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General Faucet Installation Instruction
Step 1: Position the Faucet
Step 2: Attach the Water Supply Tubes
Step 3: Connect the Faucet Lift Rod
Step 4: Flush the Faucet
- Anytime you work on plumbing, filings, chips, and other debris can fall into the plumbing pipes.
- This debris can damage the sealing surfaces inside the faucet and cause leaks.
- Remove aerator and black sealing gasket above it.
- Before turning on the water supply, make sure the faucet handles are open (on position) in order to remove the debris without causing damage. (Diagram A)
- Open both water supply valves under the sink. (Diagram B)
- Allow the water to run for 15 seconds. (Diagram C)
- Close the faucet handles (turn off).
- Make sure any debris is cleaned from the aerator screen. (Diagram D)
- Replace the aerator. (Diagram E)
- From the top of the sink, insert the lift-rod into the faucet. (Diagram A)
- From under the sink, make sure the pivot-rod is in the down position. Insert the lift-rod into the lift-rod strap. Tighten the screw.
- From the top of the sink, make sure the lift-rod opens and closes the drain plug as desired. (Diagram B)
- Make any needed adjustments by loosening the lift-rod strap screw and repositioning the lift-rod.
- If you need to connect the lift-rod strap to the pivot rod, slide one end of the spring clip onto the pivot-rod.
- Make sure that both the pivot -rod and the lift-rod are in the down position. Insert the pivot-rod in the closest hole in the lift-rod strap.
- Slide the other end of the pivot-rod. Make sure the lift-rod opens and closes the drain plug as desired.
- Make minor adjustments by loosening the lift-rod strap screw and repositioning the lift-rod. (Diagram C)
- Make major adjustments by removing the spring clip and moving the pivot-rod to a different hole in the lift-rod strap.
- Water is typically supplied to the faucet through water-supply tubes.
- Wrap the threads of the water-supply valve with Teflon tape. Although most plumbers use only Teflon tape, some plumbing supply manufacturers also recommend using plumber’s putty. (Diagram A)
- Thread the water supply nut onto the shut-off valve. Tighten the nut with a wrench. (Diagram B)
- Wrap the threads on the faucet shank with Teflon tape, and then thread the water supply nut onto the faucet shank. (Diagram C)
- Tighten the nut with a basin wrench. (Diagram D)
- Begin installing your faucet by placing the gasket and faucet in position on the sink. (Diagram A)
- From under the sink, thread the plastic mounting nuts onto the faucet shanks. Be sure the large side of each plastic mounting nut is up. (Diagram B)
- From the top of the sink, check the faucet and gasket position. (Diagram C)
- From under the sink tighten the mounting nuts, making certain not to over-tighten which could damage the nuts and make them difficult to remove in the future. (Diagram D)