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Removing an old kitchen faucet is simply a matter of disconnecting the
faucet’s hot and cold water supply lines and unscrewing the nuts that hold the
faucet in place. Follow these easy steps and you should have no problem
removing an old faucet.
|Before You Begin|
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Turn Off Water
Turn off the water at the shut off valves under the sink or at the main water supply. To learn more about shutting off the water, watch our How to Shut Off a Valve video.
Disconnect the Supply Lines
Use an adjustable wrench to disconnect the hot and cold water supply lines.
Remove Mounting Nuts
Spray penetrating oil on the mounting nuts, wait 15 minutes and loosen the nuts counter-clockwise with a basin wrench.
|1.||Lift the faucet straight up. If it sticks, use the edge of a plastic putty knife to gently work it loose, being careful not to scratch the sink.|
|2.||Use the putty knife to remove any old plumber’s putty or caulk from the sink surface.|
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