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It looks like the sink can be used with a shallower cabinet frame as long as you don't mind more of the sink projecting from the front of the cabinet than what you may have seen when it was displayed …
answered Jan 23 '16 by Jimmy Fix-it
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You say you need "o-rings" but not specifically what part is the issue. If you take the part(s) to a good plumbing shop (a "good plumbing shop" is specifically a different thing from a big-box retaile …
answered Jul 10 '17 by Jimmy Fix-it
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That short piece of black rubber hose (with 2 hose clamps) that is included with the adapter in your link should attach directly to the copper pipe. Then you clamp your dishwasher hose to the proper s …
answered Feb 6 '17 by Jimmy Fix-it
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the nut around that brass threaded pipe is how to tighten it? Is tightening that the right way to go? YES and YES do you think I can get it tight enough just with that? Or should I expect to …
answered Jul 13 '18 by Jimmy Fix-it
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Your sprayer unit is not designed to sit at full system pressure, so the faucet unit that it came with is specially designed to shunt water towards the sprayer hose and head only when the sprayer leve …
answered Nov 26 '15 by Jimmy Fix-it
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There is a cartridge removal tool you can use, I have never failed to get a cartridge out when resorting to it: You can often borrow or rent this tool from a reputable plumbing shop (note importanc …
answered Apr 28 '17 by Jimmy Fix-it
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The round hole/port where the conduit fitting is located is actually a threaded port. If you unscrew the locking nut on the fitting, you will then be able to unscrew the threaded conduit fitting from …
answered Apr 15 '17 by Jimmy Fix-it
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The diverter valve built into your faucet is downstream from the faucet valve that is designed to hold back "line" pressure. The diverter shunts water toward the spray head when you open the spray hea …
answered Apr 8 '16 by Jimmy Fix-it
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The use of the base plate (escutcheon) for this faucet is optional. You do not need to drill an additional hole or buy a different sink. You really only need two of the three holes if you use the soap …
answered May 28 '16 by Jimmy Fix-it