How do you remove a Peerless single handle kitchen faucet?
Look for the nylon locknuts holding the body of the faucet to the countertop or sink. The locknuts twist onto two threaded shanks connected to the underside of the Peerless faucet body. Rotate the locknuts counterclockwise to remove them from the shanks and release the faucet.
How do you remove a peerless faucet handle without a visible allen screw?
How to Remove a Bathroom Faucet Handle that Have No Screws:
- Step 1: Locate the Cap or Button. Check around the faucet handle to locate the cap or button.
- Step 2: Use a Flat Screwdriver to Pop Out the Button or Cap.
- Step 3: Turn Off the Water Supply.
- Step 4: Remove the Screw.
- Step 5: Pull the Handle.
How do you tighten a peerless faucet?
Insert your Peerless faucet through the escutcheon in the mounting hole, and secure the valve with the gasket, washer, and the threaded nut on the mounting shank. Then, hand-tighten the nut onto the shank. Lock the nut into position by tightening the screws with the Phillips screwdriver.
Where is the model number on a peerless faucet?
Your faucet’s model number may be found on the packaging, and also on the Installation instructions provided with your faucet.
Can you just replace faucet knobs?
A broken handle on a single-handle faucet makes it difficult to use. Fortunately, there are both universal and manufacture-specific parts available to change your faucet handles. You can even change the style to match the decor of your bathroom or kitchen.