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Old 08-10-2014, 11:45 AM   #1
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Galley sink ID?

I have a broken faucet in the galley sink of my 1999 National Dolphin motorhome. I thought it was a washer where it was leaking, and probably was, then there is a control ball that the handle attaches to... that broke in half ( soldered together originally).

Anyway, I am trying to identify a "Brand/ Make" of the single lever stainless steel faucet that National put in their Dolphins' (1999) so I can search for repair parts.


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Take it to your local home improvement store and match it using their display.

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Yep, just pull the guts out and take it to an Ace Hardware, they should have the right kit. I had the washers go bad on our toilet inlet shutoffs here at home. Took just the valve stem and they fixed me right up.

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I agree with waroland. Any camping world or lowes can match it as long as the dimensions are the same, and a home unit will be a bit more durable too. If your current unit has a part/ manufacturer stamped on it, you can google that to find the present day equivalent .
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Get measurement of countertop hole spacing. Go to store and buy a residential faucet. I would not throw money at a fifteen year old RV faucet. I have done this a few times and I am pleased with my choice.
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Old 08-10-2014, 08:22 PM   #6
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We just replaced our kitchen faucet with one from Lowe's. Yes it cost just over $100 but it was what Thom wanted for fit and finish. As for me my moto is - As long as it works I really don't care what it looks like. Thom has more of a preference so he choose it.
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Almost any home kitchen faucet will fit your rig. Moen, Delta or American Standard are just fine and will last more than likely as long as you own your rig. You can put something in that you like and functions better for you.
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