Duro - Symmons
Duro
®
Tub-Shower Systems 3600, 3601, 3602 Series
Installation and Service Instructions
Model Number Series
Modifications
3600.............. Shower System
3601.............. Shower System
3602.............. Tub/Shower System
-1.5........ 1.5 gpm (5.7 L/min)
flow restrictor
-SH1...... Round, 1 mode showerhead
-SH2...... Round,3 mode showerhead
-SH4...... Square, 1 mode showerhead
-T2......... Diverter tub spout
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Visual Guide Duro Tub-Shower Systems, 3600, 3601, 3602 Series
Tools & Materials
Model Series
3601
3602
Arm and flange
300S
Showerhead
Modifications
352SH (-SH1)
352SH-3 (-SH2)
361SH (-SH4)
1/8"
4 mm
1
2
3
Showerhead
362SH
4
Mounting
plate, T-177
Model Series
3600
3601
3602
Screwless escutcheon kit
RTS-001
Temp Limit
stop screw
HOT
supply inlet
Handle kit
T-617
Escutcheon
Note: Piping, fittings and tools are not included.
Actual plumbing should be determined and
installed by a licensed plumber.
Protective valve shield (not shown) T-176
COLD
supply inlet
Model Series
3600
3601
3602
1/8"
Dome
cover
Temptrol®
Control Valve
46-2-BODY
46-2X-BODY
Escutcheon
mounting plate
Model Series
3602
Tub spout
057
4 mm
Tub Spout
Modifications
361DTS (-T2)
Installation Instructions
Rough-in Installation
Control valve assembly, piping
and fittings (Note: Illustrations below
show valve model without stops)
Reference as required:
Page
Visual guide.....................................1
Dimensions illustration.................4
1) Determine wall thickness
■■ D
etermine type of wall and wall
thickness where valve will be
mounted.
■■ Consider whether to use mounting
plate by reviewing figure 2 below.
■■ Skip ahead to Step 3 if
mounting plate is not used.
2) Attach valve mounting plate
4) Install piping, fittings and
■■
■■
■■
■■
control valve
Piping and fittings not supplied
Control Valve
Install through cutout hole in wall
as specified in figure 2 below and
dimension illustration on page 4.
Showerhead (S on valve)
Pipe from outlet port on valve
marked S to showerhead
mounting arm location.
Hot & Cold Supply (H & C)
Pipe hot water supply to valve
inlet marked H and cold water
supply to valve inlet marked C.
Tub Spout (T on valve)
Pipe from outlet port on valve
marked T to tub spout.
Important! Do not
substitute Tub Spout with
restrictive fittings such as
PEX, CPVC or outlet accessories such
as a ledge spout, hose and spray that
would subject the valve to excessive
internal back pressure, otherwise
operation will be compromised.
Figure 1 Mounting plate
Walls for using T-177 valve mounting plate
6) Adjust valve packing nut
Reference figure 3 below
■■ Turn hot & cold supplies on.
Valve will not operate unless
both hot and cold water supply
pressures are turned on.
■■ Place handle over end of control
spindle stem.
■■ Adjust packing nut for positive
frictional resistance as handle
is rotated from shutoff position
across adjustment range.
Temp Limit
stop screw
packing nut
control
spindle
stem
1/2" (13 mm) or greater
finished wall
finished
wall
Ensure valve’s
mounting plate
is flush against
inner wall
"snap on-off"
2-3/8" ± 1/2"
(60 mm ±13 mm)
pipe centerline
to finished wall
Finished wall must be
flush with back side of
protective shield surface
Protective shield
"snap on-off"
(required when
valve mounting
plate is not used)
p/n T-177
wall cutout hole size
3-1/2" (89 mm) min
4" (102 mm) max
wall cutout hole size
3-1/2" (89 mm) min
4" (102 mm) max
Figure 2 Mounting valve
Page 2
wall
Figure 3 Valve adjustments
Dry wall, plaster or other type wall
 Fiberglass or acrylic walls (required)
 Plaster or other type walls (optional)
1/16" (2 mm) min  1/2" (13 mm) max
p/n T-176
If protective shield was attached
in Step 3 then remove shield
snap fitted over the end of valve
spindle once valve is securely
installed and wall finish work
has been completed.
■■ Reference figure 2 to determine
whether shield is required.
■■ Attach protective shield by snap
fitting over end of valve spindle.
Seat mounting plate against valve
assembly as illustrated in figure 1.
Protective shield
When mounting plate is used,
then shield is optional for
protecting end of valve during
installation.
5) Remove protective shield
3) Attach protective shield
7) Flush system, check for leaks
2) Attach escutcheon
5) Attach showerhead
■■ Turn valve to the warm position
and run for a few minutes.
■■ If system is dirty, remove valve
spindle in center of valve to
ensure proper flushing. (See
service instructions.)
■■ Check for leaks around valve
assembly and all pipe fittings.
8) Set Temp Limit stop screw
6) Attach tub spout
Reference page 2, figure 3
The temperature limit stop screw
limits valve handle from being
turned to maximum position
resulting in excessive hot water
discharge temperatures.
4 mm
Warning: Failure to
adjust Temp Limit stop
screw properly may result
in serious scalding.
■■ Place handle on control
spindle stem and open valve to
maximum desired temperature.
■■ Turn Temp Limit stop screw
clockwise until it seats.
