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Old 09-02-2017, 08:16 AM   #1
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How to remove this kitchen faucet?


I have replaced faucets before but I have never seen one like this, and I can't find a brand name on it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction?
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Unscrew that long bolt and the funny shaped washer should come off allowing the faucet to pull out from the top.
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Yes just bend the copper pipes out of the way to make it easier. A rachet wrench or nut driver is easier to use.

That is a Pfister faucet I think. Most likely the Parisa model
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Unscrew that long bolt and the funny shaped washer should come off allowing the faucet to pull out from the top.
Might help to disconnect the sprayer head/hose. You won't pull it through that hole....
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Thanks guys, got it out and it was easy. With my old eyes under the sink that looked round, not like something I could get a wrench on.

It all didn't fit out the hole. I hate working under the sink so I just pulled it up and cut it with a hacksaw.

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Thanks guys, got it out and it was easy. With my old eyes under the sink that looked round, not like something I could get a wrench on.

It all didn't fit out the hole. I hate working under the sink so I just pulled it up and cut it with a hacksaw.

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Just for net time. It would fit out the hole. Just remember it had to go in that way.
Yes, it does not look like it. But you just bend the lines in close and they all come out.
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Just for net time. It would fit out the hole. Just remember it had to go in that way.
Yes, it does not look like it. But you just bend the lines in close and they all come out.
I know you are right, but I would have had to get back under the sink and remove the flexible hose extendors that were not part of the original faucet.
And the hole was small. To small for the replacement fauctet. Thankfully I had a drill bit the right size to drill through the granite countertop.
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