Dripping tap . . .easy to fix? (Photos included)

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Easy if you have a box spanner (19mm i think but not 100 percent sure) Turn water off, take shroud off to expose tap guts, take guts out. If its a washer either replace it or turn it around (better to replace if you have one). If its the cartridge type replace them. While you have them out check the tap seats in case there's any crud on them. TIP :- put the plug in the sink, saves losing screws/grub screws.
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Thanks gigz. Where might I get a washer and cartridge? B&Q, Screwfix, local plumber shop? Thanks.

Screwfix and B&Q will be open tomorrow but i would always say merchants. As above poster says with system as well, do you have isolating valves on the tap pipework ?
Yes, isolating valves under sink. Anything else i need to be aware of . . . . . I am going to give it a go tomoz.
Just make sure you have isolated the supply properly.
Someone may correct me but I think you have to unscrew the stalks on the taps to be able to remove the shrouds.
Post tomorrow if you have any problems.

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