What if the faucet breaks in half in the pipe?
Many people use old-fashioned zinc alloy faucets in their homes, and when replacing them, they can easily cause the inner wire to break out of the pipe if they are not careful, causing them a lot of trouble. It is especially difficult to operate when you encounter a flush broken pipe into the wall. If you seek the help of a renovator, there are usually several solutions. The third of them is the most preferred. It can be done in a few seconds. It is simple and practical.
1. If the water pipe is broken in the wall, the most common method for the decorator is to get a small saw blade, close the wire buckle in the water pipe into a few pieces, and then use a screwdriver and hammer to chisel in from the outside and gently smash the Drop out. Note that the faucet connections are usually copper and harder. Do not cut too deep when sawing the gap, so as not to injure the threaded teeth of the inner wall of the tee.
2. If there is a tee in the broken part of the faucet, you can use a hot-melt to melt the old tee pipe and replace it with a new one. You can buy a faucet and install it. With the cost of the master’s operation, the total is about 100 RMB to do it.
3. This is the easiest and most straightforward way to buy a refurbished guillotine thread pickup online or at a hardware store. Screw the thread pickup into the broken threaded clasp in the water pipe. Then use a wrench or pliers to secure the outer edge of the thread pickup, and it’s very easy to slowly screw it in clockwise and then screw it out counterclockwise.
The faucet installed in the renovation does not usually come with water control function. Every time when washing pots and dishes, due to the pressure, water will be splashed everywhere, and the closing force is small, no washing impact, very inconvenient. At this point, you can install a 360-degree rotating faucet shower water-saving device on the faucet. It can easily solve the problem of splashing water, and also ensure the effectiveness of washing things.