OakBrook Essential Series Chrome Finish Single Handle Kitchen Faucet With On Deck White Side Spray
- Style: Washerless Cartridge
- Number of Faucet Handles: One Handle
- Finish: Chrome
- Product Type: Kitchen Faucet
- Side Sprayer Included: Yes
- Adjustable Flow Rate: Yes
- Extension Length: 8 in.
- Soap Dispenser Included: Yes
- Flow Rate: 2.2 gpm
- Spout Type: Mid Arc
- Number of Installation Holes Required: 4
- ADA Compliant: Yes
- Built In Water Filter: No
- Handle Type: Lever
- Supply Lines Included: No
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Comments about OakBrook Essential Series Chrome Finish Single Handle Kitchen Faucet With On Deck White Side Spray:
Lines coming off faucet are very short small diameter copper tubing. This makes for a more difficult installation as the copper tubing is so short and the two supply lines so close together that it is difficult to get them both on...it's a little crowded and the tubes cannot be bent very far apart. I am barely getting any water out of the faucet (even after flushing the supply lines and cleaning the aerator several times). I think this may be because the copper tubing into the faucet is of such small diameter that not much water can even get through. The tubing has about the same opening as a drinking straw. Don't know if that's the problem, but I was getting a lot more water out of my old faucet.
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