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Delta 174925 single faucet,only gives Tepid water on ''COLD''

My Delta Vessona 174925 single faucet for bathtub/shower, only gives Tepid water on Cold setting, No Cold water, Then when increasing the water volume in COLD setting, the tepid water then gets Hot.
In ''HOT'' setting the water comes out Hot. We adjusted the temperature regulater both ways but resulted in no change. This is a brand new faucet assembly we are installing.

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SOUNDS LIKE THE CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY IS BUGGERED UP. PART #46463.
MAYBE THIS WILL HELP:
All parts and finishes of the Delta faucet are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material and workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home. Delta recommends using a professional plumber for all installation and repair.
Delta will replace, FREE OF CHARGE, during the warranty period, any part or finish that proves defective in material and/or workmanship under normal installation, use and service.
Replacement parts may be obtained by calling 1‑800‑345‑DELTA (3358) or by writing:
Delta Faucet Company Product Service 55 E. 111th StreetIndianapolis, IN 46280

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