Foundations Single Handle Shower Complete Rough and Trim

Model #:B112900

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Product Features and Benefits

  • Sensible styling that compliments any home
  • Single handle pressure balanced valve & rough included
  • WaterSense labeled showerhead conserves water without compromising experience
  • Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty
Watersense certified by CSA International

This product meets EPA criteria for WaterSense

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  • Valve Type: Single-function pressure balance cartridge
  • Flow Rate: 2.00 gpm @ 80 psi, 7.6 L/min @ 550 kPa maximum water usage

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Foundations Single Handle Shower Complete Rough and Trim 4.5 5 4 4
Faucet funtions effortlessly, easy to install, with simple directions Easy installation process. Directions were self explanatory for most part, had to go online to get clear understanding of how to increase water temperature, directions didn't explain sliding the o ring to be able to move adjustment. Once that was figured out system runs smoothly and efficiently. May 30, 2013
clean looking the faucet were packaged smartly in a small box and carefully protected inside. Instruction were easy to follow ,replacement parts are easy to install, simple one cartage, one,two three u are done great product May 20, 2014
easy to install I have had experiences with other faucet brands and always come back to delta. Their products are easy to install and never need any service as in ,washers, or cartridges. May 4, 2014
Love the company's service and the product Solid quality, easy installation, Awesome customer service January 21, 2014
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We installed a new shower stall in a bathroom remodel. We have to drill holes in the shower stall wall for the handle and for the shower head to be inserted through.
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Brand new installation of Delta shower faucet B112900

My contractor broke through the tiles, replaced the shower valve, etc. added new wall board and tiled the wall again. When I went to use the shower, the hot and cold are now backward...and they never were in the past. Is there a way to fix this without breaking into wall again? Contractor does not claim responsibility for this issue and blames the Delta valve...which I purchased from HomeDepot brand new and the box was not opened until contractor opened it. HELP!!!
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Hi Becky, Thank you for your question. It sounds like the cartridge was installed upside down. To get the hot and cold temperatures working properly in your model B112900 you will want to remove the catridge from the valve, rotate it 180 degrees and reinstall. The raised portion of the cartridge that stops the motion of the handle should be on the hot water side. I have attached a link to the manual below that covers the cartridge installation..
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what trim can be used to replace the original trim of this set?

I bought this set from home depot, and would like to change the trim if possible. What trim is compatible with the valve included? Thanks.
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Hi Robin, Thank you for your question. The only alternative to the trim for the model B112900 that fits your existing rough in valve is the B114900-SS. The B112900 does not use our multi-choice universal rough that would allow you to switch out your current trim to the rest of the Delta tub/shower faucet trims.
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I have installed a B112900 and the hot water comes out luke warm.

I read the answer to Kendra's question in your Q&A and printed off the manual. The rotational limit stop on my unit has two arms on it so it only rotates 90 degrees. The picture of this item on page six of your manual has only one arm. How do I get the correct part?
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Hi Don, Thank you for your question. Based on your description you do have the proper valve cartridge RP70538 that goes with your model B112900. The picture in the manual only shows the one arm that is needed for the adjustment. The top arm of the two is the one moved to make the adjustment, it will only travel approximately 90 degrees.
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Adjust rotational temperature stop *after* installation.

Hello Delta!

First, I know that the "instructions" for this adjustment are on page 6. The problem is, those directions are not very helpful, especially after the faucet has been installed.

I had a contractor install my Delta faucet, and now I need to adjust the temperature limit. With the handle installed, I can't tell if I can remove the cover by simply sliding it off, or if I need to remove the entire plate. I also can't tell if I can remove the nut at the end that the handle affixes to so that I can actually remove the o-ring and then adjust the temperature limit. I have read through all the directions and these procedures are still not clear.

In the attached photo, you can see the installed handle, with the lever removed. I am wondering how to remove the sleeve (1) or if I can remove the nut (2) so that I can actually get to the O-ring and the control gear (3 & 4).

Thanks for the help!
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Hi Kendra, Thank you for your question. The trim sleeve(1) just slides off, there are no threads. Remove the screw in the end of the handle adapter(2). This will allow you to remove that piece and have access to the o-ring and control gear to make your adjustment.
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Hi Chris,

Thank you for your question. As long as you have Delta Faucet model # R10000-UNBX multi-choice valve in the wall which came with your B112900, you can put any 1300/1400, 1700 or 17T series trim for your faucet. The Polished Brass finish is a difficult finish to find nowadays but the T13220-PBSHC will work.

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How do I adjust Temperature Control on a B112900

We have installed a B112900. While trying to follow the directions as to how to adjust the temperature control we noticed that we do NOT have the same parts inside as are showed in the directions. Can you kindly e-mail me a video as to how to repair this? Thank You.
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # B112900 is equipped with a rotational limit stop that may need adjusting to allow more hot water to flow throught the valve. Included here are the maintenance and installation instructions. The directions for adjusting the flow are on page 6.

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My cartridge unit is a new install, how is the cartridge unit mounted to the shower framing?

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Thank you for your question. Included here are the installation instructions for the B112900. Hopefully these will explain how to install your cartridge.

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know what else to try. I have had a licensed plumber out to adjust it and he states he has never seen a faucet like this and was not able to figure out how to adjust it. There must be a simple trick but instructions just says to move it. It will not move.
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # B112900 contains a rotational limit stop to help control the flow of hot water through the valve. Included here are the instructions for adjusting the limit stop. The directions are on page 6.

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Adjusting hot water temp

Hi Delta,

I have installed a B112900 shower handle, however I am not able to adjust the hot/cold temperature adjustment. Right now the water is coming out cold. The instructions are not clear on what MOVING PART needs to be adjusted in order to allow more hot water.

It would be great if you could post a video of how to do this. As you can see above, multiple people have found your suggestion to "look at the instructions" unhelpful, so please do not post that same advice.

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Hi Ben!

Thanks for contacting Delta Faucet. I have forwarded your video recommendation to the product team, but in the meantime, here are step-by-step instructions on adjusting the rotational limit stop:

First, remove the handle on the faucet and set aside. You will now see a small black o-ring on the end of the brass stem. Remove this o-ring and again set aside. The next piece is round brass piece that is shaped like a gear. Remove this piece and rotate counter clockwise. Each notch you move the piece, it will increase the maximum hot water by approximately 2-3 degrees. Follow the steps in reverse to reassemble the faucet.
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Answer: 
Delta's answer is wrong, they said rotate the brass ring counter clockwise to increase the hot water,but the correct way is to rotate it clockwise. also you need an alen wrench to remove the handle then rotate the silver sleve and pull it outwards until it comes out , then there will be a brass piece just behind the small rubber seal just pull the small brass piece out and rotate it to the right which is clockwise the more you rotate it the hotter the water will become,you will then reasemble everything, and you will also notice that your handle will now turn father to the left towards the hot side,hope this helps, God bless.
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