Lever postion and water stream
I installed this faucet on Sunday and really like in, install was a breeze. Here are my 2 questions:
1- The water stream seems thinner then my past faucets, is this normal. It's a good stream, just thinner.
2- The lever appears to have more of a angel when going 100% cold, as opposed to 100% hot. Let say 60% to the cold side and 50% to the hot side so when I want really hot water it appear I am not getting just 100%, but some mixed in cold. Is this normal?
Thanks for the help all!
Go back and review the installation instructions, you can set the lever to deliver less than 100% hot, yours may be in that range. It's pretty quick to check the settings. If you can't find them look on the web site or call for technical assistance.
Date published: 2018-01-23
Range of temperature adjustment lever
From the specifications sheet, it looks like the range of the temperature adjustment level is perhaps 45 angular degrees ("2 inches"). This makes minor changes in temperature challenging; is there a way to increase this range to a more usual 90 angular degrees?
Thank you for your inquiry! The Delta DeLuca Pull-Down Kitchen 19912-SSSD-DST faucet is designed with a RP50587 DST (Diamond Seal Technology) cartridge assembly. This faucet includes an integrated handle limit stop that has two positions. Position 1, to the left, allows full handle motion (the full range between “all cold” to “all hot”). The faucet is set in position 1 in the factory. Position 2, to the right, allows half of the normal handle motion (“all cold” to “mixed hot/cold”). There is no way to increase the handle or temperature range of this faucet.
Date published: 2018-01-06
In addition to the spray feature, does it also have the ability to stop the flow of water while the faucet is still on?
No it does not
Date published: 2017-05-27