How to Replace an RV Bathroom Faucet

Replacing an RV faucet isn’t too different than replacing one in a regular house, especially since we’re installing ordinary household faucets. We’ll show you how easy it is in this step by step tutorial.

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We did realize, after the fact, that we forgot to mention one minor detail. After shutting off the water, but before removing the water lines, you should open a faucet somewhere in the RV to relieve pressure in the system. If you didn’t do that, and got a little wetter than you would have, we’re sorry! 😉

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