If the lift rod pulls straight up, why does the spec sheet call for a minimum 2-1/2" clearance to backsplash?
I've seen this 2-1/2" minimum space requirement on other faucets, but that was because the lift rod on those faucets come out at an angle toward the backsplash.
It looks like the lift rod on the Lahara pulls straight up (which several users have confirmed in various Q&A posts.
I'd like to purchase the Lahara, but I'm not sure the maker of the cultured granite vanity top I have on order can accommodate the 2-1/2" requirement.
Thank you for your question. The backsplash clearance is to make sure you have enough room for both the installation above the sink and under the sink for this faucet.
Date published: 2018-05-14
Water is dripping slowing when turned off. Is there a washer in the Lahara two handle widespread bathroom faucet that need to be replaced?
If a replacement washer is needed, please specify the part #.
Hi Ed, Thank you for your question. To stop a drip in the model 3538-MPU-DST faucet you will want to change out the RP60400 valve assembly. Here is a link to the owners manual that includes the parts breakdown.
Date published: 2018-02-25