Troubleshooting guide | American Standard 2262 Indoor Furnishings User Manual

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
™
2000
For Two-Piece Toilets with
Ellisse 2184
Infinity 2316/2319
Cascada 2321/2323
Repertoire 2266/2280
Heritage 2176
Antiquity 2262/2264
Cadet 2798/2898
Reminiscence 2311
Cadet Specifier 2783/2883
Thank you for selecting American Standard - the benchmark of fine quality for over 100 years. To ensure this product
is installed properly, please read these instructions carefully before you begin. (Certain installations may require
professional help.) Also be sure your installation conforms to local codes.
! CAUTION: PRODUCT IS FRAGILE. TO AVOID BREAKAGE AND POSSIBLE INJURY HANDLE WITH CARE!
NOTE: Pictures may not exactly define contour of china and components.
Regular Screwdriver
Wax Ring/Gasket
Adjustable Wrench
Flexible Supply Tube
Sealant
Closet Bolts
Tape Measure
Carpenters Level
1 REMOVE OLD TOILET
a.
b.
c.
d.
2
Close toilet supply valve and flush tank completely. Towel or sponge remaining water from tank and bowl.
Disconnect and remove supply line. NOTE: If replacing valve, first shut off main water supply!
Remove old mounting hardware, remove toilet and plug floor waste opening to prevent escaping sewer gases.
Remove closet bolts from flange and clean away old wax, putty, etc. from base area.
NOTE: Mounting surface must be clean and level before new toilet is installed!
ROUGHING-IN DIMENSIONS:
NOTE: Distance from wall to closet flange centerline must
be as listed below:
For 4110 Tanks: A = 254mm (10")
FINISHED WALL
For 4114 Tanks: A = 356mm (14")
For all other Tanks: A = 305mm (12")
3
CLOSET FLANGE
F U T U R E
Putty Knife
Hacksaw
U S E
RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND MATERIALS
CLOSET BOLTS
SUPPLY
AS
REQ'D.
INSTALL CLOSET BOLTS
Install closet bolts in flange channel, turn 90°, and slide
into place 6" (152 mm) apart and parallel to wall.
FINISHED
FLOOR
A
4
5
SEALANT
WAX RING
NUT
TAPERED
WASHER
CLOSET
BOLT
FLANGE
INSTALL WAX SEAL
Invert toilet on floor (cushion to prevent damage), and
install wax ring evenly around waste flange (horn), with
tapered end of ring facing toilet. Apply a thin bead of
sealant around toilet base.
POSITION TOILET ON FLANGE
a. Unplug floor waste opening and install toilet on closet flange so bolts project
through mounting holes.
b. Loosely install retainer washers and nuts. Side of washers marked "THIS
SIDE UP" must face up!
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6
7a
7b
For Tanks/Bowls using Speed
Connect System (Tank
mounting bolts pre-installed).
For all other Tanks/Bowls
RUBBER
WASHER
RUBBER
GASKET
TANK MTG.
BOLTS PREINSTALLED
RUBBER
GASKET
TANK MTG.
BOLTS
BOLT CAP
CLOSET FLANGE
CLOSET BOLT
WASHER
NUT
INSTALL TOILET
a.
Position toilet squarely to wall and, with a rocking
motion, press bowl down fully on wax ring and flange.
Alternately tighten nuts until toilet is firmly seated on
floor.
! CAUTION:
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NUTS
OR BASE MAY BE DAMAGED!
b.
c.
8
Install caps on washers. (If necessary, cut bolt height
to size before installing caps.)
Smooth off the bead of sealant around base. Remove
excess sealant.
WASHER
WASHER
NUT
NUT
INSTALL TANK
a. Install large rubber gasket over
threaded outlet on bottom of tank
and lower tank onto bowl so that
tapered end of gasket fits evenly into
bowl water inlet opening, and tank
mounting bolts go through mounting
holes. Secure with metal washers
and nuts.
b. With tank parallel to wall, alternately
tighten nuts until tank is snugged
down evenly against bowl surface.
! CAUTION:
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NUTS MORE
THAN REQUIRED FOR A SNUG FIT!
