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Old 04-17-2017, 06:38 PM   #1
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At least he had good access from the backside. Mine is mounted on an outside wall. I'm going to have to do some research on how to access the fittings and the backside of the faucet.

DW has decreed that we WILL change the faucet in the bathroom sink and the bath tub. I never knew this, but is seems the brushed nickel or chrome fittings work MUCH better than the tarnished bright brass fittings.

Imagine that.......
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At least he had good access from the backside. Mine is mounted on an outside wall. I'm going to have to do some research on how to access the fittings and the backside of the faucet.

DW has decreed that we WILL change the faucet in the bathroom sink and the bath tub. I never knew this, but is seems the brushed nickel or chrome fittings work MUCH better than the tarnished bright brass fittings.

Imagine that.......
Yeah I was very easy accessing my fittings from the back side.
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