SHOWER OPERATING
& SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
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BRADLEY SHOWER HEADS - - - - - - - - Column Shower & Wall Savers
Individual-Wall Shower-Panelons
5howerhead Adaptors For
Flared Connection
Adaptors
3/8"-18
NPT
3/8"-18
NPT
1/2"-14
NPT
1/2"·14
NPT
153-087
Deluxe Showerhead
153-138
576·001
Core Assy.
576·002
5hell Assy.
3/8"~~
.
NP~"II
"1'1'
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854-001
824-008
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Ball Joint Assembly
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802-057
wILever Handle Volume Control
524-104
3/8" NPT
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524-096
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Lever Handle Volume Control
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524-008
Ball Joint
f-----------576-002 5hell Assy.
1/2"
576·018
:.-....-...--,
NPT
Core Assy.
160-135
824-008
854-001
802-058
Ball Joint Assembly WI Allen Key Volume Control
524·103
524-099
Allen Key Volume Control
Ball Joint
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524-072
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824-008
854-001
Ball Joint Assembly
524·102
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The 1/2" NPT Ball Joint Assem-
blies as shown are no longer
available. When replacing complete Shower Head Assembly as
shown .above, the adaptor will
have to change to a 3/8" connection.
524-093
Ball Joint
~[D(J~~(jJ
Obsolete Deluxe Shower Head
must be replaced complete with
the new style Deluxe Shower
Head shown above.
Replace with 524·072
B~l@y.
P,O. Box 309. Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
824-008 Showerhead was furnished on
column showers until well into 1974
when it was replaced by 824-072. The
824-072 Showerhead is not shown in
photos, since it is identical in appearance to the 824·008 Showerhead. However, the method of connecting to the
supply tube, and the type of Showerhead core are not the same. The 824008 Showerhead is currently furnished
as part of the complete Showerhead
assembly on individual wall showers,
Econo-wall showers and Panelons.
while the S24-072 Showerhead Is
furnished on wall-saver and column
showers.
BRADLEY COMPRESSION SHOWER VALVES
1949 To The Present
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NOTE: Complele valve assemblies are not shown. Only those parts reflecting basic design changes are illustrated.
128-011 Handle "Hot"
128-012 Handle "Cold"
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125-001L
Bibb Washer
VALVE ASSEMBLY NO. 502-018
Furnished from 1949 to 1963.
Only the 125-001L & 160-146 are still available.
160-001 or
119-008 Valve Stem
1
160-146 Screw
Valve Assembly 502·031 (Tempered), 502·031A (Cold), 502·0318 (Hot)
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REPAIR KIT NO. S45·048
125-001 L
128-021 Handle
Bibb Washer
Ixt-
CONTENTS
First 502-031 Series
Furnished from 196310 1968.
Only the 125-001 L & 160-145
are stili available.
160-146
119-042 Valve Stern
Screw
•...,
128-028 Handle
Qly Part No.
1 160-146
Item
Screw
1
125-001l
1
124-001BD Fibre Washer
1
125-001BC "0" Ring
1
117~OO2
Renewable Valve Seal
1
124-001K
Valve Body Washer
REPAIR KIT NO S45·048
125-001 L
CONTENTS
Bibb Washer
Second S02-031 Series
Furnished from 1968 to 1969.
Only the 128-028, 125-001L
& 160-146 are still available.
160-146
Screw
119-050 Valve Stem
Bibb Washer
01y Part No.
Ilem
1
160-146
1
125-001L
Bibb Washer
124-0018D Fibre Washer
1
Screw
1
125~OO18C
"0" Ring
1
117-002
Renewable Valve Seat
1
124-001K
Valve Body Washer
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----------125-001 L
128-028 Handle
119-052 Valve Stem
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REPAIR KIT NO S45·04BA
Bibb Washer
120-017
160-164
Valve Stem
Screw
Third 502-031 Series
Furnished since 1969.
