need flange for sink drain and garbage disposal & add'l soap dispenser
I am considering purchasing the Lakeview Pull Down Faucet with Soap Dispenser and would like to know the availability of coordinating parts. I am looking to replace the 3 1/2" flange for the sink and the 3 1/2 " flange for the garbage disposal in addition to another soap dispenser all in the coordinating "Venetian Bronze". Can you tell me where to purchase these parts since this is part of the Home Depot only collection along with the item/part numbers. Additionally, is it customary to change the flanges to match a new faucet?
Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, the only flange for a kitchen sink and garbage disposal that we make is 4 and 1/2" in diameter. The part number for the soap dispenser is RP50781RB.
Date published: 2015-09-15
Would it be correct to convert the Pex C faucet lines to 3/8X1/2 male thread. The current supply lines are 30" flexible with 1/2" fittings on both sides. That is the main reason for the question.
Thanks for the reply, however, I would like to use shark bite type fittings. I think there is a 3/8" X 1/2" male thread shark bite. If this is OK, then I should be able to push the 3/8 side into PEX and have the 1/2" male ready for the female connection.
Date published: 2018-05-21
can the Lakeview be installed with spacing other than 4 inch centers?
I have had in past one center hole for main faucet w integrated control lever --- second hole is 7.5 inches on center to the right of the main faucet hole and was for a hand held spray , soap dispenser is way to the left 18 inches from center faucet hole
so I need 3 "components" for the 3 holes but was not sure if the main faucet and control lever for the Lakeview have to be 4 inches on centr apart or can they be spaced further apart?? - assume soap dispenser is separate and not critical on spacing?
Hi Lee, Thank you for your question. The spout and valve on the model 59963-SSSD-DST can be placed further apart. However the wider the spread the shorter the length of the pull down sprayer.
Date published: 2016-09-24
What is the absolute minimum clearance between the back-splash and the base of the faucet?
I see the spec sheet says 2.5" clearance to the back-splash but I don't see why so much space is required. Our current faucet sits almost against the back-splash as we have a narrow space behind our sink, and the current faucet is 2.25" diameter. If this faucet will not work in this configuration can you recommend another Delta product that will? Thank you.
Hi Julie, Thank you for your question!
The minimum back splash clearance for all of our kitchen faucets is 2 1/2. This is to allow clearance for the operation of the handle ( most handles go back to turn on) and also for the clearance of the spout ( spouts either swivel 360 degrees or 180).
Date published: 2016-03-28
Can the water supply lines be cut to fit?
Thank you for your question, John. We recommend looping the supply lines as long as the loop is 8" or more in diameter. However, you may cut the supply lines by following the instructions under the section titled "Custom Fit Connections". Please see page 5 and 6 of the Installation Instructions linked below. Note that Delta is not responsible for tubing that is cut too short or cut in a way that will not allow for a leak-free joint.
Date published: 2017-09-25