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DANCO

Model 89249

Internet #100116054

Store SKU #180663

Universal Tub Spout with Diverter

$21.87 /each

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Update your Bathroom with the DANCO Tub Spout with Diverter. It features a brushed-nickel finish which will complement your existing fixtures. The spout is manufactured to fit 3/4 in.- and 1/2 in. threads, 1/2 in. copper slip and 1/2 in. thread in nose. The Universal design will fit most tubs brands.

  • Durable metal construction provides durability
  • Designed for 3/4 in.- and 1/2 in. threads, 1/2 in. copper slip and 1/2 in. thread in nose
  • Universal fit
  • Diverter included
  • Brushed nickel finish

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How long does the copper pipe have to extend from the wall in order for this product to work?

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September 18, 2016
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It can be as short as 1/2" and as long as 4".
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More than 2 inches, and less than 3 inches
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May 12, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. For best results, the copper stub out should be 2" to 3" from the wall.
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Is the screw suppose to breakthrough the indentation on the adaptor

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Trust me on this. Drill it out first, so you can see the slot, and so it can get through the slot, and grab onto the copper pipe.
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November 11, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, before you put the extension nipple onto the adapter, drive the screw through the indention on the extension nipple, then back it off and remove any waste pieces.
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how do you extend the adapter to get an extra inch from the adapter?

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September 6, 2013
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Go back to the store and purchase the Sioux Chief faucet product and it comes with a copper pipe extender/adapter and is the easiest faucet you will ever install!
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March 12, 2013
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Hi Tammy,
Thanks for your inquiry. Unfortunately, this adapter cannot be extended.
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Danco Support
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Missing Part?

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The instructions for Fig A. "1/2" Cooper Pipe Slip Connection" talks about an adapter (A) in step C. My package did not contain such an adapter and I suspect that is why I am seeing a leak when I install this replacement spout. Is the adapter an item that I need to buy separately? If so, what is the product name/part #?
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August 12, 2016
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Thank you for your inquiry. So that they don't get lost, the adapter and the o-ring come fastened inside the extension nipple. To properly install it, remove the adapter and o-ring and install them separately, then screw the extension nipple on to the adapter. If you need further assistance, please feel free to reach out to our Product Support team at 800-523-5135 (option 2).
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Probably trash I have been working with the one that has the hidden diverter, but the issues seem to be the same. Agree with other reviews that this is a poor quality product with directions written by someone who should be flipping burgers. I suggest strongly (and this should be included in the directions) that BEFORE screwing on the spout, the installer should turn on the water and block the water coming out of the extension. This should divert the water to the shower and show if you have any leaks. I have made a little video showing the process. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrzAAd35oFQ It is interesting that this works well for some and not others. I am wondering if this has to do with the length and width of the stub. September 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaks! I bought a second one in the event I damaged it installing and both of these leaked. I ended up going to a plumbing supply store for the old school spin on to the threaded pipe style. Much better and getting hard to find! September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good faucet First time replacing a valve such as this. Had to first figure out how to remove existing faucet. In the process cut groove in the copper nipple. Attached replacement without too much difficulty. Appears to be working. Instructions not all that clear. Could be improved upon. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked fine! Much easier to put new one on than to remove old one. August 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not a great Product The product is not easy to use and despite prolong effort, I could not get it to stop leaking. I finally picked up a no-name spout from a local plumbing supply store for half the price of this Danco product and had that installed in barely anytime at all. I am returning this Danco product back to Home Depot. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Confusing instructions, leaks Believe every word of the negative reviews. The instructions are poorly written. Installation is unnecessarily complicated. The unit leaks. A failure of a product in every possible category (i.e., instruction clarity, ease of installation, functionality). The leak was the deal breaker. Returned it yesterday. Won't touch Danco again. August 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Pitch the instructions It quickly became obvious that the person who wrote the instruction's first language is not English. Look at the diagram to see how it goes together, and then put the instructions aside. The slide extension nipple does not have a hole. It has a dimple. You need to carefully drill it out, starting with a small pilot hole, and then drill it completely out, so you can see the slot in adapter A. The hole needs to be drilled big enough for the screw E to go through it without effort. Be careful when drilling not to punch through, and mess up the threads on the opposite side of the inner threads. Push the extension tube up against the tub wall, slide adapter A on, and tighten it up, where you can still see the slot through your drilled hole. Then put slider retainer ring D on. Run the screw down, almost all the way, until you hit the copper pipe. It has to be tight, or water pressure is going to blow it off. Works fine this way. A lot of hassle to figure that out. June 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Purchase Slid right to place with a vaseoline. Easy to install. June 21, 2016
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