Question about Danze Plumbing
I don't have instructions to install danze model d404554. Does anyone have instructions?
Did u check there web site most have instruction manual if I could see it I could tell you more
Posted on May 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kitchen faucet Installation
Many new faucets require some assembly before mounting to the sink; if that is the case, follow the manufacturer's directions. With most pullout sprayer faucets, the sprayer needs to be threaded through the faucet body first. Insert the rubber gasket between the base plate of the faucet and the sink top to create a watertight seal. If no gasket is provided, pack the cavity of the faucet with plumber's putty, then insert the faucet body through the holes in the sink top. Thread the mounting nuts provided onto the faucet shafts, then center the threaded shafts in the sink's holes and tighten the nuts firmly. Many manufacturers include a special long socket specifically to aid in tightening the mounting nuts. A hole in the socket accepts the shank of a screwdriver, guiding it as you tighten the nuts. If you're mounting the faucet on an installed sink, use this method. If you're installing a pullout sprayer faucet--or a faucet with a separate sprayer--now is the time to connect the sprayer to the faucet body. Check the manufacturer's directions to see if using pipe-wrap tape for this connection is recommended. Use an adjustable wrench to tighten the connection. Most pullout sprayer faucets and faucets with separate sprayers come with a counterweight that attaches to the sprayer hose. This weight helps retract the hose back in to the sink cabinet after you've used the sprayer. Follow the manufacturer's directions on where to secure the weight, and take care not to crimp the hose as you attach the weight. Hook up the faucet's hot and cold supply lines to the water supply shutoff valves under the sink. If necessary, gently bend the copper tubes coming out of the faucet for better access and connect flexible supply tubes to them. Simply wrap a couple of turns of pipe-wrap tape around the threaded nipples on the valves and connect the tubes. Tighten the nuts with an adjustable wrench.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
NSF 61(-9) is a standard rather than the model number (it's often very difficult to identify the model number. If you are able to find the model number, the link attached has all the technical specs for Danze products (even discontinued ones). http://www.danze.com/tech_specs.asp
Otherwise, I suggest browsing their faucet section until you find yours.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
o-rings in the spout need to be greased or replaced...use silicon grease if you are greasing them....not petroleum based product.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
First shut off water to faucet.There should be a allen screw that holds the faucet together near the top back of the handle,lossen this and pull top off.
Next take some pliers and tighten down the lock nuts to compress the washers,do this gently.
Reassemble,water should stop leaking.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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