I purchased the rp17454, from Home Depot hrough Mail order. The previous tub spout was attached by set screw.
The existing copper pipe is 1/2 ", a length from the wall to the end of the pipe is 2 5/8". 1) will I have to cut the pipe to a set length? 2) I have never sweated copper pipe, is this my only option to install this tub spout?
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet models RP17453 and RP17454 attach to the walls in the same way. They can either be sweat onto a 1/2" copper pipe or threaded onto a 1/2" iron pipe. They both include the RP12307 adapter assembly.
The only difference between the two models is the RP17453 is non-metallic and RP17454 is metal.
Date published: 2014-08-24
We have Delta tub spout RP17453 in our property and some of the stickers that give directions on how to use have been removed or need replacing. Can I order just the stickers?
Thank you for your question. The RP17829 and RP17472 are the stickers that inform others of how to use the RP17463.
Date published: 2015-10-05
What replacement part will work for my tub? It has a 1inch connection as shown in the photos.
Hi Dave, Thank you for your question. The RP12307 tub spout adapter that comes in the RP17453 tub spout is a brass fitting. Although similar we cannot verify that the pictured plastic adapter is the same size.
Date published: 2014-11-25
Will your RP17453 tub spout with pull-down diverter screw onto my threaded 1/2" copper pipe protruding 4 1/4" from the tub sidewall?
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, the pipe would be too long to install this tub spout.
Some tub spout models will list "Thread into nose of spout" in the product features, such as the RP61357. However, the pipe should be 3 7/8 - 4" for these models.
Date published: 2016-02-02
Delta 17453 adapter
Saw on YouTube where the adapter could be attached with a hex screw rather than sweated. Where can I get the adapter or s package that has the two adapters. Thanks
Thank you for your question! This spout can be installed on the RP33794 Slip-On Adapter, which is available through our web store.
Date published: 2016-02-08
What diverter stub out options are available?
I want to buy a Pull Down Diverter, but I have not been able to find if a 3/4" stub out will fit., or what model will fit.
I am fairly adept at plumbing but would like to forgo sizing down to a smaller fitting within the wall cavity.
Does Delta offer the Pull Down Diverter tub spout with a 3/4" NPT adapter within the unit?
Hi Craig, Thank you for your question. None of our pull down tub spout diverters will fit a 3/4" stub out. We offer the U1075-PK and U1011-PK which are pull up style of diverters that will thread onto a 3/4" IPS nipple.
Date published: 2014-07-07
Will this fit 1 inch
The pipe my prior diverter came off of has a 1 inch nipple, will this model fit?
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # RP17453 is sweat onto 1/2″ C.W.T. or thread onto 1/2″ IPS. You will need to get an adapter to use this tub spout.
Date published: 2013-10-22
How to remove delta tub spout - pull down diverter
It seems ro have a set screw hole in the bottom however there is no set screw to be found. I took a picture of the bottom screw hole and see nothing in there. The spout It isnt s rewing off either. Please help.
Hi Mrs. Fix it,
Thank you for reaching out. The hole on the bottom of the spout is a weep hole and does not contain a set screw. This tub spout threads onto an adapter, which connects to 1/2" IPS or sweats onto 1/2" copper. If it seems stuck, there may be sealant between the wall and spout that is preventing it from turning.
Date published: 2018-04-14
4" copper pipe. Will this work?
The measurement of the copper pipe from the finished wall to end of the nipple is exactly 4". Will this spout fit? I'm assuming my setup is standard and many people have the same setup.
If this spout won't fit, what are my options for a"pull down diverter" style tub spout?
Thank you for your inquiry! This Delta Pull-Down Diverter Tub Spout RP17453 is designed to sweat onto a smooth copper pipe extending 2 - 4" from the finished wall, or thread onto a 1/2" IPS nipple extending 5/8 - 1 5/8" from the finished wall.
Date published: 2017-06-11
What are my conversion options for RP17453?
I have the 600 series valve and RP17453 spot. I am using the renovation kit (RP54870SS), but want to know which other SS spouts are compatible with this stem,
Thank you for your question! This tub spout is available in the Stainless Steel finish, part number RP17453SS. It uses the RP12307 adapter, so any spout that uses this adapter will also work.
Date published: 2015-08-26
I need to replace just the diverter valve chrome piece
Does that piece have a threaded hole about 1-1/4 inches in diameter so I can install it in the existing copper part?
Hi Fred, Thank you for your question. The RP17453 tub spout will come with a new RP12307 adapter included, but you should be able to thread the spout onto your existing piece if you are replacing the same item.
Date published: 2014-01-14
The divergent on my spout RP17453 gets stuck in both positions and doesn’t pop back up when water is off - can it be fixed or does it need to be replaced - the diverted can forceably be pulled or pushed into both positions
Thank you for your question, and I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing an issue with your Delta diverter tub spout assembly. If the diverter is stuck, we would recommend to replace the whole tub spout assembly.
Date published: 2019-03-30
I have a Delta #RP17463 chrome tub spout with diverter on my tub now. It is 20!years old but rarely used. I want to change it to stainless. There is no need for a diverter since there is no shower. What non-diverter tub spout would you recommend?
Thank you for your question, Rodwil! The RP17453 tub spout is a sweat onto 1/2" C.W.T. or thread onto 1/2" IPS installation, however, I will include a link below to all of our non-diverting tub spouts for reference.
Best regards, Edward
Date published: 2018-07-14
Delta RP17454 Nipple Length?
The instructions say the pipe should extend from 1/2 to 1 1/4 from the finished wall. My pipe is about 1 5/8 from the wall. It appears to work fine and I can see no leaks. There was plenty of length inside the spout for the o-ring to still seat.
Is this acceptable or could there be issues that I am not seeing?
Thank you for your inquiry! This Delta Pull-Down Diverter Tub Spout RP17453 is designed to sweat onto a smooth copper pipe extending 2 - 4" from the finished wall, or thread onto a 1/2" IPS nipple extending 5/8 - 1 5/8" from the finished wall. There should be no issues with your install.
Date published: 2017-09-12
Pull down diverter spout
I have a pull down diverter spout similar to delta models RP17453 and RP17454. Its lendth is 6 1/8". The threads are at the base of spout (the end that goes against the wall) and the thread opening is 1 1/4". The iron pipe pertudes 2 3/16" from the wall. The threads are at the base of the pipe.
Are these the right models for my needs?
Thank you for your question. The only difference between Delta Faucet model # RP17453 and RP17454 is that RP17453 is non-metallic and RP17454 is metal. You will need a 1/2 inch pipe for installation of either one of these models.
Date published: 2013-10-22
what is the lowest psi that the faucet will work with?
Thank you for your question. The Delta RP17453 Pull-Down Diverter tub spout has a flow rate of about 2.6-2.8 gpm at 10PSI. Please view flow chart on the Technical Specification document below.
Date published: 2017-02-08
I already have the threaded adapter on my pipe. I assume it has been sweated on as it will not turn. Will this fit with the adapter that is threaded at the back with an o ring in the front?
Thank you for your question! This tub spout comes with the RP12307 adapter. If you already have this adapter installed, simply unscrew the included adapter and screw on the spout.
Date published: 2019-06-13