Note: If the bonnet nut was difficult to remove, put some silicone grease on the nut threads so it will come off easier next time. //-->. Wrap a rag around the collar, grip it with adjustable pliers and turn it counterclockwise to remove it. Screw on the collar and tighten it as much as you can by hand. Loosen the bonnet by turning it to the left. google_ad_slot = "6631646802"; Screw on the adjustment ring and tighten it by gripping the notches with needle-nose pliers. 6. google_ad_height = 400; Replace the handle and snap the cap back into place, then turn on the water and check for leaks. In either case, venturing down through the handles is your path to reach the seats and springs. I found that really helped as well.