How to Remove a Bathroom Turn Faucet Seat
Leaks around the handles or spout of your compression sink faucet may be a result of a bad faucet seat. The stem of the faucet rotates up and down on the faucet seat. Over time, the seat can become worn, resulting in a bad seal between the seat and the washer on the end of the stem. Removing a bathroom turn faucet seat requires the use of a seat wrench. Faucet seat wrenches come with a variety of adapters to fit the hole in the center of the faucet seat. Removing the seat is the first step to repairing the faucet.