In general, plastic faucets leak water because of problems with the axial gaskets, fixing screws, triangular seals, water stop disks, rubber pads or cap nuts in the faucet. In the long-term use process,
The leakage of plastic faucets may also vary due to wear and tear, improper operation of the faucet, and thermal expansion and contraction in harsh environments. The wear of the axial gasket in the faucet after long-term use will cause water leakage at the water outlet;
In the gland, the triangular seal will also be worn. This kind of wear will cause the plug of the faucet to leak water; if the water leak occurs at the joint of the joint, the cap nut is loose.