Delta MultiChoice® Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body

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  • MultiChoice Universal valve body only
  • Accepts single, dual, or dual thermostatic cartridge
  • Cartridge ships with trim
  • Back-to-back capability
  • Lifetime Faucet and Finish Warranty

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Delta MultiChoice® Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body 4.3 5 6 6
This is the second bathroom I've used this in I love this valve. I liked it so much the first one I used, I bought another one for my other bathroom. April 8, 2014
perfect item We have not installed it yet, but it arrived quickly, well packaged and at a great price. March 1, 2012
Universal mixing valve Works well and as expected. Purchased along with Delta Shower valve March 13, 2014
Just what we wanted Exactly what we ordered & needed - worked great November 27, 2012
BEST VALVE This is a universal pressure balance valve. I love this product because it truly is UNIVERSAL with any delta trim sets! It is extremly simple to install and even more simple to operate. I highly suggest using this valve when you are remodeling your bathroom. January 12, 2013
Shower Head is Leaking Had Delta Model 10000 valve put in with a shower head about 13 months ago. Shower head is now dripping. Hate to see new product not performing so soon after installation. April 23, 2013
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Can I use CPVC from R10000-UNWS to tub spout in my case?

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I converted my home from copper to CPVC to end a plague of pin hole leaks. I am building a new master bath and plan to use an R10000-UNWS valve body, a T17086 trim kit with volume and temperature controls and a tub spout that creates an attractive water-fall. The spout has no diverter or other obstruction to the water supply to a tub. I capped the shower outlet on the R1000-UNWS and added manufactured brass-to-CPVC transition adapters on the hot and cold inlets and the tub outlet. On a final review of Delta instructions I see that the pipe between valve body and tub spout must be copper or iron pipe. Why is CPVC excluded? Why can I have only one 90 degree elbow? Why must the drop to the tub spout be between 8” and 18”? Shower rise can not be the problem because the shower outlet is capped.
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If I use a R10000-UNBX valve, does the tub spout I choose need a diverter?

I will be using a R10000-UNBX valve on my project and need to know if I should be ordering a tub spout with a diverter or is that not necessary with this valve?
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Thank you for your question! This valve does not have an integrated diverter. If you are installing a tub and shower set, the tub spout will need a diverter.

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2 weeks, 3 days ago
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Is the plaster guard removable -?

If the plasterguard were removed it would appear that the opening in the finished wall could be a much smaller hole - easier to drill with a hole saw in the existing tiled wall.
But is the plaster guard necessary to mount the escutcheon to or is it just to guide the install depth ?
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2 weeks, 5 days ago
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Thank you for your question! The plastergaurd can be removed if the valve is installed on a stringer. It is designed as a guide for measuring the hole and the depth of the valve. If you choose not to use the plastergaurd as a guide to cut the hole, please make sure that the hole is large enough to access the screw holes.

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2 weeks, 4 days ago
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17 Series cartridge adapter installation

I have the R10000-PXWS universal valve and the cartridge that came with our trim kit is a 17 series. The instructions say to push the cartridge adapter into the valve assembly and then screw that in place to secure it. This valve assembly does not have a hole to receive the screw. Instead there is an empty space where the screw hole should be.

I can remove the screw entirely and install the adapter, then the cartridge. Would this be secure enough once the retaining ring is tightened over the cartridge?
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Raleigh, NC, USA
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Hi Richard,

Thank you for your question! The valve has been redesigned, and the screw is no longer needed to secure the adapter.

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Jon
1 month, 1 week ago
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What is the difference between Model # R10000-UNWS and Model # R10000-UNWS-3

What is the difference between Model # R10000-UNWS and Model # R10000-UNWS-3
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New York, NY, USA
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Hi NSL!

Thanks for your question! The R10000-UNWS-3 is the same valve except the package contains 3 valves. So if you are wanting to purchase just one valve, you'll want to purchase the R10000-UNWS.

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Justin
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How to test and flush

On step 4, your installation instructions say to "Reinstall cap and bonnet and tighten securely. Plug both outlets with proper fittings. Check for leaks."

Firstly, you only provided one "reusable test plug" yet you say to plug both outlets. You also say to reinstall cap and bonnet before putting the plugs in, which is impossible, unless the plug actually goes on the outside of the valve somewhere for testing. Secondly, you don't say how to go about checking for leaks. Do I simply turn the water supply on for X amount of time or how long is sufficient? Do you have a video on this procedure? I can't find it on your support page. More detailed instructions would be helpful.

