Kitchen Faucet. Friday , April 07th , 2017 - 09:52:59 AM
Lets start with noting that most no-touch faucets require only one hole in the sink, which means that you should deal with this first. The problem comes from the fact that most sinks originally come with two or three pre-bored holes. So if you are planning to reconstruct you old sink and turn it into a modern one with touchless faucet, you will probably have to replace the sink basin before even moving to the faucet.
Put each piece on its place as directed in the manual and use wrenches and other plumbing tools to tighten connection points. Just take care not to over-tighten the points. Double check all connection points and make sure you have placed every little piece in its place. Now turn on the shut off valves and check through the lines, especially the connection points, for any leakage.
Replacing a sink faucet is amongst the most common plumbing problems people face every now and then, and some do-it-yourself tactics in this regard can save your hard-earned bucks. If you think you can't handle wrenches, and plumbing isn't your favorite type of work, then get help from professional plumbers. But if you want to try it out yourself, here is a detailed how-to on changing a sink faucet.
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