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The pressure button to change from flow to spray doesn’t work. Can we buy a replacement piece for the end ? How does it come off?

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Bathroom sink & shower faucet

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Bobfirst -

I see that your Ollie is a 2017 model but it would be helpful if you could post a picture of the specific faucet you are talking about.

Thanks,

Bill


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34 minutes ago, topgun2 said:

Bobfirst -

I see that your Ollie is a 2017 model but it would be helpful if you could post a picture of the specific faucet you are talking about.

Thanks,

Bill

 

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If you posted a picture - I'm having great difficulty in seeing it.

If the picture is in your computer - simply click on "Choose files" below and go to where you have that picture stored in your computer.  Then double left click on the picture and wait until it is uploaded (usually 30 seconds or so).

Bill

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Sure does help if I would go back to the top of the page to see the photo - sorry!

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If this is the Dura kitchen faucet / sprayer that I believe it is, the replacement is about $20 with free amazon prime shipping/free returns. If it's the Scandvik model we have in the older trailers, the replacement head for their similar model  is over $40, directScreenshot_20200602-094407_Chrome.thumb.jpg.d25790cf65b162aae8894fcd05ab00a7.jpg from Scandvik.

The Oliver website lists 1 year warranty for the faucet, but Dura shows "limited lifetime warranty" on their catalog that I downloaded. It's always worth asking, imo.

There are several listings on Amazon, with dimensions, so you should be able to verify that it's the right one. Their listing says it fits all Dura pullouts.

https://www.amazon.com/Dura-Faucet-DF-RK850-CP-Designer-Replacement/dp/B009Y05M8M/ref=pd_lpo_263_t_2/138-7547063-1507704?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B009Y05M8M&pd_rd_r=76c0b342-1688-4245-a196-7f1203fb3d09&pd_rd_w=W9QrM&pd_rd_wg=P3Gbp&pf_rd_p=7b36d496-f366-4631-94d3-61b87b52511b&pf_rd_r=P6GTRJNQF23D5KTP45F3&psc=1&refRID=P6GTRJNQF23D5KTP45F3

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Yes the correct Dura Model Number IS  DF-RKF 850-SN for 2017 Oliver Elite II.

 

Although the manual says only 1 yr warranty, Dura website states ‘limited lifetime warranty. Waiting to hear back from customerservice@durafaucet.com

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Like I said, no harm in asking. I've had home faucets replaced by delta, no questions asked, just a photo of the problem. Other brands, too. 

If Dura doesn't recognize this as  warranty, at least it's minimal, and an easy swap out.

 My faucets in the 2008 are Scandvik. Haven't had an issue, so I don't know their policy. I also have three replacement Scandvik faucets on our boat, about 10 years old.  No issues there, either.

Good luck. Let us know how it works out.

Sherry

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In reading the warranty it sure seems to me that you have a legit claim.  Good luck!

Bill


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Did you replace the bathroom faucet with this one, or the kitchen?

If the former, does it work well for the shower?


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28 minutes ago, thirddoor said:

Did you replace the bathroom faucet with this one, or the kitchen?

If the former, does it work well for the shower?

I should have been more specific.  I replaced the kitchen faucet with the Delta.  


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Update on Dura Bath Faucet Warranty . They required  verification it is a Dura faucet. Had to slip iphone between faucet & wall. Now they are sending a replacement head under Dura Limited Lifetime Warranty 

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Bobfirst, great to hear that they stand behind their products at Dura. Thanks for the update.

Sherry

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1 hour ago, Bobfirst said:

Update on Dura Bath Faucet Warranty . They required  verification it is a Dura faucet. Had to slip iphone between faucet & wall. Now they are sending a replacement head under Dura Limited Lifetime Warranty 

Perseverance! Great work Bob!


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21 minutes ago, Livvy said:

Bobfirst, great to hear that they stand behind their products at Dura. Thanks for the update.

Sherry

Is this Livy from Tampa?

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Oops. I  was checking a screen to see if it was different for non moderator users this morning, and I forgot to sign out and log back in. 

Livvy is my dog. Clever little thing, isn't she? Using a computer, at her young age of 5. 😄 Thanks for the catch.

Sherry

She is an avid camper. In this photo, she's camping with her pal,  Pete's dog, Bosker. Liv is on the left.

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Do regular household faucets and other plumbing fixtures work with the RV industry. I was under the impression, perhaps incorrectly, RV plumbing has different size fittings. The faucets and fixtures in our Oliver leave a bit to be desired and it would be a nice upgrade to replace them all. 

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1 hour ago, routlaw said:

Do regular household faucets and other plumbing fixtures work with the RV industry. I was under the impression, perhaps incorrectly, RV plumbing has different size fittings. The faucets and fixtures in our Oliver leave a bit to be desired and it would be a nice upgrade to replace them all. 

Thanks

The Delta faucet I used in our kitchen is not an RV faucet, just a regular house faucet.  It fit fine.  Mike 


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The story I was told is that in order to get RVIA certification, all the plumbing fixtures have to be RVIA approved.  It's probably a racket, but that's supposedly why Oliver had to switch from the marine faucet in the bath.

Like Mike, I swapped out our kitchen faucet, too.  


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Awesome, thanks guys. Totally makes sense. And yes it probably is an extortion racket.

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1 hour ago, Overland said:

The story I was told is that in order to get RVIA certification, all the plumbing fixtures have to be RVIA approved.  It's probably a racket, but that's supposedly why Oliver had to switch from the marine faucet in the bath.

Like Mike, I swapped out our kitchen faucet, too.  

That's interesting.  I  thought they might changed to the Dura because the little triangular handles on the original Scandvik faucets were so hard to operate with soapy hands.😃

I thought Csa and rvia standards are supposed to be virtually interchangeable these days.  Many faucets are certified CSA, but I I don't know about Scandvik marine faucets. I  just know they're really heavy, and have been very reliable for us. The newer Duras are probably much easier to use, though.

Sherry


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That could be.  I don't remember who told me that but it could have just been Oliver's way of telling me I'd customized too many things already.  

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