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July 8, 2021

Removing Kitchen Faucet

bewara.co | July 8, 2021

Removing a kitchen faucet requires two must-have tools: a basin wrench and an adjustable wrench. Use the adjustable wrench to give you the leverage you need. Unscrew the nuts and disconnect the water supply lines. The basin wrench is designed to work in tight spaces. Follow along with our friends Mike and Hannah in this easy step-by step guide on how to remove almost any deck-mounted kitchen faucet. You'll need:- 2 wrenc...

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Removing a kitchen faucet requires two must-have tools: a basin wrench and an adjustable wrench. Use the adjustable wrench to give you the leverage you need. Unscrew the nuts and disconnect the water supply lines. The basin wrench is designed to work in tight spaces. Follow along with our friends Mike and Hannah in this easy step-by step guide on how to remove almost any deck-mounted kitchen faucet. You'll need:- 2 wrenc... A special tool called a basin wrench can make removing the mounting nuts easier. Remove the nuts by turning them counterclockwise. If you find these hard to turn then use some penetrating oil on them and let it sit for a bit before trying again. With the nuts removed, you can wiggle the faucet from above the sink and take it out.

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Shut off the water. Remove the old faucet supply lines (Image 1), which will expose the holes in the sink. Use a pair of snips or scissors to cut the old plastic sprayer line from the faucet. Use a basin wrench to loosen up both the hot and cold water supply lines (Image 2). When you are about to remove your kitchen-faucet make sure you have the following tools before you commence. Safety goggles, adjustable wrench, pliers, screwdriver, bowl, towel, and flashlight. Also, make sure you have enough time to perform the task that's approximately one and a half hours up to two hours. If you need to remove drain lines to access the faucet, get a pipe wrench or slip-joint pliers (Photo 1). For cutting copper tubes, buy a conventional tubing cutter. But if your copper supply lines are within a few inches of the back of the cabinet, buy a special mini tube cutter (Photo 3). Before removing the old faucet. shut off the hot/cold water. wear your eye protective glasses. empty the water out of the old. loosen the nuts that hold the hot/cold water lines. remove the old water lines and disconnect sprayer (attached with a quick connect) Once these steps are done you are ready to move on to removing the bracket.

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Removing the old faucet is often trickier than it sounds. Once the water is off, removing the old faucet is a matter of loosening the nuts that hold it in place (from beneath the sink) and then... A single-handle ball-type faucet If the Allen screw is stuck, or if you strip it so it won't come out, remove the cap with the handle still in place. You can't grab the flattened edges with the handle in place. Instead, for this kitchen faucet repair, cushion the jaws of pliers and grip the round edge below. Remove the faucet Finally, you can take out the faucet from its position above the kitchen sink by wiggling it out. If the seal on the sink has hardened (which happens sometimes) then you might have to apply a bit of force. Before installing a new Faucet, ensure that you clean up the old faucet's position on the sink. Removing a Standard Top-Mount Faucet The vast majority of faucets use a top-mount design in which the bulk of the brass faucet body sits above the sink, covered by a chromed outer casing. Place a bucket under the supply tube connections to catch any water that may spill as you loosen the connections.

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