Attach the end of the faucet hose to the faucet outlet (right up under the faucet shank) with a clip or other attachment provided with the new faucet. Gently pull the faucet hose a bit to make sure it’s connected securely.
Trash bins are usually kept in the kitchen because that where they’re the most useful. But what if you’d choose to also put a bin in the dining room for instance? That could be practical except for the fact that it would look out of place and not exactly eye-pleasing. That, however, can be solved by hiding the bin inside a small cabinet like the one showed on .
Place, then tighten with your hands, the two mounting nuts onto the under cover plate’s shanks to hold the escutcheon in place.
Tilt-out trash cabinets are practical and easy to use and, more importantly, the concept is not complicated enough so you can’t put this thing together by yourself. Check out to see the list of supplies you’ll need as well as some tips and instructions.
Since your water is now turned off, you have no need for the hoses up to your faucet. Disconnect these (red arrows in the photo). Also disconnect the faucet outlet hose from the faucet-mounting bolt (blue arrow in the photo).
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