|Posted by LonnythePlumber on April 22, 2003 at 22:11:24:|
|In response to Re: Terry, socket won't work either...|
: : : The faucet has a threaded shaft about 3 inches or so long, and coming out the bottom is the hose for the sprayer and 2 water lones which are bent outward somewhat, its a Pegasus brand any other ideas???Can I maybe take this thing apart and use a socket then stuff the guts back in?
: Several companies make this type of faucet and have an offset wrench that comes with the faucet. Perhaps you can find one of these the correct size.
I use an eight or ten inch adjustable wrench and insert my plier handle in the wrench handle hole. You can only get about 1/8 turn at a time and you have to flip the wrench over every time. I do this before I connect the water supplies so I can get the adjustable wrench on in a semi-vertical position.
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