Installing a kitchen faucet that can be removed is an easy project. However, you may want to get help from additional people for the following steps. The materials needed for this project consist of a faucet, screwdriver, adjustable wrench, sink wrench, installation tape, tape meter, and gasket.
First, turn off the hot and cold water valves under the sink. Turn on the tap to see if the water is still running at this time. If water comes out, turn off the main water valve. You can purchase pull-out faucets for kitchen via KralSu Sink and Faucet Supplies.
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Place a small bucket under the valve. Then loosen the nut that connects the water pipe to the valve. Use customizable buttons for this task.
Then you need to loosen the nut that holds the tap to the sink with a wrench. This will allow you to remove the faucet. Then unplug the power cord. Install your new faucet if it isn't currently installed. Route all the pipes through the center hole at the edge of the sink.
At the bottom under the sink, slide the triangular plastic washer, then the fiber washer, the metal washer and finally the round nut over the hose to hold the faucet to the sink.
Connect the water pipe to the valve. Make sure the hot water supply line is connected to the hot water valve and the cold water supply line is connected to the cold water valve. Now turn the free end of the spray hose up and connect it to the third line coming from the tap.