Only the third S02-031 Series can be provided complete,
either as an assembly, or as
individual parts.
Extension)
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CONTENTS
Qly. Part No.
Available as 821-020
valve stem assembly
142-027A
125-001 BC
Blue Index Washer
"0" Ring
142-027B
121-012
142-002BF
B/rass Washer
Bonnet
160-145
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Screw
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142-002BL
Insert Washer
1
Screw
1
125-001L
Bibb Washer
1
1
124-00180 Washer
124-001K
Washer
1
125·Q01BC "0" Ring
1
117·002
Valve Stem Extension
Valve Seat
THIRD S02-031 SERIES
142-027
White Index Washer
Red Index Washer
Item
120-017
160-164
1
l
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125-001L
Bibb Washer
"9-052
Valve Stem
/
*120-017
Valve Stem
Exten\Sion
Used In Conjunction With The Following Parts:
118-009 Valve Body
124-001K Fibre Washer For Valve Body
117-002 Valve Seat
150-004 Escutcheon, Columns
150-035 Escutcheon, Wall Savers, Panelons
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* 160-164
~~ ~. ~,--~:j----<~ ~ § ~_screw
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"'S21-021 Valve Stem Extension . /
124-001 BD
S2to20
Fiber Washer
Valve Stem
Assembly
·NOTE: It is not recommended that the component of the stem assemblies be ordered individually. It is likely that valve stem
extension no. 120-017 can not be removed without breaking as it is made of Celcon plastic. If breakage occurs, that portion of the
plastic remaining in valve stem no, 119-052 will have to be drilled out. It is our recommendation that valve stem assembly no.
S21~020 always be replaced complete.
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POS-I-PAK VALVES
Individual Showers-Concealed
January 1978 To March 1983
Single Tempered Supply Uses Washer 142-027
And Valve Unit S27-157
PARTS LIST
No.
1
Description
Part
160-261
Screw
2
128-049
Handle
3
142-002BL
Washer
Sleeve
4
169-743
5
169-742
Escutcheon
6
169-650
Cap
7
169-746
a-Ring 13/16 x 5/8
8
627-157
Valve Unit
9
627-157A
10
169-748
a-Ring 1/2 x 3/8
11
169-741
Waterway Sleeve
12
142-027A
Washer-Cold (Blue)
13
142-027B
Washer
(Includes 169-748 & 169-746)
Valve Unit
(Includes 169-748 & 169-746)
Hot (Red)
HOT & COLD VALVES
Individual Showers-Concealed
Furnished From March 1983 To Present
Single Tempered Supply Uses Washer 142-027
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Item
Part No.
1
119-052
Valve Stem
Extension
Description
2
621-021
3
142-002BL
Insert Washer
4
Screw
5
160-145
142-027B
Red Washer
6
142-027A
Blue Washer
8
128-060
121-019
Handle
9
10
125-001BC
"0". Ring
11
124-001BO
FiberWasher
12
142-002BF
13
113-430
14
150-110
Escutcheon
15
117-034
Seat
Bonnet
Brass Washer
Sleeve
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565-040 Tempered
POS-I-PAK VALVE
S65-040A Cold
565-0408 Hot
NOTE: Valve Seat is not included.
Washer
Washer
142-0028L
142-027 Temp.
142-027A Cold
142-0278 HOI
Escutcheon
Valve Body
Screw
150-067
160-145
118-111
Washer
124-001K
Valve Seat
Adaptor
Valve Unit
'117-026
"117-027
827-157
'For Wall-Saver, Econo-Wall and Panelon.
153-139
Bonnet
121-018
UFor column shower.
For Individual Shower Application See Page 3
527-113 Gradual Closing Valve
No longer available. Contact Chicago Faucet-Ref. #333-X-SLO.
S27-115A Self-Closing Valve
No.
oiv.
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
5
2
1
8
7
8
9
10
1
1
1
11
1
1
1
12
13
14
15
16
17
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part
No.
