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American Standard Symphony Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Stainless Steel
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American Standard

Symphony Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet in Stainless Steel

  • Pull-down spray with stream/spray/pause functions
  • 1- or 3-hole installation
  • Ceramic disc valve for drip-free performance
$145.00 /each
Color/Finish: Stainless Steel
  • Stainless Steel

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The American Standard Symphony Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet goes well with traditional and casual kitchens. This faucet has a swivel spout, pull-down spray that offers stream, spray and pause functions. It also features memory position valving that gives you water at your preferred temperature, as well as an ADA-approved lever handle.

  • Includes the faucet, mounting hardware, deck plate, 20 in. braided stainless steel supply lines and an illustrated instruction guide
  • 2-function spout for stream and spray with a pause feature for interrupting the water flow while moving the hand spray away from the sink area, ideal for watering a plant or filling a pot
  • High arc swivel spout enables you to reach every corner of your sink and accommodates large pots and pans
  • 1- or 3-hole installation
  • Ceramic disc valve for drip-free performance
  • Easy-to-use lever handle that is ADA-compliant
  • Durable construction
  • Limited lifetime warranty on the function and finish
  • How To Install a Single Handle Kitchen Faucet


  • Symphony Pull Down SS

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Can this do 1 hole installation?

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June 16, 2012
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San Diego, CA
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October 23, 2015
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Yes, it will work in a one hole sink.
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Houston, TX, USA
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February 18, 2014
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Absolutely. That was the main reason I picked this one.
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Austin, TX, USA
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February 7, 2014
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Yes you don't have to use the cover plate
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Orchard City, CO
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January 18, 2014
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Yes
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August 3, 2013
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yes you do not have to use the deck plate for one hole
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Braintree, MA, USA
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February 16, 2013
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Yes
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Elk Grove, CA, USA
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October 20, 2012
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Yes. The single flange nut with lock screws keeps the unit in place and all plumbing is within the central mounting tube meaning less holes to drill in granite counters.
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SUGAR LAND TX
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October 2, 2012
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YES, THERE IS AN BASEPLATE FOR 3 HOLE INSTALLATION. BUT IT WILL INSTALL IN ONE HOLE APPLICATION AS WELL
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Modesto, CA
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September 8, 2012
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Yes, our plumber did the one-hole installation for us on this one, and he installed the escutcheon that came with the faucet so as to cover the two holes that were predrilled into the tub. The unit feels very secure on the tub.
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June 18, 2012
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Yes, it can be installed without the escutcheon plate.
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how easy is it to install

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February 5, 2012
i have a double handled hot and cold this one is single does this make a difference in the installation process?
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San Diego, CA
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October 23, 2015
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Easy to install witht common tools, it took me about 45 mins total.
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Houston, TX, USA
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February 18, 2014
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You may need to use the three hole adapter that is included with the faucet .... but other than that it shouldn't make a difference. I found the faucet very easy to install compared to the Meon faucet it replaced.
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Austin, TX, USA
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February 7, 2014
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No the lines are there tighten them up. Push the handle back for hot forward for cold.
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August 3, 2013
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No it does not, you will just need to use the deck plate to cover the other two holes. I used plumbers putty on my deck plate.
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SUGAR LAND TX
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October 2, 2012
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THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS YOU HAVE TO USE THE INCLUDED BASEPLATE AND GASKET FOR THE 3 HOLE INSTALLATION
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Modesto, CA
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September 8, 2012
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Not necessarily. A single handle faucet still has two supplies hoses built in for both the hot and cold water. You should be able to connect the lines coming from your existing supplies into those of the new faucet.
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Cottonwood, AZ, USA
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April 10, 2012
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No it comes with an adaptwer to make it fit all applications.
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Simi Valley, CA, USA
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March 27, 2012
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No, it shouldn't. You'll just need to use the included base plate to cover the additional holes (assuming you have a 3 hole sink).
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March 24, 2012
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I had a double handle system also. The only problem I had was the water lines on the American Standard weren't quite long enough. I went back to Home Depot and bought 2 extention lines for it. Works beautifully. Looks great and my wife loves it.
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February 5, 2012
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The only difference might be how your water lines connect to your old faucet compared to this one. You can view the installation instructions at the American Standard website prior to your purchase to assist you in determining the easy of install.
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Can the valve handle be easily installed at the front?

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One of the customer photos shows the valve at the front instead of on the right side. Can this be done without some special tweaking by the installer? :-/ The install guide gives no such option. Seems like the front position could be a good idea, making the valve easier to reach.
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Houston, TX, USA
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February 18, 2014
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Yes.....you can have it point whichever direction you want. Just position it before you tighten the bracket under the sink.
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Austin, TX, USA
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February 7, 2014
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Yes just turn the knob anyway you want before you tighten it down
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Orchard City, CO
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January 18, 2014
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From what I have experienced (so far) with this faucet., you can position the water valve in any position. Whether it be on the right side (like the picture shows) or on the left. I would think positioning it in the front position would work as well. I personally have not positioned my faucet in the front but I instead, positioned it on the left side & it works! No leaks, no restrictions. No special Read More
From what I have experienced (so far) with this faucet., you can position the water valve in any position. Whether it be on the right side (like the picture shows) or on the left. I would think positioning it in the front position would work as well. I personally have not positioned my faucet in the front but I instead, positioned it on the left side & it works! No leaks, no restrictions. No special "tweaking" involved. Just loosen the underside of the faucet & have someone up on the top side turn the base where ever you want it & re-tighten the faucet from underside. Read Less
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August 7, 2013
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While it could be installed this way, a customers hand/arm could be within the water stream on the faucet, when turning on or off. American Standard recommends installing as shown on the installation instructions.
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August 6, 2013
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Yes You just have to turn it the direction you want before it is tightened down.
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HOW CAN I KEEP FAUCET TO ONE SIDE OF DOUBLE SINK DIVISION...IT STAYS IN THE CENTER AND SPLASHES ON THE SINK DIVIDER

