No amount of sealant is going to work. If you do, it will just reroute to the drywall. You will have to get the proper repair parts and rebuild the pieces.
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I suggest removing the chrome cover on the valve and replace the cartridge assembly. Not sure what that is. if you can remove it, might be able to tell you what it is. If you don't think you can do it call someone who can. Here's what might happen. If it's a odd custom type valve, the plumber is probably not going to carry a replacement part. Hopefully he can Identify it. Call around and make sure you find someone that has a good chance of solving the problem before you hire him.
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