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Old 02-14-2017, 08:34 PM
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Default Please help ID this faucet

I know this is a long shot but this is my kitchen faucet and it needs some work so I think I'm gonna need some parts. I have no idea what make it is. I've looked through my paperwork and I flat out can't remember. It's a heavy duty solid brass thing.

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Old 02-14-2017, 09:20 PM
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looks a lot like newport brass
Old 02-14-2017, 09:38 PM
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Scratch that. Here is the faucet info Rohl country kitchen Inca brass finish Rohl A3608LPWSIB-2
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Zildjian steampunk...
Old 02-15-2017, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by jbooker9 View Post
Scratch that. Here is the faucet info Rohl country kitchen Inca brass finish Rohl A3608LPWSIB-2
Desperately trying not to be rude, but if you can afford an $800 dollar faucet you can afford to call a plumber...
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Desperately trying not to be rude, but if you can afford an $800 dollar faucet you can afford to call a plumber...

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Originally Posted by JJ Jr View Post
Desperately trying not to be rude, but if you can afford an $800 dollar faucet you can afford to call a plumber...
what does that have to do with anything? Some of us guys are hands on guys and like to do things ourselves.
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Originally Posted by mikeloew View Post
what does that have to do with anything? Some of us guys are hands on guys and like to do things ourselves.
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Very True!
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Originally Posted by JJ Jr View Post
Desperately trying not to be rude, but if you can afford an $800 dollar faucet you can afford to call a plumber...
I love service calls where the homeowner is supplying parts. No warranty and I don't need to hunt the parts down. Also I think rohl has a lifetime waranty on faucets so he will more than likely get the parts for free.
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Funny, I have that same faucet in pewter. It just started to get very stiff to operate. It's original to the house, about 10 years, and like a lot of other things is starting to show its' age. I'm following the driveway post as well, as that will need to be replaced this spring.
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Look up a YouTube video on the faucet. You might be surprised at the common repair parts it may use? That'll also help you decide if you want to tackle it, or call a plumber. Sometimes that easy stuff.....welll....ain't !!
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btw Camnbo...that soapstone is beautiful.
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You can purchase any parts you'll need from Rohl directly.
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Originally Posted by jbooker9 View Post
I love service calls where the homeowner is supplying parts. No warranty and I don't need to hunt the parts down. Also I think rohl has a lifetime waranty on faucets so he will more than likely get the parts for free.
I get it all the time too. I usually turn down the work, it's not worth the headache.
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It's a water faucet.
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Originally Posted by Eroc1 View Post
I get it all the time too. I usually turn down the work, it's not worth the headache.
What headache? You show up and fix whatever problem, now you get paid, and get to move on to the next service call. Or while your there maybe you see they need a new 2 part waste or a wasted angle stop. Now your making more money and not needing to go to the supply house to look for and off the wall stem or cartridge.
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I'm sure that's a water faucet, 100% sure. LMBO.
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Originally Posted by mikeloew View Post
what does that have to do with anything? Some of us guys are hands on guys and like to do things ourselves.
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Yeah but some of you are schleprocks and can break a anvil.
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Originally Posted by mitchell master View Post
Yeah but some of you are schleprocks and can break a anvil.
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