Small utility sink – Set the new small utility sink, allowing easy access to both the top and bottom of it. Slide the faucet through the predrilled holes, aligning the gaskets on the fixture. From the bottom, tighten the bolts that came with the crane with an adjustable wrench. Wrap Teflon tape around the male part of the hot and cold water connections on the tap. Attach new flexible supply lines to the connectors. Hand tighten the connections tighten a quarter turn with an adjustable wrench.
Place a nylon washer insert in a plastic nut and slide the washer and nut on the flanged end of a PVC tailpiece. Connect the washing machine to the drain fitting at the bottom of the small utility sink. Measure the wall sockets at the rear of the new small utility sink. You may be able to use the old connectors if they are a similar size. Slide the new sink on the wall hangers to him to the wall.
Wrap tape around the plugs on the other ends of the supply lines. Connect the pipes so that the hot line goes with the warm water and cold line goes with the cold water. Turn off the water supply to the sink. Look for leaks. If you have a leak, tighten connections a quarter at a time until the leak stops. Fix small utility sink to the floor following instructions. If the sink has enough weight to it, you can often skip this step.