need to replace piping under kitchen sink. help!

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Old 11-10-02, 01:36 PM
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Unhappy need to replace piping under kitchen sink. help!

i'm a first time user on this htingy, and i can't find anyone to help me out and tell me how to replace the leaky pipes under my kitchen sink, our land lady has the wrong piping on the sink and makes it leak plus we are replacing the cabinet under the sink because it's all moldy we need to fix and replace the piping before we can do that though so please help me out.
 
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Old 11-10-02, 03:57 PM
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If you have a single compartment sink then you need a flared tailpiece (long enough to reach the p-trap) a 1 1/2 p-trap, and an extra 1 1/2 slip nut and washer. If you have a double compatment sink you will also need a continuous waste. use some teflon dope to make up all the fittings. If you use plastic parts then tightening them about 1/4 turn past hand tight is sufficient. If you use metal parts then you need to tighten them up pretty tightly. Use a pair of channel lock pliers. If you cannot get the old nuts loose from the strainer/ trap arm then cut them off with a hack saw (be carefull not to damage the threads of the strainer/ trap arm.
 
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