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Faucet & Shower Handles
Single-handle lavatory and tub/shower models can be converted from a clear or smoked knob handle to a lever handle. However, the "action" of a lever handle differs from a knob handle so you also need a different ball valve (RP20111) in your faucet for the lever handle to operate properly.
A single-handle faucet converted from knob handle to lever handle will operate slightly differently from an "original equipped" lever model.
Yes. Delta® two-handle kitchen, lavatory and tub/shower models can be fitted with a wide variety of handle styles to suit your tastes. Changing Delta faucet handles is simple and takes less than five minutes.
If you are changing from lever handles to knob or porcelain cross handles, you will need to re-orient the right (cold) handle stem stop so the stem stop faces inward.
If you are changing from knob or porcelain cross handles to lever handles, you will need to re-orient the right (cold) handle stem stop so the stem stop faces outward (both left and right handle stem stops should orient to the right).
Delta faucets are designed to accommodate the majority of Delta handles. In most cases handle styles are available in different sizes depending on the application of the faucet. For example, tub/shower handles tend to be larger than lavatory handles.
To locate a local source for Delta handles, visit your licensed professional plumbing contractor or Delta showroom. You can also e-mail us or call 1-800-345-DELTA (3358).
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The lever portion that you grab onto of the handle un-threads and inside the base portion there is a small hole that has the hidden set screw and lastly you have a ring handle which is a cylinder handle where you have to place your hand very flat over the very front portion of the handle and twist it like a jar and once that top cap portion is off there is a set screw. The set screw in all the levers should take a 3 32nd" allen wrench.
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Can this handle be used or is there an adapter that can bought?
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, our trim kits will not work on the existing valve. The valve would need to be replaced with an R10000 Rough-In Valve Body.
Thank you for your question. The handles can be replaced with the H41PB knob handle kit.
Thank you for your question. You have a 1400 series unit with an H72 handle assembly. There should be a set screw located on the right side directly behind the lever. Mineral deposits may make it hard to see. You can soak it with a 50/50 white vinegar and water solution using a rag to help with that. It will take a 3/32" Allen wrench.
Thank you for contacting us! The handles will lock onto the faucet by grabbing the lever with one hand and turning the base clockwise with the other. Please make sure they are fully seated onto the faucet.
Thanks for your question! These are Delta faucets, a 1400 series shower and the 3504-PB. The handle in the shower can be replaced with any H7 handle, such as the H75PB, H712PB, H715PB, H716PB, or A72PB and H72PB. The lavatory faucet handles can be replaced with any H2 handles (H25PB, H212PB, etc).
Thank you for your question. Based on the photos, you have the model 2882-PB. Unfortunately, we no longer make two handle tub/shower trim kits. However, most parts are still available in Chrome.
Escutcheon plate - RP6150
Sleeve - RP6150
Extenders - RP12631
Stem - RP1740
Seat & spring - RP4993
Tub spout - RP17453 (thread/sweat on) or RP5836 (slip on)
Shower arm - RP6023
Flange - RP6025
The handles can be replaced with any handle kit starting with H2, such as the H25, H216, etc. The shower head can be replaced with any model we currently make.
The part number for the escutcheon and sleeve were the same. Doing a little researching, am I correct that the correct part # for the sleeve is RP10802?
Second, can I replace with the round escutcheons/threaded sleeves instead without changing anything else? If so, I would need RP18090 and RP18276 from what I can tell.
Finally, as I look at H22 handles, it looks like it has a set screw on the side instead of the long 3" screw that goes through like mine have. Am I seeing it correctly and if so, I assume that either style will work?
Again, thank you so much for the help.
Thank you for your question! For kitchen faucet models with a side sprayer, the sprayer can be installed on either side of the faucet.
Thank you for your question. The button is only cosmetic. If you handle is loose, the set screw will need to be tightened.
Thank you for your question. Based on the photos, you have the pre-1995 version of the 2767-PB. Unfortunately, current trim kits will not work with the rough-in valve from this model. The replacement rough-in valve that would allow you to use current trim kits is the the R2707.
Just a suggestion for the route I am pursuing to get rid of the dated look and update with fresh chrome:
although the spout fitment is quite different, the valves are not really unchanged to the T27 series; This makes the handles a fairly straight forward swap - I am using H65 handles for this. (the handle bases can also be found in current series) See attached for pic - of course this was just placed on for picture - the base ring needs to be replaced in chrome also.
For the spout, this is where the major headache comes in - can find nothing available in that series; so I am going to have the original spout plus the threaded collar chrome-plated at a local plating shop.
I can't show finished pictures as yet, since have yet to have the plating process completed; but fairly confident of the outcome and avoids whole-scale demo!
One note about the spout removal:
After removing the collar, there will be a set-screw through the rough into the stem; remove the set-screw.
In my case the spout was pretty firmly 'stuck' in there and I was not completely sure about its removal - I taped up the threads of the rough assembly to avoid damage and held it with channel lock pliers; then was able to 'work' the spout to remove it; as it turns out, it is just a push fit, with an o-ring seal on the and of the spout; turning it 'broke' the stiction and action of rotating in both directions and pulling was able to remove it.