I bought this in auction in uk it looked like not being used but no instructions and i cant get it to work i tried on switch nothing any suggestions please yes i could have been ripped off but i would be surprised as looks new. thanks for ur time
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I really thought that there would be instructions in the box..I really don't think that I should buy something than have to go out of my way to get a handy man to put it together. I am capable of doing that myself if I had the instructions. I also don't feel that I need to call someone to get the instructions...looks like it might be a problem for everyone...I don't mind looking them up on line and print them but other than that not interested...guess it will just have to go back to bed bath and beyond...
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Go to the internet and look up local general contractors, check out thier website and see if they are involved with that scope of work. If that fails check with your local plumbing supply stores and cabinet shop for contractors
Almost all valves turn to right or clockwies to close and left or counterclockwise to open. You might try spraying some WD-40 on bottom side of knobs.Let it set for a few mins. Tap on top of knobs lightly with a non marring tool such as wooden hammer handle and try to open. If it still wont open you can wrap knob tightly with masking tape or duct tape to protect the finish and use channel lock pliers or pipe wrench to try to open.Don't force it as you could break valve stem. Spray again with WD-40 and repeat above procedure until valve moves freely. Hope this helps. Thanks P:S WD-40 also works well to remove any adhesive left when you remove tape.
B&K does not supply install instructions with their faucets. A single basin faucet (****) is fairly straight forward. Ideally you will not use all the parts supplied by an import brand faucet. With plumbers putty, (feels like Silly Putty or Play-Do) work it into a worm looking rope about 1/8" in diameter and lay around the edge of the hole where the faucet goes and join the ends. Insert faucet into mounting hole and hold ti approximate final position. On the underside of the sink, first install the rippily flat washer (rosette washer) then the larger 6-sided flat washer (which is actuall a large flat nut) and tighten using a basin wrench. You should reconnect the water supply line to the faucet before the faucet is tight to the sink and make sure the opposite ent is free to turn. If the sink is still hanging on the wall you will need to have someone hold the faucet while you perform this procedure. I recall B&K supplies a flat rubber washer to go between the faucet and the sink but I personally think it's tacky looking.