Thermostatic Shower Valves

Thermostatic Shower Valves
Thermostatic Shower Valves
Installation Guide
TSP922
TSP934
TSP935
TSU922
TSU934
TSU935
TS922
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Attention – Before Installation
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Inspect this product to ensure you have all parts as shown that are required for proper installation.
The valve cartridge has been factory tested and adjusted – DO NOT TAKE THE CARTRIDGE APART. Taking the
cartridge apart will void the warranty.
Ensure that both hot and cold water feeds are properly connected to the marked lav connecting.
This product must be installed by a professional contractor.
Refer to the specification and assembly drawings attached for installation directions.
Flow Pressure –Min. 25 PSI, Max. 80 PSI. Recommended pressure – 50 to 60 PSI.
Installation Requirements
Please read the instructions carefully so as to avoid any damage to the fixture.
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To ensure this product is installed properly, you must read and follow these guidelines.
The owner/user of the faucet must keep this information for future reference.
Be sure your installation conforms to local codes.
Refer to the specification and assembly drawings attached. Faucet is sold partially assembled but shown fully disassembled for illustrative and service purposes only.
Inspect this product toensure you have all parts required for proper installation.
Use only a strap wrench or protected/smooth-jaw wrench on any finished surface.
If possible, install the faucet assembly on the sink or mounting surface before setting.
Do NOT use putty during this installation.
Cleaners For Fittings And Accessories
To avoid damaging the surface and working components of the fittings, certain precautions must be taken in terms of usage and subsequent cleaning as many cleaning agents contain acids for general cleaning and removing calcium deposits. When caring for your fittings and accessories, please note the following:
-- Only apply cleaners which are expressly intended for the use
-- Never use any cleaner containing hydrochloric acid, formic acid or acetic acid on or near the fitting, as they can cause considerable damage
-- Do not use cleaners containing phosphoric acid
-- Do not use cleaners containing chlorine bleach solutions
-- Never mix or combine cleaning agents
-- Abrasive cleaners and unsuitable scouring agents such as scouring pads
Technical Support Assistance
If further assistance is required, please contact:
Product support at 1.866.907.0122 (09:00 - 17:00hrs PST) or email
technical@blubathworks.com
North America
Blu Bathworks Inc.
188 Smithe Street, Vancouver BC, Canada, V6B 6A9
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INSTALLATION
CONSIDER THE THICKNESS OF THE FINAL COATING, (TILES, MARBLE ETC.)
2¾"
2¾”
[70]
3⅜"
[85]
3⅜”
Keep a 5 inch hole in the wall to remove the protection and for the future maintenance of the
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⅛"
0,90 in
[3]
" [3mm],
6 " [4mm].
The plate slides from a minimum of ⅛
0,90in
to a maximum of 10,15in
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0,15in
[4mm]
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MAINTENANCE-REPLACEMENT OF THE DIVERTING CARTRIDGE
Before proceeding with the maintenance of the cartridge, remove the regulation handle.
Follow the instructions shown in section “HANDLES REMOVAL” at pag.14
page 514.
1) Unscrew the chromed adapter(1) anti-clockwise, paying attention not to lose the Oring(2)
2) Remove the cover plate.
3) Close the water inlets.
Remove the screw (3), remove the brass insert (4) and unscrew the threaded rod (5).
21mm
(⅞”) wrench.
Unscrew the flange(6) anti-clockwise, with a 21
mm wrench.
Remove the diverting cartridge(7).
4) Before replacing the cartridge, clean thoroughly and grease the inner seat of the body.
5) Replace the cartridge. In case of TWO WAY DIVERTER, place the two pivots in their
seats. With a THREE WAY DIVERTER, place the single pivot in its seat.
6) Reassemble all parts.
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VERTICAL REGULATION OF THE DIVERTING HANDLE WITH INSERT
Remove the closure handle. Follow the instructions shown in section “HANDLES REMOVAL” at
pag.14.
page
514.
1) With square handle position it
on the insert(1) and rotate
until the vertical position is
reached.
(refer to image below).
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17mm (⅝”).
wrench (17mm)
17mm (⅝”).
wrench (17mm)
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MANIFOLD
The manifold has always to be connected between the thermostatic mixer and shut off
valve.
