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Old 05-29-2018, 06:16 PM   #15
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That is definitely it. The upper parts are loose from the base.
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That is definitely it. The upper parts are loose from the base.
If the faucet wasn't installed tight enough (like that could never happen in an RV ) water can sometimes leak under the gasket causing the countertop particle board to swell and crumble away leaving the faucet unsupported. The faucet is probably not broken but just needs to be tightened. If the counter top has crumbled away cut a thin piece of ¼" plywood to fit between the retainer and underside of the counter. A piece of aluminum would work too.
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Not leaking just loose.
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Not leaking just loose.
Yes I realize that. I'm not saying the faucet is leaking. But if the faucet assembly was not installed tight enough, any water splashed on to the base can find its way under the rubber gasket and soak the wood counter top below.

I'm not there so I can only speculate but thats what it sounds like might have happened.
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Is the retainer nut loose under the cabinet? I had to use plumbers putty under my beauty plate to keep mine from wiggling before I tightened it.
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Got it. It was a loose bolt under between the plastic gasket and the body of the faucet. Thanks to all for the help.
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I had that same junky one it was a delta like I replaced with a nice price pfister much better. Actually i replaced every faucet it amazes me we use less water but it feel like better pressure.

We knew used to struggle at races to go 4 days no we go 5 and have water left
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