Sep 26, 2016 7:05 am
Anyone here have suggestions on how to replace a faucet on a Pedestal Sink? The issue for me is access. There are only a few inches of space between the wall and the components. The main problem is the drain pipe, which is inside the pedestal. Not sure how a large enough wrench can get in there.
Re: Replacing a Faucet on a Pedestal Sink2
Sep 29, 2016 2:59 pm
You need a basin spanner or basin wrench. A 300mm long shaft with a hinged end and serrated arm to get into tight places. Like this one here...
http://www.totaltools.com.au/milwaukee- ... /i1410871/ but Bunnings have them at $20 or so.
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