American Standard 2422LA Hot Tub User Manual

INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR
LIFETIME™ / EVOLUTION™
WHIRLPOOLS AND BATHTUBS
MODEL 2422L / LA / V / VA
5' x 32"
MODEL 6060L / V
CORNER
MODEL 2771L / LA / V / VA
5' x 36"
MODEL 2645L / LA / V / VA
OVAL
MODEL 7236L / LA / V / VA
6' x 36"
MODEL 2425L / V - LHO
5' x 32" IA-LHO
MODEL 2425L / V - RHO
5' x 32" IA-RHO
MODEL 2901L
SAVONA
MODEL 2908L / LA
REMINISCENCE
MODEL 2711L
ELLISSE
MODEL 2773L
CADET 6' x 36"
MODEL 2774L / LA
CADET 6' x 42"
MODEL 2775L
CADET CORNER
MODEL 2805L
5' x 42"
THANK YOU...
for selecting an American Standard bath. Your new bath is shipped to you after careful inspection. The
whirlpool version is completely assembled with pump, motor, and system piping. All you need to finish the
whirlpool installation are your selected fittings and electrical connections.
To insure maximum performance and pleasure from this product, please follow the instructions and cautions.
FOR AFTER-SALES SERVICE CALL 1 (00) -10 WEEKDAYS.
© AS Americas Inc. 00
All product names listed herein are trademarks
of AS Americas Inc. unless otherwise noted.
753737-100 Rev. C
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Safety Instructions............................................................................Page 3
General Information..........................................................................Page Optional Components.......................................................................Page Specifications....................................................................................Page 5
Roughing-in Reference.....................................................................Page -
Framing and Support Instructions.....................................................Page Mounting Instructions........................................................................Page 10
Electrical Connections.......................................................................Page 11
00L/V Corner EZ-Install Heater.....................................................Page 1
Drain Connection and System Test...................................................Page 13
Care and Cleaning.............................................................................Page 13
Warranty............................................................................................Page 1
753737-100 Rev. C
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO
A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK
OR INJURY TO PERSONS
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
!
WARNING: Risk of personal injury. Do not permit children to use this unit without adult supervision.
!
WARNING: Risk of personal injury. Do not operate this unit without the guard over the suction fitting.
!
WARNING: Risk of electric shock. Do not permit electrical appliances (hair dryer, telephone, radio, etc.) within
0 inches (15mm) of this unit.
!
WARNING: Risk of hyperthermia and possible drowning. People using medications and/or having adverse
medical history should consult a physician before using this product.
!
WARNING: Risk of personal injury. Do not overfill unit before entering. Entering tub when filled more than /3
can cause overflow and slippery conditions. Exercise caution when entering and exiting.
!
WARNING: No Food or Alcoholic Beverages. Use of your bathtub immediately after meals is not
recommended. Avoid alcohol consumption before or during bathing. Alcoholic beverages can cause drowsiness or
hyperthermia resulting in loss of consciousness or even drowning.
!
WARNING: Pregnancy. If you are or think you may be pregnant, consult your physician before using the bathtub.
Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
Use this unit only for its intended use as described in this manual. Do not use any attachments not recommended by
American Standard.
The unit must be connected only to a supply circuit that is properly protected by a ground-fault circuit-interrupter
(GFCI). Such a GFCI should be provided by the installer and should be tested on a routine basis. To test the GFCI,
push the test button. The GFCI should interrupt power. Push the reset button. Power should be restored. If the GFCI
fails to operate in this manner, the GFCI is defective. If the GFCI interrupts power to the bathtub without the test button
being pushed, a ground current is flowing, indicating the possibility of an electric shock. Do not use this hydromassage
bathtub. Disconnect the hydromassage bathtub and have the problem corrected by a licensed electrician before using.
A pressure wire connector is provided on the exterior of the motor unit to permit connection of a no. AWG solid
copper bonding conductor between this unit and all other electrical equipment and exposed metal in the vicinity, as
needed to comply with local requirements. To reduce the risk of an electric shock, connect this connector the
grounding terminal of your electric service or supply panel with a conductor equivalent in size to the circuit conductors
supplying this unit.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
753737-100 Rev. C
General Installation Information
Carefully uncrate and inspect your new bath for any shipping damage. If such damage is found, report it to your
vendor immediately. After inspection and during installation, protect the bath from construction damage. Before
installation, and before enclosing with wallboard, tile, etc., the bath must be filled with water and operated to
check for leaks that may have resulted from shipping damage or mishandling! Do not make modifications to
the whirlpool system or remove pump from factory mounting. This could adversely affect the safety and performance
of the whirlpool and void the warranty. Do not handle or move the whirlpool by the pump, motor, or piping system.
Fittings (bath filler, shower arm, etc.) are not provided with the bath and must be ordered separately. Framing and
enclosing materials are provided by others.
For electrical requirements, refer to section titled “Whirlpool Electrical Installation Instructions”.
Check for availability of optional American Standard wall tiling bead (required for recess installation).
Protect all finished surfaces of the whirlpool during construction and installation using a drop cloth.
!
WARNING: Do not lift whirlpool by the piping harness at any time.
