Shower Trim

Model#: 622-ALWS
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  • Non-pressure balance valve
  • Clear knob handle controls both temperature and volume
  • Push-Clean® shower head provides easy removal of lime and hard water deposits

Special Features

  • ADA Compliant

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  • Valve Type: Washerless ball valve
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need trim kit for delta 636 and 624, chrome or satin/nickel no brass or bronze.

Remodeling and need trim kits for the two above and also a drain stem for faucet/drain # 644. Can you tell me part numbers and where I can get them.
Asked by: JP
Hi JP, Thank you for your question. We have a 600 renovation kit, RP54870. The shower arm, flange, and shower head, and tub spout can be purchased separately. If you have a Delta drain assembly, you will find the Delta logo on the overflow plate. Below is a link to the parts diagrams for our two bath waste assembly types (toe-stop and lever operated). Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-01-05

Replace polished brass shower head

I had this type of shower faucet (looks similar) nstalled in 1989. I like to replace the broken shower head. What model's shower head will fit? Homedepot currently sells RP34355PB, 52678-PB-PK, and 52625-PB-PK. Does any of these three work? Thanks.
Asked by: learner
Thank you for your question! All of our shower heads have standard 1/2" threaded and should work on the existing shower arm. Thanks, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2015-10-13

How can I un-jam the diverter valve?

This shower and another just like it have worked well since 1976. Last week the diverter valve in the master bath jammed so that it works only as a shower. A little water still goes through the spout. I it possible to replace only the diverter valve? Are parts still available? Is there a modern assembly that a plumber can install in place of the existing valve and diverter without tearing up the shower wall?
Asked by: Nitpicker3
Hi Nitpicker, Thank you for your question. If the push button diverter on your vlave is not working properly it can be unscrewed and replaced with a new RP5649. You would need to remove the handle and round escutcheon to access the diverter. We do offer a 600 series renovation kit RP54870 available in chrome, venetian bronze, and brilliance stainless that would work with your existing valve. You would need to cap off the push button diverter and switch to a tub spout diverter since the renovation kit does not have the push button option. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2015-02-20

screw locations for this model

Are there two screws below the knob and about one inch or so apart? If not. Do you have any other trim kit that looks like this and was sold around 1990 with the two screws below the knob? Looking to replace mine.
Asked by: Karen
Hi Karen, Thank you for your question. Our 600 series tub/shower faucets do have 2 holes on the escutcheon plate located at 5 and 7 o'clock as you describe. We offer the RP54870 Renovation kit for this series in chrome, venetian bronze (RB), and brilliance stainless (SS) finishes. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-07-11

I have an old Model 622 and I would like to replace the trim, what models will work with the same valve system?

Asked by: Howie
Thank you for your question. We do have a renovation kit for your Delta Faucet model # 622. It is model # RP54870 and is available in Chrome, Venetian Bronze, and Stainless Steel. This does not include your showerhead, or the showerarm and flange.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2013-10-22

RP4993 - Seat & Spring Orientation

Does the rubber seat go in 1st then, The spring with the smaller end pointing towards RP70 Ball Assembly OR ????
Asked by: pt
Thank you for your question. When installing the seat and springs correctly, the seat goes in first. The spring goes in next with the pointed end going in first so the bigger end is against the RP70 ball assembly.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2013-10-22
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