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Glacier Bay

Model # 86CR211WFSOLFHD

Internet # 203005037

Store SKU # 654181

Store SO SKU # 1000901895

Kiso Single Hole 1-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Chrome

$83.00 /each
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Product Overview

The Glacier Bay Kiso Single Hole 1-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Chrome has a modern design that will complement a variety of contemporary bathroom decor. Single-handled for easy use, ceramic valves help ensure drip-free performance, while the low-arc spout offers a compact design. Finished in a bright, tarnish-free chrome for lasting durability, pair with other pieces from the Kiso collection for a complete and polished look. Limited Lifetime Warranty.

  • Single-handle setup for easy use
  • Low-arc spout offers a compact design
  • Tarnish-free chrome finish ensures lasting quality
  • Ceramic disk valving helps ensure leak-free performance
  • ADA-compliant lever handles
  • Includes optional deck plate to cover up unused holes

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Specifications

Dimensions

Connection size (in.) 
3/8 In. 
Spout height (in.) 
3.504 

Details

Bath Faucet Type 
Single Hole 
Color Family 
Chrome 
Color/Finish 
Chrome 
Faucet type 
Bath Faucet 
Features 
Ceramic Disk Valves 
Flow rate (gallons per minute) 
1.5 
Handle type 
Lever 
Included Components 
Drain,Handles,Separate deck plate 
Installation Type 
Single Hole 
Number of Faucet Handles 
Single Handle 
Number of Faucet Holes Required 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Spout Reach (in.) 
Spout Type 
Low Arc 
Touchless/Touch On 
Neither 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
ADA Compliant 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Lifetime 

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How does one take this apart?

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mexico
October 31, 2012
Flow has reduced through the faucet. Figure it just needs taking apart. I can figure this out, but a simple exploded view and list of tips on how to do this would be helpful. Believe this was in the paperwork that shipped with the unit which I have misplaced
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July 16, 2016
Answer: 
WAIT. Before taking off the top end some "similar models" have screens underneath. If it has copper metal inlets for hot and cold under the unit some do have screens. I took the entire top end off and found nothing in my similar unit. I did however find those screens clogged underneath. Works great now. Hope this helps
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March 22, 2015
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Instructions are in the attached photo. The nut (1) just pops out. The screw (2) needs removed with a 2.5mm hex wrench. Cap (4) just unscrews, and the retainer nut (5) needs removed (and later replaced) using a wrench. It will leak if you don't use a wrench to tighten it when you put it back together.
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mexico
November 2, 2012
Answer: 
turn off water
plug drain to keep from losing parts
remove snap-in cap on back of handle exposing ~3/32" set screw
loosen set screw just enough to be able to remove handle
remove large chrome locknut/bezel around valve cartridge. should be a hand tight fit, if not use non marring pliers or a rubber glove to grip.
remove large brass nut to remove cartridge
the valve body has three water passages that form
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turn off water
plug drain to keep from losing parts
remove snap-in cap on back of handle exposing ~3/32" set screw
loosen set screw just enough to be able to remove handle
remove large chrome locknut/bezel around valve cartridge. should be a hand tight fit, if not use non marring pliers or a rubber glove to grip.
remove large brass nut to remove cartridge
the valve body has three water passages that form a triangle
the front two are the hot & cold entrances, and the back one is the exit
the exit passage is where some debris had lodged in my case
I recommend clearing debris with a plastic tool to avoid damaging ceramic/plastic/metal parts
replace cartridge being sure that the two locating pins in the lower cartridge face seat enter in their holes in the valve body
good time to gently clean off the chrome parts around their mating surfaces where scale tends to accumulate
reassemble gently. avoid crushing the cartridge with the brass nut or marring the chrome locknut or making it difficult to remove in the future.
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November 1, 2012
Answer: 
Hi, FHC.
That is a great question for the tech support team who can talk you through the process or mail/email you a blow out/instructions as well (1-866-863-9931). They will be able to look up the product with your model number & advise on this.
Thank you for reaching out.
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I need longer hoses.

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Chicago
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August 30, 2014
I purchased this faucet and the water supply hoses are to short, are there extension or longer replacement hoses i can purchase and what are the part numbers?
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Spokane, WA
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August 18, 2015
Answer: 
I had the same issue. Measure the length of supply line needed. The go to the Home Depot or local hard ware store and get adapter to fit the existing supply lines and the extension supply line. Purchase the length of supple needed for your install and hook them together. I took the faucet into the local hard ware store and got want I needed.
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September 29, 2014
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Yes. You need a male-to-male connector and another braided line. I ran into the same problem. I don't have my receipt with me so I can't give you the part numbers. Go back to the store and get a knowledgeable associate or supervisor to assist you. Show them the faucet you purchased and have them open it up (which they will do). They will be able to advise you which hose and connector to buy. Don't forget Read More
Yes. You need a male-to-male connector and another braided line. I ran into the same problem. I don't have my receipt with me so I can't give you the part numbers. Go back to the store and get a knowledgeable associate or supervisor to assist you. Show them the faucet you purchased and have them open it up (which they will do). They will be able to advise you which hose and connector to buy. Don't forget to buy plumber's tape as well. Wrap the connector on both sides. Read Less
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September 18, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our many specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Does this faucet come with a pop up?

