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How To... Replace Seized/Dripping Tap Glands


This tutorial/how to is for instructional purposes only.

Plumbingwerx accepts no responsibility, or liability for any injury/damage caused to persons/property due to the use, or misuse, of information on this website.

If for any reason don’t feel confident in what you’re doing, please call someone who can do this for you. Whilst the danger from domestic plumbing work is relatively low, it can on occasion lead to long-lasting, and expensive, property damage, and/or personal injury.

Always perform an appropriate risk assessment, and stay safe.

Please click on the below icon to take you to Plumbingwerx’s tutorial video, with details on how to replace seized/dripping tap glands.

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please feel free to leave them on the video. Alternatively, please get in touch using one of the contact forms on the site, or by e-mailing info@plumbingwerx.com.

- Ivo @ Plumbingwerx