Diverter Cartridge - Jetted Shower XO®

Delta

Model#: RP37900
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List Price (US $): $73.40

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What is the different between RP37900 and RP42410?

I have a Monitor 1800 series XO. It has two jets, standard head and a handheld head. Not sure which diverter I need as the original has no part number on it.
Asked by: Todd
Thanks for your question, Todd. Your unit will use the RP37900. This is designed for the 1800 series units with an extra outlet. The RP42410 is for separate 3/6 Setting Diverters (model T116_). Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-07-28

Size of product

What are the dimensions of this product?
Asked by: pcps1234
Hi pcps1234, Thank you for your question! The cartridge is 2 3/16" in diameter. It will work with Jetted Shower XO valves made prior to September 2006. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-01-08

How do you remove the old diverter cartridge and replace the new one?

This is for a 6 function diverter. The Model # is RP37900
Asked by: Scott H
Hi Scott, Thank you for your question. To install the cartridge, first loosen the set screw on the handle (3/32" Allen) then slide off the handle and trim sleeve. Next, unscrew the Phillips head screw and the chrome sleeve. This will allow you pull off the extender. You can then unscrew the bonnet nut and remove the cartridge assembly. Replace the seats and springs with the small end of the spring inside the rubber seat and the larger end of the spring going into the valve first. Reinstall the parts in reverse order. Thanks, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2015-10-30
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