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MERIDIAN
MODEL 3801
CORTERRA
ADA/OBC COMPLIANT
WASH BASIN
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Prior to Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Accessibility Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Dimensional Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Rough-Ins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 - 12
Finished Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 - 15
Cleaning and Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Components & Repair Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 - 20
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
REQUIRED ITEMS FOR INSTALLATION - NOT SUPPLIED
? Chalk Line
? Teflon Tape
? Hammer
? 9/16” (8 Count) Fixture Wall Anchors and
Anchoring Hardware (and Appropriate Tools)
? Carpenters Level
? 9/32” (10 Count) Fixture Wall Anchors and
? 1/2" NPS Supply Angle Stops
Anchoring Hardware (and Appropriate Tools)
? 7/16" Hex Wrench
? Plumbers Putty
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MERIDIAN 3801
Important: Some options may slightly alter installation. To ensure proper installation
review the manual thoroughly and verify rough-ins before beginning any work. File this
manual with the owner or maintenance personnel upon completion of installation.
Industry standard wall backing, for wall hung fixtures, is required. Installer provided wall
anchors and wall anchoring hardware must be appropriate for wall construction, and
have a minimum pull-out rating of 1000 lbs. (453.6 kg).
ANSI, UFAS or ADA compliance is subject to the interpretation and requirements of the
local code authority and is the responsibility of the installer for verification.
Single Temp Valve Assembly: Recommended working water pressure is 30 PSI (2.07
bars) minimum to 100 PSI (6.89 bars) maximum. Maximum temperature is 130°F
(54.4°C). Maximum outlet temperature is recommended is 105°F (40.6°C). Valve
assembly must be drained prior to being subjected to freezing temperatures. A
checkstop is provided with this valve assembly.
T/P Mixing Valve Assembly: Recommended working water pressure is 30 PSI (2.07
bars) minimum to 100 PSI (6.89 bars) maximum. Maximum hot water temperature is
180°F (82°C). Temperature adjustment range is 95°F-110°F (43°C-48°C). Valve
assembly must be drained prior to being subjected to freezing temperatures. The valve
assembly has a check integral to the inlet however, angle stop is to be provided by the
installer.
Prior to installation, supply lines must be flushed of all foreign material such as pipe
dope, chips, or solder. Debris or foreign material in water supply may damage valve.
Teflon tape is recommended on all threaded waste and supply connections to reduce the
possibility of leaks.
Provide: 110-120 VAC/60Hz/3A (MAX) electrical receptacle for factory supplied
120VAC/9VDC, 100mA plug-in transformer when -SO and -SOS options are selected.
Provide: 110-120 VAC/60Hz/15A dedicated circuit when Dyson Air Blade Faucet
selected. Refer to Dyson installation instructions for more information.
NOTE: Receptacle(s) must be wired to a GFCI protected circuit. Fixture must be earth
grounded per N.E.C. (National Electrical Code).
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MERIDIAN 3801
ACCESSIBILITY COMPARISONS
22"
1"
138
22"
1"
138
33
4"
33
4"
17"
17"
34" RIM
MAX
9"
27"
34" RIM
MAX
31" RIM
MAX
27"
9"
ADA
Adult
ADA ages
6 thru 12
22"
22"
1"
138
1"
138
33
4"
33
4"
17"
34" RIM
MAX
17"
33" RIM
MAX
9"
BCBC
(British Colombia Building Code)
OBC
PROFILE
9"
OBC
(Ontario Building Code)
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MERIDIAN 3801
DIMENSIONAL DATA
22"
30"
17"
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ROUGH-IN DIMENSIONS
4"
[102]
Optional -SOS Sensor
Operated Soap Profile
(Shown For Reference)
PLUMBING
8"
[203]
1"
102
[267]
5"
[127]
D
E
6"
[152] 11"
[278]
D
A
B
31" [787] ADA (6-13)
34" [864] ADA ADULT
34" [864] BCBC
33" [838] OBC
7"
[178]
25"
[635]
5"
516
[135]
5
Typ. 516"
[135]
Typ.
