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I have a Delta Faucet. We are thinking of installing a totally new vanity, bathroom cabinet and counter. Is there an issue reinstalling the same faucet, installation or maintenance wise? Just curious, wanted to save $80, and bought this faucet last year actually.

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  • Just take it apart like you are planning to re-use it, not like you are going to chunk it into a dumpster...
    – Ecnerwal
    May 25 at 20:33
  • A one year old faucet with a lifetime warranty ... glad you got the answer you wanted!
    – jay613
    May 26 at 11:10
  • Do note that if the new counter top comes with mounting holes for a faucet, you'll need a faucet that matches that hole spacing. That may or may not be your existing faucet.
    – FreeMan
    May 26 at 11:31

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Yes, you can.

No, there is no big issue.

Just make sure you drill the required holes at the correct spacing and check the fixings work with the thickness of the top.

Did something similar for my son, but needed to dismantle the faucet. Works fine now.

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  • I think you mean, "Yes", etc etc. :)
    – jay613
    May 25 at 20:56
  • @jay613 "is there an issue…" etc
    – Solar Mike
    May 26 at 4:34

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