Product Features & Benefits
- WaterSense certification promotes water conservation
- Includes matching finish drain assembly
- Meets standards set by Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- 3-hole 4 in. installation
- Water Efficient Product meeting CALGreen standards
- Low Lead Certified
- Brilliance Finish
- WaterSense Labeled
- ADA Compliant
- Handle(s): Single Handle Lever
- Flow Rate: 1.20 gpm @ 60 psi, 4.5 L/min @ 414 kPa
- Valve Type: Washerless ball valve
- Installation: 3-hole 4" installation
- Spout Length: 4
- Spout Total Height: 6-11/32
- Spout Height Deck to Aerator: 1-19/32
How do I remove the aerator?
Hi Mike, Thank you for your question. The aerator on the model P188620LF can be removed by unscrewing the aerator in a counter-clockwise direction. Often mineral build up can make this difficult to accomplish. We recommend soaking a towel/rag in a 50/50 solution of vinegar and water and wrapping the towel around the end of the spout covering the aerator. Allow the solution to soak in overnight if possible to help break up any mineral deposits making the aerator easier to unscrew. Thanks, Dave
Date published: 2015-10-12
How do I get hotter water?
Hi Alton, Thank you for your question. There may be some type of debris in the hot water supply side that could restrict the hot water flow. We recommend flushing out the P188620LF faucet to remove the debris. Here is a link to our How to video that shows this process. http://www.deltafaucet.com/shopping-tools/research/video-gallery/video.html?v=eWw-FdAezZY&cat= Please also verify the the water supply stop is also flowing freely. Thanks, Dave
Date published: 2015-01-12
what type of plastic is used in your plastic flange assembly . Oatly states plumbers putty and stain free plumbers putty should not be used on abs.
Can you please tell me what plastic type this flange is .I'm a bit confused because the only label on the flange assembly says upc ,which i believe is only a company name. The problem is Standard plumber putty should not be used on plastic due to the oils in it . The new stainless version says it works for plastic but warns not to use on abs plastic.I could use silicone ,but i prefer not to if possible . How are we to know if it would damage it if we cant tell what plastic is being used . Many years ago abs was always stamped on it and i don't see any of these types of markings anymore . Thanks
Hi Talon, Thank you for your question. The type of plastic used on the flange assembly on the drain for the model P188620LF is polypropylene. We recommend using silicone for your installation. Thanks, Dave
Date published: 2014-06-19
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