G
MOUNTING
F
1"
22
[64]
F
G
6"
[152]
F
F
6"
[152]
F
F
G
31" [787] ADA (6-13)
34" [864] ADA ADULT
34" [864] BCBC
33" [838] OBC
17
8"
[48]
Typ.
G
G
C
- 110-120 VAC/60Hz/15A dedicated circuit when Dyson Air Blade Faucet selected
- Waste Outlet for 1-1/2" O.D. P-Trap by others
- Valve Mounting Area
- Supply Stub-Outs with Stops for Valve 1/2" NPT Hot & Cold Supply Inlets
- 120VAC, 60 Hz, 3A (Max.) GFCI Protected, Electrical Receptacle when -SO and -SOS options are
selected
F - Wall Anchoring Ø9/16” x 1” Long, Angle Bracket Mounting Slots, 6 Places
G - Wall Anchoring Ø9/32” x 3/4” Long, Enclosure Mounting Slots, 5 Places
A
B
C
D
E
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FIXTURE ANCHORING
1
Locate and mount the mounting bracket to a finished wall.
Locate and install P-Trap enclosure anchors provide by others.
1/4" MOUNTING BOLTS
(PROVIDED BY OTHERS)
2
Assemble deck to P-Trap enclosure using the 1/4”-20
hardware provided. (6 places)
1/4"-20 UNC X 1/2" HEX
HEAD CAP SCREW
(PROVIDED)
NOTE: It may be advantageous to
install to the deck, faucets, soap
dispensers or other accessories
prior to wall mounting.
3
Hang deck and P-Trap enclosure onto mounting bracket
, level and mount to the finished wall using 1/2” mounting
hardware supplied by others.
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WASTE PLUMBING
4
Install grid strainer and close elbow to
basin bowl using plumber's putty.
1. Grid Strainer w/ 1-1/2" -16 UNE Threads
2. Rubber Gasket
3. Flat Fiber Washer
4. 1-1/2" -16 UNI Rough Chrome Brass
Jam Nut
5. 1-1/2"-16 x 1-1/4" UNI Close Ell
with 3/8" NPT Clean-Out Plug
1
NOTE: ADD TEFLON TAPE TO ITEM (1) BEFORE
ASSEMBLING ITEM (5)
2
3
4
5
1"
72
5
Assemble waste piping using teflon tape on all
threaded connections and make up waste
connections to 1-1/2” P-Trap
CUT TO FIT TAILPIECE
AS NEEDED
HINT: Teflon tape is recommended on all
threaded waste and supply connections.
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SPOUT INSTALLATION
1. Assemble spout to deck securing it with nut.
2. Assemble hose adapter to tube adapter and connect
to spout hose using teflon tape.
3. Connect 1/4” O.D. PE tubing from valve.
WASHERS
NUT
1/2" SPOUT HOSE
1/2" HOSE x
1/4" NPT HOSE
ADAPTER
1/4" NPT x 1/4" O.D.
TUBE ADAPTER
1/4" PE O.D.
TUBING
1.
HOSE
2.
PUSH-IN FITTING INSTALLATION
HOSE ADAPTER
TUBE ADAPTER
TUBE STOP
NOTE: FITTINGS AND TUBE SHOULD BE KEPT
CLEAN, BAGGED AND UNDAMAGED PRIOR TO
INSTALLATION.
1/4" PE TUBING
1. Cut to fit length of 1/4” PE tubing and remove any burrs
or sharp edges. Ensure that the outside diameter is free
from score marks. Tube ends should be square.
3.
COLLET
2. Firmly and fully insert the tubing end into the push-in
fitting up to the tube stop located approximately 1/2”
deep.
3. Pull on the fitted tubing to ensure it is secure. Tube
should not come free from the fitting. Water test the
connection assembly prior to leaving the site to ensure
there are no leaks.
4.
