How do you remove the temperature knob?
I'd like to adjust the rotational limit stop on my delta-t17t261, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to remove the temperature knob. It definitely doesn't want to come off using hand strength, and I can't see any screws holding it on (aside from the set screw on the volume control handle). It seems to be one piece, so I don't think there's a screw hiding under a cover.
For reference, mine looks like this: https://media.deltafaucet.com/elvis/OnWhite/lg/T17T261-SSH2O-B1.png
Thanks for any help!
Thank you for your question. The temperature knob should come of with pulling straight forward by hand. If this does not come off, you may need to use 50% white vinegar and 50% water solution. Soak a towel or wash cloth in the solution for an hour or longer to loosen any hard water that maybe keeping the knob stuck.
Date published: 2017-07-21
Can you adjust the temperature control so that your water gets a little hotter?
Our shower doesn't get very hot at the very hottest temperature setting. Our water heater is adjusted so that the bath tub can get scalding hot but the shower mixture only gets us to warm. Thanks for your help!
Thank you for your question. There is a rotational limit stop that is located on the cartridge inside of this valve body that can be adjusted to get hotter water for your faucet. Here is a link to show you a how-to video in our Video Gallery:
Date published: 2017-01-31
Can this shower head be mounted from the ceiling? Is there a Delta adaptor for ceiling mounting?
Thank you for your question! The should head could be installed onto one of our ceiling mount shower arms: RP61058, U4996, or U4999.
Date published: 2016-01-26
Does the kit include the value?
I need the shower arm, shower head, valve and trim
Question applies to the Compel model T17T261-H2O.
Thank you for your question! The R10000 MultiChoice rough-in valve is sold separately, however the trim kit will come with a valve cartridge.
Date published: 2015-07-23