How to Remove 2-Handle Glacier Bay Bath Faucet Lever
There two ways to remove the lever handles from a two-handle
Glacier Bay bath faucet. The Glacier Bay Tea Pot faucet with lever handle uses a conventional handle screw.
New Glacier Bay bath faucets use a setscrew to hold them in place.
Glacier Bay Bathroom Faucets with Lever Handle
1.Find the setscrew hole under the lever of the handle. In some
cases, there may be a small cap or plug covering the setscrew porthole. The Glacier Bay setscrew cover cap
may be red, blue or the same color as the Glacier Bay faucet handle.
2.Remove the small cover plug with your fingers or a small
knife.Caution—use knives carefully, you could injure
yourself and/or scratch and permanently damage the faucet handles finish.
3.Insert a 3/32nd inch or 2.5mm Allen or hex wrench into
the hole. The setscrew is located approximately half way into the center of the Glacier Bay faucet’s lever
4.Turn the setscrew to the left, or counter clockwise to
loosen it. You do not need to remove the setscrew to remove the faucet handle. Unscrew it just enough to lift
the lever handle off the faucet. If the setscrew is corroded and difficult to turn, soak a washcloth in
vinegar and wrap it around the handle. Let it soak 20 to 30 minutes, and then try removing the setscrew
again. If you can find a way to squirt the vinegar directly onto the setscrew, it will speed up the
Glacier Bay Bathroom Faucets with Acrylic Knob Handle Screws
5.Remove the index screw cover by popping it out from the top of
the faucet handle with your fingers. If it is hard to remove, pry up on the button gently with a credit card
or other dull plastic instrument. The index button will be marked with a “C” or an “H” signifying the left or
right faucet handle.
6.Unscrew the Glacier Bay lever handles retaining screw with a #2
Phillips screwdriver. Turn the screw to the left to remove.