List of Required Tools and Supplies:
Tools
• Level
• Tape Measure
• Pipe Wrench
• Slip Joint Pliers
• Screw Driver
• Standard Woodworking Tools
• Personal Safety Equipment
• Caulking Gun
Supplies
• Nails
• Putty
• Caulking (waterproof)
• 1 x Stringers
• Drop Cloth
• Cement, Plaster, Grout
LIST OF OPTIONAL COMPONENTS (NOT INCLUDED):
Required Components
(Not Included)
Optional Components
(Not Included)
Description
Model
Number
E-Z
Install
Heater
Lifetime™/Evolution™ Corner
00
Lifetime™/Evolution™ 5' x 3"
X
Lifetime™/Evolution™ 5' x 3"
771
Lifetime™/Evolution™ ' x 3"
Apron
Kit
INCLUDED 0707.00
Tile
Bead
Kit
Drain •
(White)
Drain •
(Specify
Finish)
Bath
Filler •
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
1.01
X
15.500.00* 15.05.XXX*
X
X
1.01
X
15.500.00* 15.05.XXX*
X
73
X
71.01
X
15.500.00* 15.05.XXX*
X
Lifetime™/Evolution™ 5' x 3" IA
5
X
INTEGRAL
15.500.00* 15.05.XXX*
X
Lifetime™/Evolution™ Oval
5
X
.01
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
Lifetime™ Savona
01
X
Lifetime™ Reminiscence
0
X
Lifetime™ Ellisse
711
X
NOT
AVAILABLE
NOT
AVAILABLE
NOT
AVAILABLE
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
Lifetime™ Cadet ' x 3"
773
X
7.01
Lifetime™ Cadet ' x "
77
X
7.01
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
X
15.500.00 153.70.XXX
X
X
153.70.00 153.70.XXX
X
Lifetime™ Cadet Corner
775
X
NOT
AVAILABLE
Lifetime™ 5' x "
05
X
10.00
• For these components please see your Vendor.
* These models require American Standard Lifetime™ Drain 15.05 or 15.500
753737-100 Rev. C
SPECIFICATIONS:
L
W
J
H
SIDE VIEW
C
A
END VIEW
B
DRAIN / OVERFLOW
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR LIFETIME / EVOLUTION WHIRLPOOLS AND BATH TUBS
Description
00L / V
Corner*
Dimensions
L-W-H
Drain /
Overflow
L 1mm (7-3/") A 1"
W 11mm (5-3/") (57 mm)
H 5mm (1-1/") B 13-3/"
(3 mm)
L / LA /
V / VA
5' x 3"
L 15mm (0")
W 13mm (3")
H 5mm (1-1/")
A 0-1/"
(511 mm)
B 11"
(7 mm)
771L / LA /
V / VA
5' x 3"
L 15mm (0")
W 1mm (3")
H 5mm (1-1/")
A 0-1/"
(511 mm)
B 11"
(7 mm)
73L / LA /
V / VA
' x 3"
L 1mm (7")
W 1mm (3")
H 5mm (1-1/")
A 0-1/"
(511 mm)
B 11"
(7 mm)
5L / V
5' x 3”
IA-LHO /
IA-RHO
L 15mm (0")
W 13mm (3")
H 51mm (0-1/")
A 1-1/"
(5 mm)
B 10-1/"
( mm)
5L / LA /
V / VA
Oval
L 17mm (")
W 1mm (3")
H 50mm (1-3/")
A 15-1/"
(37 mm)
B -1/"
(0 mm)
L 1mm(7")
W 111mm(")
H 55mm(")
A 1-1/"
(13 mm)
B -1/"
(15 mm)
01L
Savona
L 17mm (")
0L / LA
Reminiscence W 1mm (3")
H 1mm (-1/")
A 15-1/"
(3 mm)
B "
(15 mm)
L 1mm (7")
W 11mm (")
H 5mm (1-1/")
A 17-3/"
(1 mm)
B "
(10 mm)
L 1mm (7")
773L
Cadet ' x 3" W 1mm (3")
H 50mm (1-3/")
A 17"
(3 mm)
B 1"
(305 mm)
L 1mm (7")
77L / LA
Cadet ' x " W 107mm (")
H 50mm (1-3/")
A 1-1/"
(13 mm)
B -1/"
(15 mm)
L 15mm (5")
775L
Cadet Corner W 15mm (0")
H 50mm (1-3/")
A 1-1/"
(1 mm)
B -1/"
(15 mm)
L 15mm (0")
W 107mm (")
H 5mm (1-1/")
A 1-1/"
(13 mm)
B -1/"
(15 mm)
711L
Ellisse
05L
5' x "
Height to
Underside
of Deck: C
Cut Out
Pier
GxF
C 1-1/"
(5 mm)
Template
provided
C 0"
(50 mm)
Tub Edge to
Centerline
Overflow: J
Weight with
Water / Floor
Loading
Template
7510-100
130mm
(5-5/)
lb. (37 kg)/
(117 kg/sq.m)
5 lb./sq.ft.
10 lb.
( kg.)
Optional
Included
gal.
(35 l.)
71 gal.
( l.)
5-1/"
(15 mm)
x 30-1/"
(77 mm)
0-3/1"
(15 mm)
x 30-1/"
(77 mm)
3mm
(3-1/)
0 lb. (313 kg)/
(0 kg/sq.m)
53 lb./sq.ft.
7 lb.
(3 kg.)
Optional
Optional
7 gal.
(0 l.)
33 gal.
(15 l.)
