Installation Guide
Model 708
Single-Handle Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet
Certifications & Information
GPM
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NSF Certified
UPC & cUPC Certified
Lead-Free Construction
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ADA Approved
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Flow Rate Chart
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Tools
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PSI
Gather the necessary tools as shown to complete the installation of this faucet.
Adjustable Wrench
Phillips Screwdriver
The following tools are optional:
Safety Glasses
Channel Lock
Pliers
Flashlight
Configuration
/8"
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Water supply
Connect to water supply lines with TWO
SirFaucet
3/8" Compression Faucet Connectors
Connector
One-Hole Installation
Three-Hole Installation with Base Plate
Installation Guide
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Installation Guide
Faucet Installation
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A. Turn off the water supply. Remove the faucet
with the mounting hardware attached from the
package.
B. Remove all mounting hardware from the shank.
C. Insert the shank of the faucet body into the hole
of the sink deck. If installing a base plate, insert
the faucet shank through the base plate first, and
then into the holes of the sink deck.
D. From the underside of the sink or mounting
surface, attach the washer, followed by the lock
nut, and screws onto the shank.
shank
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sink deck
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E. Hand-tighten the lock nut until secure. Then, use
a screwdriver to tighten each screw slightly until
all are secure.
F. Plug the spray hose into the quick connect at the
base of the copper tube.
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G. Install the weights onto the hose using two
screws. Position the weights two feet from the
underside of the sink deck. Use a screwdriver to
tighten the screws securely.
H. Connect 3/8" compression fittings to each hose,
and then to each corresponding water supply
line. Secure each fitting with a 1/4 turn of a
wrench.
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Water supply
Connector
Installation Guide
Important
Turn on the water supply SLOWLY, to test for leaks
before completely opening the water lines.
Pull the hand spray from the faucet body and disconnect it. Be careful not to lose the
washer between the hand spray and the hose. Once the hand spray is disconnected,
remove the aerator washer from the hose and direct the open end of the hose into
the sink. Operate the faucet handle in the hot and cold positions to flush each line for
at least one minute each. When complete, place the washer back into the end of the
hose and reconnect the hand spray. Place the hand spray back into the faucet body.
To prevent damage to the tube body, tighten the connections by carefully using two
wrenches as shown. Use caution to not bend the stem.
Check for leaks.
Maintenance & Cleaning
The faucet can be cleaned by rinsing with clear water or washing with mild detergents. Dry the faucet with a clean, soft cotton cloth.
CAUTION: do not use any cleaning agents containing acids, abrasives, or other harsh chemicals.
Simply rinse and dry faucets with a soft towel every week to prevent mineral
deposits from forming. Clean spills and splatters as they happen. Do not let
soap, toothpaste or other contaminates dry on the faucet, this can stain or
pit the finish. Use a mild soap and soft sponge or towel to remove residue.
Rinse and dry thoroughly.
Never use an abrasive cleaner or rough sponge to clean or dry your faucet.
Harsh cleaners could dull or scratch the finish. Use only a soft disinfectant
that does not contain bleach or chlorine and apply with a soft towel.
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Notes
Warranty Information
MR Direct warrants to the original consumer purchaser that our sinks and faucets will be free from defects in material
and workmanship under normal use for the lifetime of the product. MR Direct may elect to repair or replace any
defective MR Direct product covered by our warranty.
Our warranty does not cover defects caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, alterations, environmental conditions,
improper installation, storage and handling; nor any labor expenses.
From time to time we will change design specifications and materials as conditions require and improvements are
developed. We have no obligation to incorporate such changes in products we previously manufactured.
This warranty is in lieu of any and all other warranties, express or implied, including any warranties of merchantability
and of fitness for a particular purpose; and excludes any incidental or consequential damages. No representative has
the authority to change or enlarge the above warranty.
This warranty is only valid in the United States of America. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or
exclusion may not apply. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
One-Year Accessory Warranty
MR Direct warrants to the original purchaser that all of our accessories will be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use for one full year.
Our warranty does not cover defects caused by misuse, abuse, negligence, alterations, environmental conditions,
improper installation, storage and handling; nor any labor expenses. MR Direct may elect to repair or replace any
defective MR Direct accessory covered by our warranty.
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