Spray Assembly - Pull-Down Kitchen

Victorian®

Model#: RP51478RB
Delta Spray Assembly - Pull-Down Kitchen is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Finish: Venetian Bronze
List Price (US $):
$163.55

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RP51478RB
$163.55

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from OEM Product, just as described Took longer than ordering directly from manufacturer, but considerably cheaper. Came with hose, which I didn't need, but did NOT come with the required plastic key needed to replace faucet screen. I could have replaced the entire faucet assembly cheaper and quicker than replacing just the nozzle, but this was easier. Next time, I'll replace the entire assembly.
Date published: 2017-06-21
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What material is the bronze head made of?

Asked by: dtanaka
Dear Dtanaka, Thank you for your inquiry! The Delta wand assembly RP51478RB is made of plastic. Best regards, Tanya
Answered by: Tanya
Date published: 2017-02-11

I also have two of these faucets and one of the two has a plugged wand which occurred when the water is turned on after seasonal shutoff.

Is there some way to remove the wand and back flow water through it to flush out debris?
Asked by: Tom
Thank you for your question, Tom. The wand assembly can be unscrewed from the hose for cleaning. We recommend to soak it in a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and water for about 15 minutes, and then flush backwards through the wand. Please be careful that the hose does not retract into the faucet when the wand is removed. Best regards, Jon
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2016-09-26

What aerator should I use as a replacement in the RP51478SS to maintain a flow rate of 2.2 GPM?

Asked by: A.J.
Hi A.J., Thank you for your question. The RP50815 aerator used with the RP51478SS wand assembly is a full flow aerator(no restrictions). The 1.8 gpm max flow rate is built into the wand assembly. There is not a way to increase the water flow by changing to a 2.2 gpm aerator. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2015-04-13

I'm not sure of my model#,but what is the defference between part RP60735SS & RP51478SS the part I'm looking for looks like both of them.

These wand ends look Identical except for the cost. Not much in the description.
Asked by: Blue
Hi Blue, Thank you for your question. The wand appearance is the same the flow rate is the major difference. The RP51478SS has a 1.8 gpm flow rate and comes with the faucet. The RP60735SS has a flow rate of 1.5 gpm and is offered as a water saving alternative. Thanks, Dave
Answered by: DeltaFaucet2
Date published: 2015-01-06

RP51478 Delta Wand Assembly

Everytime my condo shuts the water, On start up I get small hard granules that plug inside this unit. I remove the hose and the spray from each end and I can clear the larger granules and confirm that the pressure is fine in the hose, but am unable to get to the inside the wand assembly where some seem to get to. Are there instructions to dissemble? I can't be buying a new unit each and every time.
Asked by: Alex
Thank you for your question. Unfortunately, we do not recommend taking apart Delta Faucet model # RP51478. We recommend that if you know your water has been turned off, flushing the lines with the wand off to avoid getting the debris inside the wand. If the debris is made up of hard water or calcium deposits, you may be able to dissolve them with a 50/50 solution of white vinegar and cold water and soaking the head overnight.
Answered by: Delta1
Date published: 2015-03-12
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