Troubleshooting guide | American Standard 2000.10X Indoor Furnishings User Manual

TM
Centerset Lavatory Faucet with
Speed Connect™ Drain
Installation
Instructions
2000.10X
2000.16X
Congratulations on purchasing your American Standard
faucet with Speed Connect drain, a feature found only on
American Standard faucets.
Certified to comply with ANSI A112.18.1
Speed Connect™ Drain*
M968760 Rev. 1.3 • Fewer parts, installs in less time
• Never needs adjustment
• Guaranteed to seal properly the first time, every time.
*Your new American Standard faucet is designed to work only with the Speed Connect drain. Heplful tips for
removing your current drain can be found in the Troubleshooting section of these instructions.
To ensure that your installation proceeds smoothly-please read these instructions carefully before you begin.
Recommended tools
Screwdriver
1
INSTALL FAUCET
CAUTION
Channel Locks
Adjustable Wrench
Turn off hot and cold water
supplies before beginning.
Seat SEAL (1) into under side of FAUCET BASE (2).
Feed FAUCET SUPPLIES (3), MOUNTING STUD (4) and DRAIN
CABLE ASSEMBLY (8) through ESCUTCHEON (9) (optional) and the
mounting hole of lavatory or mounting surface. Fig. A.
From below, push GASKET (7) and RETAINING WASHER (5) onto
MOUNTING STUD (4). Secure Faucet with MOUNTING NUT (6),
pulling faucet to front of sink, so SUPPLIES (3) rests against
mounting hole. Before final tightening, make sure collar on
MOUNTING NUT (6) is seated into RETAINING WASHER (5).
Fig.B.
Adjust Faucet so that it is centered. Tighten MOUNTING NUT (6)
to complete faucet mounting.
Fig. A.
2
GROOVE
(FAUCET
BASE)
4
1
3
9
Fig. B.
7
8
5
COLLAR ON
MOUNTING NUT
6
4
1
2
POP-UP DRAIN
Fig. A.
Remove CLEAR PLASTIC COVER (1).
Fig. B.
1
Remove CARDBOARD SPACER (2) from under
DRAIN POP-UP (3).
DRAIN
BODY
3
Tighten TAILPIECE (4) on DRAIN BODY before
installing DRAIN BODY. Fig. B.
2
3
REMOVE FLANGE
4
Fig. A.
Thread FLANGE (1) counter-clockwise and remove
FLANGE (1) and FOAM GASKET (2) from drain
body. Fig. A.
Fig. B.
1
Thread LOCKNUT (3) clock-wise to bottom of
drain body. Push GASKET (4) down against
LOCKNUT (3). Fig. B.
4
2
3
4
INSTALL DRAIN FROM
BELOW FIXTURE
From under side of SINK
install DRAIN BODY (1) up
through drain outlet.
Note: No plumber’s putty
or caulk is required.
The CABLE ATTACHMENT
POINT (2) must face towards
the rear of the SINK.
REAR
OF SINK
4
TIGHTEN LOCKNUT
Tighten LOCKNUT (1) firmly with Adjustable
Wrench or Channel Locks.
DRAIN
OUTLET
3
FLANGE GASKET AND POP-UP KNOB
1
1
Install FOAM GASKET (3) and
FLANGE (4) onto drain body
from above SINK and tighten
FLANGE (4) firmly.
6
5
2
Fig. A.
Fig. B.
Check DRAIN FLANGE in SINK to ensure that
WHITE FOAM GASKET (3) is fully compressed
and not visible. Fig. A.
POP-UP KNOB (1) must be fully down. Fig. B.
DOWN
1
WHITE FOAM
GASKET
NOT VISIBLE
DRAIN
FLANGE
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7
ATTACH CABLE CONNECTOR
Fig. A.
Fig. B.
Thread CABLE CONNECTOR (1) clockwise
onto DRAIN BODY CONNECTION (2) and
hand tighten. Fig. A.
1
Your new POP-UP DRAIN installation is
now complete. Fig. B.
