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Need to remove a culligan faucet

I need to remove the faucet to change out my sink.  I have it out, but the blue tube is still attached and I can't see how to disconnect it since there is no nut.  Does it just pull out?

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Culligan intentionally designed their faucet so that you have to have a culligan repair man come out. good luck

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

  • Joe Hogan Jan 18, 2009

    Culligan intentionally designed their faucet so that you have to have a culligan repair man come out. good luck

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Depending on your faucet, I bet the problem is some debris that came loose and is blocking the flow at the valve that the faucet handle turns. 5 minute fix.

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Get a pair of expanding pliers

Usually, the faucet handle comes off straight up when you remove the Phillips screw on top. If you cant see a screw, it may be hidden by a cosmetic cap (this is what the flathead is used for-to pop the cover off)

When you remove the handle, there will be a section that needs to be removed using the pliers turning counter clockwise. Once that comes up, the valve should lift straight out.

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  2. Clean the arm threads and wrap them with plumbers' joint tape.
  3. Screw the head back on and hand-tighten it. Remove any excess compound or tape.
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  10. Set the faucet into position and center it.
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