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Tub/Shower Trim Kit for Delta in Brushed Nickel

Replacing the trim on your bathroom fixtures is an easy do-it-yourself project. This Danco Tub/Shower Trim Kit for Delta allows you to make updates without replacing the valve. This Trim Kit replaces the Delta 600 series and Delta Monitor 14 series. It includes adapters to fit #70 ball or #212 ball. This Trim Kit offers you a choice of design between a clear acrylic handle and a brushed nickel finished metal handle. The plastic construction provides durability and the stainless steel material provides reliable performance.

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3.14 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
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Product Description

Replacing the trim on your bathroom fixtures is an easy do-it-yourself project. This Danco Tub/Shower Trim Kit for Delta allows you to make updates without replacing the valve. This Trim Kit replaces the Delta 600 series and Delta Monitor 14 series. It includes adapters to fit #70 ball or #212 ball. This Trim Kit offers you a choice of design between a clear acrylic handle and a brushed nickel finished metal handle. The plastic construction provides durability and the stainless steel material provides reliable performance.

  • Replaces Delta 600 series with and without diverter in brushed nickel (#70 or #212 ball)
  • Replaces Delta Monitor 14 series (without volume control) and without diverter in brushed nickel
  • Durable plastic and stainless steel construction gives strength and reliability
  • Compatible with #70 ball or #212 ball faucets
  • Includes adapters to fit most Delta tub/shower faucets
  • Includes 1 clear acrylic handle and 1 brushed nickel finished metal handle
  • Brushed nickel finish gives a clean and finished look to your tub/shower
  • Replaces existing kits: 29871 & 89277
  • Installs with simple household tools making this an easy do-it-yourself project

Note: To properly install this product, you need a 3-1/2 inch opening in the wall for the offset portion of the trim plate to sit back in, or else it will stick out from the wall.

Specifications

  • PKG Height (in.)10.75
  • PKG Width (in.)8.38
  • PKG Length (in.)4.13
  • PKG Weight (lb.)1.90
  • OEM BrandDelta
  • ApplicationTub / Shower
  • Product Height(in).7.50
  • Product Width(in).7.50
  • Product Length(in).0.00
  • Product Outer Diameter (in.)0.00
  • Product Inner Diameter (in.)0.00
  • MaterialPlastic
  • Product TypeTrim Kit

7 reviews for Tub/Shower Trim Kit for Delta in Brushed Nickel

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  1. 4 out of 5

    I just bought this great looking kit to update my old Delta shower. It looks like I have the Type A 600 with the # 212 Ball. It looks easy to install, but I have a diverter control and its polished brass! The new Danco kit is brushed nickel. Can the diverter button be replace...Read More

    • Danco

      Hi Michael,
      Thank you for reaching out to us. Unfortunately, we do not offer an index cover for this diverter. We do offer the diverter in chrome but not in brushed nickel. The product number is 80971 for the diverter stem. We apologize that we are not able to meet your...Read More

  2. 3 out of 5

    Is this compatible with an old Stanadyne plate cover and plastic handle. Trying update fixtures in my shower in my townhome.

  3. 3 out of 5

    Bought Danco shower trim kit for single handle shower. Old unit is Symmons Product. Are they compatible?

    • Danco

      Good Morning Alice,
      Thank you for reaching out us. This trim kit is not compatible with Symmons. This trim kit replaces Delta 600 series (#70 or #212 ball) and replaces Delta Monitor 14 series. We currently do not offer a trim kit specifically for Symmons products.

  4. 3 out of 5

    I just installed two of these kits, the good thing is they give ya an updated look on a valve that you can still adjust the pressure on, no thanks to big govt idiots controlling our lives. Anyway my complaint the screws are not long enough to reach valves that are set back. Yo...Read More

    • Danco

      Good Morning Mark,
      Thanks for your feedback. We’ve recently did an update on the screws for our trim kit and if you reach out to our Technical Support team we would be happy to send you the correct screw. They can be reached at 800-523-5135 (option 2), or if you pr...Read More

  5. 3 out of 5

    I like how this trim kit looks, but ours was defective. The hole for the allen screw wasn’t drilled all the way through. My husband had to continue the hole, which isn’t just drilling, it has to be threaded. We would have returned it, but by the time we got to t...Read More

  6. 5 out of 5

    While I agree that the instructions are quite difficult to follow, I do consider myself a very handy person. I was able to follow the instructions and get it installed pretty quickly. Looks great. Thanks.

  7. 1 out of 5

    I’m not a plumber but I can do handy work. The directions were awful because we had to decipher what steps to follow depending on our valve type. This had to be the worst directions I’ve ever seen. When we finally put on the handle it never would secure without ...Read More

    • Danco

      Good Afternoon Bob,
      Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your candid feedback. I will pass along your feedback with the installation instructions to our Product Management team so that they can work on updating them. We are currently working on installation v...Read More

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Step-by-step instructions

Leaky tub and shower faucets are not on our list of favorite things. But they're relatively simple to fix yourself. With a few tools and the right Danco replacement part, you can fix that leaky faucet yourself. Tools and supplies required: Phillips Screwdriver, Cartridge Puller, Pliers, Needle Nose Pliers, Fine Sandpaper or Steel Wool, Silicone Grease
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The easiest way to remove the old Cartridge is to use a Cartridge Puller. Make sure to follow the instructions for the Cartridge Puller, which can be purchased at your local home improvement store. Because Cartridges are unique to specific type of Faucets, you will want to take your old Cartridge to your local home improvement store and use the Perfect Match locator system from Danco or use the online Stem Finder. This system makes it easy to find your replacement.

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Next, remove the Temperature Limit Stop, Key Stop, Stop Tube, and the Trim Plate (as needed to access Cartridge).

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Remove the Retainer Clip carefully as not to drop it behind wall.

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The easiest way to remove the old Cartridge is to use a Cartridge Puller. Make sure to follow the instructions for the Cartridge Puller, which can be purchased at your local home improvement store. Because Cartridges are unique to specific type of Faucets, you will want to take your old Cartridge to your local home improvement store and use the Perfect Match locator system from Danco or use the online Stem Finder. This system makes it easy to find your replacement.

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Using Silicone Grease, lubricate the inside of the Valve Body about 1”. Then lubricate the Exterior Rubber Components on the Cartridge with Silicone Grease as well.

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Insert the new Cartridge, Hot inlet Left Side, Cold inlet Right Side into the Valve Body with the tab stamped “HC” on top and with the Stem Notch down.

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Reinstall Trim Plate with original Screws.

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Reinstall the Retainer Clip, Stop Tube, Key Stop, and the Temperature Limit Stop, in that order.

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Slide the Handle onto the Stem or Handle Adapter onto the Stem. Do not use Handle Screws at this point. Turn the water supply back on and test for leaks and ensure the hot water temperature is adequate. Be sure not to exceed the maximum temperature allowed by local plumbing code. Finally, secure the Handle with the Set Screw and your project is complete.

California residents prop 65 warning This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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