how do I get the stopper out & retrieve something that fell in?
Thank you for your question. If a stopper does not lift straight out, it is being held in by the horizontal rod. Behind the drain pipe under the sink is a horizontal rod connected to the lift rod via the strap. The horizontal rod is held in place by a nut. Remove the nut and pull the horizontal rod straight away from the pipe about an inch. The stopper should now come free of the drain.
Date published: 2017-01-09
If a faucet model comes with a pop-up drain, is there any way to get the same model but without the pop-up drain?
The sink I am using has a grid drain, so the pop-up drain that comes with most of the lavatory faucets is not needed. Can I get the same model but without the pop-up drain?
Hi, Bobby! Thank you for your question.
The faucet, 592-DST, is only available with a pop-up drain assembly. There isn't an option without the pop-up drain assembly.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Which color is it?
Your finishes says it comes in Champagne Bronze, but your description says it comes in antique pewter. Which is it? I would rather have the pewter, but I'm having trouble finding a matching set of sink faucet and tub/shower set to match in pewter. Help!
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 592-CZ-DST is available in Chrome, Champagne Bronze, Venetian Bronze, and Stainless Steel. It is not available in Aged Pewter and we want to thank you for bringing the error on the page to our attention. It will be fixed shortly.
Date published: 2013-10-22
Does 592-ss-dst have brass interior?
Thank you for your question, Mark! Our faucets are made of several materials to ensure long-lasting durability. Model 592-SS-DST does have a metal hub construction but with a DST model, at no point will water make contact with metal as the inside of the faucet will utilize Innoflex PEX tubing.
Best regards, Edward
Date published: 2019-08-24
I saw this response regarding operation of the level to close the drain. "Delta Faucet model # 592-DST has to have 2-1/2 inches from the faucet to the
backsplash for the lift rod to operate correctly." Is that 2 1/2 inches from the center of the hole for the faucet or from the back of the faucet once mounted in the hole?
Thank you for your question and I apologize that it needed clarification. The measurement is taken from the middle of the spout to the backsplash. I have included the spec sheet for the model so this is better illustrated.
Date published: 2015-02-21