169-580
169-581
169-582
169-583
Description
Cap Nut
Samson Nut Sleeve
Samson Nut, R.H. Thread
Used I," Conjunction With The Following:
118-088 Valve Body
124-001K Fiber Washer
142-028 Escutcheon Washer
117-002 Valve Seat
Samson Nut, L.H. Thread
169-584 Brass Washer
15
13
11
10
169-585 Handle
169-588 Ball Race
169-587 Centerpiece
169-588 Asbestos Washer
169-589 Packing
169-590 Spring
169-591 Gland
169-592 Spring
169-593
169-594
169-595
160-118
Stem
Seat Washer
Seat Washer Screw
17
Set Screw
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BRADTROL VALVES
For Individual Showers
Handle
"cern Bearing
*Sleeve & Insert
300-0935
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300-0306
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ecem
300-1036
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Valve Assembly 300-0888
*Gasket
300-0602
"cern Bearing Cover
Includes Items Marked
*
128_\032
877
Screw
160-225
tel
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300-0312
Bradley Repair Kit No. 300-0760
Includes:
300-0935
Sleeve & Insert
300-0602
Gasket
300-0601
Cartridge
2l
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Screw (2)
*Screw (3)
300-372
Escutcheon
300-0379
For Econo-Walls, Wall Savers
And Panelons
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"earn Bearing
121-015
'Cam
Valve Body
Bradley Repair Kit No. 300-0760
Includes:
300-0935
Sleeve & Insert
300-0602
Gasket
300-0601
Cartridge
T .. (pC!0'"
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Screw (3)
Handle
"300-0312
128-032
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Valve Assembly 821-025
Includes Items Marked"
160-225
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For Column Shower
"cern Bearing
121-015
Gasket
169-2\
.Cartridge
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·Screw (3)
300-0312
307601
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Gask{as
125-001
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Gasket.
300-0602
Screw
160-225
Handle
128-032
·Sleeve & Insert
300-0935
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Bradley Repair Kit No. 300-0760
Includes:
300-0935
Sleeve & Insert
300-0602
Gasket
300-0601
Cartridge
Escutcheon and screws (not shawn) must be ordered separately,
as follows:
150-061
Escutcheon, 6-Person Shower
Escutcheon, 2-5 person Shower
150-062
Screw for upper escutcheon hole
160-176
160-177
Screw for lower escutcheon hole
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Valve Assembly S21-023
Includes Items Marked·
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BRADLEY EQUA-FLO #478
First Generation Furnished to May 1982
Column Type Showers
Wall Type Showers
Echutcheon
300-1139 (Individual)
150_083 (Wall Saver)
150-074 (Panelon &
Econo-Wall)
Gasket
169-269
/
Valve Body
567-305
/
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Gasket
125-001 BS
Sel Screw
Screens (2)
(Internal)
173-011
160-253
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Screws (4)
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'0" Ring (In Rear)
125-055
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Screws
300-1 '42
(Individual)
160-225
(All Other)
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Escutcheon
Screws (2)
160·177
NOTE
Standard Rotor 120-026
Can Be Replaced With A
Brass Stem & Rotor Assembly
545-372
Valves are equipped with Temperature Limit Stop. This
Stop can be used to limit temperature of tempered water
discharged. To adjust, remove Handle, loosen set screw.
Remove Limit Stop and reposition to desired setting.
Reposition Limit Stop turning clockwise for hotter setting
and counterclockwise for cooler setting.
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_ _ Screw
160·214
Handle
128-047
Temperature LImit.
To
To
To
Shower
Head
Shower
Head
Shower
Head
1
Up
(Groove
In
,
1
~
1
up
UP
~
~
~SPhne)~
Position Temperature Position Temperature
Limit Stops as shown for
Limit Stops
Individual Wall Showers.
as shown for
Wallsavers, PaneIons
SERVICE SUGGESTIONS: Ordinary service requires
replacement only of Double Face Seals. When replacing,
it is recommended that you order complete Gasket Kit
S45-271. Bottom of Rotor (Where contact is made with
seals) should be checked for scratches. If scratched,
replace.
