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American Standard Marquette 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in Satin Nickel
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American Standard

Marquette 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low Arc Bathroom Faucet in Satin Nickel

  • Satin nickel finish complements a variety of décor schemes
  • Speed Connect system ensures fast, easy installation
  • WaterSense-reduces water usage without sacrificing experience

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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
  • Satin nickel finish creates smooth, sophisticated 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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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: http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/4f/4f28c327-a6aa-4eab-9411-93e3928b5f87.pdf
Answered by: Camano
Date published: 2016-08-28
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