Can aerator be removed from sprayer?
I have removed the sprayer head from hose. Does sprayer head break down further to clean or replace the aerator and screen? Thanks. Bob
Thank you for your question, Bob! The aerator is not designed to be removed from the wand. We recommend soaking the wand assembly in a 50/50 white vinegar and water solution for 15-30 minutes. You can also tap it upside-down on a paper towel to help remove any debris.
Date published: 2018-01-15
Fill soap at top or bottom?
Can you fill the soap dispenser from the top or do you have to fill it from the bottom?
it is filled at the top after taking the pump out
Date published: 2017-11-23
Blinking Red Light
What do the light colors mean besides just showing the temperature? Our faucet starting blinking red when you turn it on and when you turn it off.
Thank you for your inquiry! Usually, when the LED light is flashing red on the base of the Delta Trask Pull-Down Touch2O Technology 19933T-SPSD-DST faucet, it indicates that the batteries will need to be replaced. The 6 AA batteries should last 1-2 years, and 6 C batteries may last up to 5 years.
Please see page 44 of the instructions for more information about the LED light.
Date published: 2017-07-19
is there a way to limit the swing of the faucet?
it can swing outside the area of my sink
Thank you for your question. The Delta Trask Pull-Down Kitchen 19933-SD-DST faucet is designed with a spout that rotates 360˚. There is no way of limiting this design.
Date published: 2017-07-12
Is pull down sprayer supposed to retract on its own?
Item is brand new, installed today. I pull out the pull down sprayer to use... then isn't it supposed to retract into the faucet on its own? Right now I have to push it in until the magnet snaps it in place, but I have to push it nearly all the way in. Is this the normal operation?
Thank you for your question. While the wand sprayer is not designed to automatically retract into the faucet, it should easily slide back up to the spout due to the hose weight installed below the sink. Once it is brought to the spout, the magnet will hold the sprayer firmly in place and ensure that it is properly aligned.
Date published: 2017-05-26