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February 18, 2013
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November 4, 2015
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Yes.
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June 17, 2014
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Yes, the faucet comes as a kit which comes with a matching finish pop-up assembly. ..looks good installed:-)
Cheers
note that the drain parts are grey plastic but the visible siink side parts have the metalic finish.
Glacier Bay I think has nice devices. ..
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Yes, this item does come with a drain/pop up assembly.
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does this faucet have a strainer?

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January 22, 2016
The faucet stopped working (allowing water to flow) a couple of seconds after turning back on the water. i am assuming that there was sediment that dislodged from the pipes and trapped themselves in the faucet. As far as I can tell, there is no way to get to a strainer (if the faucet even has one) to clear it so the water will pass through. No schematic was included in the instructions as to how to dismantle the unit to get to the clog. Major fair in engineering for a cool looking faucet. Any ideas?
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NO
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February 9, 2016
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No, this model does not have a strainer.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect with my vessel sink Super simple to install. Looks and works great! Just the look for my bathroom remodel. May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Junk is the best way to tell you what you would be buying !!! I installed this unit about a year ago water coming from it comes out so fast and at wrong angle that it go's everywhere ,yet not fast enough to rinse a razor off funny . The finish is coming off already one years time , Now both Hot and cold are plugged up running really slow so there must be hidden screen or something ? I hate to say it if I have to remove or repair a unit in one years time I 86 it two thumbs down on this one I am taking it back to the store ...... March 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great upgrade Recently updated the bath this elegant and sleek faucet added just the right touch. March 3, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Faucet, Poor Directions The faucet looks great. I think it pared with my overal bathroom well. The reason why I am giving this a 3/5 is because the directions and installation were garbage. First, the hoses were barely long enough. Luckily (or unluckily) I knocked off the cold water valve and had to replace it. During the process of replacing that, I was able to get it to face in just the right direction for the hose to reach. 2nd, I had better luck with directions from Ikea than what I got from these. I never installed a faucet. I had an extra foam washer that wasn't listed. I had to look at a picture and still don't know if I put it on right. The picture was for the stopper installation, not the actual drain installation. I wasn't sure how much to screw. I actually screwed a piece on so tight I broke the drain. I had to start all over and that's when I figured out where this foam piece was supposed to go. The drain is plastic (hence why I broke it). They could have used a better material. BTW, I first didn't know I was even supposed to screw the rubber piece into the sink. Figured that out on youtube. Lastly the stopper is too small. I had to buy another one. It's as if Glacier Bay insisted that a nice looking faucet needed extra expenses. I actually tried to figure out the stopper for hours because I refused to believe they would put one in the box that was too short. I even looked at youtube videos for that too to make sure I was doing it right. I gave up. Both faucets had stoppers that were too small. They need a quality control check before they send stuff out. I spent hours doing this simply because the directions were trash and so was the stopper. Glacier Bay, not everyone who installs your products are professional plumbers. People who read directions usually need them, how about you make them more clear. March 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy. Did not come with the right parts. Wasted a couple hours trying to figure out what was wrong with the dumb thing. Incredibly complicated, with tons of pieces, for a faucet. Buy something else. January 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly the features I wanted. I redecorated my bathroom in an outhouse theme. When I saw this faucet, it reminded me of an outside pump from the old days (except that it is much more beautiful and functional) which seemed to fit perfectly with my theme. Everyone who sees it thinks it's great! I couldn't be more pleased and it makes me smile every time I use it. :) February 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by nice faucet With standard tolls installation was much easier than removing the old part...went in easy and looks great June 17, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by overpriced junk from Italy (so they say) The claim on the box is Italy, land of Ferrari's and pizza. I thought it would be high quality under $100. I was dead wrong. After installing an well known American faucet that did cost $40 more, I went to the next bath room to install 2 of these in a double vanity. Initial look and quality seemed good. The I started the install. First lines where too short. Yes I had a 34" vanity instead of a 32" but the lines where 8" short and my water supply is per code. This is a joke. Everything outside of the actual faucet is cheap plastic. I had to run an extension tailpipe for the p-trap because they couldn't spare a few pennies to make a decent length tailpipe. It is plastic for God's sake. If it was too long you can always cut is with ease. Overall opinion is that this is a cheap pain in the you know what. Installation time was considerably longer even if the lines and drain were adequate length. The outside looks great, the inside is garbage. That is why real pizza is American and not Italian junk. November 23, 2015
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