Whether fixing or changing a faucet, the first stage typically is detaching the faucet in the sink or counter on. Faucets are held in place by big nuts that thread on the supply lines that feed-water to the spout as well as the under side of the valve. Regardless the amount of handles or of the size of the faucet, all taps detach in the sink in the same manner.
Shut the valves that feed-water to the faucet off. Turn on the faucet to drain any left-over water in the lines.
Locate the offer lines that feed to the lower of the faucet in the valves. Use an adjustable wrench to loosen and eliminate them from your faucet.
Locate nuts that contain the the faucet or the nut. There ought to be one for each element of the faucet. Each one needs to be tightened on the stem of the faucet, pressed from the under side of the counter or sink. Some lubricating oil on those nuts to help loosen them. Wait 10 minutes for the oil to function.
Use a basin wrench to remove the nuts that are mounting. Fit the conclusion of the wrench on the nuts and twist it counter-clockwise to loosen and eliminate them.
Pull the faucet up or counter. Insert the conclusion of a putty knife under the the escutcheons in case it sticks and pry up them. Use the putty knife to remove or counter.