Instructions

Instructions
Instructions
3190-41-CH-AD-Z – Chrome
3190-41-CH-B-Z – Chrome
Certifications
Wall-Mount Kitchen Faucet – Polished Chrome Finish
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Tools Required
Maintenance
Adjustable Wrench
Groove Joint Pliers
Pipe Wrench
Phillips Screwdriver
Pipe Tape or Pipe Thread Compound
Your new kitchen 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
or 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 abrasive 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 threaded connections with PTFE pipe tape or pipe
thread compound 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.
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Instructions
3190-41-CH-AD-Z – Chrome
3190-41-CH-B-Z – Chrome
Certifications
Wall-Mount Kitchen Faucet – Polished Chrome Finish
Preparations / Assembly
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Turn off water at the supply valve under
the sink or at the main water supply,
disconnect the supply line, and remove
old faucet.
Clean and dry surface area where new
faucet will be mounted.
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Using thread sealant tape (wrapped
clockwise), or joint compound, cover all
exposed male thread areas.
Insert faucet spout into faucet body making
sure the O-rings snap into place. Hand
tighten spout nut over faucet body threads.
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Hand tighten screw flanges onto tailpieces,
and with flange attached to tailpieces,
wrench tighten tailpieces onto projecting
1/2" pipe nipples (stub-outs). Do not over
tighten. Adjust tailpieces so that they are
equal in measurement from wall surface to
the end of tailpiece thread. The ends of the
tailpieces can accommodate a range of
width from 7-9".
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Insert washers into union nuts.
Install soap dish (optional)
Wrench tighten union nuts to faucet body
(do not over tighten).
Hand tighten the soap dish rod into the top
of the nut at the back of the faucet. Place
the soap dish on the threaded end of the
rod with the edge of the soap dish parallel
to the wall. To adjust, rotate soap dish
clockwise.
Remove aerator from spout. Turn on faucet
and run at least 30 seconds to flush water
line. Turn off faucet and replace aerator.
Turn on water supply or shut-off valve and
check for leaks.
Instructions for Use
Turn on water at handles and balance flow to achieve
comfortable temperature.
Do not hang heavy items like pails or buckets from the
faucet spout.
Swivel spout to allow access to sink basin.
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Troubleshooting
3190-41-CH-AD-Z – Chrome
3190-41-CH-B-Z – Chrome
Certifications
Wall-Mount Kitchen Faucet – Polished Chrome Finish
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. 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 hot side have a problem.
2. Remove the handle on the problem side. Loosen the bonnet
by turning it counter-clockwise. Lift out the cartridge assembly.
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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. The spring (smaller end up) must be replaced
underneath the valve seat. If the rubber valve seat is worn out
or broken, replace the cartridge by calling Customer Service.
4. Replace the cartridge in 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 around 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: A
erator dirty or small parts inside aerator 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.
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Specifications
Certifications
Physical Characteristics
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Description: Lead-free, wall-mount kitchen faucet with
7"-9" adjustable center set, 1/4 turn drip-free cartridge
and optional soap dish
Ceramic cartridge
6" spout
Finish: Polished chrome
Max. Flow Rate: 2.2 GPM (8.3 LPM) at 60 PSI
ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125 certified
This product complies with 0.25% weighted average lead
content on wetted surfaces
Meets ANSI/NSF 61-9
Total Weight of Item: 2.84 lbs.
Part Description
Handle screw
Hot/Cold handle
Hot/Cold ceramic
cartridge assembly
Body
Spout nut
O-ring
O-ring
Connector
O-ring
Spout
Aerator assembly
Union nut
O-ring
Connector
Washer
Flange
Swivel union
Stem
Soap dish
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3190-41-CH-B-Z – Chrome
Material
Brass
Zinc Alloy
No-lead brass+POM+Rubber
No-lead brass
Brass
Rubber
Rubber
No-lead brass
Rubber
No-lead brass
Rubber
POM+S.S.
Brass
Brass
Rubber
No-lead brass
Rubber
Stainless steel
No-lead brass
Zinc alloy
Plastic
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Rough-In
3190-41-CH-AD-Z – Chrome
3190-41-CH-B-Z – Chrome
Certifications
Wall-Mount Kitchen Faucet – Polished Chrome Finish
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