sink & faucet. Wednesday , November 09th , 2016 - 12:23:11 PM
Release the sink from the clamps. For the faucets, you can decide on how you want it to be placed, leaving the sink overnight to set.
After the nuts are removed, it will be easy to pull out the faucet stems from the wall. Do this gently, using the appropriate screwdrivers. You don't want to enlarge the hole in the wall. Otherwise, your new faucet might not fit in. If the stem has a retainer clip, then use needle-nose pliers to remove it.
Take out the handle's center cover, also known as its screw cover. This cover is more like a decorative part which hides the handles retaining the screw beneath. Use a flathead screwdriver, and pry the cover gently so that it pops out.
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