0650053000696

Glacier Bay

Model # USCR216RMH

Internet # 100435779

Leonardo 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Chrome

$49.00 /each
  • WaterSense certified for efficient water usage
  • ADA compliant for safe, easy use

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Model # USCR216RMH

Internet # 100435779

The Leonardo 2-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet from Glacier Bay is sleek, durable and equipped with ceramic disc valves to prevent drips. This WaterSense certified faucet features a 2-handle style for easy operation, while the low-arc spout offers convenient access in an ADA-compliant design. Finished in elegant chrome, the faucet offers a connection size of 3/8 in. for easy installation with two faucet holes.

  • 2-handle style offers precise temperature control
  • Low-arc spout has a height of 2 in. for a subtle profile
  • Solid brass construction for durability
  • Chrome finish adds a sleek look to your bathroom
  • Ceramic disc 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
  • 3/8 in. connection size for easy, 2-hole installation
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • How To Install a Centerset Faucet

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Connection size (in.) 
3/8 In. 
Spout height (in.) 
Details
Color Family 
Chrome 
Color/Finish 
Chrome 
Features 
Ceramic Disk Valves 
Flow rate (gallons per minute) 
2.2 
Handle type 
Lever 
Included Components 
Handles,Drain 
Installation Type 
4" Centerset 
Number of Faucet Handles 
Double Handle 
Number of Faucet Holes Required 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Spout Reach (in.) 
4.04 
Spout Type 
Stationary 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
ADA Compliant 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited Lifetime Warranty 

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Brand: Glacier Bay
Color Family: Chrome
Price: $40 - $50
Number of Faucet Handles: Double Handle
Number of Faucet Holes Required: 3
Features: Ceramic Disk Valves
Spout Type: Stationary
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Leonardo 4 in. Centerset 2-Handle Low-Arc Bathroom Faucet in Chrome
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How do I remove the handles to repair a leak?

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Herb
May 11, 2012
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Asked by
NYC
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July 8, 2015
Answer: 
You risk breaking the cartridge if you try to pry off the handle. I had the cartridge snap on me while trying to remove the handle. This is a MAJOR design flaw of this faucet.
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July 3, 2014
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The handles are friction fit (pressed on). Carefully pry the handle straight up while wiggling it a little. It should not take much force to pull off.
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kiki
South Carolina
July 24, 2013
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1) PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE FAUCET THAT THE HANDLES LIFT STREIGHT OFF (NO SCREWS)
2)CALL THE COMPANY FIRST AND ORDER THE CARTRIDGES
866-863-9931 OR 877-527-0313 THEN OPTION 3
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March 3, 2013
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Lift straight up. No set screws.
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January 16, 2013
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Grab the handle near the 90-degree bend, an pull up firmly. The handle should lift right off. If it doesn't, it could be corroded underneath. In this case, try prying gently between the base of the handle and the faucet body. Use a cloth to cover your tool and protect the finish.
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kiki
South Carolina
January 16, 2013
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The handles POP OFF. No screws needed for the handles.
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kiki
South Carolina
January 16, 2013
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I AM SORRY TO SAY BUT THE PERSON WHO PREVIUSLY ANSWERED THIS QUESTION WAS WRONG. These handles for the glacier bay SKU #164-893 Chrome faucet simply pop off. There are no screws on these handles.
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KIKI
South Carolina, USA
January 16, 2013
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although alot of faucets look a lot alike if it is this exact one the handles pull right off. No screws on the handles. IF YOURS HAS SCREWS IT IS NOT THE SAME AS MINE !!
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SteelToes
Chicago IL
May 14, 2012
Answer: 
Hello and thank you for your question.
Herb these handles are removed by unscrewing the set screw located on the back of the actual handle.To remove the set screw you are going to need a hex Allen wrench.
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Are parts available to repair product? Part # 650053000696

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June 9, 2013
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kiki
South Carolina
July 24, 2013
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YES THEY ARE THE SKU # 164-893
CALL 866-863-9931 OR
877-527-0313 THEN OPTION 3
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South Carolina, USA
June 11, 2013
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Please make sure your faucets handles pop off without any screws. If they do then yes parts are available. call 866-863-1500 Chrome faucet sku # is 164-893
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June 10, 2013
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This faucet comes with a lifetime warranty. I've gotten needed parts by calling 866-863-9931. You'll the SKU or model #: Model # USCR216RMH, Store SKU # 164893.
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what is the sku for the glacier bay LEONARDO 4 inch centerset 2 handle low arc bathroom faucet in chrome

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fullerton Ca.
July 18, 2013
i need a replacement stem for the cold water on the faucet. I need to call the manufacturer to get a replacement part.i read on this site that there is a lifetime warranty on this product.
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July 24, 2013
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THE SKU IS 164-893
YOU CAN CALL 866-863-9931 OR 877-527-0313 THEN OPTION 3
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July 19, 2013
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The SKU number for this model is 164-893. You can order replacement parts by calling the parts line at 866-863-9931. Thanks for reaching out.
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How do I remove handles in order to replace the cartridges?

