Delta Stem Assembly

Delta Stem Assembly
Model #:RP25513

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Help choosing the correct part.

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Edmond
I believe I have a 25955 faucet. Water is leaking out from the hot water handle. Your website issue troubleshooter suggested I may need RP4993 and RP25513 - and they look just like the one I have. But the parts diagram stated that the correct part should be either RP42722 or RP64760. What should I get?
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I have a model 3544PB delta faucet. How to I get to the stem assembly. I

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tom
Broadview Heights, OH, USA
I cannot figure out how to get the handle off to get to the
working parts.
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Hi Tom,

Thank you for your question! First, please make sure the water supplies are turned off below the sink. To remove the knob handles on the 3544-PB, pop off the cap by prying up on it, then remove the Phillip's head screw and pull the handle off. You can then unscrew the bonnet nut and pull out the stem unit.

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5 days ago
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What size is the O ring that seals the brass stem as it rotates?

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Jim
45247
I assume I have the correct assembly. I think the faucet is a 2530-24CB. Photo attached. Is this correct?
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Hi Jim, Thank you for your question. The smaller diameter o-ring used on the RP25513 cartridge is a non-standard size o-ring. The o-ring measures .339ID x .545OD x .103 thick. It is available to order as RP75547.
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What size Allen wrench loosens the set screw on the fucet handle?

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feeny
Vienna VA
I am having difficulty figuring out which size works.
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feeny
Vienna VA
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Hi Feeny,

Thank you for your question! Our Two-Handle Faucet set screws typically take a 3/32" Allen wrench.

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1 month, 2 weeks ago
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How modify it to make it turn clockwise?

Previous post says take out the stem assembly and rotate 180 degrees. How do you do that?
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Hi Ken,

Thanks for your question! To make the handle turn the opposite direction, first make sure that the water supplies are shut off under the sink. Next, remove the handle and bonnet nut. On the cold side, the removable 1/4 turn stop should be in the back, and on the hot side it should be in the front. Moving the position of the quarter turn stop changes the direction the handle will turn.

If you need to flip the stem unit around, you can pull it completely out, rotate it 180, and reinstall it.

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Model 2500 series, correct?
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Hi Dennis, Thank you for your question. You will want to replace the RP25513 stem assemblies and the RP4993 seats and springs to stop the leaks. Often mineral build up will make it difficult to remove the bonnet nuts. We recommend soaking a towel in a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water and wrapping the towel around the bonnet nut. Allow the solution to soak in overnight if possible to help break up the mineral build up, making the bonnet nut easier to remove.
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To repair a leak coming from my quarter-turn lav faucet, I installed RP25513 with stop piece.

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Pete
Fort Myers Beach, FL, USA
I made sure that I replaced the old piece with the new in the exact orientation. All went well except now my quarter-turn facet is no longer quarter-turn. Can you help me get this right please?
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Fort Myers Beach, FL, USA
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Hi Pete, Thank you for your question. On lever style handles the raised portion or integrated stop(2) should be to the right on both the hot and cold sides as you face the faucet. The smaller removable quarter stop(3) should be to the front on the hot side and to the rear on the cold side. I have attached a picture for the correct stem assembly orientation below.
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What purpose does the set screw serve on top of brass post?

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Hi Joe, Thank you for your question. The RP25513 stem unit assembly does not include a set screw. A set screw that comes with the handle assemblies holds the handle onto the RP25513 by tightening down onto the flat portion of the brass stem.
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I just replaced the RP25513 cartridge in my bathroom shower faucet. Where can I find a replacement extension?

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Freeman
Texas, USA
There is a collar that extends the faucet handle out from the shower wall about 3 1/2 inches. There is an extension inside the collar that extends the cartridge through the collar out to the handle. It's about 3 1/2 inches long. Where can I find a replacement for this extension?
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Hi Freeman, Thank you for your question. The RP18627 is the stem extension used in our 2 and 3 handle tub/shower faucets. You can order this item online or from your local retailer or wholesaler that sells Delta products.
http://www.deltafaucet.com/repairpa...
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the brass nut in front did not come off easily with pliars but some leaking started at the rear of the valve, which was not visible with the hub on the stem. (The leak did stop when I re-tightened). I now have a strap wrench hoping that will help loosen the nut but do not want to shut down three + units in a condo complex if I end up breaking and having to replace the valve.
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Hi Dave, Thank you for your question. I have attached the parts break down to the 1600 series faucet below. Hopefully the image of the valve gives you your answer.
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