20 Most Recent Delta Faucet 470-DST Signature Diamond Pull-Out Spray Kitchen Faucet - Blac Questions & Answers

In my case the rotating part of the faucet was connected with a hex nut. Removing the hex nut then gave me easier access to the part of the faucet where the hose was stuck. I bent a wire hanger, jammed it in and pushed the hose back out where it was supposed to be.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Mar 25, 2019

You have to buy a Genuine Delta Part because Delta uses a proprietary quck connect fitting at the end of the hose.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Oct 23, 2015

easy fix, shut-off water at under-counter angle valves and water meter, pop-out the blue and red insert located on the front of the handle of the faucet, turn faucet on to relieve pressure, loosen allen screw under red and blue insert, pull handle up, remove nut under handle, remove plastic insert gasket and stem under the nut, notice two rubber gaskets.... remove them and the springs behind them and replace, when putting the insides of the faucet back in pay close attention to the notches and grooves,,,, the parts only go back one way....

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jan 08, 2013

Should be able to turn water supply off to faucet and trace the line connecting the pull-out faucet. Remove weight in center on hose line this weight helps retract the faucet head in with the line. Remove it and disconnect the line connection and remove the old one.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011

there is likely sediment under the spring and washer on the hot water side of the faucet under the handle. If you shut off the valves to the faucet, it is very easy to dismantle. There is an allen screw on the front of the handle to remove the handle. Under the handle there is a nut. Once you unscrew this nut there is either a ball or a cartridge )depending on the year of the faucet) that can be removed If it is the ball, then you will see two rubber washers in the base. Use your allen wrench or needle nose pliers to remove the washers and remove any sediment.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Nov 28, 2010

you need to disconnect from under the faucet and then pull it all the way out just like if you were pulling it out to use the spray. There may be a big weight on the hose to help it back into the spout when placing the head back....you will also have to take that off to pull it through.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Oct 07, 2010

Pull out sprayer has a plastic nut to tighten under countertop. You should be able to reach underneath and hold the top while tighting the bottom.

It designed to be tighten by hand to avoid damaging.

Delta Faucet... | Answered on May 22, 2010

sounds like you just tighten it too much loosen it a little then see

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jan 16, 2010

i think the heavy wight it loos or its out of the house so check that out

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Dec 27, 2009


Delta Faucet... | Answered on Dec 26, 2009

Sometimes you can remove a stuck cap by inserting a paring or pocket knife blade under the rim and gently tapping and twisting until it pops off. Be careful about getting too vigorous with a piece of cheap plastic!

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Jan 09, 2019

remove the handle that turns water on and off , usually an allen wrench lift and swing back and forth at the same time. the spigot should come off. replace o rings lubricate with silicone grease reinstall spigot and handle

Delta Faucet... | Answered on Nov 16, 2017

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