|Posted by Terry Love on April 11, 19100 at 11:18:48:|
|In response to Re: How do I remove my kitchen faucet for replacement?|
: Drilling the nuts off is the only option I would suggest to a homeowner. Any other method has the epossiblity of damaging the sink. hj
Drilling sounds like a good idea. I have also split the nut at the thinner part with a chisel. That works with brass, the drill I would guess would work well with either steel or brass. Terry
: : I purchased a new faucet to replace my current one in the kitchen. It seemed a simple job as described in the directions contained in the new package. The problem is removing the old faucet. I've tried greasing the nuts holding the old faucet on. I am using a basin wrench to no avail. They are really stuck on there. Any tricks to remove them?
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