sink & faucet. Friday , December 30th , 2016 - 12:23:10 PM
First part of the plumbing project is removing the old sink. If you don't want your kitchen to be transformed into a swimming pool, I recommend that you close all the water inlet valves of the sink, before going ahead. Also, disconnect the other connections like supply tube, disposal, and trap. Be careful and keep a tub underneath, while removing the pipes, as they may still contain residual water inside.
Wow! One fine day you get up, go to the kitchen in the morning and you get a wet feeling near the sink. You look down and there is a mini lake ( okay sorry for the exaggeration!), no mini puddle at your feet. You investigate and the last thing you want to know is that your kitchen sink is leaking. No way! Perhaps it is because of the wear and tear of the drainage system. What have we got then ? You have 2 options - either fix it yourself or call a person who is an expert in plumbing work. Personally, I would say that try to do it yourself, it will be fun and you would also prevent your pockets from getting lighter. So what do you say? Do we fix this kitchen sink leak, because it is a major part of kitchen cleaning!
Step #2: With a wrench, open the faucet and let the extra water pour out of the pipes. Wipe the excess water off an old cloth. Find the screw(s) that keep the faucet in place and see if you will require a flat-head screwdriver or some other screwdriver to open it.
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