I need a faucet like this that the spout is 15 inches in length. Can you help? The kitchen sink in my home is a three bowl sink. Thank you
Thank you for your question. The Delta 470-DST faucet has a spout length of 9" (229 mm). Here is a link to show our pull out and pull down faucets available:
Most of our pull out faucets have a spout length between 9"-10". If you have any questions for a specific model, please feel free to call, email, or message us on social.
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Date published: 2018-12-19
what is the minimum hole diameter for the faucet and soap for single hole application for faucet?
the specs page is unclear as the measurement
I only have 1 5/16 diameter hole. If this is too small do you have another kitchen faucet like this that would fit?
Thank you for your question. We are happy to help you with this question through our customer service line at (800)345-3358. We will be better able to assist you further with the hole size for this faucet.
Date published: 2017-07-14
hose leaks under sink, no drip from faucet
The black water feed hose under the sink leaks from the top of the connection. Would this be a problem with the faucet connection or the plumbing connecting the small hose under the collar bracing the hose to the sink? We are going to replace parts since the faucet is already partially taken apart. Does the base also come apart
Thank you for your question. The base does come apart by turning off the water to your faucet first. You're then able to remove your handle assembly by using a 1/8" allen wrench to unscrew the set screw. Take the handle off and then unscrew the cap assembly. Then, you're able to take the hub/base off of the valve.
Date published: 2017-02-03
What clip to use for attaching pull out handle to faucet water line?
From the information on your webpage I think the faucet is a Signature 470-DST, 470-WE-DST or 472-DST. The pull out handle uses some type of clip at the end to attach to the water line coming from the faucet. From the parts diagrams it looks like part # RP60911 is the part. Can you verify this? Attached are a couple of photos of the faucet and the connection I'm trying to repair with this part.
Hi Paul, Thank you for your question. Based on your photographs you have an older non-DST version of the 470/472. The correct clip to use on your hose connection is the RP32522. I have attached a link to the parts breakdown of the model 470 below to help with your repair.
Date published: 2014-09-02
470-DST Constant Drip
We were having a constant drip and purchased an off name repair kit from Home Depot (although Delta faucets were included as one of the brands it was for). My husband replaced most of the workings, but now it not only drips, but continues a tiny stream of water after turning it off unless you lift the handle at a certain degree and angle. So was the repair not done correctly, or is there something else we're missing?
HI Cat, Thank you for your question!
You will need to order and install genuine Delta parts. Even though it is stated on the package that it will work the generic parts will not. The are not manufactured exactly the same.
Date published: 2016-11-04
What is the difference between the 470-DST and 472-DST kitchen faucets?
Thank you for your question. The difference for the two units is within the handle, itself. The 470-DST has a solid metal lever handle. The 472-DST has a hollow loop in the handle which is ADA compliant so that the user can loop a ribbon through the handle so that the handle can be moved up and down and left and right in a sitting position if needed.
Date published: 2018-08-07