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Glacier Bay

Model FW0C4100CP

Internet #202071022

Store SKU #478405

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Dorset 8 in. Widespread 2-Handle High-Arc Bathroom Faucet with Pop-Up Assembly in Chrome

$74.00 /each
  • Available exclusively at The Home Depot
  • WaterSense certified to help conserve water

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The Dorset 2-Handle High-Arc Bathroom Faucet from Glacier Bay features a sleek and contemporary design that complements a wide variety of decor styles. WaterSense certified, this faucet has a 1.5 GPM water flow rate to help conserve water and ceramic valves to prevent drips. The 2-handle design and high-arc spout provide easy use and access, while the 1/2 in. connection size and deck-plate mount allow for easy installation. Pair with other pieces from the Dorset collection for a complete and polished look throughout your bathroom.

  • Dual-control handles precisely adjust water volume and temperature
  • High-arc spout with NEOPERL EZ clean aerator has a height of 9-7/16 in. for easy access
  • Bright chrome finish offers long-lasting durability
  • Ceramic disk valves help prevent drips
  • WaterSense certified to help reduce water use without sacrificing performance
  • 1.5 GPM water flow rate helps conserve water
  • ADA compliant for safety and ease of use
  • Pop-up drain assembly included for convenience
  • Non deck-plate mount for easy, 3-hole installation with 1/2 in. connection
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Easy clean aerator
  • How To Install a Widespread Faucet

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Do I need to purchase supply lines and hardware to install in a new bathroom?

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September 15, 2015
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IT comes with the tubes that connect the unit to the hot water and cold water, and all the appropriate hardware/attachments for a standard sink. What you will need is all your piping for water exit from the sink.
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This kit comes with everything except the sink install tool. The supply lines will need to be purchased if not on the wall already. Usually you have a male end with a knob sticking out of the wall. Supply lines tie the wall connection to the faucet if not already there. If you need to buy supply lines, I would suggest you pick up the supply lines at the same time you pick up the faucet as there are Read More
This kit comes with everything except the sink install tool. The supply lines will need to be purchased if not on the wall already. Usually you have a male end with a knob sticking out of the wall. Supply lines tie the wall connection to the faucet if not already there. If you need to buy supply lines, I would suggest you pick up the supply lines at the same time you pick up the faucet as there are several different types of sizes. Make sure you know what size is coming out of the wall. If its male or female too.
Not good to get home and the lines don't hook into the wall or the faucet.
Install is simple though. Make sure you have pipe dope (or Teflon tape) so you can keep leaks to a minimum. This one is easy to forget if you haven't done this before.
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San Antonio, TX
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March 16, 2014
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Yes and no. You'll need the lines from the plumbing to the handles, but the lines that connect the handles to the faucet is provided.
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February 25, 2014
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No it comes with
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Los Angeles, CA, USA
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September 1, 2013
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If your supply lines are 1/2", you can re-use them to install this faucet. If you install the drain, you'll need silicone sealant. No additional hardware is needed to install the faucet. To install the faucet, you'll need a couple of adjustable wrenches or channel lock pliers, and a Philips screwdriver. To install the handles, the collar underneath the sink holds up a wide rubber washer attached to steel Read More
If your supply lines are 1/2", you can re-use them to install this faucet. If you install the drain, you'll need silicone sealant. No additional hardware is needed to install the faucet. To install the faucet, you'll need a couple of adjustable wrenches or channel lock pliers, and a Philips screwdriver. To install the handles, the collar underneath the sink holds up a wide rubber washer attached to steel washer. On this collar are two set screws (that's what the screwdriver is for) for finally tightening of the steel washer against the rubber washer and bottom of the sink. Read Less
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January 30, 2013
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Yes,
The item is only packaged with the faucet and dirctions to install.
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Can I use this faucet for a tub, there is a ten inch space between the handles.

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November 16, 2012
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The spout and the two knobs are not attached, you can space them out as much as you want. BUT the water tubes that come with the faucet are a standard sink length, you would need to purchase new tubing for a tub. Also, the amount of water pressure that comes out is more sink appropriate, you can remove the attachment that 'diffuses' the water and you may get a more powerful stream. Lastly, if to close Read More
The spout and the two knobs are not attached, you can space them out as much as you want. BUT the water tubes that come with the faucet are a standard sink length, you would need to purchase new tubing for a tub. Also, the amount of water pressure that comes out is more sink appropriate, you can remove the attachment that 'diffuses' the water and you may get a more powerful stream. Lastly, if to close your tub you usually do that at the faucet level, instead of by hand at the drain hole, you might need to change this configuration. Other than that you could most likely do it with a few minor adjustments. Read Less
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Technically yes.... It will look significantly smaller than other tub faucets though.
Not sure where the holes are drilled on your tub. I would measure the holes (on center) and compare to the box. Supply lines might be different too. Depends on who put it in and how they did it. Keep the receipt in case it doesn't work and see if it fits and looks the way you want. Ask the wife too... It might look good
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Technically yes.... It will look significantly smaller than other tub faucets though.
Not sure where the holes are drilled on your tub. I would measure the holes (on center) and compare to the box. Supply lines might be different too. Depends on who put it in and how they did it. Keep the receipt in case it doesn't work and see if it fits and looks the way you want. Ask the wife too... It might look good to you but she may not think so... always best that both of you are happy.
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Sure, but the water volume when the handle valves are wide open is going to make for a long wait to fill that tub.
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November 19, 2012
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Hi Doug,
The maximum spread for this faucet is 8 inches on center. If the faucet on your tub has a ten inch spread, this faucet will not fit.
In addition tub faucets offer greater flow than a sink faucet. If this faucet is mounted on a tub it would take quite a while to fill it.
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How long is the spout reach?

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July 26, 2016
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The forwardmost edge of the spout is 6.75" from the main unit.
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May 31, 2016
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Thank you for your question, the spout reach is 6 5/8". There is a specifications document on The Home Depot's product page for this item at this link ... http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/c7/c7a17b82-a8d3-436c-a3bf-d9c6fe650a7b.pdf .
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May 12, 2016
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This has a spout reach of 10.5 inches.
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does the spout swivel?

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No,not unless you don't tighten it enough!
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December 19, 2014
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Thank you for your question. This bathroom faucet does not swivel.
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No, It does not.
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