When it comes to cooking, it can all seem like a blur. You have cooked the recipe a dozen times and know it by heart. You are in the zone and nothing will stop you from making the most delicious meal possible. However, a faulty faucet handle could certainly slow you down. It may simply not turn on. This can be incredibly frustrating.
You could call a commercial plumbing company who will fix it for you. However, you also could attempt to fix it yourself. It is surprisingly easy. In this video, you will learn how to fix a stuck faucet handle.
As with any plumbing project, you should make sure to turn off the water before proceeding. Once the water is off, you can start by removing the stuck handle. It may require a tool such as a wrench to get enough leverage to remove the handle. Once the handle has been removed, you should be able to see inside. Look for any food or other debris that has gotten stuck. This is the most likely cause of the issue. Simply remove the clog and put the handle back on. It is as easy as that.