C 0"
(50 mm)
5-1/"
(15 mm)
x 3-1/"
(7 mm)
0-3/1"
(15 mm)
x 3-1/"
(7 mm)
3mm
(3-1/)
00 lb. (33 kg)/
(0 kg/sq.m)
53 lb./sq.ft.
75 lb.
(3 kg.)
Optional
Optional
7 gal.
(3 l.)
50 gal.
(1 l.)
C 0"
(50 mm)
70-1/"
(170 mm)
x 3-1/"
(7 mm)
7-3/1"
(133 mm)
x 3-1/"
(7 mm)
3mm
(3-1/)
1031 lb. (7 kg)/ 10 lb.
(0 kg/sq.m)
( kg.)
57 lb./sq.ft.
Optional
Optional
111 gal.
(0 l.)
53 gal.
(01 l.)
0-3/1"
(15 mm)
x 30-1/"
(77 mm)
73mm
(-7/)
75 lb. (30 kg)/
( kg/sq.m)
5 lb./sq.ft.
lb.
( kg.)
Included
Optional
70 gal.
(5 l.)
3 gal.
(1 l.)
C 0-1/"
(515 mm)
N/D
Rough-In
Recess
ExD
Product Apron / Heater Ready Gallon to
Weight Mounting
for Field
Overflow
Installation
Whirlpool
Operating
Volume
C 1-1/"
( mm)
"
(15 mm)
x 3"
(3 mm)
-3/1"
(11 mm)
x 3-1/"
(7 mm)
mm
(1-3/)
50 lb. (3 kg)/
(175 kg/sq.m)
3 lb./pies
cuadrados
lb.
( kg.)
Optional
Optional
5 gal.
(1 l.)
gal.
(15 l.)
C 0"
(50 mm)
-3/"
(177 mm)
x "
(107 mm)
7-3/1"
(133 mm)
x -1/"
(100 mm)
10mm
(5-1/)
3 lb. (1 kg)/
(11 kg/sq.m)
3 lb./sq.ft.
15 lb.
( kg.)
Optional
Optional
gal.
(35 l.)
gal.
(3 l.)
Template
provided
AS
DESIRED
15mm
()
5 lb. ( kg)/
(11 kg/sq.m)
0 lb./sq.ft.
5 lb.
(3 kg.)
Optional
gal.
(57 l.)
55 gal.
(0 l.)
C 1-1/"
(5 mm)
70-1/"
(171 mm)
x -1/"
(111 mm)
7-3/1"
(133 mm)
x "
(11 mm)
10mm
()
5 lb. (3 kg)/
(15 kg/sq.m)
0 lb./sq.ft.
1 lb.
(7 kg.)
Optional
5 gal.
(30 l.)
7 gal.
(0 l.)
C 1-1/"
( mm)
70-1/"
(171 mm)
x 3-1/"
(70 mm)
7-3/1"
(133 mm)
x 3"
(1 mm)
57mm
(-1/)
751 lb. (31 kg)/
(10 kg/sq.m)
0 lb./sq.ft.
101 lb.
(5 kg.)
Optional
Optional
7 gal.
( l.)
gal.
(3 l.)
C 1-1/"
( mm)
70-1/"
(171 mm)
x 0-1/"
(1537 mm)
7-3/1"
(133 mm)
x "
(107 mm)
57mm
(-1/)
1 lb. (37 kg)/
(03 kg/sq.m)
lb./sq.ft.
137 lb.
( kg.)
Optional
Optional
gal.
(310 l.)
gal.
(5 l.)
7mm
(11)
75 lb. (33 kg)/
(115 kg/sq.m)
3 lb./sq.ft.
130 lb.
(5 kg.)
Optional
75 gal.
( l.)
0 gal.
(7 l.)
15mm
()
lb. (310 kg)/
(11 kg/sq.m)
3 lb./sq.ft.
130 lb.
(5 kg.)
Optional
gal.
(3 l.)
5 gal.
(17 l.)
C 1-1/"
( mm)
C 1-1/"
( mm)
C 1-1/"
(5 mm)
Template
provided
5-1/"
(1 mm)
x 0-1/"
(10 mm)
0-3/1"
(15 mm)
x "
(107 mm)
Optional
TABLE 1
753737-100 Rev. C
ROUGHING-IN REFERENCES
6' x 36" (MODEL 7236L / LA / V / VA)
5' x 32" (MODEL 2422L / LA / V / VA)
7"
(1mm)
0"
(15mm)
13-3/"
(3mm)
3"
(7mm)
3"
(13mm)
"
(15mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
3"
(7mm)
3-1/"
(3mm)
13-3/"
(3mm)
7-3/"
(17mm)
3"
(1mm)
"
(15mm)
7-3/"
(17mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
11"
(7mm)
3-1/"
(3mm)
5' x 36" (MODEL 2771L / LA / V / VA)
0"
(15mm)
11"
(7mm)
OVAL (MODEL 2645L / LA / V / VA)
11"
(7mm)
"
(17mm)
11-1/"
(mm)
3-1/"
(3mm)
1-3/"
(mm)
1"
(57mm)
"
(15mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
3"
(7mm)
"
(15mm)
3"
(1mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
3"
(1mm)
7-1/"
(11mm)
13-3/"
(3mm)
3"
(7mm)
5-3/"
(137mm)
5' x 32" IA-LHO (MODEL 2425L/V-LHO) - shown
5' x 32" IA-RHO (MODEL 2425L/V-RHO)
0"
(15mm)
3"
(7mm)
10-1/"
(7mm)
7-1/"
(11mm)
-7/"
(73mm)
1"
(0mm)
"
(15mm)
3"
(13mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
13-1/"
(33mm)
DIMENSIONS OF FIXTURES ARE NOMINAL AND MAY VARY WITHIN THE RANGE
OF TOLERANCES ESTABLISHED BY ANSI STANDARDS Z1.1 AND A11.1.7.
