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!
Pearl Norris: This is the best instruction. I'm a female who has never done something like this before. I have always payed someone to do this job, but they do it incorrectly there were always pieces left behind. Thanks to your basic instruction I have just removed my old Moet faucet and installed a new Soltura pull down Kitchen faucet.
Richard Williams: very good walk through
marcusklemme: Saved me the cost of a plumber as well. Thank you very much.
pandaseternity22: Thank you !! thought I had to pay someone to do it for me :-) :-) :-) :-)
Frank A: Hi, what do I do when after replacing the faucet, the hot water doesn't seem to come out/work??
Gary Sander: Thanks. Very well done.
arthur haecker: Frequently the camera is not aimed at what is taking place
arthur haecker: Audio i s bad when repairman is not facing the camera.
SilverBarsa: Thank you for posting. Friend of mine asked me to do that for him and I watched video before I went. I have never done it before and though we had tons of issues due to previous half assed repairs this video gave me basics I could build on and helped me not to get scared or gave up. :)
Tigerjk: So... How do I know which one is hot and cold from the new faucet?
Diane Schell: this was amazing! Getting the old faucet out was hard, but the installation took no time. We hit pause each section and followed along easily. much better than just reading the directions. Thanks!!
Dona Maldonado: Thank you so much! It was like having my dad here helping me out (not that you're as old as my dad, just as helpful).
annemarieklein: I watched mostly all the "installing new kitchen faucet" videos and yours was the best for a semi beginner!! My kitchen was new when I moved in 4 years ago, but the faucet must have been a cheaper one because it broke. It looks like the faucet was installed before the garbage disposal because no matter how I twisted myself I could not get to a bolt that needed a socket wrench. After a couple of hours, I hacksawed the faucet off. After that which took me another 45 min., it was smooth sailing with your video. HUGE thank you to you. (I say semi beginner because last year I had to cut a pipe and put a compression valve on and change the innards of a toilet.) I am kinda proud of my 62 year old self!!
Jennifer Campbell: funny how we're replacing the same faucet for the same reason.
Dexes Guide: Thanks for posting this! Gave me the inspiration to do it myself. Couple of things that got me in a bit of trouble:
1. the little circly things that came with the new mixer, I didn't initially put that inbetween the aerator that came with the mixer and the mains water lines. Without it, it was leaking major.
2. My mixer wasn't held in place with screws but with a plastic bit that goes around the hoses, and screws tight from below to the bits on top (sorry I can't describe better). I didn't tighten this as much as possible before I connected the mains on. When I did finally get the mains on, the mixer was loose. Had to unscrew everything, tighten up and reattach everything again.
Good Luck peoples!
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