The broken faucet

As I was on a mission to get our bathroom faucet repaired, I wrote about how broken items are often easier replaced than fixed—sometimes even cheaper.

My thinking applied here, and I ended up replacing the broken faucet.

I removed and reinstalled the faucet multiple times, so I knew how to install it.

I drove to Obramat1, paid fifty euros for a new faucet of the same model, and installed it myself.

The leak is gone.

  1. Málaga's Obramat was formerly known as Bricomart. 

March 7, 2023
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