How to Repair a Two-Handle
Glacier Bay Kitchen Faucet Spout
1. Put a dish towel behind the faucet to catch what little water
left in the kitchen faucet spout.
2. Remove the cap nut-RP80173 from the top of the spout by turning
it to the left.
3. Lift out the cap washer-RP64017.
4. Swing the spout back and forth slowly while lifting it at the
same time. You need one hand on the spout, and one hand on the spout base.
5. Remove the two, black rubber O-rings-RP60006 located on the
faucet body. Use a small screwdriver or paring knife (carefully) to unseat them from their groove in the
body, and then role the O-rings up and off the faucet.
6. Lift the flat plastic spout washer from off the bottom of the
faucet body. This washer allows the spout to turn side to side easily.
7. Apply a thin layer of silicon grease to the spout washer before
8. Slide the spout washer down over the Glacier Bay faucet
9. Apply a liberal coating of silicon grease to the new faucet
10. Role the two new O-rings down over the faucet body until there
are set securely in their grooves. Make sure they are not twisted. You can use the screwdriver carefully to
assist in the O-ring placement.
11. Grease the inside of the kitchen faucet spot with silicon grease
12. Slide the spout back on the faucet body by pushing down and
twisting it side to side until reaches the spout washer.
13. Apply a
light coating o silicone grease to the faucet body threads and the inside threads of the spout
14. Replace the spout cap washer-RP64017.
15. Screw the spout cap on by hand. Turn the cap clockwise to
16. Turn the hot and cold faucets on and visually inspect the spout
for leaks. At some point, the spout may wear beyond repair; at that point, you need to replace the spout
itself. You will only be able to get a new Glacier Bay faucet spout from the manufacturer.
Congratulation, you are finished repairing your Glacier Bay 2
handle kitchen sink faucet. Now go get yourself some ice cream.