Where can i get my hands on an aerator wrench and replacement aerator for the Celice Two Handled WideSpread Bathroom Faucet?
Thank you for your question. The Delta 35705LF-RB faucet aerator assembly with wrench is available. The part number is RP51345. Here is a link to the part:
You can usually find Delta faucet parts at any dealer that sells Delta faucets. Some good places to check can be found on our website under Where To Buy.
To order parts directly from Delta, you may call the toll-free Delta Help Line at 1-800-345-3358. We accept Visa or MasterCard for parts orders over the telephone.
Date published: 2018-08-23
Increase flow rate for Celice roman faucet
Can the r2707 rough in kit be used instead of the kit that comes with Celice 35705lf trim to achieve a higher flow rate?
Hi Rob, Thank you for your question. The R2707 roman tub rough is not compatible for use with the 35705LF lavatory faucet.
Date published: 2014-12-23
Are the components contained within the valve, etc the same when bought from a big box retail outlet versus a plumbing dealer? I don't mind paying more from a dealer if they are of stronger made materials.
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet models are the same no matter who you buy them from. If the model number is the same, then the internal parts and the external parts are exactly the same quality.
Date published: 2013-10-22
Did we install our faucet correctly?
We recently remodeled our bathroom and used the Celice collection for many of the fixtures, including the faucets for the sink. Our contractor did everything for us. In order to turn on the water for the sink we have to push the handle towards the wall (away from ourselves), instead of pulling the handle away from the wall (toward ourselves). Is this correct? We felt like he installed them backwards but he said that was how the instructions read. Thanks for your help.
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model 35705LF-SS should rotate towards you to operate on and off. We recommend removing the handles and looking inside them. They should say C for Cold and H for Hot. Also look underneath the sink and the longer of the two tubes should be on the outside of the faucet. If they are not, then the sides, were switched. You should be able just to switch the handles and make it work so that the handles point towards you when turning on the faucet. Make sure you turn off the water to the faucet before taking off the handles.
Date published: 2018-07-08