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Model # 164-893p. Thereare no hex screws to loosen on the handles.
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the handles lift straight up. Use small putty knife to pry between handle and faucet body. There are no screws holding handle in place
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Worked okay I bought this a few years ago and it worked great. Easy to install and we loved the upgrade. Little did i know that the inside had a bunch of plastic. As others mentioned, it gets a leak around the cold handle regardless of using hot or cold. Then it kept leaking water all the time. I pushed a little on the handle and it snapped!!! Yup, got water on the ceiling. Lol. May 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Quality faucet A beautiful looking faucet and well constructed. The hot water cartridge started dripping after 2 years but the company sent out replacement cartridges after I called for help. May 23, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Pop up assembly too short Just installed this past weekend by my plumber. So far so good. However, plumber said pop up assembly too short. He couldn't install and currently no way to hold water in bowl. My case number is 1877790 with Glacier Bay. May 11, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bad drain parts The faucet itself is great, but the drain parts that came with it fell apart immediately. I had to use the old parts for the drain. May 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A "Real" Faucet ... Had to buy a faucet to install a new spray handle kit because my old faucet aerator was too recessed for the application. This faucet was an easy install, and the spray handle kit fit nice and snug; no leaks. I bought another one to match. So far, no problems to report. I don't recall any non-metallic parts on the body or the handles. That's why I call it a real faucet. Nice chrome finish makes for easy cleaning; just spray and wipe clean. Handles move with ease. This faucet looks nice and is affordable without sacrificing on quality. It may not be "chic" or "trending" (so many buzzwords these days...), but it's really nice and affordable. People want what they want, but I see these possibly outlasting most faucets on the shelf... and they cost much less. Hope this helps. January 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Fair Quality Just replaced 2 of these. One had chrome flaking off the back side. It had been doing that for several years, but since it was on the back I just ignored it because it still operated fine. The other began leaking up through the stem of the cold water cartridge. That was enough to get me to replace them with a better rep. brand. July 3, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This Faucet is a pain This product was unnecessarily complicated to install and the stopper for the sink didn't work, had to use aftermarket stopper to finish the job, won't buy this again. It was time consuming and time wasting. I shouldn't have to hire a licensed plumber to change a bathroom faucet. It is not normally a complicated job. It is a very attractive and seemingly well built faucet but these faucet companies try to get too clever and put something "new and exciting" or "convenient" in their products. All I want is well built, dependable and reasonably attractive. The stoppers and the cut offs all do the same thing they have been doing for years. Just leave them alone and keep it simple and deliver us an easy out, easy in faucet at a reasonable price. Is that too much to ask? June 16, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Could have been a contender My aunt's faucet was leaking and corroded so we ran to HD to pick up a faucet. This one looked like a good value. It is all metal unlike other faucets that are chrome plated plastic. It also didn't use the old fashion washer systems that always leak after a few years of use. After about 4 years of use the cold water started to leak a tiny bit. I thought to myself, not a big deal. We can take it apart and if an o ring is bad. That's when the problems first started. I went to HD to ask about replacement parts and the guy in the plumbing section told me they don't sell parts for their Glacier Bay faucets. I decided to take the faucet apart to see if I could spot the problem and come up with my own fix. That's where I encounted the next major problem. Unlike other faucets the handles are not meant to be easily removed. There is no screw holding the handles on. They must have been press fit in place. I tried to unscrew the handle and the whole cartridge came out with the handle. I quickly turned off the water and looked at the cartridge. One o-ring was obviously ripped, so I tried to get a replacement. Unfortunately HD did not have an exact match. I tried the o ring the guy in the store recommended, but it did not work. The drip persisted. I tried to take it apart to see if there were other broken o rings. When I tried, the entire plastic cartridge broke apart. Basically, this could have been a great faucet had HD not cheaped out on the design. A classic case of planned obsolescence. They want you to buy a new faucet when the old one has a minor problem. Now I have to deal with HD to see if they will replace the broken parts. In the mean time I ran out and bought a Delta brand faucet since I know they build quality faucets. July 8, 2015
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