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touch control
electric shower
Installation and
operating
instructions
Installers
please note these instructions
are to be left with the user
The showerhead and hose supplied with this product are an integral
part of the safety of your shower. Failure to use genuine Triton
parts may cause injury and will invalidate your warranty
2180861I - January 2016
INTRODUCTION - PLEASE READ
PLEASE READ THIS IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Products manufactured by Triton are safe and without risk provided they are installed, used and
maintained in good working order in accordance with our instructions and recommendations.
WARNING: DO NOT operate shower if frozen, or suspected of being frozen. It must thaw out
before using.
DO NOT operate the unit if the showerhead or spray hose becomes damaged.
DO NOT restrict flow out of shower by placing showerhead in direct contact with your body.
DO NOT operate the shower if water ceases to flow during use or if water has entered inside
the unit because of an incorrectly fitted cover.
2.3 instructions
DO NOT solder
pipes electric
or fittings
within 300mm
This
contains all the necessary fitting and operating
for your
shower.
1 book
GENERAL
of the shower unit, as heat can transfer along
1.1 Isolate the electrical and water supplies before
the pipework
and damage
components.
Care removing
taken during
the installation will provide a long, trouble-free
life from
your shower.
the cover.
2.4 DO NOT fit any form of outlet flow control as
1.2 Read all of these instructions and retain them
the outlet acts as a vent for the heater can.
for recommend
later use.
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1.3
DO
NOT
take
risks
with
plumbing
or
electrical
installation - *(videos may not show the exact model purchased).
connections to the flexible hose or
equipment.
showerhead, finger tight is sufficient.
2.6 All plumbing connections must be completed
proceeding with the installation.
before making the electrical connections.
• Electrical
requirements
1.5
The unit must
be mounted ontofor
the electric
finished showers
2.7 This appliance MUST not be connected to the
wall surface (on top of the tiles). DO NOT tile
• Plumbing
requirements for electric showers
inlet supply by a hose-set.
up to or seal around ANY PART of the unit
using silicone
sealer after
fixing to the wall.
• Kilowatt
ratings
explained
3
Special care must be taken NOT TO BLOCK
3.1 The installation must comply with BS 7671
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OR SEAL
ON THE UNIT.
‘Requirements for electrical installations’ (IEE
1.6 Contact Customer Service (see back page), if
wiring regulations), building regulations or any
any of the following occur:
particular regulations as specified by the local
USE THE
FOLLOWING
TO AID YOUR INSTALLATION
a)PLEASE
If it is intended
to operate
the shower at CHECK LIST
Electrical Supply Company.
pressures above the maximum or below the
3.2 This appliance MUST be earthed. Tick off as
minimum stated.
you complete
3.3 In accordance with ‘The Plugs and Sockets
etc.
b) SECTION
If the unit shows a distinct change in performance.
(Safety) Regulations 1994’, this appliance is
Check
that
the
water
supply
will
satisfy
requirements...............................................
1
c) 1If the shower is frozen.
intended to be permanently connected to the
1.7 SECTION
If it is intended to operate the shower in areas
fixed wiring of the electrical mains system.
water
(above
ppm temporary
Check
that
water200
& cable
entry points of the
unitMake
meetsure
requirements......................
tight
2 to
3.4
all electrical connections are
2of hard
hardness), a scale inhibitor may have to be
prevent overheating.
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fitted. For advice on the Scale Inhibitor,
3.5 A 30mA residual current device (RCD) MUST
Check
that the electric supply will satisfy requirements.............................................
3
3contact
Customer Service.
be installed in all UK electric and pumped
1.8 SECTION
The showerhead must be cleaned regularly
shower circuits. This may be part of the
descalent
to remove
and debris,
of the
shower..scale
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4
4with Siting
consumer unit or a separate unit.
otherwise restrictions to the flow on the outlet
3.6 Switch off immediately at isolating switch if
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the unit will result in higher temperatures
water ceases to flow during use.
Plumbing installation................................................................................................
5
5of
and could also cause the (PRD) Pressure Relief
3.7 Other electrical equipment i.e. extractor fans,
Device in the unit to operate.
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pumps must not be connected to the circuits
6
1.9 6This Electrical
product isinstallation.................................................................................................
not suitable for mounting into
within the unit.
steam rooms or steam cubicles.
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3.8 Switch off at isolating switch when not in use.
Fit to the wall & connect the shower supplies...........................................................
with
7
This is a safety procedure recommended
2 7
all electrical appliances.
2.1 SECTION
The plumbing installation must comply with
the cover.......................................................................................................
8
Regulations,
Building Regulations or any
8WaterFitting
3.9 As with all electrical appliances it is particular regulations as specified by Local
recommended to have the shower and
SECTION
Company or Water Undertakers and
installation
checked at least every two years
ONLY
Commission the shower in the way described.
............................................
9 by
9Water
should be in accordance with BS EN 806.
a competent electrician to ensure there is no
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2.2 The supply pipe must be flushed to clear debris
deterioration due to age and usage.
Familiarise
yourself
theunit.
user operating instructions............................................ 10
connecting
to the with
shower
10before
1.4
Isolate is
electrical
and water
supplies before
• What
an electric
shower?
ELECTRICAL
PLUMBING
2
DO NOT operate the shower if water ceases to flow during use or if water has entered inside
the unit because of an incorrectly fitted cover.
WARNING: If restarting the shower immediately after stopping, be aware that a slug of
IMPORTANT
GENERAL
GUIDANCE NOTES
hot water will be expelled
for the -first
few seconds.
1
GENERAL
1.1 Isolate the electrical and water supplies before
removing the cover.
1.2 Read all of these instructions and retain them
for later use.
1.3 DO NOT take risks with plumbing or electrical
equipment.
1.4 Isolate electrical and water supplies before
proceeding with the installation.
1.5 The unit must be mounted onto the finished
1.6
a)
b)
c)
1.7
1.8
1.9
wall surface (on top of the tiles). DO NOT tile
up to or seal around ANY PART of the unit
using silicone sealer after fixing to the wall.
Special care must be taken NOT TO BLOCK
OR SEAL ANY PRD VENTS ON THE UNIT.
Contact Customer Service (see back page), if
any of the following occur:
If it is intended to operate the shower at
pressures above the maximum or below the
minimum stated.
