Commercial kitchen faucets are finally made, but they are worn out after use as any other device or tools in your home. So, after years of use, it’s wise to repair them with Grohe spare parts. The most common problems leak from the handle and problems with adjusting the temperature. Do a quick, half hour long fix both of these problems and help prolong the device’s service life for a few more years.
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Close the water by closing both valves under the sink. Remove the commercial kitchen faucets handle by finding the adjusting screw and removing it with an Allen key. This screw is usually located on the side of the handle. Remove the cartridge cover underneath the handle. This is a dome-shaped part and it unscrews or slides off quite easily. Remove the adapter by unscrewing it from the top of the cartridge with an Allen key. Complete this only if the crane has an adapter; if not, just go on.
Unscrew the two cartridge screws at the top of the cartridge with hex wrench. Pull the cartridge out of the body of the commercial kitchen faucets. Replace it with a new crane cartridge and put and tighten the cartridge screws to secure it in place. Fit the handle adapter if the crane has one and then place the lid on the crane. Put the handle in the groove and tighten the screw to hold it in place.