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How to Install a Kitchen Faucet
Shut off the water supply to the sink before you begin. You can shut off the water main which supplies the entire house, or you can turn off the water supply using the valves under the sink. Turn on the old faucet to make sure you've shut off the water supply.
Use your basin wrench to loosen the nuts that hold it in place. Bottom-mounted faucets are connected above the sink; top-mounted faucets are secured on the bottom. A top-mount always has a base plate; a bottom-mount's parts will mount independently through the sink holes. Because nearly every faucet available today is a top-mount, that's what we'll talk about here. Whether you've pulled the sink out or are working in the space below it, the process is the same. Once you've removed the nuts that hold the faucet in place, disconnect the water supply lines, keeping a towel handy to sop up any spills.