Some Crane sinks used completely concealed water pathways. These sinks are hollow inside; the mixing spout and waterway is cast as an
integral part of the sink. The only parts of the hot and cold valves that protrude from the sink slab are the handles on top and the water connection on the
bottom. The rubber washers that seal the brass to the porcelain usually fail causing leaks, or the valves themselves wear out.
This used to be where the customer would hear laughter in the background, and us saying, “The plumber cut the valve body in half!?!” Now, we have a solution! We’re reproducing the entire valve assembly for this faucet. Click Here to be taken to that page or simply click on “Faucet parts” in the links bar below. Our new valve assembly is #86-F97.