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American Standard

Model 4508SF

Internet #100684608

Symphony 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle Mid-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Satin Nickel with Speed Connect Drain

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The American Standard Symphony 8 in. 2-Handle Mid-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Satin Nickel with Speed Connect Drain is WaterSense certified to help conserve water use without compromising on performance. The separate lever handles for hot and cold water are ADA compliant for easy adjustment of water temperature and volume to suit your needs. The faucet's satin nickel finish complements a variety of bathroom decorating styles.

  • 2-handle design features separate handles for hot and cold water for precise adjustment of water flow and temperature
  • Mid-arc spout with aerator has a 5-1/2 in. reach
  • Satin nickel finish offers a bright look and complements most decorating styles
  • Ceramic disc valves for smooth handle operation
  • WaterSense certified to help conserve water use
  • 1.5 GPM flow rate saves water without sacrificing performance
  • Lever handles are ADA compliant for ease of operation
  • For installation on 8 in. centers
  • Speed Connect drain is easily and quickly installed
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  • How To Install a Widespread Faucet

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Can the 8" inch widespread faucets be used on "spreads" greater than 8"?

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Chuck
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September 20, 2011
I want to replace my lavatory faucets and my shower faucet. I don't see items listed that indicate a particular lavatory faucet has matching shower faucet.
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December 13, 2011
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Yes, it will spread to approximately 24 inches. Too bad the web site doesn't make this clear. The word spread may be the clue but it should be more clear, we don't all speak pro plumbing. I ordered mine and then took the unopened box to the local store and opened it there to check.
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September 21, 2011
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This faucet can accomodate a spread from 6" to 12".
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I need bathroom faucet Symphony 4508SF handle kit, but I just learned just been discontinued. Where can I buy the part I need?

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May 14, 2015
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Parts are still stocked thru the manufacturer.
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when will this faucet be back in stock?

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Please check with your local Lowe's or Home Depot for availability.
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What is the difference between brushed nickel and satin nickel?

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The Satin Nickel finish is nickel plating on brass that has been lacquer coated and made to appear dull. Satin Nickel is sometimes referred to as brushed nickel. It is similar in appearance to brushed stainless.
Brushed implies the parts has been "Wire Brushed" and directional lines of abrasion can be seen.
Satin Nickel is electro-deposited on the part from a Nickel salt solution usually Nickel
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The Satin Nickel finish is nickel plating on brass that has been lacquer coated and made to appear dull. Satin Nickel is sometimes referred to as brushed nickel. It is similar in appearance to brushed stainless.
Brushed implies the parts has been "Wire Brushed" and directional lines of abrasion can be seen.
Satin Nickel is electro-deposited on the part from a Nickel salt solution usually Nickel Sulfamate. The electro-deposit is "Satin" or "Velvety" in appearance and shows no marks or lines from abrasion.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 1.9 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Lack of replacement parts This model was installed already in the home I bought, and after six months one of the handles started spinning freely. Up to then, great handle and faucet...now, wondering when the other side will repeat the failure. My problem is with the fluted cap inside the lever handle that mates to the cartridge stem...it looks like a soft brass or plastic. You can't buy the part or even disassemble the handle, and apparently you can't buy a replacement handle either on the American Standard website. I'm disappointed and am looking for alternatives that can be fixed at reasonable cost...and not buying a complete new faucet set that's likely to have this issue over and over. July 4, 2011
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by one problem ..so far! I purchased (15) Am Std Symphony faucets and there has been one failure but I am concerned that this could be a recurring problem. There is a plastic adapter situated on the cartridge stem that fails if someone turns the faucet off ungently ... too hard. Once this happens the on/off handle simple rotates without engaging the stem, hence one cannot turn the water on or off. Easy to fix ... if you have a spare part. I have been having trouble finding a place to purchase the spare part. September 7, 2009
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Handle spins I've had this faucet in our powder room for about three years, and just recently I am experiencing the same problem as other users in that the handle spins free. The Hot handle is fine for now, the Cold spins free. Band aid fix for now is removal of the screw for the insert, then inserted that into the handle just enough for it to catch and turn the water on. I'll have to replace it, but for $100 and 3 years old, it shouldn't have to be! December 16, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by In April I purchased two of these faucets for my bathroom renovations as I have dual vanities. 4 months later, two of the handles have stripped and I am looking at a rather expensive repair/replacement. I would not recommend purchasing this product. I will spend a little extra money when I do replace the faucets and I can assure you that it will be with another brand of faucet. September 30, 2010
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A REPEAT OF THE SAME EXPERIENCE AS OTHER REVIEWERS WITHIN A WEEK ONE OF THE TWO FAUCET SETS I BOUGHT, WOULD NOT WORK PROPERLY. ONE OF THE FAUCETS JUST SPUN AROUND. I REPLACED IT WITH ANOTHER SET AND HAD THE SAME PROBLEM. I WILL TRY TO CALL AMERICAN STANDARD AND GET THE CARTRIDGE THAT SOMEONE MENTIONED. I WOULD NOT RISK BUYING THE PARTICULAR DESIGN. June 15, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst purchase ever The handles are spinning freely. Do not buy this product. November 24, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor product, both the hot and cold knobs need repair. After three years the knobs wear out, both the hot and cold knobs do not catch. It is obvious that the internal parts are made of plastic. At the price I paid I thought I was I was getting a superior product. July 26, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broke in Less than 1 Month Noticed after plumber installed it that there was significant up and down play in each handle. Plumber said there was no adjustment for that. Now, after less than one month later, the hot water handle just spins, i.e., won't turn the water on. Obviously, this is unacceptable quality. October 21, 2009
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