If the unit shows a distinct change in performance.
If the shower is frozen.
If it is intended to operate the shower in areas
of hard water (above 200 ppm temporary
hardness), a scale inhibitor may have to be
fitted. For advice on the Scale Inhibitor,
contact Customer Service.
The showerhead must be cleaned regularly
with descalent to remove scale and debris,
otherwise restrictions to the flow on the outlet
of the unit will result in higher temperatures
and could also cause the (PRD) Pressure Relief
Device in the unit to operate.
This product is not suitable for mounting into
steam rooms or steam cubicles.
PLUMBING
2
2.1 The plumbing installation must comply with
Water Regulations, Building Regulations or any
particular regulations as specified by Local
Water Company or Water Undertakers and
should be in accordance with BS EN 806.
2.2 The supply pipe must be flushed to clear debris
before connecting to the shower unit.
2.3 DO NOT solder pipes or fittings within 300mm
of the shower unit, as heat can transfer along
the pipework and damage components.
2.4 DO NOT fit any form of outlet flow control as
the outlet acts as a vent for the heater can.
2.5 DO NOT use excessive force when making
connections to the flexible hose or
showerhead, finger tight is sufficient.
2.6 All plumbing connections must be completed
before making the electrical connections.
2.7 This appliance MUST not be connected to the
inlet supply by a hose-set.
ELECTRICAL
3
3.1 The installation must comply with BS 7671
‘Requirements for electrical installations’ (IEE
wiring regulations), building regulations or any
particular regulations as specified by the local
Electrical Supply Company.
3.2 This appliance MUST be earthed.
3.3 In accordance with ‘The Plugs and Sockets etc.
(Safety) Regulations 1994’, this appliance is
intended to be permanently connected to the
fixed wiring of the electrical mains system.
3.4 Make sure all electrical connections are tight to
prevent overheating.
3.5 A 30mA residual current device (RCD) MUST
be installed in all UK electric and pumped
shower circuits. This may be part of the
consumer unit or a separate unit.
3.6 Switch off immediately at isolating switch if
water ceases to flow during use.
3.7 Other electrical equipment i.e. extractor fans,
pumps must not be connected to the circuits
within the unit.
3.8 Switch off at isolating switch when not in use.
This is a safety procedure recommended with
all electrical appliances.
3.9 As with all electrical appliances it is
recommended to have the shower and
installation checked at least every two years by
a competent electrician to ensure there is no
deterioration due to age and usage.
WARNING
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience or knowledge if they have been
.
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children may
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
GENERAL ADVICE TO USERS
The following points will help you understand
how the shower operates:
a. The electric heating elements operate at a
constant rate at your chosen power setting.
It is the rate of the water passing through
the heater can which determines the water
temperature. (The slower the flow, the hotter
the water becomes; the faster the flow, the
cooler the water).
b. During winter, the mains water supply will be
cooler than in the summer. The flow rate will
vary between seasons at any one temperature
setting. At different times of the year you
may have to adjust the position of the
temperature control to maintain your desired
temperature setting.
c. The stabiliser valve minimises variations in
shower temperature during mains water
pressure changes. If changes in shower
temperature are experienced during normal
use, it will most likely be caused by the
water pressure falling near to or below the
minimum level. The drop in pressure may
be due to water being drawn off at other
points in the house whilst the shower is in
use. If pressure drops appreciably below
the minimum, the heating elements will
automatically cut out.
IMPORTANT ADVICE TO USERS
COMISSIONING ADVICE
When first installed the unit will be empty.
It is essential the unit should contain water
before the elements are switched on. It is
vital that the commissioning procedure
is followed. Failure to carry out this
operation will result in damage to the unit
and will invalidate the guarantee.
ADVISORY - CLEANING
It is recommended that all products
are cleaned using warm, soapy water.
DO NOT use abrasive or aggressive
chemical cleaning products as this may
affect the product surface finish and
invalidate your guarantee.
NOTE: The ‘display screen’ is a representation
of the showering temperature, and not an
‘absolute’ temperature reading. The display
has a temperature tolerance of 20C.
NOTE: If ever the water becomes too hot and
you cannot obtain cooler water, first check
that the sprayplate in the showerhead has not
become blocked.
DO NOT place items such as soap or shampoo
bottles on top of the unit. Liquid could seep
through the joint between the cover and
backplate.
Please read this book thoroughly and familiarise yourself with all
instructions before commencing installation and keep it for future reference.
The shower installation MUST be carried out by a suitably qualified person, in the
sequence of this instruction book.
CONTENTSPage
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION (please read)
Installation check list (please follow & complete)
GENERAL GUIDANCE NOTES
GENERAL ADVICE TO USERS - CLEANING ADVICE
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................. 2
DIMENSIONS & CABLE/WATER ENTRY POINTS............................... 3
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS........................................................ 4 - 5
INSTALLING THE SHOWER.................................................. 6 - 14
Siting of the shower................................................................. 6 - 7
Plumbing installation................................................................... 8
Electrical installation.................................................................... 9
Fit to the wall & connect shower supplies................................ 9 - 11
Fitting the cover......................................................................... 12
COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE...................................... 13 - 14
Connecting the PCB cable.......................................................... 14
USER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS...................................... 15 - 17
Operating functions........................................................................ 17
Cleaning the filter - installers & service engineers only.................... 18
Fault finding/Troubleshooting..................................................... 19 - 20
Spare parts..................................................................................... 21
SHOWER CONTROLS - QUICK USER GUIDE................ Inside rear cover
UK Service Policy/UK Guarantee............................................... Rear cover
To check the product suitability for commercial and multiple installations, please contact Triton’s
specification advisory service before installation.
