INSTRUCTIONS TROUBLE-SHOOTING TWO HANDLE ROMAN TUB FAUCET 06-4088 06-4088SN A B C D E F G H If you have followed the instructions carefully and your faucet still does not work properly, take these corrective steps. PROBLEM Faucet leaks beneath 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 (#3), unscrew the set screw (#2) and remove the handle (#1) (Diagram A). 2. Tighten the bonnet (#6) by turning it clockwise (Diagram B). 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 (#6) by turning it counter-clockwise. Lift out the cartridge (#7) (Diagrams C, D & E). Inspect the large o-ring on the cartridge bonnet and the small 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 it. 4. Position the cartridge (#7) back inside the faucet body (Diagram F). Make sure the wings on the two sides of the cartridge bonnet fit into the slots on the two sides of the faucet body. Tightly screw the bonnet (#6) onto the faucet body. 5. Re-install the handle (#1-#3). Rubber valve seat on cartridge is dirty, stuck or broken. Your new roman tub faucet is designed for years of trouble-free performance. Keep it looking new by cleaning it periodically with a soft cloth. Avoid abrasive cleaners, steel wool and harsh chemicals as these will dull the finish and void your warranty. CAUSE Aerator incorrectly fitted. ACTION 1. Unscrew the aerator (#15) by turning it clockwise (Diagram G). Inspect the black rubber washer inside the aerator. The rubber washer should be flat. 2.Screw the aerator into the spout end and tighten. CAUSE CAUSE · Pipe wrench · Basin wrench · Crescent wrench · Teflon tape · Plumber’s putty · Screwdriver · Braided supply lines · Flashlight · Safety goggles Faucet leaks around aerator. Improper water pattern. Water does not completely shut off. Maintenance PROBLEM PROBLEM PROBLEM TOOLS REQUIRED 2. Remove the handle (#1-#3) on the problem side. Remove the bonnet (#6) by turning it counter-clockwise. Lift out the cartridge (#7) (Diagrams C, D & E). 3. Inspect the small rubber valve seats on the bottom of the cartridge for debris and replace with new valve seats if necessary. 4. Re-position the cartridge (#7) back inside the faucet body. Make sure that the wings on the two sides of the cartridge bonnet fit well into the slots on the two sides of the faucet body (Diagram F). Tightly screw the bonnet (#6) onto the faucet body. 5. Re-install the handle (#1-#3) and turn on the water supply. ACTION 1.Shut off the cold water supply. If leakage stops, the problem is on the cold side. If leakage continues, the problem is on the hot side. Shut off the hot water in order to determine if both hot and cold sides have a problem. WEST Aerator dirty or small parts inside aerator improperly installed. ACTION 1. Remove the aerator (#15) from the spout end by turning it clockwise (Diagram G). 2. Gently flush the small parts inside the aerator to clear away any debris. Ensure the metal screens are flat and the plastic supporter is straight (Diagram H). 3. Screw the aerator onto the spout end and tighten. CUSTOMER SERVICE 1-800-267-4774 EAST 1-800-387-7064 www.taymor.com ® REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF TAYMOR INDUSTRIES LTD. VANCOUVER, BC V3M 6K8 • TORONTO, ON M3J 2R1 1 - HANDLE INSTALL FAUCET 2 - set screw 3 - index 4 - CONNECTOR 1 5 - ADAPTER 14 - SPOUT Shut off water supply. Cover tub drain to prevent loss of small parts. Remove old faucet, taking care not to damage existing water lines. Clean tub area prior to new faucet installation. Always wrap metal threads with Teflon tape before connecting water pipes. 5 Push tube washer (#19) into vertical-facing top of t-tube (#20). Thread and tighten the t-tube onto the end of the spout shank until securely fastened. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. 6 - BONNET 7 - CARTRIDGE 15 - AERATOR 2 8 - HANDLE SEAT & WASHER 9 - RUBBER HANDLE WASHER Thread handle mounting nut (#11), metal handle washer (#10) and rubber handle washer (#9) overtop of hot and cold handle valve body assemblies (#12). From underneath the tub, insert handle valve bodies through tub mounting holes. The handle valve body for the hot side is labelled and should be installed in the far left hole. The handle valve body for the cold side should be installed in the far right hole. From above the tub, thread the handle seat and washer (#8) onto each valve body stem. Tighten the handle mounting nut (#11) on each valve body assembly until secure and until the handle seat and washers (#8) sit flush to the tub deck. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. 6 7 11 - HANDLE MOUNTING NUT 16 - RUBBER SPOUT WASHER 12 - HANDLE VALVE BODY 3 Attach water supply lines: A) Stainless Steel Braided Faucet Supply Tubes: This is the simplest of all installations. If you are using stainless steel braided faucet supply tubes, this faucet requires one end of the supply tube to have a 1/2” female IPS connection. The other end of this supply tube must match the thread on the water supply fittings or shut off valve under your tub. Once you have identified the required tube, carefully follow the manufacturer’s installation instructions for each tube. 10 - metal handle washer 17 - METAL SPOUT WASHER Connect the connector hoses (#21) to the horizontalfacing inlets on the handle valve bodies and t-tube as shown. Align the t-tube in a position which will allow maximum clearance to connect hoses. Carefully bend the hoses to fit the available space and thread the hose couplings onto handle valve bodies and t-tube. Place a handle (#1) onto each body stem and secure with a set screw (#2). Cover the set screw with the appropriate index cap (#3) - red/hot on left side, blue/cold on right side. B) Ball Nose Flexible Supplies: If you are using ball-nose flexible supplies to connect the faucet to water supply lines, slip coupling nut behind ball-nose of flexible supply tube. Ball nose coupling will go partially into IPS shank or fitting. Tighten coupling nut (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN). Install opposite end according to manufacturer’s instructions for both tubes. 18 - mounting spout nut 19 - tube washer 13 - COUPLING NUT 20 - T-tube 21 - CONNECTOR HOSES 4 Insert spout (#14) through centre mounting hole on tub deck. From underneath the tub, thread rubber spout washer (#16), metal spout washer (#17) and spout mounting nut (#18) onto spout shank. Securely tighten spout mounting nut with wrench. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. 8 Important: After installation is complete, remove aerator (#15). 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 trouble-shooting chart.
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