Gasket Repair Kit S45-271
Includes
1 125-001 CG
1 142-002CE
1 125-001AY
2 300-995
2 125-055
(Groove In
Spline)
Position Temperature
Limit Stops
as shown for Column
and Econowall Showers
Showers
"0" Ring
Washer
"0" Ring
Double Face Seal
Square Rin9
Lubricate Top Face of Seal 300-0995
with a slight film of Dow Corning
#111 Compound at assembly.
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,BRADLEY EQUA-FLOW #478
2ND GENERATION
Furnished From May 1982 to Present
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Column Type Showers
Wall Type Showers
NOTE: SHOULD THE ROTOR COME OFF THE STEM,
ALIGN GROOVE IN OUTER RIM OF ROTOR WITH
GROOVE IN SPLINE ON THE STEM WHEN REASSEMBLING.--....
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Echutcheon
300-1139 (Individual)
150-083 (Wall Saver)
Screens (2) 150-074 (Panel on &
Econq-Wall)
(Internal)
173-015
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Escutcheon Screw
/
160-279
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(Individual)
/
160-225
(Econo-Wall &
/
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160-255
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(Panelcn)
Escutcheon
~ 1 150-093 (6 Person)
~50-092 (2, 3, 4 & 5 Person)
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Cartridge Assembly 567-359
2
2
1
2
555-009
300-0995
567-360
125-055
Includes:
Sleeve & Flapper Ass'y
Double Face Seal
Cartridge Ass'm
Cap/Clamp
107-280
Escutcheon
Screws (2)
160-278
Square Rings
Valves are equipped with Temperature Limit Stop. This
Stop can be used to limit temperature of tempered water
discharged. To adjust, remove Handle, loosen set screw.
Remove Limit Stop and reposition to desired setting.
Reposition Limit Stop turning clockwise for hotter setting
and counterclockwise for cooler setting.
Screw
160-214
'l@/
Handle
128-047
Temperature Limit.
To
To
To
Shower
Shower
Shower
Head
Head
Head
2
125-055
1
1
1
2
125-001BH "0" Rin9
269-031
"0" Rin9
300-995
Double Face Seal
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(Groove In
(
Wall Savers)
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Gasket Rapalr Kit 565-073
Includes:
Up
~
Square Ring
NOTE
(Groove In
Spline)
Position Temperature Position Temperature
Limit Stops as shown for
Limit Stops
Position Temperature
Individual Wall Showers.
as shown for
Limit Stops
wensevers. Panelons as shown for Column
and Econowall Showers
Showers
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When replacing the double face seals, lubricate the top
face with a smali amount of silicone lubricant reassembling.
When assembling cap into vaive body use silicone lubricant on 269-031 "0" Ring, to prevent twisting of "0" Ring.
If silicone lubricant is not available, a slight film of soap
may be used,
BRADLEY TOUCH 'N FLO VALVE
Part.
No.
128-048
107-243
107-253
182-065
135-034
S64-024
S21-032
125-048
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
125-001BC
118-120
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
169-250
173-012
135-028
S64-014
S27-070
117-030
118-121
Description
Push Button
Cover
Cover (Indiv. only)
Spacer (Indiv. only)
Spring
Poppet Ass'y
Adjusting Screw Ass'y
Orifice
O-Ring
Body
Gasket
Filter
Conical Spring
Plunger Ass'y
Internal Stop Core
Seat Body
Bottom Body
Qty.
