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Cutting a Drain Pipe

Use a two hand grip on the rotary tool when using a cut-off wheel.

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Step 1

After installing the new sink in your cabinet, you will need to measure the new drainpipe length needed and transfer this dimension to the pipe.

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Step 2

Clamp drainpipe and cut excess off with the 456 cut-off wheel. Recommended speed: 35.000 rpm.

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Step 3

Secure pipe to drain basket, slide trap up both pipes and hand tighten.

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Step 4

Use a smooth-faced wrench to tighten the joints. Test the drain by slowly running cold water (check for any leaks). Tighten any loose fittings. Your sink is now ready to use.

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Other supplies

Tape Measure

Spring Clamp

Smooth-faced Wrench