New cartridge required?
I currently have a Multichoice 13/14 series, model number RP46074 in our wall for a 142710-SS-I, which only has the temp control. I want to buy this Linden In2ition model to match the sink and roman tub faucets in our bathroom (and to get the volume control), but am not sure if I need to buy a new cartridge? The Universal Rough valve is already in the wall. Will the 13/14 series work or do I need to buy a Monitor 17 series cartridge?
Thank you for your question. If you want to be able to control the volume and the temperature, you will need to purchase the 1700 series trim. Since you have a multi-choice valve in the wall, you will not need to upgrade the rough.
Date published: 2013-10-22
Wall mount for In2ition Two in One
I want to install an In2ition Two in One shower head mounted on an arm per instructions, but I would like to enable smaller children to shower with the hand held part by having a wall mount lower on the wall. Will a Delta wall mount work for this purpose? If so, which one would you recommend? It will be installed by a professional.
Based on the picture, the mount that was recommended appears to have an opening to attach a hose. I want to use the shower head on the arm for adults and use just the handheld portion on a lower mount for children to stand under or use hand held. Will part U4005-SS-PK serve that purpose? I don't mean to be a difficult or slow here--just trying to find out what I need to do, but my knowledge about plumbing fixtures is limited. Thank you!
Date published: 2013-10-22
Does the stationery head swivel?
I need to be able to pivot the stationery head side-to-side and up-and-down, does it work this way?
Yes it does turn, but because the combination of a regular showerhead and a handheld makes it heavy, it may not "hold" a position very well. The handheld is very convenient for showering and cleanups, so you may not need it to pivot as much as you would with a standard shower head.
Date published: 2015-01-03
I bought this shower head and because of restricted water flow, my Renai water heater thinks the hot water has stopped running when I adjust the temperature to be comfortable for a shower. So, it's either too hot or I have no hot water. What can be done?
Thank you for your question, DReed! A Monitor pressure balance valve keeps water temperature within a safe +/-3degrees F (+/-1.6degrees C), helping to protect you from sudden changes in hot or cold water pressure. Because of this, if you have an on-demand or tankless water heater, it may need to be adjusted so that it activates with less flow. We also recommend lowering the temperature of the hot water in your home if it is above 120 degrees.
Best regards, Edward
Date published: 2018-09-15
I'd like to buy it one, but are wandering if it will fit my request :
I like to change water temperature and water flow separately, if it possible what kind stuff need to buy additionally?
Thank you for your question. This model will allow you to adjust the volume and temperature separately.
Date published: 2015-10-01
what wall mount could I use if I wanted to add one?
I want the T17294-ss, but I would like to add a wall mount. Which can I use from Delta that will hold the middle shower arm?
Thank you for your inquiry! Any of the Delta Hand Shower Wall mounts will work with the handheld shower of the Delta Linden In2ition Shower Trim T17294-SS-I.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Which rough valve to be used with T17294-SS-I? R10000-UNBX or R10000-UNWS or other and why?
Which rough valve i am better off using with T17294-SS-I? R10000-UNBX or R10000-UNWS or other and why?
Please consider that I am using this product for "shower only" (no tub).
Either will work, but I chose the UNWS as it has integrated service stops you can access by removing the shower trim plate. This means you can turn off the water to the shower without having to turn off the water to the whole house.
Date published: 2013-11-07
What is the difference between T17294-i and t17293-i. they appear to be the same.
Thank you for your question. The difference between T17294-I and T17293-I is the design of the volume and temperature control handles.
Date published: 2018-07-27