Faucet and fixture


To start with the removal of old faucet, turn the water supply off to the faucet. Usually this can be done by turning the valves off under the sink. Confirm the water to the faucet is off by turning the faucet on and confirming no water flows from it. Next disconnect the flexible supply lines from the valves attached to the hot and cold supply pipes. After disconnecting the lithe supply lines, remove the old faucet mounting nuts that secure the faucet to the sink. Next, remove the mounting nut that holds the Stopper Pull Rod and Stopper Drain bracket assembly to the drain tail pipe.

The faucet should now be able to be lifted from the sink. With the old faucet removed, clean around the sink area using a rag and putty knife. Next visit your local home development store and find a replacement faucet with the same spacing between the hot and cold threaded tail pieces of your old faucet.

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