fIGure 9 Parts breakdown

fIGure 9 Parts breakdown
INDIVIDUAL PARTS
SC-15A
T-1
T-2
T-3
T-5
T-6
T-7
T-8
TA-10
T-11
T-12A
T-16
T-17
T-19/20
T-21C
T-23A
INDIVIDUAL PARTS
TA-4
Handle set screw
Hot renewable seat
Cold seat O-ring
Cold renewable seat
Hot washer screw
Hot washer
Cold washer retainer
Cold washer
Flow control spindle
Cap gasket
Cap assembly
Packing, O-ring and washer
Packing nut
Dome cover and lock nut
Diverter retainer
Diverter spindle (Model A)
(beige or gray)
Diverter spindle (Model B)
(black)
Spindle O-ring
Escutcheon
Diverter handle clip
Gasket
Escutcheon screws
Dial (Model A)
Dial (Model B)
Dial (Model C)
T-23B
T-24
T-27
T-27CL
T-27B
T-28
T-29A
T-29B
T-29C
COMPOSITE PARTS
TA-9
TA-10
TA-25A
(T-23A)
TA-25B
COMPOSITE PARTS
RC-14X
T-52
T-101
T-31
Single blade lever handle:
Set screw (SC-15A)
Stop spindle assembly/
escutcheon screw retainer
(T-52A)
Stop plaster shield (T-55B)
Acrylic handle:
Handle screw (T-32)
Plug button (T-33)
T3-31L
T3-31S
Hot seat (T-1)
Cold seat (T-3)
Cold seat O-ring (T-2)
Hot washer screw (T-5)
Hot washer (T-6)
Cold washer retainer (T-7)
Cold washer (T-8)
Cap gasket (T-11)
Spindle assembly
Diverter/volume spindle
O-ring (T-24) for Model A
tub/shower valve (beige
or gray)
Volume spindle (T-23B)
O-ring (T-24) for Model B
shower valve (black)
Temperature control handle:
Handle screw (T-32)
Plug button (T3-33R)
Loop style lever handle:
Insert (T3-31 INS)
Handle screw (T-32)
Plug button (T-33)
Solid style lever handle:
Insert (T3-31 INS)
Handle screw (T-32)
Plug button (T-33)SC-15A
Figure 9
Parts Breakdown
T-35A
T-34
T-35B
T-1 T-2 T-3
T-5 T-6 T-7 T-8
TA-4
TA-9
INCLUDES T-11
TA-10
T-11
T-16
T-17
T-19/20
T-12A
T-177
T-52A
T-55B
T-21C
MAIN
SECTION
OF VALVE
T-23A
T-23B T-24
TA-25A, TA-25B
T-176
TO BE DISCARDED
BEFORE INSTALLING
TRIM
FRON T VIE W OF
DIVERTER-VOLUM E
SPINDL E
T-52
T-55C
T-27CL
T3-31 INS
T-27B
T-27
T-28
(2)
T-29A T-29A-SS
T-29B T-29B-SS
T-29C T-29C-SS
SC-15A
(for T3-31L
and T3-31S
only)
T-30
T-31
T3-31L
Page 5
T3-31S
T-101
T-32
T-33
RC-14X
TEMPTROL®® SERIES SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
TEMPTROL SERIES SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
SERVICE
1. Shut off water supply to valve.
1.
2.
2.
3.
3.
4.
4.
5.
5.
6. Inspect top surfaces of hot and cold
seats and
replace of
if necessary.
ImporShut
off water
supply
valve.(T-33) and 6. Inspect
top surfaces
hot and cold
Remove
handle
plug to
button
tant:and
When
replacing
hot and
cold
seats
replace
if necessary.
Imporhandle (T-31).
Remove
handle plug button (T-33) and
seats,
always
replace
both
seats.
Even if
tant:
When
replacing
hot
and
cold
handle
Remove(T-31).
dial [T-29(A,B,C)] and escutchonlyalways
one seat
appears
seats,
replace
bothworn,
seats. both
Even seats
if
eon (T-27)
removing escutcheon
Remove
dialby[T-29(A,B,C)]
and escutchmust
beseat
replaced.
partboth
No. seats
(TA-4).
only
one
appearsUse
worn,
screws
(T-28).
Remove all
remaining trim.
eon
(T-27)
by removing
escutcheon
Afterbelong
years Use
of service,
if spindle
must
replaced.
part No.
(TA-4).
screws
(T-28).
Remove
all
remaining
trim.
Open valve to about warm position
After
longloose
yearsinofcold
service,
spindle with
is very
seat,if replace
Open
valve to cap
about
warm Warning:
position
and unscrew
(T-12A).
is part
very no.
loose
in cold
seat,
replace
with
(TA-4).
