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Shower-Hand Shower System, 4605 / 4600
Installation and Service Instructions
Model Number Series
Tools & Materials
4605.............. Shower HS System
4605-X........... Valve includes stops
4605-TRM..... Trim only
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3/32"
3 mm
4600.............. Shower Valve System
4600-X........... Valve includes stops
4600-TRM..... Trim only
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Decorative Finish Code
append to part numbers if applicable
-STN Satin Nickel
-- Chrome (standard)
Plumbers
Putty
1
2
3
4
Pipe t
n
Seala
Visual Guide Lucetta Shower-Hand Shower System, 4605 (4600)
Showerhead
mounting arm
304*
Hand shower kit
H501-V*
Hand shower
EF-121*
Showerhead
assembly
4-166*
Wall bracket
EF-106*
Diverter
dome cover
TW-206*
Escutcheon
assembly
TW-110A*
Connection elbow
EF-105*
Hand shower 5’
hose & vac breaker
EF-104*
Model 4600 only
Temp
limit
adjust
Push button
assembly
TW-202*
Handle
assembly.
TW-242A*
hot
supply
3/32"
Allen
screw
Valve dome
cover
T-19/20*
Notes: (1) Piping not included
(2) Valve protective shield (not shown), T-176A-MCH
(3) Diverter protective shield (not shown), Z-SMALL-TUBE
Control Valve and
Diverter Assembly
T-495-ASM
cold
supply
Service stop
(water shut-off
for servicing)
Mounting plate (2)
T-177
Installation Instructions
Rough-in Installation
Control valve assembly, piping
and fittings
Reference as required:
Page
Visual Guide....................................1
Dimensions illustration.................4
1) Mount valve assembly
Mounting plates Ensure plates
are seated against front of valve
assembly. (Using mounting plates
is optional when wall thickness is
greater than 3/4 inch.)
Valve service stops Ensure red
protective end-caps are installed
over service stops.
Valve assembly installation
Install through cutout holes in
wall with both mounting plates
flush against surface when
secured with attached piping.
2) Install piping and fittings
Shower head (T on diverter)
Pipe from primary outlet port
on diverter marked T to shower
head mounting arm location.
Hand shower connection
elbow
Pipe from secondary outlet port on
diverter marked S to hand shower
connection elbow location.
Hot & Cold Supply (H & C)
Pipe hot water supply to valve
input marked H and cold water
supply to valve input marked C.
3) Remove protective shields.
Diverter Remove tube seated
over end of diverter spindle.
Valve Remove shield snap fitted
Figure 1 Mounting plates
Valve spindle Attach plastic
protective shield to valve by
snap fitting over end of spindle.
over the end of valve spindle.
Service stops Remove two red
end-caps covering service stops.
4) Adjust valve spindle cap nut
■■ Turn hot & cold supplies on.
Valve will not operate unless
both hot and cold water supply
pressure are turned on.
finished wall
Diverter
protective shield
(4" tube)
■■ Tighten packing nut for positive
frictional resistance as handle
is rotated from shutoff position
across
adjustment
range.
Reference figure 3 below.
Valve
protective shield
5) Flush system, check for
leaks
■■ Turn valve to the warm position
and run for a few minutes.
■■ If system is dirty, remove valve
spindle in valve to ensure
proper flushing. See service
instructions.
Note: Do not install positive
shut-off devices on valve outlet
or devices that do not allow the
valve to flow at least 1 GPM at
50 psi inlet pressure.
■■ Check for leaks around valve
assembly and all pipe fittings.
6) Set limit stop screw
The limit stop screw limits valve
handle from being turned to
maximum position resulting in
excessive hot water discharge
temperatures.
■■ Place handle on control spindle
and open valve to maximum
desired temperature.
■■ Turn limit stop screw clockwise
until it seats. Reference figure 3.
Warning: Failure to
adjust the limit stop screw properly may result in serious scalding.
Trim Installation
1) Attach dome covers
Screw dome cover over end of
diverter and valve spindle.
limit stop
adjust
wall
Protective
end-caps
Figure 2 Protective shields
Ensure
protective tube is seated over
spindle as shown above.
packing
nut
control
spindle
stem
wall
Diverter spindle
Figure 3 Limit stop screw
Page 2
Figure 4 Dome covers
2) Fasten escutcheon to
valve assembly
Note: Steps 4-7 model 4605 only
4) Attach arm & showerhead
7) Mount hand shower wall
bracket
■■ Seat gasket against back of
escutcheon as shown in figure
below.
cradle
Escutcheon
gasket
rear view
1-3/4"stainless
steel screws
plastic
anchor
plugs
Figure 7 shower head and arm
Figure 10 Wall bracket
5) Attach hand shower wall
elbow connection
supply pipe to
hand shower
1/2"
■■ Place hand shower
in wall bracket
cradle and then
rotate cradle for
best position.