753737-100 Rev. C
-1/"
(10mm)
ROUGHING-IN REFERENCES
CORNER (MODEL 6060L / V)
SAVONA (MODEL 2901L)
76-3/4"
(1949mm)
72"
(1829mm)
54-1/2"
(1384mm)
65-3/8"
(1661mm)
44"
(1118mm)
11-1/2"
(292mm)
15"
(381mm)
5-5/8"
(143mm)
17-3/4"
7"
(451mm)
(178mm)
7" (178mm)
3"
(76mm)
6"
(152mm)
8"
(203mm)
3"
(76mm)
10"
(254mm)
12"
(305mm)
5-1/2"
(140mm)
13-3/4" (349mm)
CUT OUT
IN FLOOR FOR DRAIN
● RECOMMENDED FITTING LOCATION
64 X 279mm (2-1/2 X 11)
CADET CORNER (MODEL 2775L)
m
m
2 4 0 ")
5
6
1 (
1080mm
(42-1/2")
229 X 305mm
(9" X 12")
CUTOUT IN
FLOOR FOR
DRAIN
1076mm
(42-3/8")
1524mm
(60")
165mm
(6-1/2)
70mm REF.
(2-3/4)
RECOMMENDED
FITTING
LOCATION
64 X 330mm
(2-1/2 X 13")
PUMP
OUTLINE OF
CUTOUT
1080 mm
(42-1/2")
C/L
2159mm
(85")
PROVIDE ACCESS TO
PUMP FOR
SERVICING ON ALL
INSTALLATIONS
279mm
(11")
C/L OF DRAIN OUTLET
5X42 (MODEL 2805L)
ELLISSE (MODEL 2711L)
1524mm
(60")
1829mm
(72")
(36-1/2")
927mm
OUTLINE OF CUTOUT
1791 X 1181
(70-1/2" X 46-1/2")
102mm
(4")
762mm
(30")
305mm
(12")
305mm
(12")
229mm x 356mm
(9" x 14") FLOOR
CUTOUT
152mm
(6")
C/L OF
DRAIN
C/L OF
DRAIN
1219mm
(48")
INTEGRAL
FITTING DECK
PUMP
178mm x 381mm
(7" x 15")
FLOOR
CUTOUT
PUMP
1067mm
(42")
19mm
(3/4")
RECOMMENDED
GRAB BAR
FITTING LOCATION
FITTING AREA
64 X 279mm (2-1/2" X 11")
OPTIONAL DECK
FITTING AREA
OUTLINE OF CUTOUT
1486mm x 1029mm
(58-1/2" x 40-1/2")
PROVIDE ACCESS TO
PUMP FOR SERVICE
ON ALL INSTALLATIONS
PROVIDE ACCESS
TO PUMP FOR
SERVICE ON ALL
INSTALLATIONS
DIMENSIONS OF FIXTURES ARE NOMINAL AND MAY VARY WITHIN THE RANGE
OF TOLERANCES ESTABLISHED BY ANSI STANDARDS Z124.1 AND A112.19.7.
753737-100 Rev. C
ROUGHING-IN REFERENCES
REMINISCENCE (MODEL 2908L / LA)
CADET 6 x 42 (MODEL 2774L / LA)
17mm
(")
330mm
(13")
PROVIDE ACCESS TO PUMP FOR SERVICING ON ALL INSTALLATIONS
PUMP
1mm
(3")
57mm
(1)
INTEGRAL
FITTING
DECK
mm
()
x 305mm
( X 1)
FLOOR
CUTOUT
FINISHED
WALL
mm REF.
(-1/)
C/L OF DRAIN
OUTLET
RECOMMENDED FITTING LOCATION
X 330mm (-1/ x 13")
FOR PIER OR ISLAND
INSTALLATIONS ONLY
1 mm
(3/)
mm
()
107mm
()
15mm
()
1 mm
(7)
305 mm
(1)
OUTLINE OF
CUTOUT
CUTOUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
533mm
(1)
PROVIDE ACCESS TO
PUMP FOR SERVICE
ON ALL INSTALLATIONS
57mm
(-1/)
() AIR VALVES
() JETS
C/L OF DRAIN
CADET 6 x 36 (MODEL 2773L)
mm
()
1 mm
(3/)
FINISHED
WALL
PROVIDE ACCESS TO PUMP FOR SERVICING ON ALL INSTALLATIONS
1 mm
(7)
305 mm
RECOMMENDED FITTING LOCATION
(1)
X 330mm (-1/ x 13")
FOR PIER OR ISLAND
INSTALLATIONS ONLY
0 mm
(35-3/)
mm
()
CUTOUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
5 mm
(17-7/)
57mm
(-1/)
PUMP
() AIR VALVES
() JETS
ALT. FITTING
LOCATION #1
C/L OF DRAIN
OUTLINE OF CUTOUT
171 mm x 70 mm
(70-1/ X 3-1/)
DIMENSIONS OF FIXTURES ARE NOMINAL AND MAY VARY WITHIN THE RANGE
OF TOLERANCES ESTABLISHED BY ANSI STANDARDS Z1.1 AND A11.1.7.
