I'm referring to my bathroom sink faucets which date to the late fifties. Great design and build quality. Over the last twenty years I have replaced the seats and washer fixtures, simple job and solves the leak. Heavy rain here today so I got out my tools and fixed the cold water side in my spare bathroom. This time I removed the brass seat and polished it smooth on my 1x30 belt sander fitted with a leather stroping belt. I found some spare washer heads at my father inlaws house. They are shaped sort of like a mushroom and fit over the part that contacts the seat. No more leak and I did something useful. I have had brand new moen and pris fister(sp) fixtures that had leaked shortly after installation and did not take a repair well. I like American Standard, good name and product. Frank
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