TempAssure® 17T Series Shower Trim

Leland®

Model#: T17T278-RB
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Finish: Venetian Bronze
List Price (US $):
$594.50

Rough Valve
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - Universal Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-UNBX)
$54.35
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MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - IPS Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-IP)
$54.35
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - IPS Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-IPWS)
$76.20
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - PEX Crimp
(R10000-PX)
$54.35
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - PEX Crimp
(R10000-PXWS)
$76.20
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - Universal Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-UN)
$54.35
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - Universal Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-UNBX)
$54.35
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - Universal Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-UNBXT)
$58.30
MultiChoice® Universal Tub / Shower Rough - Universal Inlets / Outlets
(R10000-UNWS)
$76.20
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TempAssure® 17T Series Shower Trim
T17T278-RB
$594.50
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Lahara®
TempAssure® 17T Series Shower Trim
Model#: T17T238-RB

  • TempAssure® Thermostatic cartridge measures and monitors the temperature of the water and automatically adjusts to maintain a more precise water temperature
  • Soft, rubber spray holes allow you to easily wipe away calcium and lime build-up from the spray face of your showerhead and handshower with the touch of a finger
  • Trim kit only, must order MultiChoice Universal rough-in separately to complete the unit
  • Dial adjusts temperature - Handle adjusts volume
  • 2.00 gpm @ 80 psi, 7.6 L/min @ 550 kPa maximum water usage
  • Meets standards set by Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Spray settings include: Full Body
  • Assembled dimensions: 9-1/2 in. H x 8-19/32 in. D x 7 in. W

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  • Flow Rate: 2.00 gpm @ 80 psi, 7.6 L/min @ 550 kPa
  • Valve Type: Dual-function thermostatic cartridge
  • Spray Settings: Full Body Spray
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do you have a 6way diverter trim to match this shower trim?

Asked by: mcj
Hi MCJ, Thank you for your question. The T11900-RB is the 6 setting 3 port diverter trim that matches the T17T238-RB shower trim. The diverter will allow you to control 3 separate devices like a showerhead, hand shower, and body sprays. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-12-17

loss of water pressure

Remodeled upstairs master bath with Leland 3578 MPU DST lavatory faucet and 17278 Shower fixtures. Originally specified and installed 3/4" hot and cold water pipes to this upstairs master bath to avoid loss of water pressure and volume, especially to the shower. We have had wonderful shower pressure and flow for many years until we installed your lavatory and shower fixtures listed above. Is there anything we can to bring back our shower water pressure and flow? Regards, Unhappy Customer Frank Christianson
Asked by: Frank
Hi Frank, We are sorry that you are experiencing a problem with your faucet. The model 3578-MPU-DST has a flow rate of 1.5 gallons per minute, most older faucets had a flow rate of 2.2 gpm which may account for the difference that you are seeing. During the first few days you use your faucets, a small amount of debris may be flushed out of your pipe system. This happens even though the plumber flushes the pipes before completing work on your home. In addition, particles of solder, copper chips, Plumber's tape and other installation materials can get caught in aerators and shower heads. Occasionally, a chip might damage the valve seat that provides the watertight seal. The tips below will help you avoid problems. These procedures are a good idea to follow each time the water has been turned off for repairs in your home. TO FLUSH A KITCHEN OR LAVATORY FAUCET: Remove aerator and black sealing gasket above it Turn faucet handle(s) to full on hot and cold mixed position(s) and flush lines for two minutes before turning off water with handle(s) Replace aerator TO FLUSH A TUB / SHOWER FAUCET: Remove shower head if applicable Turn handle(s) to full on hot and cold mixed position(s) Flush spout two minutes without moving handle(s) If you have a shower head, divert water to it and flush for two minutes. BE SAFE! Make sure cold water flows FIRST and that the rotational handle limit stop is properly set. See information on setting the adjustable limit stop. Also, watch this how to video for instructions on setting the adjustable limit stop. Replace shower head Some debris and/or foreign material in the lines may be too large to pass through the faucet whether it is a kitchen, lavatory or tub/shower faucet. To remove this type of debris: Turn off water supply to both hot and cold. Remove all internal components. Turn water supplies back on and let run for 30-60 seconds. (For kitchen and lavatory faucets turn a bucket or similar large container upside down over faucet to deflect the water into the sink.) Turn water supplies off again. Reassemble faucet. Turn water supplies back on. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-10-14

How do I tighten the handle on a T17 type faucet?

I find NO diagrams or help on the Delta or other sites and cannot get any access to the screws of the device to tighten!!
Asked by: Ruthie
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # T17T278-RB has 2 handles included that sit on top of each other. There is a set screw on the bottom side of the volume handle that can be tightened down with a 3/32 allen wrench. The temperature handle is kept on with a screw running down the middle of it and then the temperature knob cover is put over the top of it to conceal the screw.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2013-10-22

Which rough in valve do I need?

Hello, There are several rough in valves shown with the Leland TempAssure 17T shower. Which one do I need? What is the difference between the different rough in valves? Thanks, Craig.
Asked by: Craig
Thank you for your question. When using Delta Faucet model # 17T278, there are choices for the rough in valve. The Delta Faucet R10000-UNBXHF is the one we would recommend. This is a high flow valve and it will produce the most gpm. The differences between the R10000 valves is a difference of piping that you are going to use. By ordering Delta Faucet model # R10000-UNBXHF, you can use either pex lines, copper lines, or iron pipe for your supply lines.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2013-10-22
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