Mira Elevate User guide

Mira EleVate
electric shower
Installation and User Guide
These instructions must be left with the user.
Contents
Introduction.............................................................................................. 3
Patents and Design Registration........................................................... 3
Safety : Warnings..................................................................................... 4
1.Warning!............................................................................................. 4
2. Caution!............................................................................................. 4
Dimensions............................................................................................... 5
Pack Contents.......................................................................................... 6
Specifications........................................................................................... 7
1. Plumbing........................................................................................... 7
2. Electrical............................................................................................ 7
3. Standards and Approvals.................................................................. 7
Installation Requirements....................................................................... 7
Plumbing............................................................................................... 7
Electrical................................................................................................ 8
Installation.............................................................................................. 10
Commissioning...................................................................................... 15
User Instructions.................................................................................... 17
1. Warning!.......................................................................................... 17
2. Caution!........................................................................................... 17
How Your Electric Shower Works........................................................ 18
The Effect of Seasonal Changes......................................................... 19
The Effect of Other Water Devices...................................................... 19
Using Your Shower.............................................................................. 20
Changing the Spray Setting................................................................ 21
Fault Diagnosis....................................................................................... 22
wiring diagram........................................................................................ 25
Maintenance............................................................................................ 26
Handset - Cleaning.............................................................................. 26
Spare Parts............................................................................................. 26
Customer Service................................................................................... 28
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a quality Mira product. To enjoy the full potential of your
new product, please take time to read this guide thoroughly. Having done so, keep
it handy for future reference.
The Mira Elevate is an electric shower with separate controls for power selection and
temperature/flow adjustment. A unique flow regulator stabilizes temperature changes
caused by water pressure fluctuations. These can result from taps being turned on
or off, or toilets being flushed. An individual light indicates “POWER ON”.
Mira Elevate models covered by this guide:
Mira Elevate 9.5 kW- A 9.5 kW 240 V AC (8.3 kW 230 V AC) heater with integral
storage for showering products.
Supplied with an integrated slidebar, an adjustable spray handset with four different
spray actions (start, soothe, force and eco*), a flexible hose, a clamp bracket
assembly and a soap dish. Available in white/chrome finish.
Mira Elevate 10.8 kW- A 10.8 kW 240 V AC (9.9 kW 230 V AC) heater with integral
storage for showering products.
Supplied with an integrated slidebar, an adjustable spray handset with four different
spray actions (start, soothe, force and eco*), a flexible hose, a clamp bracket
assembly and a soap dish. Available in white/chrome finish.
* The eco setting reduces the water flow to give economical use of water, whilst still
giving adequate shower performance. This setting performs best with most gravity,
pumped and mains pressure unvented systems.
Patents and Design Registration
Design Registration:
000738141
Patents:
GB2237860, Ireland 64471
If you experience any difficulty with the installation or operation of your new Electric
Shower, please refer to ‘Fault Diagnosis’, before contacting Kohler Mira Ltd. Our
telephone and fax numbers can be found on the back cover of this guide.
Safety : Warnings
1.Warning!
1.1.This shower can deliver scalding temperatures if not operated, installed or
maintained in accordance with the instructions, warnings and cautions contained
in this guide and on or inside the appliance.
1.2. THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. MAKE SURE SUPPLEMENTARY
BONDING COMPLIES WITH THE “REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATIONS”.
The installation must be in accordance with the current edition of BS 7671 “The
IEE Wiring Regulations” in force at the time of installation. This appliance is
intended to be permanently connected to the fixed electrical wiring of the mains
system with its own dedicated supply.
1.3. DO NOT twist the individual cable cores of the live and neutral conductors, as
this will prevent them from entering the terminal block.
1.4.The shower unit must NOT be fitted where it may be exposed to freezing
conditions. Make sure that any pipework that could become frozen is properly
insulated.
1.5. DO NOT fit any form of outlet flow control as the outlet acts as a vent for the
tank body. Only Mira recommended outlet fittings should be used.
1.6. If the cover is removed, the following warnings must be observed:
1.6.1.Turn off the electrical and water supplies before removing the cover.
1.6.2. Mains connections are exposed when cover is removed.
1.6.3.Refer to the wiring diagram before making any electrical connections (see section “Wiring Diagram”).