Telephone: 024 7637 2222
Facsimile: 024 7632 4504
E mail: technical@tritonshowers.co.uk
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SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Nominal power - rating at 240V
Nominal power - rating at 230V
8.5kW – (40A MCB rating)
7.8kW – (40A MCB rating)
9.5kW – (40A MCB rating)
8.7kW – (40A MCB rating)
PLUMBING (see page 6 & 7 for water regulations)
Supply Source
Mains pressure cold water only
Minimum running pressure and flow to the inlet
of the shower for full performance
100kPa (1 bar) at 8 litres per minute
Maximum static pressure
1000 kPa (10 bar)
Maximum inlet temperature
28°C
Minimum inlet temperature
2°C
Inlet connection
15mm diameter
Outlet connection
½” BSP male thread
MATERIALS
ABS
Backplate, cover, controls, showerhead
Acetal
Sprayplate
Minerally insulated corrosion resistant metal
sheathing
Elements
STANDARDS and APPROVALS
Splashproof rating
IPX4
Safety
Complies with the requirements of current
British and European safety standards for
household and similar electrical appliances
BEAB
Complies with requirements of the British
Electrotechnical Approvals Board (BEAB)
CE
Meets with Compliance with European
Community Directives (CE)
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DIMENSIONS & ENTRY POINTS
Fig.1
DIMENSIONS
211mm
97mm
330mm
ENTRY POINTS
WATER
= Back
= Others
Left: Top, Bottom, Back.
Right: Bottom, Back.
CABLE
= Back
= Others
Left: Top, Bottom, Back.
Right: Bottom.
PLEASE NOTE: Deviation from the
approved entry points will invalidate
product specifications and warranty.
Fig.2
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Triton Showers,
Triton Road, Nuneaton,
Warwickshire, CV11 4NR
Fig.3
WARNING!
W-006-A
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
xxxx
The installation, supply cable and circuit
protection must conform with BS 7671 (IEE
wiring regulations) and be sufficient for the
amperage required.
The following notes are for guidance only:
1 The shower must only be connected to a
230-240V ac supply. If you are installing a
shower with a kilowatt rating above 9kW, it
is advisable to contact the local electricity
supply company.
1.1 The electrical rating of the shower is shown
on the rating label (Fig.3) within the unit.
2
Before making any sort of electrical
connection within the installation make
sure that no terminal is live. If in any doubt,
switch off the whole installation at the mains
supply and remove the correct fuse.
3 The shower must be connected to its own
independent electrical circuit. IT MUST NOT
be connected to a ring main, spur, socket
outlet, lighting circuit or cooker circuit.
3.1 The electrical supply must be adequate for
the loading of the unit and existing circuits.
4 Check your consumer unit (main fuse box)
has a main switch rating of 80A or above
and that it has a spare fuse way which will
take the fuse or Miniature Circuit Breaker
(MCB) necessary for the shower (Fig.4).
4.1 If your consumer unit has a rating below
80A or if there is no spare fuse way, then the
installation will not be straightforward and
may require a new consumer unit serving
the house or just the shower.
4.2 You will need to contact the local electricity
company. They will check the supply and
carry out what is necessary.
5 For close circuit protection DO NOT use a
rewireable fuse. Instead use a suitably rated
Miniature Circuit Breaker (MCB) or cartridge
fuse (see Table A).
5.1 A 30mA residual current device (RCD)
MUST be installed in all UK electric and
pumped shower circuits. This may be part of
the consumer unit or a separate unit.
Fig.4 Schematic of installation circuit
Pull cord
isolating switch
Shower
unit
RCD
(can be part of
consumer unit)
Consumer
unit
Meter
Fuse or
MCB
80A or 100A
main switch
Incoming
supply
fuse
Meter
tails
Table A
CIRCUIT PROTECTION
4
unit
rating
MCB
cartridge
fuse
7.0kW
7.5kW
8.0kW
8.5kW
9.0kW
9.5kW
10.5kW
30/32A
32A
40A
40A
40A
40/45A
45A
30A
35A
35A
45A
45A
45A
45A
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Continued
6
9.3 In any event, it is essential that individual
site conditions are assessed by a competent
electrician in order to determine the correct
cable size and permissible circuit length.
A 45 amp double pole isolating switch with
a minimum contact gap of 3 mm in both
poles must be incorporated in the circuit.
6.1 It must have a mechanical indicator showing
when the switch is in the OFF position, and
the wiring must be connected to the switch
without the use of a plug or socket outlet.
Table B
Twin and earth PVC insulated cable
Current carrying capacity
6.2 The switch must be accessible and clearly
able, but out of reach of a person
u
xed bath or shower, except for the
cord of a cord operated switch, and should
be placed so that it is not possible to touch
the switch body while standing in a bath or
shower cubicle. It should be readily accessible
to switch off after using the shower.
7
Where shower cubicles are located in any
rooms other than bathrooms, all socket
outlets in those rooms must be protected by
a 30mA RCD.
8
The current carrying capacity of the cable
must be at least that of the shower circuit
protection (see Table B).
Installed in an
insulated wall
In conduit
trunking
Clipped direct
or buried in a
non-insulated
wall
6mm²
32A
10mm²
43A
16mm²
57A
6mm²
38A
10mm²
52A
16mm²
69A
6mm²
46A
10mm²
63A
16mm²
85A
Note: Cable selection is dependent on
derating factors
8.1 To obtain full advantage of the power
provided by the shower, use the shortest
cable route possible from the consumer unit
to the shower.
*The method below may be used by
installers to determine the approximate
size of the incoming cable.
8.2 It is also necessary to satisfy the disconnection
time and thermal constraints which means
that for any given combination of current
demand, voltage drop and cable size, there is
a maximum permissible circuit length.
9
3
6mm2
10mm2
16mm2
The shower circuit should be separated from
other circuits by at least twice the diameter
of the cable or conduit.
9.1 The current rating will be reduced if the
cabling is bunched with others, surrounded
by thermal loft or wall insulation or placed
in areas where the ambient temperature
is above 30°C. Under these conditions,
derating factors apply and it is necessary to
select a larger cable size.
1. Measure the width of an individual strand,
and half that measurment to find (r),
e.g: 1.34mm ÷ 2 = (r) 0.67mm
2. Multiply (r) x (r) x 3.14,
e.g: (r) 0.67 x (r) 0.67 x 3.14 = 1.41mm2
9.2 In the majority of installations (see
Table B), the cable will unavoidably be
placed in one or more of the above
conditions. This being so, it is strongly
recommended to use a minimum of 10mm
cabling throughout the shower installation.
3. Multiply this by the number of wire strands
(usually 7), e.g: 1.41mm2 x 7 = 9.87mm2.
