Too bad a house doesn’t come with an owner’s manual. And a week-long seminar where you learn what every button, switch, and wire is for. Alas, the keys to the castle come with no troubleshooting guide to dog-ear-and, we’re betting, no wise master to unlock the mysteries of the place you call home. Then again, that’s what we’re here for: to provide fast fix-it advice when it’s time for you to do your homeowning duty. Because at some point, you’re going to have to know how to change out a light fixture without zapping yourself to kingdom come. Or paint a double-hung without gumming up the works. Or stem the flood when the toilet overflows. And you’re going to want to do things right. The first time.

So consider these 47 tips a crash course in homeowner self-confidence. And study them well. ‘Cause owning a house means you’re going to have questions. Lucky for us, the folks over at This Old House magazine have got some answers. – Full Story

How-To Video: Repairing a Kitchen Sink Sprayer

            Repair Kitchen Sink Sprayer 

This Old House plumbing and heating contractor Richard Trethewey fixes a faulty sink sprayer. Watch The Video