1.6.4. Ensure all electrical connections are tight, to prevent them overheating.
2. Caution!
2.1. Follow all warnings, cautions and instructions contained in this guide, and on
or inside the appliance.
2.2. The electrical installation must comply with the “Requirements for Electrical
Installations”, commonly referred to as BS 7671 the “IEE Wiring Regulations”.
Or any particular regulations and practices, specified by the local electricity
supply company in force at the time of the installation. The installation should be
carried out by an electrician or contractor who is “Part P” (Building Regulations)
registered, or is a member of an association such as:
2.2.1. National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation and Contracting (NICEIC), throughout the UK.
2.2.2.The Electrical Contractors Association (ECA), England and Wales.
2.2.3. The Electrical Contractors Association of Scotland (ECAS).
2.3.The plumbing installation must comply with the requirements of UK Water
Regulations/Bye-laws (Scotland), Building Regulations or any particular
regulations and practices, specified by the local water company. The installation
should be carried out by a plumber or contractor who is registered, or is a
member of, an association such as:
2.3.1.Institute of Plumbing (IOP), throughout the UK.
2.3.2. National Association of Plumbing, Heating and Mechanical Services Contractors (NAPH & MSC), England and Wales.
2.3.3. Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers’ Federation (SNIPEF), Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Dimensions
Mira Elevate Electric Shower
699mm
285mm
363mm
307mm
111mm
Pack Contents
Tick the appropriate boxes to familiarize yourself with the part names and to
confirm that the parts are included.
Mira Elevate Electric Shower
1 x Adjustable Handset
1 x Top Bracket
6 x Wall Plugs
1 x Clamp Bracket
Assembly
6 x Fixing Screws
2 x Concealing Caps
1 x Mirror
1 x Electric Shower
1 x Hose
1 x Soap Dish
1 x Bottom Bracket
Documentation
1 x Customer Support Brochure
1 x Installation Template
Specifications
1. Plumbing
1.1. Minimum maintained inlet pressure:
9.5 kW = 70 kPa (0.7 bar)
10.8 kW = 100 kPa (1 bar)
1.2. Maximum static inlet pressure of 1000 kPa (10 bar).
1.3. Minimum static inlet pressure of 50 kPa (0.5 bar) to keep the inlet valve
closed.
2. Electrical
2.1.The Mira Elevate 9.5 kW requires a 40 Amp circuit protection device.
The Mira Elevate 10.8 kW requires a 45 Amp circuit protection device.
2.2.
The terminal block will accept cable sizes up to 16 mm2.
3. Standards and Approvals
3.1.The Mira Elevate complies with all relevant directives for CE marking.
Installation Requirements
Plumbing
1.When installed in very hard water areas (above 200 ppm temporary hardness)
your installer may advise the installation of a water treatment device, to reduce
the effects of limescale formation. Your local water company will be able to
advise the hardness of water in your area.
2. It is recommended that a non-restrictive (free flowing) isolating valve is fitted
as part of the cold water supply pipe to allow the complete maintenance of the
appliance. Do not use a valve with a loose washer plate (jumper) as this can
lead to the build up of static pressure.
3. The appliance is only suitable for installation within the shower area. It is fitted
with a pressure relief device and must be positioned over a water catchment
area with the controls at a convenient height for all users.
4.
The appliance must be fitted onto a finished flat and even wall surface (this
wall surface should be tiled or suitably waterproofed). Do not fit the appliance
to the wall and tile up to the case. For safety requirements, an air gap must be
left behind the appliance.
5.Avoid layouts where the shower hose will be sharply kinked. This may reduce
the life of the hose.
6. Supply pipework must be flushed to clear any debris before connecting to the
appliance.
7. To avoid damage to the case when soldered fittings are used, pre-solder the
pipework and fittings before connecting them to the inlet connector assembly.
Refrain from applying excessive force when making any connections. Always
provide mechanical support when making the plumbing connections.
8. The appliance is fitted with a plastic inlet compression assembly for connecting
to a 15mm supply pipe from the top, bottom or back. Double checkvalves, fitted
in the inlet supply to the appliance, cause a pressure build-up, which could
exceed the maximum static inlet pressure and damage the appliance.