Figure 11 Hand shower cradle
rear
view
Shower Operation
Control Valve
Figure 5 Attach escutcheon
OFF (CW)
■■ Position escutcheon over valve/
assembly against finished wall
ensuring small cut-out at base of
escutcheon is facing down.
Turn valve to the OFF position by
rotating handle fully clockwise.
■■ Secure using long Philips head
screws.
Turn handle from the OFF position
counter-clockwise through the
cold, warm and hot positions for
approximately one full revolution.
ON (CCW) Adjust water temperature
3 mm
Figure 8 Connection elbow
3) Attach Handle
Attach handle and push-button
to end of spindles as shown
below.
push button
6) Attach hand shower
■■ Fasten end of hose with vacuum
breaker to connection elbow and
other end to hand shower.
vacuum
breaker
Philips head
screw
Hand shower Control
Hand shower Push (in position)
Water flows to the hand shower.
When Control Valve is turned
off control button reverts to the
Rainshower position
Rainshower Pull (out position)
button
plug
Water flows to the showerhead.
Care and Cleaning
handle
3/32" Allen
Figure 6 Attach handle
Figure 9 Attach handspray
Page 3
Clean finished area by using mild
soap and water or a non-abrasive
cleaner and then quickly rinse. A
non-abrasive wax may be used to
preserve finish area.
Dimensions Lucetta Shower-Hand Shower System, 4605
1/2" (12 mm)
Hole size
1" (25 mm) max.
Threads 1/2" IPS
5-1/2"
(138 mm)
diameter
6"
(153 mm)
10-5/8"
(270 mm)
finished wall
Mount elbow
either side of
center approx.
approx. 35"
(889 mm)
Screw into backing
using 1-3/4" pan head
screws with wall anchors.
6"
(152 mm)
snap-off
snap-on
cover
2-1/8"
(53 mm)
1-7/8"
(48 mm)
2-1/2"
(65 mm)
1/4"
(6 mm)
Hole size
1" (25 mm) max.
Threads 1/2" IPS
handspray
supply
Diverter
10-3/4"
(273 mm)
HOT
supply
5-7/16”
(138 mm)
6-1/2"
(165 mm)
COLD
supply
Front
view
5-7/16"
(138 mm)
6-7/16"
(173 mm)
2-5/16"
(59 mm)
Valve & diverter assembly
Hole size
3" (76 mm) min.
4" (102 mm) max.
Hole size
3" (76 mm) min.
4" (107 mm) max.
shower
supply
Control
valve
Mounting plate
(optional for walls
greater than 3/4")
1-3/4" (43 mm)
2-3/8" (60 mm)
Adjust ± 1/2" (13 mm)
Wall thickness when
using mounting plates
1/4" to 1-1/4"
(1.6 mm to 19 mm)
Page 4
approx. 32"
(1067 mm)
Floor
Parts Assembly Temptrol Control & Diverter Valve Assembly, T-495-ASM
Secondary outlet
port to handspray
Diverter
Valve
Spindle Assembly
p/n DT-20-TC
Primary
outlet port to
showerhead
Hot seat
removal tool (T-35A)
Temptrol
Control
Valve
Cold seat
removal tool
(T-35B)
“C” (cold supply)
“H” (hot supply)
Spindle cap assy.
& control spindle
(TA-10/12)
Service stop
assy & retainer
hot seat
Seat repair kit
cold seat
(TA-4)
Control spindle
(TA-10)
hot washer screw
hot washer
Control spindle cold washer retainer
washer repair kit
cold washer
(TA-9)
cap gasket
Cap washer
repair kit
(T-16)
Cap assembly
(T-12A)
Limit stop
screw adjust
cap gasket
cap
limit stop screw
o-ring
washer
packing
packing nut
Replacement Parts and Special Tools
Part
Number
Control
Valve
TA-4
X
TA-9
X
TA-10
X
T-12A
X
T-16
X
T-35A
X
T-35B
X
T-176A-MCH
X
DT-20-TC
Handspray
Diverter
X
Description
Hot and cold seat repair kit (requires tools p/n T-35A &T-35B)
Control spindle washer repair kit
Control spindle
Spindle cap assembly
Spindle cap washer repair kit
Hot seat removal tool
Cold seat removal tool
Plaster shield
Spindle Repair Kit
Page 5
Trouble Shooting Chart
Problem
Valve will not pass water
Cause
Solution
Both hot and cold water
supply are not turned on.
