Glacier Bay Four Inch 2-Handle Laundry Faucet Chrome
Models 67236-0001, 422-0401
How to Repair Glacier Bay Four Inch 2-Handle Laundry Faucets in Chrome
Models 67236-0001, 422-0401 and 780-445
to Remove the Acrylic Knobs from Your Glacier Bay Laundry Faucet
Turn the water off to the laundry faucet before you begin any work.
Open the both faucet handles to drain the leftover water pressure.
Close the sink drain with a stopper or towel.
Pop-out the hot screw cap-RP10028 with your fingers or a small flat blade tool. The screw caps are located on top
of each acrylic handle.
Pop the other cold screw cap-RP10029 out of the right handle.
Unscrew both handle setscrews-RP50013 with a Phillips screwdriver. Turn them counterclockwise to remove
Lift the handles off the faucet stems.
to Remove the Metal Handles from Your Glacier Bay Laundry Faucet
Remove the small index button from the top each metal handle with a small screwdriver.
Turn the screws to the left to remove them with a #2 Philips screwdriver.
Pull the handles off each faucet stem.
to Replace the Faucet Cartridges and Seats/Springs in Your Glacier Bay Laundry Faucet
Loosen the bonnet retaining nuts-RP70193, holding each faucet cartridge in place, with a Crescent wrench. Turn each
Place a towel behind the Glacier Bay faucet to absorb a little water that may overflow from the
Remove the bonnet nuts by hand.
Lift off the Glacier Bay friction washers-RP64124 off each cartridge.
Pull the both hot and cold cartridge stems-RP22012 from out of the faucet with a pair of
Hook the small rubber seats and the metal springs with your screwdriver, and then remove them from each faucet
Wipe the inside of each barrel with a clean dry cloth.
Install a new set of Glacier Bay seats and springs-RP22008, one set in each small opening in the bottom of each
barrel. Place the large end of the spring in first, and then set the large open end of the rubber washer on top of
the spring. Work the rubber into the port with your finger. Do not use the screwdriver; you may damage the
Line up the wings of each laundry faucet cartridge with the notches cut out of the top of each faucet barrel.
Push the washer-less cartridges in place by hand.
Set a friction ring-RP64124 on each cartridge.
Screw the bonnet nuts by hand, and then tighten firmly with your Crescent wrench.
Install the acrylic knob handles on each cartridge stem.
Screw the handles screws into the new Glacier Bay faucet cartridges.
Snap the index buttons or screw caps-RP10029 and RP10028 back into the top of the handles.
Turn the water back on and test the faucet for leaks by visually inspecting all the connections you have just
to Repair a Leaky Glacier Bay Faucet Spout
Unscrew the round locking ring that connects the faucet spout to the faucet base. Turn the round ring counter
clockwise by hand. If you have to use pliers, wrap the nut with electrical or duct tape first; this will protect
the faucets finish.
Pull the telescoping spout out of the faucet base.
Remove the two O-rings--RP60008 from the spout stem.
Install two new o-rings.
Apply a thin layer of plumber’s waterproof silicone grease to the plastic washer-RP64085, the o-rings and the
locking ring-RP70106. Also dap a little grease on the spouts mount nut threads, and the threads of the faucet
Reinstall the Glacier Bay laundry faucet spout.
Turn the water back on and check for leaks.
to Tighten a Lose Glacier Bay Faucet
Tighten the faucets mounting nuts-RP56001 with a basin wrench.
If water is leaking from the laundry faucets water connection, tighten the water supply coupling nuts-RP56002 with
the basin wrench.
While you are working on your laundry faucet, remove the aerator-RP30031 and aerator spout adaptor-RP30024. Grease
the threads of each fitting and reinstall. The plumber’s grease will help prevent corrosion and mineral