null  null
Instructions
246-U42-WNCH-AD-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-AD-Z – PVD brushed nickel
246-U42-WNCH-B-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-B-Z – PVD brushed nickel
Certifications
CALIFORNIA LEAD
PLUMBING LAW
Two Handle Bar Faucet
*Image may vary slightly from actual product
Tools Required
Maintenance
Adjustable Wrench
Groove Joint Pliers
Pipe Wrench
Phillips Screwdriver
Pipe Tape or pipe thread compound
Your new bar faucet is designed for years of trouble-free
performance.
Safety Tips
If you solder the joints during installation of the faucet, the seats,
cartridges, and washers must be removed before using a flame.
Otherwise, the warranty will be voided on these parts.
Protect your eyes with safety glasses when cutting or soldering
water supply lines.
Cover the sink drain to avoid losing parts.
Things You May Need
Installations may vary depending on how the previous faucet was
installed. Supplies necessary for the installation of your faucet are
not all included; however, they are available wherever plumbing
supplies are sold.
Keep it looking new by cleaning it periodically with a soft
cloth. Avoid abasive cleaners, steel wool, and harsh chemicals
as these will dull the finish and void your warranty.
Important Points
Prior to beginning installation, turn off the hot and cold water
lines, then turn on the old faucet to release built-up pressure.
When installing your new faucet, turn the connector nuts finger
tight, then use one wrench to hold the fitting and a second
wrench to tighten the nut. Connections that are too tight will
reduce the integrity of the system.
Wrap all threadec connections with PTFE pipe tape available
at your local hardware or plumbing supply store. Always wrap
in a clock-wise direction.
Contact Us
For Customer Service please call 877-319-3757, or go to
homewerksww.com.
www.homewerksww.com
Effective/Rev Date: Nov. 30, 2010
1
Instructions
246-U42-WNCH-AD-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-AD-Z – PVD brushed nickel
246-U42-WNCH-B-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-B-Z – PVD brushed nickel
Certifications
CALIFORNIA LEAD
PLUMBING LAW
Two Handle Bar Faucet
Preparation and Assembly
1
2
3
2
3
Locate water supply inlet and shut off water
supply valve. These are usually found under
the sink or near the water heater. Remove
old faucet. Clean and dry sink surface area
where new faucet will be mounted.
4
www.homewerksww.com
Place new faucet in position on sink. From
under sink, thread mounting nuts onto
faucet. Tighten mounting nuts.
1
Connect water supply lines.
Use 1/2" IPS faucet supply lines or use
coupling nuts (not supplied) with ball-nose
risers (not included). Do not overtighten.
Important: After installation is completed, remove
aerator. Turn on water supply and allow both hot
and cold water to run for at least one minute each.
While water is running, check for leaks. Replace
aerator. Tighten nuts slightly to stop minor leaks.
If problems persist, refer to troubleshooting chart.
Effective/Rev Date: Nov. 30, 2010
2
Troubleshooting
246-U42-WNCH-AD-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-AD-Z – PVD brushed nickel
246-U42-WNCH-B-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-B-Z – PVD brushed nickel
Certifications
CALIFORNIA LEAD
PLUMBING LAW
Two Handle Bar Faucet
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM: Leaks underneath handle.
CAUSE: Bonnet has come loose or O-ring on cartridge is dirty
or twisted.
ACTION:
1. Move the handle to the off position. Remove the index
button. Unscrew the handle screw and remove the handle.
2. Tighten the bonnet by turning it clockwise. Move the cartridge
stem to the on position. The leak should stop draining out from
around the cartridge stem.
3. If the leak does not stop, shut off the water supply. Remove the
bonnet by turning it counter-clockwise. Lift out the cartridge
valve. Inspect the larger O-ring on the cartridge bonnet and the
smaller O-ring on the cartridge stem. Remove any debris from
the O-rings. If either O-ring is twisted, straighten it out. If either
O-ring is damaged, replace the cartridge by calling customer
service.
4. Position the cartridge back into the faucet body. Make sure the
ridges on the two sides of the cartridge bonnet fit into the
grooves on the two sides of the faucet body. Tightly screw the
bonnet onto the faucet body.