4. The number obtained would suggest
10mm2 wiring.
*PLEASE NOTE: If unsure, consult a qualified Electrician.
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Installation - SITING OF THE SHOWER
SITING OF THE SHOWER
The installation must be in accordance with
Water Regulations/Bylaws - see page 2 for
water specifications
Mains electric supply (via double pole switch)
• If it is intended to operate the shower at
pressures above the maximum or below the
minimum stated, contact Customer Service
for advice.
Double
pole
isolating
switch
Isolating
stopvalve
Shower
unit
• If the stated flow rates are not available,
it may not be possible to achieve optimum
performance from the unit throughout
the year.
Switch may
be wall
mounted
in accordance
with IEE regs.
• During periods of high ambient temperatures
it may be necessary to select the economy
power setting to achieve your preferred
shower temperature.
Mains
water
supply
Fig.5 shows a typical system layout.
• Refer to (fig.6) for the correct siting of
the shower. Position the unit where it will
NOT be in direct contact with water from
the showerhead. Position the shower unit
vertically.
Separate permanently
connected supply
from consumer unit
Fig.5
• Allow enough room between the ceiling and
the shower to access the cover top screws.
Diagrammatic view (not to scale)
• Mark out entry points and routing of the
water and electric supplies into the shower.
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Continued
IMPORTANT: Water regulations (fig.6)
4
WARNING
• It is required that the showerhead be
‘constrained by a fixed or sliding attachment
so that it can only discharge water at a point
not less than 25mm above the spill-over level
of the relevant bath, shower tray or other
fixed appliance’.
The shower MUST NOT be
positioned where it will be
subjected to freezing conditions.
• If the riser kit is supplied with a ‘soapdish
hose retainer’ or bespoke ‘hose retainer’, it
will in most cases meet this requirement. If
the showerhead can still be placed within a
bath, basin or shower tray within the 25mm
limit, then a double check valve, or similar,
MUST be fitted in the supply pipework
to prevent back-flow.
Shower unit can
be mounted either
side of riser rail
Height of
showerhead
and shower
to suit user's
requirement
Pressure relief safety device
• A pressure relief device (PRD) is designed
into the shower unit which complies with
European standards. The PRD provides a level
of appliance protection should an excessive
build up of pressure occur within the shower.
DO NOT operate the shower with a damaged or
kinked shower hose, or a blocked showerhead.
This may cause the PRD to operate.
25 mm minimum
• When commissioning, the showerhead
must be removed from the flexible hose.
Failure to follow this procedure may cause
the PRD to operate.
Spillover
level
• Make sure the shower is positioned over a
bath or shower tray. If the PRD operates,
then water will eject from the bottom of
the unit. Should this happen, turn off the
electricity and water supplies to the shower
at the isolating switch and stopvalve.
Contact Customer Service for advice on
replacing the PRD.
*Fig.6
Shower unit
must not
be within
an area
1 metre
from base
Outline of bath
or shower tray
*(diagrammatic view – not to scale)
IMPORTANT: If installing onto a tiled wall,
ALWAYS mount the unit on the surface of
the tiles. NEVER tile up to the unit.
IMPORTANT: The unit must be mounted on
a flat surface which covers the full width and
length of the backplate. It is important that
the wall surface is flat otherwise difficulty
may be encountered when fitting the cover
and subsequent operation of the unit may
be impaired.
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Installation - PLUMBING INSTALLATION
PLUMBING INSTALLATION
Fig.7
Plumbing to be carried out before wiring
• DO NOT use jointing compounds on any
pipe fittings for the installation.
• DO NOT solder fittings near the shower unit
as heat can transfer along the pipework and
damage components.
• Compression fittings MUST be used to
connect to the inlet of the shower (fig.7).
(Push-on fittings must NOT be used as full
engagement cannot be guaranteed).
• If installing a feed pipe from the back or
bottom, the centre of the inlet valve to the
wall surface is 21mm (fig.7).
21mm
• IMPORTANT LEFT OR RIGHT REAR
ENTRY FITTING INFORMATION (fig.8).
Depending on the manufacturer of the *90°
compression fitting, the water inlet pipe
may need to be trimmed (by a maximum
of 7mm) to allow the main trim to be fitted
correctly once the compression fitting is in
place. It is advised to check positioning of
the 90° compression fitting and main trim fit
before any fittings are tightened.
7mm
(maximum)
NOTE: If entry is from the back, the nut of the
compression fitting will be partially behind the
surface of the wall. This area MUST be left clear
when plastering and tiling around the pipework
in order to make the nut accessible for future
adjustments.
The inlet elbow should be trimmed square and any
rough edges or burrs removed.
*Due to variations in manufacturers specifications, it is beyond
the scope of this book to recommend a specific elbow brand.
Fig.8
NOTE: An additional stopvalve (complying with
Water Regulations) MUST be fitted in the mains
water supply to the shower as an independent
means of isolating the water supply should
maintenance or servicing be necessary.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The outlet of the shower acts as a vent and
must not be connected to anything other
than the hose and showerhead supplied.
IMPORTANT: Before completing the connection
of the water supply to the inlet of the shower, flush
out the pipework to remove all swarf and system
debris. This can be achieved by connecting a hose
to the pipework and turning on the mains water
supply long enough to clear the debris to waste.
IMPORTANT!
The water inlet MUST ONLY be used
in the ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ entry position.
Under NO CIRCUMSTANCES should the
water inlet fitting be used at 90° to
the backplate to emulate a ‘Rear Entry’
installation.
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Installation - ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
NOTE: Deviations from the designated entry
points will invalidate product approvals. The
cable entry points are listed on page 3.
IMPORTANT: Switch off the electricity supply at
the mains before proceeding.
• The supply cable MUST be secured either by
routing through conduit, in trunking, or by
embedding in the wall, in accordance with
IEE regulations.
• Seal around rear entry cable to prevent water
ingress into the wall.
NOTE: Conduit entry can only be from rear.
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Installation - FIT TO THE WALL & CONNECT THE SHOWER SUPPLIES
FIT TO THE WALL & CONNECT THE
SHOWER SUPPLIES
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1
Pipe/Electrical access points
Please see page 3 (fig.2) for specified inlet points.
• (fig.9) - Numbers 1, 2 and 3 are removable
water/electrical entry trims.
