Model # F-036-CL4S

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Pfister Harbor High-Arc 2-Handle Standard Kitchen Faucet in Stainless Steel
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Harbor High-Arc 2-Handle Standard Kitchen Faucet in Stainless Steel

  • Includes a coordinating side spray
  • Advanced Pforever Seal technology to prevent leaking
  • 4-hole installation
$98.00 /each
Color/Finish: Stainless Steel
  • Polished Chrome
  • Stainless Steel

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The Harbor 2-Handle Kitchen Faucet in Stainless Steel has a classic and timeless design. Its high arc spout provides added clearance. Its Pforever Seal advanced ceramic disc valve technology gives you a never-leak guarantee.

  • Pforever Seal advanced ceramic disc valve technology for a never-leak guarantee
  • Meets NSF low lead standards
  • Includes a coordinating side spray
  • ADA-compliant
  • Dual lever handles for ease of use
  • 4-hole installation
  • High arc spout for added clearance
  • Pforever Warranty covering the finish and function for life
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Not available for sale in California

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Need aerator for this faucet. Lost mine. Where can I get one?

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Attachment for portable dishwasher
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October 17, 2016
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It's not a standard aerator so you'll need to go to the manufacturer. Here's a link to their customer service. Good luck! http://www.pfisterfaucets.com/support/
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October 14, 2016
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Pfister Model # F-036-CL4S aerator part # is 941-128s and is 3/4" diameter x 27 TPI. Please contact or visit Home Depot special order counter for pricing and availability.
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How do I remove the spout?

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May 29, 2016
I need to replace the diverter valve, but can't figure out how to remove the high-arc spout, so that I can get to it. I have tried unscrewing the lower portion, but I can't budge it and am afraid to apply a lot of force to it if it isn't meant to be unscrewed.
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May 31, 2016
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For Pfister Model # F-036-CL4S technical support please contact Pfister at 1-800-732-8238.
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how to removed stripped screw that holds the handle? what size of screw?

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April 3, 2016
Tried to remove the screw that holds the handle but it is stuck, now screw is stripped how to remove the screw. Where to buy the screw and what size? What parts to replace, the unit is leaking after 5 years.
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April 4, 2016
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Hello Dan,
To remove the stripped screw I suggest using a screw extractor. The extractor allows you to drill into the stripped screw head and then turn the problem screw.
The screws I have encountered have been #6 or #8 machine screws in most cases.The company DANCO makes a small kit of replacement handle screws that may be helpful. I've included links to both items below. I hope this helps.
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Hello Dan,
To remove the stripped screw I suggest using a screw extractor. The extractor allows you to drill into the stripped screw head and then turn the problem screw.
The screws I have encountered have been #6 or #8 machine screws in most cases.The company DANCO makes a small kit of replacement handle screws that may be helpful. I've included links to both items below. I hope this helps.
Screw Extractor:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Ontel-Speed-Out-Speed-Out-Screw-Extractor-4-Piece-1000264/205110987
DANCO Handle Screw Kit:
http://www.homedepot.com/p/DANCO-Handle-Screw-Kit-in-Chrome-10-Pack-88356/203193832
Cheers,
Chris
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How can I get instructions on how to fix a constant drip in my Pfister Harbor Kitchen Faucet?

