How do we tighten the slide mechanism?
Just installed the 57014 wall bar hand shower unit, but can't figure out how to tighten the slide mechanism to keep the shower head from rotating right/left. Tightening the side handle only seems to affect movement up/down the bar, but doesn't keep the whole slide mechanism (and, therefore, the shower head) from turning right/left. Suggestions?
Hi, Amy. Thank you for your question.
There is not a way to tighten the mount to prevent the mount from moving side to side. The lever for the mount is only able to be tightened or loosened when you want the mount to go up or down on the slide bar.
Date published: 2016-07-13
The plastic piece in the center is broken
Is it possible to only replace the plastic piece in the center of this part vs. replacing the full piece for $86?
Thank you for your question! The plastic piece in the center of the mount is unfortunately not available as a replacement part. We recommend purchasing RP64152RB, if it is needing to be replaced.
Date published: 2016-12-07
What diameter bar will this fit?
I'm planning a bathroom/shower remodel, and would like to swap out the slide bar on the Delta 57014 Chrome Hand Shower Package with an ADA compliant grab bar (such as the Delta 41724 Transitional#, which is 1.25" in diameter. Will this work?
Is there a Delta #transitional style) hand shower package that includes an ADA compliant grab bar as the slide bar?
Hi Tim G,
Thank you for your question! This mechanism fits on a 3/4" bar.
If you would like a handshower mount for the 41724 grab bar you can use the U6400 slide mount, RP48769 hand shower, and a hand shower hose such as the RP64157.
Date published: 2016-03-07
How can I tighten the shower head holder on my slide mechanism?
I have a 57011 Series shower mount with a RP64152 slide mechanism. The holder for the shower head will not hold the shower head in place. I do not mean its place on the bar, that is easily tighten. The part that supports the shower head droops.
Hi Steve, Thank you for your question. There should be a screw that holds the hand shower mount in place located in the middle of the u-shaped cradle. Tightening this screw may solve your issue. If not the RP64152 slide mechanism will need to be replaced.
Date published: 2017-05-22