Part No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
118-120
S64-024
S21-032
125-001BE
125-048
173-012
Description
Body
Poppet Ass'y
Adjusting Screw Ass'y
"O"-Ring
Orifice
Filter
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/
'In
=
150-077
160-255
Escutcheon for ali other Showers
Escutcheon Screw-2 Required
159-107
300-0372
Wall Piate for Individual Shower
Wall Plate Screws-2 Required
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Apply Thin Coat of Silicone
Around 1.0.-1" Deep
Body Ass·y.
Lubr~AII
Escutcheon & Screws (Not Shown) Must Be Ordered
Separately as Follows:
Escutcheon 6-Person Column Shower
Escutcheon 2-5 Person Column Shower
Escutcheon Screw-2 Required
1
2
3
4
5
6
2
573-019
REPAIR KIT
865-071
150-033
150-031
160-165
Item
CONTENTS
Qty
Part No.
1
S73-019
Body Ass'm
1
135-028
S64-014
Conical Spring
1
Item
Plunger Assembly
REPAIR KIT
865-070
CONTENTS
Oty
Note: LUBRICATE "U"-CUP ON PLUNGER WITH DOW
#111 SILICONE LUBRICANT
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1
Part No.
Item
125-001BE "0" Ring
1
125-048
Orifice
1
135-028
Conical Spring
1
169-250
Gasket
1
173-012
Filter
1
S64-014
Plunger Assembly
BRADLEY
TOUCH 'N FLO SERVICE PROCEDURES
•
ADJUSTING TIMING:
1. Remove escutcheon.
2. Remove cover (Items 2 or 3).
Note: The push button, and spring will also come loose
with the cover.
3. Check present timing by depressing poppet valve (Item
6). Measure the time from poppet valve release to
valve shutoff.
4. Changing Timing:
A. Insert 3/32" Allen Key into adjusting screw (Item 7).
B. Turn clockwise to time valve longer.
C. Turn counterclockwise to time valve shorter.
D. Recheck timing as indicated in Step 3, continuing
adjustment until desired timing is reached.
NOTE: A short turn will change liming considerably
when setting valve in excess 0145 seconds,
5. Replace cover and related parts.
6. Retest timing by depressing push button (Item 1).
If timing is significantly different than in Step 4D, repeat
Step 2 and proceed as follows:
Loosen poppet valve assembly (Item 6) slowly until
a slight leak appears, then retighten slowly until leak
stops (slightly more than hand tight). Repeat Steps
4D and retest with push button assembled.
IF VALVE WILL NOT SHUT OFF
1. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 as above.
2. Using a 3/32" Allen Key, turn adjusting screw (Item 7)
counterclockwise until adjusting screw is flush with
body (Item 10). If valve continues to run, proceed with
the next step.
3. Turn integral stop (Item 15) to shut off water, remove
body assembly (Item 10) and check for:
A. A loose or worn valve seat (Item 16).
B. Any obstruction between seat and plunger assembly.
C. Loose, missing or plugged filter (Item 12), in body
assembly. If either condition exists, replace entire
body assembly (S73-019).
D. Missing plunger assembly (Item 14)..Conical washer
worn or not centered on plunger assembly. Replace
if either condition exists.
E. Reassemble valve body assembly S73-019 and turn
water on.
F. If valve still continues to run, proceed with Step 4.
4. Shut off water to shower, Remove integral stop (Item 15),
and check if bibb washer and screw have become disassembled and have remained in passageway or if any
other foreign matter may be obstructing water flow.
If integral stop core is defective, replace with a new
unit. reassemble and test.
IF VALVE WILL NOT TURN ON
1. Check if all stops are open.
2. Integral stop washer may have slipped off retaining
screw, allowing it to obstruct passageway. Remove
washer and replace integrai stop (Item 15) with a new
unit.
3. Poppet valve assembly (Item 6) may be screwed into
body (Item 10)too tightly. Only slightly more than hand
pressure is necessary. Loosen and retighten to this
degree.
4. Conical piston spring (Item 13) may be in upsidedown.
Narrow end of spring should engage the piston.
