What is the difference between the Delta 14 and 17 series?

What is the difference between the Delta 14 and 17 series?

The 13, 14, and 17 Series showers all use Monitor® pressure balancing valves for safety. The 17 Series has the added feature of a volume control, while the 13 and 14 series offer temperature control only. Many Delta series are also available in a 17T. The 17T Series uses TempAssure® thermostatic controlled valves.

Is Delta 17 series the same as 1700 series?

17 Series / 1700 Series / Monitor 17 Series / Monitor 1700 Series: These terms are all used interchangeably and refer to the non-thermostatic, pressure balanced version of the Delta dual control shower cartridge.

Are all Delta shower heads compatible?

As long as you are ok sticking with the Delta brand, your universal Delta rough-in Valve will fit any Delta Trim Kit. As mentioned above, this is the reason that the valves and trims made by different companies are not compatible.

How do I know what Delta shower valve I have?

The model number on the package by the UPC code or may be found on a supply line tag. We also have an online tool to help identify the model. The model number is on all packaging, some faucets, and all installation instructions provided with your faucet. On the packaging, look near the UPC code or the top of the box.

Can you mix and match shower parts?

Shower Trim You can coordinate the same style and finish across all components, trim and fittings, as well as faucets and accessories, or you can mix and match.

How do I fix a leaky Delta shower head?

Delta Shower Head Leaking and How to Fix It

  1. Turn Off Water Supply.
  2. Remove the Faceplate of the Shower Head.
  3. Immerse the Shower Head or Faceplate in White Vinegar.
  4. Remove Excess Deposits After Dipping in Vinegar.
  5. Check for Leaks in the Shower Head After Cleaning.
  6. Worn Out Rubber Washer.
  7. Damaged Diverter Valve.

How do I know if my shower cartridge is bad?

There are a few ways to tell if your shower cartridge has gone bad:

  1. Dripping or running water when you turn your shower off (most common)
  2. Difficulty turning the shower handle, which worsens over time.
  3. Shower handle gets stuck or “slips” and doesn’t turn on the water.

How much does it cost to replace shower cartridge?

between $200 and $400
On average, it costs between $200 and $400 to replace a shower cartridge. Various factors impact the replacement price, including labor, parts, and location. If you’re looking for a more accurate quote, then contact a plumber near you.

Can you change shower fixtures without changing valve?

Simply replace the visible trim for an brand new appearance Change out tub/shower control handles and spouts to achieve a brand new look, without redoing the valve plumbing. Use a simple replacement kit.

How do I find my delta model number?

Are Moen and Delta shower valves interchangeable?

Delta and Moen valves are not interchangeable because they use different types of fittings.