Use
seat
removal
tool
and
unscrew
Warning:
Failure
to do cap
this (T-12A).
will damage
cap and
part
no. (TA-4).
seat removal
tool
[T-35(A,B)]
forUse
removal
and replaceFailure
do this assembly
will damage
cap and
spindle.toSpindle
(TA-10)
will
[T-35(A,B)]
for removal
and
replacement of (TA-4).
If seats
are
difficult
spindle.
Spindle
assembly
(TA-10)
will
be removed
with
cap. Leave
packing
ment
of (TA-4).
If seats
are difficult
to remove
and
tool shifts
damaging 8.
be
Leave
packing
nutremoved
(T-17) inwith
placecap.
while
unscrewing
tonotches,
remove and
tool shifts
damaging
relocate
tool in
second posinut
in place
while unscrewing
cap (T-17)
to avoid
distortion.
notches,
in second
tion of relocate
notches.tool
Tighten
both posiseats to
cap to avoid distortion.
tion
notches.
Tighten
both seats to
15offoot
pounds
of torque.
Ordinary service to eliminate drip15 foot pounds of torque.
Ordinary
service
to eliminate
drip- only
ping or not
shutting
off requires
7. The perforated end of the (TA-10)
ping
or not shutting
off requires
only
the replacement
of parts
supplied
in
7. The
perforated
end houses
of the (TA-10)
spindle
assembly
the balancing
the
replacement
of parts
supplied
in
spindle
theof
balancing
washer
and gasket
kit (TA-9).
Hold
pistonassembly
which ishouses
the heart
this pres- 9.
washer
(TA-9). Hold
piston
is thevalve.
heartThe
of this
pres-should
spindle and
withgasket
(T3-31)kithandle
while
sure which
balancing
piston
spindle
with
(T3-31)
handle
sure
balancing
valve.
The
piston
should
removing
hot
washer
screwwhile
and cold
be free to move back and forth
and
removing
hot washer
screw
and cold
beshould
free toclick
move
back
and
forth
and
washer retainer
(remove
retainer
with
when the spindle assembly
washer
(remove retainer with
should click when the spindle assembly
channelretainer
lock pliers).
channel lock pliers).
is shaken. If deposits block this action,
tap theIf handle
of this
the action,
spindle
is shaken.
depositsend
block
a solid
free the piston.
tap against
the handle
endobject
of the to
spindle
Soaking
in object
household
vinegar
will
against
a solid
to free
the piston.
help in
free
foreign matter.
this does
Soaking
household
vinegarIfwill
piston,
replace
(TA-10)
helpnot
freefree
foreign
matter.
If this
does spindle
NOT(TA-10)
TAMPER
WITH
not assembly.
free piston,DO
replace
spindle
assembly.
DO NOT CYLINDER
TAMPER WITH
PERFORATED
ON THE
PERFORATED
CYLINDEROR
ONATTEMPT
THE
SPINDLE ASSEMBLY
SPINDLE
ASSEMBLY
ORPISTON.
ATTEMPT
REMOVAL
OF THE
REMOVAL
OF THE
PISTON.
8.
Reassemble,
reversing
above proReassemble,
reversing
aboveassembly
procedure, be
sure spindle
is
cedure,
be close
sure spindle
assembly
is screwdrawn
to the cap
before
drawn
to the
capvalve.
before
screwing close
cap back
into
WARNING:
ing FAILURE
cap backTO
intoDO
valve.
THISWARNING:
WILL DAMAGE
FAILURE
TO DO
THIS WILL DAMAGE
CAP AND
SPINDLE.
CAP AND SPINDLE.
9. USE ONLY SYMMONS GENUINE REPAIR
USEPARTS.
ONLY SYMMONS
REPAIR
FAILURE TOGENUINE
DO SO WILL
VOID
PARTS.
FAILURE
TO
DO
SO
WILL
VOID
ALL WARRANTIES AND IMPAIR
PROPER
ALL OPERATION
WARRANTIESOF
AND
IMPAIR
PROPER
YOUR
VALVE.
OPERATION OF YOUR VALVE.
TROUBLESHOOTINGCHART
CHART
Trouble Shooting TROUBLESHOOTING
Chart
Problem
Problem
Cause
Cause
Solution (Follow service instructions)
Solution (Follow service instructions)
Valve will not pass water.
Valve will not pass water.
Hot and cold water not turned on.
Hot and cold water not turned on.
Turn on both supplies. Valve will not operate
Turnunless
on both
supplies.
Valve
will not
operate
both
HOT and
COLD
water
pressure is
unless
bothon.
