i can tell you this. your plumber will not set the faucet if it does not fit, he will not mill parts to make it fit. he will try to fit it.then he will put everything back in the box tell you to either have the counter top redone, or get another faucet. if he mils any parts, he will void the warranty, and transfer the responsibilty onto himself. whoever drilled the hole to close to the sink, bought that counter top i have run into this situation before. the counter installer requested the faucet and sink be present [[[[thats how its done on customs]]]] typical/everyday sop then, the front of the cabinet was cut to move the sink forward, about a 1/2 inch
Reputable countertop fabricators ALWAYS ask for the sink and faucet to test for fit prior to drilling any holes. As frodo stated, if your faucet does not fit where the faucet hole is drilled, the installer has to buy you a whole new countertop and drill the hole in the correct location. There is no gray area, either it fits or the installer buys a new top.
Thanks, I'll talk to the plumber and figure out where to go from there.
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