NOTE: If top or bottom electrical entry is
chosen with no water entry at that point, the
removable trim should be cut to the shape of the
incoming sheathing to minimise water ingress
Fitting Procedure
• Turn off water supply either at the mains
stopvalve or the isolating stopvalve.
• Temporarily connect the mains water supply
to the inlet of the shower using a 15mm x
15mm compression fitting.
2
3
Fig.9
• Use the backplate as a template making sure
NOTE:
of theholes
‘cut outs’
are designed to ‘snap out’. ONLY a junior hacksaw or suitable
it isPLEASE
level and
markNONE
the fixing
(fig.10).
knife should be used. Excessive damage to the backplate may invalidate product specifications and warranty.
9
SECTION
7
Continued
Fig.10
WARNING
Check there are no hidden cables or
pipes before drilling holes for wall plugs.
Use great care when using power tools near
water. The use of a residual current device
(RCD) is recommended when
using power tools.
• Remove the unit from the wall. Drill and plug
the wall. (An appropriate drill bit should be used.
If the wall is plasterboard or a soft building block,
appropriate wall plugs should be fitted).
• Screw the top fixing screw into position
leaving the base of the screw head
protruding 6mm out from the wall.
• Hook the backplate over the top screw and
fit the remaining fixing screws into position,
but DO NOT fully tighten the screws at this
stage. The fixing holes are elongated to
allow for out of square adjustment after the
plumbing connection has been completed.
• Connect the mains water supply to the inlet
DO NOT use excessive force when making
the connection.
• Make sure the backplate is square on the
wall and tighten the retaining screws which
hold it to the wall.
• Turn on the mains water supply and check
for leaks in the pipework connection to the
shower.
NOTE: At this stage no water can flow through
the unit.
IMPORTANT: A suitable sealant should always
be used to seal around the incoming pipework to
prevent water entering the wall.
10
SECTION
Continued
7
• Route the cable into the shower unit for
connection to the terminal block (fig.11)
as follows:
Neutral cable to terminal marked N
Earth cable to terminal marked
Live cable to terminal marked L
• Once the cables have been installed the two
trimplates will need to be fitted.
Terminal block
• (fig.12) shows a schematic wiring diagram.
IMPORTANT: When connecting the cable fully
tighten the terminal block screws and make sure
that no cable insulation is trapped under the
screws. Loose connections can result in cable
overheating.
Fig.11
NOTE: The supply cable earth conductor must
be sleeved. The outer sheath of the supply cable
must be stripped back to the minimum.
L
• The use of connections within the unit or
other points in the shower circuit to supply
power to other equipment i.e. extractor fans,
pumps etc. will invalidate the guarantee.
1
E
6
N
4
• DO NOT switch on the electricity supply
until the shower cover has been fitted.
NOTE: The elements on UK models are to
240V specification and will give a lower kW
rating if the voltage supply is below 240V.
8
3
2
2
7
outlet
1 Terminal block
2Element
3 Control PCB
4 Power PCB
inlet
5
5 Solenoid Valve
6 Thermal cut-out
7Thermister
8 Connector socket
Fig.12
11
SECTION
8
check list
Installation - FITTING THE COVER
Fig.13
PLEASE NOTE
Before normal operation of the shower,
it is essential the following commissioning
procedure is completed correctly.
IMPORTANT
DO NOT connect the 10-way
ribbon cable before the
commissioning procedure
has been completed.
FITTING THE COVER
Fitting The Cover - valve & knob positions
Fig.14
• Turn the valve spindle anti-clockwise until it
stops (fig.13).
• Fit the trimplate.
• Turn the temperature control on the cover
fully anti-clockwise until it stops (fig.14).
• Offer the cover to the unit.
• Carefully locate the cover tags into the guide
pockets on the backplate and make sure the
wires are not trapped.
• Guide the cover into position so that the
control spindle locates correctly (minor
adjustment may be necessary to align the
control and spindle).
• Should any difficulty arise, recheck the points
above.
• While applying slight pressure to the front
cover, secure in position with the retaining
screws.
WARNING
COVER RETAINING SCREWS
ONLY the SUPPLIED SCREWS should be
used. The use of none supplied screws WILL
invalidate product specifications & warranty.
• Fit the flexible hose to the shower outlet
making sure the outlet of the hose is directed
to waste. Check the supplied sealing washer
is in place.
• DO NOT attach the showerhead at this
stage.
12
SECTION
!! IMPORTANT !!
COMMISSIONING
WARNING
Fig.15
Before normal operation of the shower, it
is essential the following commissioning
procedure is completed correctly.
COMMISSIONING PROCEDURE
The first operation of the shower is intended
to flush out any remaining unit debris, and
to make sure the heater unit contains water
before the elements are switched on.
This operation MUST be carried out WITH
the flexible hose screwed to the outlet but
WITHOUT THE SHOWERHEAD ATTACHED.
Make sure the outlet of the flexible hose is
directed to waste.
IMPORTANT: The Temperature control MUST
be turned fully clockwise as shown in (fig.15)
- Failure to do this could make the PRD
operate.
• Turn on the water supply to the shower at
the isolating stop valve.
• Switch on the electricity supply to the shower
at the isolating switch.
• Wait until water starts to flow from the
flexible hose.
Fig.16
• Slowly rotate the temperature control fully
anti-clockwise as in (fig.16).
• It will take about thirty seconds for a smooth
flow of water to be obtained while air and
any debris is being flushed from the shower
• When a smooth flow of water is obtained,
turn the temperature control fully clockwise
and anti-clockwise and back again several
times to release any trapped air from within
the unit.
• Once the flushing out has been completed,
switch off the electricity to the shower at the
isolating switch. The water will cease to flow.
• Unscrew the top and bottom retaining screws
again, and lift the cover from the backplate.
13
check list
9
SECTION
9
check list
CONNECTING THE PCB CABLE
Fig.17
PCB (In shower)
CONNECTING THE PCB CABLE
& REFITTING THE COVER
IMPORTANT: After connecting the PCB cable,
please check the following before refitting the
cover:
1. All plumbing connections are watertight.
PCB
cable
(cover)
2. Terminal block screws are fully tightened.
3. Make sure the pipe and cable entering
the unit do not prevent the cover locating
correctly onto the backplate.
