I have what appears to be an old Delta 470 (13 years old) with a leaky hose.
Is this the right part? Also, the plastic nut on the end does not seem to come off--is there a trick to removing it? Could it have been over-tightened upon install? When I try removing it with a pair of pliers, it seems like it is going to crack.
Also: is there a reason why this hose (RP32527) is more expensive than RP4467, which appears to be this hose plus an o-ring and plastic clip?
Hi Vic, Thank you for your question. The RP32527 hose is the correct hose for your 13 year old model 470. Ordering the RP44467 is the better value as it does include the clip and o-ring as well as the hose.
The o-ring at the end of the hose assembly that screws into the wand may be dried out and preventing you from unscrewing the wand. You will want to also replace the RP32542 wand.
Date published: 2016-06-06
Is part #44647 the correct replacement part for #32527 on a Model 473 faucet?
It does not appear to have the correct connector on the end that hooks on to the supply line under the sink with the clip.
Hi Joe, Thank you for your question. The RP44647 is the correct replacement hose assembly for a non-DST model 473. The RP44647 includes the RP32527 hose and the clip and o-ring needed for installation. The newer version of the faucet , model 473-DST uses the RP50390 hose assembly and clip. The older version will have copper tubes running out the base of the faucet, the newer has pex tubing.
Date published: 2014-08-11
Need the plastic "nut" that connects the hose assembly to the wand for a model 473?
Hi Dave, Thank you for your question. The nut is not available as a separate item. The entire hose assembly would have to be ordered.
Date published: 2014-11-06
The description mentions that the hose hase chrome finish. However, the picture does not have the chrome finish. At least it does not look like the house that I need to replace ( see attached image). Is this the correct hose?
Hi Leonid, Thank you for your question. The pictured metal braided version of the RP32527 hose is no longer available. The current version is a braided material that is not finished matching.
Date published: 2014-11-17
RP32527 vs. RP44647
What is the difference between RP32527 vs. RP44647? I need to replace the hose assembly on my pull out kitchen faucet - I think the model is 470 or 472. Will either or both of the above hose assemblies work?
Thanks for your question! They both work on the 470 & 472. The RP32527 was the original hose for the 470 and 472.
Hope this helps,
Date published: 2015-12-12
We have a Delta 474 SS faucet with pull out wand. The hose is leaking and needs to be replaced. What is the product that I need to buy?
Hi Mary, Thank you for your question. The RP44647 is the replacement hose assembly for your model 474-SS faucet.
Date published: 2014-11-10
What is the correct hose?
I have what looks like a 470-wh-dst kitchen faucet. The hose that is shown (RP50390) does not have the same connector on one end as my old hose. However, RP32527 does have the right connectors. However this hose (RP32527) is a wire mesh hose. My original hose has a chrome cover that looks like flexible conduit. Is there another hose that looks like my old hose? And if there is, what is the correct part number. I have attached a picture of the old hose for clarity.
Hi Don, Thank you for your question. The RP32527 is the correct hose to use on your non DST version of the model 470 faucet. The hose style has changed from the chrome covered look used in the past.
Date published: 2016-04-27
Can't seem to get the RP44647 down the faucet
My original hose had a tip collapsed in two pieces, the replacement part seems to be a solid brass, and now I can't seem to feed the replacement hose down the faucet.
Do I have the wrong part?
Hi Peter, Thank you for your question. To reinstall the RP44647 hose assembly you will want to move the spout to the left or right side. As you feel resistance when pushing the hose in place twist the entire hose while applying pressure until it slides past the obstruction. You may have to do this multiple times during the installation.
Date published: 2015-03-23