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    If your faucet is leaking, it can be a big annoyance and a waste of water. Luckily, it’s usually an easy fix.

    Here are some tips on how to fix a leaky faucet:

    1. Check the washer. The most common cause of a leaky faucet is a worn-out washer. To fix this, remove the faucet handle and replace the washer.

    2. Tighten the screws. Another common cause of a leaky faucet is loose screws. Tighten the screws on the faucet head to fix the problem.

    3. Check for leaks. Before you reattach the faucet handle, check for leaks. If there are any leaks, reattach the handle and tighten the screws.

    4. Apply plumber’s putty. If the washer doesn’t fix the leak, you may need to apply plumber’s putty around the base of the faucet.

    5. Replace the O-ring. If you still have a leak, it may be due to a worn-out O-ring. To fix this, remove the faucet handle and replace the O-ring.

    6. Call a plumber. If you’ve tried all of these tips and you’re still having problems, it’s time to call a plumber.

    Hopefully, one of these tips will help you fix your leaky faucet. If not, be sure to call a plumber for assistance.