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DANCO

Model 89266

Internet #100346102

Store SKU #176283

Universal Tub Spout with Handheld Shower Fitting

$18.98 /each

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Upgrade your dirty, dingy tub spout with the DANCO Universal diverter tub spout for a stylish look for years to come. It features a 1/2 in. personal shower adapter for a handheld shower fitting. The chrome finish will complement your existing bath fixtures.

  • Metal construction provides strength and durability
  • Compatible with a 3/4 in. thread and a 1/2 in. thread, as well as a 1/2 in. copper slip and 1/2 in. thread in nose
  • Includes 1/2 in. personal shower connection
  • Includes diverter
  • Chrome finish
  • Package includes adapters, Allen wrench and plumber’s tape for fast and easy installation

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How do I stop the water from coming out of the white piece underneath?

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Hoboken, NJ
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December 13, 2015
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If the water continues to come out of the shower fitting when the redirect knob on top is disengaged (pushed in) you might have a faulty spout. I would return it and let customer service know what the problem is and ask them for recommendations (don't forget the receipt).
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September 1, 2015
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I make sure that the copper pipe is very smooth and free of nicks and scratches. Check the large nipple to make sure that there is a 1/4" hold in it (mine didn't have one and I had to drill one). Install the small white piece (small nipple) over the pipe first and then use some silicone grease on the end of the pipe. Then install the o-ring. Then screw the small nipple into the large nipple. Here's where Read More
I make sure that the copper pipe is very smooth and free of nicks and scratches. Check the large nipple to make sure that there is a 1/4" hold in it (mine didn't have one and I had to drill one). Install the small white piece (small nipple) over the pipe first and then use some silicone grease on the end of the pipe. Then install the o-ring. Then screw the small nipple into the large nipple. Here's where it gets difficult: Tighten the small white piece into the large nippel but maks sure not to pull it too far away from the wall or the o-ring will slip over the end of the pipe. If you then force it over the end of the pipe you will probably damage the o-ring. Tightening the small nipple into the large nipple is difficult since there are no flats on the small nipple to grip on. Install the "saddle" over the large nipple, push it tight into the wall and tighten the screw , but not too tight or it might go through the copper pipe. I hope that this helps. Read Less
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December 5, 2014
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the white piece underneath is for a shower hose. i would imagine you could buy a cap to screw on that would stop the leaking from the white piece, just be careful because mine broke with minimal pressure when installing a shower hose.
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Bergen/Passaic, NJ
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November 9, 2014
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Pull up on the diverter or screw a 1/2 plumbing cap on it.
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September 25, 2014
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Thank you for your inquiry. The white piece underneath is supposed to be used to hook up a handheld shower hose. If you are not using a handheld shower, and just want the water to divert up to an overhead wall mounted shower arm, either replace the spout with a standard tub spout without the adapter, or add a 1/2"-fpt cap.
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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good water deverter from tub to hand held shower I liked this one better because the shower hose connection is closer to the end where the water comes out. This makes it easier to hook up the shower hose. Some tub spouts have the hose connection near the tub end which can make it harder to hook up the shower hose especialy if you also connect a water shut off valve too. if you do install the shut off valve, then you can have all the water go to the shower head coming off the wall to have more water pressure there but then if you want water to come from the hand held shower, you just open the valve. Also I like the hose hook up at the tub spout instead of at the shower wall so you have more use able hose length to shower off your private area between your legs better. June 28, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Tub Spout with Handheld Nozzle I would prefer the handheld shower hose fitting to be on the top of the spout instead of underneath to better accommodate the hose and handheld shower attachment. December 13, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Barely Meets Minimum The instructions for this spout were very poor. If I wasn't an engineer I probably wouldn't have been able to install it. The instructions told me to align one of the pieces with a hole in the nipple, however THERE WAS NO HOLE! Rather than trecking back to HD, I just drilled a hole in it myself, Then trying to tighten the set screw was also difficult since it was close to the wall and the top of the tub. A allen-type cap screw would have made it much easier. I finally got it installed and it seems to work...for now. Pay the extra bucks and get a good one, however I needed one ASAP and HD only had this one. September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fabulous! I didn't even know this product existed until I was lucky enough to meet Lou at the Home Depot in West Des Moines (? University Ave). My elderly uncle was no longer able to deal with the stairs that were required to get to his bathroom that had a shower. His same-floor bathroom had only a tub spigot, no shower. I came to Home Depot looking for one of those cheap/nasty rubber shower hoses that fit over a tub spigot, so my uncle could more or less shower in his tub. When I explained to Lou what I was looking for, he showed this unit to me. It's exactly what we needed - it has a normal tub spigot, then diverts to a ferrule when the tab is pulled up. It took less than 5 minutes to install - just unscrewed the old spigot & screwed on this new one. We added a nice screw-on hand-held shower unit to the ferrule & life was good. No muss, no fuss, no leaks. Note that we were fortunate in that the original spigot, which had been on that tub for 50 years or more, came right off. And that there was no issue with the tile or drywall behind that spigot. We were also VERY fortunate to have run into Lou at Home Depot. Without him, we would never have known that this item exists. Thanks, Lou! December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Slow install Slow install A little difficult to install, but it was because of our fixture September 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't work The shower tub spout only works for wall mount. It doesn't work for the tub I have so I had to take it back and can't find one to work. July 10, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Low Price, Easy Install, Good solution! It's a simple universal design which was very easy to install. I rent an apt. and the spout we had was old and finally gave out. Before finding this one online, I went to my local hardware store and they didn't have any of the spouts with the handheld shower fitting. All the normal spouts there cost over $25! This spouts connector to the pipe is plastic which is probably the only down fall because if you slam against it, it probably will crack/break. Even if this only lasts me a year I still feel I got my money out of it. Btw, it comes with the pipe tape as well which was a very nice addition so I didn't have to go out and buy some! September 11, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Taiwanese JUNK The plastic male tread fitting snapped off at the base when I attached the shower hose. I tightened it finger tight. It is unfortunate the adapter is made of brittle plastic instead of brass or bronze. The water flow out of the spout is terrible. Very low flow. This item is poorly made, poorly designed and a waste of time, money and effort. Do not waste your time purchasing this piece of junk. The sad news is no one else makes a unit that is any better than this one. All contain cheaply made plastic internal parts. It is unfortunate this is not made of more durable materials. November 17, 2014
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