How to Install a Single Handle Bathroom Faucet...Hansgrohe's Talis Select





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Published on Jan 6, 2018

Replacing bathroom faucet and drain connections can be tricky. In this video we share how to replace a bathroom faucet step-by-step.
Which comes in handy when you want to save a few bucks!

Helpful Links:

Bathroom Course -- https://bathroomrepairtutor.com/
Hansgrohe Talis Select Faucet -- https://amzn.to/2qb4nvl
CRL Clearn Silicone Sealant -- https://amzn.to/2GFvmKk
Ridgid Drain Pipe Cutter -- https://amzn.to/2GzMYHv


In today's tutorial we share how to install the Hansgrohe Talis Select bathroom faucet. The Talis Select is a single handle push button faucet

Single handle faucets are easier to clean and fix than double handled faucets.

The first step with the Talis Select is to add the rubber centering ring under the faucet body.

Slide the faucet down through the sink and secure it to the underside with the metal nut and screwdriver.

Add the drain to the sink and use 100% silicone to it and the sink for a water tight seal. This isn't in the directions but we found that silicone is better than plumbers putty.

Also apply silicone to the drain body where it connects with the metal pipe. Once that's installed the popup can be assembled.

We like the Talis Select popup because it has a hair catch that prevents hair from clogging the p-trap.

Attach the Talis Select water supply lines to the shutoff valves and assembly the p-trap to the drain in the wall.

Watch our video for all the details and several tips that make replacing bathroom faucet and drain connections easy.



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