Delta Stem Unit Assembly

Delta Stem Unit Assembly
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3530-LHP dripping

I have a 3530-LHP that is dripping. I'm not sure if it is the hot or cold side. I was thinking that I will probably need to replace the stem unit assembly and/or the seats & springs on both sides? Would like to know your thoughts on what I should be looking at and also what part numbers I would need to purchase.
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Hi Aarcool, Thank you for your question. You are correct that you will want to change out the stem assemblies, seats, and springs to stop a dripping faucet. The model 3530-LHP uses the RP25513 stem assembly and RP4993 seats and springs. Here is a link to the parts break down for the model 3530 to help with your repair.
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Bathroom sink, lever style, Leaking Faucet, still leaking after replacing RP24096 (hot or cold),

My bathroom sink with the lever style handles has a steady stream leak. I replaced the same cartridge in both hot and cold sides since this part is designed for both sides. After replacing both hot and cold cartridges the leak continues.

Did I do something wrong?
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NJ
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Hi Jim, Thank you for your question. We recommend replacing the RP4993 seats and springs in addition to the RP24096 stem assembly to stop a leak. The seats and springs are located directly underneath the stem assemblies in the valve body and help create the seal to shut off the water.
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bathroom wideset leaking water

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suzy
brooklyn
It only leaks from the hot water side Even when I turn on the cold water only... Do I just replace the cartridge or am I totally off on how to repair this problem?
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brooklyn
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Hi Suzy, Thank you for your question. Replacing the RP24096 stem assembly and the RP4993 seat and spring that is located directed underneath the RP24096 in the valve body should resolve the leak issue.
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Looking for stem piece replacement

On the hunt for the pictured piece, which cracked and goes to a widespread chrome/porcelain bathroom sink faucet. I believe it's the discontinued H212, but not sure.

Do you sell this?
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Hi Martha, Thank you for your question. The RP24096 would be the correct stem unit assembly for the pictured mini-widespread valve body. If you are asking about the replacement for the actual brass body there is not a replacement available.
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is this part different from RP25513?

RP24096 and RP25513 look very similar. how are they different?
Are there other part numbers for Delta stem assemblies?
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Hi Hoy, The RP24096 and the RP25513 are the same stem unit assembly accept that the RP25513 has 1/4 stop included that the RP24096 does not. This stop restricts the handle movement to 90 degrees on lever style handles. The other similar stem unit assembly is the RP1740 that is used with knob style handles that screw into the top of the stem.
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i am replacing a RP24096 stem on a shower assembly

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Lee
Magna, UT, USA
how do i keep the seat and spring (7PB4993) in place while replacing the stem on a horizonal shower assembly?
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Magna, UT, USA
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Hi Lee, Thank you for your question. The spring should be inserted with the larger side down and the smaller/tapered side facing out. The rubber seat will cover the tapered end of the spring. If you put the seat and spring together on the end of an allen wrench you can position them in the opening in the valve body, slide them off, and push them into place. They should stay far enough in the valve body for you to install the stem assembly. Make sure to always use genuine Delta parts in your faucet as failing to do so will void the product warranty.
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Hi Lesialangb, Thank you for your question. The bottom of the RP24096 stem assembly has a metal plate. The metal plate of the stem assembly moves over top of the rubber seal of the RP4993 seat and spring which is located directly under the RP24096.
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I have a circa 1998 chrome/brass knob style handle that I want to replace with a lever handles

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Scottsdale, AZ
The current stem is RP24096 and I believe I need to replace the stem with RP25513. What lever handles are available for this chrome widespread bathroom faucet ?
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Hi Steve, Thank you for your question. You are correct that you will want to use the RP25513 stem assemblies with the change to a lever style handle. Our H24 A24, H25, H215, H269, and H278 lever handles will all work with your existing faucet.
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Do all of your lever handles use the set screw that uses a 3/32" hex bit?

I am not sure which model faucet I have, but it is about 11 years old and it appears to be like the 3583 series with lever handles that have the polished brass ends. I need to replace the cartridges, but want to be sure that I have the right tool so that I don't round off the hex set screw with the wrong size allen wrench.
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Hi Ashedl, Thank you for your question. Not all of our 2 handle faucets use the same size set screw but the most commonly used size does take a 3/32" allen wrench.
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What is the best method to tighten a widespread turn off valve after it has already been installed in a granite top.

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Denver, CO, USA
Hot water valve is loose and the handle will not stay in the correct position. It constantly goes back further then it should.
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Denver, CO, USA
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Hi Jack, Thank you for your question. The entire end valve assembly is moving. You will need to tighten the nut that is underneath the sink on the threaded shank of the valve. Tightening this nut should hold the faucet to the countertop. Make sure to align the valve correctly before you tighten the nut.
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