Grab the tap and tighten with a spanner. Screw everything back in place, i.e., the cover, handle and button. Turn on the water from the mains and open the tap slowly to let out the air. Turn off the tap and check for leaks.
How to repair a leaking outside tap
HOW TO CHANGE A FAULTY OUTSIDE TAP – Plumbing Tips
Leaky Outdoor Water Faucet
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you fix an outside leaky tap?
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What should I do if my outside faucet is leaking?
To replace the faucet, you have to unscrew it from the supply pipe, so make sure to turn off the water first. If you can't find a dedicated valve for the outside faucets, turn off the water for the entire house. Unscrew the faucet, using a wrench and a pipe to increase leverage, if necessary.
What to do if the O-ring is leaking?
If there is water in top of spindle and outer body is wet, O-ring is leaking. Using a spanner, loosen body and unwind it. Remove body washer that remains on tap base and pull out jumper valve, which has washer attached to its base. Wind spindle out of body as if you are turning tap off to expose O-ring, which sits in a groove.