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Q: My existing, leaking cartridge is etched rp46074, but the temp. limiter has a disk and tri…

A: Yes - this will replace your existing one but it does have a new and improved temp limiter…

Fred | 4 years ago

Q: Mine fits but doesn''t turn on enough for hot water. Am I missing something?

A: You have to adjust that white part on the inside. You can turn it so that the faucet handl…

Jelane | 4 years ago

Q: Will it work with Delta Faucet R10000-UNBX MultiChoice Universal Tub and Shower Valve Body

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Delta Faucet Company | 4 years ago

Q: I am trying to use this for Delta Faucet R10000-UNWS MultiChoice works weird. It holds for…

A: You may want to check your pressure. Sounds like its blowing the O-rings.

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Wiley Traylor
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
If you have a drip even after replacement, it might not be the cartridge.
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2020
My tub was dripping about 1 drop per second from the Delta Monitor 13/14 faucet. In a day it would waste about 1-2 gallons (which I collected and used to refill the toilet tank after flushing). I ordered this part after carefully identifying it by the "Type P" marking on... See more
My tub was dripping about 1 drop per second from the Delta Monitor 13/14 faucet. In a day it would waste about 1-2 gallons (which I collected and used to refill the toilet tank after flushing). I ordered this part after carefully identifying it by the "Type P" marking on the original cartridge.

Replacement was not difficult, and I followed the instructions completely. Turned the water supply back on and lo and behold, it still dripped. Granted it was now only about one drop per every 10-15 seconds, but it was still dripping. I couldn''t imagine a new part doing this unless it was very old stock and the seals had hardened or deformed in storage.

I checked back in an hour, and the drip had slowed considerably, but still one drop every 2-3 minutes.
So on a whim, I called the water company and asked them to come check my pressure. They came out and lo and behold, pressure to my house was a whopping 125 PSI, about 50 PSI too high.

So, I took the original cartridge apart and examined the seats very carefully. I can see a bulge in the seats where the 125 PSI pressure had been pushing the seats so hard against the control disk that it actually pushed a small area of the seals into the openings ever so slightly, creating the bulge. Then as the handle was turned, it cut against those bulges creating an uneven surface that allowed for the drip.

Morale of the story: if you replace the cartridge and it continues to drip, have your water pressure checked.
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Symbols Of LoveTop Contributor: Swimming
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
OEM replacement, fits perfectly. See low pressure diagnosis & repair within this review...
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2018
Fits well as OEM replacement. There''s a LONG story below... NO TIME for the LONG STORY? Cutting it to a SHORT STORY: drilling out the housing ports & mixer cylinder with a 5/32 drill bit and as long as you do not have plugged/clogged piping causing the low flow... See more
Fits well as OEM replacement. There''s a LONG story below... NO TIME for the LONG STORY?

Cutting it to a SHORT STORY: drilling out the housing ports & mixer cylinder with a 5/32 drill bit and as long as you do not have plugged/clogged piping causing the low flow issue this WILL INCREASE THE FLOW. I also used an air compressor with a small rubber tip and a can of WD40. It took some time and a lot of repetition, but finally got all the rust and particles out of the lines by allowing WD40 to soak and then blowing air into & through the lines.

I am not a licensed plumber. I am a hands on properly manager who does almost all his own work and I have a lot of experience with these issues. I''ve successfully completed tons of repairs myself. That being said...

My home had clogged copper pipes, which required a high powered air compressor with a small rubber tipped blow gun, a can of WD40 and a lot of patients.

The LONG STORY: Our bathroom was retrofit at the galvanized pipes and adapters added to add copper pipe where the new shower/tub valves were installed (2 valves, 1 shower & 1 tub/shower combo. The shower/tub combo is the one I had multiple issues with low flow/low pressure. They both were working just fine for years before the old galvanized pipes started to clog the copper tubing.

Shortly after the bathroom renovation, say about 3 years later we moved out of the home and decided to use it as a rental property. Our tenant made an "improvement" (translation: added a pressure regulator without owners consent & caused a major water pressure problem) the pressure regulator which our tenant added restricted pressure as intended, therefore created a low flow/low pressure issue, which allowed the newly added copper pipes to begin to collect bits and pieces of rusted pipe at the fittings and smaller bends and areas where they narrow into the Delta valve housing etc.

Rust/corrosion is something that normally happens with all galvanized pipes, so I''m used to clean out aerated faucet ends regularly. However my experiences with pressure regulators has been not been favorable. Pressure regulators are great for new construction with copper piping throughout the home where joints can break free and other seals may become weak from high pressure in the lines.

Older 1950''s and earlier homes used galvanized steel pipes which in my opinion DO NOT NEED PRESSURE REGULATORS, never had them, and never had this problem which I now have with the "tenant improvement".