Electrical
1.
In a domestic installation, the rating of the electricity supplier’s fuse and the
consumer unit must be adequate for the additional demand. All Mira Elevate
electric showers are high power units, therefore it is essential to contact your
electricity supplier to ensure that the supply is adequate for the product. Voltage
drop due to local heavy demand will reduce the shower’s performance.
2. The appliance must be earthed by connecting the supply cable’s earth conductor
to the earth terminal.
Supplementary bonding: Within the bathroom or shower room, all accessible
conductive parts of electrical equipment and extraneous conductive parts
(metal parts) that are likely to introduce earth potential, must be electrically
bonded to earth. If the cable is not mechanically protected, the cable size
must be a minimum of 4.0 mm2 (2.5 mm2 if mechanically protected). Use a
suitable earth bonding strap to connect the earth terminal to 15mm copper pipe.
The installation must comply with the “Requirements for electrical
Installations” in accordance with BS 7671.
3.Supply cable - see opposite.
Important! The shower circuit should be separated from other circuits by at least
twice the diameter of the cable or conduit, and it should not be run through
thermally insulating material or in locations where the ambient temperature is
likely to exceed 30 °C. If any of these conditions are unavoidable, it is necessary
to determine the cable size which will prevent damage to the cable caused by
overheating.
4.As a guide only, and in accordance with BS 7671 we recommend close circuit
protection:
i.e. 9.5 kW = 40 Amp, 10.8 kW = 45 Amp.
It is strongly recommended that a 30 mA Residual Current Device (RCD) is
included in the electrical circuit. This may be part of the consumer unit or a
separate unit. A separate, permanently connected supply is taken from the
consumer unit to the appliance through a double pole isolating switch, which
has at least 3 mm of contact separation. The switch can be a ceiling mounted
pullcord type within the shower room, or a wall mounted switch in an adjacent
room.
5. DO NOT twist the individual cable cores of either the live or neutral conductors,
as this will prevent them from entering the terminal block.
6. DO NOT exert strain on the terminal block. Ensure that the electrical connections
are tightly screwed down.
7. DO NOT turn on the electrical supply until the plumbing has been completed.
Consumer Unit
Double Pole
Isolating Switch
Installation
Warning! Turn off the electrical and water supplies before proceeding with the
installation of the Mira Elevate. The electricity must be turned off at the mains and
the appropriate circuit fuse removed, if applicable.
1.Hold the installation template in the
required position on the wall and
mark the positions of the fixing holes.
Make sure that there is adequate
clearance available for the slide
bar.
Note! Make sure that the position of
these holes do not come in line with
any buried cables or pipework. Make
sure that sufficient electrical supply
cable is available for connection to
the terminal block.
Installation
Template
Fixing
Screws
2.
Drill the fixing holes with a suitable
drill and install the wall plugs.
Clamp Bracket
Assembly
Top
Bracket
3.Holding the clamp bracket assembly,
squeeze the sides together and push
the clamp bracket into the groove in
the slide bar.
Note! It is important that you slide
the shorter edge of the clamp bracket
onto the slide rail first.
Slide Bar
4.
Fit the top and bottom brackets to
the ends of the slide bar and secure
in position with the fixing screws.
Note! Make sure that the hose clip
is installed correctly when you fit the
bottom bracket in position.
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Bottom
Bracket
Fixing
Screws
Hanging Hook/
Hose Clip
Cover Fixing
Screws
5.Remove the four screws that attach
the cover assembly.
Remove the cover assembly and
place to one side.
Cover
Assembly
6.
Fit the shower to the wall with the
supplied fixing screws.
Fixing
Screws
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7.Remove the service tunnel.
8.Connect the water supply to the
inlet connector assembly. Do not
overtighten.
Inlet Connector
Assembly
Water Supply
9.
Feed the electrical cable into the
case. Fit earth sleeve (not supplied)
and strip insulation.
Do not twist cable cores.
10. Firmly connect the conductors. Do
not exert strain on the terminal
block.
Electrical
Cable
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11. Fit the wall bracket into the top
bracket of the slide bar.
Sticky Pad
Top Bracket
12.Remove the backing from the sticky
pad on the rear of the wall bracket.
13. Fit the front cover of the shower onto
the backcase.
