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 How to Remove This Kitchen Faucet
Author: HuckleSmothered (FL)

I'm helping someone replace a kitchen sink faucet. The current one doesn't have anything underneath that clearly unscrews to loosen and remove it like the ones that I've dealt with in my own houses. Here are the pictures of what it looks like underneath:




It's not a really old faucet, either. They think it was purchased from a big box store about 4-5 years ago. They can't recall make or model, though. I tried looking through Home Depot's site and various manuals to see if I could find something similar but it was tedious and I didn't have the patience for that.

Can anyone enlighten me on how to remove this faucet?

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 Re: How to Remove This Kitchen Faucet
Author: george 7941

You have to unscrew it from the top, above the counter. If you remove some trim, you will get access at the top. Typically they use an allen key.

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 Re: How to Remove This Kitchen Faucet
Author: packy (MA)

yeah... some are down inside the spout.
there is no water in the spout because there is a pull out hose. so the spout can be easily removed reveling a
large allen screw as previously posted.

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