|Posted by hj on March 18, 2002 at 23:14:06:|
|In response to Re: Delta shower diverter|
Since the diverter blade broke off when the stem popped out, which sometimes happens by itself and can be hazardous to a certain part of your body since it comes out quite quickly, the blade is stuck in the diverted position. Also, since the main stem comes through the trim ring, any leak would be outside the wall where you can see it. Just buy a new diverter stem and replace the broken one.
: I have a single handle Delta shower. The diverter, underneath the faucet, had a problem sticking. The last time, when I pulled it out with pliers, it came all the way out. I put the diverter back in place and now the shower is always on when the water is on. I plan to replace the diverter and I am concerned that there might be leakage behind the wall. How do I go about doing this?
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