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Help identifying bathroom faucet
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I would like to buy a new valve/cartridge to replace a leaking one, however, I cannot figure out who the manufacturer of this faucet is. I do not see a name anywhere. I'll post a few pics. Can anyone identify the manufacturer and model?

...Ok, the pics are now here.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5h6su1a9kfv1h28/AAD6joA1-RjVLd6GHxSwgyIka?dl=0

Thank you,
Mark

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pic deleted...see above

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A. Spruce
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A. Spruce

You have to use an off-site photo host, then link the images here. You can thank the spammers for that.

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Ok, I have moved the pics to dropbox and it works much better.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/5h6su1a9kfv1h28/AAD6joA1-RjVLd6GHxSwgyIka?dl=0

Any ideas on the manufacturer or model?

Thanks,
Mark

johnjh2o
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johnjh2o

It's a Delta faucet call them and they will send you the parts you need free of charge.

bill
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bill

It could very well be a Delta faucet , I was thinking of a jado . I know i have installed this faucet .

Bill

A. Spruce
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A. Spruce

I've seen that one many times, it's either a Delta or a Pfister, more likely a Delta, and it is sold widely by Home Depot, who probably still has it on their shelf if you wanted to be certain.

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Delta got back to me and informed me that it is an American Standard fixture. I contacted American Standard and am still waiting a reply.

Mark

A. Spruce
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A. Spruce
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Delta got back to me and informed me that it is an American Standard fixture. I contacted American Standard and am still waiting a reply.

Mark

Did I say Delta, I meant American Standard . . . ;):p:cool: Glad you got an answer, let's hope A.S. gets back to you. If not, you should be able to buy kits for A.S. faucets at the hardware store.:cool:

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American Standard got back to me and said that it is not an American Standard fixture either. Crazy! I'm thinking maybe I can just take the cartridge to the hardware store and try to match it up? It is just a little dirty and corroded so I wasn't sure how well that would work. I'm trying to avoid buying a new fixture because this one is in good shape and I don't feel like spending the money on a new one.

Mark

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