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A picture, model, or brand of the type of faucet you have will be helpful as there are only three types of faucets. One hole, two hole, and three hole faucets. The one hole ones have two types: a single hot or cold, or a mixer valve to combine hot and cold into a single faucet. Each have a surface mount or wall mount version.
They all follow the same similar installation method. Turn off water supply. Unscrew supply lines from supply to underside of the faucet. a Plumber's wrench is needed or a spanning crescent wrench to remove the supply lines.
-Unscrew whole assemble from the sink.
-insert new one into the same hole as old one.
-from underneath, install the new faucet using the supplied hardware.
-Use plumbers tape (Teflon tape). It's often a white or pink silicon tape around the threads prior to screwing the supply lines back in. Re-connect the supply line.
-Open hot water faucet to maximum. Slowly turn on the water supply. Watch for leaks and drips. If any close the water supply and undo the supply leads and apply more Teflon tape.
- to apply tape. Start at the end and pull tightly, wind the tape into the threads in the direction of the turn. Do not wind in opposite direction.
-Try to turn on water again, turn slowly until it is at maximum, watch for leaks and drips.
-now slowly close the faucet and continue watching for leaks and drops.
If the faucet is fully closed and there is no leaks, you've done a good job... basic plumbing 101.
Now if your pipes are solder types and not screwed in supply line, and you're not confident with a torch or have little experience, ask for help from a friend who has some torch knowledge or hire a plumber. It is simple to do but requires a lot more steps than simply screwing in and unscrewing supply lines.
what part of the hose? on some grohe's there it an o-ring on the end that threads into the bottom of the faucet that sometimes can leak if not installed right. but replacements can be found through your local wholesaler, not home depot or any hardware store.
hello. pull out the spray nozzle and turn on the water. The water is either leaking from the hose, or from the connection. If the hose has a hole in it you will have to replace it. If the connection is leaking, disconnect it [with the faucet off], put some teflon paste or teflon tape on the threads and reconnect it.