Model # 0406008EC.222

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American Standard Tropic Round EverClean Bathroom Sink in Linen-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued American Standard

Tropic Round EverClean Bathroom Sink in Linen-DISCONTINUED

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Product Overview

Engineered to be both beautiful and durable, American Standard bathroom sinks gracefully face everyday use. Our bathroom sinks come in a variety of styles and installations to match any lifestyle.

  • EverClean surface inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew
  • Contemporary style coordinates with Tropic Cadet 3 toilets
  • 8" center faucet holes widespread faucet applications
  • Cut-out template supplied for easier installation

Specifications

Dimensions

Cut-Out Below Counter Depth (in.)
18.625
Cut-Out Front to Back Width (in.)
6.875 in
Cut-Out Left to Right Length (in.)
18.625 in
Inner bowl front to back length (in.)
13.5
Inner bowl side to side width (in.)
17.5

Details

Color Family
Brown
Color/Finish
Linen
Faucet Hole Spacing (in.)
8 in. Widespread
Features
Predrilled Holes
Material
Ceramic
Overflow location
Back
Product Weight (lb.)
20.5lb
Returnable
90-Day
Shape
Round

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited 1-year

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Customer Questions & Answers

How tight are you supposed to tighten the drain seal nut? I have a new standard 19" round drop in porcelin sink and a new drain but I can't get it stopped from leaking. It had a good sized dent and bump in the seal area so I filed off the bump but ther...

How tight are you supposed to tighten the drain seal nut? I have a new standard 19" round drop in porcelin sink and a new drain but I can't get it stopped from leaking. It had a good sized dent and bump in the seal area so I filed off the bump but there's nothing I can do about the dent. Got any suggestions? Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
The use of plumber's putty may stop the leak however if this is not effective, you may want to consider returning the unit for an exchange.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2013-10-22
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