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Old 04-24-2016, 08:59 PM   #1
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Does anyone know who makes this Faucet?

We broke one of the handles on our Flagstaff Microlite.
Anyone know what brand faucet this is?




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Old 04-24-2016, 09:02 PM   #2
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Just go buy a good one from Home Depot or Lowes. The ones in rvs are cheap. You can put regular household ones in RVs. You may be able to find replacement handle at CW or Lowes or HD.
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Old 04-24-2016, 09:18 PM   #3
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Thanks, but I only have 1 side broken, and it's just the handle, and would screw back on, if I could find it. I am not interested in 3-4 hours of work (took me this long in my regular kitchen) if I can just screw on a new handle. Except, I can't figure out the brand, to then order replacement.
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you will end up replacing the whole faucet sooner or later, as those in RVs are junk. Took me 30-45 minutes. Should be easy for you to do.
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Try contacting Fred Yoder or Roger Beiler at the Flagstaff Service Center. Give him the last seven digits of the VIN, and he might be able to help you.
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you will end up replacing the whole faucet sooner or later, as those in RVs are junk. Took me 30-45 minutes. Should be easy for you to do.
X2, basic plumbing skills. 30 minutes tops.
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When I had a crack on my mini light, looked like that facet, it was not serviceable since they since changed suppliers (trailer was less than a year old) . Needed to buy a whole new faucet.

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When I had a crack on my mini light, looked like that facet, it was not serviceable since they since changed suppliers (trailer was less than a year old) . Needed to buy a whole new faucet.

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Damn. Hoping this is not the case. Really don't want to try and replace the faucet.
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Damn. Hoping this is not the case. Really don't want to try and replace the faucet.
like I said...replace it now or replace it later. When I had to replace mine because of the mess it was making, it was during a camping trip. Replace yours while you are at home.
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Took me about 30 minutes to install a new kitchen faucet and about 20 minutes for the bathroom one. Got them both at HD.
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