Note: Tailpeice on pop-up drain is 1-1/4” O.D.
Fig. B.
2
1-1/4” O.D.
8
CHECK OPERATION OF POP-UP
1
Operate LIFT KNOB (1) to verify that STOPPER (2) opens and
closes.
Note: If STOPPER (2) does not open and close properly then
refer to the “troubleshooting section” of these instructions.
2
9
MAKE WATER SUPPLY AND WASTE CONNECTIONS
Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLIES (1, 2) directly to wall supplies.
Connection on fitting supplies are 3/8" compression. Connect
left SUPPLY (1) to Hot (Marked with a Red Band) and right supply
to COLD (2) wall supply.
Faucet supplies are 20" long from faucet base.
Note: If additional supply length is required, installer must
purchase additional parts separately.
Important: If SUPPLY HOSES (1, 2) are to long, loop as
illustrated to avoid kinking.
Connect 1-1/4” O.D. tailpiece on POP-UP DRAIN to
waste outlet.
APPROX. 20"
2
1
RED
BAND
BLUE
BAND
3/8" COMPRESSION
HOT
COLD
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TEST INSTALLED FITTING
With HANDLE (1) in OFF position, turn on WATER
SUPPLIES (2) and check all connections for leaks.
1
4
Remove AERATOR (3).
Operate HANDLE (1) to flush water lines thoroughly.
Replace AERATOR (3).
CHECK DRAIN CONNECTIONS
3
Operate POP-UP KNOB (4) and fill lavatory with water.
Check that DRAIN STOPPER (5) makes a good seal
and retains water in SINK. If DRAIN STOPPER (5)
does not seal properly, please refer to Troubleshooting
section in these instructions.
5
Release POP-UP KNOB (4) down and check all drain
connections and "P" trap for leaks.
Tighten
if necessary.
WASTE
OUTLET
2
“P” TRAP
2
11
SERVICE
IF FAUCET DRIPS
HOT LIMIT SAFETY STOP
By restricting handle rotation and limiting the amount of hot
water allowed to mix with the cold, the HOT LIMIT SAFETY
STOP reduces risk of accidental scalding. To set the maximum
hot water temperature of your faucets, all you need
to do is adjust the setting on the HOT LIMIT SAFETY STOP.
Remove necessary trim parts. Use a flat blade screwdriver or
pull forward with your fingers to rotate red HOT LIMIT SAFETY
STOP. Follow Step "A" or "B" to adjust max./min. discharge
temperature. "0" being the hottest to "7" the coldest
temperature setting.
If faucet drips, operate handle several times from
"off" to "on". Do not apply excessive force.
Clogged CARTRIDGE inlets may cause reduced flow
in "full on" hot or cold. To clean inlets, first turn off
water supply, then:
Remove HANDLE (1), CAP (2), SCREWS (3) and
CARTRIDGE (4). Clean inlets and MANIFOLD (5).
Reassemble CARTRIDGE (4), alternately tightening
SCREWS (3). Replace CAP (2) and HANDLE (1).
Check flow.
"A"
ADJUSTMENT WHEN
WATER IS TOO HOT
"A"
POINTER ON
PRY RED RING FORWARD
HOT LIMIT STOP
AND ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE ONE CLICK
"B"
ADJUSTMENT WHEN
WATER IS TOO COLD
1
3
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
12
6
"B"
PRY RED RING FORWARD
AND ROTATE CLOCKWISE
5
4
RED RING HOT
LIMIT SAFETY
STOP
CARE INSTRUCTIONS:
DO: SIMPLY RINSE THE PRODUCT CLEAN WITH CLEAR WATER. DRY WITH A SOFT COTTON FLANNEL CLOTH.
DO NOT: DO NOT CLEAN THE PRODUCT WITH SOAPS, ACID, POLISH, ABRASIVES, HARSH CLEANERS, OR A
CLOTH WITH A COARSE SURFACE.
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Speed Connect™ Drain
Troubleshooting Guide
If sink does not hold water even though Stopper is in the “down” position:
• Follow CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE.