The manifold, in off position, allows the passage of water from the inlet to the shut off
valve. In open position water flows also through the two outlets. In case both outlets are
not needed, close one with the plug provided in the package.
(ATTENTION THE MANIFOLD DOES NOT WORK AS A DIVERTER)
OFF
OPEN
1) Unscrew the chromed
adapter, paying attention not
to lose the O-ring.
Remove the cover plate.
2)
2) Unscrew the threaded rod
with a 17mm wrench.(⅝”).
3) Before unscrewing the
headwork, make sure that
both water inlets are closed.
Unscrew the headwork with
a 17mm wrench. (⅝”).
3)
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2.5 mm
(1/16”).
2.5mm
(1/16”).
2.5mm
(1/16”).
3mm (1/8”).
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3mm (1/8”).
2.5mm (1/16”).
3mm (1/8”).
2.5mm (1/16”).
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2.5mm (1/16”).
Insert the extension (1)
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TSP922
TSU922
[160]
[160]
[11]
[235]
[235]
2"
[50]
[80]
[160]
3"
[80]
[160]
Ø2"
[50]
Ø2"
[50]
[17]
[93]
[93]
TS922
[130]
[159]
3"
[78]
"
[38]
[160]
[80]
ø 2"
[ø 50]
3"
[72]
[146]
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TSP934
TSU934
"
[160]
[160]
[11]
"
[235]
[235]
2"
[50]
"
[80]
"
[160]
[160]
Ø2"
[50]
"
[17]
3"
[80]
Ø2"
[50]
"
[93]
[93]
"
[130]
TS934
[159]
3"
[76]
"
[38]
[160]
[80]
ø 2"
[ø 50]
3"
[72]
[146]
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TSP935
TSU935
"
[160]
[160]
[11]
[315]
"
[315]
2"
[50]
9"
[228]
Ø2"
[50]
"
[17]
"
[80]
3"
[80]
"
[80]
9"
[228]
"
[93]
Ø2"
[50]
3"
[80]
[93]
"
[130]
TS935
[160]
3"
[78]
"
[38]
[80]
9"
[228]
[80]
ø 2"
[ø 50]
3"
[72]
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THERMOSTATIC BUILT-IN MIXER WITH DIVERTER
TS922
3"
[78]
NPT 3/4”
[80]
[160.5]
[73]
"
[38]
[80]
3”
[75]
Ø 2”
[Ø 50]
[160]
[17]
[28]
2”
[50]
3"
[72]
[92.5]
[146]
THERMOSTATIC BUILT-IN MIXER WITH DIVERTER
TS934
3"
[76]
NPT 3/4”
[80]
[160.5]
[73]
"
[38]
[80]
3”
[75]
Ø 2”
[Ø 50]
[160]
[17]
[28]
2”
[50]
[92.5]
3"
[72]
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TS935
NPT 3/4”
3"
[78]
[80]
3”
[75]
Ø 2”
[Ø 50]
[80]
9"
[228]
[80]
[57]
[226]
[80]
[73]
"
[38]
[28]
[17]
2”
[50.5]
[92.5]
3"
[72]
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TSP922
TSU922
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1
2
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5
5
4
4
TS922
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TSP934
TSU934
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2
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5
1
3
4
3
5
4
TS934
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3
5
4
7
6
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TSP935
TSU935
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4
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4
5
5
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TS935
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3
5
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where water meets modern®
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thermostatic valves
fault diagnostic
TSP431 | TSP922 | TSP934 | TSP935 | TSU431| TSU922 | TSU934 | TSU935
Problem/Symptom
Cause
Action/cure
a)
Water supplies closed
Check other outlets in property
b)
Shower mixer blocked
Check inlets filters for blockages
c)
Blockage in pipework
Check pipework for blockage
d)
Showerhead blocked
Clean sprayplate or replace
e)
Reduced flow rate when other outlets in use
Check service valves are fully open
Reduce simultaneous demand
a)
Debris on shut off faces
Clean/replace washer
b)
Shut off seals damaged / ceramic disk
damaged
Replace headwork
a)
Not enough hot water flowing through the
mixer
Turn temperature control to hotter setting
(Adjust maximum temperature setting)
b)
Decrease in the ambient cold water
temperature
Turn temperature control to hotter setting
c)
Insufficient hot water delivery from the
heating appliance
Ensure heating appliance is set to maximum hot
water output
d)
Hot supply restricted
Check for restrictions in pipework
a)
Not enough cold water flowing through the
mixer
Turn temperature control to cooler setting
b)
Increase in the ambient cold water
temperature
Turn temperature control to cooler setting
c)
Cold supply restricted
Check for restrictions in pipework
5. Shower varies from normal
temperature to cold during use
a)
Hot water temperature has dropped below
minimum required
Wait until the hot water temperature resumes to
normal
6. Fluctuation of mixed
temperature
a)
Connections inverted
Invert the mixer if possible or
b)
Mixer inverted
Use a “reverse cartridge”
7. Hot water clock wise
Cold water anti-clock wise
a)
Connections inverted
Invert the mixer if possible or
b)
Mixer inverted
Use a “reverse cartridge”
1. Poor or no flow from shower
2. Shower will not shut off
3. Water too cold
4. Water too hot
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warranty
LIMITED FURNITURE RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® (“Blu”) furniture products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all material and workmanship during normal
residential use for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or make appropriate
adjustment, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this warranty.
