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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kitchen faucet Remove
Start by turning off the water supply, either by shutting off the main water supply to your house (probably located close to your water meter), or by closing the shutoff valves on the water supply lines to your faucet. Then, open the tap to allow the water to drain out of the lines and remove any water pressure. Next, use your adjustable wrench and disconnect the hot and cold water supply lines running to the faucet. If you're going to replace the lines, disconnect them at the shutoff valve, but if you're going to reuse the existing lines, do your disconnects at the base of the faucet itself. ow it's time to actually remove that old faucet. Faucets are attached in one of two ways. Bottom mounted faucets are removed from the top of the sink. To remove a bottom mount faucet, you need to take off the faucet handles and escutcheon to get to the nuts holding the faucet. Once the nuts are exposed, use your wrench to take them off. Top mounted faucets, unfortunately, are held in place by nuts located on the underside of the sink. You'll need to get under the sink to remove them, and space may be at a premium. If you're lucky, you'll be able to use your slip joint or locking pliers to loosen the nuts. However, if pipes are in the way, you'll need to use a basin wrench (a wrench specially designed to work in tight spaces where you don't have room to use an ordinary wrench or pliers). Once you've removed the nuts holding the faucet, just lift it up off the sink. If there is some caulking holding the base to the sink, slide the blade of a utility knife carefully around the faucet base to cut it loose. You'll need to remove any old caulking or "grunge" that may have built up around the old faucet. You can get silicon remover at your home store, and a mixture of vinegar and water or an orange cleaner will remove the grunge.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
You will need a Grohe Fitting Key to insert into the fixing tube (which is the area after you have removed the Handspray and the Fit spout) and turn counter clock wise. If you don't have Fitting Key, call Grohe at 630-582-7711
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
I couldn't find the number you have on the Grohe website so I have included a link to their website. Just find your model and it will give you many different options for manuals. Hopefully this will give you the information you are needing.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Pull the handles straight out of the faucet. use both hands to pull back on the hand while wiggling it left and right just a little at a time. Eventually it will pull off.
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
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