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 Bath Tub Spout Repair
Author: lamontieo (TN)

Hi Guys,

What do I need to fix this?


It started out as the shower head wouldn't turn on so I took the nozzle off and it was damaged. The replacement 1/2 and 3/4 were to small for the much larger than Slip-on spouts at the hardware stores. So I removed the plastic piece off the nipple and exposed this pipe in the pic below. Threads are too corroded and can put a replacement on. Any idea's what to do next? I never have done pluming but I am trying to teach myself.







Thanks!

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 Re: Bath Tub Spout Repair
Author: m & m (MD)

If you buy the Delta RP17453 spout, it will have that part and the spout.

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 Re: Bath Tub Spout Repair
Author: lamontieo (TN)

Thank you. The image seems to match the part pic from amazon. I think this will work. Hopefully lol

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 Re: Bath Tub Spout Repair
Author: m & m (MD)

Fill the void at the wall with silicone caulk before you install the spout.

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