|Posted by Douglas S Rollins on June 08, 19100 at 08:09:37:|
|In response to Re: Kitchen faucet replacement|
Do not fear. You have a good replacement. Some of the newer faucets have the supply lines in the center with only mounting hardware on the two outer dimensions.
This is not bad, just different. If you have hard lines(all copper no "flex", "mesh material", "bendy lines") to the existing faucet then there will be alittle more work. The new one will probably have threaded connection on the ends and can be attached with a flexible connector available at most hardware shops that will get screwed on both ends, so you may have to solder on a threaded connection to your existing pipe.
If this makes any sense good. If it is completely gibberish. Drop another line and hopefully someone will get you some more or better information.
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