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Repairing a Kitchen Faucet

Leaky faucets are annoying, and replacing them is an unwanted expense. Save money by repairing the faucet yourself.

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Top 80 Leaks Projects

  1. 1. Weatherproofing Doors (04:50)

    Be a home detective by locating and repairing costly leaks around doors.

  2. 2. Sealing Hidden Energy Leaks (03:08)

    Surprising places in your house where you may be losing precious heat.

  3. 3. Waterproofing Basements

    DIY Network experts offer tips on how to solve your basement water problem before it causes serious damage to your home.

  4. 4. Sink Base (00:54)

    In case of a sink leak, Merillat's CoreGuard keeps your stuff high and dry.

  5. 5. Water Main Break (01:58)

    When a broken water main threatens wreak havoc, John Palanca saves the day.

  6. 6. Gutter Leaks (04:28)

    Advice on how to repair gutter leaks from the experts at Ask DIY.

  7. 7. Silencing a Noisy Radiator (00:01:10)

    How to silence a noisy radiator -- this advice is on the level.

  8. 8. Tips on Solving Common Toilet Problems

    DIY Network plumber Ed Del Grande explains how even the average homeowner can easily fix common toilet problems.

  9. 9. How to Fix a Water Heater Gas Leak

    Flexible brass gas lines on water heaters have a high failure rate and immediate correction is a crucial safety measure. Here are a few...

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  10. 10. Dishwasher Maintenance Tips

    DIY Network experts offer tips on how to keep a dishwasher in tiptop shape.

  11. 11. Energy Audit (02:54)

    Energy auditor Doug Parker shows how to make a home more energy efficient

  12. 12. Winter Spigot Maintenance (00:01:59)

    How to deal with exterior water hose spigot connections during the winter.

  13. 13. Leaky Faucet Overview (00:01:22)

    Here are 10 basic things you should know about leaky faucets.

  14. 14. A Dripping Disposal (05:05)

    Fix that leaky garbage disposal today.

  15. 15. How to Rebuild a Leaking Sillcock

    Learn how to rebuild a leaking sillcock in a home with these basic step-by-step instructions.

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    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
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