With the front cover pushed fully
into place, apply a small amount of
pressure to the top bracket. This will
allow the sticky pad to hold the wall
bracket in position ready for marking
the position of the fixing holes.
Wall Bracket
14.Carefully remove the front cover
making sure that the wall bracket is
in place on the wall.
15. Mark the positions of the fixing holes
and drill the fixings holes with a
suitable drill and install the wall plugs.
Secure the wall bracket to the wall
with the screws provided.
Top Bracket
16. Refit the service tunnel.
17.Refit the cover assembly. Make
sure that it fits correctly. Fit the three
screws to secure the cover assembly
in position.
Note! The fourth cover screw is used
to secure the soap dish in position
and will be fitted at a later stage.
18. Fit the screw to secure the top
bracket assembly in position.
Do not use alternative screws to
secure the cover. This can cause
internal damage to the appliance.
Do not seal around the back of
appliance.
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Case
Assembly
Note! The soap dish is an accessory and
does not have to be fitted.
If you do not fit the soap dish, then fit the
screw (supplied with the soap dish clamp)
to secure the cover in position.
19.Screw the soap dish clamp onto the
bottom of the case.
20.Slide the soap dish over the clamp
making sure that the lip on the soap
dish locates correctly on the bottom
bracket.
Soap Dish Clamp
Soap Dish
21.Connect the flexible hose to the
handset making sure that the
hose washer is in position. Do not
overtighten.
Bottom
Bracket
Handset
22. Fit the handset into the clamp bracket
assembly.
23.Connect the other end of the hose to
the shower outlet making sure that
the hose washer is in position. Do
not overtighten.
Clamp
Bracket
Assembly
Mirror
24. Make sure that the hose is secure
behind the hanging hook/hose clip.
25.If required, clip the mirror into the
space in the cover assembly.
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Hanging Hook/
Hose Clip
Commissioning
If you are unsure how an electric shower works, please read through the section
“User Instructions” before continuing.
1.
2.
Electrical supply is turned
off at the mains.
4.
3.
Set control to LOW .
5.
Check for water leaks.
7.
Turn water supply fully on.
6.
Turn control to full cold.
8.
Switch on electrical
supply.
9.
LD
CO
0-5 secs
Push START button.
10.
Water will be flowing at a
Turn control slowly.
cool temperature.
Temperature remains cool
and flow is reduced.
11.
12.
+
Turn control to full cold. Set control to MEDIUM
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_
5-10 secs
The temperature will rise
.
slightly.
13.
14.
+
_
Set control to HIGH
.
The temperature will rise further.
15.
16.
Adjust temperatures as required. Flow
rate will adjust automatically.
Press STOP and isolate power.
17.
Residual water may drain over a few
minutes.
Note! A slight “hissing” sound may be heard from the appliance during
operation. High mains water pressure and high shower temperature
will affect the tone. This is quite normal in use.
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User Instructions
1. Warning!
1.1. DO NOT operate this appliance if it appears to be frozen. Allow the appliance
to thaw and then contact your installer before using again.
1.2. DO NOT operate this appliance if water leaks from the pressure relief valve;
maintenance will be required before the appliance can be safely used.
1.3.There are no user serviceable components beneath the cover of this appliance.
Only a competent tradesperson should remove the Cover.
1.4.If any of the following conditions occur, isolate the electricity and water supplies.
Contact your installer or refer to “To contact us”, on the back page of this
guide.
1.4.1.If water is leaking from inside the product.
1.4.2.If the case is damaged.
1.4.3.If the appliance begins to make an odd noise, smell or smoke.
1.4.4.If the appliance shows signs of a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for maintenance.
1.4.5. If the cover is not correctly fitted.
2. Caution!
2.1.Read all of these instructions and retain this guide for later use.
2.2. Pass on this guide in the event of change of ownership of the installation
site.
2.3. Anyone who may have difficulty understanding or operating the controls of any
shower should be attended whilst showering. Particular consideration should
be given to the young, the elderly, the infirm, or anyone inexperienced in the
correct operation of the controls.
2.4.When this appliance has reached the end of its serviceable life, it should be
disposed of in a safe manner, in accordance with current local authority recycling
or waste disposal policy.
