Installation Instructions

I n s t a l l a t i o n I n s t ru c t i o n s
SERIN™
MODEL NUMBERS
Wall Mount Electronic
Proximity Lavatory Faucet
T064.34X T064.35X T06B.30X
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS
supplied cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying
any components will void the warranty.
NOTE: Please refer to R350 Mounting Kit
installation instructions #M965614 prior to
faucet installation.
Certified to comply with ASME A112.18.1
Product No.'s & Options
1
Specifications
2
Faucet Installation
2-5
Electrical Installation
6-8
Start-up / Maintenance
9-10
FAQ’s / Troubleshooting
10-11
Replacement Parts
12
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NOTE TO INSTALLER: Please give this manual to the customer after installation.
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(In Toronto Area only: 1-905-306-1093)
M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
Thank you for selecting American-Standard...the benchmark of fine quality for over 100 years.To ensure
that your installation proceeds smoothly--please read these instructions carefully before you begin.
UNPACKING
All American Standard Faucets Are Water Tested At Our Factory.
Some Residual Water May Remain In The Faucet During Shipping.
1. Remove the fitting and loose items from the carton. The illustration below shows the fitting and all loose items
after they have been removed from the carton. Some items may be packaged partially assembled to other items.
6. Control box
7. Mixing Valve (optional, must be ordered separately)
8. Control Box Cover Screws
1. Installation Instructions
2. Spout Assembly
3. Elbow Kit
4. Mounting Kit
5. Supply Hose
Spout
POWER KITS SOLD SEPARATELY
Plug-In AC
Power Kit
PK00.PAC
PRODUCT No.s
All T064. SERIES
Hard-Wired AC
Power Kit
Multi-AC
Power Kit
PK00.HAC
PK00.MAC
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605XTMV1070
R350 MOUNTING KIT
(Must have R350 Mounting Kit
installed prior to Wall Mount
faucet installation)
Mixing Valve
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
Roughing-in Dimensions
Electronic faucet with proximity operation. Vandal
resistant solid brass construction single post
mounting. Operates on DC (battery/power pack) or
AC permanent power (plug-in/hardwire). In-line
strainer for solenoid is integral. Single inlet 3/8
compression, built-in checks, and flexible stainless
steel 16-1/4" reach inlet hose for spout connection.
70mm (2-3/4) DIA.
FINISHED WALL
150mm - 225mm
MIN. (5-7/8) - MAX. 8-7/8
Note: All plumbing and electrical wiring must be
installed in accordance with applicable codes,
regulations and standards.
102 - 203mm Recommended
(4" - 8" Recommended)
29-1/2" MAX.
(750mm)
81mm
(3-3/16)
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS
supplied cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying
any components will void the warranty.
*RECOMENDED CONTROL BOX OR
EQUIVALENT BY OTHERS
CONTROL BOX IS ONLY REQUIRED FOR
HARD-WIRED AC INSTALLATIONS (.392 & .395)
*ELECTRICAL
BOX
(supplied by others)
3/8" COMP.
4" (102mm) SQ. X 3-1/2" (89mm) DEEP CONTROL BOX
Hubbel-RACO #256 OR EQUAL (BY CONTRACTOR).
FINISHED FLOOR
RECOMMENDED TOOLS
1
2
3
4
1
Slip Jaw Pliers
5 Flat Blade Screwdriver
Adjustable Wrench
6 Electric Drill & 1/4"
Plumbers' Putty or Caulking
Drill Bit
Phillips Screwdriver
7 Tape Measure
2
3
7
4
FAUCET INSTALLATION
10'
5
1 SPOUT ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION;
Fig. 1
Fig. 1
CAUTION
6
3a
Turn off hot and cold water
supplies before beginning
2
1. Remove both MOUNTING SCREWS (1), then
remove upper PLASTIC GUARD (2). Remove the
CORD HOLDER (3a) and CABLE HOLDER (4a)
from the PLASTER GUARD (2).
