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I am trying to uninstall an American Standard 4205.104 Reliant + combi faucet in my kitchen and have been unable to remove the "mounting kit". The faucet is loose. The paperwork that came with the unit shows a different setup and lists 2 models, the 4205.100 and 4205.104. I'm not certain which one I have. Do you have any pointers for removing this faucet?

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Hi, TYhe instructions for both models are the same. The 2 different methods of installation/uninstallation in the instructions refer to whether or not an escutcheon was used when installed. The escutcheon is the chrome piece that encircles the faucet and fits on the sink. So, if you have just a bare, chrome tube entering the sink, there is no escutcheon.

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