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Old 06-06-2016, 06:36 PM   #1
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Leaking faucet bathroom sink

I have a water leak under my bothroom faucet single handle feels like it is coming from under the spout ! Is their a connection at the spout or does those hoses come direct from the single control ?

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Underneath you'll find to water connections, hot and cold water. They screw onto the faucet inlets. The single handle is simply a ball-type mixing valve that shuts off all water flow.
Is this what yours looks like?
If that's looks like yours, I recommend removing the faucet, going to your local Lowes, Menards, etc hardware store and buying a household faucet that matches the mounting holes/water inlet nipples, and installing it. The RV type are normally chrome-plated plastic like the one in that hot link. Probably cost nearly as much to repair your present one than buy a new household type that is all metal.
The water hoses normally have threaded connections to the faucet, and are hand-tightened.
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