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Iambjm

Faucet problem

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Help! I am trying to replace my old faucet, live in a double wide mobile home. Crawled under the sink (which is not easy for an old broad) I have never seen a faucet like this, can't figure how this comes off. I have tools, and generally am pretty handy but this has me baffled.

 

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That is a little strange . I would shut the water off ,  disconnect the supply lines and get the soft copper lines out of the way to loosen the nuts , looks like 1 after the spray hose is removed that mounts the faucet down.  The horse shoe plate is probably just support . 

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Not easy for an old broad?   Not easy for me either and I'm not a broad....

 

From the picture, looks like you need to cut the copper, unscrew the spray, and use a hex key (allen wrench) to take out 4 screws.   Then it should come off. 

 

Hard to tell from the picture however.  

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 Shut the water supply lines off.  Remove the flexible hose from the end of threaded tube.

Remove the nut up against the U collar.  Squeeze the two copper supply tubes together.  From the top, pull the faucet out.

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Thanks fo all the suggestions, will post how it turns out

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