American Standard 2422V.068C Hot Tub User Manual

INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR
EVOLUTION™ AIR BATHS
MODEL 2422V.068C
5' x 32"
MODEL 2771V.068C
5' x 36"
MODEL 2645V.068C
OVAL
MODEL 7236V.068C
6' x 36"
MODEL 2425V.168C
5' x 32" IA-RHO
MODEL 2425V.268C
5' x 32" IA-LHO
THANK YOU...
for selecting an American Standard bath. Your new bath is shipped to you after careful inspection. The air bath is
completely assembled with air blower and system piping. All you need to finish the installation are your selected
fittings and electrical connections.
To ensure maximum performance and pleasure from this product, please follow the instructions and cautions.
FOR AFTER-SALES SERVICE CALL 1 (00) 442-102 WEEKDAYS.
© AS Americas Inc. 200
All product names listed herein are trademarks
of AS Americas Inc. unless otherwise noted.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Safety Instructions............................................................................Page General Information..........................................................................Page 4
Optional Components.......................................................................Page 4
Specifications....................................................................................Page 5
Roughing-in Reference.....................................................................Page Framing and Support Instructions.....................................................Page 7
Mounting Instructions........................................................................Page Electrical Connections.......................................................................Page Drain Connection and System Test...................................................Page 10
Care and Cleaning.............................................................................Page 10
Remote Blower Location Option........................................................Page 11
Warranty............................................................................................Page 12
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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
!
WARNING: Risk of hyperthermia and possible drowning. People using medications and/or having adverse
!
WARNING: Risk of personal injury. Do not overfill unit before entering. Entering tub when filled more than 2/
!
WARNING: No Food or Alcoholic Beverages. Use of your bathtub immediately after meals is not
0 inches (1524mm) of this unit.
medical history should consult a physician before using this product.
can cause overflow and slippery conditions. Exercise caution when entering and exiting.
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 air bath.
Disconnect the air bath and have the problem corrected by a licensed electrician before using.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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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 unauthorized modifications to the air bath system. This could adversely affect
the safety and performance of the air bath and void the warranty. Do not handle or move the air bath by
the air blower 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 “Air Bath Electrical Installation Instructions”.
Check for availability of optional American Standard wall tiling bead (required for recess installation).
Protect all finished surfaces of the air bath during construction and installation using a drop cloth.
!
WARNING: Do not lift air bath 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 4 Stringers
• Drop Cloth
• Cement, Plaster, Grout
LIST OF OPTIONAL COMPONENTS (NOT INCLUDED):
Optional Components
(Not Included)
Description
Model Number
Evolution™ 5' x 2"
Required Components
(Not Included)
Apron
Kit
Tile Bead
Kit
Drain
(Specify Finish)
2422V.0C
21.01
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15.205.XXX*
Evolution™ 5' x "
2771V.0C
21.01
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15.205.XXX*
Evolution™ ' x "
72V.0C
271.01
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15.205.XXX*
Evolution™ 5' x 2" IA
2425V.1C - RHO
2425V.2C - LHO
INTEGRAL
NOT
APPLICABLE
15.205.XXX*
Evolution™ Oval
245V.0C
2.01
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15.470.XXX
* These models require American Standard Deep Soak Max Drain 15.205
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SPECIFICATIONS:
L
W
J
H
C
SIDE VIEW
A
END VIEW
B
DRAIN / OVERFLOW
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVOLUTION AIR BATHS
Description
Dimensions
L-W-H
Drain /
Height to
Overflow Underside
of Deck: C
Cut Out
Pier
GxF
Rough-In
Recess
ExD
Tub Edge to Weight with Product Apron / Gallon to
Centerline Water / Floor Weight Mounting Overflow
Overflow: J
Loading
2422V.0C
5' x 2"
L 1524mm (0")
A 20-1/"
W 1mm (2")
(511 mm)
H 54mm (21-1/2") B 11"
(27 mm)
C 20"
(50 mm)
5-1/2"
(145 mm)
x
0-1/2"
(774 mm)
0-/1"
(152 mm)
x
0-1/2"
(774 mm)
mm
(-1/4)
0lb (1kg)/
(20kg/sq.m)
5lb/sq.ft.
74 lb.
(4 kg.)
Optional
74 gal.
(20 l.)
2771V.0C
5' x "
L 1524mm (0")
A 20-1/"
W 14mm (")
(511 mm)
H 54mm (21-1/2") B 11"
(27 mm)
C 20"
(50 mm)
5-1/2"
(145 mm)
x
4-1/2"
(7 mm)
0-/1"
(152 mm)
x
4-1/2"
(7 mm)
mm
(-1/4)
00lb (kg)/
(20kg/sq.m)
5lb/sq.ft.
75 lb.
(4 kg.)
