tub diverter faucet

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    We are on the 3rd Delta Stryke tub diverter faucet that does not function properly - it requires one hand holding the faucet, and the other lifting the diverter at just the right speed and amount of force to get it to engage fully, and that only works about 30% of the time. Our plumber insists it is the fixture and now says we should pick a different type/style. Other than fixture, are there other reasons that a diverter won't work? Water pressure, valve, something else?

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    Low water pressure can cause this problem. or just a cheap replacement diverter spout. If you have good pressure to other fixtures in the house and this one has low pressure, replacing it would be the right move.
    I answer all plumbing and heating questions, all day long.

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