Yes, imagine that. The faucet in the kitchen stops working. Bet you never saw that before.
Well, you probably never saw a battery operated kitchen faucet before either. Yes, we've gone high tech, but there's one compromise; the faucet is battery operated. The kitchen faucet turns on and off with the associated handle, but, and this is a big but, you can also turn the faucet on and off, if the handle part is "on", by touching the faucet with any part of your skin. We don't dare recommend what part of your skin you might want to use; hey, it's cold outside, so, stay in and experiment! But, from time to time, batteries die, and when they do, the faucet stops working.
Not a problem; under the sink, to the right on the inside cabinet wall, you'll see a battery pack attached to a wire, sitting on a tray. There are six AA batteries in that pack; just pull them out, throw them out, and put new ones in. OH, the new batteries are in the small drawer to the left of the stove top. (Look at the electric cook top, immediately down to the left, top drawer). It should be full of AA and 9V batteries.
Sorry about this if it happens, but batteries don't seem to last the few years that they're supposed to with this apparatus. The temperature changes in the house seem to be harsh on our batteries. It's a small price to pay for having a cool faucet to play with.