Your tap may not have a pop-up drainage. Most bathroom faucets come with a pop-up. If your faucet does not have one, then installation is a bit simpler, just ignore the steps related to the pop-up drain installation. When you follow an instruction of how to replace a bathroom faucet and drain, you should know what type of faucet you have and what type you want.
If you’re replacing an old two-handle faucet, it’s probably a compression-type faucet. The new two-handle valves can be of the cartridge or disc type. If you have a single lever or single ball valve, it’s probably a ball valve as shown in the picture. If the tap is a single lever type, it may be a disc or cartridge type faucet. In addition to knowing what type of kitchen faucets you want to use, you need to know the offset or center of the faucet.
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This dimension is the distance between the center of the threaded pipe of the cold tap (or tap) and the center of the hot tap. This distance must be equal to the distance from center to center of the tap holes in the sink. Once you know the center and what type of faucet you want to buy to changing a faucet that was old or also broken, make your purchase and install it.