Model # RP63138

Internet #203725432

Delta Single Handle Repair Parts Kit

Discontinued Delta

Single Handle Repair Parts Kit

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Product Overview

Purchase this Single Handle Repair Parts Kit for an easy fix-a-leak DIYer project. Ideal replacement kit for kitchen and bathroom sink faucets, this is a budget-conscious kit for repairing a leak without replacing the entire valve. Delta is committed to providing you with the best experience with water.

  • Includes two self-lubricating o-rings, one diverter, two cam assemblies, two self-lubricating rubber seats, two metal springs, two ball valves, two end valves and one 1/4-turn stop
  • For use with Delta single-handle kitchen and bathroom sink faucets
  • Genuine Delta repair part kit
  • Use of non-Genuine Delta repair part voids warranty
  • Lifetime limited warranty covers parts and finish defects

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Customer Questions & Answers

On Delta faucets, is the ball the same for a kitchen faucet as for a shower faucet?

Due to rust on the screw that holds the shower knob on I had to drill it out. When doing so I damaged the stem that comes out of the ball, but had spare ball from a single lever kitchen sink and another for a bathroom sink I used one of these (don't remember which) and it works but is not quite like the old one. I went to the store (Lowes) to get a new (correct size of type) ball, but the clerks didn't know if there was a different ball or not. Please advise me as to the part number or other information I would need to replace the ball in my single lever shower control fixture. Also, I'm not sure if it matters, but this is a shower only (does not include tub). Thank You
Asked by: Harry
Hi Harry. Thank you for your question. If you had a ball assembly in your kitchen or lavatory faucet, and in your shower faucet, then it is more than likely the same ball. It is model number RP70. Thanks. Jody
Answered by: DeltaFaucet
Date published: 2015-09-20
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