American Standard 2904 Indoor Furnishings User Manual

Installation
Instructions
2904
TM
Centerset Lavatory Faucet with
Speed Connect™ Drain
Congratulations on purchasing your American Standard
faucet with Speed Connect drain, a feature found only on
American Standard faucets.
Speed Connect Drain*
• 1/3 of the parts, installs in 1/3 of the time
• No tools needed
• Never needs adjustment
• Guaranteed to seal properly the first time, every time.
Certified to comply with ANSI A112.18.1
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*Your new American Standard faucet is designed to work only with the Speed Connect drain. Helpful 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
Channel Locks
INSTALL FAUCET
CAUTION
Adjustable Wrench
Tubing Cutter
Turn off hot and cold water
supplies before beginning.
Turn off hot and cold water supplies before beginning.
Insert FAUCET (1) and CABLE CONNECTOR (2) through
mounting holes of Sink or mounting surface. Fig. A.
Fig. A.
Assemble LOCKNUTS (3) onto SHANKS (4) ( from under
side of Sink. Hand tighten firmly. Fig. B.
(HAND TIGHTEN)
3
4
POP-UP
CABLE
4
Fig. B.
SINK OR
MOUNTING
SURFACE
3
2
2
1
2
INSTALL POP-UP DRAIN
Fig. A.
Remove CLEAR PLASTIC COVER (1). Remove
CARDBOARD SPACER (2) from under DRAIN
POP-UP (3). Fig. A.
REAR OF
SINK
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3
Drop DRAIN BODY (4) through sink drain
hole. Make sure WHITE FOAM GASKET (5)
is under flange of DRAIN BODY (4). Fig. B.
Note: No plumber’s putty or caulk is required.
Fig. B.
4
6
5
SINK
DRAIN
HOLE
2
The CABLE ATTACHMENT POINT (6) must
face towards the rear of the SINK. Fig. B.
3
INSTALL BLACK GASKET
Install BLACK CONE GASKET (1) onto DRAIN BODY (2)
from below.
Note: The flat side of the BLACK CONE GASKET (1) must
face down.
2
1
FLAT SIDE OF GASKET
MUST FACE DOWN
4
INSTALL GRAY LOCKNUT
Fig. B.
Fig. A.
Install GRAY LOCKNUT (1) onto DRAIN BODY (2)
from below SINK. Fig. A.
Note: The flat side of the GRAY LOCKNUT (1)
must face up.
2
Tighten firmly by hand. No tools are required.
Check DRAIN FLANGE in SINK to ensure that
WHITE FOAM GASKET (3) is fully compressed
and not visible. Fig. B.
DRAIN
FLANGE
FLAT SIDE OF
GRAY LOCKNUT
MUST FACE UP
3
1
5
WHITE FOAM
GASKET
NOT VISIBLE
DOWN
POP-UP KNOB
1
POP-UP KNOB (1) must be fully down.
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ATTACH CABLE CONNECTOR
Fig. A.
Fig. B.
Thread CABLE CONNECTOR (1) clockwise
onto DRAIN BODY CONNECTION (2) and
hand tighten. Fig. A.
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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.
1-1/4” O.D.
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CHECK OPERATION OF POP-UP
1
Operate LIFT KNOB (1) to verify that STOPPER (2) opens and
closes. Fig. B.
Note: If STOPPER (2) does not open and close properly then refer
to the “troubleshooting section” of these instructions.
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MAKE WATER SUPPLY AND WASTE CONNECTIONS
NOTE: FLEXIBLE SUPPLIES OR BULL-NOSE RISERS MUST BE
PURCHASED SEPARATELY.
Connect water supply to FAUCET (1) with 1/2" IPS FLEXIBLE
SUPPLIES (2) or 3/8" O.D. BULL-NOSE RISERS (3).
Use adjustable wrench to tighten connections. Do not over tighten.
Be careful not to kink copper supply when bending. Use tubing
cutter to cut to proper length.
Connect 1-1/4” O.D. tailpiece on POP-UP DRAIN to
waste outlet.
1
1/2" PIPE
THREAD
COUPLING
NUT
2
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLIES
3
3/8 O.D.
BULL-NOSE
RISERS
3/8” COMPRESSION
CONNECTION
COMPRESSION
NUT
FERRULE
HOT
COLD
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TEST INSTALLED FITTING
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With HANDLES (1) in OFF position, turn on WATER
SUPPLIES (2) and check all connections for leaks.
1
Remove AERATOR (3).
Operate both HANDLES (1) to flush water lines thoroughly.
1
Replace AERATOR (3).
CHECK DRAIN CONNECTIONS
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.
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5
Release POP-UP KNOB (4) down and check all drain
connections and "P" trap for leaks. Tighten
if necessary.