IMPORTANT: Secure the CORD HOLDER (3a)
and the CABLE HOLDER (4a) from falling back
through the hole in the wall.
5a
5a
4a
1
2. Remove the two EXTENSION CABLE ENDS (5a)
from the CABLE HOLDER (4a).
IMPORTANT: Secure the CORD HOLDER (3a)
and the EXTENSION CABLES (5a) from falling
back through the hole in the wall.
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3b
3. Remove the CORD HOLDER (3b) and CABLE
HOLDER (4b) from the two bottom PLASTER
GUARDS (6).Use a flat blade screwdriver to break
off the two ends of the lower PLASTER GUARDS
(6) flush with the finished wall.
IMPORTANT: Be carefull not to damage the wire
cables. Secure the CORD HOLDER (3b) and the
CABLE HOLDER (4b) from falling back through
the holes in the wall. Remove the two EXTENSION
CABLE ENDS (5b) from the CABLE HOLDER (4b).
5b
4b
5b
2
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
1a INSTALL SPOUT MOUNTING KIT;
Fig. 2
Fig. 2
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1. Make sure that SEAL (7) is installed into the groove
on the back of the MOUNTING FLANGE (8). Feed
the CORD HOLDER (3a) and the EXTENSION
CABLES (5a) through the MOUNTING FLANGE (8).
9
8
3a
2. Install the MOUNTING FLANGE (8) to the wall with
three SCREWS (9) that thread into the MOUNTING
PLATE (10) within the wall. DO NOT fully tighten
the SCREWS (9). HAND TIGHTEN ONLY.
1b INSTALL SPOUT ASSEMBLY;
Fig. 3
10
5a
Fig. 3
1. Slide SPOUT ESCUTCHEON (11) onto SPOUT (12).
2. Slide COMPRESSION RING (13) and
COMPRESSION SEAL (14) onto SPOUT (12).
12
14
3. Connect SPOUT HOSE (15) onto CORD HOLDER (3a)
by pressing until secure connection is achieved .
13
11
3a
15
1c SECURE WIRE CONNECTIONS;
Fig. 4
Fig. 4
1. Connect the FAUCET SENSOR CONNECTORS (16)
to the EXTENSION CABLES (5a), and secure the
connections by installing into CONNECTOR HOUSINGS
(17) as shown. Rotate the END CAPS (18) to secure the
connection within the CONNECTOR HOUSINGS (17).
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17
17
2. Pull the bottom end of EXTENSION CABLES (5b)
so that the CONNECTOR HOUSINGS (17) are inside
the wall.
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4. Pull bottom CORD HOLDER (3b) and fish SPOUT
HOSE (15) through the wall and out through the
bottom wall opening (19).
5. Cut the CORD HOLDER (3a) off the end of the
SPOUT HOSE (15) as shown.
IMPORTANT: Secure the SPOUT HOSE (15) from
falling back through the wall opening (19).
5a
16
15
19
CUT SPOUT
HOSE
3a
3b
3
5b
M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
1d ALIGN SPOUT ASSEMBLY;
Fig. 5
Fig. 5
SPOUT LENGTH
150mm - 225mm
MIN. (5-7/8) - MAX. 8-7/8
1. Align and push SPOUT (12) through hole, loosely
installed MOUNTING FLANGE (8) and MOUNTING
PLATE (10).
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8
9
2. Once MOUNTING FLANGE (8) is aligned with
MOUNTING PLATE (10) opening, tighten the three
MOUNTING FLANGE SCREWS (9). (Tighten each
screw little by little to avoid missalignment!)
3. Align and slide and COMPRESSION SEAL (14) and
COMPRESSION RING (13) to MOUNTING FLANGE (8).
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1e SECURE SPOUT ASSEMBLY;
14
12
9
10
8
Fig. 6
1. Once MOUNTING FLANGE (8) is installed, move the
SPOUT (12) in or out to determine desired spout length
from finished wall. Note: The Min. is 150mm, (5-7/8)
and the Max. is 225mm, (8-7/8) from the finished wall
to center of the spout end.
