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Old 10-12-2014, 06:56 PM   #11
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Yes, you should be fine with a 4" center set in the bathroom
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Old 10-12-2014, 07:00 PM   #12
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Easy to do also. You can get a good Delta single handle bath faucet etc . I will be replacing my kitchen faucet with a high goose neck with spray.
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Old 10-13-2014, 08:27 AM   #13
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Did my kitchen and bath faucets from HD. Everything fit great. Higher rise faucet in the bathroom and a pull-out sprayer for the kitchen.
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Old 10-15-2014, 10:16 PM   #14
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We've got a 2012 3250 RES, having a different issue with the kitchen faucet. It's a single handle swivel, the cold is now where the hot is suppose to be ( far left ) and the hot is where the cold is suppose to be ( far right ). Plus the handle is loose, does anyone know how to fix or tighten the handle? Looked under the sink but can't see much as the sink is in the way & don't see a screw on the handle. We are traveling and don't have access to any dealers, any ideas?
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Old 10-15-2014, 10:39 PM   #15
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We've got a 2012 3250 RES, having a different issue with the kitchen faucet. It's a single handle swivel, the cold is now where the hot is suppose to be ( far left ) and the hot is where the cold is suppose to be ( far right ). Plus the handle is loose, does anyone know how to fix or tighten the handle? Looked under the sink but can't see much as the sink is in the way & don't see a screw on the handle. We are traveling and don't have access to any dealers, any ideas?
Any suggestions would be helpful
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We have a single handle kitchen faucet on our 2013 355ls. If you would like I can go out in the morning and take a photo of what the connections look like and post the photo tomorrow.

Our sink is mounted on the kitchen island and the cabinet opens from both sides for taking a photo should not be too difficult.

To correct hot to the hot side and cold to the cold all you need to do is to reverse the water lines.

Also usually on a single handle faucet there till be a small little cap/cover/or plug that would be pried off to remove for access to the screw to tighten the handle. I can take a look and double check this and grab a photo of this for you also if you would like.
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Old 07-26-2016, 09:21 PM   #16
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Mixer Faucet Parts

Can anyone help as I have a mixer faucet in my EVO and the threaded handle has broken. I have surfed the next for a replacement but can only find replacement faucets. Unfortunately shipping to Australia costs more than the whole faucet.
I tried replacing the handle with a metal Australia fixture but they are different (surprise surprise). Is it possible to get just the handle (or metal equivalent) from an American supplier who will ship to Australia?
Can anyone help.
PS the color is Nickel (although I would accept Chrome if metal) and if your interested the total cost to ship the whole unit to Australia about $75US approx. of which $40 is shipping!!
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