Turn on both supplies. Valve will not operate
unless both hot and cold water pressure is on.
Valve leaks when shut off.
Hot and cold washers are
worn or foreign matter (dirt,
chips) is lodged between
washers and seat surfaces.
1) Replace washers using control spindle washer
repair kit, p/n TA-9.
2) Replace hot & cold seats using hot/cold seat
repair kit, p/n TA-4.
Temperature control handle is
turned from cold to hot (or hot
back to cold) and volume from
spout or head is not constant.
Pressure balancing piston
housed in spindle assembly
is restricted from free
movement by foreign
matter.
1) Open valve half way, remove handle and tap
spindle with plastic hammer.
2)Check water pressure balancing piston in control
spindle assembly. See service instructions.
3)Replace control spindle, p/n TA-10
Valve delivers sufficient quantity of cold, but little hot, or
the reverse.
Temperature varies without
moving handle.
Valve delivery temperature
reduces gradually during use;
handle must be turned to hotter
positions to maintain constant
temperature.
Valve delivers hot water when
initially opened. Water turns
colder as handle is rotated in
a counter-clockwise direction
toward the hot position.
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Same as above
Overdraw on hot water supply (i.e. running out of hot
water)
Reduce maximum flow by using volume control
adjustment on valve or shower head. This will
allow longer period of use before overdrawing
hot water supply.
Valve is piped incorrectly
(i.e. the hot supply s piped
to the valve’s cold inlet and
the cold supply is piped to
the hot inlet.)
If piping is accessible, correct connections to
the valve. If piping is not accessible, order
a reverse seat and tool kit, p/n T-108. Older
installations may also require replacing the hot
seat, hot/cold seat repair kit, p/n TA-4
Service Instructions
Removing control spindle assembly
(Ref. Parts Assembly figure)
■■ Replace both seats even if only
one appears worn.
■■ Shut off water supply to valve
and remove control valve handle
and dome cover.
■■ Remove escutcheon plate by first
removing escutcheon screws.
■■ Turn valve’s control spindle to half
way position between minimum
and maximum rotation.
■■ Install and tighten both seats to
15 foot pounds of torque.
Important: Failure to
do this can damage
control spindle assembly.
■■ Unscrew both spindle cap and
control spindle assembly.
Hot/Cold Seat Repair Kit
Order p/n TA-4, T-35A and T-35B.
Installation requires both hot & cold
removal tools, p/n T-35A & T-35B.
■■ Remove control spindle assembly.
■■ Remove both seats with removal
tools.
Control Spindle Washer Repair Kit
Order p/n TA-9.
■■ Remove control spindle assembly.
■■ Remove cold washer by holding
spindle using valve handle and
unscrew cold washer retainer
using channel lock pliers.
■■ Remove hot washer by removing
hot washer screw.
Checking Water Pressure
Balancing Piston
The perforated end of the control
spindle assembly houses the water
pressure balancing piston which is
the heart of the valve.
■■ Remove control spindle assembly.
■■ Shake spindle assembly and listen
for clicking noise. Piston should
be free to slide back and forth the
full length of its travel.
■■ If piston appears restricted then
do the following:
(1) Tap the handle or stem end of
the spindle against a solid object
to free the piston.
(2) Try soaking in household
vinegar and repeat step (1).
■■ If unable to free piston, replace
control spindle assembly, p/n TA-10.
Important: Do not
attempt removal of
the piston.
Valve re-assembly
Reassemble by reversing above
procedures.
After the control spindle assembly
(TA-10) is threaded back into the
spindle cap assembly (TA-12A)
ensure control spindle is rotated
1/2 half turn clockwise from its
maximum counter clockwise
rotational position. Failure to do
this will damage assembly.
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©2014 Symmons Industries, Inc. ■ www.symmons.com ■ gethelp@symmons.com ■ ZV-580 ■ Rev A ■ 061814
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