Model # 7764F

Internet #203012863

American Standard Marquette 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in Polished Chrome

American Standard

Marquette 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in Polished Chrome

  • Fits with any décor style
  • Speed Connect system ensures fast, easy installation
  • WaterSense certified to help reduce water use
$59.00 /each
Color/Finish: Polished Chrome
  • Estate Bronze
  • Polished Chrome
  • Satin Nickel

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Product Overview

The American Standard Marquette 2-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet offers timeless appeal to suit any decor. The Marquette features the Speed Connect system for simple and easy faucet installation, while two handles allow for smooth, precise operation. Durably built with ceramic disc valves for drip prevention, this faucet is ADA compliant and WaterSense certified to conserve water in an efficient, functional design.

  • Dual-control handles precisely adjust water volume and temperature
  • Low-arc spout offers a subtle profile
  • Polished chrome finish offers sleek, elegant appeal
  • Ceramic disc valves help prevent drips and leaks
  • WaterSense certified for efficient water usage without sacrificing performance
  • 1.5 GPM flow rate helps conserve water
  • ADA compliant for safety and ease of use
  • Installation hardware included for convenience
  • Speed connect system ensures quick and easy 3-hole installation
  • Limited lifetime warranty on function and finish
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Customer Questions & Answers

I recently had installed a Marquette American Standard Faucet which has not worked wo leaking from drain.

My workman has worked on this faucet 2x, and it still leaks all over my bathroom floor. I'm ready to send it back, and order a different brand. The faucet has a speed connect drain, and I think that is where the problem may be. The water from the basin of the sink doesn't seem to drain out very fast, and when it's gone, most of it seems to be on my floor. This faucet definitely needs help. Any ideas?
Asked by: Anonymous
The drain connection is a simple rubber stopper that is compressed to form fit the opening in the bottom of the sink. A number of things could be the source of the problem: a poor seat if not cinched tight enough or if seated cock-eyed; improper order or direction of assembly (the rubber piece must be fitted small end up to bottom of sink and with the slip disk between its flat bottom surface and the nut that tightens it up; missing silicone ring in the PVC connection; a cracked pipe or fitting; a non-standard hole size or shape in the basin; improperly fitted stopper connection, etc. I've recently installed three of these with zero drips from the drain fittings. Unless there was a defective part, I doubt that the supplied parts are at fault. If you have a chance to discuss the points above with your installer, or have him pinpoint the location of the leak, you might discover a solution before trying another product.
Answered by: MaineYankee
Date published: 2015-11-04

Instructions don't call for plumber's putty or caulk on the plastic base that sets on the sink. Necessary or not?

Asked by: Anonymous
I used caulk just around the holes. Some water can drip below when washing it.
Answered by: Doory
Date published: 2015-11-07

why is the cold handle taller than the hot handle

Asked by: Anonymous
Mine is not, See photo. Call their 800 help number.
Answered by: Doory
Date published: 2015-11-07

dripptng bathroom faucet

My bathroom faucet is dripping. I can remove the handle but cannot remove the part where I believe the washers are located. Are there faucets made that do not have washers?
Asked by: Anonymous
It uses a cartridge, not washers. Here's the parts diagram:
Answered by: Camano
Date published: 2016-08-28
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Customer Reviews