753737-100 Rev. C
PUMP
ALT. FITTING
LOCATION #1
OUTLINE OF
CUTOUT
171mm x 10mm
(70-1/ X 0-1/)
INSTALLATION AND FRAMING INSTRUCTIONS
The variety of installations possible for this whirlpool may require framing procedures other than those shown. Locate studs as needed. Ensure
roughing-in dimensions are proper, plumb and square. Provisions must be made in all installations for an access opening for servicing the pump
and controls. It is strongly recommended that an additional opening be provided for access to the drain components. The apron should not be used
as the primary access opening.
1. Position the whirlpool into the installation opening and level the deck in both directions, shimming the integral support feet IF necessary.
Mark the final position of the underside of the deck by tracing a line on to the studs (see Figure 1).
. Remove the whirlpool and attach a 1 x stringer to the studs, with the top of the stringer touching the traced line.
!
The rim of the bath must not support weight.
FIGURE 1
3. Install drain components to the whirlpool following the drain installation instructions. Before
replacing your whirlpool for final installation, be certain that an opening has been provided in
the sub-floor for the drain. See the roughing-in drawing and Table 1 for suggested opening
size (shadowed) and location dimensions. The drain/overflow of the bath extends below the
bottom of the bath. Note that this requires a cutout in the floor.
!
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
The floor structure beneath the bath must be able to support a total weight of bath, water, and
bather. Refer to Table 1 under total weight for your model.
For Models: 2425L/V-LHO and 2425L/V-RHO;
This bath must be supported along its entire bottom. Use mortar as bedding
material (do not use sand or foam). Apply enough mortar to support the complete
bottom of the bath. After the mortar has been poured, and before it sets, position
whirlpool or bath within recess until the rim is leveled against the leveling stringers (see
"Typical Recess Installation") shown below.
!
C
The rim of the bath must not support weight. Allow the mortar material to completely
harden before applying weight to the rim or bottom of the bath. Any finish material such
as tile or wall board must be self-supporting if it contacts the deck of the bath.
TILE
WALLBOARD
TILE
BEAD
STRIP
For Models: 2645L/V, 2771L/V, 6060L/V, 7236L/V, 2422L/V and 2422LA/VA;
Replace whirlpool and re-shim the integral support feet, shimming the entire length of
the support feet. Secure the shims using construction adhesive, silicone, mortar or
equivalent materials. While not a necessity, the use of a foundation base consisting of
cement, mortar, or grout will help provide a solid and secure installation.
!
SEALANT
BATH
ADHESIVE
LEVELING STRINGER
1 x (not for support)
The rim of the bath must not support weight. If foundation base is used, allow the
bedding material to completely harden before applying weight to the rim or bottom of
the bath. Any finish material such as tile or wall board must be self-supporting if it
contacts the deck of the bath.
NOTE: Tile bead kit not included and
must be purchased separately.
TYPICAL PIER TYPE INSTALLATION
TYPICAL RECESS INSTALLATION
AS DESIRED
F
CUTOUT
G
CUTOUT
C
C
D
1
(305 mm)
W
E
NOTE:
FRONT EDGE
OF BATH MUST
BE SUPPORTED
BY STUD WALL OR
AMERICAN STANDARD
APRON KIT
1
(305 mm)
AS DESIRED
LEVELING
STRINGERS
MOUNTING
SURFACE
WATERPROOF
SEALANT
(10 mm)
ACCESS PANEL MUST BE LOCATED
ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE MOTOR.
BATH
ALLOW OPEN FRAMING ON
PUMP/MOTOR END FOR SERVICE.
ACCESS PANELS NOT REQUIRED
FOR BATH TUBS.
UNLESS AN ACCESS OPENING OF AT LEAST 12" X 24" (305 X 610mm)
IS PROVIDED, WARRANTY SERVICE WILL NOT BE PERFORMED.
(EXCEPT 2425 WHERE APRON IS PRIMARY ACCESS OPENING)
(10 mm)
ACCESS PANEL MUST BE LOCATED
ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE MOTOR.
ALLOW OPEN FRAMING ON PUMP/MOTOR
END FOR SERVICE.
ACCESS PANELS NOT REQUIRED
FOR BATH TUBS.
UNLESS AN ACCESS OPENING OF AT LEAST 12" X 24" (305 X 610mm)
IS PROVIDED, WARRANTY SERVICE WILL NOT BE PERFORMED.
FOR E & D DIMENSIONS SEE TABLE 1 ON PAGE 5.
FOR G & F DIMENSIONS SEE TABLE 1 ON PAGE 5.
753737-100 Rev. C
TYPICAL FLANGE MOUNTING DETAIL
SUGGESTED WHIRLPOOL / BATH
INSTALLATION METHOD
WOOD
STUDS
TYPICAL INSTALLATION CORNER
STUD
WATERPROOF DRYWALL
OR CEMENT BOARD
TILE
ROOFING NAIL
SEALANT
TUB
1-1/
(5mm)
1 x 3 (5 x 7mm) WOOD
STRINGER FULL LENGTH
STEEL
STUDS
STEEL
STUD
WATERPROOF DRYWALL
OR CEMENT BOARD
WHIRLPOOL
ACCESS PANEL
WASHER
TILE
SEALANT
TUB
* SEE CUTOUT TEMPLATE
PROVIDED ON UNDERSIDE
OF BOX LID
" (10mm)
DRYWALL
SCREW
1 x 3 (5 x 7mm) WOOD
STRINGER FULL LENGTH
UNLESS AN ACCESS OPENING OF AT LEAST
12" x 24" (305 x 610mm) IS PROVIDED,
WARRANTY SERVICE WILL NOT BE PERFORMED.