INSTALL TANK
a. Install large rubber gasket over
threaded outlet on bottom of tank
and lower tank onto bowl so that
tapered end of gasket fits evenly into
bowl water inlet opening.
b. Insert tank mounting bolts and
rubber washers from inside tank,
through mounting holes, and secure
with metal washers and nuts.
c. With tank parallel to wall, alternately
tighten nuts until tank is snugged
down evenly against bowl surface.
! CAUTION:
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NUTS MORE
THAN REQUIRED FOR A SNUG FIT!
INSTALL TOILET SEAT Install toilet seat in accordance with manufacturer's directions.
9
TANK
10
CONNECT WATER SUPPLY
OVERFLOW TUBE
TRIP LEVER
WATER INLET
a.
WASHER
COUPLING NUT
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY
Connect water supply line between
shutoff valve and tank water
inlet fitting. Tighten coupling nuts
securely. Check that refill tube is
inserted into overflow tube.
REFILL TUBE
Fig. 10A
WATER CONTROL
ASSEMBLY
VALVE NUT
b.
COMPRESSION
COLLAR
c.
TRIM
PLATE
Turn on supply valve and allow
tank to fill until water rises to
shutoff position.
WATER LINE LEVEL
FLAPPER
ASSEMBLY
Check for leakage at fittings,
tighten or correct as needed.
FLUSH VALVE
FLOAT
VALVE
WATER INLET
FLUSH VALVE
ADJUSTMENTS
a.
Adjust water level. Water level should be
adjusted to level indicated on tank by
adjusting valve height.
See Step 11 for valve height adjustment
method
b.
If bowl fails to siphon, an adjustment may be
required with the lift chain. Simply remove the
bead chain from the retainment clip (see Fig.
10A) and take up slack on the chain, and
reinsert on lift rod. Make sure the chain is not
too taught.
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TOILET REQUIRES THAT THE TANK
REFILLS IN NO LESS THAN ONE MINUTE.
ADJUST WATER SUPPLY VALVE (FIG. 9)
ACCORDINGLY.
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11
RELEASE
LOCK
E
X
T
E
N
D
13
12
ADJUST VALVE HEIGHT
To change water level, shut off
water supply valve, flush toilet,
twist valve body clockwise to
release lock and extend shank
accordingly.
Before turning water on, confirm valve is in
locked position when valve is parallel to back
of toilet tank.
LOCKED
SHANK
UNLOCKED
CARE AND CLEANING
When cleaning your toilet, wash it with mild, soapy water, rinse thoroughly with clear water and dry with a soft cloth. Avoid
detergents, disinfectants, or cleaning products in aerosol cans. NEVER use abrasive scouring powders or abrasive pads
on your toilet seat. Some bathroom chemicals and cosmetics may damage the seat's finish.
! WARNING: Do not use in-tank cleaners. Products containing chlorine (calcium hypochlorite) can seriously damage fittings
in the tank. This damage can cause leakage and property damage.
American Standard shall not be responsible or liable for any tank fitting damage caused by the use of cleaners
containing chlorine (calcium hypochlorite).
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4112/4114 CADET
4095 REPERTOIRE
4094 ANTIQUITY
4110 CADET
DESCRIPTION
TRIP LEVER
TRIP LEVER
TRIP LEVER
TRIP LEVER
RIGHT HAND TRIP LEVER
RIGHT HAND TRIP LEVER
RIGHT HAND TRIP LEVER
BOLT CAP KIT (INCL TWO COVERS & WASHERS)
BOLT CAP KIT (INCL TWO COVERS & WASHERS)
SMART VALVE 2000
FLUSH VALVE
FLUSH VALVE
COUPLING KIT, BOWL-TO-TANK
COUPLING KIT, BOWL-TO-TANK
COUPLING KIT, BOWL-TO-TANK
COUPLING KIT, BOWL-TO-TANK
FLAPPER ASSEMBLY
FLAPPER ASSEMBLY
FLAPPER ASSEMBLY
FLAPPER ASSEMBLY
4074 HERITAGE
PART NO.
047242-XXX0A
047192-XXX0A
730283-XXX0A
730288-XXX0A
738172-XXX0A
738170-XXX0A
738171-XXX0A
034783-XXX0A
047227-XXX0A
3198.000
738181-0070A
738138-0070A
047141-0070A
047188-0070A
047158-0070A
730172-0070A
738258-0070A
738159-0070A
738397-0070A
738407-0070A
4057 CASCADA
NOTE: "XXX" represents color or trim finish options. Specify when ordering.
