Replacing Squeaky RV Shower Faucets in Our Keystone Cougar Trailer

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In this video, I replace squeaky white RV 1/4 turn shower faucets with new brushed nickel ones from Dura Faucet. Then show how to fix the squeak and explain the anti-siphon valve, which causes dripping for a brief period after the taps are turned off.

Overall the job was quick and relatively straightforward, requiring few tools. However, due to the design of my trailer, the space I had to work with to unscrew and reattach the faucets was a little cramped. I got her done, though, and happy with the results. The brushed nickel model matches my shower head and bathroom taps for a better look overall.

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