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Franke The Little Butler Series LB2000 Instant Hot/Cold Filtered Water Dispenser, Filtration System (Requires Heating Tank): Polished Chrome

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  • Instant Hot and Cold Water Dispenser with 60 Cups/Hr. Flow, Optional Filter and Heating Tank Sold Separately: Polished Chrome
  • Dimensions Faucet Height : 8 3/8" Faucet Reach : 5 3/4" Base Width : 2" Cutout Size : 1 3/8"
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number FRALB2000
Item Weight7.8 pounds
Product Dimensions25.5 x 12 x 5 inches
FinishPolished Chrome
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB003CUQSN8
Best Sellers Rank #436,435 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.8 pounds
Date First AvailableJuly 6, 2006
  
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Product Description

The Franke Little Butler LB2000 Hot/Cold Fitered Water Dispenser Offers The Best Of Both Worlds, Instant Hot Water Plus Filtration For Drinking Or Cooking. (Optional Heating Tank and Filtration System)

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Customer Reviews

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The latex tubing between the tank and the spout will develop weak spots and leak over time.
Jo Speer
Getting anything fixed involves a major game between Franke, their distributor and a company that supposedly did add-on work on the unit I have.
S. A. Harrison
It takes a while to notice leaking and has completely destroyed our cabinet from water damage because of so many leaks.
yorkie mom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Harrison on May 7, 2008
I am on my second Little Butler in an 18-month period and have had many problems with leaking. The unit has leaked out of the bottom, out of the gasket at the top that goes to the faucet, and out of the tubing between the unit and the faucet (my appliance dealer heard rumors that the tubing was recalled but no one has volunteered to replace it). Getting anything fixed involves a major game between Franke, their distributor and a company that supposedly did add-on work on the unit I have. My tap water tastes good but apparently has a lot of stuff in it because we use a filter every two months (they are supposed to last six). Another friend of mine has the same unit and hasn't had as many problems, but he only uses it rarely. My use has been heavy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jo Speer on August 27, 2011
The latex tubing between the tank and the spout will develop weak spots and leak over time. We installed our first Franke dispenser at our previous home in 1999. After 5 years, the latex tubing developed a leak just above the connector at the top of the hot water tank. We installed another unit in our present home in 2007 and it also is starting to leak at the same spot. Franke needs to replace the latex tubing with a more permanent solution like copper tubing. Avoid this model.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andy on October 30, 2010
I agree with the one star reviewer. The piping and connectors that comes with this are bad. I've gotten replacement parts from Franke and the install is solid, it just keeps leaking at two places : the plastic tee between the copper pipes and the junction from hot water tank to plastic tube that goes up into the unit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By yorkie mom on April 22, 2012
We have had two of these units since 2007. As the other people mentioned the tubing from the tank to the faucet leaks at the connection from the tank. The tubing continually degrades at that location and sprays water all over anything under your sink every time you use it. It takes a while to notice leaking and has completely destroyed our cabinet from water damage because of so many leaks. We are afraid to use it anymore. You would think they could design a better system than this, or at least use a tubing that doesn't break down and turn to jelly. We liked the unit, but hated worrying about the leaks. We now use the microwave to heat our water!
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