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Modèle # 4508.801.295 Internet # 1000691324

Le robinet de salle de bain à petite arche à deux poignées 8 po Princeton dAmerican Standard en nickel satiné dispose dun fini satiné qui rajoute de lélégance à votre salle de bain. Il est certifié WaterSense et son débit de 1,5 gallon par minute aide à faire des économies d'eau et d'argent. Les cartouches à disques en céramique permettent d'éviter les fuites et d'économiser encore plus d'eau. Ce robinet est facile à installer et respecte les normes de lADA. Despoiled seulement par commande spéciale. Consultez un associé en magasin pour plus de détails.

  1. Conception à deux poignées pour une facilité dutilisation
  1. Le bec à petite arche a une hauteur de 3 ½ po.
  1. Le fini en nickel satiné donne un style élégant
  1. Les cartouches à disques en céramique assurent une commande en douceur et réduisent les fuites.
  1. Certifiés WaterSense pour favoriser les économies d'eau
  1. Le débit de 1,5 gallon par minute permet de faire des économies deau.

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
4.88
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
4.88
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
14
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
14
Poids assemblé (en livres)
6
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
6
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
5.5
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
5.5

Détails

Certifié
Collection
American Standard Princeton
Conformité aux exigences de l'ADA
Conformité aux exigences de l'ADA
Débit deau (en gallons par minute)
1.2 gal/min
Ensemble de kit de vidange
Drain mécanique à ouverture pop-up
Famille de couleurs
Acier inoxydable / nickel
Fini
Nickel brosse
Mécanisme dactivation
Standard
Nombre de poignées de robinet
Deux poignées
Pays d'origine
MX-Mexico
Pièces comprises
Renvoi
Type de bec
Standard
Type de robinetterie
Robinet espacé (8po)
Vanne incluse
Vanne incluse
Éventail de finis
Nickel satiné

Garanties et certifications

American Standard garantit ce produit pour une durée de vie limitée. La garantie sapplique au fonctionnement et au fini du produit et est strictement réservée au premier acquéreur du produit. Pour des services dans le cadre de la présente garantie limitée, veuillez contacter American Standard au 1-800-387-0369.
Robinet de salle de bains Princeton de 8 pouces à 2 poignées avec vidange rapide en nickel satinéAmerican Standard Robinet de salle de bains Princeton de 8 pouces à 2 poignées avec vidange rapide en nickel satinéLe robinet de salle de bain à petite arche à deux poignées 8 po Princeton dAmerican Standard en nickel satiné dispose dun fini satiné qui rajoute de lélégance à votre salle de bain. Il est certifié WaterSense et son débit de 1,5 gallon par minute aide à faire des économies d'eau et d'argent. Les cartouches à disques en céramique permettent d'éviter les fuites et d'économiser encore plus d'eau. Ce robinet est facile à installer et respecte les normes de lADA. Despoiled seulement par commande spéciale. Consultez un associé en magasin pour plus de détails.
American Standard
1000691324
Robinet de salle de bains Princeton de 8 pouces à 2 poignées avec vidange rapide en nickel satiné est évalué 3.3 de 5 de 16.
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Rated 2 de 5 de par Is it really worthed? Looks great but handle assemblies gave up within year and half. Had to buy flimsy plastic adapters so that handles can turn on-off. Cheap plastic. Still working on it as it is not so-easy to remove, as advertised, without incurring damage and knicks.
Date de publication: 2010-10-22
Rated 4 de 5 de par tough maintenance These lasted about 8 years and looked nice. Handles finally got so hard to turn they had to be replaced. But handle assembly would not unscrew from deck adapter. Had to use a Dremel to cut handles off. Replacment handles are $50 each which seems high. This was a nice faucet while it lasted but I did not like the design of how the handle was connected. My next faucet will be different.
Date de publication: 2014-05-27
Rated 2 de 5 de par plastic pieces don't last I have been happy with the look and finish of this product, however, the "guts" wear out quickly. Thankfully, AS will replace the part for free, but the sink is out of service until the part arrives. Next time, no plastic.
Date de publication: 2014-02-20
Rated 2 de 5 de par Looks great, but handles eventually strip and spin We have 6 of these faucets in our 7 yr old home. I am now an expert on replacing the inside of the faucets. The black plastic adapter that goes over the cartridge fits inside the faucet handle which is metal. I have had to get parts and replace parts 9 times. I love the look, but I can't figure out who in their right mind puts a plastic piece around a metal post and doesn't think the plastic groves will eventually wear away.
Date de publication: 2015-07-14
Rated 1 de 5 de par deceptively delicate The house we just bought came with 5 (five!) of these faucets, one in each bathroom sink. The first week we moved in, I saw what I thought was some lime scale building up at the base of one of the faucets. Since it didn't come off with multi-surface cleaner, I got out my Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. BIG MISTAKE!!! HUGE!!! One minute of Mr. Clean took the finish right off the faucet. I know the faucet has a lifetime warranty on the finish, and I can probably take it back and get a replacement, but who is going to reimburse me for the time and hassle of re-installing another? These are WAY more fragile than the price or warranty would lead you to believe, and now I'm stuck with five faucets that need a ridiculous amount of TLC. My recommendation is to keep looking.
Date de publication: 2015-05-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par Excellent looking and functioning rubbed bronze faucet This faucet looks excellent and works flawlessy. It is a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for. I purchased a cheap $120 rubber bronze faucet and the cold valve had a constant drip and the hot cheap plastic supply hose blew off. The hoses that come with this are stell braided and have nice metal threaded ends. Do it once and buy the best one. This one is guaranteed for life on finish and functionality. Also, the stopper uses a cable linkage which provides effortless operation going up and down.
Date de publication: 2014-07-02
Rated 5 de 5 de par Faucet shine I purchased this faucet because of the way it looked. When it was installed I was very pleased at how easy the faucet works and how nice it shines. This faucet cleans like a charm. I have no complaints. I am glad that I purchased the faucet.
Date de publication: 2010-12-11
Rated 3 de 5 de par NIce looking faucet not so great handle design. Bought this faucet about 5 years ago had to replace the handles twice and it looks like I have to replace them again.
Date de publication: 2014-08-21
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I can't get the handle to unscrew to replace the spring