A plumber will tell you otherwise I''m sure. However my experience is that the pressure regulator on a galvanized pipe system allows poor flow and thus rust accumulates along with bits of rusted/broken pipes and begin to clog the system due to the lack of flow.

I''ve found galvanized pipes last longer where they are free flowing and do not have an restrictive devices, therefore all rust particles/pieces of things that flow through the pipes are allowed to flow through the pipes and out the faucet.

Aerators at the end of each faucet will always plug/clog up, this is normally a small problem and easily fixed by removing faucet aerators/filters from the end of the faucets and cleaning out the broken down rusted pieces from clogging it. However my problem wasn''t so simple. Yes each faucet in the home had pieces of rusted pipe clogging each faucet, yet removing the rusted particles from all the aerators wasn''t the complete remedy.

I first tried altering the Delta cartridges by drilling out the back flow rubber stops at each inlet port all while ensuring not to damage any of the plastic housing. Then separating the valve and removing the stainless steel mixing valve cylinder. I used a 5/32 bit and redrilled each hole to that size while holding a rag around it and placing it in a bench vice (actually hand held it with a rag and pliers and slipped a couple times which caused a couple gashes on my hand, I just thought I''d make it sound a bit safer, as I wouldn''t recommend this way).

Okay finishing up... flow improved but it wasn''t nearly where it should be, so back to diagnosing the issue. I still had low flow after removing the valve and free flowing the water through the housing (I''ll go into this with a bit more detail later on) so I shut off the water for the 20th time and removed the valve once again. I blew out some of the water in both hot and cold side of the housing inside the wall with my 6 gallon air compressor.

Here comes the free flowing water shooting out the valve housing thing; I then took a can of WD40 filed up both sides of the copper lines and let the WD40 sit in there for a while, then took a towel and zip ties it around the outer edge of the valve housing to direct the water downward into the tub.

This gets MESSY! Use a long towel and do your best to secure it or have someone hold it over the housing by hand and direct the water downward with the towel into the tub, water will shoot out with a lot of force so it will most likely make a huge mess if you''re not careful. I repeated this 6-7 more time and installed the valve, I still had a low pressure problem. I finally decided to attempt to blow out all the water in the lines both sides with my air compressor...

So I opened up the faucet in the bathroom sink to allow the water and air to vent as I forced air into the hot side & then the cold side. As I blew out all the water through the home in the hot side pressure would build and start to shoot back out from the force, I decided to close off the sink faucet and kept pressurizing the hot side it made bubbling and gurgling and out came so much rust and particles that I knew I had started to begin to get somewhere. I repeated this step over and over probably 5 more times and each time more stuff came out into the tub, until it finally seemed to run somewhat clear. I then did the same to the cold water side and finally after I felt I had gotten most of the rust and particles out I then installed the Delta replacement valve and turned the water back on. There was so much pressure I couldn''t believe it. FIXED!

I wish Delta wouldn''t have designed their valves with any flow restrictions built in, however there are mandatory regulations in place for manufacturers of water faucets etc.. Our government requires low flow/water saving designs by manufacturers.

There are ways to get around these manufacturer low flow designed products, I always modify my shower heads and anything else that restricts flow and creates a low pressure issue for me. It doesn''t save water after the modification, however it saves time spent on the next low flow repair and I''d dare to go as far as saying saves you money on repairs. Good luck, any issues feel free to post a question/comment and I''ll see if I''m able to help you out with some advice.

NOTE: If you appreciated this review please give it a “thumbs up/like” your helping me to continue to give honest/unbiased insight into products I’ve used and you may have questions about. Interested in a product but don''t know enough about it and would like it reviewed? Please let me know and I''ll see what I can do... Thank you
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Fred
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fix that dripping faucet quickly and easily - no plumber required.
Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2017
This shower valve was so incredibly easy to install that I can''t believe that I put up with that dripping shower faucet for so long. I was thinking it was an expensive tile busting job with new pipes, but that was not the case for this dripping faucet. There are... See more
This shower valve was so incredibly easy to install that I can''t believe that I put up with that dripping shower faucet for so long. I was thinking it was an expensive tile busting job with new pipes, but that was not the case for this dripping faucet.

There are easy to understand videos on youtube on how to replace the old unit (turn water off, take off handle, take off sleeve, pull out old unit, put in new unit, put on sleeve, put on handle, turn water on - that''s it.).

