Ford 2009 Mustang Automobile User Manual

MT620J
MODELS 2290, 2291, 2600, 2700, 5401, 62600, 62700, 72615, 72700
and MODEL SERIES T471, T473, T555, T666, T777 & T888
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE
LEFT WITH HOMEOWNER
TUB AND SHOWER VALVES
Available with three or four port castings, with and without stops.
Connections are either 1/2 inch I.P.S. pipe or 1/2 inch copper sweat connections.
If the Moen Slip Fit spout is used, a 1/2 inch copper drop and lookout may be used.
Measurements
These are shown in the drawings. The depth measurement is critical. Use
the front face of the plaster ground as a reference point for the finished
wall position, including tile (2-1/16" [52mm]). The center line of the supply
and discharge piping should be a maximum of 2-3/16" (56mm) and a minimum
of 1-7/16" (37mm) behind the finished wall surface.
IMPORTANT: SEE FLUSHING
INSTRUCTIONS PAGE 2
TUB/SHOWER
COMBINATION
TUB FILLER
OR SHOWER
FINISHED WALL
LINE
2-1/16"
(52mm)
HANDLE
COVER
HANDLE
KNOB
PLASTER
GROUND
WASHER
2-1/16"
(52mm)
6' 6"
1-1/4" (1981mm)
(32mm)
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
HANDLE
SCREW
HANDLE
LEVER
15/16"
(24mm)
ESCUTCHEON
32"
(813mm)
ADJUSTABLE
TEMPERATURE
LIMIT STOP
UP
45"
(1143mm)
HANDLE ASSEMBLY
48"
(1219mm)
FLOOR
CAUTION
USE 1/2"
IRON PIPE
SIZE
MINIMUM
OR 1/2"
TUBING.
Always turn water off before disassembling the valve. Open valve handle to
alleviate water pressure to insure that complete water shut-off has been
accomplished.
Before turning water on during either rough-in or trim-out, make sure that cartridge retainer clip is in place. The
cartridge and retainer clip were properly installed and tested before leaving the factory. Although it is unlikely, it is
nevertheless possible that through the handling of the valve by any number of persons the retainer clip may not be
properly installed. This should be carefully checked at time of rough-in and trim-out. If the retainer clip is not properly
installed, water pressure could force the cartridge out of the casting. Personal injury or water damage to the
premises could result.
CAUTION:
CLIP
EAR
WITHOUT STOPS
➤
WITH STOPS
➤
7" DIA
(178mm)
➤
7" DIA
(178mm)
SHOWER
➤
SHOWER
➤
➤
➤
➤
➤
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
➤
➤
➤
SUPPLY
SUPPLY
➤
➤
RUBBER STOP VALVE
(WITH SCREW DRIVER SLOT)
➤
➤
TUB
TUB
2" CC
(51mm)
➤
➤
➤
2-3/16" IPS
(56mm)
4-1/2"
(114mm)
PLASTER GROUND
SIZE AND WALL
OPENING
2-1/8" CC
(54MM)
➤
3-3/4" IPS
(95MM)
4-5/8" FOR C.C.
(117mm)
➤
Stop Operation
➤
6" FOR I.P.S.
(152mm)
CC - This type is integral with casting, actuated by screwdriver, and require a 90° turn to open or close. When the screwdriver slot is vertical, the rubber
stop is closed, and when the slot is horizontal, the rubber stop is open.
IPS - This type has been added to the basic shower casting and is actuated by screwdriver. The stop is opened by rotating in a counterclockwise
direction until it stops and closed by rotating in a clockwise direction until it bottoms.
Rough-In
MAKE SURE ALL WATER SUPPLIES ARE OFF.
4- port: (2700 SERIES): Install casting with "UP" at the top (arrow pointing up). If the valve
is to be used for both a shower and a tub, connect the top outlet to the shower and the bottom
outlet to the tub, using 1/2" iron pipe size or 1/2" copper water tube, 5/8" O.D. (If the valve is
to be used for a shower only or a tub only, plug the outlet not being used.)
3-port (2600 SERIES): These models may be used as either a shower or a tub filler. Since
they are factory set in the shower position, with the outlet up, you must reverse the position of
the cartridge retainer clip if you want to use the valve as a tub filler. Following "Disassembly"
instructions on page 3, pull the clip out from the bottom of the casting, rotate cartridge stem
180° and replace clip in the top, then proceed with installation, using 1/2" iron pipe size or
1/2" copper water tube.
WARNING: Secure all pipes and the shower and tub drop ells. Use Teflon tape on all
threads. Use a plain ell on the tub drop. A twin ell is not needed. Check system for leaks
before closing wall.
CAUTION
These valves are equipped with
Moen's long-life 1225 cartridge, designed for smooth, trouble free
operation. When soldering, do
not heat valve any higher than
necessary to flow the solder. Overheating may damage the cartridge
or rubber stop valves. Following
this direction will allow you to solder without removing the cartridge
or rubber stop valves.
WARNING: The cartridge and rubber stop valves MUST be removed
before either brazing or resistance
(electric) soldering.
Flushing
IMPORTANT: Before closing all wall openings, pressure test valve and complete system for
leaks using flushing instructions.
IMPORTANT:
Pipe chips, sand, stones, and other solids found in new or renovated plumbing can damage the sealing surface of the faucet cartridge and cause a leak.
To avoid damage, DO NOT OPERATE VALVE until you have followed these instructions:
1. After installing and connecting your new faucet, install shower arm but not showerhead before flushing.
2. Turn the valve on in the full cold position (handle pointing to the right) and turn on the cold supply for 15 seconds. Without closing the valve, turn
to the full hot position (handle pointing to the left) and turn on the hot supply for 15 seconds.
