Installation Instructions / Warranty Talis 32040XX1 32240XX1 Talis Lavatory Faucet 32040XX1 Talis Bidet Faucet 32240XX1 32040XX1 32240XX1 Technical Data Maximum flow rate 2.2 gpm Operating pressure: max. 145 psi Recommended operating pressure: 14.5 - 72 psi Test pressure: 232 psi Hot water temperature: max. 176° F* Recommended hot water temp.: 120° - 140° F* Hole size in mounting surface 1 1/4” Max. mounting surface depth: 1 5/8” 3/8” supply hoses require stops with 3/8” compression fittings (not included) The bidet faucet is not for use on a bidet with a vertical spray. *Please know and follow all applicable local plumbing codes when setting the temperature on the water heater. Caution: Do not bend or twist the supply hoses! Installation Flush the hot and cold supplies thoroughly before installing the faucet! Place the faucet and sealing washer on the mounting surface. If the mounting surface is less than 3/16” thick, trim the sealing washer so that it is even with the bottom of the mounting surface. From beneath the mounting surface, install the slide washer and collar nut. Tighten the collar nut by hand. slide washer collar nut Use 3/8” compression fittings (not included) to connect the supply hoses to the hot and cold stops. Use two wrenches, as shown in the diagram, to prevent hose twisting. For proper operation of the faucet, the hot supply should be on the left, and the cold supply should be on the right. Install the pop-up drain and pull rod. Turn on the water and check all connections for leaks. If desired, re-set the high temperature limit stop. Install the Pop-up Drain plunger Remove the plunger assembly. height adjuster Unscrew the drain outlet flange from the tee. flange Unscrew the tailpiece from the tee. Wrap the threads with plumbers’ thread tape and replace. Install the white, flexible sealing gasket to the flange. Place it in the sink outlet. From under the sink, install the black mack gasket, white friction ring and retainer nut to the flange. Do not tighten the nut against the bottom of the sink at this time. Thread the tee and tailpiece to the flange. The pivot must face the faucet. If necessary, turn the drain assembly. Tighten the retainer nut. sealing gasket pull rod mack gasket friction ring retainer nut tee pivot ball nut Place the plunger assembly in the drain. Install the horizontal rod so that the end goes through the loop in the bottom of the height adjuster. Install and hand tighten the pivot ball nut. tailpiece horizontal rod swivel connector Attach the swivel connector to the end of the horizontal rod. Attach the swivel connector to the end of the pull rod. Position as desired and tighten with a small, flathead screwdriver. Re-set the High Temperature Limit Stop (optional) Close the drain or cover it with a wash cloth. Use a 4 mm Allen wrench to push the screw cover into the handle. Retrieve the screw cover when the handle is removed. Use the 4mm Allen wrench to loosen the handle screw 4 complete revolutions. Remove the handle and put it in a safe place. Remove the decorative nut cover and put it in a safe place. Remove the handle screw from the stem of the cartridge. Remove the high temperature limit stop. Replace the high temperature limit stop so that the pin on the cartridge is in the desired slot on the limit stop. Note: the temperatures given in the diagram assume a water heater temperature of 140o F, a cold water temperature of 50o F and a water pressure of 45 PSI. Replace the decorative nut cover. Replace the handle screw. Use the Allen wrench to turn the screw 4 revolutions. Replace the handle. Finish tightening the handle screw. Turn on the water and test the faucet. User Instructions Pivot the handle up to turn the water on, down to turn the water off. Pivot the handle to the left for warmer water, to the right for colder water. Replacement Parts 2 3 4 1 10 6 5 1 handle 1.1 screw cover 2 flange 3 nut 4 cartridge cpl. 5 seal 6 aerator cpl. 7 fixing set 8 connection hose 9 pull rod 10 ball joint 9 6 7 8 1.1 32096000 96338000 97406000 97209000 92730000 95008000 13912000 96016000 96321001 96657000 92036000 Cleaning Recommendation for Hansgrohe Products Modern faucetry and shower products utilize a combination of materials to comply with the needs of the market with regard to design and functionality. To avoid damage, it is necessary to use some caution when cleaning. Damage caused by improper treatment is not covered under the Hansgrohe warranty. Cleaning Materials for Faucets and Showers • • • • To remove lime scale, use only products made specifically for that purpose. