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Sounds like you have a defective faucet. I'm guessing this is a new faucet and there shouldn't be any water leaking from between the faucet and the counter top. All the fitting above the counter top are factory fittings.
The only possibility I can think of is that if you didn't use a back up wrench when you installed it and you twisted the factory installed lines too far while tightening the water supply line to the faucet, you could have broken a weld on the faucets supply line where it is connected inside the faucet.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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