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Delta faucet is loose ;moves right-left/wobbles. Tightening?

How do I tighten the fitting to get a more secure mount? It is a I believe Victorian style tub fixture with single handles alongside faucet which are fine, but the water faucet fixture is wobbly and needs to be tightened and adjusted. I need information on mechanics to get this resolved.

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If you have Delta brand Roman tub faucet, it seems the spout being loose is a common installation problem. If you do not have an access panel to anchor or tighten the loose pipe below the spout, it can get expense really fast. I have lived with a loose spout for many years. Thanks to this photo (mine looks same), I figured out a cheaper solution. I bought 2 galvanized 1/8th inch thick washers with an inside diameter that fits around the pipe. Cut them in half. Used flathead screwdriver to lift up existing washer. Slid in both halves from both sides to make circle around pipe. That was still not enough so I used second one. Reassembled spout with hex screw. Works like a champ.

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Try tightening the allen set screw behind the spout "you need a special (allen keys) to do this, and one should have came with your faucet". You can also buy or borrow an set of them.
http://www.efaucetscomplete.com/SpecSheets/T2755CBLHP_Install.pdf
Copy and paste this to your address bar for directions.

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