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February 18, 2014
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I don't understand this question! My faucet easily moves from one sink to the other. "It stays in the center" doesn't apply to mine at all ..... it easily swivels left or right. I have NO idea what the issue is with yours.
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I have the same problem! Maybe perhaps wedge a toothpick in where the gooseneck is attached to the lower base & that would probably take care of that issue. Not that I would recommend doing that, but it's cheaply built & something has to keep that from happening. Besides that, it would look fairly tacky having a toothpick wedged in unless you wedge the TP on the back side of the faucet's gooseneck (where Read More
I have the same problem! Maybe perhaps wedge a toothpick in where the gooseneck is attached to the lower base & that would probably take care of that issue. Not that I would recommend doing that, but it's cheaply built & something has to keep that from happening. Besides that, it would look fairly tacky having a toothpick wedged in unless you wedge the TP on the back side of the faucet's gooseneck (where no one would see it). Read Less
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August 6, 2013
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The neck turns from side to side
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August 3, 2013
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I would check the lines at the bottom. Make sure nothing is holding them. If the lines are not hitting anything I dont see how the faucet would not stay to one side or the other. The base is not supposed to turn, which means the nut at the the bottom would not have anything to do with this. Hope this helps
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May 13, 2013
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You would need to physically move the body over to which side you need it to be on. The spout will swivel left to right when moved.
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Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 83 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Faucet & worst customer service!!! Don't buy!!! I bought this faucet for 3 years ago. Last week, it started leaking. These are the reasons why folks should not buy this product: 1. I had called the customer service. I was told it costs $14.99 for the cartridge. When I asked about the warranty, I was told to email a receipt (which I did). Only then was it going to be free. I had other faucets where the representative just mailed out the cartridge without any hassle. What am I going to do with a cartridge if I didn't purchase the faucet? 2. After I emailed receipt. I never heard a response. I am not sure what's happening. It's been 4 days. 3. While I was hoping for the cartridge to come, I opened the closet and see water puddle! The leak started INSIDE the hose and inwards flooding ALL my closet underneath the sink. 4. Now when I am de-installling, I can't get the 3 screws out. I used a screw extractor and the screw broke in half. Now I am getting a professional to remove the faucet. Overall it was a miserable experience when it breaks! DON"T BUY. STAY AWAY! June 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality I installed this myself in Oct 2013. The good points about this faucet were: It was an easy install. It didn't leak. The swivel didn't break So, unlike a lot of other negative reviews on here, I didn't have any trouble with any of the things listed above. The bad points are: Poor quality finish Inferior design The base plate corroded so bad after just 2 yrs that I decided to pull it out. Pulling it out turned into a nitemare because the mounting shaft is made from steel, NOT brass like most other decent quality faucets. The brass nut that is used to tighten the faucet to the sink deck was frozen on. I had to pull the entire sink out, then flip it upside down so i could get at the nut with a set of channel locks to loosen it. Look at the pictures of the corrosion and rust, totally unacceptable after only 2 yrs of light duty. October 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by good quality great faucet! Really good features. The base does not turn like the faucet replaced. I hand tightened the nut on the bottom, which is just fine -incase I ever want to remove it. The faucet has a rubber washer on the top and bottom of the sink and the nut to hold the faucet on to the sink has 3 screws on it to help push the rubber washers together to seal properly. I put plumbers putty under the deck plate in the little groove to make sure no water would get under it. The weight is small, if you need it heavier for your application then add a bigger weight or washers. I used the weight that was on my last faucet, because it was bigger, works just fine. August 3, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Love Love Love my new faucet I bought this faucet after reading several reviews on this website. The thought of changing it myself was daunting! I watched videos to prepare for the job. I chose this particular style because it has a little flare to it, not too modern looking. The stainless finish is so nice! No fingerprints!! I'm not going to get into a lot of detail about the mechanics of the faucet because I ended up having a friend do the install with me as the job foreman : ) It went so smoothly. The hardest part was figuring out how to get my old pull out faucet removed. It took about an hour. NO leaks no spills. I love this product. I bought mine at the local HD and there were a couple finish options which was great! All in all this was a wonderful experience for a fairly new DIYer. I think i'll work on some new door knobs next! March 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Design flaw Three days after installing this faucet the pressure dropped. I unscrewed the head and cleaned out the pieces of rubber in the screen. When I attempted to screw the head back on the metal piece attached to the hose retreated into the neck. It won't come back out. I can't screw the head back on the neck. My new faucet is now useless. November 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Started leaking after 7 months! I thought that this faucet was an amazing deal, especially for price. Although the pull out handle had a way of popping out about 1" every time we turned the faucet on and off, we were able to overlook this because the faucet looked so good in our kitchen. We've had it installed for about 7.5 month now, the the faucet started leaking right around the pull out handle! It's right where the polished nickel faucet heat joins into the flexible rubber tubing. As far I can tell, this is not something that can be fixed, which means that we will be replacing this soon. Water sprays out at you (not in a good way!) every time you turn it on. You can't use the pull out handle functionally (unless you also want a shower in the process). I am very disappointed. November 24, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by They do not provide parts for broken pieces The hose was bent and needed replaced. When I looked online it said "We're sorry, we are not offering parts for this product anymore". It is 15 months old. November 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great price for a good faucet Easy to install very stylish quality and price a plus June 15, 2014
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