Posée par: Gigg
You may need to use some WD-40 to loosen the handle then try to remove it.
Répondue par: tinap
Date de publication: 2023-03-23

the handles on my faucet have routinly striped the valve stem . currently the hot water doesn't turn on .What can you do for me to stop this problem

Posée par: josie
Please contact American Standard Brands.
Répondue par: AmericanStandard
Date de publication: 2023-05-02

how do you change stem

Posée par: pkma
You will need to refer to "service" and do the reverse to remove and replace the valve. http://www.americanstandard-us.com/assets/documents/amstd/install/Install_1642.pdf
Répondue par: tinap
Date de publication: 2023-03-23

It appears that the handle assembly is all one piece, unlike most faucets where the handle comes off separate from the piece that covers the faucet mechanism.Is this correct? If so, how can I get the handle assembly off if there isn't enough room to tu...

It appears that the handle assembly is all one piece, unlike most faucets where the handle comes off separate from the piece that covers the faucet mechanism.Is this correct? If so, how can I get the handle assembly off if there isn't enough room to turn it without the handle hitting the back splash, so I can't turn it the whole way around to unscrew it?
Posée par: Joe (who is not THE PLUMBER)
The handle is all one piece and doesn't come off. You may be able to unscrew from the bottom and adjust it so you can remove it. However, it was installed I would try to follow that direction.
Répondue par: Anonyme
Date de publication: 2018-02-08

I may have this faucet. I purchased it 20+ years ago and it has been leaking for a while from the bottom of the "bell" between the "bell" and the sink. I have removed the two set screws from the handle but am not able to remove the "bell" to get to the...

I may have this faucet. I purchased it 20+ years ago and it has been leaking for a while from the bottom of the "bell" between the "bell" and the sink. I have removed the two set screws from the handle but am not able to remove the "bell" to get to the workings to replace the seal. How do I do this without damaging the "bell"?
Posée par: Brian
This unit was not manufactured 20 years please contact customer service so that we may identify your faucet.
Répondue par: Anonyme
Date de publication: 2018-07-17

The handle on these 8 inch faucets does not engaget the threads on the valve spline. Your adapter 918049 does not reach high enough into the handle to grab the splines. The deck adapter M962248-007A piece stops the threads of the valve casing from bein...

The handle on these 8 inch faucets does not engaget the threads on the valve spline. Your adapter 918049 does not reach high enough into the handle to grab the splines. The deck adapter M962248-007A piece stops the threads of the valve casing from being able to come thru any higher to adjust the handle so more threads can engage the spline. What is the cure for this?
Posée par: Anonyme
Please see section 10 on page 4 of the installation instructions. The splined end of the handle adapter (#1) should be facing down. This will allow the adapter to sit higher allowing the handle to grasp the adapter's outer splines. Please see the link below. http://www.americanstandard-us.com/assets/documents/amstd/install/Install_1642.pdf
Répondue par: Anonyme
Date de publication: 2018-02-08

please send gallons per minute flow for this fixture #4508.801

Posée par: Jack Mitchell Boureston
It uses 1.5 gpm.
Répondue par: karenr
Date de publication: 2023-03-23

My hot water faucet handle spins and doesn't turn on. I was looking to order a new faucet handle and it is not listed among replaceable parts. can you provide part number and price. thanks

Posée par: PeterPeterPeter
If it is spinning it is probably the adapters. Please contact our customer care line at 1-800-442-1902 for further assistance.
Répondue par: karenr
Date de publication: 2023-03-23
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