Question about Plumbing
I have a vintage sink with dual handles and a single faucet. After removing the screws holding the faucet handle down, I unscrewed the handle as far as it would go and it does not come off. Everything I've read implies it will just pop off (eventually) so I don't want to force it. Is there a trick to getting these handles off?
You may have to force them a little, I believe there are some plumb putty under the faucet and the handle. if you are unlucky, there may be some caulking under the handle and the foucet insteand of plumber's putty.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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