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Old 02-13-2019, 12:20 PM   #1
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Kitchen Faucet

I own a 2004 Montana 37RL. The kitchen faucet is a two piece, with the spout separate from the handle. I need the replacement "o-ring" that is located on top of the handle. A small decal is located on the faucet with the initials SA.

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Old 02-14-2019, 05:29 AM   #2
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Usually RV 'quality' faucets aren't worth the time and effort to repair as I found with our ''14 Montana HC. After spendind a few bucks and a couple hours with the correct kit, it still leaked, A trip to Lowe's and a new faucet cured the problem. I had also went through the same process on the Titanium, the last 5er - kit and that one as well still leaked. These are not real quality components in RVs and tend to corrode then just wont seal.

If you are determined to try a repair, both Home Depot and Lowe's as well as other hardware sources have faucet repair kits that you can compare your existing with along with boxes of 'O' rings. Good luck - but also drop back in and let us know what you have done.
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I would not even try to repair an RV faucet. Just go to Lowes or Home Depot and get a better quality one. I have replaced both of ours in both of the RV's we have had and they have worked well.
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Unfortunately, my fifth wheel is stored in Mexico. I need the make and model of the faucet. If I can't get that information, I will try the o-ring kit at Harbor Freight.
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