HOT and COLD water pressure is
turned
turned on.
Hot and cold washers are worn, or foreign
Replace Hot and Cold washers, inspect top
Hot and cold washers are worn, or foreign
Replace Hot and Cold washers, inspect top
surface on hot and cold seats and replace if
matter (solder, chips, etc.) are between washers
matter (solder, chips, etc.) are between washers
surface on hot and cold seats and replace if
and seat surfaces
necessary.
necessary.
and seat surfaces
Valve leaks when shut off.
Valve leaks when shut off.
Temperature control handle is turned from
Temperature control handle is turned from
cold to hot (or hot back to cold) and volume
cold to hot (or hot back to cold) and volume
from spout or head is not constant.
from spout or head is not constant.
Pressure balancing piston housed in spindle
Pressure balancing piston housed in spindle
assembly is blocked from free movement by
assembly is blocked from free movement by
foreign matter.
foreign matter.
With valve open half way, remove handle and
With valve open half way, remove handle and
tap spindle with plastic hammer. If problem
tap spindle with plastic hammer. If problem
not solved, remove spindle assembly comnot solved, remove spindle assembly completely and tap handle against solid object to
pletely and tap handle against solid object to
piston.
Soaking
in household
vinegar
free free
piston.
Soaking
in household
vinegar
will will
help
free
foreign
matter.
help free foreign matter.
Valve delivers
deliverssufficient
sufficientquantity
quantityofofcold,
cold,but
but
Valve
little hot,
hot, or
or the
thereverse
reverseofofthis.
this.
little
Same
above
Same
as as
above
Same
as above
Same
as above
Temperature varies
varieswithout
withoutmoving
movinghandle.
handle.
Temperature
Same
above
Same
as as
above
Same
as above
Same
as above
Valve delivery
deliverytemperature
temperaturereduces
reducesgradually
gradually Overdraw
Overdraw
water
supply,
running
Valve
onon
hothot
water
supply,
i.e.,i.e.,
running
during use;
use; must
mustbe
beturned
turnedon
ontotohotter
hotterposiposi- out
out
water.
during
of of
hothot
water.
tions to
to maintain
maintainconstant
constanttemperature.
temperature.
tions
Reduce
maximum
by using
volume
Reduce
maximum
flow flow
by using
volume
control
adjustment
on valve
or shower
control
adjustment
on valve
or shower
head.head.
will allow
longer
period
use before
This This
will allow
longer
period
of useofbefore
overdrawing
hot water
supply.
overdrawing
hot water
supply.
Valve delivers
delivershot
hotwater
waterwhen
wheninitially
initiallyopened
opened Valve
Valve
is piped
incorrectly,
supply
If piping
is accessible,
correct
piping
connecValve
is piped
incorrectly,
i.e.,i.e.,
thethe
hothot
supply
is is If piping
is accessible,
correct
piping
connecand water
water turns
turnscolder
colderwhen
whenthe
thehandle
handleis is
piped
cold
inlet
to the
valve
to valve.
the valve.
If piping
not accessible,
and
piped
to to
thethe
cold
inlet
to the
valve
andand
the the
coldcoldtionstions
to the
If piping
is notisaccessible,
rotated in
in aa counter-clockwise
counter-clockwisedirection.
direction.
supply
is piped
inlet
of the
valve.
contact
factory
to order
a reverse
seat and
rotated
supply
is piped
to to
thethe
hothot
inlet
of the
valve.
contact
factory
to order
a reverse
seat and
(T-108
installations
may require
tool tool
(T-108
KIT). KIT).
OlderOlder
installations
may require
replacement
of hot
theseat
hot (T-1)
seat as
(T-1)
as well
replacement
of the
well
tub/showervalves,
valves,when
whendiverter
diverteris issetsetinin
In tub/shower
shower position
positionaatrickle
trickleofofwater
waterruns
runsfrom
from
shower
tub spout.
spout.
design
function
of this
valve
to allow
AA
design
function
of this
valve
is tois allow
a trickle
water
from
spout
when
a trickle
of of
water
from
thethe
tubtub
spout
when
diverter
is set
forfor
shower
position,
ThisThis
trickle
of of
diverter
is set
shower
position,
trickle
water
is necessary
to ensure
safesafe
operation
in in
water
is necessary
to ensure
operation
that
thethe
valve
willwill
be be
shut
off off
at main
handle
that
valve
shut
at main
handle
and
NOT
with
diverter
handle.
and
NOT
with
diverter
handle.
Symmons Industries, Inc. ■ 31 Brooks Drive ■ Braintree, MA 02184
9/03
9/03 796-6667, (781) 848-2250 ■ Fax (800) 961-9621, (781) 843-3849
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