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Old 09-28-2020, 09:42 AM   #1
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2004 Seabeeze kitchen faucet??

Mine has a single handle faucet on it anybody else have one like this that they replaced? If so how do you get the old one out? there is no room under the sink for a bolt to hold the faucet in place.

Maybe you might know what brand this faucet is? Thanks
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Now I could be completely wrong about this but all the RVs I've had use standard home type faucets in the bathroom and the kitchen. And one of the first things I do when I get an RV is replace both of those faucets with better faucets from Home Depot or Lowe's.

A lot of modern faucets are not held in by bolts but are held on by one large nut on a stub that contains the hot and cold water lines and the sink sprayer if it has one. And that whole set up fits in about a 1 1/2 inch hole next to the sink. There's not much room but I've always managed to reach under their behind the sink and unscrew that nut.

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I replaced my 2007 Seabreeze LX kitchen faucet with a standard issue one that I bought from a local hardware store. I did have to re-plumb it just because the fittings that attached to the old faucet were very corroded, I cut the PEX back a bit and used slip on connectors to the PEX attached to standard supply lines. If you do it like that, make sure the slip on connectors are pushed all the way in and zip tie everything in place so it doesn't vibrate as you go down the road.
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You might have a Banner faucet. How about a photo
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