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(Newbie question) I have an old kitchen faucet I'm about to remove. I'm looking under the sink and I don't see the bracket and nut that I thought would be there to hold the faucet in place. Does this mean that it's being held on under the plate on top of the sink. I need to remove the caulking to get that plate up, but I was just wondering it that is potentially where I will find what is holding the faucet in place.
Posted by Anonymous on
Some faucets are secured by large nuts threaded onto water supply inlets. There will be no brackets in this case. FYI all securing should be from below. Good luck
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