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Old 05-13-2012, 08:07 AM   #1
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Kitchen faucet

I have a 2007 Jayco Designer 5th wheel. I need a new side spray for my kitchen faucet in oil rubbed bronze. Only the spray head is needed and not the complete faucet. Does anyone know what brand of faucet this might be as I cannot locate a name on it or where to purchase one? BOB

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Bob, you will get more responses to your inquiry if you move it to either General Discussion or Product Evaluation section. Welcome to iRV2 by the way!

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I'd suggest using the Contact Us option at the lower right of Jayco's website. Be sure and give them your unit serial number (VIN), and their customer service group will be glad to help you out, I'm sure. After owning 3 Jaycos, as far as I'm concerned, their customer service is top notch.

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You may rest assured, if it is in an RV it is the cheapest available. I strongly suggest you buy residential faucets, many of which have a lifetime warranty. I installed Moen faucets, they are high quality and seem to have an even lower flow-rate than the OEM faucets. BTW, I found a name on my OEM kitchen faucet, took it to my local ACE hardware store and they could not find that name anywhere.
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So what did the dealer service/parts dept or the 5er manufacturer tell you???? I dont think they are members of this forum.
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What ray,IN said. Lots of parts can be purchased at your home centers or hardware stores. You'll get better quality for less money. I replace with residential components whenever i can. That said, you can probably get a new sprayer from any store above.
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Just go to your local big box store and buy a faucet that you like the best. Takes all of 30 minutes to replace and the difference is like night and day.

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