American Standard 751711-100 Hot Tub User Manual

CADENZA™
HIGH GLOSS ACRYLIC
SHOWN LESS ALL FITTINGS
6060.XXXWSERIES
WHIRLPOOL
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1949mm
(76-3/4 REF.)
m
m 6)
05 /1
16 3-3
(6
m
m )
84 1/2
13 54(
C/L
OUTLINE OF
CUTOUT
PROVIDE ACCESS TO PUMP FOR SERVICE
ON ALL INSTALLATIONS
NOTE: APRON ASSEMBLY WILL PROVIDE REQUIRED
ACCESS FOR SERVICING
975mm
(38-3/8)
SEAT AREA
1661mm
(65-3/8)
PUMP
178mm x 381mm
(7 x 15) CUTOUT
346mm
(13-5/8)
143mm
(5-5/8)
ON/OFF SWITCH
RECOMMENDED FITTING
LOCATION 64 X 381mm (2-1/2 X 15)
254mm
(10)
C/L OF
DRAIN
C/L OF OVERFLOW
89mm
(3-1/2)
114mm
(4-1/2)
LEVELING STRINGER
NOT FOR SUPPORT
THANK
Y OU...
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
installation are your selected fittings and electrical
connections for a whirlpool.
To insure maximum performance and pleasure from
this product, please follow the instructions and
cautions.
List of Optional Components (not included):
• Apron Kit 0707.200*
• Tile Bead Kit 751755-100*
List of Required Components (not included):
• Drain 1583.470*
• Bath Filler*
E-Z-Install™ HEATER
495mm
(19-1/2)
51mm
(2)
546mm
83mm
(3-1/4)
* see your American Standard Distributor
(21-1/2)
38mm
(1-1/2)
INTEGRAL FEET
SUPPORT
1-1/2 N.P.T. THREAD
ROUGH FLOOR
1-1/2 O.D. TAILPIECE
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 6060 WHIRLPOOL
76-3/4 x 65-3/8 x 21-1/2 In. (1949 x 1661 x 546mm)
INSTALLED SIZE
105 Lbs. (48 Kg.)
WEIGHT
822 Lbs. (370 Kg.)
WEIGHT w/WATER
86 Gal. (326 L)
GAL. TO OVERFLOW
71 Gal. (269 L)
WHIRLPOOL MIN. OPERATING VOL.
45 x 40 In. (1143 x 1016mm)
BATHING WELL AT SUMP
49 x 43 In. (1245 x 1092mm)
BATHING WELL AT RIM
15-3/8 In. (391mm)
WATER DEPTH TO OVERFLOW
24 Lbs./Sq.Ft. (114 Kgs./Sq.m)
FLOOR LOADING
(PROJECTED AREA)
41.7
PTS.
CUBE (FT 3 )
68.4
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 3 or 2 x 2 Stringers
• Drop Cloth
• 20 amp GFI Outlet
• Cement, Plaster, Grout
WHIRLPOOL ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SYSTEM II PUMP
2.1 HP, 15.6 AMPS,120V.
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. After installation, and before
enclosing with wallboard, tile, etc., water test the unit and check for leaks.
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. Check for availability of optional American Standard wall tiling bead
(required for recess installations).
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.
FOR AFTER-SALES SERVICE CALL 1 (800) 442-1902 WEEKDAYS.
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All product names listed herein are trademarks
of American Standard Inc. unless otherwise noted.
INSTALLATION AND FRAMING INSTRUCTIONS
The variety of installations possible for this whirlpool may require framing procedures other than those shown. Locate studs as
required. 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.
NOTE: The apron should not be used as the primary access opening.
1. Position the whirlpool into the installation opening and level the deck, shimming the integral support feet as 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 whirlpool and attach a 2 x 4 stringer to the studs, with the top of the stringer touching the traced line.
3. Install drain components to the whirlpool following the manufacturers 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 for
suggested opening size and location dimensions.
4. 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 (e.g. Sakrete), mortar, or grout will help provide a solid and secure installation.
FIG. 1
TILE
WALLBOARD
TILE
BEAD
STRIP
SEALANT
BATH
ADHESIVE
495mm
(19-1/2)
LEVELING
STRINGER
NOTE: Tile bead kit not included and must be
purchased separately.
TYPICAL INSTALLATION
TRACED OUTLINE
CUTOUT*
19-1/2
(495mm)
WHIRLPOOL
ACCESS
PA N E L
*SEE CUTOUT TEMPLATE PROVIDED. FOR UNITS WITH
OPTIONAL APRON PANEL, SEE APRON INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION 751680-100.
UNLESS AN ACCESS OPENING OF AT LEAST
12" X 24" (305 X 610MM) IS PROVIDED,
WARRANTY SERVICE WILL NOT BE PERFORMED.
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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
60 inches (1524mm) 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 2/3
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. 8 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
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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.
WHIRLPOOL
E-Z INSTALL™ HEATER
Pressure Switch
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 “ON” LIGHT
FACTORY INSTALLED - NOT FOR RESALE
HEATER P/N: 753174-100
Indicator Light
This light turns on whenever the heater is operating.
Bonding Lug on
Heater Housing
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. (2) Drain
water from the tub. (3) Remove power from heater by unplugging at receptacle or turning off circuit breaker. (4) The heater circuit will
automatically reset in less than 15 minutes. (5) Restore power to the heater. (6) Whirlpool bath is now ready to use.
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.
SEPARATE
15 AMP GFCI OUTLET
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
(HEATER)
HEATER ON
BLACK
WHITE
120 VAC
E-Z INSTALL™
WHIRLPOOL
HEATER
(PUMP/MOTOR)
GND.
RUN 8 AWG SOLID COPPER
CONDUCTORS FROM
HEATER BONDING LUG TO
PUMP/MOTOR FRAME LUG
AND FROM PUMP/MOTOR
LUG TO APPROVED
GROUND AS SHOWN
HEATER
SEPARATE 15 AMP GFCI OUTLET
for 1.6 H.P. PUMP
SEPARATE 20 AMP GFCI OUTLET
for2.1 H.P. PUMP
FIRST COPPER
CONDUCTOR
SECOND
COPPER
CONDUCTOR
BLACK
WHITE
120 VAC
TO GROUND
PUMP/MOTOR
GND.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
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PUMP/MOTOR FRAME WITH
BONDING LUGS
WIRE SELECTION GUIDE
Maximum distance fr om
fusebox to motor
Motor
Hi Per for mance
Rating
50'
2.1
12
100'
150'
200'
115V Power Line
10
8
8
The sizes shown on this
char t ar e r ecommendations
for copper conductors
only. Always follow
local and national
electrical codes
DRAIN CONNECTION AND SYSTEM TEST
Using recommended drain opening, connect whirlpool drain to waste line. 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 2" 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.
FEATURES of YOUR NEW AMERICAN STANDARD ACRYLIC BATHTUB
Your new acrylic bathtub has been molded in the newest plumbing fixture material available today. Acrylics are
tough durable finishes that are simple 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 is resistant to impact and chemicals and will retain its lasting
luster with proper care and maintenance.
AFTERCARE and CLEANING
• 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.
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