IF VALVE TIMING IS UNSTABLE AT
CYCLES IN EXCESS OF ONE MINUTE
1. Make certain to depress push button (Item 1) and hold
for one second to test cycle.
2. Listen to shower for evidence of strong flowing fluctuations. If these exist when other showerheads are
used, check buiiding supply stops for full open, if
strainers are clean and tempering valves are on.
3. If timing drifts steadily longer, make sure that position
of orifice and a-ring (Items 8 and 9) are installed as
shown. If not, remove and reposition. After repositioning, check new timing as follows:
A. Turn water on.
B. Open integral stop (Item 15).
C. Depress poppet valve (Item 6).
D. Look for water coming from around poppet valve.
Turn adjusting screw (Item 7) through its range
of adjustment, while holding poppet valve in. Water
coming from poppet valve should vary from, "off"
with adjusting screw tight, through a steady stream
with the adjusting screw loose.
E. Set adjusting screw (Item 7) so that water comes
from around the poppet assembly (Item 6) at several
(two to five) drips per second. This approximates
a fifteen 10 thirty second range.
F, Resume timing process.
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BRADLEY PRESSURE BALANCING MIXING VALVE S27-022 FOR COLUMN SHOWERS
DOES NOT INCLUDE ESCUTCHEON AND SCREWS
No.
No. Req.
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0 0 0
0 00
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COLUMN
Order Washer And Gasket Klt-S65-013
Includes Item Marked"
1
1
2
1
2
1
3
2
4
1
5
Part
No.
169-255
150-032
150-034
160-177
Description
Body Seat
Escutcheon, 2-5 Person Column
Escutcheon, 6 Person Column
Escutcheon Screw
Dome Cover
1
169-263
169-257
6
1
169-267
Lock Nut
Cap
7
1
8
1
169-258
169-265
Handle Set Screw
9
1
169-264
Handle
1
169-266
Packing
1
169-274
Dial
10
11
Packing Nul
12
1
527-092
Limit Stop Assembly
•
13
1
169-259
Cold Washer Retainer
•
14
1
169-262
Cold Washer
•
15
16
1
169-268
Cap Gasket
1
827-067
Flow Control Spindle
• 17
• 18
• 19
•
20
1
169-260
Hot Washer
1
169-269
Top Seat Gasket
1
169-261
Hot Washer Screw
1
169-270
Bottom Seat Gasket
SERVICE SUGGESTIONS: Open valve to about warm position. Loosen handle screw and remove handle. Remove escutcheon, unscrew dial lock nut
and remove dome cover. Unscrew Valve Cap with complete assembly. Leave Packing Nut in place while unscrewing Cap to avoid distorting end of
Cap. When Cap is unscrewed. entire working unit may be removed.
The perforated Cylinder is an integral part of Flow Control Spindle and does not unscrew. TheCyllnderis hollow and contains a Piston. The Piston is
free-moving and provides preesure-belanclnq feature of valve. Bysliding back and forth under any variation in pressure, Piston opens orthrottles Hot
and Cold Water ports to control proper delivery ratio of each. and so maintains constant even temperature. Control action is entirely automatic, and
Piston is sealed Into Cylinder. and neither Cylinder nor Piston should be tampered with. Under no circumstances should wrench or pliers be used on
Cylinder. It is a carefully machined unit and any marking or gouging will destroy its function.
The Piston should be free inside Cylinder at all times, and should click back and forth when assembly is shaken. After long service in "rugged" waters,
it is possible that mineral orotherdeposits may block Piston's action. Normally, tapping Handle End of Spindle against solid object will free Piston. If it
is so solidly plugged that this is not effective. replace entire Spindle Assembly.
Ordinary service requires only replacement of Hot and Cold Washers. To replace Cold Washer, remove large knurled Washer Retainer. To replace
Hot Washer, remove Washer Screw. It is essential that both Hot and Cold Washers be replaced at same time. even if only one appears to require
attention. Washer and Gasket Kit should be used for this service. Use only Pressure Balancing Valve Washers.