4. To disconnect the tube from the fitting ensure that the
water supply is off. Push collet square towards the
push-in fitting body and hold. While holding the collet in,
pull on the PE tubing to remove from the push-in fitting.
COLLET
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VALVE INSTALLATION & ADJUSTMENT
! IMPORTANT
Valve Assembly Installation:
NOTE: Installation should be in accordance with
accepted plumbing practices.
Flush supply lines of all foreign material such
as pipe dope, pipe chips, solder, sand etc.
before making up supply connections.
1) Locate suitable place for mounting the valve
assembly. Valve assembly should be
accessible for service and adjustment and
as close to the point-of-use as possible.
Wall anchors and anchoring hardware are
by others.
1
2) Connect hot and cold water to supply
valve using 1/2” NPTE connections by others.
3) Connect outlet of tempering valve to
spout using 1/2” NPT connections
provided (Refer to pg.8).
2
4) Turn on hot and cold water supplies. If any
leaks are observed, hand-tighten
connections as necessary to stop leaks
before proceeding.
5) Turn on fixture and allow water to flow for 2
minutes. Measure water temperature at
outlet. If water is not at desired temperature,
adjust as necessary.
1
HINT: Angle stops are recommended
and is the responsibility of the installer.
LOCKNUT
Temperature Adjustment
(For -MXTP Option):
1) Loosen locknut.
2) Turn on fixture and run water for at least 2
minutes. Allow supply temperature to
stabilize.
3) Turn temperature stem counter-clockwise
for hotter or clockwise for colder outlet
temperature.
TEMPERATURE
STEM
WARMER
4) Tighten locknut to prevent accidental or
unauthorized temperature adjustment.
5) Re-check outlet temperature.
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SENSOR OPERATION & CONNECTIONS
-SO Sensor Operation Range Adjustment
NOTE: SENSOR IS FACTORY SET. IF ADJUSTMENT IS
DESIRED SEE BELOW:
1. Make sure power supply is disconnected from
sensor and make short circuit on red wires.
See DETAIL A.
2. Connect power supply to sensor. Red light should
be flashing.
3. Move hand in front of sensor to distance of 2” to 4”
within 5 seconds and wait until red light flashes
quickly.
4. Move hand to desired sensing distance.
See DETAIL B.
5. Hold hand at desired sensing distance until red light
stops flashing and solenoid activates.
See DETAIL C.
Jumper
By Others
DETAIL A
DETAIL B
DETAIL C
-SO-BAT Sensor Operation
-SO Sensor Operation
(Battery Operated)
White Plug-In
(Female)
White Plug-In
(Male)
Red
Plug-in
(Male)
White Plug-In
(Female)
White Plug-In
(Male)
Red
Plug-in
(Male)
Red
Plug-in
(Female)
Red
Plug-in
(Female)
Transformer must
be plugged into a
GFI protected
circuit. Fixture must
be earth grounded
per N.E.C. or
applicable codes.
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HAND OPERATION & CONNECTIONS
-H Hand Operated
1/8" O.D. AIR TUBE
1/4" O.D. WATER LINE
Ferrule Nut
Timing Screw
To adjust timing,
turn timing screw.
Do not over tighten
ferrule nuts.
Turn timing screw clockwise to
increase timing.
1/4"
Min.
Ferrule
Nut
Leave a minimum 1/4” of polyethylene tubing
through the Ferrule Nut on the pushbutton
assembly. This is necessary to ensure proper
tubing connection.
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORY INSTALLATION & ASSEMBLY
! WARNING
Mounting
Bracket
Some soaps contain corrosive additives that can cause rust in
1-1/4"
soap dispensers. Acorn Engineering Company recommends
user/ maintenance personnel review MSDS reports of soap and
possible corrosive additives noted.
A. Install soap reservoir to wall inside P-Trap
enclosure using mounting brackets provided as
shown. Wall anchors and anchoring hardware
provided by installer.
B. Install soap filler assembly to deck as shown.
D.Install soap dispenser(s) onto deck. NOTE:
Gasket and Washer are located beneath the
deck.
