sink & faucet. Wednesday , February 08th , 2017 - 20:23:11 PM
Now, remove the valve stem by using the slip joint pliers. For this, turn the valve stem the same way you turn the faucet nob to get water. At the bottom of the valve stem, you will find the rubber washer.
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.
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.
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