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Old 12-03-2017, 04:33 PM   #1
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Can you replace the washers in the kitchen and bathroom faucets?
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Old 12-04-2017, 01:56 PM   #2
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No idea. I just replace them.
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I looked into this last summer when my kitchen faucet on 01 3000 started to dribble. I could not find anything for Skandvik or whale brand. Then trying to break the faucet down without breaking it was causing a bigger problem. IMHO it would be easier just to replace the faucet with a new one.....

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I have replaced washers when required. No problems. Here's a link to Whale faucet parts - https://www.whalepumps.com/marine/pr...ductType=10358
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How about Skandvik ? Any luck there Jim?

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No Skandvik on my 1990 2755SCR, but here's a link that may assist - Scandvik Marine Inc. - list
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I replaced the washers in my shower/bathroom faucet this summer. Just took faucet apart and went to hardware store to match up washers. Works perfectly no problems. By the way it's a wale faucet.
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I have replaced washers when required. No problems. Here's a link to Whale faucet parts - https://www.whalepumps.com/marine/pr...ductType=10358
Thank you very much, Jim! I'll be taking note of this for reference.
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