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How To Replace a Leaky Kitchen Faucet

How to Replace a Leaky Kitchen Faucet Everybody hates hearing the drip of a leaky faucet. But, there is need to worry because it's a simple thing to replace, just follow the steps below. Shut off your sink's cold & hot water I valves located in cabinet underneath. Open faucet to relieve pressure. 3, Disconnect both water lines from the faucet with an adjustable wrench and a pair of channel-lock pliers. Using a basin or socket wrench, remove the nut holding the faucet tailpiece assembly together. 5 Disconnect the line linking the hose to the faucet (if applicable; your sink may not have one). 6 Remove your old faucet and clean under the sink's surface. Measure the distance of the outer sink holes to ensure I your new faucet will fit. Follow any directions that come with your new faucet. Seal your new faucet. If using a gasket, place it on the lip of the plate and feed the hose through. If using plumber's putty, spread it around the base of the faucet and set faucet in place. With a basin or socket wrench thread the flange and nut beneath the sink. 10 If you have a pull-out |faucet, add a weight to curtail pull-out spray. 11 Attach supply lines to the shut-off valves and the faucet (hot water is on the left). Turn on the water to test your new faucet. If you notice any leaks, tighten connections and retest. 12 For More Information, Download Our Ebook: Benjamin Franklin THE PUNCTUAL PLUMBER. If there's any delay, it's you we pay!.

How To Replace a Leaky Kitchen Faucet

shared by benfranklinflorida on Mar 30
Are you tired of hearing a constant drip come from your kitchen sink? Perhaps it's time to change the faucet. provides you with the steps to easily replace your faucet.






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