3) Attach dome cover
-T2
1
Note: Do not install positive shutoff devices on control valve outlet or
devices that do not allow the valve
to flow at least 1.5 gpm.
2
Tub-Shower Operation
Control
handle
ON-OFF
Trim Installation
Adjust water
temperature
HOT
1) Attach escutcheon
mounting plate
4) Attach handle
COLD
OFF
ON
Care and Cleaning
Clean finished area using mild soap
and water or a non-abrasive cleaner
and then quickly
rinse. A nonabrasive wax may
be used to preserve
finish area.
1/8"
factory
installed
gasket
Page 3
Dimensions Duro Tub-Shower Systems, 3600, 3601, 3602 series
A
A
B
C
D
E
F
B
G
C
H
I
J
D
K
L
M
E
I
H
G
F
-SH4
J
K
L
M
N
Floor
-SH1
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
-SH2
O
Measurements
Ø 2 1/2", 64 mm
6", 152 mm
77", 1956 mm
3 1/2", 89 mm
7 1/2", 191 mm
Ø 2 1/2", 64 mm
Ref. 32", 813 mm
(3602)
Ref. 42", 1067 mm
(3600, 3601)
12", 305 mm
3 1/8", 79 mm
3 1/2", 89 mm
Rough-in
2 3/8" ± 1/2", 60 mm ± 13 mm
5 1/2", 140 mm
Male 1/2-14 NPT fitting must
protrude 5 1/2" (140 mm)
from finished wall
7", 178 mm
6 3/4", 171 mm
6 3/4", 171 mm
5 5/8", 143 mm
2 1/4", 57 mm
2 3/4", 70 mm
3/8", 10 mm
6 1/2", 165 mm
Female 1/2-14 NPSM fitting
must be recessed 3/8"
(10mm) from finished wall
P
-T2
Q
T
R
S
Notes:
1) All dimensions measured from nominal rough-in (see K as reference).
2) Dimensions are subject to change without notice.
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U
V
Parts Assembly Temptrol Shower & Tub-Shower Control Valves
■ 46-2-BODY..........Shower valve, Tub-Shower valve
■ 46-2X-BODY........Shower valve w/stops, Tub-Shower valve w/stops
Service stop kit (T-52)
Removal tool
Temptrol valve
4000-BODY
HOT & COLD seat COLD seat removal
repair kit (TA-4)
Service stop kit &
removal tool (T-55C)
HOT seat removal
COLD supply inlet
tool (T-35A)
Shower supply
outlet
Temptrol valve
46-2X-BODY
Retainer
Control spindle
& cap assembly
(TA-10 & T-12A)
HOT supply inlet
HOT seat
Shower only
Tub supply plug
Tub-Shower
Tub supply outlet
Service stop
and retainer
kit (T-52)
tool (T-35B)
COLD seat
Control spindle
assy. (TA-10) Temp Limit
stop adjust
service stop
retainer
Control spindle
washer repair kit
(TA-9)
hot washer screw
hot washer
cold washer retainer
cold washer
cap gasket
Cap assembly
(T-12A)
cap gasket
cap
limit stop screw
o-ring
washer
Cap washer
repair kit
packing
(T-16) packing nut
Temptrol Valve Replacement Parts and Optional Tools
Symmons
Part
Number
Valve Body Type
Description
46-2-BODY
46-2X-BODY
TA-4
√
√
HOT & COLD seat repair kit...........(optional tool p/n T-35A/B)
TA-9
√
√
Control spindle washer repair kit
TA-10
√
√
Control spindle........... (includes p/n TA-9 & T-16 components)
T-12A
√
√
Cap assembly
T-16
√
√
Cap washer repair kit
T-35A/B
√
√
HOT seat removal tool, T-35A & COLD seat removal tool, T-35B
T-52
√
Service stop spindle & retainer
T-55C
√
Service stop spindle, retainer & removal tool
√
Reverse seat & tool kit (valve HOT & COLD supply inputs are reversed)
T-108
√
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Trouble Shooting Chart
Problem
Cause
Solution
Valve will not pass water.
Both hot and cold water supplies 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 halfway, remove handle and
tap spindle with plastic hammer.
2)Check water pressure balancing piston in
control spindle. See service instructions.
3)Replace control spindle, p/n TA-10.
Valve delivers sufficient quantity of
cold, but little hot, or the reverse.
Same as above
Same as above
Temperature varies without
moving handle.
Same as above
Same as above
Valve delivery temperature reduces
gradually during use; handle must
be turned to hotter positions to
maintain constant temperature.
Overdraw on hot water supply
(i.e. running out of hot water).
Reduce maximum flow by using volume
control adjustment on valve or showerhead.
This will allow longer period of use before
overdrawing hot water supply.
Valve delivers hot water when
initially opened. Water turns
colder as handle is rotated in
a counter-clockwise direction
toward the hot position.
Valve is piped incorrectly (i.e. the hot
supply is 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)
■■ 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.
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.
■■ Replace both seats even if only
one appears worn.
■■ Install and tighten both seats to
15 foot pounds of torque.
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, p/n TA-10.
Do not
attempt removal of
the piston.
Important:
Valve re-assembly
Reassemble by reversing above
procedures.
After the control spindle assembly
(TA-10) is threaded back into the
spindle cap assembly (T-12A)
ensure control spindle is rotated 1/2
turn clockwise from its maximum
counter clockwise rotational
position. Failure to do this will
damage assembly.
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