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Old 10-28-2018, 06:16 AM   #1
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Bathroom faucet

We are on our second master bath faucet in our 2016 Newmar ventana. This time I turned on faucet and heard water dripping under sink. Water dripping out of faucet. Guessing this is a cheap faucet and need to upgrade unit. Looking for suggestions for replacement.
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We are on our second master bath faucet in our 2016 Newmar ventana. This time I turned on faucet and heard water dripping under sink. Water dripping out of faucet. Guessing this is a cheap faucet and need to upgrade unit. Looking for suggestions for replacement.
Any faucet that looks good to you at the big box stores will work.
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Just got two of these yesterday at Lowes. One of the sinks leak around the stem when in use. Had to buy adapters for the line connections.
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I replaced the kitchen fawcet with Grohe itís was a bear to adopt but itís great now next a grohe for the bathroom. I found that most manufactures makes faucets for box stores and plumbing supplies and they are build totally different e.i. Plastic guts vs brass etc.


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