IMPORTANT NOTES:
1. There are two types of these faucets depending on the year of manufacture. Before 2006, these faucets were blue and had different dimensions. This gray colored unit of for faucets made 2006 and later.. If you aren''t sure of the year, temporarily remove your old one and look at the color and measure it. I made this mistake and had to return it and get this one.
2. If the drip is minimal, it may just need new springs and seats which only cost a couple dollars. They are also easy to replace and will add life to the faucet at minimal cost.
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Sarah Stebbins
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Buyer beware, double check what you need
Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2020
I gave this 4 stars because there is nothing wrong with the product itself. I took off a star because this ended up not being the correct part for my shower. This is for a system installed after 2006. My shower system is from before 2006 (RP19804 is the correct part for... See more
I gave this 4 stars because there is nothing wrong with the product itself. I took off a star because this ended up not being the correct part for my shower. This is for a system installed after 2006. My shower system is from before 2006 (RP19804 is the correct part for it). Aesthetically both showers look exactly the same, but this particular part is different enough between the two that they are not interchangeable. I sent this back and got a refund from Amazon. Having this critical information in the listing title would have saved me a lot of time and frustration.

I did a lot of research before buying this, to include Delta’s own website. It would be incredibly helpful if all listing titles mentioned this part being for before or after 2006. It was not until after taking everything apart (major pain getting that one piece off) and trying to install this that I realized it is wrong (and saw the for post 2006 in small writing on the back of the package). I also then went back to Delta’s site and while this part says nothing about being for after 2006 more digging revealed the correct part for pre 2006, which was very clearly labeled as such.

Very frustrating and I even called Delta to suggest adding the post 2006 to this product, especially since it is the first thing that comes up when looking at the shower set. I get it, it is the most recent and all, but without anything being said that it is for a certain timeframe this purchase mistake is bound to happen fairly often. The good news is by simply calling to suggest this while nicely admitting my frustrations the gentleman I spoke with sent me the correct part for free. I know he did not have to do that, but I am very appreciative that he did and now my shower faucet is leak free! I am hoping my comments helped update the listing information as well, but not sure.
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Chris L.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Delta "Gray" Replacement RP46074
Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2018
I purchased this - as a direct replacement for a Gray RP46074 cartridge (this one is "White"). The color codes refer to the color of the top, where the anti-scald adjustment resides. I was having a very slow leak from the shower head of a Delta 13/14 Multichoice shower... See more
I purchased this - as a direct replacement for a Gray RP46074 cartridge (this one is "White"). The color codes refer to the color of the top, where the anti-scald adjustment resides. I was having a very slow leak from the shower head of a Delta 13/14 Multichoice shower fixture. Some reviews/questions stated to replace the springs/washers - that must be for a different model as mine did not have that as an option.

Installation was quick and painless (any questions, check YouTube videos for "replacing RP46074 cartridge" and you will get plenty of vids that will walk you through installation.

Steps were:
Cut water off at meter
Open faucet to drain water
Remove handle
Remove escutcheon tube
Unscrew retaining screw (by hand - very easy - if hard to remove, use a flat, rubber jar opener)
Remove old cartridge, paying close attention to which side is the "HOT" side
Check the cartridge area in fixture for any contaminates and clean if necessary
Insert new cartridge - make sure it is seated all the way in
Screw on retaining screw (by hand - until you cannot any more - do not use tools)
Install escutcheon tube
Turn on water and test for leaks (do not put handle back on as this will hide the cartridge and you will not be able to see any small leaks)
Install handle and check scald guard

Easy Peasy! The scald guard on mine was set to minimum from the factory, I had to adjust it - simply pull the white part and turn to appropriate setting.