2. Tighten COMPRESSION RING (13) to MOUNTING
FLANGE (8) by tightening the three COMPRESSION
RING SCREWS (20) with HEX WRENCH (21) supplied.
This will fix SPOUT (12) length from finished wall.
14
13
3. Push ESCUTCHEON (11) to MOUNTING FLANGE (8)
and hand tighten to complete spout installation.
12
13
Fig. 6
20
12
11
8
21
mm -7/8
25
- 2 AX. 8
m
0m - M
15 7/8)
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IN.
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
2 INSTALL SUPPLY ELBOW
ASSEMBLY & CONTROL BOX;
Fig. 7 and Fig. 7a
Fig. 7
23
15
22
1. Install HOSE CLAMP (22) onto SPOUT HOSE (15).
Install SPOUT HOSE (15) onto ELBOW NIPPLE (23).
Fully tighten HOSE CLAMP (22) to secure SPOUT
HOSE (15) to ELBOW ASSEMBLY (24). Fig. 7.
2. Using the ANCHORS (25) and SCREWS (26) supplied,
attach ELBOW ASSEMBLY (24) to finished wall, covering
the hole in wall. Fig. 7.
25
26
Fig. 7a
3. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER (27). Feed
EXTENSION CABLES (5b) THROUGH GROMMET (28)
in back of CONTROL BOX (29). (Refer to VIEW “A”). Hold
the CONTROL BOX (29) so that it covers the wall opening
and mark the four mounting hole locations as shown. Fig.
7a.
27
31
24
30
28
A”
W“
VIE
4. It is recommended that the CONTROL BOX (29) be
secured to a wall stud or cross brace within the wall using
the SCREWS (30) supplied. If the CONTROL BOX (29) is
to be installed on tile or plaster walls, the ANCHORS (31)
and SCREWS (30) should be used.
NOTE: Find plastic bag containing 4 M5X16 screws
to be used for securing the CONTROL BOX COVER (1)
when installation is complete.
29
VIEW “A”
5b
Fig. 8
3 CONNECT SPOUT HOSE TO
CONTROL BOX; Fig. 8
1. Connect G 1/2˝ end of SUPPLY HOSE (32) to the
ELBOW ASSEMBLY (24). Tighten with adjustable
wrench to make a water tight connection.
LAVATORY RIM OR
MOUNTING SURFACE
2. Connect G 3/8˝ end of SUPPLY HOSE (32) to nipple
on top of CONTROL BOX (29). Tighten with adjustable
wrench to make a water tight connection.
CONTROL BOX
FOR HARDWIRE
INSTALLATION
(supplied by others)
3. IMPORTANT: INSERT FIBER WASHER (33)
INTO SUPPLY NUT (34) ON CONTROL BOX (29).
COLD WATER OR
TEMPERED
WALL SUPPLY
32
4. Connect FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (35) to bottom SUPPLY
NUT (34). Connect other end directly to wall supply.
Connection is G 3/8" compression.
29
24
Note: FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (35) measures 20" from the
bottom of the CONTROL BOX (29) base. If additional
supply length is required, installer must purchase parts
separately. If FLEXIBLE SUPPLY (35) is too long, loop to
avoid kinking.
34
33
35
NOTE: If using Mixing Valve (optional) See Sheet
#M968808 for installation instructions.
9" TO 12"
(229mm TO 305mm)
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Fig. 1
1
2
Product
Plug-in AC Power Kit
(PK00.PAC)
Page
7
Hard-Wired AC Power Kit
(PK00.HAC)
7
MULTI-AC Power Kit
(PK00.MAC)
8
Fig. 1a
Fig. 1b
A PWRX & STANDARD
BATTERY; Fig. 1
3
1. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER (1) from
CONTROL BOX (2). Fig. 1.
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4
5
INSTALL BATTERY
2. Feed the EXTENSION CABLE (3) from the Faucet
through SIDE GROMMET (4). Fig. 1a.