C.Attach 1-1/4" O.D. refill tube to soap filler
assembly and soap reservoir with provided hose
clamps.
E. Attach 3/8" O.D. Tubing to the dispenser(s) and
reservoir. NOTE: Check Valve must be field
spliced into tubing and installed with respect to
direction of flow.
Soap Filler Adapter
Ø1/4" OD Vent Tube
Ø3/8" OD Tube
3/8" Nut
Soap Reservior
Rubber
Gasket
Washer
3/8" O.D.
Tube
Direction
of Flow
Black end of
Check Valve
HINT: For best results install soap
reservoir fill hole directly below soap filler
on deck with refill tube as short and
straight as possible to facilitate refill of
soap without backup or overflow.
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FINISHED LAYOUTS
(SHOWN FOR REFERENCE)
MODEL #3801-AB09-SOS
MODEL #3801-SO-PDM
MODEL #3801-AB09-PDM
MODEL #3801-H-PDM
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MERIDIAN 3801
TROUBLE SHOOTING FOR 9 VOLT DC SENSOR OPERATED VALVES
Normal Valve Function: 9 Volt DC sensor operated valve has flow time of 90 seconds maximum.
To reactivate, the user must move out of and return to the sensing area.
CONDITION: WATER DOES NOT FLOW
Indicators
Sensor flashes continuously
every 2 seconds when
hands are within range.
Probable Cause
Low battery warning
Solution
Replace battery
Circuit breaker tripped.
Battery completely used up.
Defective 9V DC transformer
Sensor does not flash
when the user’s hands
are within range.
Sensor flashes once
when user’s hands are
within range.
Reset circuit breaker
Replace battery
Replace transformer.
Replace transformer (sensor may be
Transformer polarity crossed
damaged and need replacement).
Remove sources of detection and
Unit is in “Security Mode” after
90 seconds of constant detection. wait 30 seconds before checking.
Range is too short.
Increase range.
Range is too long.
Decrease range and wait 30 seconds.
Sensor is picking up a highly
Eliminate cause of reflection and wait
reflective surface.
30 seconds before checking.
Defective sensor.
Replace sensor.
Stops or water main closed.
Open stops or water main.
Bad sensor to solenoid connection. Ensure wires make proper contact.
Remove solenoid, pull out plunger
Debris or scale in
and spring, and clean with scale
solenoid assembly.
remover solution or pressurized air.
Debris or scale in diaphragm.
Remove diaphragm and clean
Debris or scale in strainer.
Remove strainer and clean.
CONDITION: FALSE TRIGGERING;
WATER FLOWS CONTINUOUSLY
Indicators
Sensor flashes when user’s
hands are within range.
Sensor does not flash when
users hands are within range.
Probable Cause
Solution
Debris or scale in diaphragm
Diaphragm is defective or torn.
Remove diaphragm and clean.
Replace diaphragm.
Clean or uncover sensor and
Sensor is dirty or covered.
wait 30 seconds.
Decrease range and wait 30 seconds.
Range too long or highly
reflective surface, sunlight, bright Eliminate cause of reflection or
lights etc. are triggering sensor.
correct lighting problem.
CONDITION: WATER FLOWS
CONTINUOUSLY BUT STOPS
WHEN HANDS ARE WITHIN RANGE
Indicators
Probable Cause
Water runs continuously when
sensor not activated. Sensor
flashes when hands are within Solenoid polarity crossed.
range and water shuts off.
Solution
Disconnect solenoid and
reverse polarity.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING FOR OPTIONAL PUSHBUTTON OPERATED VALVES
Normal Valve Function: Hand pushbutton operated valve has an adjustable flow time from
5 to 60 seconds.
CONDITION: WATER DOES NOT FLOW
Probable Cause
Water main closed.
Checkstops closed.
.
Debris or scale in checkstop strainer
Air leaks from 1/8” O.D. tubing or fittings.
Pushbutton air diaphragm leaks.
Servomotor diaphragm center hole is blocked.