SECURE THE BATH TO THE STUDS AS SHOWN
FOR WOOD OR STEEL STUD CONSTRUCTION.
UNDER DECK MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
Please note that care must be taken to protect the surface of the tub during all aspects of the installation.
Do not drill or cut the bath deck with the tub directly beneath it as damage to the tub may result.
1.
.
3.
.
5.
.
7.
.
Install the tub per the installation instructions provided with the unit.
Prepare the bath deck support structure per the local codes. Note - the bath deck must be self supporting.
Cut bath deck to your specifications.
Place the bath deck in position and trace the opening on the tub with a soft pencil. Do not drill or cut the bath
deck with the tub directly beneath it as damage to the tub may result.
Remove the bath deck and apply a generous bead of waterproof sealant on the outer edge of the traced line.
Replace the bath deck and secure it into place.
Apply additional sealant along the tub and bath deck interface as necessary to ensure a watertight seal.
Remove excess sealant per the manufacturer's instructions.
Finished bath deck surface material must be
self-supporting and secured per local codes
Waterproof
Sealant
Bath deck support material
Bathtub
753737-100 Rev. C
Tub support structure per installation
instructions provided with the tub
10
WHIRLPOOL ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
All wiring must be performed by a licensed electrician in accordance with the national electrical code and all other applicable codes.
! WARNING: When using electrical products, basic precautions should always be observed, including the following:
1. DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! Connect only to a circuit protected by a ground-fault circuit interrupter.
. Grounding is required. The unit should be installed by a licensed electrician and grounded.
3. Permit access for servicing motor as noted.
. All building materials and wiring should be routed away from the pump body and heater (if equipped).
PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING TABLE FOR GFCI CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS:
GFCI CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS:
FOR MODEL NUMBERS:
The whirlpool should be installed on a 120 vac, 15 amp dedicated
GFCI circuit.
2422, 2425, 2645,
2771, 2805, 2908
ALL MODELS
The circuit should be hard-wired from the electrical power supply panel. The
circuit must be a three (3) wire circuit from the electrical supply panel. A
grounded neutral wire and a third wire, earth ground, are essential.
7236, 2774
MODELS ENDING IN SUFFIX
LA, LAC, VA, VAC
Optional heater requires a separate 15 amp maximum GFCI circuit.
The whirlpool should be installed on a 120 vac, 20 amp dedicated
GFCI circuit.
6060, 2775, 2773, 2711, 2901
ALL MODELS
The circuit should be hard-wired from the electrical power supply panel. The
circuit must be a three (3) wire circuit from the electrical supply panel. A
grounded neutral wire and a third wire, earth ground, are essential.
7236, 2774
MODELS ENDING IN SUFFIX
L, LC, V, VC
Optional heater requires a separate 15 amp maximum GFCI circuit.
BLACK
W HITE
120 VAC
PUMP/MOTOR
GND.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
WIRE SELE C T I O N G U I D E
Ma x i m u m distance from
f u s e box to motor
Motor
Hi Performa n c e
Rating
2.1 H.P.,
1.4 H.P.,
and 1.25 H . P .
50'
100'
150'
200'
1 1 5 V Power Line
12
10
8
11
8
The sizes shown on t h is
chart are recommenda t i o n s
for copper conduct o r s
only. Always follo w
local and nationa l
electrical codes
753737-100 Rev. C
For 6060L/V Corner Only
OPERATION
Fig. 1
WARNING: Prior to operation, review the Important Safety Instructions
listed at the beginning of this instruction manual.
Once the heater is installed and the whirlpool pump is operating, the heater is
totally automatic. The heater will help maintain the temperature of the water in
the bath.
E-Z INSTALL™ HEATER
WHIRLPOOL
HEATER “ON” LIGHT
Pressure Switch
FACTORY INSTALLED - NOT FOR RESALE
The heater is equipped with a preset pressure switch. The pump must be
running with water flowing in the whirlpool to allow the heater to turn on.
HEATER P/N: 753174-100
Bonding Lug on
Heater Housing
Indicator Light
This light turns on whenever the heater is operating.
High-Limit Switch
The heater includes an exclusive "Intelligent High-Limit". This safety circuit will not "false trip" from hot tap water. It will only turn the heater
off if the thermostat fails. If the high-limit trips frequently, call a service technician.
To manually reset the circuit in the event that the “High-Limit” switch has been activated, simply (1) Turn off the whirlpool pump. () Drain
water from the tub. (3) Remove power from heater by unplugging at receptacle or turning off circuit breaker. () The heater circuit will
automatically reset in less than 15 minutes. (5) Restore power to the heater. () Whirlpool bath is now ready to use.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Install a separate 10VAC / 15AMP dedicated circuit with GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) protection.
At initial start-up with power ON, push the GFCI test button. The reset button should pop out. Push this button in to reset. If the GFCI fails to
operate in this manner, there is a ground fault or malfunction, indicating the possibility of electrical shock. Turn off the power and do not
use the bath until the source of the problem has been identified and corrected.
