Question about American Standard 4275.550.002 ColonySoft Gooseneck Kitchen Faucet w/Two M
Gooseneck on american standard faucet swings so easily that it won't stay in place when you take your hands off. it is new. is there a way to tighten the gooseneck?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sometimes hard to see. Might be on the underside of the spout or on the back side of the part of the spout that it connected to the faucet. OR just compare to pictures on American Standard website
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
you must remove the faucet form the sink. under the plate in the middle is 2 screws. remove the screws to remove the body.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
at the spout near the base is an echeion ring. turn this counterclock wise then pull up ring to expose the neck,pull spout straight up.this echeion cap holds on the spout to the base there are plastic parts inside so be careful when pulling apart.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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