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Faucet and fixture

Some faucets are easy to install, others can be quite difficult. It mostly depends on your access to the plumbing. If you are installing a bathroom faucet into a new sink, chances are it will be simple because you can put in the parts before placing the sink.

Clean the surface where the new faucet will sit and insert the rubber gasket between the faucet's base plate and the sink top to create a watertight seal. If no gasket is provided, seal the perimeter of the faucet base with plumber's putty, and then insert the tailpieces through the holes in the sink top.  If the sink is already in place, your only access is from underneath. A tool called a basin wrench can extend your reach, but it's still an awkward task. Whether you buy a single-piece faucet or a split set like the one shown here, be sure your sink or countertop has the appropriate number and sizes of holes for the unit.