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using. Do not use cleaners that contain hydrochloric, formic, acetic, or phosphoric acids, as these will cause considerable damage to finishes and to plastic components. Never mix cleaning materials. Never use cleaners containing abrasives. Do not use abrasive cleaning cloths, pads, or sponges. Cleaning Procedures • • • • Clean your faucets and shower products as and when required. Regular cleaning will prevent scale buildup and water spotting. Follow the label instructions. Do not allow any cleaner to remain on the product for longer than necessary. When using spray cleaners, spray first onto a sponge or cloth – do not spray directly onto the product. After cleaning, rinse thoroughly with clear water to remove any cleaner residue. Important • Soap and shampoo residue can also cause damage to the product. Rinse well with clean water after use. • If the surface is already damaged, harsh cleaning materials will cause further damage. Limited Lifetime Consumer Warranty This product has been manufactured and tested to the highest quality standards by Hansgrohe, Inc. (“Hansgrohe”). This warranty is limited to Hansgrohe products which are purchased by a consumer in the United States after March 1, 1996, and installed in either the United States or Canada. WHO IS COVERED BY THE WARRANTY This warranty extends to the original consumer purchaser only. This warranty is non-transferable. WHAT IS COVERED BY THE WARRANTY This warranty covers only your Hansgrohe manufactured product. Hansgrohe warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship as follows: Hansgrohe will repair at no charge for parts only or, at its option, replace any product or part of the product that proves defective because of improper workmanship and/or material, under normal installation, use, service and maintenance. If Hansgrohe is unable to provide a replacement and repair is not practical or cannot be timely made, Hansgrohe may elect to refund the purchase price in exchange for the return of the product. LENGTH OF WARRANTY Replacement or repaired parts of products will be covered for the term of this warranty as stated in the following two sentences. If you are a consumer who purchased the product for use primarily for personal, family, or household purposes, this warranty extends for as long as you own the product and the home in which the product is originally installed. If you purchased the product for use primarily for any other purpose, including, without limitation, a commercial purpose, this warranty extends only (i) for 1 year, with respect to Hansgrohe and Commercial products, and (ii) for 5 years, with respect to AXOR products. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER, AND HANSGROHE WILL NOT PAY FOR: A. Conditions, malfunctions or damage not resulting from defects in material or workmanship. B. Conditions, malfunctions or damage resulting from (1) normal wear and tear, improper installation, improper maintenance, misuse, abuse, negligence, accident or alteration, or (2) the use of abrasive or caustic cleaning agents or “no-rinse” cleaning products, or the use of the product in any manner contrary to the product instructions. (3) Conditions in the home such as excessive water pressure or corrosion. C. Labor or other expenses for the disconnection, deinstallation, or return of the product for warranty service, or for installation or reinstallation of the product (including but not limited to proper packaging and shipping costs), or for installation or reinstallation of the product. D. Accessories, connected materials and products, or related products not manufactured by Hansgrohe. TO OBTAIN WARRANTY PARTS OR INFORMATION Contact your Hansgrohe retailer, or contact Technical Service at: Hansgrohe Inc. 1492 Bluegrass Lakes Parkway Alpharetta GA 30004 Toll-free (800) 334-0455. In requesting warranty service, you will need to provide 1. 2. 3. The sales receipt or other evidence of the date and place of purchase. A description of the problem. Delivery of the product or the defective part, postage prepaid and carefully packed and insured, to Hansgrohe Inc. 1492 Bluegrass Lakes Parkway, Alpharetta, Georgia 30004, Attention: Technical Service, if required by Hansgrohe. When warranty service is completed, any repaired or replacement product or part will be returned to you postage prepaid. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT (OR, IN LIMITED CIRCUMSTANCES, REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE) AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE PURCHASER. HANSGROHE NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON TO CREATE FOR IT ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PRODUCT. HANSGROHE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY (INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY). PRODUCT INSTRUCTIONS AND QUESTIONS Upon purchase or prior to installation, please carefully inspect your Hansgrohe product for any damage or visible defect. Prior to installing, always carefully study the enclosed instructions on the proper installation and the care and maintenance of the product. If you have questions at any time about the use, installation, or performance of your Hansgrohe product, or this warranty, please call or write to us or call us toll-free at 800 334 0455. Hansgrohe, Inc. • 1490 Bluegrass Lakes Parkway • Alpharetta, GA 30004 Tel. 770 360-9880 • Fax 770 360 9887 www.hansgrohe-USA.com US - Installation Instructions • Part No. 90571921 • Revised 01/2007 Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from State to State. You may be required by law to give us a reasonable opportunity to correct or cure any failure to comply before you can bring any action in court against us under the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.