Optional
7 gal.
(2 l.)
72V.0C
' x "
L 12mm (72")
A 20-1/"
W 14mm (")
(511 mm)
H 54mm (21-1/2") B 11"
(27 mm)
C 20"
(50 mm)
70-1/2"
(170 mm)
x
4-1/2"
(7 mm)
72-/1"
(1 mm)
x
4-1/2"
(7 mm)
mm
(-1/4)
101lb (47kg)/
(20kg/sq.m)
57lb/sq.ft.
10 lb.
(4 kg.)
Optional
111 gal.
(420 l.)
2425V.1C
IA-RHO
2425V.2C
IA-LHO
5' x 2"
L 1524mm (0")
A 1-1/"
W 1mm (2")
(45 mm)
H 521mm (20-1/2") B 10-1/2"
(2 mm)
C 20-1/4"
(515 mm)
N/D
0-/1"
(152 mm)
x
0-1/2"
(774 mm)
7mm
(2-7/)
75lb (0kg)/
(22kg/sq.m)
54lb/sq.ft.
2 lb.
(42 kg.)
Included
70 gal.
(25 l.)
245V.0C
Oval
L 17mm (")
A 15-1/4"
W 14mm (")
(7 mm)
H 502mm (1-/4") B -1/4"
(20 mm)
C 1-1/4"
(44 mm)
4"
(125 mm)
x
4"
( mm)
-/1"
(11 mm)
x
4-1/2"
(7 mm)
44mm
(1-/4)
50lb (2kg)/
(175kg/sq.m)
lb/pies
cuadrados
lb.
(44 kg.)
Optional
5 gal.
(21 l.)
TABLE 1
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ROUGHING-IN REFERENCES
6' x 36" (MODEL 7236V.068C)
5' x 32" (MODEL 2422V.068C)
72"
(12mm)
0"
(1524mm)
1-/4"
(4mm)
"
(7mm)
2"
(1mm)
"
(152mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
"
(7mm)
11"
(27mm)
1-/4"
(4mm)
7-/4"
(17mm)
"
(14mm)
"
(152mm)
7-/4"
(17mm)
-1/4"
(mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
11"
(27mm)
-1/4"
(mm)
5' x 36" (MODEL 2771V.068C)
OVAL (MODEL 2645V.068C)
0"
(1524mm)
11"
(27mm)
"
(17mm)
11-1/4"
(2mm)
-1/4"
(mm)
1-/4"
(44mm)
1"
(457mm)
"
(152mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
"
(7mm)
"
(152mm)
"
(14mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
"
(14mm)
7-1/2"
(11mm)
1-/4"
(4mm)
"
(7mm)
5-/"
(17mm)
5' x 32" IA-RHO (MODEL 2425V.168C-RHO)
5' x 32" IA-LHO (MODEL 2425V.268C-LHO) - shown
0"
(1524mm)
"
(7mm)
10-1/2"
(27mm)
7-1/2"
(11mm)
2-7/"
(7mm)
1"
(40mm)
"
(152mm)
2"
(1mm)
CUT OUT IN FLOOR
FOR DRAIN
1-1/2"
(4mm)
DIMENSIONS OF FIXTURES ARE NOMINAL AND MAY VARY WITHIN THE RANGE
OF TOLERANCES ESTABLISHED BY ANSI STANDARDS Z124.1 AND A112.1.7.
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-1/4"
(210mm)
INSTALLATION AND FRAMING INSTRUCTIONS
The variety of installations possible for this air bath 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 air
blower 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 air bath 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).
2. Remove the air bath and attach a 1 x 4 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
. Install drain components to the air bath following the drain installation instructions. Before
replacing your air bath 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: 2425V.168C-RHO and 2425V.268C-LHO;
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 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: 2645V.068C, 2771V.068C, 7236V.068C and 2422V.068C;
Replace air bath 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 4 (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
12
(05 mm)
W
E
NOTE:
FRONT EDGE
OF BATH MUST
BE SUPPORTED
BY STUD WALL OR
AMERICAN STANDARD
APRON KIT
LEVELING
STRINGERS
12
(05 mm)
AS DESIRED
MOUNTING
SURFACE
WATERPROOF
SEALANT
24
(10 mm)
ACCESS PANEL MUST BE LOCATED
ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE AIR BATH.
BATH
ALLOW OPEN FRAMING ON BLOWER/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)
24
(10 mm)
ACCESS PANEL MUST BE LOCATED
ON THE SAME SIDE AS THE AIR BATH.
ALLOW OPEN FRAMING ON BLOWER/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.
