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Model 9192T-SSSD-DST

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Addison Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet Featuring Touch2O Technology with Soap Dispenser in Stainless

$401.91 /each
  • Featuring Delta Touch2O Technology: touch it on, touch it off
  • Delta MagnaTite Docking holds spray wand firmly in place
  • 1, 2, 3, or 4-hole 8" installation
Color/Finish: Stainless
  • Arctic Stainless
  • Chrome
  • Stainless

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The Delta Addison Single-Handle Pull-Down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet features graceful curves and a stainless finish that exudes a delicate beauty. This faucet is equipped with DIAMOND Seal Technology that reduces the chance of water coming in contact with potential metal contaminants once inside the faucet. This technology was built to last up to five million uses and results in cleaner water. The faucet also has Touch2O Technology to easily turn the faucet on and off. Whether you have two full hands or ten messy fingers, just tap anywhere on the spout or handle. A MagnaTite docking system completes the user-friendly features. It keeps the spray wand securely in place. A coordinating soap or lotion dispenser is included.

  • Stainless, a neutral, low-gloss finish
  • Backed by Delta faucets 5-year limited warranty
  • Touch2O technology for hands-free operation
  • MagnaTite docking keeps the kitchen pull-down spray wand firmly in place with a powerful integrated magnet, so it stays docked when not in use
  • TempSense technology LED light indicates water temperature by changing color
  • Operates manually by using handle and with touch on, touch off feature
  • Handle adjusts flow rate and temperature above the deck
  • Operated by 6 AA batteries that are conveniently included
  • Optional A/C adapter available
  • Easily remove mineral build-up with the touch of a finger using touch-clean spray holes
  • High-arc pull-down spout swivels 360 Degree for ease of use
  • 1, 2, 3 or 4-hole, 8 in. installation
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how do I know when to replace the batteries?

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Is there a flashing indicator light to tell me?
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May 21, 2015
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The blue light won't come on, or it will be red. If nothing happens, the batteries are dead, dead, dead.
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February 23, 2015
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The faucet will no longer turn on and the blue light will not turn on. It may start needing to be touched a few times to turn on before it stops altogether.
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January 26, 2015
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I'd assume it just wouldn't turn on. There is no "battery low" light. They are supposed to work for over a year before needing replaced though. Change them when you change your smoke detector batteries. :)
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January 23, 2015
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When you touch the faucet and blue light on bottom (at base of faucet) DO NOT turns on, and faucet doesn't work either... its a definitely time to change the batteries. (:
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January 23, 2015
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 9192T-SSSD-DST has a blue light under normal operation. When the batteries are low and the faucet is on, the light will change to red. When the faucet is off, the light will flash red once every 5 seconds. If the batteries are not changed soon, the flashing red light will then change to once a second. You can switch the faucet to a manual mode then if you Read More
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 9192T-SSSD-DST has a blue light under normal operation. When the batteries are low and the faucet is on, the light will change to red. When the faucet is off, the light will flash red once every 5 seconds. If the batteries are not changed soon, the flashing red light will then change to once a second. You can switch the faucet to a manual mode then if you disconnect the battery pack when the water is flowing. If the batteries fail completely and the water is off, the faucet will not operate until the batteries are replaced.
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Can the battery pack be mounted on the cabinet wall under the sink to keep the floor clear and the pack away from water, spillage, etc?

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May 21, 2015
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Not really as it has to be fed SIX AA batteries. I'm sure you could try a hook & loop tape fix. Using a 9 volt batter works better.
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February 23, 2015
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My battery pack doesn't have a mounting option to it, but I do recommend placing it off the cabinet floor as you mention. A small shelf or even and a small right angle piece of metal could be mounted to the back or side wall of the cabinet and place the pack on there. You can always keep it on a box or canister in the back corner that you rarely, if ever get out.
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January 13, 2015
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Of course. It should have came with a screw to do this.
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Yes, I take a small plastic box from 99 cent store and cut a small a hole in it for wires.
I mount the box, (use screw) put batteries in it and close the lid.
Batteries pack heavy, small, no protection, so I highly recommend to cover it up and mount.
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May 6, 2014
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Hi Larry,
Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 9192T-SSSD-DST needs to have the battery pack stored on the floor of the cabinet to give it the best grounding to the floor. Your touch faucet will work best if it is on the cabinet floor at least 2 inches from the wall.
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Can the faucet run manually without the battries

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NO
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Yes it can - it does have handle to move on and off.
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January 13, 2015
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Yes. You just connect the two hoses directly instead of going through the solenoid box.
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December 14, 2012
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 9192T-SSSD-DST can be changed to a manual faucet if you remove the batteries while the faucet is running water. If the batteries die and the faucet is not running, the only way to make the faucet work is to replace the batteries.
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December 13, 2012
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Hi Dave,
This faucet will function as any normal faucet with the batteries removed.
However, the tap touch function will not operate with dead batteries or with the batteries removed.
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How far from the backsplash wall does the faucet have to be for the handle to be fully operational?

