- 1). Turn off the water supply to the bathtub at the water supply valve for the bathroom.
- 2). Locate the set screw on the underside of the waterspout.
- 3). Remove the setscrew from the water spout using the screwdriver.
- 4). Slide the old waterspout off the copper pipe protruding from the wall.
- 5). Slide the replacement waterspout onto the pipe and secure with the set screw using the screwdriver.
- 1). Turn off the water to the bathroom.
- 2). Grip the waterspout and turn the entire spout counterclockwise to remove it from the threaded pipe on which it sits.
- 3). Remove the old nipple (the pipe protruding from the wall) if it is not a copper pipe and is rotted out before installing the new spout. Insert an internal wrench into the pipe and turn the internal wrench with a plumber's wrench. Insert the new pipe and tighten down.
- 4). Wrap the threads of copper pipe protruding from the wall with one layer of plumber's tape. This protects the threads. Screw on the new waterspout.