20 Most Recent Delta Faucet DELTA/PEERLESS FAUCET CO. 25901 TWO HANDLE LAVATORY FAUCET - CHROME Questions & Answers


sounds like you need to replace the valve seats. if you shut the water off and remove the handles you will see the valves. you have to remove them and under that you should see these little black things. they come out but have springs under them so be careful. the black things are the valve seats. i would start by replacing them

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Oct 08, 2017


What is the model number of the faucet? There was no attached pictures to this submission.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Feb 28, 2016


if you are referring to a water filter that model does not have an internal filter

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Feb 17, 2011


look under or beneath sink. there has to be mounting nuts on it !! where supply lines are.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jan 25, 2011


plumbing socket. about $10 at any harware store. Sometimes the faucets come with a cheap plastic one.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jan 25, 2011


They go in the bottom of the stem on most two handle faucet's, Remove stem and replace spring and seat onto it.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on May 24, 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.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on May 05, 2010


you will have to gently pry them up and out,or grasp real good and work them out.nothing else is holding them down.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Apr 25, 2010


Possible causes:
1. you have a air pocket t in the heated water system. You will need to bleed the system.
2. As to pressure, you may have knick in pipe somewhere due to worned plastic pipe.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Apr 21, 2010


Turn the water off at the shut under the sink and open both faucets to drain line. Remove faucet handle and stem and look inside. There's probably something jamming the stem from turning. Remove that and reassemble.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Feb 21, 2010



There are several tools you can use to remove stripped nuts and bolts, here are pics of two different types. You might also want to try using a good set of chanel lock pipe wrench or vice grips


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This is a common problem, and often times it is impossible to remove the nut without damaging/destroying the faucet.

You may also want to invest in a basin wrench. It will make removal and installetion MUCH easier.

This is a basin wrench.
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You are wise to go with Moen. They make a great product, offer lifetime warranties and have great customer service.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Oct 03, 2009


you can get a new cartridge for it or try pulling it out and putting some faucet grease on it the cartridge should come apart put grease on everything with a black o ring and you should be good to go

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jul 30, 2009


Here's the solution from Delta:
On a two-handle kitchen or lavatory faucet, if the handles rotate in the wrong direction, simply rotate the right stem stop assembly 180 degrees. This will change the rotation of the handle to the other direction.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jun 23, 2009


sounds like you need a basin wrench that is made for taking off nuts like this one.  you can find one at local hardware store.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jun 21, 2009

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