Not sure if this newsgroup is meant to be for professionals only.
If so, I apologize.
But, would sure appreciate some help with this.
My bathroom sink faucet is (probably) quite old; might even be original
with the 35 yr old house.
It's the typical two-handled type, all mounted on a base, with the
spigot coming out of the middle.
This probably isn't too important, but just for info.,there is
absolutely no drain closure or pull-up knob or lever anywhere on it.
Might this help peg the unit ?
Found the name of the unit, but no model number.
The name is "DELEX".
I've never heard of it, but a Google search seems to imply that it's an
older Delta brand. Is it ?
Is it some outfit Delta absorbed a while ago ? Or,...?
What would you suggest that I purchase that stands a reasonable chance
of being the right size ? I know that Delta has several kits for
bathroom sink two-handled faucet repairs, but they seem to be model
Is there a "universal" repair kit from Delta that would fit most any of
them, including an older DELEX ?
If they were made pretty much like the new ones, I guess I would need
the springs, the "top-hat" rubber washer that goes over the springs,
and/or a complete new cartridge assembly.
Or,...? Any thoughts would be most appreciated.