Question about Delta Faucet 2569LHP/H269 Orleans 4'' Centerset Bathroom Faucet - Chrome
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Do we want to remove the faucet from the top of the sink?
First shut-off the water via the two valves under the sink. Then un-thread the hoses from the bottom of the sink. Sometimes it is possible to do with ordinary house tools but more than likely you will need to purchase a basin wrench for about $10. This wrench will allow you easy access to the bottom of the faucet.
Then, using the same wrench, un-thread the nut that is threaded on the same threads as the hose. This nut if probably pretty tight and will take some effort.
Replacing is the exact opposite except when replacing be sure to use plumbers putty on the bottom of the faucet as a means to keep water from running under the faucet base and ruining your cabinet.
Posted on May 23, 2009
It also may be noted that in some states such as Texas, the water is considered "hard" and tends to leave a lot of calcium deposits and buildup which affect the ability of the little black gaskets to seal. Before anyone plainly changes the gaskets, pay attention to any possible buildup that would impinge upon the ability of the gasket to seal. If you do have buildup, just use some Limeaway or Kaboom and get rid of it before you replace the gaskets and springs. You may want to try and just clean away the deposits first and then reassemble before heading to Home Depot for the parts..? Anyway the advice above is very helpful. If you don't know what parts the advice is referring to, just head on over to DeltaFaucet.com and get your model and drawings. They're very simple to understand.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
They have a lithium faucet grease for stems at hardware stores Home depot or Lowes. It a gease to help free up for movement of handle if they don't have it try a Plumbing supply house they should sell to public.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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