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rebuild it. buy a kit

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Jan 26, 2019


My recommendation is to reset the LED light wire and battery pack. To do this, disconnect the LED light wire from the solenoid. Disconnect the battery pack and wait a full minute. While you are waiting a full minute, you can check batteries to see if they are in good condition, even try new batteries. Make sure all batteries are in the correct direction and are tightly secured in the battery pack. After a full minute, reconnect the LED light wire into the solenoid and then reconnect the battery pack. Wait another full minute. After the full minute, you can then check your faucet and see if the lights work . If this procedure does not fix your issue, contact Delta Customer Service at (800)345-3358 Monday-Friday, 7am-7pm, CST and Saturday, 8am-5pm, CST. You may also email them at customerservice@deltafaucet.com.

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Dec 23, 2018


Just buy a new one, don't waste money and tine,

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Dec 08, 2018


  • Solid Blue - Normal operation, "Touch" mode is activated.
  • Flashing Blue - Normal operation, the hands-free mode is activated.
  • Solid Red - Warning mode - Replace batteries as soon as possible. While the water is running Solid Red LED is illuminated. When the water is off, the Red LED flashes once every 5 seconds. The faucet operates normally, solenoid valve is open.
  • Rapid Flash Red - Alert Mode - Battery Failure Imminent. The Red LED flashes once a second. The first time the faucet is used, the Red LED will turn ON, the solenoid valve will be opened and remain open. The manual valve must be used until the batteries are replaced.
  • Solid Red - Lockdown Mode - Replace Batteries. Extremely Low Batteries - The RED LED is ON, and water will not flow. The solenoid valve is closed and faucet will not operate until batteries are replaced.
  • Long Flash Red (2 seconds on / 2 seconds off) - Board error, replace electronics kit, RP53230 See manual bypass of electronics section of Installation instructions.

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Nov 17, 2018


The vacuum breaker could be defective.

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Sep 01, 2018


The diverter in the tub spout probably is clogged with mineral deposits, preventing complete diversion. Replacing the spout might help.

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Sep 01, 2018


possible loose intake or bad seals

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Sep 01, 2018


The O rings in spout body needs to be lubricated. Buy a kit with all parts Use delta parts only. I use silicone GREASE for lubricant.

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Mar 30, 2018


Get a piece of rubber like a jar lid remover or a tube and use channel lock pliers to get the bonnet off. Put the rubber over the teeth on the pliers so you don't scar the chrome finish.

Delta Plumbing | Answered on Mar 19, 2018

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