6
4. Insert BATTERY (6) into BATTERY HOLDER (7),
make sure the shape of the BATTERY (6) follows the
shape of the BATTERY HOLDER (7) and terminal
end is inserted first. Fig. 1b.
-P2
CR
3. Connect SOLENOID CABLE (5) to EXTENSION
CABLE (3) from the Faucet. Fig. 1a.
STANDARD
BATTERY
Fig. 1c
7a
8
5. Connect the BATTERY CONNECTOR (7a) from the
Standard or PWRX Battery to EXTENSION CABLE
(8) as shown. Fig. 1c. Place Standard Battery or
PWRX into Housing. Fig. 1d.
6. Replace CONTROL BOX COVER (1). Tighten cover
screws firmly.
PWRX
7a
Fig. 1d
STANDARD
BATTERY
PWRX
5
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS
supplied cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying
any components will void the warranty.
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
B AC VERSIONS (HARDWIRE / PLUG-IN);
Fig. 2
Fig. 2
CAUTION
2
Disconnect AC power supply before opening CONTROL BOX.
3
1
NOTE: For AC installation, make power supply connection
before mounting CONTROL BOX (3) to wall.
1. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER (1). Feed the
EXTENSION CABLES (2) from the Faucet through the
top of ENCLOSURE (3). Fig. 2.
FOR PLUG-IN HOOKUP ONLY
2a. Insert POWER CORD (8) through POWER SUPPLY
GROMMET (9) Fig. 2a.
3a. Insert POWER CORD (8) through side GROMMET (6) as
shown. Fig. 2a.
Fig. 2a
4a. Connect one of the 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2) to
SOLENOID CABLE (7) and the other to the SINGLE AC
ADAPTER (10). Connect POWER CORD (8) to SINGLE AC
ADAPTER (10) and install CONNECTOR LOCKING
DEVICE (16). Fig. 2a.
5a. Mount CONTROL BOX to wall. Replace CONTROL BOX
COVER (1). Tighten cover screws firmly.
16
7
2
6a. Plug AC POWER SUPPLY into wall outlet.
PLUG INTO
WALL OUTLET
6
9
FOR HARDWIRE HOOK-UP ONLY;
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2b. Insert one end of the 10' EXTENSION (10a) through POWER
SUPPLY GROMMET (9). Fig. 2b.
Fig. 2b
3b. Insert 10' EXTENSION (10a) through side GROMMET (6) as
shown. Fig. 2b.
4b. Connect one of the 27" EXTENSION CABLES (2) to SOLENOID
CABLE (7) and the other to the 10' EXTENSION CABLE (10a).
Install CONNECTOR LOCKING DEVICE (16). Fig. 2b.
8
2
2
16
5b. Mount CONTROL BOX (2) to wall. Replace CONTROL BOX
COVER (1). Tighten cover screws firmly.
6
7
Contractor to supply ELECTRICAL BOX (12) and power to
POWER SUPPLY (13).
9
10a
6b. Mount POWER SUPPLY (13) onto ELECTRICAL BOX (12).
Connect connections to POWER SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
(14). Fig. 2c.
FROM ELECTRICAL BOX
WITH POWER SUPPLY
7b. Connect the 10' EXTENSION (10b) to the POWER SUPPLY
CABLE (15). Fig. 2c.
Fig. 2c
10b
10' EXTENSION
12
CAUTION: Use only American Standard
supplied cable sets. Using non-AS supplied
cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying any
components will void the warranty.
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14
BLACK & WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
Fig. 4
Unit #2
Unit #1
Unit #3
Already installed
10 ft.
EXTENSION
CABLE
AC POWER
SUPPLY
OR
*MAXIMUM OF 15 UNITS PER
AC POWER SUPPLY.
10' MAXIMUM CABLE
LENGTH BETWEEN UNITS.
BLACK &
WHITE
POWER
CONNECTIONS
C FOR AC-VERSION
(MULTI HOOK-UP); Fig. 4 and Fig. 4a
Fig. 4a
1. Remove COVERS from all CONTROL BOX (2).
Fig. 4 and Fig. 4a.
