Replacing old bathroom sink

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Old 09-21-15, 07:20 PM
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Replacing old bathroom sink

In my basement I have an old sink that has a faucet that sits inside the bowl, attached to the back side. Does anyone know a source for an "economy" replacement faucet. All I see out there are high-end "wall-mount" faucets that cost many times more than I'm looking to spend. Or a source for replacement parts would be good also.

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Old 09-21-15, 07:44 PM
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What is the problem with your current faucets? Is there a name on the handles or drain stopper?
 
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Looks like the brand is Kohler. The problem is that one of the handles won't turn at all. It was a little tough to turn for a while, and now is just stuck fast.

I took apart both knobs. When I did the stuck one a white Teflon (?) cylinder came out, while the other one didn't.
 
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