1. Route two separate branch circuits to the junction box near the whirlpool as shown in Figure . Each branch circuit MUST BE GFCI
PROTECTED and must use copper conductors only.
. Ensure the heater and pump are properly GROUNDED and BONDED as required. Attach the AWG solid copper conductor supplied with
the heater from the heater bonding lug to the motor frame bonding lug as shown in Figure 3. The conductor is secured to the lugs using set
screws. The motor frame shall have a second AWG solid copper conductor connected from the frame bonding lug to the homes electrical
panel or approved local bonding point as shown in Figure 3.
Fig. 2
SEPARATE
15 AMP GFCI OUTLET
Fig. 3
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
(HEATER)
BLACK
WHITE
120 VAC
HEATER ON
E-Z INSTALL™
WHIRLPOOL
HEATER
(PUMP/MOTOR)
GND.
HEATER
RUN AWG SOLID COPPER
CONDUCTORS FROM
HEATER BONDING LUG TO
PUMP/MOTOR FRAME LUG
AND FROM PUMP/MOTOR
LUG TO APPROVED
GROUND AS SHOWN
SEPARATE 15 AMP GFCI OUTLET
for 1.6 H.P. PUMP
SEPARATE 20 AMP GFCI OUTLET
for2.1 H.P. PUMP
FIRST COPPER
CONDUCTOR
B LA C K
WH I T E
120 VAC
SECOND
COPPER
CONDUCTOR
TO GROUND
PUMP/MOTOR
GND.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
753737-100 Rev. C
12
PUMP/MOTOR FRAME WITH
BONDING LUGS
DRAIN CONNECTION AND SYSTEM TEST
Using recommended drain assembly, connect whirlpool drain to waste line in accordance with the drain assembly instructions.
Tighten all drain joints securely. Check the pump couplings and make sure they are hand-tight. Clean the whirlpool and fill with
water to a point " above the top of the highest jet. Recheck the pump couplings and make certain that they are not leaking.
(Although the pump couplings are factory tightened and inspected, some loosening may have occurred during transit.) Make sure
the whirlpool is connected to the electrical supply and turn the whirlpool on. Check for leaks around all piping connections while the
whirlpool is running.
POST INSTALLATION CLEAN-UP
Remove all construction debris from bath. Tile grout can be removed with a wooden popsicle stick or tongue depressor. Do not use
wire brushes or any other metal implement on bath surface.
Post installation clean-up generally can be completed using warm water and liquid dishwashing detergent. Stubborn dirt or stains
may be removed using granular Spic and Span® mixed with water.
Painter's naphtha can be used to remove excess adhesives and/or wet oil-base paint.
AFTERCARE and CLEANING
• The high gloss surface is resistant to impact and chemicals and will retain its lasting luster with proper care and
maintenance.
• Always fill the tub with temperate water. Excessively hot water may cause surface damage
• Remove bath mat after use and hang to dry. Allowing bath mat to dry in the tub may cause surface damage.
• Clean after use with a mild liquid household detergent cleaner. Do not use Lestoil, Lysol Disinfectant (spray or
concentrate), or Lysol Basin, Tub and Tile Cleaner, Windex, Mr. Clean, Dow Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner, or
cleaning products in aerosol cans.
HARSH CHEMICALS SHOULD NEVER BE USED ON ACRYLIC SURFACES.
• Do not use wire brushes, knives or sharp objects to remove stains, cigarette tar deposits,or other surface blemishes.
• Abrasive cleaners or powders must not be used, since they will dull the surface. If the glossy surface looses
its sheen, dulled areas can be restored by rubbing with a white "automotive type" polishing compound and
waxing with a "liquid wax."
• Do not wax areas where you walk or stand.
• Do not allow nail polish remover, acetone, dry cleaning fluid, paint remover or other solvents to come into
contact with the surface.
• Clean the surrounding surface immediately after using caustic drain cleaners.
• Burning cigarettes will damage the surface.
• Should damage to the fixture occur, repairs can be made quickly and easily.
Your distributor or builder can provide details.
• Do not permit drain cleaner to enter the circulation system.
CIRCULATION SYSTEM CLEANING-PURGING PROCEDURES
STEP 1. Once every month purge and clean the circulating system. Fill whirlpool with warm water and add two teaspoons
of dishwasher detergent and one-half cup of house hold bleach.
STEP 2. Activate whirlpool system in accordance with operating instructions or two minutes.
STEP 3. Drain and refill whirlpool with cool water and circulate for additional five minutes.
STEP 4. Drain whirlpool completely.
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753737-100 Rev. C
AS AMERICA, INC. (AMERICAN STANDARD) LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
FOR LIFETIME™ / EVOLUTION™ ACRYLIC WHIRLPOOLS
AS America (“American Standard”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser that it will, at its option, repair or replace this whirlpool or any
of its parts that are found by American Standard, in its sole judgment, to be defective under normal residential use and maintenance so long
as it is owned by the original consumer purchaser.
This warranty shall only become effective upon receipt by American Standard of a completely filled out Warranty Registration Card evidencing
proof of purchase.
THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID IF THE ACCESS PANEL TO THE WHIRLPOOL IS COVERED IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. In no event will American Standard be liable for the cost of repair or replacement of any installation
materials including but not limited to tiles, marble etc.
