Well that was easy ... Sunday afternoon faucet replacement


Had an old Moen kitchen faucet that was leaking ,,, could not get replacement parts. Off to Home Depot ... got the faucet, got the flexitubing, got the compression fittings (was already 3/8 copper soldered), went down the next isle ... and there was an American Standard complete with flexi tubing on sale at $64. Dropped what I had, picked up the American Standard. Got home, shut off the water, cut the 3/8 pipe ... those little pipe cutters for close quarters are worth their weight in copper :-), removed the old faucet and sprayer thingy, installed the compression fittings on the 3/8, installed the new faucets, the new sprayer thingy, hooked them up with a little teflon tape on the fittings ... et voila, done.
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Replacement is better than repair, when it comes to faucets, especially if there is any corrosion or hard water problems.
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