0

Hoping to find some help here as I am at a loss. Does anyone have any thoughts on how to remove this fixture. There are no brand marks and I don't know who installed it. The handles don't have any set screws so I can't seem to get them off and when I grab the neck piece I can't seem to get it to unscrew.

Full view of faucet

Underneath faucet

Faucet with spout removed

2

It may be a Kohler or at least have the same design. Try this :

1 Hold on to the handle while turning the handle base counterclockwise by hand or with a strap wrench, taking care to protect the finish.

2 Remove any remaining components to expose the valve. Set all parts aside for re-use.

3 The valve can now be replaced or other repairs made.

4 Reassemble handle parts in reverse order.

https://support.kohler.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002095334-Remove-the-Handles-for-the-Finial-Bathroom-or-Kitchen-Faucet

  • You were spot-on with the rubber strap wrench I was able to get the handles off but since it looks like it's a plug-and-play system I'm trying to identify what faucet I can get as a replacement I still can't seem to get the bases off and I don't know if it's something that I'm doing wrong or if they could have glue down or something but after putting a pair of vice grips on the basis I still couldn't get them off – SureThing Dec 7 '18 at 21:16

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.