Additionally, do you recommend a specific type of cap for the lower port if I am not using with a tub spout? I.e. Must it be brass or can it be iron, etc.?
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Hi Asmad, Thank you for your question. Step 4 is in regards to pressure testing the valve. The outlets that are referred to are the tub spout and showerhead stub outs. Once those are plugged and the test cap and bonnet are installed you can pressure test all of your connections.
The test plug to plug the ports in the valve body itself when fully pushed in will fit under the test cap to check flow from the hot and cold ports in the valve.
To test for leaks you do just turn on the water and let it run long enough to verify that there are no leaks in your system.
We offer the RP20032 plug that can be sweated into the tub port on a R10000-UNBX or a brass 1/2" cap will work as well.
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Is there an easy fix if the plasterguard is sticking too far out of the finished wall?

After everything has been redone in our tiled shower, the plasterguard is sticking out at least a half inch from the tiled shower wall. This prevents the trim plate (the escutcheon?) from being installed tightly against the finished wall. Is there anything that can be done to remedy this?
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Hi Amy, Thank you for your question. The plasterguard on the R10000-UNWS must be mounted flush or subflush 1/4" to the finished wall. Unfortunately the only fix is to re-rough the valve to the proper distance. If you have a 13/14 series faucet removing the plasterguard itself and ordering the 3/4" longer RP22735 trim sleeve might work.
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Delta Foundations BT13210-SS Monitor 13 Series Shower Trim, Stainless and Delta R10000-UNBXHF

I want to buy a Delta Foundations BT13210-SS Monitor 13 Series Shower Trim, Stainless and Delta R10000-UNBXHF Multichoice Universal Shower Only Valve Body. First. are these 2 compatible? Second, I have read about a cartridge being necessary, Is this included, or an additional purchase? Third, I have read a lot of posts about a Scald Gard reducing temp. Is this an issue, and can it be removed?
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Hi Barry, Thank you for your question. The BT13210-SS shower trim is compatible with the R10000-UNBXHF. You will not need to purchase a separate carttridge as the cartridge is included with the BT13210-SS. The cartridge is equipped with a rotational limit stop that allows you to set the max hot water temperature. The Scald Guard feature cannot be removed. This feature keeps the temperature of the faucet consistent if someone else in the home turns on the hot or cold water.
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What can you do if your plastic square is sticking outside of the finished wall?

We had the plumbers come out to install the R10000UNWS along with the R11000 diverter. The diverter is perfect; however it seems that when we put up the wall board it just sits on top of the plastic square. It looks as though once we do the thin set and tile it will be flush. Is there something else we can do?
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Hi Blondie, Thank you for your question. For with stops models, which includes the R10000-UNWS the plasterguard must be flush or subflush 1/4" to finished wall. The finished wall would include the tile in your application.
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I have High pressure in my house and when you turn on the tub, water leaks at the shower head. Delta said to use R10000-UNWS valve body. Does that m

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George Z
Staten Island, NY, USA
i installed 13/14, 17 & 17T series MultiChoice valve trim 4 years ago. Been have trouble since. When the Kids give the grand kids bath the water trickles out the shower head too! Strong out of tub. Seems when we open sink valve the shower head slows down a bit so we think it's the excellant water pressure in the house. Delta said to use R10000-UNWS valve body instead???
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Hi George Z, Thank you for your question. Most likely, you are experiencing "shower-rise" where the water can’t get out of the spout as fast as it flows through the valve. This causes the water to back up and come out the shower head. There can be one of several reasons for this:

The valve could be upside down
The length from the valve to the tub spout is outside of the 8" to 18" rule
There is more than one 90-degree angle
Something other than copper or galvanized pipe was used going to the spout
The most common reason is that there is something restricting the water flow to the spout, e.g. solder or something lodged in the pipe. Something is impeding the flow of water to the spout and causing it to back up and go out the shower head. If this is the cause of shower-rise it is possible to remove the blockage by removing the tub spout; then, feeding a plumber’s snake or a speedometer cable up through the tub drop. The act of feeding it causes it to twirl and loosen the blockage. Be sure to flush the valve before reinstalling the tub spout. Be sure to check the tub spout itself for blockage.
If none of these help, you may need to call a plumber. After the shower has been installed and the wall has been closed, there is little that can be done to remedy this situation yourself.
There would be no benefit to switching the valve body.
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