How to find a model number
Where to Find Your Model Number
Your model number can be found on the box in which your product was packaged or the small sticker included with many models. Sometimes it can be found on the instruction manual included with the product.
Where to Find Your Series Number
If the model number is unavailable, the series number will be helpful when used in conjunction with the faucet images shown in our replacement part locator. The series number will not be the exact model number.
Kitchen Faucets: One Handle, Two Handle
Models produced from 1980-2000 may have a model series number stamped on the back side of the spout, near the base where it swivels on the sink. If you point your spout aerator (where the water comes out) so that it is facing the 3 o'clock position, the series number should be located on the opposite side at the 9 o'clock position. The model/series number is usually a four or five digit number beginning with "7" or "8" and may be followed by letters.
Lavatory Faucets: One Handle
Models produced from 1980-2000 may have a model series number stamped on the underside of the spout.
Lavatory Faucets: Two Handle
Models produced from 1980-2000 may have a model series number stamped on the back of the decorative ring located at the bottom of the spout.