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>pic relatedIs there a way to fix this or do I need to call the professionals and get jewed?
>>1132407if the threads inside the pipe coming out of the wall is ok, u can just replace the entire knob with a new one
>>1132407just unscrew the valve and screw a new one in. use teflon tape on the threads of the new one.
>>1132411>>1132412Are right. Shut off the main and grab some channel locks or a pipe wrench and have at it.Imo the liquid teflon taoe paste is master race. Soent days of my lifw fighting the actual tape bullshit...
>>1132486>Imo the liquid teflon taoe paste is master race. Soent days of my lifw fighting the actual tape bullshit...op this is where you become a nigger, dont be a nigger, use the tapes
>>1132407The head? You mean the handwheel or handle?Yes it can be removed, but its probably rusted to shit on there.Also where was it leaking? from the bonnet or from the stem area. If it was leaking from the stem it probably just needs to be repacked.
>>1132493It was leaking from the bonnet. The entire thing is over 45 years old and I had to replace it completelythanks for help anons
>>1132489Moron.Use some Teflon tape and put some pipe thread compound over the tape. Double safe. Not even memeing.