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Walmart Peerless Core Kitchen Single Handle Pull-Down Faucet $69.99

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Peerless has the perfect kitchen faucet to affordably upgrade your kitchen design. You can install with confidence, knowing that Peerless kitchen faucets are backed by our Lifetime Limited Warranty.
Includes coordinating soap dispenser
The high-arc, gooseneck design swivels 360 degrees with a 20-in. retractable hose for added convenience during everyday kitchen tasks
Pull-down wand operates in an aerated or spray mode via a toggle diverter
Fits 2 or 4-hole 8 in. installations with included optional deck plate
Optional 10-1/8 in. deck plate included for use with additional mounting configurations and a cohesive look
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Anyone who cares, I bought this last sale and love it. Super easy install and works great. Getting the weight on the hose in the right place for the sprayer to retract properly is the hardest thing.
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It was $50 last deal.
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Silly question but I've never changed a faucet before, are these all a standard size & guaranteed to fit? Which tools will I need? I'm somewhat handy so pretty sure I can do it, just don't know what I don't know.
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Silly question but I've never changed a faucet before, are these all a standard size & guaranteed to fit? Which tools will I need? I'm somewhat handy so pretty sure I can do it, just don't know what I don't know.
If the old faucet has been there a while, the valves may not longer work so be prepared to replace those. Also the hoses from the valve to the faucet itself may need to be replaced due to length of old/condition of connections. Otherwise installed it in 25 minutes. Been working great for 50$ I paid last month.
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If the old faucet has been there a while, the valves may not longer work so be prepared to replace those. Also the hoses from the valve to the faucet itself may need to be replaced due to length of old/condition of connections. Otherwise installed it in 25 minutes. Been working great for 50$ I paid last month.
Thanks a bunch, this was very helpful for things to be aware of.
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Silly question but I've never changed a faucet before, are these all a standard size & guaranteed to fit? Which tools will I need? I'm somewhat handy so pretty sure I can do it, just don't know what I don't know.
Youtube is your friend best way to learn how to install
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Youtube is your friend best way to learn how to install
Yep, I wanted some first-hand experience, but since found a couple good videos too that explained things pretty well.

If anyone's interested, first couple that popped up for me were pretty good:
https://youtu.be/APQbw7wi0Sc
https://youtu.be/kgO5GdDjm1s
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Thanks a bunch, this was very helpful for things to be aware of.
Depends on how old or rusted your current faucet is you may need a reciprocating saw. The space under the sink is usually very limited so plumbers use a basin wrench or a special faucet wrench to unscrew the nut holding the faucet.
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Depends on how old or rusted your current faucet is you may need a reciprocating saw. The space under the sink is usually very limited so plumbers use a basin wrench or a special faucet wrench to unscrew the nut holding the faucet.
Gotcha. I'm going to do a little inspecting of the area tomorrow, so will look out for those things then. Thanks!
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Of course it is 3x that amount in stainless. Bah. Nice find if you need chrome though!
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Silly question but I've never changed a faucet before, are these all a standard size & guaranteed to fit? Which tools will I need? I'm somewhat handy so pretty sure I can do it, just don't know what I don't know.
It's not too bad. Like someone said, watch youtube. I would suggest you look into shark bite connectors should you need to change valves or make new connections. Make sure to turn off the main just in case.
Peerless is a respectable company. they dont manufacture junk. in fact I prefer their brand for some of my bathroom faucets. they are no delta, but they work great.
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A lot of recent 1 star reviews. Hot water stops, you get what you pay for. I think I'll pass
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What's the "normal" price on this since the last sale was $50? Thanks!
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what's the "normal" price on this since the last sale was $50? Thanks!
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