OK after I spent a lot of time dis-assembling an old corroded kitchen faucet
here is a new one I am installing.
Everything is smooth, I lowered the faucet (has two water supply tubes and a
pull out spray) so I got the washer and the big but and I tighten it from
below where your whole body is twisted into this unbearable form inside the
cabinet and under the waste pipes and garbage disposal so you can see just a
little bit what you are doing. You try your best to tighten this big nut
and when you are done you hook everything up and open the water and good -
So you turn on turn off a few times and the faucet is sort of heavy and
after a few times it starts to wobble a bit. So you get under the sink and
strange enough the big nut you tightened is now loose so you tighten it
again. Try again and after a few times you have to go under to tighten it
again. There is no leverage there to use any wrench, well even my biggest
adjustable wrench won't be big enough and even if it were, there is no room
to turn one degree.
I am now all wet and sweaty. I cut myself from disassembling the old
faucet. I am seriously considering removing the sink so I can get to the
faucet bottom to really tighten it. Now what I will do with the double sink
after it is removed I am not sure. I don't know what else to do, the faucet
is a nice one - Jado single lever with a pull out spray.