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Just a few inches at most. 2-3 is plenty. It has a very small range of motion. If you still don't have room, you could just rotate the entire faucet to the side slightly.
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Well, I have tight space too. If you have space behind the faucet big enough to put open palm in between, then faucet will work. Of course, bigger is better.
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January 8, 2013
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Complete answer (sorry): handle toggles left and right for on /off. When handle is in middle position the water is warm. It doesnt move much further to the back position for hot water. It does move alot in the forward position for cold water. A backsplash will not be in the way
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Handle moves left and right so the backsplash won't be in the way
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December 3, 2012
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Thank you for your question. Delta Faucet model # 9192T-SSSD-DST needs to be at least 2-1/2 inches from the backsplash for the handle to work properly.
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Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 182 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Addison touch - great customer service We purchased this style of faucet originally in November of 2013 and absolutely loved it. We then moved to a new home in December of 2014, and purchased the same faucet for the new home (that's how much we loved it!) The problem, however, was that starting at about the time the faucet was 12-14 months old, it began rusting where the inner metal piece for the arch part (spout) touches the pull-down piece. This rust problem was severe, and only got worse with time. Now, with the faucet being 18 months old, the two pieces no longer can sit flush against each other. Today I called Delta directly about this and another small problem I was having with it (turns out I just needed new batteries), and not only did they walk me through that other problem, but they are mailing out two new pieces to replace the rusted ones. At no charge! This is EXCELLENT customer service. I would have rated 5 stars across the board if not for the rust problem. But if they had a separate category for customer service, I would have given that a 6 out of 5! August 12, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Sensor does not work- not worth the money The faucet turns on and off on its own. Very unhappy. I'm confident the problem is with the coating they put on the faucet where the sensor connects. I don't feel I should fix their issue. I'm trying the warranty process. June 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Poor quality Loved the Delta touch faucet we put in our bathroom but this model that we installed in the kitchen is not nearly as good. No pressure when on hot water and after talking to Delta helpline there was no solution. The light showing water temperature stopped working after 3 months. Touch feature is working well still. Very disappointed in this faucet. August 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible product I took a chance on this product despite less than stellar reviews. Less than one year after purchase, the Touch feature stopped working. We contacted Delta and they sent us parts that would fix the issue. Now months later, water pressure is gone. Only a trickle comes out of the faucet. For a faucet at this price, I expect much better quality than this. Very hesitant on buying another Delta faucet. May 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Worked well for awhile, awful now I was so excited to get this faucet, and disregarded some of the reviews from people who were frustrated with it. Unfortunately they were correct. The faucet turns on and off at random which completely defeats the purpose of not having to use your hands all the time. Sometimes it won't turn on at all without a lot of fiddling around and I am always anxious that somebody will leave it on ("open") and flood my kitchen because it turns on when no one is there. We are replacing this $400 faucet :( March 19, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Experiencing Issues after 1 month After initial install, we had problems with the touch2O feature. The touch worked at the base and handle of the faucet but not at the neck. After some adjusting and tweaking the position of the cables, the neck now works, but only about 80% of the time. We lived with this problem and were relatively happy. Now today the faucet drips unless we fully close the faucet using the handle... or in other words, when handle is in on position but touch2O has the faucet off, the faucet will continue to stream some water (right now it's dripping rapidly, who knows if it will get worse later). Definitely, not satisfied. February 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is very good, but I have found a small flaw We did a major kitchen renovation about 2 years ago. This was one of our "treat' purchases. We are totally spoiled when traveling as we are very accustomed to touching the faucet to turn it off and on. The unit only works if it has power. It comes with a battery/power pack to hold 6 AA batteries (9 Volts). We have replaced the batteries twice, so far. Now, the battery pack sits under the sink. If you have a leak (like from a disposal unit), thinks can be a little wet before you notice it. We put it in a small tupperware to keep it dry, or so we thought. What occurred was a bit of corrosion. I'll try to add photos. The springs and contacts in the battery pack corroded and would not conduct even for new batteries. We noticed that the connection to the battery pack looks a great deal like a 9 Volt battery for radio or smoke alarm. We connected one and IT WORKS! So, I recommend you plan on one or two years max with the battery pack and AA batteries. Expect this problem and be prepared to replace with a single 9 Volt battery, with fewer opportunities to corrode. May 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT AT ALL No help from Delta on this and the product worked for only 6 months at best. I made a mistake and called MOEN thinking the product was theirs. I wasn't so nice to some help desk person only to find out that it wasn't their product that I was mad at. It was DELTA that is the problem brand. I would recommend anyone to try theirs and stay away from this piece of junk as theirs uses a motion sensor instead of a touch sensor. I think the Delta was the first to market and it has all kinds of issues. And their help desk should have it's name changed to "NO HELP DESK". DON'T buy this! My plumber warned me about it and I did it anyway. He was sooooo right and I was soooo wrong. January 21, 2016
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