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TYPICAL FLANGE MOUNTING DETAIL
SUGGESTED AIR BATH / BATH INSTALLATION METHOD
WOOD STUDS
STEEL STUDS
STEEL
STUD
STUD
WATERPROOF DRYWALL
OR CEMENT BOARD
TILE
WASHER
WATERPROOF DRYWALL
OR CEMENT BOARD
TILE
ROOFING NAIL
SEALANT
SEALANT
4" (102mm)
DRYWALL
SCREW
TUB
TUB
1 x (25 x 7mm) WOOD
STRINGER FULL LENGTH
1 x (25 x 7mm) WOOD
STRINGER FULL LENGTH
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.
2.
.
4.
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
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Tub support structure per installation
instructions provided with the tub
AIR BATH 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.
2. Permit access for servicing blower as noted.
. All building materials and wiring should be routed away from the air blower.
PLEASE SEE THE FOLLOWING TABLE FOR GFCI CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS:
GFCI CIRCUIT REQUIREMENTS:
FOR MODEL NUMBERS:
The air bath should be installed on a 120 vac, 15 or 20 amp
dedicated GFCI circuit.
The circuit should be hard-wired from the electrical power supply panel. The
circuit must be a three () wire circuit from the electrical supply panel. A
grounded neutral wire and a third wire, earth ground, are essential.
2425V.168C-RHO
2422V.068C
2425V.268C-LHO
2645V.068C
2771V.068C
7236V.068C
USE 15 OR 20 AMP
GFCI OUTLET
BLACK
W HITE
120 VAC
GND.
BLOWER/MOTOR
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 Performan 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
8
The sizes shown on t h i s
chart are recommenda t i o ns
for copper conducto r s
only. Always follo w
local and nationa l
electrical codes
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DRAIN CONNECTION AND SYSTEM TEST
Using recommended drain assembly, connect the bath drain to waste line in accordance with the drain assembly instructions.
Tighten all drain joints securely. Clean the air bath and fill with water to a point 2" above the top of the highest jet. Check for leaks
around all piping connections while the air bath 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
Refer to the “Operating and Maintenance Instruction Manual” (Document 75407-100) for complete purging, cleaning, and
maintenance details.
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REMOTE BLOWER LOCATION OPTION
IMPORTANT! It is not necessary that the blower motor be relocated. This option is provided for the case that a particular
installation makes this effort practical.
NOTE: Relocating blower motor from factory installed location, see photo W, will require disassembly of air blower from mounting
board. Keep all hardware for reattachment at new location. Additional hardware will be required depending upon final desired
position of air blower. Follow all instructions listed below.
W.
TYPICAL VIEW
NOTE: Installing the blower in a remote location will reduce the system efficiency.
NOTE: Relocating a blower motor still requires a service access for the blower.
NOTE: All materials needed for the relocation must be supplied by the installer. This includes ordering a longer control panel cable
(P/N 754025-0071A).
A separate circuit, which must be protected by the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI), is required in the remote location.
Electrical connections should be performed by a licensed electrician.
Choose a space as close to the bath as possible so the system works as efficiently as possible. The space must be at least 0 cubic
feet and the blower must be mounted at least 2 inches above the floor and 2 inches minimum away from any wall. The blower must
NOT be installed in an attic area.
The blower motor must be located within 12 feet of rigid piping from the bath air manifold. This limitation is for the total pipe length
and applies to any direction changes and elbows. There can be no more than six changes of direction. There should be as few
direction changes as possible and the piping installation must meet all requirements of local plumbing and building codes.
Disconnect the blower from the flexible hose as shown in photo X. Do NOT remove the check valve manifold that is mounted to the
underside of the air bath. The manifold MUST remain mounted above the tub overflow level as shown in X.
X.
Do NOT move check
valve manifold
TYPICAL VIEW
Use 1 1/2” PVC rigid piping and couplings to extend the blower motor location as shown in photos Y and Z. Detach the flexible hose
section from the blower end and extend the air line by adding the appropriate length of PVC piping. Mount the blower in a horizontal
direction using the mounting screws provided with the air bath system. Do NOT glue piping to either the manifold or blower. These
couplings MUST be attached to the piping with screws as shown in photos Y and Z. Glue only the PVC piping and couplings needed
to extend the air line. Let the glued couplings set overnight before attaching the blower and manifold couplings with screws.
CAUTION: It is imperative to let the glued piping set overnight as there may be fumes from the glue that could be ignited if not
allowed to dissipate.
Y.
Z.
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AS America, Inc. Limited Lifetime Warranty For Evolution™ Acrylic Air Baths
AS America, Inc. (”American Standard”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser that it will, at its option, repair
or replace this air bath 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 limited warranty does not apply to commercial installations. The warranty for commercial installations is three
() years.
THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID IF THE ACCESS PANEL TO THE AIR BATH 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.
2. Deterioration through normal wear and tear and the expense of normal maintenance.
. Commercial application.
4. 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
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By Telephone:
1-800-442-1902