Troubleshoot your Faucet

My Bath Sink Two-Handle Widespread faucet leaks

Identify the area that is leaking. Then, find the solutions to that area below.

Note: The diagram below is a general representation of this faucet type showing common replacement parts. If you do not find the answer you need here, please use the Technical Document search to find maintenance instructions for your specific model.

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Bath Single Handle Compact Bath Single Handle Exploded

Solutions

  1. Leaks from under the handle:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#1 in diagram — Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handles or RP212 for knob handles)
    • Replace Cam & Packing (#2 in diagram — Repair Kit RP61). For faucets purchased prior to 2007, please order RP1050 cap and RP61 cam and packing.
  2. Leaks from aerator:

    • Replace seats and springs (#3 in diagram — Repair part RP4993).

    If leak persists:

    • Replace Ball Assembly (#1 in diagram — Repair part RP70 as shown for lever handles or RP212 for knob handles)
  3. Leaks from base of the spout:

    Since the water travels through the hose, and not the spout itself, a leak from the base of the spout would be very unlikely. If this occurs, check the connection of the hose to the spray wand. If this connection is secure and not leaking, then check the hose for damage. Replace the hose if it is damaged or leaking.

If you need replacement parts, find out Where to Buy Delta repair parts.

If you need help troubleshooting, please contact Customer Service by calling 1‑800‑345‑DELTA (3358) or email us at customerservice@deltafaucet.com.