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November 9, 2015
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Nothing hard about it. Turn off water. remove handles with screwdriver. Take out guts with a adjustable wrench. Go to home depot ,get new one. There are lots of them, so ask them to help and I didn;t even need to look. Got what I neeeded. Put in faucet new guts and tighten with wrench ,put handle back on. Put screws back in handle and tighten. Done. I just did mine.
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Pfister supports a lifetime warranty for most parts and defects. Please contact Pfister Consumer Service at 1-800-732-8238 for troubleshooting support and warranty replacement parts.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 114 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by My original faucet had been installed 20 years and had rubber washers in it. Had to replace them once maybe twice. The stems in this started leaking cause it to drip after 9 months. Price Pfister sent me new ones under warranty which started dripping again after 9 months or so. Replacement stems cost $8, they have ceramic parts so you can't fix it. It installed easy but will not last due to the design of the stems which leak within a year. The hot water stem leaks first for some reason. October 24, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Disapointed with spray hose base not being metal The main unit is quite good, but the plastic parts make this much less of a bargain, especially the base for the spray hose. This needs to be able to withstand the forces of the hose sliding through it, and it does not. It broke within a week of being installed, because it is plastic. The only reason I still rate this as average, is because the main unit works well and I see most other brands units in the same price range have the same plastic construction in places that should be metal. March 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by really nice faucet I bought this faucet in 2005. This week I needed to fix a dripping problem. Went to home depot got new stem, easily replaced and back to normal in 15 min. Don't know why everyone is having so much trouble, but mine is 10 years old and still looks like new. I am female and I replaced it on my own. Someone said parts only available online. But home depot had all I needed to fix. No problem with my faucet and I am happy with the product. If you want to pay 600 for a faucet you may still have problems. Phister is no worse then delta or moen. Depends who you talk to. So I can not say anything bad. November 9, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy! Within two months, the water pressure dwindled down to almost nothing. Lifetime warranty means getting new catridges every two months to keep the water running. Who wants to fix their faucet every two months? Spend $20 more and get the Delta Verrona February 1, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Looks great, but didn't last long First, let me start by saying that I have bought quite a few Price Pfister plumbing fixtures over the years and most have been good purchases. This one has been a huge disappointment. I installed one of these in my rental about 4 years ago. Looked great and made the kitchen look much better. A few months later, my tenant was complaining about a leaking sprayer. The housing cracked and would spray a fine mist toward the wall - I bought a new sprayer and at least that part was fixed. A few months later, she complained about low water flow on the hot side. Okay, took the faucet apart and found out there was some sediment which was blocking the flow of water. Cleared it and it worked fine. A few weeks later, water is leaking from under the plastic base! THAT'S IT! I tore it out and bought a cheapo replacement faucet. All the other stores were closed, so I bought it at the 24 hours "everything we sell is cheap, low quality" discount store. The replacement faucet looks much cheaper, however it works. That was over three years ago and no problems. A couple years ago, the faucet at my sister's rental had the same problem - she bought her's about a year after I bought mine. Same problems, cracked sprayer, clogged hot water line and then leaking from under the plastic base. I helped her replace her faucet with a different new one. I have five rentals and the two that I installed Price Pfister kitchen faucets are the only ones I've had to replace. I am disappointed. February 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Defective faucet Purchased this faucet one year ago when the kitchen was remodeled. Within 9 months we began to loose water pressure. after many calls to Home Depot, and reading all of the review it appears that the manufacture is aware of the flaws and state the regular maintenance by a professional is required. So the faucet cost less than $100.00 but the plumber is $125.00 so the first year I have spent $225.00 for a defective product and they expect you to continue to pay the plumber fee for how many years you want to put up with the defect. I recommend you take the product back to HOME DEPOT if you have your receipt and request a store credit and purchase a Delta, Moen anything but this faucet. May 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Fail Bought this unit about 3 years ago. 7 months ago we had to replace the handheld sprayer which had been leaking terribly. Now we have to replace the faucet portion because our water pressure slowed to a trickle -- it apparently clogged up with sediment? I don't get it. We have a filtered water system. Must be very sensitive. Also, the sprayer was annoyingly NOT flexible unless you ran hot water through it for several seconds. The generic replacement we bought was so much more flexible and nice to use. I plan to upgrade to a similar style Moen faucet that has high reviews. February 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Problematic from the start I usually don't write a review first thing. I give the product a chance just in case there are things that can be fixed or replaced. I think this gives the manufacturer half a chance and isn't unfair. But this faucet assembly is one of the poorest. I got rid of a Price Pfister that started leaking at the base and replaced it with this one. From day one, the water pressure has diminished to a point of slow trickle now. The aerator is fine. This has blockage in both handles and has gotten steadily worse. I assume it can be fixed as long as I buy all new assemblies for both hot and cold sides but it isn't going to happen. I don't recommend this faucet on a good day. May 11, 2014
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