Mar 23, 2021 2:43 pm
I have a laundry tap that is installed on a laminate benchtop. I believe the laundry tap may have moved a little during use over the last few years and, per the photos below, you can see that some of the hole is visible.
What are my options for fixing this? It is a standard gooseneck mixer tap. Can I go underneath and loosen something that will allow me to reposition it so it is centred over the hole? I’ve never installed anything like this so not sure exactly how it all works so appreciate any suggestions.
Re: Hole for laundry tap is too big - what to do?2
Mar 23, 2021 4:03 pm
You can undo underneath the bench and reposition the tap and then retighten.
There are different methods used by different manufacturers so you will just have to try and see how to undo it. Usually a Phillips screwdriver but some use different size nuts.
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