A couple of things to try:
I have used a Dremel type tool to cut a slot in the remaining piece and used a screwdriver as normal.
You can obtain a type of drill bit that will drill into the screw and allow you to remove it. I believe it is an Extractor or Extracting Bit. If you tell the clerk at the hardware store what the problem is, they'll know what you mean.
Another alternative is to use a normal drill bit and drill out the center of the screw. This is messy and time consuming and risks damage to the threads of the faucet. Normally these screws are brass, so they are soft enough to drill out. But then you have to pull out all the little thread bits from the edges.
Ans 2 - the best way to do it is an extracting bit as said above, but you first need to drill a small hole in the brass screw. Use a 3/32 bit and then insert the smallest extracting bit which is about the same size. Iuse a 'Tee' handle from a tap and die set on the extractor bit.
All you hace to do is un screw the faucet take the sink part off, If that dosent work then call a plumber. Or your dad to come fix it
Get a faucet handle puller AFTER you remove the screw then follow the directions
Turn off the faucet twisting in a clockwise direction. Use a wrench to undo the set screw on the pop-up drain bracket located at the base of the faucet. Remove the pop-up drain lever from the faucet and keep aside. Unscrew the remaining nuts underneath the faucet with the wrench. Remove completely from the top of the sink.
most delta lav faucets have a snap on cap (might need a knife to take off) on top of the handle and then just unscrew the Philips screw or else there can be a Allen screw on the side of them.
Under the index button there shold be a screw , loosen the screw and take off the handle
When you shut the faucet off, the screw pushes a rubber washer against the opening inside the faucet and stops the water. The screw moves in and out in the handle to do this.
Every top, on every faucet or mixer is held in place with either a flat or star screw or allan grub screw. Located normally at the bottom underneath the top. Unscrew this to take the top off
They generally screw on. Make sure the water supply is turned off. The spout should unscrew by turning counter-clockwise. Look for screws on the plate of the faucet, or remove the center cap on the faucet (pops out) and remove the screws.
Possibly the washer is broken. Turn off supply underneath, remove the handle and then the screw stem. Take these parts to Home depot and get a new washer or repair kit.
You have to have a faucet that has threads like you find on the outdoor faucet. Some have them and some don't. If you're trying to attach a hose meant for indoor faucets, you'll have to remove the aerator (the small nozzle on the end of the faucet) so you can screw the hose onto the faucet.
Best left to a gunsmith.
You remove the handle then unscrew main interior body of the faucet. You will now see a small screw on the inner end of the stem holding the washer. Remove this screw and refit the same size washer (there are dozens of sizes, you may have to get an assorted bag of washer from the store, -only about $3-4)
You can try an EZ-Out tool to retract the broken screw or you can take it to a machine shop to have it done. The machine shop will most likely weld a nut to the exposed end of the screw and then just retract it.
Harbor Freight sells a drill bit set called "Left Handed" drill bit set They drill with the drill going in reverse so as soon as the bit grabs...ZIP! out comes the broken screw! MZ-HANDYMAN GOOGLE MY VIDEOS!
Absolutely you can use a screw extractor to help you remove a screw that has broken off below the surface and you have no alternative to remove them. Here is a website that walks you through the process. http://www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Screw-Extractor
A loose bolt or screw is the most common cause for a leaky faucet
It is really not that hard, get a 5 inch long corse screw put a thick washer on it, then screw it inside the the broken shaft ..then yank out with a claw hammer
I need to perform a faucet repair. How do I stop a leak that is caused by the screw not being tight enough on the valve?
The faucet opening screw thread is stripped, the faucet washer has collapsed, the pipe is furred up, the boiler has a problem
This depends, as some faucet handles have a screw inside which is taken out using a flat or star headed screwdriver, while other types have a grub screw which is taken out using an Allan key.
To raise the height of an outdoor water faucet, the best thing to do would be to get an extension for the existing pipe that will bring the faucet to the height desired. Remember to turn off the source of the outdoor faucet before starting this project. Remove the faucet valve, screw in the new pipe, replace the faucet valve. Sealing the ends of the new pipe with plumber's tape is also a good idea.
It connects to the faucet under the sink. Depending on the manufacturer, it may screw on, have a hairpin clip holding in it or push into the faucet. You remove the last type by pushing the hose in just slightly and holding it there then push in the ring around the base of the hose into the faucet and pulling the hose out. To replace this type, just push it into the faucet till it bottoms out.
To repair a loose faucet knob, find the set screw that holds the handle. Using an Allen wrench, turn the set screw to the right until tight.