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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
its the mixing slide in there its stuck u can take it apart at the handle it pulls out shake it if it doesnt move its bad. what happens is over time sediment gets in there and seazes it up. if you take it apart and its not stuck then its ur mixing valve on your boiler is bad good luck
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
SOURCE: Leaking kohler faucet
Where the spout pivots on the main body, there are a couple of washers, you can replace these washers pretty easily by removing the handle and then the "cover" from the unit. The water has to be shut off before you do this. I would take this oppurtunity to replace all the washers.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
I have the same problem. The part that is needed is found with a simple Google search for "Delta Waterfall RP22934 O-Rings"
Simply Slide the collar up at the base of the spout where it swivels.
Gently open the now exposed split plastic retainer so that the tabs near the bottom are pulled from their holes.
Lift the spout off the base to expose the o-rings.
Replace with the new o-rings and apply o-ring grease.
Re-assemble and enjoy a dry sink area.
Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: hot water comes out lukewarm
Pop out center of handle, and remove the screw from center, and remove handle. There should be a little nylon gear like sleeve that will pull out from center. Pull it out, and rotate it one way or the other, a little at a time, and slide it back in. Now just slide your handle on long enough to try it, no need to attach with screw yet until your done. May take a few tries to get it where you want it, then simply put handle back on, secure it with the screw, and snap cap back over screw.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
Depending upon which valve you used and how it was plumbed, you may need a twin elle or a specific part to match the ROHL pressure balance valve. if your second outlet is plumbed off the bottom of the valve, you need 18" of pipe between the valve and the outlet. Anything shorter than this and you can have back pressure issues.
Posted on Dec 18, 2014
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