If Stopper does not raise up fully or sink drains too slowly:
• Follow CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE.
If you need to remove the Stopper:
• Follow STOPPER REMOVAL PROCEDURE.
If you would like the ability to remove your Stopper simply by lifting it out of the drain:
• Follow STOPPER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE for “Unlocked” mode.
CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Disconnect the Cable from the Drain by threading the Cable Connector (1) counter-clockwise. Fig. A.
Look at the area on the Drain Body where the Cable was attached and locate the component labeled as
“Cam” in the illustration. Fig. B.
Use a small screwdriver to rotate the Cam in the clockwise direction as far as it will go. At this point the
Stopper should be in the UP position. Fig. B, C.
Push DOWN on the Lift-Knob to make sure it is fully down. Fig. C.
Re-attach the Cable to the Drain Body Connection (2) by threading the Cable Connector (1) clockwise onto the
Drain Body Connection (2) and hand-tighten. Fig. A.
Fig. A.
Fig. B. Fig. C.
DOWN
CAM
1
1
RE-ATTACH
CAM CAP
STOPPER
DISCONNECT
2
STOPPER REMOVAL PROCEDURE
Disconnect the Cable from the Drain by threading the Cable Connector (1) counter-clockwise. Fig. A.
Look at the area on the Drain Body where the Cable was attached and locate the component labeled
as “Cam” and “Cam Cap” in the illustration. Fig. B.
Use fingers or small screwdriver under either side of the Cam Cap to pry it out from the Drain. Fig. D.
Remove the Cam by pulling it straight out while wiggling gently to loosen the Rubber Seal. Fig. E.
The Stopper can now be removed by lifting it out of the Drain. Fig. F.
Fig. D.
Fig. E.
REMOVE
CAM
Fig. F.
REMOVE
CAM CAP
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STOPPER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
The Stopper can be installed two ways, “Locked” Mode (Stopper cannot be
removed) or “Unlock” Mode (Stopper is removable).
Locked Mode:
Look at the Plastic Loop at the bottom of the Stopper and notice
that the Loop is on one side of the Stopper. Fig. G.
To install the stopper in “Locked” mode, insert the Stopper into
the Drain so that the Plastic Loop is facing toward the rear of the
Sink and the American Standard logo is facing front. Rotate
Stopper slightly if necessary so that the Stopper slides all the
way down.Fig. G.
Fig. G.
LOGO
Re-install the Cam into the Drain, rotating the Cam if necessary
to make sure it is fully inserted. Fig. J.
LOOP TOWARD
REAR OF SINK
Re-install the Cam Cap, making sure the guide teeth are facing
outward. If the Cam Cap does not “snap” into place, then rotate
the Cam to make sure it is fully inserted. Fig. K.
DRAIN
Locked Mode
(Vandal Proof)
Re-attach Cable. See “CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE” in
Troubling Shooting Guide to complete installation. Stopper will be
in “Locked” mode and not be removable.
Unlocked Mode:
Fig. H.
Look at the Plastic Loop at the bottom of the Stopper and notice
that the Loop is on one side of the Stopper. Fig. H.
LOGO
To install the stopper in “Unlocked” mode, insert the Stopper into
the Drain so that the Plastic Loop is facing toward the front of the
Sink and the American Standard logo is facing rear. Rotate Stopper
slightly if necessary so that the Stopper slides all the way down.
Fig. H.
180˚
Re-install the Cam into the Drain, rotating the Cam if necessary
to make sure it is fully inserted. Fig. J.
LOOP TOWARD
FRONT OF SINK
Re-install the Cam Cap, making sure the guide teeth are facing
outward. If the Cam Cap does not “snap” into place, then rotate
the Cam to make sure it is fully inserted. Fig. K.
DRAIN
Unlocked Mode
Re-attach Cable. See “CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE” in
“Troublingshooting Guide” to complete installation. Stopper will be
in “Unlocked” mode and removable.
Fig. J.
CAM
INSTALL CAM
Fig. K.
INSTALL
CAM CAP
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