2. Remove SOLID BLACK PLUG GROMMET (17) from
left side of all CONTROL BOX (2). Replace with GRAY
GROMMET (18). (Supplied with each Faucet).
Fig. 4 and Fig. 4a.
Unit #1 Detail
4a
11a
4b
8
11b
5
3. Feed the EXTENSION CABLE (3) from the Faucet
through GROMMET (4) and connect it to the
SOLENOID CABLE (5). Fig. 4 and Fig. 4a.
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4. Feed the EXTENSION CABLE (8) from the Faucet
through GROMMET (4a) and connect to either of the
two terminals at the one end of the Y-ADAPTER (13).
Connect the 10 ft. EXTENSION (11a) to the other
terminal at the same end of the Y-ADAPTER (13).
Fig. 4 and Fig. 4a.
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13
2
5. Feed the other end of the 10 ft.EXTENSION (11b)
through the two GRAY GROMMETS (4a and 4b) and
connect to the single terminal end of the next unit’s
Y-ADAPTER (13). Place Y-ADAPTER (13) into
CONTROL BOX (2) as shown in Fig. 4 and Fig. 4a.
4
3
6. Repeat Steps above for each additional Unit, for a
Max. of 15 Units on one AC POWER SUPPLY.
7. Replace CONTROL BOX COVERS. Tighten cover
screws firmly.
AC POWER
YOU CAN USE EITHER THE PLUG-IN
OR HARD-WIRED TRANSFORMER.
CAUTION: Use only American Standard supplied
transformers and cable sets. Using non-AS
supplied cables, or cutting, splicing or modifying
any components will void the warranty.
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
START-UP / MAINTENANCE
Fig. 1
A HAND WASH SENSOR OPERATION;
Fig. 1
!
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
When the Sensor detects a user, the water immediately
starts to flow. Water flow will stop 1.5 seconds after user
is out of sensor range. This comfort timer allows the user
to move his hands without the flow cycling on and off. As
a precaution, a safety timer will turn off the water after
the sensor has been blocked for 55 seconds. Water flow
will resume when the blockage is removed from the
detection zone and the sensor is activated again.
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ECT
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D
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BAS
B HOW TO INSTALL AND CHANGE
BATTERY; Fig. 2
1. Remove COVER from CONTROL BOX (1).
Fig. 2
CR
-P2
2. Disconnect BATTERY HOLDER (3) from SENSOR
CABLE (5).
1
2
3. Remove old BATTERY from BATTERY HOLDER (3).
Install new BATTERY (2) making sure the terminal side
is inserted first and shape of the battery follows the
shape of the BATTERY HOLDER (3).
!
6
3
Prior to making power connection, make sure
detection zone is not obstructed. Sensor is
self adjusting. Keep detection zone clear for 15
seconds after power is connected.
4
5
4. To change PWRX BATTERY PACK (4), unplug and
replace with new Power Pack.
5. Reconnect BATTERY HOLDER (3) to SENSOR
CABLE (5).
6. Replace CONTROL BOX COVER. Tighten cover screws
firmly.
Fig.3
C HOW TO CLEAN FILTER
STANDARD
BATTERY
ASSEMBLY; Fig. 3
CAUTION
7/16" SOCKET
Before opening CONTROL BOX
disconnect AC power supply.
1. Remove CONTROL BOX COVER.
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2. Close SUPPLY STOP (13) with 4mm Hex wrench.
Note: Activate sensor to keep water flowing out of
faucet while shutting off.
WHITE
DEBRIS
CUP
3. Unthread FILTER ASSEMBLY (6) using a 7/16" socket.
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4. Pull out the FILTER ASSEMBLY (6), remove and clean
white debris cup and filter screen.
5. Install the FILTER ASSEMBLY (6) back in its place and
tighten with a 7/16" socket.
Caution: Do not over tighten.
FILTER
SCREEN
6. Open SUPPLY STOP (13) with 4mm Hex wrench.
7. Replace CONTROL BOX COVER. Tighten cover
screws firmly.