LIMITED CERAMICS RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® ("Blu") ceramic products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all material and workmanship during normal
residential use for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or make appropriate
adjustment, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this warranty.
LIMITED blu·stone™ RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® ("Blu") blu·stone™ products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all material and workmanship during normal
residential use for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or make appropriate
adjustment, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this warranty. Blu Bathworks® does not recommend exceeding US/Canada maximum hot water
temperature regulations of 150°F/65°C, respectively. Exceeding stated temperatures could result in damage to blu.stone basins and bathtubs.
LIMITED ACRYLIC BATHTUBS RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® ("Blu") acrylic bathtubs are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all material and workmanship during normal
residential use for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or make appropriate
adjustment, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this warranty.
LIMITED TAPWARE RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® (“Blu”) tapware products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all mechanical parts and polished chrome finishes
during normal residential use for as long as the original purchaser owns his or her home. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or
make appropriate adjustment, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this warranty.
LIMITED ELECTRONICA TAPWARE RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® (“Blu”) electronica tapware products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all electronic parts during normal
residential use for a period of five (5) years from the date of purchase. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or make appropriate
adjustment, subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this warranty.
LIMITED COMMERCIAL WARRANTY
Blu Bathworks® ("Blu") products are warranted to the original purchaser to be free from defects in all material and workmanship during normal usage for a period
of one (1) year from the date of purchase. Blu will, at its election, repair, provide a replacement part or product, or make appropriate adjustment, subject to the
terms and conditions set forth in this warranty.
terms and conditions
This warranty applies only to Blu Bathworks® ("Blu") products distributed in North America.
This warranty is non-transferable and is for the exclusive benefit of the original purchaser of a Blu product. This warranty may be exercised by the original
purchaser of a unit in a new residential development. Blu recommends using a professional plumber for all installation and repair. This warranty does not apply
to products that have been installed in any manner other than as set out in Blu’s printed instructions, or to products that have been altered in any way.
For further clarity, the above stated warranty does not cover or apply to damage attributable to:
(a) neglect, misuse, abuse, accident or negligence;
(b) normal wear and tear;
(c)dirt or lime scale, or the use of inappropriate cleaners (such as those containing abrasives, ammonia, acids, waxes, bleaches, solvents, alcohol, or any
product not recommended for chrome); and
(d) damage caused by transportation, or improper storage.
This is the only warranty of Blu, which makes no other warranty of any kind. Blu disclaims any liability for special, incidental or consequential damages. In no
event shall the liability of Blu under this warranty exceed the purchase price of the product.
PROCEDURE FOR WARRANTY SERVICE
Refer to blubathworks.com for policy and procedures relating to requests for service under the terms of this warranty.
Original proof of purchase is required. Blu is not responsible for removal or installation costs, or the costs of shipping and handling associated with any service.
Repaired or replaced products or parts are warranted only for the period remaining under the initial warranty.
Blu Bathworks reserves the right to discontinue product without notice. Nominal dimensions referenced throughout this guide may vary slightly from exact
dimensions.
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