frost-free sillcock leaking - repair vs. replace
What's the better solution from the handyman point of view for dealing with a leaky Quarter Master frost-free sillcock...the one with the plastic handle. It's leaking out of the top cap. Ceiling inside is finished (no access....as of yet), pex supplies everywhere so I shut off the local supply at the manifold.
Would you replace the entire sillock (cutting the ceiling inside to hold it), or pull out the cartridge and try to match it? Length of the sillcock is not yet determined.