3. Turn the valve to the mixed position, divert water to the shower and run for an additional 15 seconds.
4. Turn off the water and check for leaks.
5. Install showerhead.
MT620J
Disassembly
Turn "OFF" both hot and cold water supplies, then open faucet to relieve pressure. Remove handle cover from handle knob. Take out handle screw and
remove handle knob, washer, and stop tube. Lift out retainer clip. Rotate cartridge shell back and forth with Moen cartridge twist wrench, grasp the cartridge
stem with pliers, and pull out the cartridge.
ALWAYS KEEP POINTER UP
NOTCHED FLAT
RETAINER
CLIP
ON STEM
WASHER
STOP
TUBE
HANDLE
SCREW
HANDLE
KNOB
HANDLE
COVER
EAR
CARTRIDGE
VALVE BODY
HANDLE
LEVER
ADJUSTABLE
TEMPERATURE
LIMIT STOP
UP
HANDLE SERVICE KIT
Reassembly
RUBBER STOP VALVE
Re-insert cartridge by pushing it all the way into the body until the front of the ears on the cartridge shell are flush and aligned with the body, (see illustration).
Replace the retainer clip so that the legs straddle the cartridge ears and slide down into the bottom slot in the body. This prevents the cartridge from rotating
and locks it in the body. The notched flat on the stem must point UP when mounting handle, with pointer UP. Re-install stop tube, handle parts and handle
knob or lever.
TO REMOVE STOP VALVE
Always turn water supply OFF before disassembly. Open faucet to alleviate sustained pressure.
Removal of stop valve:
1. Remove knob and escutcheon (pry off handle cap and remove handle screw).
2. Using snap ring pliers, remove retaining ring from valve body.
3. Grip stop valve stem with pliers and rotate slightly to remove from valve body.
Re-Installation of new stop valve:
1. Check to be sure that stop valve stem is fully seated in plug.
2. Insert stop valve until fully seated beyond retaining ring groove in valve body.
3. Using snap ring pliers, place retaining ring in valve body, making sure that ring is fully seated.
4. Check orientation of stop valve for water flow. (Stop is in the off position when screwdriver slot is vertical).
5. Turn water supply on.
Not for use with Moentrol valves.
Trim
MAKE SURE ALL WATER SUPPLIES ARE OFF.
FLANGE
C.C.
SHOWER: Install flange on long end of arm. Wrap threads on both ends of shower
arm with Teflon tape. Screw long end of shower arm into wall. Install showerhead.
SHOWERHEAD
C.C. SPOUT: The Moen Slip Fit spout is designed with an O-ring seal. It is specifically
designed for installation with copper water tube. Lookout must be free from burrs inside
and out. The edge must not be rolled inward from a dull tubing cutter. The outside
surface must be free from nicks and scratches.
Press and twist the spout onto the lookout upside down. Tighten the clamp screw with
a 5/32" hex wrench until it just starts to bind. Turn spout upright into position against
the wall and finish tightening the clamp screw by hand. The use of pliers or another
wrench on the hex wrench is not necessary. Do not overtighten.
SHOWER ARM
ESCUTCHEON
SCREWS (2)
ESCUTCHEON
C.C.
CLAMP SCREW
I.P.S.
TUB LOOKOUT
NIPPLE
I.P.S.
I.P.S.
TUB SPOUT
C.C.
IPS SPOUT:
CAUTION: This spout is A.B.S. plastic and will crack when in contact with some pipe thread compounds. Please read the pipe compound label to be certain.
We recommend using Teflon tape thread sealant.
Screw tub spout onto pipe and tighten by hand. If final turn by wrench is needed, use small wrench with smooth jaws; otherwise, pad wrench teeth with rag
as shown. DO NOT INSERT TOOL INTO SPOUT END TO TURN SPOUT. (Continued on last page).
(Continued from page 3)
ESCUTCHEON: Remove screw holding plaster ground in place. Discard plaster ground. Temporarily install handle knob or lever. Turn on water and check
system for leaks. If there are no leaks, turn OFF water and remove handle knob or lever. Install escutcheon plate with two screws provided Mount with the
notch UP. Install stop tube. The notched flat on the cartridge stem must point UP when mounting the handle knob or lever. Mount handle knob or lever on
the stem and replace handle screw tightly. Snap handle cover in place on the handle.
IMPORTANT FINAL CHECK: If above instructions have been followed correctly there will be clearance between the handle and the escutcheon when the
handle is pushed into the closed position, otherwise the valve will not shut off.
To Eliminate Cross-Piping On Back-To-Back Installations or To Correct
Reversed Rough-In Where Hot and Cold Positions Are Reversed:
Remove handle knob or handle lever, handle parts and stop tube (see "Disassembly"). Turn valve stem around so that the notched flat is turned one half
turn or 180 degrees. Re-install handle parts and handle knob or lever. Tighten handle screw securely; replace handle cover (on knob handles).
Cleaning & Care Instructions
for Special Finish Models:
All that is necessary to clean these faucets is to wipe them with a soft, damp cloth such as terrycloth. Warm water will remove dry
water spots.
CAUTION: DO NOT use cleansers which contain abrasives or harsh chemicals. NEVER use alcohol or other organic solvents. A high
quality, non-abrasive wax polish applied occasionally, will help to preserve the deep tones of the finish.
HELPLINE: Call our toll free Helpline number,
(800) BUY - MOEN
(289-6636)
for answers to any product, installation, replacement
parts, or warranty questions.
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MT620J AUG '96
25300 Al Moen Dr., North Olmsted, OH 44070-8022 U..S.A.
© Moen Incorporated 1996
Printed in U.S.A
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