S-1495 - Speakman
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODELS
S-1495
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
IMPORTANT
Freeze damage to the shower unit will void
the warranty. It is important to winterize the
complete shower unit. The unit must be
drained of all water in freezing conditions.
This includes removing the valve cartridge
and the showerhead from the unit. Store the
valve cartridge and showerhead indoors.
Thread Seal
Tape
1/2” Hex Key
Wrench
Adjustable
Wrench
3
Phillips
Screwdriver
1
Caution- When outdoor temperature rise
above 90 degrees, use caution to prevent
scalding from water stored within the unit. It is
recommended to flush the unit by turning it on
for 30 seconds before entering the shower
water. This will avoid accidental scalding by
the user and ensure safe use of the shower
unit.
2
3
2x
SAFETY TIPS
Cover your drain to prevent loss of parts. Be sure to
always wear proper eye protection.
If the components in Step 2 did not stay
together, insert the Union Adapter (2) into the
Union Nut (1), followed by the Union Washer(3).
After applying Thread Seal Tape to the Union
Adapter, thread the assembly into the COLD
Inlet. Tighten with a 1/2” Allen Wrench. Repeat
for HOT Inlet.
1
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
1) Shut off the hot & cold water supplies to the valve.
Remove the handle screw & handle. Remove trim plate
screw & trim plate.
Install the HOT and COLD supply lines for the
Valve, either through the wall, from the ceiling,
or from the floor. For ceiling and floor mounts,
hold 1” from finished wall to center of supply
lines. See rough-in diagram on last page.
4
Retrieve the Union Body. After the application
of Thread Seal Tape, thread the Union Body
onto the COLD supply line and tighten with
the Adjustable Wrench. Repeat for HOT supply.
2) With the valve in the OFF position, remove the (4)
valve bonnet screws. Carefully remove the bonnet.
3) If necessary, remove the balancing/regulating
cartridge from the valve body by pulling on the valve
spindle or the blue cap of the cartridge. Make sure the
lower rubber quad rings (2) are installed in the bottom
of the cartridge and not in the valve body.
* S-1495-AF shown. Showerhead may vary
between models.
NEED HELP?
For additional assistance or service please contact:
SPEAKMAN® Company
400 Anchor Mill Road
New Castle, DE 19720
800-537-2107
customerservice@speakmancompany.com
www.speakmancompany.com
92-S-1495-R3
4) Replace the necessary parts with new parts. When
replacing the balancing/regulating cartridge, make
sure that the rubber quad-rings (2) are properly
installed in the recesses on the bottom of the cartridge.
These quad-rings seal over the hot & cold inlet holes
inside the body. When replacing the cartridge, make
sure the “H” on the cartridge cover is on the hot
supply side and the “C” on the cartridge cover is on
the cold supply side.
5) Make sure the large bonnet O-ring seal is installed
and seated properly in the valve body. Reassemble the
valve bonnet, making sure the “UP” on the bonnet is in
the up position. Tighten the (4) bonnet screws. Turn
ON the hot & cold water supplies. Check valve for
leaks.
6) To limit the maximum hot water temperature the
valve delivers, adjust the valve’s temperature limit stop
(TLS) plate. Slip the retaining O-ring and the TLS plate
towards the end of the spindle. Rotate the valve handle
clockwise to the maximum desired hot water
temperature. Position the TLS plate so it contacts the
lug on the valve bonnet and therefore restricts the
clockwise rotation of the handle. Slip the retaining
O-ring back into the groove of the spindle. Turn off the
valve and remove the handle.
7) Reassemble the trim parts, reversing the above
procedure.
1/2” NPT Connection
2x
2
Disassemble the two Unions. Start by loosening
the Union Nut (1). The Union Adapter (2) and
Union Washer (3) usually stay affixed to the
Union Nut. Place the Union Body (4) to the side.
1
2
3
4
2x
5
Apply Thread Seal Tape to both ends of Shower
Arm Gooseneck, and Bottom Plug. Thread
Shower Arm Gooseneck into Valve Body being
sure to properly align outlet. Install Plug into
bottom port of Valve Body and wrench tighten.
6
Insert the Valve Assembly between the installed
Union Bodies. Thread Union Nuts onto Valve
Body and wrench tighten, being sure Shower
Arm Gooseneck is in a true vertical position.
Turn on water supply and check for leaks.
9
ROUGH-IN DIAGRAM
The Handle and Dial Cap must be removed to
adjust the Temperature Limit Stop. Remove the
Handle Screw (1), then slide the Handle (2) off.
Remove the Dial Cap Screw (3) followed by
sliding off the Dial Cap.
7 1"
4
184.29mm
3
1
4
6"
152.24mm
S-2252
2
7
Install Wall Bracket to upper pipe using Supplied
Screws. Mounting location is optional. In drywall
or tile applications, be sure to use appropriate
hardware.
10
To limit the maximum hot water temperature the
valve delivers, adjust the valve’s temperature limit
stop (TLS) plate as shown below.
1) Slip the retaining O-ring and the TLS plate
towards the end of the spindle.
2) Rotate the valve spindle clockwise to the
maximum desired hot water temperature.
3) Positition the TLS plate so it contacts the lug on
the valve bonnet and therefore restricts the
clockwise rotation of the spindle.
18 7 "
8
479.59mm
Pipe Strap
W/ Screws
(Location
Optional)
Hot Inlet
Union
Cold Inlet
Union
4) Slip the retaining O-ring back into the groove
of the spindle to hold the TLS plate in position.
5) Rotate the spindle counter clockwise to the
“Off” positition.
8
Thread included showerhead onto the Gooseneck
and wrench tighten.
NOTE: Showerhead may differ from illustration.
Loose Key
Angle Stop
(2 Places)
71"
2
190.5mm
4'-6"
(1.37 meters)
To Floor
1"
25.4mm
5"
127mm
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
- Dimensions shown above are for the installation inclusive of the S-2252 showerhead. Dimensions will vary slightly
depending on showerhead choice.
- Dimensions are subject to change without notice.
- Unit can also be installed using a ceiling or floor supply.
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