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Old 15-09-2004, 02:53 AM
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Default pot filler placement

Hi all,
I am currently re-doing my kitchen in which I plan to install
a pot filler. Is there a standard height above the stovetop that they
are commonly placed? Obviously it will have to be higher than the
tallest stockpot used,but if anyone has a number in mind I would
appreciate it. TIA.

E. Katz
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