Faucet handle goes beyond normal stopping point

My washerless bathroom sink faucet cold side turns beyond the normal stopping point. This doesn't make much difference in warm temperatures, but in the cold it drips.
What causes the handle to turn too far? Can this and the drip be fixed with a new cartridge?
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 15:00:59 -0500, "New & Improved - N/F John"

Cool.......
What you have there is a dual purpose faucet. If you keep turning it around and around, after about 6 thru 10 turns, you will get a shower and wont even have to get into your shower stall or bathtub. These are most handy if you only have one shower and have a wife that's in the shower everytime you want to use it.
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Tommy,
Your answer doesn't seem to fit my concern. Your answer probably should be on the Comedy newsgroup.
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On Fri, 31 Dec 2004 15:00:59 -0500, "New & Improved - N/F John"

Take it apart and look.
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