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
re: question about problems with the lift rod not being operable if there isn't enough space between the faucet and backsplash --what is the solution
I'd like to know before buying this faucet.
Thank you for your question. 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. If you do not have this distance, then you will not be able to fully close your pop-up assembly.
Date published: 2013-10-22
Cover for Lift Rod Hole in back of Faucet
I prefer the drain style that you push closed and pop open manually (with your finger) as opposed to one controlled with the Lift Rod. Is there some sort of insert or cover that Delta sells that would cover the hole where the lift rod goes so the hole is not visible (could leave the Lift Rod in the hole but would just make it confusing on how to open and close the drain).
Hi Ben, Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not offer a lift rod hole cover for the model 592-DST.
Date published: 2015-04-29
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
Sudden reduction in water flow
Recently had new vanity installed with Delta Addison single handle center hole faucet installed.
While using the sink, the laundry was running in another part of the house. Suddenly the water flow dropped, and has not returned.
House sink aerators haven't been a problem before, but I suppose there could be accumulation.
How do I clean the faucet?
Hi Karl, Thank you for your question. Your model 592-DST faucet would have come with a small blue t-shaped wrench that will fit onto the aerator to unscrew it. This wrench can clip to the supply lines under the sink for storage. If you are missing the wrench it is available to order as the RP52217.
Remove the aerator and turn the faucet on to flush the lines. Check to make sure that there is no debris on the valve assembly.You may also want to check that the blockage is not in the shut off/stop valves under the sink.
Date published: 2014-10-28