Kitchen Pull-out Faucet

Delta

Model#: 16927-SSSD
Debonair Kitchen Pull-out Faucet is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
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Finish: Stainless
List Price (US $):
$309.90

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16927-SSSD
$309.90

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2 or 4-hole 8" installation


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Loved it at first. The head gets tougher to push in. I replaced a part after 1 year at the website recommendation for low pressure. It did not work after paying $40 for the part.
Date published: 2014-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 3 years and still going strong! Seldom do I give a product 5 stars in all catagories, but the ratings on this faucet are well-deserved. Since its install during a kiitchen remodel of 3 years ago, the entire unit has worked flawlessly - and the brushed finish shows no wear. (I do occasionally clean any excess mineral buildup on the rinse ports with baking soda paste and a stiff nylon brush). The faucet just recently started a slow drip. I called Delta C/S and explained the problem. The rep told me that she would ship me a repair kit to solve the problem. The entire phone call was under 5 minutes and my problem resolution was hassle-free. I received the kit within 3 days and the install was easy. No more drips. There was no charge for the kit and shipping was free!
Date published: 2012-12-05
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I have a 9 year old 'Debonair ' style faucet. The hose is damaged.Will your hose Part#RP50390 #PN69150# fit in my faucet?and how do I install?

Asked by: Joel
Hi Joel, Thank you for your question. The RP50390 is not the correct hose for your model 16927-SSSD. That is the replacement hose for the newer DST version of the faucet. Your model uses the RP44647 hose assembly. To install the hose assembly move the spout to the left or right to facilitate guiding the hose through the hub. When you encounter resistance, twist the hose and apply light pressure until the hose works itself through. The hose will slide onto the stud at the bottom of the faucet and attach with the supplied clip. Here is a link to the parts breakdown of the faucet. http://www.deltafaucet.com/customersupport/documentation/16927-sssd-dst.html?document=pd&fromDetailArea=kitchen&documentIndex=0#flashWrapper Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-09-30

I cannot tell if I have a Debonair 16927 series or a Uptown 16928 faucet. How can I tell?

Asked by: bljones
Hi bljones, Thank you for your question. The 2 main differences between the Debonair 16927 and the Upton 16928 is going to be the handle and the wand. The tip of the handle on the Debonair will be rounded on the top and bottom of the handle and the wand is shorter with a noticible curve to the wand. The tip of the Upton handle will be rounded on the bottom, flat on top and the wand will be longer and straighter with a very slight curve to the design. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2014-01-31

Delta 16927-sssd Why does the water shutoff on the hot side. I have no problem with the cold but the hot side will shutoff at different times.

Asked by: skull
Thank you for your post. If your Delta Faucet model # ends with DST (Diamond Seal Technology), we recommend replacing the valve cartridge. Ensure that when the original cartrige is removed to flush the valve before inserting the replacement. If your Delta Faucet model # does not end in DST, we recommend removing the seats and springs, flush the valve and then replace with new seats and springs.
Answered by: Delta
Date published: 2013-10-22
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