4. Check that the top rubber seal is in place
on the inside of the cover.
Coloured
edge
•See (fig.13 & 14 on page 12) for the
correct positions of the temperature spindle
and temperature knob.
• Attached to the display PCB, inside
the cover, is a 10-way ribbon cable.
The ribbon cable connector must be
plugged into the socket located at the
right of the power PCB situated inside
the unit (fig.17).
• The cable connector can only be fitted
into the socket in one way. The ribbon
cable has a coloured edge which is
lowermost when correctly fitted to the
socket.
• Guide the cover into position so that the knob
spindle locates correctly (minor adjustment
may be necessary to align the knob and
spindle). Should any difficulty arise, re check
the points above.
• While applying slight pressure to the cover,
secure in position with the retaining screws.
• Turn the electric supply back on at the
isolating switch. The ‘Power on’ indicator will
light.
• Water will NOT flow until the Start/Stop icon
is touched.
• It is recommended that the water and electric
supplies to the shower are turned off while
the riser rail kit is being installed.
• The flexible hose can be left attached to the
shower outlet. Make sure the supplied sealing
washer is fitted.
14
SECTION
USER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATING THE SHOWER
check list
10
Fig.18
PLEASE NOTE
The touch controls will run a calibration
cycle for a few seconds when the ‘power on’
indicator ring illuminates.
hello
The start/stop icon will not activate the
shower until calibration has finished.
’Mode
Indicator’ bars
Display
screen
High (Max)
icon default start
Economy
icon - (Eco)
To start the shower (fig.18)
• Switch the power on at the isolating switch.
The power ‘on’ indicator ring of light around
the Start/Stop icon will illuminate.
Cold icon
• Touch the Start/Stop icon and the Display
Screen will illuminate and ‘Hello’ will be
displayed for a few seconds. The display
will then change to show the showering
temperature. The shower will start on the High
(Max) setting. The ‘Mode Indicator’ bars will
illuminate either side of the High (Max) icon.
• Once the shower is running, the Economy
(Eco) or Cold icon may be touched to
change the setting from the default startup of
High (Max).
Power ‘on’
indicator
ring
Start/Stop
icon
PLEASE NOTE: The Power ‘on’ indicator
ring will only become visible once the isolating
switch power is turned on to the shower.
The ‘Mode Indicator’ bars for the temperature
settings and the ‘Display Screen’ will NOT be
visible until the Start/Stop icon is touched
and the shower has been started.
• When a new temperature selection is made,
the ‘Mode Indicator’ bars illuminate next
to the appropriate icon and the screen will
display ‘Cold’, ‘Eco’ or ‘Max’ to denote the
selection before displaying the showering
temperature.
The dotted
circles denote
the approximate
‘touch area’ of
the icons.
• If at any point the icon with the lit ‘Mode
Indicator’ bars is touched again, it will display
the appropriate word for the setting for a few
seconds.
To stop the shower
• The shower should be stopped by touching
the Start/Stop icon. When touched, the
words ‘shutting down’ will begin to flash
on the Display Screen and water will cease
to flow after a few seconds. (see phased
shutdown process, P17).
• The Display Screen will then display ‘goodbye’
and the Display Screen will turn itself off.
• After shutdown the unit MUST be isolated via
the 45amp-isolating switch.
15
SECTION
10
Continued
Fig.19
Cold setting - blue indicator
• Cold: No heat is applied to incoming water.
Economy (Eco) setting - single red indicator
• Economy: Only one of the elements within
the heater can is used.
High (Max) setting - double red indicator
Hotter
Colder
• High: Both of the elements within the heater
can are used.
IMPORTANT: it will take a few seconds for the temperature to stabilise once changes have been made.
To adjust the shower temperature Economy (Eco) and High (Max) settings
only (fig.19)
Temperature
control knob
• The water temperature is altered by increasing
or decreasing the flow rate of the water through
the shower via the temperature control knob.
• After obtaining your showering temperature,
the knob can be left as the normal setting
and should only need altering to compensate
for seasonal changes in ambient water
temperature.
NOTE: The preferred knob position on ECONOMY
will give a different temperature to the same
position on HIGH.
To decrease the shower temperature
• Turn the temperature control knob anticlockwise - this will increase the flow of
water through the shower and make the
water colder. The Display Screen will display
the drop in temperature.
To increase the shower temperature
• Turn the temperature control clockwise this will decrease the flow of water through
the shower and make the water hotter. The
Display Screen will display the increase in
temperature.
NOTE: It is advisable that the showering
temperature is satisfactory by testing with your
hand before stepping under the showerhead.
There will always be a time delay of a few
seconds between selecting a flow rate and the
water reaching the stable temperature for that
flow rate.
16
SECTION
Continued
OPERATING FUNCTIONS
10
Fig.20
Power ‘on’ indicator ring (fig.20)
• When the electricity supply to the shower is
switched on at the isolating switch, the power
indicator ring that surrounds the Start/Stop
icon will light up and become visible.
Power ‘on’
indicator
ring
Low pressure indication (fig.21)
If the water pressure has fallen below the
minimum required for correct operation of the
shower, the following will happen.
Fig.21
• The power to the heating elements will
be switched off, preventing any undue
temperature rises.
low
pressure
• The shower will operate on the COLD setting
and the Display Screen will flash ‘low pressure’.
• When there is adequate water pressure, the
unit automatically restores the power to the
elements and returns to the original setting
selected. The Display Screen will revert to the
water temperature again.
Fig.22
Phased shutdown (fig.22)
• When the shower is in use and the Start/
Stop icon is touched, power is switched off to
the elements. Water will continue to flow for
a few seconds, flushing out any remaining hot
water. This makes sure the next immediate
user will not receive a slug of hot water if
standing under the showerhead when starting
the shower. While the phased shutdown
operation is in progress, the Display Screen
will flash ‘shutting down’.
• When the operation is complete, the Display
Screen will show the word ‘goodbye’. The
word will gradually fade, and the Display
Screen will turn off.
shutting
down
goodbye
*Safety cut-out
• The unit is fitted with an over-temperature
safety device. In the event of abnormal
operation which could cause unsafe
temperatures within the unit, the device will
disconnect the heating elements.
