I need to replace the faucet for the kitchen sink. To get at the connections/hoses etc, I believe the best approach is to temporarily remove the sink. Has anyone removed one? If so, what is the best way to temporarily remove it without doing damage to the cabinet or sink itself.
You can get at the connections under the sink by removing the tableware drawer. That is done by backing off a screw on each side of the drawer (inside) until they clear the drawer housing. The faucet on our 13 Scamp was loose. I was able to fix it by removing the drawer and just tightening the retaining nut. You should be able to remove and install faucets the same way.