MultiChoice® Universal Tub/Shower Rough Push-Button Diverter

Model#: R10300-UNWS

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List Price*: $192.75
  • Valve body only for push button diverter
  • Accepts single function (13/14)
  • Cartridge ships with trim kit
  • 1/2" universal inlets to accept 1/2" copper, 1/2" iron pipe, PEX or CPVC adapters
  • 1/2" universal outlets, inlets/outlets have male threads
  • Back-to-back capability
  • WS = with stops
  • Rough-in for push button diverter
  • Compatible with T13391, T13691, and T13691-SOS-15

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where to buy catrige not holder

Asked by: esad
Hi, esad! Thank you for your question. The valve cartridge assembly to be used with the MultiChoice® Universal R10300-UNWS is sold separately with the trim kit. Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Delta Faucet
Date published: 2019-02-13

Would this valve work with the Lahara Series? I'm looking at the T17238 shower faucet and would really prefer the pushbutton diverter over the spout stopper. Also, does the valve body come with the push button diverter or do I need to order it separately.

Asked by: Ishniknork
Hi Tanya, I knew that the Lahara series trim doesn't have the hole for the push-button but the description for the valve says it ships with a trim kit. I want to know if the escutcheon plate with the hole for the diverter push-button comes with the valve and if it will fit with the Lahara T17238. I looked at the screw hole location on the T13XXX kits and they seem to match. OR...Would I have to buy both trim kits and then just use the escutcheon plate from one of the T13XXX on the Lahara? Would that plate fit the Lahara? As long as it covers the hole in the wall I don't care about it matching.
Answered by: Ishniknork
Date published: 2018-04-16

I'd like to install this on the opposite wall from the spout and shower head, so pipes from the valve to the fixtures will be longish. Will it affect valve's operations? Can I use other than 13 series trims provided I drill a whole for the push-button?

Asked by: ask_slivka
Hello ask_slivka, Thank you for your question. The tub spout must be installed 8" to 18" from the valve in a straight drop using 1/2" copper or galvanized pipe with only one 90-degree elbow. This is to prevent back-pressure, which can cause water to flow to the shower head when the diverter is not engaged. We do not recommend modifying the trim as this will void the warranty. You may use a 13/14 series trim with this valve by purchasing the RP19802 Escutcheon Plate separately. Unfortunately, we do not make an escutcheon plate for the 17 series with a hole for the push-button diverter. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: Delta Faucet
Date published: 2018-06-30

switching delta 1700 series to 13/14 series

We bought an updated bath shower faucet but cannot use the current cartridge that comes with the newer model. is there a conversion kit available? Thank you
Asked by: Joanne R.
Hi Joanne, Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not have a conversion kit available. If you have a pre-2006 1700 series, only a 17 series trim work with the existing valve. Please also be sure to use the original cartridge (RP32104) rather than the one that comes with the kit. Models manufactured in Sept. 2006 or later will have a MultiChoice valve, which will allow you to change the series of trim. MultiChoice series numbers are 13, 14, 17, or 17T. Units made prior to this date (1300/1400, 1700 series) can be upgraded, but only with a trim of the corresponding series. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2017-03-27

Water leaking from the divertor

When I turn on the water to the fixture, a dribble of water is leaking from the divertor button. What can be causing this and what will it take to correct the leak?
Asked by: Leigh
Hi, Leigh! Thank you for your question. If the push button diverter for your shower unit is leaking, we recommend to replace the push button diverter. The push button diverter is RP5649. Here is a link to the part on our website: Best Regards, Rosanna
Answered by: Rosanna
Date published: 2017-08-19

Does Delta make a valve body with shut-offs built in for showers only? No diverter is needed.

Asked by: Donald
Thank you for your review Robert! The MultiChoice® Universal High-Flow Shower Rough model R10000-UNWSHF is intended for shower only installations and included Screwdriver Shut offs. This unit does not, however include a push button diverter as the tub spout port is already capped off. Please let us know if you have questions or need further assistance. Best regards, Edward
Answered by: Delta Faucet
Date published: 2019-06-15
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