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Old 07-01-2020, 01:26 PM   #1
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Need Faucet Guru

Hi,
I've got a 2011 25' International Serenity FB. I did a poor job winterizing, and cracked the inner plastic sleeve of my galley faucet sprayer.
The problem is, I can't find any identifying marks on the faucet anywhere, and I can't figure out who the manufacturer is.
Any ideas?
TIA.
Mike
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Old 07-01-2020, 01:33 PM   #2
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That is a Moen logo on the faucet.
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Old 07-01-2020, 01:46 PM   #3
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Not easy to replace the whole faucet, but no harder than replacing a home faucet. Buy whatever kind you like if you can't get replacement parts.
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Many of the major faucet suppliers offer lifetime warranties on their hardware. If you can identify the maker, reach out to their customer service department and ask for a replacement. I've done this with both Kohler and Moen units, and I've received a "free" replacement fixture within a week or so. I expect other makers may have similar warranty.
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Old 07-01-2020, 02:40 PM   #5
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I was about to suggest using the “Parts Book” for your year/model on the Airstream website. It us under Owners menu, then “Product Manual”. But the parts manuals are useful for many items, and less so for others. I didn’t find your kitchen faucet described very well in the manual. But going to Inland RV, it looks from the picture you posted that you have the bronze version of this faucet:
Single Handle Pull-out Faucet
Recommended Use: Kitchen
Type: Single Piece 8 Inch Deck Mount
Size (IN): 10 Inch
Spout Type: Pull Out Spout
Handle Type: Lever
Number of Handles: Single Lever Handle
Number Of Faucet Holes: 1 Hole/ 3 Hole
Finish: Chrome Plated
Material: Plastic Polymer Infused With Powdered Metal
Valve Type: Ceramic Disc Valve
Features
59 Inch Pull Out Hose With Spray Or Stream
Ceramic Disc Valve
Hybrid Shield And Underbody
Brass Or Polymer Shanks
Color Option *
Chrome
Brushed Nickel (+$30.00)
Rubbed Bronze (+$40.00)
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My Google-fu is weak today.
I also thought Airstream used Moen rally faucets, and although I found a lot of similar ones, I didn't find the exact one.
It's possible Moen changed the design a bit in the last 9 years.
Single handle faucets should be not too hard to replace because they have the hoses hanging down.
Like this Moen Integra pictured. It's close. Koehler made similar ones.
The other thing I found is the big box stores sell just the sprayer to repair faucets.
Also, if yours is discontinued, e-bay might have the answer.

If you're in a metropolitan area, check with a plumbing supply company, they might be able to identify the faucet from looking at the photo and sprayer.
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Old 07-01-2020, 08:56 PM   #7
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Hey gang, sincere thanks for all the replies.
I originally thought it was a Moen too, but I sent them pictures and they said it wasn't a Moen. That logo is just "hot/cold".
I took it to a plumbing supply store today and the guy couldn't ID it either.
So I got out the epoxy and glued the sucker. It's been drip-free for about 6 hours so far. If it starts leaking again, I'll look at the "Parts Book" (thanks Rah) or look into replacing the whole faucet.

BTW, this is my second post on this forum, and I'm blown away by the responses. So fast, useful and thoughtful. You guys rock!
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