Again, very easy to install, a direct replacement for the "GRAY" RP46074, stopped all leaks. I mention the "Gray" part a bit so that one can be sure that this fits.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Delta Shower Cartridge
Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2017
This is a replacement cartridge part for our Delta shower. The old cartridge is supposed to slide out and this new one go in without any difficulty according to the Delta video - and this should take about 5 minutes. Well, nothing goes according to plan and this was no... See more
This is a replacement cartridge part for our Delta shower. The old cartridge is supposed to slide out and this new one go in without any difficulty according to the Delta video - and this should take about 5 minutes. Well, nothing goes according to plan and this was no exception. We could not remove the old part. It ended up breaking at the midpoint and we had to literally chisel the plastic and metal out! Two hours later, we got it removed, but ended up with a pipe leak! So, if you are going to try this, make sure you do NOT separate the two pieces at all costs. Keep wiggling it, even if it takes forever. I don''t know if we had a weird bracket it went into, but it was a tight fit. There is nothing wrong with the part - it was perfect for our shower, just getting the old one out. Good luck! :)
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Mike
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I have no plumbing skill and I found it easy to install
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
I had a slow leak from my bathtub faucet. A plumber would probably charge $150-$200 to come to fix it. I was tempted to call a plumber because I am not handy at all, but after watching a few videos online, I figured I''d give it a shot. Turned out to be as easy as shutting... See more
I had a slow leak from my bathtub faucet. A plumber would probably charge $150-$200 to come to fix it. I was tempted to call a plumber because I am not handy at all, but after watching a few videos online, I figured I''d give it a shot. Turned out to be as easy as shutting the water off, removing one screw, unscrewing one piece, and swapping out the cartridge. Just like that, no more leak. I can''t comment on the quality of this compared to other brands, but I can say if you''re debating if you should buy this and try fixing the leaky faucet yourself, go ahead and give it a shot.
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Merlin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Buy This OEM !! Do NOT get the cheap stuff !!
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2021
Yeah - I thought I''d save a few bucks and got the $17 version "compatible". BAD Move !! No matter how I tried - the $17 version wound NOT seat into the delta valve casing. To the naked eye - the cheap version (image) appears identical. BUT the mixer rattle is... See more
Yeah - I thought I''d save a few bucks and got the $17 version "compatible".
BAD Move !! No matter how I tried - the $17 version wound NOT seat into the delta valve casing.
To the naked eye - the cheap version (image) appears identical. BUT the mixer rattle is LOUDER / looser.
Sure - with a rubber mallet - I made it fit. Of course - the cheap thing leaked :-p :-p
I learned my lesson and ordered the Delta OEM valve cartridge.
It plugged right in with little force required - and of course - no leak.
Just a note to you DIY folks: this is a balanced flow valve.
IF you only turn on ONE side (hot or cold) - there will be NO Flow - as there is zero from the other side.
Both fitting valves on the valve casing must be opened to enable temperature compensated flow.
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Koen
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect fit for Delta 13/14 series
Reviewed in Canada on February 20, 2019
My 12 year old Delta faucet was dripping. Swapping out the old cartridge with the new one solved the problem. One thing to note is that there are 2 different versions of this cartridge model. One version has something like a plastic triangle piece with a small metal screw...See more
My 12 year old Delta faucet was dripping. Swapping out the old cartridge with the new one solved the problem. One thing to note is that there are 2 different versions of this cartridge model. One version has something like a plastic triangle piece with a small metal screw against it, and a plastic disk on top that you can pull off (picture is attached). The other version is this one, which has a plastic disk you pull up and turn to change the heat setting. Both versions will work, but it may be confusing at first if you''re not aware of it. My old cartridge was the one with the triangular piece at the end.
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Kspec
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
reduced water flow
Reviewed in Canada on November 6, 2019
I was about to replaced my existing one (also genuine Delta) but this new one reduced water flow. Reason for replacement was that it was dripping when closed- I just replaced the two little springs and grommet on the old one instead and problem solved. I called Delta but...See more
I was about to replaced my existing one (also genuine Delta) but this new one reduced water flow. Reason for replacement was that it was dripping when closed- I just replaced the two little springs and grommet on the old one instead and problem solved. I called Delta but they have no idea why this new one would reduce water flow (volume). I''m sticking with my old one for now.
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Christian
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect replacement for the old RP46074
Reviewed in Canada on March 5, 2020
This appears to be a newer version which has a hot water adjustment valve. I saw people complaining that the water is not hot with this cartridge. That is probably because they didn''t see/know they could adjust it. It can get as hot as you wan it. The size and fit match the...See more
This appears to be a newer version which has a hot water adjustment valve. I saw people complaining that the water is not hot with this cartridge. That is probably because they didn''t see/know they could adjust it. It can get as hot as you wan it. The size and fit match the original and will fit your cartridge housing without issue. I am also a big fan of this cartridge not needing a handle screw because I had to take a hacksaw to the last handle after the screw jammed and twisted (I don''t understand how that''s even possible) to a point where even drilling it off was not possible.
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ruben
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Perfect! Fast shipping !
Reviewed in Canada on August 22, 2017
Perfect replacement for my shower faucet. This is the revised temperature adjustment on it, no Allen screw, simple pull design. I also ordered a lever (H79), as the one on had the set screw stuck. Dont forget silicone lube(plumbers silicone grease) for the orings. I...See more
Perfect replacement for my shower faucet. This is the revised temperature adjustment on it, no Allen screw, simple pull design. I also ordered a lever (H79), as the one on had the set screw stuck. Dont forget silicone lube(plumbers silicone grease) for the orings. I included a pic of my old one . Hope this helps.
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J. Lenglet
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Extremely low flow - unusable
Reviewed in Canada on September 3, 2020
This slips in for super easy install. But the flow ... so bad. The old cart was only 4 years old and a cheap contractor install. Way better water pressure. With the Delta cartridge pressure dropped by half. mix works fine but its touchy. The flow rate makes this a worthless...See more
This slips in for super easy install. But the flow ... so bad. The old cart was only 4 years old and a cheap contractor install. Way better water pressure. With the Delta cartridge pressure dropped by half. mix works fine but its touchy. The flow rate makes this a worthless product. You dont save any water by showering twice as long!
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