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D HOW TO CLEAN AND REMOVE
Fig. 4
THE AERATOR OR SPRAY; Fig. 4
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1. Remove AERATOR or SPRAY HOUSING (7) with
KEY supplied with faucet.
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2. Remove AERATOR or SPRAY (8) from HOUSING (7).
7
7
3. Clean the AERATOR or SPRAY SCREEN (9).
4. Reassemble and install into spout end. Be sure the
black seal washer is in place.
E HOW TO CLEAN FLOW
REGULATOR; Fig. 5
KEY
Fig. 5
1. Remove SUPPLY HOSE (10) from SPOUT ELBOW
ASSEMBLY (11). Pull out FLOW REGULATOR (12)
from SPOUT ELBOW ASSEMBLY (11).
2. Clean FLOW REGULATOR (12). Replace FLOW
REGULATOR (12) and reassemble SUPPLY HOSE (10)
to SPOUT ELBOW ASSEMBLY (11).
RINSE TO CLEAN FLOW
REGULATOR
12
10
11
F GENERAL CLEANING; Fig. 5
Fig. 6
1. Only use a damp, soft cloth to clean the spout and
the sensor.
2. For tougher dirt, use a soft cloth with diluted dish
washing detergent. Wipe the area using a wet cloth
and dry using a soft cloth.
CAUTION
Do not scratch the sensor when cleaning.
Avoid using any abrasives or harsh detergents
or chemicals.
FAQ'S
Q: How will I know if the battery needs to be replaced?
A: Valve will not open and sensor will continuously blink 2 times interrupted by a pause for up to 7 days.
Q: Why has the flow rate of the faucet reduced significantly?
A: The filter assembly, flow regulator or areator/spray may be clogged. Check and clean. Refer to Start-up/Maintenance,
sections C, D and E.
Q: Why doesn’t the water flow out of faucet when I'm within the sensor detection zone?
A: Battery may need replacement. Check. If sensor continuously blinks 2 times interrupted by pause, replace battery
or call (855) 752-9259.
Q: What is the normal operating pressure range?
A: Faucet will operate with supply pressures ranging from 20-80 psi.
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M965613 REV. 1.9 (12/17)
TROUBLESHOOTING FLOW CHARTS
UNIT DOES NOT FUNCTION
ARE EXTERNAL SUPPLY
STOPS OPEN?
NO
OPEN EXTERNAL SUPPLY STOPS.
NO
OPEN INTERNAL SUPPLY STOP.
(HEX KEY NEEDED)
YES
CRITICALLY LOW BATTERY.
INSTALL NEW BATTERY.
YES
IS INTERNAL SUPPLY
STOP OPEN?
YES
REPEATED DOUBLE FLASH
ON SENSOR?
NO
RECONNECT BATTERY TO SENSOR.
DOES SENSOR FLASH FOR 5 SECONDS?
1
2
NO
NO
1
2
DEAD BATTERY. INSTALL
NEW BATTERY. REPEAT.
CHECK FOR DAMAGE TO SENSOR WIRE INSULATION.
REPLACE SENSOR.
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID
WATER IS CONTINUOUSLY RUNNING
RECONNECT BATTERY TO SENSOR.
DOES SENSOR FLASH FOR 5 SECONDS?
NO
CHECK FOR DAMAGE TO SENSOR WIRE INSULATION.
REPLACE SENSOR.
NO
FULLY OPEN INTERNAL & EXTERNAL SUPPLY
STOPS BY TURNING COUNTER CLOCKWISE.
YES
REPLACE SOLENOID
LOW FLOW ISSUES
ARE INTERNAL & EXTERNAL SUPPLY
STOPS FULLY OPEN?
YES
LOW FLOW COULD BE CAUSED BY DEBRIS
IN THE FILTER ASSEMBLY, FLOW REGULATOR
OR AERATOR/SPRAY. REMOVE, CLEAN AND
INSERT BACK TO ORIGINAL POSITION.
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