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I have the 6310 pullout faucet in bone and the finish paint has started to come off where it meets the corian counter i have had the faucet for three years can you help or have advice

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I had the same problem and contacted American Standard. They had me email them pictures of the problem and sent me a new faucet free of charge.

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