Lo/Hi Out of temperature range message
• If the display shows the words ‘Lo’ or ‘Hi’ at
any time, it means that the showers is outside
optimum showering temperatures. Wait until
the screen shows the appropriate temperature
before continuing to shower.
*PLEASE NOTE
It will require a visit from a qualified
engineer to identify the nature of the fault
and replace the safety device.
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INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
INSTALLERS
ANDservice
SERVICE engineers
ENGINEERS ONLY
Instructions
installers
only
Instructions
for installers andfor
service
engineers onlyand
CLEANING THE FILTER
It is recommended that the filter is periodically
cleaned in order to maintain the performance of
the shower. It is essential that this operation is
carried out by a competent person.
• SWITCH OFF the electricity and water supply
at the mains.
• The inlet filter is situated inside the water inlet
fitting (fig.21).
• To gain access to the filter, remove the cover
and bottom trimplate.
• Unscrew the filter cap from the bottom­­­of the
inlet pipe.
• Inspect the ‘O’ ring for damage when the
filter cap is removed.
• When cleaning the filter, DO NOT use a sharp
object, as it will cause damage. It is preferable
to use an old toothbrush or similar.
• To reassemble, follow the procedure in
reverse.
• Make sure that the sealing ‘O’ ring is in place.
• DO NOT over tighten the filter cap on
reassembly.
Filter
‘O’ ring
Filter cap
Fig.21
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FAULT FINDING/TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT FINDING
Important: Switch off the electricity at the mains supply and remove the circuit fuse before
attempting any fault finding inside the unit.
Problem/Symptom
Problem/Symptom
1 Shower inoperable,
no water flow.
Cause
Cause
Action/Cure
Action/Cure
1.1 Interrupted power
supply.
1.1.1 Blown fuse or circuit breaker. Check supply
Renew or reset fuse or circuit breaker. If it fails
again, consult a qualified electrician.
1.2 Unit malfunction.
1.2.1 Power cut? Check other appliances and if
necessary, contact local Electricity Supply Co.
1.2.2 Have unit checked. Ring Customer Service.
2 Water too hot.
1.3 Thermal cut-out
operated.
1.3.1 The thermal cut-out safety device has operated.
Have the unit checked by a suitably qualified
service engineer or contact Customer Service.
2.1 Not enough water
flowing through the
shower.
2.1.1 Increase flow rate via temperature control.
2.1.2 Blocked showerhead — clean or replace
blocked sprayplate in showerhead.
2.2 Blockage in supply.
2.2.1 Check if stop valves are fully open.
Check if a blockage in the inlet filter.
2.3 Increase in ambient
water temperature.
2.3.1 Readjust flow rate to give increased flow.
2.3.2 Select ‘economy’ power.
3 Water too cool
or cold.
3.1 Too much flow.
3.1.1 Reduce flow rate via temperature control.
3.2 Water pressure below
minimum required
(see rating label).
3.2.1 Is water supply mains or tank fed?
3.2.2 If tank fed, replumb to mains water supply or
see 3.2.4.
3.2.3 If mains fed, make sure that mains stopvalve
is fully open and that there are no other
restrictions in the supply while shower is in use,
or see 3.2.4.
3.2.4 Fit pump to give minimum pressure (see rating
label). Contact Customer Service for advice.
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FAULT FINDING/TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT FINDING
Important: Switch off the electricity at the mains supply and remove the circuit fuse before
attempting any fault finding inside the unit.
Problem/Symptom
Problem/Symptom
3 Water too cool
or cold - continued
Cause
Cause
Action/Cure
Action/Cure
3.3 Reduction in ambient
water temperature.
3.3.1 Readjust flow rate to give reduced flow.
3.3.2 Select ‘high’ power.
4 Pressure relief
device has
operated.
5 ‘Low Pressure’
flashing on Display
Screen.
3.4 Electrical malfunction.
3.4.1 Have unit checked by suitably qualified
electrician or contact Customer Service.
3.5 Safety cut-out
operated.
3.5.1 Thermal safety cut-out device has operated.
Have the unit checked by a suitably qualified
engineer or contact Customer Service.
4.1 Blocked showerhead.
4.1.1 Clean sprayplate and then fit a new PRD.
4.2Twisted/blocked
flexible shower hose.
4.2.1 Check for free passage through hose. Replace
hose if necessary and then fit new PRD.
4.3 Showerhead not
removed while
commissioning.
4.3.1 Fit new PRD. Commission unit with
showerhead removed.
5.1 Low pressure
condition.
5.1.1 Insufficient water flow available.
1. Check filter is not blocked.
2. Check water supply to shower is adequate
NOTE: Identify cause of operation before fitting new PRD unit.
When fitting a new PRD, follow the commissioning procedure.
It is advised all electrical maintenance/repairs to the shower
should be carried out by a suitably qualified person.
In the unlikely event of a fault occurring please contact Triton Customer Service.
DO NOT remove the shower from the installation.
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SPARE PARTS
SPARE PARTS
1. Thermal cut-out (TCO)..................22012750
2. Heater & deflector assembly
8.5kW............................................83314510
9.5kW............................................83314520
1
10
3. Solenoid & .................................P27410800
valve assembly
4. Pressure switch assembly............. P26810803
5. Pressure relief................................82800450
device assembly
6
2
6. Terminal block............................. S82201270
& wires assembly
4
7. Inlet filter assembly...................... S27411001
3
8. Outlet pipe assembly................... S85000280
9.Trimplate
White..............................................7054365
Black...............................................7054384
8
10. Power PCB.......................................7073742
11. Cover & PCB assembly
White.......................................... S80000017
Purple..........................................S80000035
Red..............................................S80000036
Blue.............................................S80000037
-
Bottom LH pipe trim
White..............................................7054373
Black...............................................7054381
-
Bottom RH pipe trim
White..............................................7054374
Black...............................................7054382
-
Top pipe trim
White..............................................7054371
Black...............................................7054383
5
7
9
11
NOTE: Not all wiring has been shown for reasons of clarity.
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WEEE Directive – Policy Statement
As a producer and a supplier of electric showers, Triton Showers is committed to the protection of the environment
via our own environmental policy and the compliance with the WEEE directive.
