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Old 06-23-2020, 08:02 AM   #21
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Just had this issue with my Bambi 2008. I replace the spout ring with a garden hose brass adapter. I had a soaker hose that was not used anymore and cut the female end of it. Clean the brass and it fit perfectly over the spout and screwed tight in the tap thread. will see how long this will last
Sorry to be a pain, but do you think you could post a pic or two of the mod that you made?

I remember communicating directly with Bob (the OP) back around the time when this happened, and I was having trouble visualizing his solution then, too.

If we could get pics, we could standardize a response to this issue which is sure to impact more people in the future.

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Sorry to be a pain, but do you think you could post a pic or two of the mod that you made?

I remember communicating directly with Bob (the OP) back around the time when this happened, and I was having trouble visualizing his solution then, too.

If we could get pics, we could standardize a response to this issue which is sure to impact more people in the future.

Thanks.
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Old 07-06-2020, 10:17 AM   #23
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That's awesome - thank you!
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5/8 - 3/4 Female hose coupling works as a replacement to the chrome plated plastic nut. Now that I know the threads match, I will look for a metal one.
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Old 07-29-2020, 09:34 PM   #25
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I guess I was the original instigator of this thread back in whenever it was - years ago.
Iím still around and still have my 06 Sprinter which first hit the road as an Airstream Interstate in 2007.
Now with 115,000 miles and still a very reliable and enjoyable drive.
But guess what ? I have problems with my faucet. I have lurked on this site for years occasionally adding a comment or two where I can contribute something useful and am very impressed with the solutions which have been provided. My original chrome plated wimpy plastic ring from Camping World surprisingly is still holding up but when it dies - thanks to you all I know what to do.
What Iím facing now however is that after the last winterization my faucet leaks and not only when the handle is in the closed position but if also leaks into the sink around the base of the faucet
As you can imagine this is very inconvenient and wasteful of water and after our first outing this year iím realizing it has to be fixed.
Anyone know how this thing comes apart? Iíve looked and looked and am afraid I will break something important if I try forcing the handle to unscrew so since everybody has been so helpful on a multitude of topics here I think Iíll hopefully find an answer from someone who may have overcome a similar problem
Thank you in advance
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