Servomotor upper diaphragm is damaged.
Low or no water pressure at supplies.
Solution
Open water main.
Open checkstops.
Remove checkstop strainer and clean.
Replace damaged tubing or fitting.
Replace pushbutton air diaphragm.
Remove blockage.
Replace servomotor upper diaphragm.
Increase water pressure to 30 PSI minimum.
CONDITION: WATER DRIPS, WON'T SHUT OFF
Probable Cause
Solution
Servomotor diaphragm offset hole is blocked.
Servomotor seat is damage
Servomotor plate or diaphragm is obstructed.
Servomotor timer assembly is damaged.
Remove blockage.
Replace servomotor seat.
Remove cause of obstruction.
Replace servomotor timer assembly.
CONDITION: REDUCED WATER FLOW
Probable Cause
Valve riser tubing is crimped.
Debris or scale in checkstop strainer
.
Blockage in valve flow control.
Low water pressure at supplies.
Solution
Straighten valve riser tubing.
Remove checkstop strainer and clean.
Remove blockage.
Increase water pressure to 30 PSI minimum.
Remove lime deposits with appropriate
cleaning solution.
Lime deposits in hot water pipes.
CONDITION: PREMATURE WATER SHUT OFF
Probable Cause
Air leaks from 1/8" O.D. tubing or fittings.
Pushbutton air diaphragm leaks.
Solution
Replace damaged tubing or fitting.
Replace pushbutton air diaphragm.
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MERIDIAN 3801
CARE, CLEANING, AND REPAIR
OF CORTERRA SOLID SURFACE
CORTERRA SOLID SURFACE
Acorn's densified solid surface material is composed of
recycled solid-surface polymer resin, aluminum trihydrate
and fillers. It is resistant to stains, impact and burns and
complies with ANSI Z124.3. It is attractive, durable and easy
to maintain.
ROUTINE CLEANING
Corterra should be kept clean at all times. If maintained,
Corterra surfaces will retain their new, clean appearance
indefinitely. Wash with a non-abrasive all purpose cleaner
and water, then rinse. Wipe dry. (Never use cleaners with
strong chemicals such as toilet bowl cleaners, rust
removers, ceramic cook top cleaners, laquer thinners or
oven cleaners). To remove persistent stains use a Scotch
Brite pad and an abrasive cleaner or a solution of household
bleach and water (1 part water to 1 part bleach).
REPAIRING SURFACE DAMAGE
Surface damage, such as minor chips, scratches, burn
marks and graffiti can be repaired with a fine grit abrasive
cleanser, such as a Scotch-Brite pad or fine grit sandpaper.
For more serious physical damage caused by vandals, an
Acorn Solid Surface Repair Kit is available. Contact the
factory for details. Refer to drawing #9927-160-002.
SOAP SYSTEMS
Acorn soap reservoirs and dispensers provide a dependable
operation over long term when proper maintenance is
performed and the correct soap is being used. The most
common problem with soap systems is that the wrong
viscosity (thickness) of soap is being used or high acidic pH
levels are in the ingredients. Soap thickness can be best
explained as no thicker or thinner than normal household
liquid dish soap. The pH level of the soap should be 6.5 to
8.5; more acidic soaps will corrode the metal parts and
degrade rubber or plastic components.
Soap reservoirs and dispensers should be maintained
periodically to clear residue. This should be done in hot
water to clean the internal components. The valve should be
pumped multiple times to thoroughly clean any residue
inside. The reservoir and tubing should also be flushed and
cleaned with hot water. In cases of extreme clogs, the
dispenser should be disassembled and the parts thoroughly
cleaned.
WARNING: Some soap contains corrosive additives that
can cause rust on stainless steel surfaces. Acorn
recommends user/ maintenance personnel review MSDS
reports of soap and possible corrosive additives noted.
