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How to repair a Delta Single handle bath faucet page 2 of 3

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Some after market handles have this little adaptor that fits in the handle be sure to remove and save this adaptor, you will need to put it on the new Delta ball handle.
This is what it looks like with the Delta ball handle removed.

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Now you need to remove the nut, In this image I am using a pair of channel locks to remove the Delta nut, You may want to use a rag or some other thing between the channel locks and the Delta nut, to avoid scratching the nut.
You will only need to use the channel locks to start the nut, the rest can be unscrewed by hand
This is what it looks like with the nut removed. remember you can click on any image to see a larger version of the image.
Now you should be able to just grab and pull the Delta ball assembly out of the faucet, you may need to pry it out, if so be careful not to damage the brass on the Delta faucet.
This is what the Delta ball assembly looks like, when removed from the Delta bathroom sink faucet.
This is what the Delta single handle bathroom sink faucet looks like with the ball assemble removed.
Now you need to remove the Delta single handle bathroom sink faucet, seats and springs, there is one seat and spring on either side.
This is the seat and spring removed. Remember you can click on any image to see a larger image.
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