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Delta Valve
Model #:RP60400

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Valve cartridge compatibility

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KevinG
Denver, CO
I have the same question as Rocco: "I have a two handle bathroom sink faucet that is leaking at the hot supply handle. From your product ID web site, the faucet appears to be a "Victorian" centerset. Unfortunately you list two different models, 2555-MPU-DST and 2555LF-216. Each model uses a different valve cartridge, RP25513 and RP60400. How do I know what to purchase? Are these parts interchangable?"

Delta Staff said: "If you have copper supply lines, you need the RP255513 cartridge. If you see pex supply lines, you need the RP60400 cartridge."

However, my supply lines are a braided metal mesh. So which cartridge applies? Thanks.
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Hi KevinG, Thank you for your question. The RP60400 cartridge is used in the 2555-MPU-DST faucet which comes with the pex supply lines that are molded as part of the faucet, not separate lines that are attached to the faucet.
The 2555LF faucet has 1/2" threaded connections which the installer would have to purchase supply lines to run from the water shut off to the faucet. If you have braided metal supply lines you will need the RP25513 stem assembly and the RP4993 seats and springs as your replacement parts.
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how do i replace the RP 60400 valve

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Greensboro, NC, USA
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Greensboro, NC, USA
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Hi Dave,

I am sorry to hear about the trouble that you are having with your faucet and I would be happy to help.

While the information can vary slightly depending on the model number of the faucet, I will provide basic instructions.
To begin, turn the water off to your faucet, remove the handle and the bonnet nut underneath. Once these pieces have been removed, you will be able to pull straight up on the stem unit to remove. Follow the directions in reverse to install the new stem unit.
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What cartridge does my faucet take?

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Mike
New Hampshire, USA
I appear to have a Delta Pilar Double Handle Kitchen Faucet. The number stamped in the rear if the faucet is 413763. What are the proper hot and cold water faucet replacement cartridges?
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Thank you for your question. If you do have the Delta Faucet model # 2480-DST, then your replacement cartridge is the RP60400.
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I have a two handle bathroom sink faucet that is leaking at the hot supply handle. From your product ID web site, the faucet appears to be a "Victorian" centerset. Unfortunately you list two different models, 2555-MPU-DST and 2555LF-216. Each model uses a different valve cartridge, RP25513 and RP60400. How do I know what to purchase? Are these parts interchangable?
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet models 2555-MPU-DST and 2555LF-216 do have cartridges that are not interchangeable. There is a way to tell the difference between the two faucets.

If you look underneath the sink and you see copper supply lines, you have the 2555LF-216. You will need the RP255513 cartridge.

If you look underneath the sink and you see pex supply lines, then you have 2555-MPU-DST. You will need the RP60400 cartridge.
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