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Old 07-28-2022, 08:19 PM   #1
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2018 single kitchen faucet leaking

We have this tap and donít know how open it to fix. Any ideas or do you get rid of it?

Seems to leak around the bottom of the handle. No leaks when shut off.
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Just posted this and I forgot to mention that we can’t find any brand or model number anywhere. It is in a
2018 38footer
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Your picture doesn't show the spray head, but I believe it's this one:

https://www.campingworld.com/empire-...itchen-faucets

Made by American Brass, model SL3000N-A
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Your picture doesn't show the spray head, but I believe it's this one:

https://www.campingworld.com/empire-...itchen-faucets

Made by American Brass, model SL3000N-A
It sure looks like it. Thanks very much. Now if I could only open it to get parts.
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I'm not any help on that brand, but the Moen and Delta's I've worked on had a small allen set screw holding the lever on. Sometimes hidden behind a small decorative plug or cap. Maybe someone that has knowledge on your particular faucet will chime in with more information.
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Thank you. I just have to look again.
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Old 07-29-2022, 11:11 AM   #7
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Take it completely off the sink. It will be more accessible out on a bench or kitchen table. Not to mention, easier to figure out. Look underneath the sink. It should be self-explanatory how to remove it. Usually big nuts holding it down to the sink then take off the hot and cold line. Most likely hand-nutted on.
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Thank you. Great suggestion.
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Don't think I would spend any time or money trying to fix a 4 year old trailer faucet. IMHO, I would go down to my favorite big-box hardware store and buy a new Delta or Moen faucet and replace the entire unit.
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Don't think I would spend any time or money trying to fix a 4 year old trailer faucet. IMHO, I would go down to my favorite big-box hardware store and buy a new Delta or Moen faucet and replace the entire unit.
That is exactly what I ended up doing!!! Even the connection under the sink was easy. Thought I needed special tools. Thanks to all the people replying to this thread. A super forum with great info.
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