I have a faucet in this series. (Booklet says Model 583 Series shows 59218. I need to remove the stopper but I can't figure out how to. I tried pulling on it and I tried unscrewing it. Both unsuccessful
Thank you for your question. To remove the stopper assembly, you will want to unscrew the nut from the drain assembly underneath the sink. Remove the horizontal rod from the drain assembly. You can then pull the stopper out of the sink from above.
Date published: 2018-05-17
Flex Hoses about 1-1/2" too short...
I come up a couple inches short of being able to connect the flex hoses to the valves coming out of the wall. In another similar question posed by another customer you mentioned that this faucet only comes with one-size hoses and you said longer hoses are available at hardware stores. However, I don't see a way of removing Delta's hoses from the faucet to install longer, store-bought ones. Is there a threaded connection within the faucet that we can easily disconnect and replace, or are we left to find some type of extension hose?
Thank you for your question!
Unfortunately, the supply lines that come with the faucet cannot be removed. They are 3/8th compression fitting. You should be able to find hoses you can attach from your shut off valves to connect to the hoses on the faucet.
I hope this helps!
Date published: 2016-02-01
Do you have longer water lines for the 583LF-WF?
Need a 20" and 24" approximate length hoses.
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 583LF-WF does not have extended water lines offered with this model. You can purchase supply lines that are longer from your local wholesaler or retailer.
Date published: 2013-10-22