Delta Stem Assembly

Delta Stem Assembly
Model #:RP25513

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What is the size of the O Ring on the RP25513?

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Hi Bill, Thank you for your question. The o-ring on the outside of the RP25513 stem assembly measures 11/16 x 13/16 x 1/16. The o-ring is available to order as the RP1129.
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Is this piece covered under a warranty?

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We have had our faucet for 6 years and it has began to leak. The above piece is what I need to repair. I just wondered if it was covered under a warranty?
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Hi April, Thank you for your question.
Delta® Non-Electronic Lifetime Faucet and Finish Limited Warranty
All parts and finishes of the Delta faucet are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home. Delta recommends using a professional plumber for all installation and repair.

Delta will replace, FREE OF CHARGE, during the warranty period, any part or finish that proves defective in material and/or workmanship under normal installation, use and service.

Replacement parts may be obtained by calling 1‑800‑345‑DELTA (3358).

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Faucet Leaking

Hello,

I have a Delta faucet with two handles.

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The water is dripping slowly at the faucet. Therefore, I replaced the hot and cold handles with the Delta Faucet RP25513 Stem Assembly. However, the water is still dripping slowly.

Please advise.

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Chau
Topics: Care/Maintenance
2 months, 4 weeks ago
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Hi Chau, Thank you for your question. To stop a leak at the faucet you will also want to change out the RP4993 seats and springs. The seats and springs are located in the valve body directly underneath the RP25513 stem assemblies. The metal plate on the bottom of the stem assembly rotates on top of the rubber seat creating the seal. Over time the seats wear and lose the seal. Changing these out should solve your issue.
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2 months, 3 weeks ago
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What is the part number for a clockwise stem assembly?

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Mike
Aldie, VA 20105, USA
The RP25513 turns counter-clockwise. I am looking for the part number of the equivalent valve stem assembly that turns clockwise.
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Aldie, VA 20105, USA
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Hi Mike,

Thank you for your question. You can make Delta Faucet model # RP25513 turn clockwise by taking out the stem assemblies and flipping them 180 degrees. Re-insert them and they should work the way you requested.

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Is the RP 25513 equivalent to the Danco 3S-16H/C?

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Amherst MA
The Danco does not seem to fit well (turns with difficulty and feels squishy) but that is what I got from Home Depot. Is it the wrong part?
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Hi Bill, Thank you for your question.You should only use genuine Delta repair parts in your faucet. Failure to do so will void the warranty on your product. The 3S-16H/C is a competitors version of the RP25513 stem assembly.
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My Handle will not attack to the stem assemby

I currently have a faucet with a notch carved out of the copper stem assembly causing the cold water handle to not be able to be attached with the allen bolt.

the handle will come loose under small presume.

I can not find a Stem Assembly which correctly replaces it.

It is shaped like the RP1740 however it has a copper piece rather than a plastic piece like the RP25513 does. Which part is the correct replacement part?
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7 months ago
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Hi Bob, Thank you for your question. The stem assembly that is shaped like the RP1740 but has the metal stem is the RP24096.
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How do you remove the small screw insert when it is stripped?

It is located on the side of the faucet at the base. it needs to be removed to change the stem.
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1 year, 1 month ago
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Hi Ray, Thank you for your question. To remove a stripped out set screw you will have to drill it out. Be careful to not damage the threads in the handle or it will have to be replaced.
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Does Delta make a brass valve assy for this model??

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Hi Outta-line, Thank you for your question. The RP25513 is the version of the stem assembly with the brass stem. An all brass stem assembly is not available.
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What is the difference between part #RP25513 & #RP24096

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Al
Franklin, MI USA
I have two faucets that are beginning to show signs of wear and tear.

On one faucet the hot water handle is beginning to stick slightly when turning it off or on.

On the other faucet the faucet is leaking and the leak can be stopped by applying pressure to the hot water handle.

I am going to attempt to repair the faucets as opposed to replacing them. On your website I notice that there are two stem unit assembly replacement parts listed along with seats and springs. I want to make sure I order the correct stem unit assembly and I would like to know what the difference is between part #RP25513 & #RP24096 ?

Thanks for your assistance.
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Franklin, MI USA
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Hi Al,
Thank you for your question. The stems are the same except for 1 feature. The RP25513 has what is called a 1/4 turn stop. This is a small removable piece that is placed either in front or back of the stem assembly for use on lever handles. It is not used on knob style handles.
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Leaky Valve

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DaveF
After removing the handle and bonnet nut, should the stem unit assembly pull out or is there something else holding it down? Does the seat and spring come out with the assembly? How do I know if it is the seat causing the leak or the stem assembly?
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Hi Dave,
Thank you for your question. Once you have removed the handle and bonnet nut nothing else is holding the stem. The seat and springs will be in a small recess directly under the stem. If the faucet is leaking out of the spout the seats and springs are the likely culprit but it is best to change the stem unit as well.
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