Triton Showers is fully registered with the Environment Agency under the following schemes:
Repic: Producers take-back scheme (PTS), registration number WEE/EJ3466QV
Valpak: Distributor take-back scheme (DTS), registration number 9659
All our electric products are labelled accordingly with the crossed out wheeled bin symbol. This indicates, for
disposal purposes at end of life, that these products must be taken to a recognised collection points, such as
local authority sites/local recycling centres; this will be free of any charges. Do not return to Triton Showers.
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SHOWER CONTROLS - QUICK USER GUIDE
To START or STOP your shower.
2
1
3
The showers power ‘on’
ring of light will illuminate.
Turn the
main power
isolator switch ON
To START the shower - press
the start/stop button and water
will flow from the shower.
To STOP the shower
press the start/stop
button, then turn
off the isolator switch
4
To alter the FLOW and TEMPERATURE of your shower.
Select a Temperature
Button setting
HOT
HIGH (Max) defualt setting
HEATER ELEMENTS USED
0
1
2 OF THE ELEMENTS USED
2
COLD
HOT
ECONOMY (Eco)
HEATER ELEMENTS USED
0
1
1 OF THE ELEMENTS USED
2
COLD
HOT
COLD water
HEATER ELEMENTS USED
0
HOTTER (slower flow)
2
COLD
O
T
HOT
H
COLDER (faster flow)
COLD
LD
HOT
O
Select a Temperature
Knob setting
1
NONE OF THE ELEMENTS USED
C
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COLD
UK SERVICE POLICY
In the event of a product fault or complaint occurring, the following
procedure should be followed:
1. Telephone Customer Service on 02476 378495 having available,
your details including post code, the model number and power
rating of the product, together with the date of purchase and, where
applicable, details of the particular fault.
2. If required, the Customer Service Advisor will arrange
for a qualified engineer to call.
3. All products attended to by a Triton service engineer must be
installed in full accordance with the Triton installation guide
applicable to the product. (Every product pack contains an
installation guide, however, they can also be bought via our
Customer Service Spares Department).
4. Our engineer will require local parking and if a permit is required this
must be available to the engineer on arrival at the call.
5. It is essential that you or an appointed representative (who must
be over 18 years of age) is present for the duration of the service
engineer's visit. If the product is in guarantee you must produce
proof of purchase.
6. Where a call under the terms of guarantee has been booked and the
failure is not product related (i.e. scaling and furring, incorrect water
pressure, pressure relief device operation or electrical/plumbing
installation fault) a charge will be made. A charge will also be issued
if nobody is at home when the service engineer calls or adequate
parking/permit is not available.
7. If the product is no longer covered by the guarantee an up front
fixed fee will be charged before the site visit.
8. Should proof of purchase not be available on an “in-guarantee” call,
or should the service engineer find that the product is no longer
under guarantee, the engineer will charge the same fixed price and
the customer will be expected to pay the engineer before he leaves.
If payment is not made on the day an administration charge will be
added to the fixed charge.
9. If a debt is outstanding from a previous visit, or from any other Triton
purchase, Triton reserves the right to withhold service until the debt
has been settled.
10. Triton takes the health, safety and wellbeing of its employees very
seriously and expects customers to treat all staff members with
respect. Should any employee feel threatened or receive abuse, either
verbally or physically, Triton reserves the right to withhold service
Replacement Parts Policy
Availability: It is the policy of the manufacturer to maintain parts
availability for the duration of production and a period of five years
thereafter, in accordance with industry standards.
Spare parts are available via our website, www.tritonshowers.co.uk, or by
telephoning Triton Customer Service Spares Department. Payment should
be made by credit/debit card (excluding American Express or Diners
Card). Payment can also be made by pre-payment of a pro forma invoice
by cheque or money order.
Telephone orders are based on information given during of the call.
Before contacting Triton, please verify your requirements using
the information contained in the supplied user guide. Triton
cannot accept liability for incorrect part identification.
TRITON STANDARD GUARANTEE
With the exception of accessories, Triton guarantee the
product against all manufacturing defects for a period of
2 years (for domestic use only) from the date of purchase,
provided that it has been installed by a competent person in
full accordance with the fitting instructions.
All accessories such as shower heads, hoses and riser rails
carry a 1 year parts only guarantee against manufacturing
defects.
Any part found to be defective during this guarantee period
we undertake to repair or replace at our option without
charge so long as it has been properly maintained and
operated in accordance with the operating instructions, and
has not been subject to misuse or damage. This product
must not be taken apart, modified or repaired except by a
person authorised by Triton. This guarantee applies only to
products installed within the United Kingdom and does not
apply to products used commercially. This guarantee does
not affect your statutory rights.
What is not covered:
1. Breakdown due to: a) use other than domestic use by
you or your resident family; b) wilful act or neglect;
c) any malfunction resulting from the incorrect use or
quality of electricity, gas or water or incorrect setting
of controls; d) failure to install in accordance with this
installation guide
2. Claims for missing parts once the product has been
installed.
3. Repair costs for damage caused by foreign objects or
substances.
4. Total loss of the product due to non-availability of parts.
5. Compensation for loss of use of the product or
consequential loss of any kind.
6. Call out charges where no fault has been found with the
appliance.
7. The cost of repair or replacement of pressure relief
devices, showerheads, hoses, riser rails and/or wall
brackets, isolating switches, electrical cable, fuses and/
or circuit breakers or any other accessories installed at
the same time.
8. The cost of routine maintenance, adjustments, overhaul
modifications or loss or damage arising therefrom,
including the cost of repairing damage, breakdown,
malfunction caused by corrosion, furring,
9. Call out charges where the water supply cannot be
isolated, this includes consequential losses arising from
unserviceable supply valves.
For the latest Terms & Conditions, please see:
www.tritonshowers.co.uk
Customer Service: 02476 378495
Triton Showers
Triton Road
Nuneaton
Warwickshire CV11 4NR
Triton is a division of Norcros Group (Holdings) Limited
Trade Installer Hotline: 02476 378344
Fax: 02476 324504
www.tritonshowers.co.uk
E-mail: serviceenquiries@tritonshowers.co.uk
Extended Warranty AVAILABLE NOW. Call 02476 378495 for more details.
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