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How Your Electric Shower Works
Power Setting
Low, Med, High
Heater Tank Assembly
Heating Elements within
heat cold water as it
passes over them.
Temperature Control
Adjust water flow to
increase or decrease
temperature.
Cold Mains
Water Inlet
Warm Water to
Shower Outlet
Hot water is produced by passing cold water through a heating tank.
+
LD
CO
_
The shower has three settings, LOW,
MEDIUM and HIGH.
+
_
+
_
The warmer the shower, the lower the flow
rate and vice versa.
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The Effect of Seasonal Changes
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* **
_
For a cold shower select Low
.
For a summer warm shower select Medium
.
For a winter warm shower select High
.
During extremes of mains water supply temperature, adjust heater setting to
obtain a better showering temperature.
The Effect of Other Water Devices
Example of how shower temperature stabilizes due to sudden pressure changes.
+
Selected
Showering
Temperature
_
Showering temperature
will stabilize to within 6oC
band if other outlets are
opened whilst showering,
providing the minimum
pressure does not fall
below 70 kPa (0.7 bar).
Water inlet pressure fluctuations due to other draw offs (e.g. flushing toilet) will
cause the showering temperature to increase.
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Using Your Shower
Read the section “Important Safety Information” first.
1.
3.
2.
Switch on electrical supply.
4.
Press START button.
+
_
Set to desired position.
5.
Check water temperature before entering
shower.
+
_
Allow 10-15 seconds for any temperature adjustments to reach the handset.
6.
7.
A small amount of water may continue
to drain over a few minutes.
Press STOP button.
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Changing the Spray Setting
The handset spray head has four different spray actions:- Eco, Start, Soothe and
Force. The handset operation is described below.
1. Eco
To access the eco setting, turn the
spray plate fully clockwise.Water will
flow from the outer set of holes and
the flow rate will be reduced.
2.Start
To access the start setting turn
the spray plate anticlockwise until
it ‘clicks’ (one click from the eco
setting). Water will flow from the outer
set of holes.
3. Soothe
To access the soothe setting turn
the spray plate anticlockwise until
it ‘clicks’ (two clicks from the eco
setting). Water will flow from the large
diameter holes.
4. Force
To access the force setting turn
the spray plate anticlockwise until
it ‘clicks’ (three clicks from the eco
setting). Water will flow from the inner
set of holes.
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Fault Diagnosis
The trouble shooting information table below gives details on probable causes
and remedies should difficulties be encountered whilst the shower is in operation.
Warning! There are no user serviceable components beneath the cover of the
appliance.
ONLY A COMPETENT TRADESPERSON SHOULD REMOVE THE FRONT COVER!
Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
Shower is too hot during
the summer.
The incoming water is
warmer in the summer,
so the shower power
setting is too high.
Turn the power knob to
Medium and adjust the
temperature knob until
the desired temperature
is reached.
Shower is too hot.
The handset sprayplate
is blocked.
Regularly clean the
handset sprayplate.
Turning the temperature
knob does not affect the
water temperature.
The handset sprayplate
is blocked.
Remove and clean the
handset sprayplate. If the
fault persists, contact the
shower installer.
The water continues to
flow when the double
pole switch is turned off.
Broken diaphragm.
Contact your installer to
replace the flow valve
assembly.
No water or very low flow The handset sprayplate
rate.
is blocked.
The incoming water
supply stop valves, or
the appliance isolating
valve is closed.
The hose or handset is
blocked.
The power is off at the
double pole switch.
The fuse is blown or the
MCB/RCD has been
tripped, indicating a
possible electrical fault.
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Clean the handset
sprayplate.
Open the stop/isolating
valve completely.
Clear the blockage or
replace the hose or
handset.
Switch on the power at
the double pole switch.
Renew the fuse or reset
the MCB/RCD. If the
fault persists contact the
shower installer.
Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
Temperature cycles
between hot and cold.
The temperature is set
too high. This is causing
the thermal switch to turn
off the heating element
to reduce the water
temperature.
Turn the temperature
knob anticlockwise
to reduce the water
temperature.
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REMEDIES MUST ONLY BE PERFORMED BY A
COMPETENT TRADESPERSON!
Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
No hot water form
Insufficient water supply
shower, with the knobs in pressure.
any position.
