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Old 05-01-2018, 03:03 PM   #15
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Well, today I got rid of the feeble sprayer and replaced it with a wall mount faucet. I was going to put a hose connector on the faucet in place of the aerator, but decided to try my water thief. It works great. I can hook a hose up to it and I also got a fitting that goes from the female connector on the original sprayer to a female hose fitting, so now the original sprayer can just slide on the new faucet too, should I want to use that .
PanJH, very nice install, looks great. I like the style of the unit, would you mind sharing what brand/model it is?

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This mod is right at the top of my to-do list for the new coach. And, also, DSDon's mod to connect to the black tank rinse. Great idea.

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Well, today I got rid of the feeble sprayer and replaced it with a wall mount faucet. I was going to put a hose connector on the faucet in place of the aerator, but decided to try my water thief. It works great. I can hook a hose up to it and I also got a fitting that goes from the female connector on the original sprayer to a female hose fitting, so now the original sprayer can just slide on the new faucet too, should I want to use that .


Nice install. I have this exact faucet. Installed it last week. Unfortunately it would not clear the door hinge on my 18 DS. If anyone is interested, Iíll make you a screaming deal. Send me a PM.
I ended up with the washing machine valves like DS Donís.
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PanJH, very nice install, looks great. I like the style of the unit, would you mind sharing what brand/model it is?

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Thanks --- I got it from Amazon, it's a Kingston Brass - what I liked was the adjustable width on the input pipes so it would fit the rather narrow setup that was originally there. I had some starboard sitting around, so I made a new backing board to mount it to. Here's a link to the Amazon item I purchased.
Here's a link to the faucet on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Really nice setup! I thought our wet bay faucet was broken because the trickle of water was so little...this is s long term solution. Thank you!
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Really nice setup! I thought our wet bay faucet was broken because the trickle of water was so little...this is s long term solution. Thank you!
When I took the original equipment one off, I could see why the flow is so poor-- the piping/openings on the internals of that original faucet are about 1/8" diameter. Can't move much water thru that !
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