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Lahara, inspired by the beauty and bliss created by waves The elegant, one-piece curved handles and sleek spout of Lahara compliments any décor. Features a complete suite of coordinating products: Accessories, Faucets, and showers Available in four finishes: chrome, Brilliance Stainless, Venetian Bronze, and Aged Pewter which extend the look throughout the bath. Dual function pressure balance cartridge Order MultiChoice® rough separately
 

Confusing answer above

I am sorry but I found you answer to my question (both above) confusing. From Delta spec sheet: RP71717 is Non-shared 2 function cartridge for use with 3-setting diverter trim. However, RP71718 (not mentioned in your answer) is Non-shared 3 function cartridge for use with 6-setting diverter trim.
In bath1 I proposed T11800 which is 3-setting diverter trim.
In bath2 I proposed T11900 which is 6-setting diverter trim.
I think the answer to my question should be ONE of these two choices:
1. All proposed components in both baths are correct. The only pieces you are missing from your bath set-ups is the RP71717 for bath1 and RP71718 for bath2.
OR
2. All proposed components in both baths are correct except T11900 in bath2 - T11800 should be used instead. The only piece you are missing from both bath set-ups is the RP71717.
So, which one is correct, 1 or 2 ? Thanks
2 years ago
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Lahara, inspired by the beauty and bliss created by waves The elegant, one-piece curved handles and sleek spout of Lahara compliments any décor. Features a complete suite of coordinating products: Accessories, Faucets, and showers Available in four finishes: chrome, Brilliance Stainless, Venetian Bronze, and Aged Pewter which extend the look throughout the bath. Dual function pressure balance cartridge Order MultiChoice® rough separately
 

correct diverter and rough for lahara shower systems ?

hello, before purchasing I would like to confirm I've selected correct components. please confirm.

bath1:
T17238, 55021, 50560, T11800, R-11000, R-10000-UNBX
note: both water outputs must operate only individually - when one is OPEN the other one is CLOSED

bath2:
T17438, 55021, 50560, T11900, R-11000, R-10000-UNBX
note: all 3 water outputs must operate only individually - when one is OPEN the other two are CLOSED
thanks
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Lahara, inspired by the beauty and bliss created by waves The elegant, one-piece curved handles and sleek spout of Lahara compliments any décor. Features a complete suite of coordinating products: Accessories, Faucets, and showers Available in four finishes: chrome, Brilliance Stainless, Venetian Bronze, and Aged Pewter which extend the look throughout the bath. Dual function pressure balance cartridge Order MultiChoice® rough separately
 

Confusing answer above

I am sorry but I found you answer to my question (both above) confusing. From Delta spec sheet: RP71717 is Non-shared 2 function cartridge for use with 3-setting diverter trim. However, RP71718 (not mentioned in your answer) is Non-shared 3 function cartridge for use with 6-setting diverter trim.
In bath1 I proposed T11800 which is 3-setting diverter trim.
In bath2 I proposed T11900 which is 6-setting diverter trim.
I think the answer to my question should be ONE of these two choices:
1. All proposed components in both baths are correct. The only pieces you are missing from your bath set-ups is the RP71717 for bath1 and RP71718 for bath2.
OR
2. All proposed components in both baths are correct except T11900 in bath2 - T11800 should be used instead. The only piece you are missing from both bath set-ups is the RP71717.
So, which one is correct, 1 or 2 ? Thanks
Sorry I confused you. Maybe I should ask like this: I have 2 bathrooms.
In bathroom#1 I plan to install T17238, 55021 and 50560.
In bathroom#2 I plan to install T17438, 55021 and 50560.
What diverters and rough valves (and anything additional) I need to purchase for each bathroom? Note: all water outlets must operate only individually.
thanks
2 years ago
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