I need to complete the sink plumbing before I finalize the fridge installation. I won't be able to access the plumbing very easy later on. My sink has a faucet like this:
I believe it must be 3-way version, as I have a city water connection, and a holding tank. The faucet appears to also have a wire loop on it.
Does anyone have an installation instruction booklet for this unit? None of the supply hoses were connected to the faucet when I got it although they were there, just disconnected.. Just curious what is the best (proper) way to hook it up.
I'm assuming the sink drain goes straight out without a P-trap, otherwise I'd get wet when I flipped it over from the residual water in the trap.
If this is in fact a 3-way faucet, what type of electric water pump am I looking for? I suspect that loop of wire is just hooked up to a switch? cut the wire, and splice in series? Ground side of the circuit?
Thanks for advice in advance.