sink & faucet. Saturday , December 24th , 2016 - 10:23:10 AM
After the handle is removed, the valve stem should be unscrewed from the faucet. A wrench can be used for this purpose, and the nut--which is hexagonal in shape, should be removed by turning the wrench in the counterclockwise direction.
If you have water that is hard or has a lot of precipitation, clogging would be common. Your concern then would be to repair the faucet in order to unclog it. Doing so involves simple rinsing. However, you need to know how to remove them first. The job is not as complicated as fixing dripping faucets.
Keep the clips as they may be useful, if the new replacement is of the same size as the old one. In case they are damaged, you need to buy new ones. Usually, they are packaged together with the sink. Apply caulk on the underside of the sink and on the borders of the countertop cavity. Next, you have to install the sink in place, with the help of the clips. Align them in place and match them with their mates on the underside. Lower the sink in place of the countertop, before fixing in the nuts. That should get it positioned well. Be careful and watch your fingers, while lowering it in the countertop.
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