Re: Bathroom Sink leaky Faucets
If you turn off the angle stops under the sink and it's still running, then the angle stops are faulty. Other than a couple drips to relieve the pressure in the valve and short supply lines from the angle stops, you should not have any running water. Turn the water off at the main, where it comes into the house and open the faucet in question, then open a hosebib outside to drain the house lines down a little bit. Replace the angle stops while your repairing or replacing the faucet. The best style to replace with are ball valves because they do not have a seat that retains a "memory" that are prone to leakage like your current angle stops.
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