This limited warranty DOES NOT COVER the following:
1. Defects or damages arising from shipping, installation, alterations, accidents, abuse, misuse, lack of proper maintenance and cleaning as
directed in the owner’s manual and use of other than genuine American Standard replacement parts, in all cases whether caused by a
plumbing contractor, service company, the owner or any other person.
. Deterioration through normal wear and tear and the expense of normal maintenance.
3. Commercial application.
. Options and accessories. American Standard’s limited warranty on these items is one year for parts only and excludes labor. This one
year limited warranty covers accessories manufactured by American Standard (e.g. aprons, drains, grab bars, heaters, trim kits) against
defects of material or workmanship. Warranty coverage begins on the date the accessory was originally purchased by the owner.
5. Postage or shipping costs for returning products for repairs or replacement under this limited warranty and labor or other costs incurred in
connection with product removal or installation under this limited warranty.
. ANY LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, ALL OF WHICH ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED, OR
THE EXTENSION BEYOND THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR AN INTENDED PURPOSE. (Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.)
7. Responsibility for compliance with local code requirements. (Since local code requirements vary greatly distributors, retailers, dealers,
installation contractors and users of plumbing products should determine whether there are any code restrictions on the installation or use of a
specific product.)
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other legal rights that vary from state to state. For service under this warranty, you
should contact the following:
By Mail: American Standard Inc.
P.O. Box 5
West Caldwell, N.J. 07007
Attention: Customer Care Center
By Telephone:
1-800-442-1902
AS AMERICA, INC. (AMERICAN STANDARD) ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR E-Z INSTALL WHIRLPOOL HEATER
If inspection of this AS American, Inc. (“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 applies only to the original purchaser and installation of these products.
This limited 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 damages; 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 American Standard.
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 American Standard 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 these warranties, 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:
By Mail: American Standard Inc.
P.O. Box 5
West Caldwell, N.J. 07007
Attention: Customer Care Center
SERVICE:
By Telephone:
1-800-442-1902
For service or repair contact the number below. The model number and
serial number for your whirlpool are located on a label near the motor.
HOTLINE FOR HELP
For toll-free information and answers to your questions, call 1 (800) 442-1902
weekdays: :00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Product names listed herein are trademarks of AS America, Inc.
© AS America, Inc. 00
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FACTORY INSTALLED - NOT FOR RESALE
HEATER P/N: 753174-100
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Install a separate 120VAC / 15AMP dedicated circuit with GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) protection.
At initial start-up with power ON, push the GFCI test button. The reset button should pop out. Push this button in to reset. If the GFCI fails to
operate in this manner, there is a ground fault or malfunction, indicating the possibility of electrical shock. Turn off the power and do not
use the bath until the source of the problem has been identified and corrected.
1. Route two separate branch circuits to the junction box near the whirlpool as shown in Figure 2. Each branch circuit MUST BE GFCI
PROTECTED and must use copper conductors only.
2. Ensure the heater and pump are properly GROUNDED and BONDED as required. Attach the 8 AWG solid copper conductor supplied with
the heater from the heater bonding lug to the motor frame bonding lug as shown in Figure 3. The conductor is secured to the lugs using set
screws. The motor frame shall have a second 8 AWG solid copper conductor connected from the frame bonding lug to the homes electrical
panel or approved local bonding point as shown in Figure 3.
Fig. 2
SEPARATE
15 AMP GFCI OUTLET
Fig. 3
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
(HEATER)
BLACK
WH IT E
120 VAC
HEATER ON
E-Z INSTALL™
WHIRLPOOL
HEATER
(PUMP/MOTOR)
GND.
HEATER
RUN 8 AWG SOLID COPPER
CONDUCTORS FROM
HEATER BONDING LUG TO
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AND FROM PUMP/MOTOR
LUG TO APPROVED
GROUND AS SHOWN
SEPARATE 15 AMP GFCI OUTLET
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SEPARATE 20 AMP GFCI OUTLET
for2.1 H.P. PUMP
FIRST COPPER
CONDUCTOR
BLACK
WHITE
120 VAC
SECOND
COPPER
CONDUCTOR
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TO GROUND
PUMP/MOTOR
GND.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
Your American Standard whirlpool is designed to give you many years of pleasure with reasonable
care and maintenance.
Your new acrylic bathtub is tough, durable and easy to care for. The colors have been formulated to match
other American Standard fixtures and enhance your choice of bathroom decorations. The high gloss surface
will retain its lasting luster with proper care and maintenance.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE:
• Always fill the tub with temperate water. Excessively hot water (greater than 130˚ F) may cause surface damage.
• Remove bath mat after use and hang to dry. Allowing bath mat to dry in the tub may cause surface damage.
• Clean after use with a mild liquid household detergent cleaner. Do not turn on jets when such cleaners are present.
Do not use: Lestoil® Cleaner; Lysol® Disinfectant (spray or concentrate); or Lysol® Basin, Tub and Tile Cleaner;
Windex® Cleaner; Mr. Clean® Cleaner; Dow® Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner*; or other cleaning products in aerosol cans.
• No Soap or Oils: Do not operate the whirlpool circulation system when using soap, bath oil or a bubble bath, or if such
substances are in solution in the bathwater. If introduced into the circulation system, they are likely to cause excessive
foaming. Bathe with soap or oil only when whirlpool circulation system is off. Drain whirlpool after each use.
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