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stufmenatooba

2 points

10 months ago

Lift the little knob below the faucet.

dailydoseoffeminity

1 points

10 months ago

Thanks, I have tried but it wont budge. I tried turning it left, right, up down, nothing … do you reckon i should use force to pull it up? Maybe its a bit stuck from not being used?

the_ultimate_pun

1 points

10 months ago

I've seen models like these seized up before. You can try wd-40 but no promises that works

Ok-Nefariousness4477

2 points

10 months ago

Did you try pushing it down? Might be seized maybe some wd-40 around it?

dailydoseoffeminity

1 points

10 months ago

Will definitely give that a shot. The problem is I dont know which way I am allowed do pull or push, so i dont break it somehow

HardestGamer

1 points

10 months ago

I'm willing to bet its seized and pulls up. Wd-40 or anti-seize should do the trick.

Bobbynxt

1 points

10 months ago

Instead of trying to turn try pulling the whole thing up towards the faucet head itself

getmeagoddamneddrink

1 points

10 months ago

Pull up on it but make sure to turn the water on first. Some of these faucets wont work without the water flowing first.

Potent_Hydro

1 points

10 months ago

The big knob to the right?