Marquette 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in Polished Chrome is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 91.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from We wanted to love it Pretty easy to install. We installed two in our bathroom but within a few months the finish started flaking off and they look terrible. Now were at the point that we need to uninstall and replace them. What a pain. Even with an easy to install faucet it still takes time and frustration to take them out and install new ones. ARG! WE will have to go through the added frustration of finding the receipt from Home Depot (luckily they told us they keep records attached to credit card numbers and will exchange for us), and trying to go through the process of the exchange.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It works fine, seems to save some water, but it's very loud. This is the first faucet I've ever i... It works fine, seems to save some water, but it's very loud. This is the first faucet I've ever installed myself and it was pretty easy to do. My only hang up isthat it's way too loud (definitely the faucet and not the plumbing).
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it - only downside is that the words American Standard is written on the plunger. Love it - only downside is that the words American Standard is written on the plunger.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy installation and high quality movement & finish This was a very easy faucet to install. It did not require any plumbers putty because it includes plastic gaskets and foam seals. Fasteners for the faucet went on fast and snugged up very tightly. Drain stopper cable almost TOO easy to install. Just attach to drain and give a quick turn and done. Needs no adjustment and works smooth every time. Amazing technology. I used this on a utility basin and gave it a very classy look.
Date published: 2013-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks great, works great The faucet looks great and was a huge improvement over the chrome one it replaced. The only issue I had was that the instructions were a set of pictures with no worded instructions and weren't very clear on certain parts. This wasn't a huge deal for me since I already knew what to do, but I can see how others who've never put one in before could have trouble. Other than that, the product itself is fantastic and was a great deal at $67 on sale.
Date published: 2016-04-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from American Standard Marquette Series Purchased three American Standard 4" center set faucets in oiled bronze from Home Depot. Biggest problem, the finish on each one is different. The bronze has brush stokes in the finish and each faucet has a different amount of these strokes. The worst one, in photo looks like a zebra. Poor quality control in manufacturing. The other problem is American Standard does not offer bath accessories for Marquette. The handle style is unique enough so none of the aftermarket accessories come close. Finally, the drain control is a mechanical mechanism made of all plastic cable & gears instead of a metal plunger. Easier to install, but not sure how this would hold up? I am returning everything for a refund.
Date published: 2015-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy Install for a Great Looking Faucet! I really can't believe how simple it was to install this faucet. Installation only took about 20 minutes after I had removed the old faucet and drain and cleaned up all the old plumber's putty and gunk in the trap. I was glad to discover that I didn't need to use plumber's putty when installing this new faucet. The whole process took about an hour and a half. Reconnecting the water supply lines was the only step during the installation that actually required a wrench. Otherwise everything could just be hand-tightened. Uninstalling the old faucet was another story though. I thought I was going to have to cut the old faucet drain off at one point! Luckily the last fitting finally broke free, and I finished washing out the trap at the 1 hour and 10 minute mark. The way the pop-up drain linkage is designed eliminates the need for adjusting a linkage and lever to the right position. Instead of the traditional setup, it's just a push/pull cable that screws into the drain. The whole assembly works great, with the sink holding water really well when the drain plug is down. There is a way to adjust the drain plug height in case it doesn't quite seal, but I didn't end up needing to do any adjustments after the install. The finish of the faucet is the perfect brushed nickel color, and looks much nicer than the old chrome faucet that it replaced. It does get water spots on it after using it for a while, but it wipes clean easily. The hot and cold levers turn smoothly, and there aren't any leaks when they're closed. The ceramic valves are a nice bonus too. An unexpectedly nice feature over the old knob-style hot and cold valves is that the levers give you an idea of what the mixture ratio is before you put your hands under the water. There's no noticeable reduction in water pressure through the faucet either. The only complaint that I have is that the drain flange is a little raised, and a ring of water puddles around it and will not finish draining (see picture). I think our sink design has some part in this, but it didn't happen with our old drain. It shouldn't be a major problem as long as the drain doesn't rust, but it's still a little unsightly. So far it's been installed for three weeks with no signs of discoloration.
Date published: 2013-11-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Leaked I purchased two of these faucets and installed. Both leaked from the valve body through the handles on the top. I have installed hundreds of faucets and usually use Price Pfister (Pfister now) and have never had one leak like this. I will say the pop up assembly is a pretty cool feature and makes installation quick however, if the faucet leaks what's the point. I would not recommend this particular faucet. It could very well be that the valve stems were not properly tightened at the factory but again that should not happen and I certainly wasn't going to take the handles off to find out. Disappointed, should have stuck with Pfister.
Date published: 2014-04-01
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