Basin Wrench Ideas
Basin wrench – Repair your sink faucet or replace it with a new one, requires deprive the faucet mounting nuts. Unfortunately, you have little space to work with when you remove the mounting nuts. The back of the sink bowl is near the rear wall of the cabinet, which makes getting a wrench around the securing nuts virtually impossible. It is necessary to remove the mounting nuts with a basin wrench. A basin wrench has a jaw head leaning at the end of the handle so that you can access and remove the faucet mounting nuts.
Turn off the water supply to the faucet. You’ll find the shut-off valve at the end of each hose line connecting delivery hoses. Football-shaped handles Rotate clockwise to turn off the water.
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Place a bucket under the base of the crane. Flip jaws basin wrench down so they are in 90 degrees angle to the handle. Hold the basin wrench of its T-handle. Curve jaw of the basin wrench pointing to the left. Open the curved jaw with your fingers and place the flat jaw of the nut connection of the supply hose to the faucet stem. Releasing the curved jaw so the wrench jaws Wind the nut wrench.
Turn the basin wrench handle counterclockwise T handle. This dissolves and removes the connector nut from the valve stem. Repeat the process for the nut to secure the faucet to the sink. Flip basin wrench head so bent jaw pointing to your right to tighten the mounting nuts.