Do It Yourself Yourself – Replace your Faucet
When it comes to Installing and Replacing a faucet fixture in your home, make sure you have the right tools on hand and follow these helpful tips.
First Step : Inspect the sink openings.
Probe the sink openings and their distance together. Bathroom faucets, many times, have two handles that can be connected to the spout for a single unit. This is information will be helpful for proper faucet installation/replacement.
Second Step: Turn off the water supply
There are two valves for water supply, one for cold water and another for hot. Turn them both off by turning the valves clockwise. This will turn-off water from running in the tubes.
Third Step: Position your Faucet Replacement
Positioning the gasket and the faucet on the sink.
Now from under the sink, thread mounting nuts into the shanks. Making sure that the flat, wide side part of the mounting nut is up.
Screw and tighten the mounting nuts but not too tight to damage it or difficult for future replacement
Fourth Step: Re-Connect the Water Supply Tubes.
To connect properly, make sure you take note of the following steps..
Wrap threads of the water supply valve with plumbing tape.
Thread the nut onto the shut-off valve and secure with a proper sized wrench.
Use plumbers tape on faucet shank threads, thread the water supply nut against the faucet shanks.
Secure the nut with a proper wrench.
Fifth Step: Flush Out Faucet
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