Have you turned on the shutoff valve below the sink .
what valve in what faucet exactly.
Seperate valve for outside faucet turned off, broken valve stem inside of outside faucet or handle stripped at faucet.
intake valve is bigger.
Probably the simplest example in the bathroom would be the gear attached to the faucet handle. It consists of a worm gear which opens and closes a valve, restricting or blocking water flow from the spigot.
Bathroom faucets are installed by pushing the faucet into the hole left by the old faucet. Before doing this, you'll probably want to apply plumber's tape or joint compound on the threads of the faucet stems and also apply caulk. Then you connect your water supply lines to the faucet stems and apply more plumber's tape to the shutoff valve threads. The last step is to tighten the coupling nuts to the faucet supply stems, taking care not to overtighten.
mixing valve in a faucet: ok I will assume you are refering to a shower valve, that is the only faucet w/a mixing valve: shut off the hot and cold water. cut out valve or unsweat it. clean and flux new valve, pipe and fittings(if used) sweat in new valve
The break and repair events probably released debris into the pipe. These eventually get caught in the faucet valve and it may have to be disassembled to remove them. check the areator
If there are supply valves feeding the supply lines connecting your faucet, they may be closed, or simply your faucet components/inserts and or supply lines may be restricted.ANS 2 - most common cause for this is a plugged aerator or stop valve.
An intake valve is larger.
it is a tool that resurfacese the seat on a water faucet valve
I just installed an American Standard kitchen faucet and it continues to run for a second or two after turning the handle. I called AS and they said it is because of the high arch and the location of the stop valve lower in the fixture. I think it may have more to do with this being a lower end kitchen faucet. During a bathroom remodel we installed a high arch Pegasus bathroom faucet and, while it is admittedly not at high as the kitchen faucet, it stop immediately and doesn't continue to run/drop at all. When I removed the Pegasus faucet filter at the spout, it behaves just like the kitchen faucet, so there's some sort of stop valve element at the spout of the Pegasus that isn't part of the AS faucet.
The bigger valve is the intake.
Turn the water off to the faucet. Remove the handle. The top of the faucet should unscrew to get to the ball valve. Replace the valve and gaskets then reassemble the faucet.
the triscuspid valve is the valve in a bathroom sink.
The intake valve is always the larger of the two.
You turn off the supply valve and then take apart the outside faucet and change the seal
The intake valve is bigger.
The exhaust valve gets hotter than the intake valve.
the intake valve head is larger than the exhaust valve head
The intake valve is bigger.
The intake valve is always larger than the exhaust valve. It's just physics.
Checks the flow of the water
Shut the valve below it