In extreme cases or after long years of service, Body Seat may require replacement. Body Seat is removable after removal of four mounting screws.
NOTE: When reassembling valve after any repairs, be sure Cylinder is drawn close to Cap before screwing Cap back into position.
Valves are equipped with "LIMIT STOP," This Stop, located below Dome Cover, can be used to limit temperature of tempered water discharge. TO
ADJUST: Open valve and turn handle to maximum desired discharge temperature. Unscrew LIMIT STOP Cap, screw in adjusting set screw until it
seats. While still holding valve open to desired position, replace LIMIT STOP Cap and tighten securely against its gasket.
BRADLEY PRESSURE BALANCING MIXING VALVE S27-025 FOR PANELONS & WALL
SHOWERS INCLUDES ESCUTCHEON AND SCREWS
No.
No. Req.
•
•
Description
1
1
169-264
Handle
2
1
169-265
Handle Screw
3
1
169-397
Dome Lock Nut
4
1
169-398
Dome Cover
5
1
S27-091
Escutcheon and Screw
6
1
169-399
Packing Nut
7
1
169-266
Packing
8
1
827-092
Limit Stop Assembly
9
1
169-401
Cap
1
169-402
Cap Gasket
1
169-259
Cold Washer Retainer
1
169-404
Flow Control Spindle
1
169·262
Cold Washer
• 10
•
Part
No.
11
12
• 13
• 1415
1
169-260
Hoi Washer
1
169-261
Hal Washer Screw
16
1
169-408
Top & Bottom Seat Gasket
17
1
169-409
Renewable Seat
•
Order Washer And Gasket Kit-S65-048
Includes Item Marked"
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BRADLEY Mt;.TERED SHOWER VALVE S27-024 PANELONS & WALL SHOWERS
INCLUDES ESCUTCHEON AND SCREWS
/r
III.
No.
~
1
169-240
Screw
1
827-063
Knob & Screw
3
169-376
Push-Rod
169-657
Spring
5
1
1
1
169-379
Cap
6
4
169-380
Cap Screw
7
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
169-377
Escutcheon
8
9
12
« 13
14
« 15
« 16
REPAIR KIT
the running time cycle is too short, order Repair Kit 865-047. For
a complete replacement cartridge unit, order 865-046.
REPAIR KIT 865-047
Description
1
« 10
« 11
If valve is leaking and will not shut off, order Repair Kit 865-047. If
Part
No.
2
4
«
No.
Req.
17
189-378
Screw (Not illustrated)
169-381
Cap Gasket
827-064
Guide Nut w/"O" Ring
169-382
169-383
Gasket
Cap "0" Ring
827-087
Shut-off Washers & Screw
827-088
Washer & Piston Unit
169-384
Spring
169-387
Retainer Washer
1
169-386A Control Rod Sleeve & Retainer
1
827-089
Integral Stop Unit
INCLUDE8 ITEM8 MARK •
VALVE ADJUSTMENT: By referring to the valve diagram, follow these instructions for valve adjustment. The diagram shows the
valve set at maximum time cycles the Allen set screw is holding on the uppermost end of push-rod. To shorten cycle:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Loosen Allen set screw.
"Pop out" plug bottom with sharp pointed tool.
Insert thin blade screwdriver in center of knob and into slot of the push rod.
Turn knob clockwise while holding screwdriver-firmly. Turn until push-rod is almost flush with top of knob.
Tighten Allen set screw. Insert plug button.
This procedure lowers the knob in the cap and effectively allows for a shorter stroke when the knob is pushed to operate the valve.
SERVICE NOTES: Foreign matter in new pipe lines may interfere with proper operation of valve and may be corrected by removing
cartridge and cleaning working parts of valve. If valve has long idle period between installation and operation, Cup Washer or Push
Rod may stick and it may be necessary to disassemble valve end of cartridge and lightly lubricate these parts. The same procedure
may be found necessary on installations which have only seasonal use.
