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Removing an old moen bathroom faucet

I have a 9 yr old moen faucet that inslled from under the counter but held on by c clips around threads on top how do I get the clips off there is no space to prey them open thanks

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I have a moen monticello bathroom faucet that is about 12 years old. I cannot figure out how to get it apart???????
Help me, help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The solution to this problem was to literally saw the handles off. There was nothing on the undermount to loosen like sanray suggested. Could not get the clips off no matter what. Could not even see them. This faucet sucks. Replacing it with a Delta which I hope never gives me this much trouble!!

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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The nuts located on the underside of counter need to be loosened in order to releive the pressure off of the C clips and then you will be able to pry them off.
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Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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    What exactly are you trying to do, remove the faucet or repair it.

    I assume we are talking about either a mini widespread Moen lavatory faucet or a standard moen widespread faucet.

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There is a tool for those clips you can go to a hardware store and purchase the tool for a modest price. please rate this thanks

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