I just installed two of these faucets and the indicator light is not working on one faucet. How do I fix this?
These are new faucets that I just purchased. The on/off function works as it is supposed to.
Hi Tom, We are sorry that you are experiencing a problem with your faucet. Please verify that the LED connector wire is plugged in properly to the solenoid as show in the illustration below. After verifying the connection if the indicator light still does not come on please call our toll free homeowners/warranty line at 1-800-345-3358 for further assistance.
Date published: 2018-09-03
When using the touch20.xt feature, how is the temperature controlled?
The Touch20.XT feature turns on or off the flow of water. How does one control the temperature of the flowing water? Is there a scalding risk?
Hi Ron, Thank you for your question!
The temperature is controlled by the handle. You would adjust the handle to your desired temperature by either moving it to the left for hot, middle for warm and right for cold water. The unit does not include a scald guard feature.
Date published: 2016-04-25
Does the flow stop as soon as you move your hands away?
1) Does the flow stop as soon as you move your hands away?
2) I see it is 5 1/16" from the center of the faucet to the rim of the spigot, which is 6 1/4" above the countertop (DSP-L-592T-DTS Rev D doc)
Will the position of your hands that trigger the valve be in the same place as where the water will flow in the sink?
Meaning, I put my hands in position where the water flows out of the faucet to wash them, will that trigger the flow or do I need to move my hands closer first to trigger the flow?
3) To rinse a razor when shaving can I position the blade where the water will flow or do I have to move my hand in closer first? What I want is to place the blade where the water will flow to, rinse it, and then have the water shut off immediately after I move the razor blade from under the faucet.
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 592T-DST will turn on when your hands are within approximately 4 inches of the spout. That means 4 inches anywhere around the spout will trigger the water and it will stay on until you take them away. The water will only activate with the electricity from your hands so the razor would need to be somewhat in your hand.
Date published: 2014-09-29