BRADLEY METERED SHOWER VALVES FOR
COLUMN SHOWERS
New Bradley Touch 'N Flo Metering Valve
is available for retrofit. Adaptable on
existing metering valve column showers
with on-site machining (tool provided).
Bradley Metered Shower Valve S27-023
for column showers & repair parts is
no longer available.
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CLEA.NING. OF SHOWER MATERIALS
SHOWER SERVICE SUGGESTIONS
Stainless Steel
Showerhead Leaks
Periodic and frequent cleaning will greatly prolong the service
life of stainless steel equipment and, altha same time, maintain a
bright surface of pleasing appearance. The amount and frequency of cleaning depends on service conditions involved.
1. Replace bibb washer or renewable valve seat. using 3/8" Allen
wrench.
2. A fibre washer was used under renewable valve seats prior
to July 15, 1963, and may have become sufficiently distorted
to leak. Remove washer and reinstall seat. using pipe dope
on threads.
3. A hole may have developed in interior walls of the mixing
chamber necessitating its replacement.
4. If Symmons metering or pressure balancing valves are used,
refer to pages 6 and 7 for service suggestions.
Follow these suggestions:
1. CLEANLINESS IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE. Ordinary
deposits of dirt and grease are quickly removed with soap
and water. Whenever possible, the metal should be thoroughly
rinsed and dried after washing. To get rid of tightly adhering
deposits, use stainless steel polishing powder. In all cases,
rubbing should be in the direction of polishing lines.
Warning-Never use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes on
stainless steel. Always USB stainless steel wool or stainless
steel brushes.
2. DO NOT PERMIT SALTY SOLUTIONS TO EVAPORATE and
dry on stainless steel.
3. RUST-Sometimes the appearance of rust streaks on
stainless steel leads to the belief that the stainless steel is
rusting; Look for the source of the rust in some iron or steel
not actually a part of the stainless steel structure. A steel
nail or screw may cause the trouble.
NO TE-Strongly acidic or caustic cleaners may attack the
steel, causing a reddish film to appear. The use of these
cleaners should be avoided.
ENAMEL
Enameled fixtures may be cleaned with any commercial detergent. liquid or powdered, as long as it contains no abrasive
materials which will scratch the surface.
Enameled pedestal panels and shower columns can be coated
with a high grade automobile wax to protect their finish.
SHOWER HEAD CLEANING
If showerhead delivers an uneven spray. remove showerhead,
disassemble, and remove foreign matter.
Valve Leaks Around Handle
Showers furnished prior to October, 1962 used a packing ring
under the bonnet. Tightening the bonnet and/or replacing the
packing ring will eliminate the leak. Fixtures furnished since then
have "O-rings" instead of packing rings. Dirt may lodge around
"O~ring" causing leaks-clean or replace ring to stop leak.
Showerhead Angle
From September 8, 1958 to late 1972, the angle of the spray of
Bradley showerheads could be changed as much as 15° by loosening the lock nut and bending the copper supply tube to the
desired angle. This feature was discontinued due to the increasing popularity of ball joint assemblies which provide a much
wider range of adjustment.
SHOWER DRAIN CLEANING
Drain can be cleaned with plumbers snake inserted through hand
hole of column.
Shower Shrouds
Slip
S51.0~A
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Ring
-_
1""·Dlo.
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Prior to 1972
-_
6',-Dlo.
-Mulll Stall ShowersLoose Framework
1. Check grouting around outside standard, If standards are
loose, reqrcut where necessary.
2. Tighten radial brace nuts inside column cap.
3. Check proper engagement of pin lock assembly.
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to showerhead tip. Proper shroud part number will be entered on order and
proper size shroud will be shipped. Do not submit shroud length. This will be
determined at the factory.
po. Box 309, Menomonee Falls. WI 53051
02459·883
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