Failure of the pressure
switch, microswitch or
thermal switch.
An internal wiring
connection has failed.
One of the heater tank
elements has failed.
Switch assembly
diaphragm fault, water
dripping from the unit.
Contact the local water
authority.
Check the continuity
of the switches, using
a suitable continuity
measuring device.
Replace the switches as
necessary.
Check the integrity of the
internal wiring.
Replace the heater tank.
Replace the switch
assembly.
Shower temperature
cycles between hot and
cold.
The temperature is set
too high. This is causing
the thermal switch to turn
off the heating element
to reduce the water
temperature.
Turn the temperature
knob anticlockwise
to reduce the water
temperature.
DO NOT TAMPER with
the thermal switch.
Turning the temperature
knob does not affect the
water temperature.
The flow regulator if
faulty.
The handset sprayplate
is blocked.
Replace the flow
regulator.
Remove and clean the
handset sprayplate. If
the fault persists, contact
Customer Services.
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Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
No water or very low flow The handset sprayplate
rate.
is blocked.
The incoming water
supply stop valves, or
the appliance isolating
valve is closed.
The hose or handset is
blocked.
Insufficient water supply
pressure.
The heater tank is
excessively scaled.
The pilot valve is faulty.
Water leaks from the
bottom of the case near
the outlet, and there is
no flow from the handset.
Clean the handset
sprayplate.
Open the stop/isolating
valve completely.
Clear the blockage or
replace the hose or
handset.
Contact the local water
authority.
Replace the heater tank.
The inlet filter is blocked.
Replace the flow
regulator assembly.
Clean the inlet filter.
The power is off at the
double pole switch.
The fuse is blown or the
MCB/RCD has been
tripped, indicating a
possible electrical fault.
Switch on the power at
the double pole switch.
Renew the fuse or reset
the MCB/RCD. If the
fault persists contact
Customer Services.
The pressure relief valve
in the tank has been
triggered (the shower
has a pressure relief
valve assembly that
works to reduce the
damage if the outlet is
blocked or the unit is
frozen).
When the relief valve
operates a small rubber
ball is ejected.
Resolve the blocked
outlet, and replace the
tank assembly.
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Reset the relief valve
assembly. If the fault
persists, contact
Customer Services.
Malfunction
Cause
Remedy
The water cannot be
turned off.
The pilot valve is faulty.
Replace the flow
regulator assembly.
Replace the flow
regulator assembly.
Contact the local water
authority.
The supply pressure
is below the minimum
requirement.
wiring diagram
START/
STOP
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Maintenance
Handset - Cleaning
Clean with mild washing up detergent or
soap solution. Wipe dry with soft cloth.
R
EA
CL
Poor shower performance can be avoided
by cleaning the spray head. Use thumb
or soft cloth to wipe rubber nozzles. The
handset must also be descaled regularly.
Spare Parts
406.27Inlet Filter
411.37Seal Kit (Shower Handset)
439.75Inlet Connector Assembly
450.36Spray Plate Pack
632.73Hose Washer
1563.593Spray Plate Adjuster Ring
1603.104Hose - Chrome
1644.090Internal Screw Pack - not illustrated
1644.091 External Screw Pack - not illustrated
1644.092Heater Tank 9.5 kW
1644.093Heater Tank 10.8 kW
1644.094Outlet Connector and Ball
1644.095Switch Assembly
1644.096 Neon Assembly
1644.097Cover Assembly
1644.098Service Tunnel
1644.099Terminal Block Assembly
1644.100Internal Pipes
1644.101Stop/Start Switch Assembly
1644.102 Flow Regulator Assembly
1644.103Wires - not illustrated
1644.104 Brackets - slide bar - components identified ‘B’
1644.108Soap Dish Assembly
1644.123Handset
1644.124Clamp Bracket Assembly
1644.137 Mirror Assembly
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1644.096
1644.095
1644.099
439.90
1644.124
1644.092
1644.093
1644.102
1644.101
1644.098
406.27
439.75
1644.097
1644.094
1644.124
1644.100
1644.124
1644.123
B
632.73
411.37
450.36
1563.593
1644.108
B
1644.137
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1603.104
Customer Service
1071262-W2-A (J99A, J99B)
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