How to Identify and Find Replacement Parts for Discontinued Delta Faucets

When it comes to plumbing, finding the right replacement parts for your fixtures can be a challenge. This is especially true if you have a discontinued Delta faucet. Fortunately, there are several ways to identify and find the parts you need to keep your faucet functioning properly.

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Identifying Your Delta Faucet Model Number

The first step in finding replacement parts for a discontinued Delta faucet is identifying the model number. This can be found on the underside of the faucet, usually near the base or handle. The model number will be printed on a metal plate or label and may include letters and numbers. Once you’ve located the model number, you can use it to search for compatible parts online.

Searching Online for Replacement Parts

Once you’ve identified your Delta faucet’s model number, you can begin searching online for compatible replacement parts. Many online retailers carry a wide selection of Delta faucet parts, including those that are no longer in production. You can also search through online auction sites such as eBay or Craigslist to find used parts at discounted prices. Additionally, many plumbing supply stores may have access to discontinued Delta faucet parts through their suppliers.

Contacting Delta Directly

If you’re unable to find the replacement part you need online or through local retailers, your last resort may be contacting Delta directly. The company has an extensive database of discontinued products and may be able to provide you with the part you need. You can contact them by phone or email and provide them with your model number so they can help identify the correct part for your needs.

Finding replacement parts for discontinued Delta faucets doesn’t have to be difficult. By following these steps, you should be able to quickly identify your faucet’s model number and locate compatible replacement parts either online or through local retailers or even directly from Delta itself.

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