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Delta pull down diverter does noy work - Delta Faucet Delta RP17453 Pull-Down Diverter Tub Spout

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SOURCE: my delta faucet pull down diverter tub spout is

It sounds like it could be manufacture defect. Take it back for a new one.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a delta pull down tub faucet diverter under

I m having a problem understanding your question ?

Posted on May 17, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a garden tub

Hi,
If it was me... I would replace that spout...
the spout either is threaded on or it has a set screw on the bottom at the back that you loosen and then pull the spout off by pulling straight away from the wall...
Check and see if the spout has the hole for the set screw...if not then twist it counter clockwise and it will turn off...
then repalce the spout with a new one with out the diverter...

heatman101

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

cherokee45
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SOURCE: I have a Delta shower assembly with a pull-down

One of 2 things is happening. Either the o-ring is shot, or you have a hairline fracture of the plastic around the brass adapter. The o-ring is a #18, but if there's a crack in the plastic you'll need to replace the spout.

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Delta shower assembly with a pull-down

Hi,

Your valve is defective and need repairing or replacement

Regards

Posted on Apr 27, 2011

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If your Delta RP17453 Pull-Down Diverter Tub Spout stops dripping after 5 minutes, your ok. If it never stops dripping, you need to replace delta faucet cartridge(s) behind the handle(s). This is were the water turns on and off and stops the water flow to the tub spout.

Delta faucets are some of the easiest to repair, and parts are usually available at any hardware store or home center. If you have a two handle faucet, replace both delta seats and springs and stems. If you have a single handle Delta faucet, replace the entire cartridge.

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I have a Delta shower assembly with a pull-down diverter. When I engage the diverter for the shower, half the water seems to make up to the shower and the other half is forced through the back of the...


One of 2 things is happening. Either the o-ring is shot, or you have a hairline fracture of the plastic around the brass adapter. The o-ring is a #18, but if there's a crack in the plastic you'll need to replace the spout.

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I have a garden tub w/o a shower attached. However, the fixture in the tub is the Delta pull down diverter (dont know why they would put that in a tub w/o a shower). Anyway, the diverter was pulled down...


Hi,
If it was me... I would replace that spout...
the spout either is threaded on or it has a set screw on the bottom at the back that you loosen and then pull the spout off by pulling straight away from the wall...
Check and see if the spout has the hole for the set screw...if not then twist it counter clockwise and it will turn off...
then repalce the spout with a new one with out the diverter...

heatman101

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My delta faucet pull down diverter tub spout is


It sounds like it could be manufacture defect. Take it back for a new one.

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Delta diverted spout is stuck! Can't pull it down


You probably have lime deposits built up which won't allow you to pull it down anymore. Try spraying lime away on it and use an onld toothbrush and work it up in there. If this doesn't work, you can replace the spout with a generic one. The spout should just twist off. Sometimes they can be stubborn. Hopefully this helps.

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Its probably just stuck on some lime and mineral deposits. You can try and spray some lime away on it and then try to loosen it. Or you can unscrew the whole spout so you can soak it. If that doesn't work, you can either contact Delta for an exact replacement or you can purchase a generic one.

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