How do you tighten an American standard kitchen faucet handle?
Tighten the set screw of a loose handle with an Allen wrench, if you own a single handle faucet. Double handle faucets have the set screw hidden under the top cap of the handle. Remove the cap and tighten the screw with a Phillips-head screwdriver.
How do you tighten a single hole kitchen faucet?
Loosen and remove both supply lines by turning the nuts counterclockwise with the adjusted wrench. Slide a basin wrench up to one of the nuts holding the base to the sink. Turn the nut clockwise with the basin wrench until tight. Tighten the second faucet base nut.
How does a single handle kitchen faucet work?
The pull-down kitchen faucet works by allowing the spray head to extend down into the sink. You turn the water on using the single handle as usual. At the same time, you can mix the hot and cold water using the same handle. The water from the handle goes back down to the main controller unit under the sink.
How do you tighten a single hole faucet?
If the set screw is visible, hold the faucet in place and tighten the screw. If you can’t see the screw, it will be under the cap, which you can remove with a flathead screwdriver or your small knife. Tighten the screw while holding the handle in place. Once the screw is tight, the handle should stop shaking.