Leland Single Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet with Riser - Less Pop-Up

Model #:579-RB-DST

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Finish Shown: Venetian® Bronze
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Product Features and Benefits

  • A charming teapot-inspired series of faucets for the entire home.
  • Timeless design is a perfect marriage of both form and function.
  • 5 19/32″ long, 13 3/4″ high spout
  • Single handle for ease of control
  • 8 7/32″ from deck to aerator
  • Features DIAMOND™ valve
  • Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty
Watersense certified by CSA International

This product meets EPA criteria for WaterSense

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Single hole installation
  • Number of Handles: 1
  • Installation Type: Centerset
  • Aerator Type: Cache
  • Valve Type: DIAMOND(TM) Seal Valve
  • Flow Rate: 1.50 gpm @ 60 psi, 5.7 L/min @ 414 kPa

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Leland Single Handle Centerset Lavatory Faucet with Riser - Less Pop-Up 4 5 1 1
Beautiful faucet with my copper vessel sink! When we got new countertops for our powder room, I was captured by the thought of a copper vessel sink. Faucets for this type of sink, however, must be taller than the typical lavatory faucets, and my sink is quite tall at 6.25 inches. I agonized over the dimensions on the spec sheets provided at the Delta website, and found the style that I liked, and the height that was needed in the Leland faucet with the riser. Because the copper sink has no overflow outlet, I didn't need the pop-up drain mechanism, as I purchased a copper grid drain instead. The oil-rubbed bronze finish contrasts enough with the antique copper of the sink, yet blends nicely with the darker tones around the filigree within the sink. The only thing that seemed to occur, especially when it was first installed, was that there was one tiny drop of water that dripped into the sink sometime between uses. I know this because it is recommended that the copper sink be wiped of water after each use (and that is the ONLY cleaning that it EVER requires - sweet!). Anyway, that single drip seems to have diminished as it has been used during the past two months since it's been installed, so perhaps it was just something in the valve that is working/has already worked itself out. I would highly recommend this Delta faucet. When we got the faucet, I liked how heavy the body of it felt, as though it was made of a good-quality metal and I got the impression that it will last a very long time. July 15, 2013
From time to time, Delta Faucet Company runs sweepstakes in connection with its Ratings and Reviews. Certain of the reviews posted above on this page may have entitled the author to a sweepstakes entry.

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How to tighten the drain assembly so it's not loose

I am trying to install the drain assembly and can not get the nut and washer to tighen up so the grid flange is not loose in the bottom of the bowl. The nut bottoms out before everything is tight. There is about a half inch gap when the nut bottoms out between the gasket and washer. Should I put so much silicone around the grid flange that it pushes out when pulling it down to tighten the gasket, washer and nut against it? I every flipped the gasket over but it still does tighten the grid flange. Do I add three more washers to get it to work?
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I would get the proper drain assembly...sounds like you have one for a much thicker sink....this would be the proper thing to do.
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 579-RB-DST has a pop-up drain that needs a sink thickness of 1-5/8 inches to 2-3/8 inches to work properly. It is possible that your sink does not have the over flow holes and the drain assembly in the kit is built for sinks with overflow holes.
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