Allen Montand: YOU NEED TO APPLY PLUMBING PUTTY UNDER THE PLATE BEFORE INSTALLING THE FAUCET. IF YOU DON'T, OVER TIME, WATER WILL SEEP UNDER THE PLATE AND DRIP UNDER THE SINK. GOOD VIDEO, BUT MISSED THIS VERY IMPORTANT STEP!!
Jeep Rubicon: See Today.. YouTube is the Community College Class... No crap!! You can Learn EVERYTHING you NEED to Know here on YouTube!!! Hell I Flip Properties off the Knowledge I LEARNED Here on YouTube for FREE... No crap...
Party Hub: Thanks a lot
LovelyEllieL: I'm a handy-girl, but never, ever replaced a faucet of any kind. Just uninstalled my old Moen kitchen faucet, and replaced it with a new one. Didn't think it was possible for me to do this because of my lack of plumbing experience and tools. But your explanation and videotaping was so thorough, I was able to get the job done with no problems! Thank you so much for saving me hundreds in plumbing costs.
kyle christensen: i've never installed a faucet, nor am i a 'handyman'...i received a Delta B1310LF-SS (a single handle faucet, as mine steadily leaked water when it was turned on) for Xmas from my older brother - and was reluctant to even ATTEMPT to install it...not only did it not come with instructions (...i googled the model #, downloaded & printed the PDF) - but, like i mentioned - i've never attempted anything like this before. Your video was the first - that i watched... (delta's being the second) Delta's video skipped so many important steps that you covered, from the removal of the old faucet - and the installation of the new one. their 'instructional video' was probably 3 minutes in duration, tops.
followed your instructions on removal of the old faucet, installed the new one w/ clear acrylic around the edges of the clear-piece before 'setting' it, then screwing it in place.
i hooked up the lines, using two pairs of pliars (no wrenches available) - slowly turned each water supply on - NO LEAKS! i was ecstatic.
i unscrewed the aerator, and ran it for ~1 minute fully open, both hot and cold - 0 leaks.
thank you so much for posting this video - without it, i couldn't have gained the confidence to even attempt this project.
infinite gratitude to you, @backyardmech !
thegeist72: Removing the EXACT same faucet (brushed nickel finish). Thanks for posting!!!
banana lumpia: dude awesome frames!
Joseph DeFalco: thanks
Boyet Cruz: Thanks so much for posting this,.. saved a lot not having to hire a Plumber.
gman100: Chemicals are in city water not well water. The hard water just has a lot of mineral content .
holten: Thank you for this tutorial! I was able to remove & replace my kitchen faucet because of your detailed video explanation. I'm thrilled to have a new skill :)
Hugh Mingbean: putting my nuts on when i'm underneath the sink is always my favorite part.
jOSEPH LOPORTO: I always seem to mess up plumbing.. Thanks for making this look so easy and helping me fix my Facet problem. People who post helpful videos such as you have are a god send! You saved me a bundle on a plumber fees as well..
TheParadisecove: Excellent instructions...but how did you manage not cussing? That in itself was impressive...although it always seems to help me..:)
Daniel Pegues: Thank you for the video. You showing how to jump right into it, what to turn off, what to unscrew, and then how to put everything back together again made this so simple. I never mind getting my hands dirty, and I surely thank you for helping my family and I save a few dollars not having to get a plumber.
Mitch Seymour: Thank you sir! Your video really helped me this weekend :) I had much less room under my sink, and had some trouble removing the the old faucet's water line through the metal ring, so ended up just cutting it with some scissors and was able to finally remove the ring. But your instructions were spot on, thank you for your help!
JIMMY TATE: I have never seen the retaining nut secured with 2 bolts as on yours. Mine have always had just a 1 1/2 in. brass hex net. Its difficult to remove the nut without the proper size basin wrench, unfortunately Home Depot, Lowes, Ace , and True Value dot Not carry these wrenches in the large size. I found a work-around that fits though. It is a heating element socket for hot water heaters. its the right size and can be started with a screwdriver through a hole you drill in the side
Erik Rothensee: Not good, where's your plumbers putty or silicone sealant between base plate and sink ? You will have water leakage around base plate and soon rot your counter top, I've seen this lots just ask anyone. instructions were good.
Jee Suliva: how can i unscrew if the wires underneath so tight
Jacob Lee: Good info, but for God sake, center camera on the work instead of cutting it all off at the top and get a work light on that hardware. Jesus!
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Allen Montand: YOU NEED TO APPLY PLUMBING PUTTY UNDER THE PLATE BEFORE INSTALLING THE FAUCET. IF YOU DON'T, OVER TIME, WATER WILL SEEP UNDER THE PLATE AND DRIP UNDER THE SINK. GOOD VIDEO, BUT MISSED THIS VERY IMPORTANT STEP!! sasam: メロンパン用の型なんて有るんですね。おいしそう。 RebornLover 1027: Aww soo cute i have only three im getting my only boy aka this one any day now :)) SD Customs: BCS vs Gravely Who has the better tractor? coughcoughgravelycoughcough...lol... good vid man! Greyson'sPrincess97: he's such a sweetheart and a cutie I just luv him :) fernando Martinez: Will the case work if my phone has a glass screen protector? ArmNinja 796: สนุกมาก