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Leaky Danze Kitchen Faucet -- Help!

Posted by devilsdue (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 27, 11 at 2:33

Hi everyone,

I have a Danze Parma D405558 faucet in the kitchen (found the manufacturer's diagram here: It has a spout that swivels horizontally (left/right) and it's leaking right at the lines where the swivel/spout assembly joins the body of the faucet (basically part 7 on that diagram.) The faucet is only a year old, so I really don't want to have to replace it.

Is this something I can repair myself? What parts should be replaced? Or should I just give up and get a new faucet that doesn't break after only 1 year?

I'd really appreciate any help!

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RE: Leaky Danze Kitchen Faucet -- Help!

The o-rings that are identified as item #8 on the drawing are the most likely culprits. If you remove the spout, there will be one upper and one lower one the barrel section. You can probably find suitable generic replacements at the hardware store. Clean all internal surfaces and apply plumber's silicon grease to the o-rings when reassembling.

RE: Leaky Danze Kitchen Faucet -- Help!

Is replacing O-rings something a non-handy person like myself can do?

RE: Leaky Danze Kitchen Faucet -- Help!

There are a number of things you can do. This article explains some help for other people who may be having problems

Here is a link that might be useful: How to Fix a Leaky Danze Faucet

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