sink & faucet. Friday , April 28th , 2017 - 08:23:12 AM
If your faucet is of this type, you will find the set screw after pushing back the handle. Unscrew it to remove the handle. Now, carefully take the escutcheon cap off, mounting screws to pull the cylinder out. The neoprene seal can be taken off with a blunt screwdriver. Wipe off all the cylinder openings with white vinegar and if you notice any damaged seals, replace them. To change the entire cylinder, simply place the new one in its place. After replacement, reassemble the entire faucet.
An integral sink is integrated into the counter forming one continuous surface. Highly fashionable and relatively low on maintenance, these sinks are perfect for a complete kitchen makeover. The only downside is that you have to replace the entire counter if you ever decide to change the sink. These sleek sinks blend right into the layout of the kitchen, thus, allowing you to draw attention to other elements in your kitchen.
Re-assemble the whole structure, turn on the main water supply and see whether there is any leakage. If leakage is not found, then you have successfully performed the repairing job.
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