Victorian TempAssure® 17T Series Tub and Shower Trim

Model #:T17T455-SS

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TempAssure® 17T Series Tub and Shower Trim - T17T455-SS $663.10
MultiChoice(R) Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body - R10000-UNBX $47.75
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  • Full collection carries old world charm through an entire home.
  • Soft curves offer a timeless design.
  • Thermostatic operation for precise temperature control.
  • Two function cartridge - lever controls volume and dial controls temperature
  • Order MultiChoice rough-in valve separately
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Rough in valve for new Delta Tub/Shower

I have an existing Delta shower/tub faucet. It looks almost identical to the T17T455 (Victorian) but maybe an older version? I want to upgrade to a newer model and trim but I am trying to avoid having to purchase a new rough in valve and hire a plumber to replace/install. Do all the tub/shower models use the same rough in valve? I am looking to install model 144996-BN or similar. I am looking to install tub shower combo. My old tub spout also has the adapter installed on a copper pipe (welded I assume b/c I cant get it off with a strap wrench). Does the new tub spout work with the adapter or would I have to hire a plumber to cut that off to get the new tub spout installed? Thank you
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most rough in valves are compatible with the new trim styles...make sure you order the correct tub spout for copper...(should be available). There is normally a set screw underneath the spout to remove it.
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # T17T455 can be changed out with the 144996-BN if you have a multi-choice valve in the wall. You will need to determine how old your old faucet is. We came out with the R10000 multi-choice valve in 2006. If your old faucet is older than that, then you will not be able to switch to the 1400 series faucet.

Regarding your tub spout, what you have in the wall now should work fine. If the new tub spout has an adapter, take it out and use the one that is in the wall.
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T17T455 vs T17455

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Would you please give me the differences in these two models? I see there is a significant price difference and wondered how they differ. Is there an advantage of one over the other? Does one come with extra parts?
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Hi Suzette,

There is in fact a big difference between the two. The T17455 is a regular monitor 1700 series. The T17T455 is from the same Victorian collection but with a thermostatic cartridge.

TempAssure Thermostatic valves monitor the temperature of the water and adjust the mix automatically to maintain precise temperature control and to keep the water temperature in your shower within a safe ±3° F (±1.6° C). This provides a more consistent temperature than pressure balanced valves can supply. TempAssure valves also feature an adjustable high-temperature limit stop that when properly set helps ensure the handle cannot be turned to a position that is too hot for comfort. And because TempAssure measures the temperature of water, the handle limit stop will not need to be adjusted for seasonal ground water temperature changes. This information can but found under the smart solutions tab. Once your there you can click on Tempassure tab.

Below is a link to this same information.
http://www.deltafaucet.com/smart-so...
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Is there one valve preferred over another to use with this? There are so many to choose from.
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Hi Suzette,

The most common valve used with all shower faucets is the R10000-UNBX. This valve will allow you to utilize any kind of piping for the shower as well as the hot and cold inlets.
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How do I adjust the Model #T17T455-SS so that I can get more hot water coming from it.

The water coming out of the Model #T17T455-SS tub/shower unit is not hot enough. The water is fine in the other parts of the house including the 2nd shower which does not have the Model #T17T455-SS. I want to know how to increase the hot water flow of this unit.
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # T17T455-SS may need the rotational limit stop adjusted to allow more hot water to flow through the valve. Included here are the instructions on how to adjust the rotational limit stop. The directions are one page 8.

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Hi. I'd like to install the T17T455-RB (Victorian) and 57021-RB (Slide Bar Handshower)

Can you please tell me:
1. Is this feasible?
2. If so, what three way Delta diverter (Venetian Bronze finish) would I need?
3. What Delta rough valve body would I need?

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Thank you for your questions. To complete the installion of Delta Faucet model # T17T455-RB and 57021-RB, you will need the following other parts: R10000-UNBX is the rough in valve. R11000 is the diverter valve. T11855-RB is the divertrer trim. 50560-RB is the wall elbow for the hand shower.
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I need a handle for my faucet.

I don't know the model, the faucet was already installed when we purchased the house. The faucet looks victorian and has chrome and brass colors. I have a couple of other pictures if needed.
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you need to get an RP48310, RP50465, and an RP471498 from Delta
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Thank you for your question. There are several parts that you may need for your complete handle. We have included the parts breakdown for Delta Faucet model # T17T455 here so you can decide exactly what parts you will need to purchase from your local wholesaler or retailer.

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