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Product Features & Benefits
- CA/VT Compliant
- High-Arc spout provides a large working area
- Pull-down spout for washing or cleaning up
- Matching soap or lotion dispenser included
- Water Efficient Product meeting CALGreen standards
- Soap Dispenser
- ADA Compliant
- Handle(s): Single Handle Lever
- With Side Sprayer: F
- With Soap/Lotion Dispenser: T
- Flow Rate: 1.80 gpm @ 60 psi, 6.8 L/min @ 414 kPa
- Pull-out/Pull-down: Yes
- Valve Type: Washerless ball valve
- Installation: 2 or 4-hole 8" installation
- Spout Total Height: 16-1/32
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meri from AWESOME product! I have only had this for a few weeks. It has made a big help with washing dishes. I have lost a lot of function in my left arm. This makes it so easy to fill pots or rinse anything off. It is a AWESOME product.
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by kenneth from very good product The product is working great,got a great deal price.
Date published: 2018-03-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by Charlie from Installation Bought the faucet yesterday was choosing between peerless and moen. Wife chose yours. Installed it to find out I have to reconnect the water lines because the hot water was labeled wrong.
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by dnncampbell from Great Features I bought this a few days ago. It was very easy to install, and works wonderfully. I absolutely love it.
Date published: 2018-03-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by Daniel from Not satisfied I bought it on a quick trip to Lowe’s no research. Everything works but the head never goes back fully into the spout, you need to push and pull really hard to put it back or take out is making the sink bend, we decided not to do it anymore and leave it hanging out like the picture.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by DandeBrandi1 from Easy to install and lovely addition Recently purchased this faucet in an emergency situation as our previous facet had sprung a desprite leak! Upon opening the delta it was packaged great so it would arrive safely, super easy to install with a single hole or double hole option. And the soap dispenser made it looks so elegant. The pull down sprayer is a freaking mazing
Date published: 2018-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by SadOwner from Poor quality, expensive replacement parts. We have had this faucet for a little more than 1.5 years. The faucet head/wand has separated from the hose at the swivel point. It appears that there is a bevelled nylon washer that holds the two parts together. This washer looks like it is cracked and no longer holds the head to the hose. The replacement part is a single hose and head unti and costs about $70.00 (us). I am not inclined to spend $70.00 more dollars for another part that will have the same approximate life span.
Date published: 2018-01-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dianne from Unhappy I put this faucet in my kitchen about a year ago. Today I took the head off because it acted like it was stopping up. Ran hot water in it and chunks of the finish came out, that is when I noticed that the finish on the outside was bubbling up around the base of the head. Really thought I was buying a quality product. Guess I was wrong! Can I purchase a replacement head?
Date published: 2018-01-05
Does the spray toggle lock or only work when depressed
Dear Gorak, Thank you for your question. The toggle switch on the wand assembly of the Peerless Kitchen Pull-Down P88103LF-SD-L faucet, stay in one function (spray or stream) until the other is selected. Holding the button while in use, is not needed. Best regards, Tanya
Date published: 2018-01-14
installing with handle on the left side of the faucet
can this faucet be installed with the handle on the left side rather than the right as shown in the pictures
Yes, however I recommend you pass on a Peerless product.
Date published: 2017-11-18
Does soap bottle come with faucet,and how do I connect it
Yes it comes with the soap dispenser. It is installed in one of the holes in the sink. Instructions are included.
Date published: 2017-09-09
Is the hot water supposed to be when you pull down towards the sink or when you push back?
I've read that the shorter line is normally for the hot water supply and the cold is the longer of the two, however the longer is labeled for hot on my faucet and the hot water is turned on when you pull down towards the sink with this installation according to the labeling of the supply line and the cold water is when you push back. What is standard on this? Are my lines reversed? Should hot water come on when you push up towards the wall?
On our unit... pushing back towards the wall activates hot water, and pulling forward is cold water. Hope that helps.
Date published: 2017-06-10
How do I remove the quick connect hose assembly?
Thank you for your question, Jan. To remove the hose, squeeze the tabs on the white clip, push up, then pull down. Best regards, Jon
Date published: 2016-12-06
how do you remove faucet handle to put thread cover back on. It has fallen inside the handle after a few days of use.
Thank you for your question, Tim. There is a set screw on the bottom of the handle that takes an 1/8" Allen wrench. Simply loosen the set screw, then slide the handle off. Best regards, Jon
Date published: 2016-11-23
How can I clean sediment/minerals from spray head?
The aerator does not seem to separate from the valve
look closely at the center circle with the screen in it. The outer ring has 2 flat edges about a quarter inch or so long. you can use pliers or a wrench to come at it head on (tips of the pliers/wrench) to unscrew it for removal/cleaning. the aerator will separate into about 3 pieces. you may need to use a knife or something small to separate the screen head from the aerator/filer by poking it through one of the side slots to push the filter cartridge up.
Date published: 2018-02-17
Reinforcing faucet stability on thin stainless sink
Love this faucet - it looks and works great with plenty of pressure and impressive hose dexterity. We have it mounted on a mediocre-grade stainless steel sink. The sink's back deck flexes forward a bit when I pull out the sprayhead, even with the escutcheon plate and everything tightened. Any recommendation for a stabilizing plate or other reinforcing device, or should I just try to fabricate something? (Figured maybe a strip of 3/4" or 7/8" plywood with three holes through.) Thanks.
Hi Tim, Thank you for your question. We offer the RP37490 stabilization/thin sink aid to help support the faucet when mounted on a thinner sink. This plate should help with your issue. http://www.deltafaucet.com/repairparts/details/rp37490.html Thanks, Dave
Date published: 2016-03-22
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