4065 INFINITY
Repair parts are determined by toilet tank number which can be found
marked inside tank.
4075 ELLISSE
REPAIR PARTS LIST
4111 REMINISCENCE
TANK NUMBER
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Does not flush
Poor or
sluggish flush
Toilet leaks
Toilet does not
shut off
Fig. 12
CORRECTIVE ACTION
a.
Water supply valve closed.
a.
Open valve and allow water to fill tank.
b.
Supply line blocked.
b.
Shut off water supply, disconnect supply line, and inspect
all gaskets and washers. Reassemble.
c.
Flush valve chain too loose or
disconnected.
c.
Readjust chain length as required.
d.
Sand or debris lodged in
water control.
d.
Shut off water supply. Remove cap and clean per Fig. 12.
a.
Bowl water level too low.
a.
Check that refill tube is connected to water control and
inserted into tank overflow without being kinked or damaged.
b.
Supply valve partly closed.
b.
Open supply valve fully. Be sure that proper supply tube
size is used.
c.
Partially clogged trapway and/or
drain pipe and/or vent.
c.
Remove obstruction. Consult a plumber if necessary.
d.
Supply pressure too low.
d.
Normal supply pressure must be at least 20 psi.
a.
Poor supply line connection.
a.
Review Step 9 of installation procedure.
b.
Poor bowl to tank/floor connection.
b.
Review Step 4 through 7 of installation procedure.
a.
Flush valve chain too tight, holding
flush valve open.
a.
Readjust chain length as needed.
b.
Flush valve seat and/or flapper worn
or deformed.
b.
Replace flapper/flush valve assembly, as needed.
c.
Sand or debris lodged in water control.
c.
Shut off water supply. Remove cap and clean per Fig. 12.
REMOVE
Turn off water SUPPLY
VALVE and flush toilet.
Remove VALVE TOP CAP
turning counterclockwise
while holding valve body.
VALVE
TOP CAP
Rinse with water.
RUBBER
SEAL
Replace VALVE TOP
CAP by hand tightening
in clockwise direction
while holding valve body.
Do not over tighten.
VALVE
TOP
CAP
TIGHTEN
Confirm Smart Valve
is in locked position
before turning on
water supply.
Inspect RUBBER SEAL
and remove debris.
Replacement RUBBER
SEAL model number
8298.000B is available.
Check operation
of toilet.
AMERICAN-STANDARD ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
If inspection of this American-Standard plumbing product, within one year after its initial purchase, confirms that it is defective in materials or workmanship, American-Standard
will repair or, at its option, exchange the product for a similar model.
This warranty does not apply to local building code compliance. Since local building codes vary considerably, the purchaser of this product should check with a local building
or plumbing contractor to insure local code compliance before installation.
This warranty shall be void if the product has been moved from its initial place of installation; if it has been subjected to faulty maintenance, abuse, misuse, accident or other
damage; if it was not installed in accordance with American-Standard's instructions; or if it has been modified in a manner inconsistent with the product as shipped by AmericanStandard.
American-Standard's option to repair or exchange the product under this warranty does not cover any labor or other costs of removal or installation, nor shall AmericanStandard be responsible for any other incidental or consequential damages attributable to a product defect or to the repair or exchange of a defective product, all of
which are expressly excluded from this warranty. (Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties, so this exclusion may not apply to
you.)
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other statutory rights that vary from state to state or from province to province, in which case this warranty does not
affect such statutory rights.
For service under this warranty, it is suggested that a claim be made through the contractor or dealer from or through whom the product was purchased, or that a service request
(including a description of the product model and of the defect) be sent to the following address:
In the United States:
American Standard Inc.,
P.O. Box 6820
Piscataway, New Jersey 08855
Attention: Director of Consumer Affairs
For residents of the United States, warranty information may also be
obtained by calling the following toll free number: (800) 223-0068
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In Canada:
American-Standard,
1401 Dupont Street,
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M6H 2B1
Toll Free: (800) 387-0369
Toronto Area: (416) 536-5609
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In Mexico:
Customer Service Manager
Ideal Standard, S.A. de C.V.
Via Morelos #330
Col. Santa Clara
Ecatepec 55540 Edo. Mexico
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