WASTE
OUTLET
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“P” TRAP
INSTALLATION OF OPTIONAL METAL LEVER HANDLES
(Supplied with Faucet)
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5
Insert MOUNTING ROD ASSEMBLY (1) into METAL HANDLE (3),
HANDLE COLLAR (4) and O-RING (5).
3
1
Thread HANDLE ASSEMBLY (6) into ball of HANDLE BASE (7).
Apply pressure to the MOUNTING ROD ASSEMBLY (1)
while turning the HANDLE COLLAR (4), in order to tighten
firmly.
SERVICE
STOP
WASHER
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90
ALIGN HANDLES
To change direction of handle rotation,
proceed as follows:
Turn valve to OFF position.
Pull out INDEX CAP and remove
HANDLE SCREW.
Remove SPRING CLIP.
Lift STOP WASHER, turn 90˚ and replace.
Replace SPRING CLIP.
Replace ADAPTER, HANDLE, SCREW, and INDEX CAP.
1
Pull out INDEX CAP (1) and remove
HANDLE SCREW (2), HANDLE (3)
and ADAPTER (4).
2
3
Push ADAPTER (4) on VALVE STEM (5).
Find correct position of HANDLE (3) by
adjusting male teeth on ADAPTER (4) to
female teeth on HANDLE (3).
SPRING
CLIP
Replace HANDLE SCREW (2) and push
in INDEX CAP (1).
AERATOR may accumulate dirt causing distorted and
reduced water flow. Remove AERATOR and rinse clean.
If spout drips, operate handles several times from OFF
to ON position. Do not force - handles turn only 90˚.
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4
2
Thread PORCELIAN LEVER HANDLE (2) counter-clockwise
and remove INDEX BUTTON with MOUNTING ROD ASSEMBLY (1),
HANDLE COLLAR (4) and O-RING (5).
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4
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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.
CAM
Fig. B.
Fig. C.
DOWN
LIFTKNOB
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:
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.
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.
Fig. H.
LOGO
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.
Re-attach Cable. See “CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE” in
“Troublingshooting Guide” to complete installation. Stopper will be
in “Unlocked” mode and removable.
Fig. J.
DRAIN
Unlocked Mode
CAM
INSTALL CAM
Fig. K.
INSTALL
CAM CAP
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TIPS FOR REMOVING YOUR OLD DRAIN:
Most existing drains can be removed quickly and easily with only a pair of channellock pliers or a wrench. However, there may be situations where it is difficult to
remove your old drain or determine how the drain is disassembled. Depending upon
the existing Drain in your sink, it is either removed from above or below the sink.
The illustrations below show some typical drain installations and how they are disassembled from the sink.
The following tips can help with some of the more common challenges in drain removal:
Loosen nuts on P-Trap using channel locks. Suggest spraying nuts with spray lubricant to loosen any corrosion or
debris that may have built up. Remove P-Trap half from Tailpiece. Use bucket to catch any residual water in P-trap.
Unthread Pivot Rod Nut from Drain Body and remove. Pull Stopper out from Drain Body.
For Drains that are removed from below Sink:
Loosen Mounting Nut as far down as it will go. Push Drain Body up into Sink and unthread Metal Flange from Drain
Body. Remove Drain Body from below sink.
For Drains that are removed from above Sink:
Unthread Tailpiece from Drain Body.
Loosen and remove Mounting Nut and Gasket on Drain Body using channel locks. Suggest spraying nut with spray
lubricant to loosen any corrosion or debris that may have built up. Push Drain Body up into the Sink and remove.
Note: If Drain body rotates while loosening Mounting Nut, insert a screw driver into overflow hole to prevent Drain
Body from rotating while Mounting Nut is removed.
Required tools
Channel Locks
Adjustable Wrench
WHEN DRAIN IS REMOVED
FROM BELOW SINK
METAL OR PLASTIC TWO PIECE
DRAIN BODY
Phillips Screwdriver
WHEN DRAIN IS REMOVED FROM ABOVE SINK
METAL DRAIN BODY WITH
PLASTIC TAILPIECE
PLASTIC DRAIN BODY
WITH PLASTIC TAILPIECE
SCREWDRIVER
STOPPER
METAL
DRAIN
BODY
STOPPER
UNTHREAD
METAL
FLANGE
METAL OR
PLASTIC
DRAIN BODY
FINISHED
WALL
PLASTIC
DRAIN BODY
SINK
SINK
PIVOT
ROD NUT
STOPPER
MOUNTING
NUT
SINK
MOUNTING
NUT and
GASKET
PIVOT
ROD NUT
PIVOT
ROD NUT
PLASTIC
TAILPIECE
P-TRAP
HALF
P-TRAP
HALF
FINISHED
WALL
MOUNTING
NUT and
GASKET
PLASTIC
TAILPIECE
FINISHED
WALL
P-TRAP
HALF
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