5. Re-install the handle.
PROBLEM: Water does not completely shut off.
CAUSE: R
ubber valve seat is dirty, stuck or broken.
ACTION:
1. Shut off the cold water supply. If leak stops, the problem is on
the cold side. If leak continues, the problem is on the hot
side. Shut off the hot water supply to determine if both the
cold and the hot sides have problems.
2. Remove the handle on the problem side. Loosen the bonnet
by turning it counter-clockwise. Lift out the cartridge
assembly.
3.Inspect the rubber valve seat in the faucet body. If there is
debris or brass scrap on the surface of the seat, remove it. If
the rubber seat is stuck tightly in the water inlet hole, push it
gently with a fingertip so that it moves up and down
smoothly. If the rubber valve seat is worn out or broken,
replace the cartridge by calling customer service.
4. Replace the cartridge into the faucet body. Make sure that
the ridges on the two sides of the cartridge bonnet fit into
the grooves on the two sides of the faucet body. Tightly
screw the bonnet onto the faucet body.
5. Re-install the handle.
PROBLEM: Faucet leaks under aerator.
CAUSE: Aerator incorrectly fitted.
ACTION:
1. Unscrew the aerator by turning it clockwise. Inspect the black
rubber packing inside the aerator. The rubber packing should be
flat.
2. Screw the aerator onto the spout end and tighten.
PROBLEM: Improper water pattern.
CAUSE: Aerator dirty or parts inside aerator are improperly
installed.
ACTION:
1.Remove the aerator from the spout end by turning it
clockwise.
2. Gently flush the small parts inside the aerator to clear away
any debris.
3. Re-install the small parts as shown in the exploded diagram.
Metal screens must be flat and plastic supporter must be
straight.
4. Screw the aerator onto the spout end and tighten.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
www.homewerksww.com
Effective/Rev Date: Nov. 30, 2010
3
Specifications
Physical Characteristics
•
Description: 2 lever handle bar faucet with 4" center set,
brass waterways, and 1/4-turn ceramic cartridges
•
Max. Flow Rate: 2.2 GPM (8.3 LPM)
•
ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125 Certified
•
Meets ANSI/NSF 61-9 low lead requirements
•
This product complies with 0.25% weighted average lead
content on wetted surfaces.
Total Weight of Item: 1045.46g
•
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Part Description
Index – H
Index – C
Screw
Accessorized head
Deck ball
Screw
Handle
Handle seat
Bonnet
Cartridge – H
Cartridge – C
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Flange
20
Body
21
22
23
Base plate
www.homewerksww.com
Washer
Escutcheon
Aerator assembly
Spout
C-ring
O-ring
Spout nut
Mounting nut
C-ring
Certifications
CALIFORNIA LEAD
PLUMBING LAW
246-U42-WNCH-AD-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-AD-Z –
PVD brushed nickel
246-U42-WNCH-B-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-B-Z –
PVD brushed nicke
Material
Brass
Brass
SUS201
ABS
ZZnA14
Q235A
ZZnA14
ZZnA14
C37700
C37700+POM+Ceramic
C37700+POM+Ceramic
SUS202
POM
SUS201
C37700
POM-SUS302
EPDM
C27200+C37700
POM
NBR
Brass C37700
3101+SUS302/304+Brass+
ADC6+NBR
PP20C
ABS
POM
Effective/Rev Date: Nov. 30, 2010
4
Rough-In
246-U42-WNCH-AD-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-AD-Z – PVD brushed nickel
246-U42-WNCH-B-Z – Chrome
246-U42-WNBN-B-Z – PVD brushed nickel
Certifications
Two Handle Bar Faucet
CALIFORNIA LEAD
PLUMBING LAW
Max31.1
[1 1/4"]
98.1
[3 7/8"]
205.4
[8 1/8"]
293.4
[11 1/2"]
171.8
[6 3/4"]
127.7
[5"]
www.homewerksww.com
101.6
[4"]
157.5
[6 1/4"]
247.5
[9 3/4"]
1/2"-14NPSM
57.6
[2 1/4"]
Effective/Rev Date: Nov. 30, 2010
5
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Related manuals

Download PDF

advertisement