How do I get an aerator wrench RP46858
Thank you for your question. The Delta 21902LF faucet RP46858 aerator wrench is no longer available. We recommend to use RP52217. Here is a link to this aerator wrench:
This can be purchased online or you can find this at any store that sells Delta products.
Date published: 2018-12-19
Can the aerator be replaced on this faucet?
Thank you for your question. The aerator assembly for the Delta 21902LF faucet is replaceable. Here is a link to the parts diagram to determine which aerator is needed for your faucet:
Date published: 2019-01-10
My husband bought this faucet for our kitchen. In the past, I have always had an aerator type attachment on the faucet. Even though we have the sprayer that comes with the faucet, I like the aerator that fits on/in the faucet that allows me to have the option to spray, and it rotates.
Does Delta make anything like that or do you know of attachment we can buy? My husband went to Lowe's and they didn't have anything.
Please let me know. Thank you in advance.
We have a countertop dishwasher and could not find an adpator anywhere to hook this up. Had to call the customer help line to get the right adpotor to hook up the dishwasher.
Date published: 2013-10-22
How do I remove the quick-connect hose from my faucet?
No amount of finger pressure seems enough to squeeze the quick-connect to release this fitting. Is there a tool for this? Pliers?
Thank you for your question. The quick-connect hose can be removed by squeezing the tabs together by hand light a clothes pin. You may need to wiggle the clip as you pull to release the clip.
Date published: 2017-03-22
I'm trying to replace the Stem Unit Assy Pt #: RP78201 but can't find it anywhere. Has this been replaced by another Part # & if so where do I find it. Have tried Lowes & Home Depot
Thank you for your question, and we do apologize for the confusion. The Delta RP78201 has been replaced with our Delta RP25513 stem unit assembly. This can be found at any local hardware store that sells Delta products.
Date published: 2018-12-03
Can this faucet assembly be installed without the spray/sprayer?
I like the Model 21902LF but do not want to use the sprayer. Is this model available without the sprayer or can it be installed without the sprayer using an adapter to close off the sprayer outlet? I received an adapter from Delta, part number RP60295, that was suppose to shut off the sprayer outlet but I cannot get it to fit on the outlet nipple.
Thank you for your question. The sprayer hose can be capped off using the Quick-Connect Cap part number RP40301.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Is there an aerator that works better for lower water pressure?
I'm on a well with 30/50 PSI water pressure. Even with the tap open full, there is hardly any aeration when the pressure nears the pump cut-in pressure (30 PSI).
Thank you for your question Bob!
The 21802LF can produce 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa. We would recommend removing the aerator and flushing the lines of any debris for optimal performance at a lower psi. Below is a link on how to do this successfully.
Date published: 2017-07-16
Is it normal for the water to dribble out for a couple seconds after it's turned off?.
Just had it installed today and my plumber said that is normal for the high-arc spouts. Seems odd to me.
We just had ours installed last week and it does not dribble when I turn it off at all.
Date published: 2017-01-14