CARE AND CLEANING OF STAINLESS
STEEL SURFACE
RECOMMENDED CLEANING SOLUTIONS
- Hand dishwashing liquid/soft water solution
- Mild soap/soft water solution
- 3M Stainless Steel Cleaner/Polish
- White vinegar/soft water solution
(for brightening, removing oil and
hard water deposits)
- CLR Brand Cleanser or baking soda/soft
water solution (for brightening, removing
hard water deposits)
- Club soda and sponge
FOR HIGH POLISH STAINLESS STEEL
Note: High polish stainless steel surfaces should never
come into contact with any abrasive cleaning brush, cloth or
cleaning agent.
To remove smudges and fingerprints:
Wipe surfaces with a quality Stainless Steel Cleaner/Polish.
Apply using a soft non-abrasive cloth, wipe surfaces with
stainless steel cleaner/polish.
To remove rust stains:
Wipe surfaces with CRES (available from Acorn) or
equivalent cleaner. Use recommended solutions. Apply
using a soft non-abrasive sponge. Rinse surfaces
immediately after application. Always follow cleaner product
directions provided. Afterwards, using a soft, non-abrasive
cloth, wipe surfaces with stainless steel cleaner/polish.
FOR TOUGH PROBLEMS
- CRES Cleaner specifically for rust stains (available from
Acorn)
- Tarn-X for general stains
- #7 chrome polish
- Silver polish
To remove stubborn spots or to treat a scratch
(Standard Satin Finish Only):
Use of synthetic, abrasive, general-purpose pads such as
Scotch Brite is recommended. Apply the stainless steel
cleaner/polish to the synthetic, abrasive pads and
CAREFULLY rub out spot with cleaner/ polish. Be sure to
rub in the direction of the grain! Do not allow steel wool to
come in contact with the stainless steel. Steel particles can
embed into the stainless steel surface and create rust!
Stainless steel should be kept clean at all times. If
maintained, stainless steel surfaces will retain their new,
clean, polished appearance indefinitely. To remove water
spots or rust spots, stainless steel cleaner/polish on a cloth
is recommended.
IF SPOTS ARE STUBBORN OR IF YOU WISH TO TREAT A
SCRATCH: synthetic, abrasive, general-purpose pads such
as Scotch Brite are recommended. Apply the stainless steel
cleaner/polish to the synthetic, abrasive pad and
CAREFULLY rub out spot with cleaner/polish. Be sure to
rub in the direction of the grain! Do not allow steel wool to
come in contact with stainless steel. Steel particles can
embed into the stainless steel surface and create rust.
NORMAL CLEANING
Clean weekly or more often, as needed
(especially high polishing surfaces)
RECOMMENDED CLEANING MATERIALS
- Sponge – natural or artificial
- Nylon or other soft-bristle material brush
- Soft cloth (as used on automobile finishes)
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MERIDIAN 3801
COMPONENTS & REPAIR PARTS
Description
Part No.
Diagram
MOUNTING HARDWARE
1/4" Stainless Steel Helical Lock Washer
0337-050-000
Stainless Steel, Hex Head, Cap Screw,
¼"-20 x 1/2" Long
0206-004-000
¼"-20 x 1" Thick Fender Washer
0332-004-000
SPOUTS
Stern Easy E/B Sensor Operated Spout
9VDC
2993-400-001
Stern Easy E/B Hand Operated Spout
2993-410-001
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MERIDIAN 3801
COMPONENTS & REPAIR PARTS
Description
Part No.
Diagram
SPOUTS (cont.)
Dyson Airblade™ Tap Short
(Deck Mounted Faucet)
Push Button Assembly
Stern Easy E Adapter Kit
3040-085-000
2566-270-001
6215-105-001
ELECTRONIC HARDWARE
9 VDC Plug-In Transformer
0711-410-001
9 VDC Solenoid
2563-326-001
Solenoid Extension, 9 Volt, 2FT, White
0711-430-001
Solenoid Extension, 9 Volt, 2FT, Red
0711-431-001
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MERIDIAN 3801
COMPONENTS & REPAIR PARTS
Description
Part No.
Diagram
ELECTRIC HARDWARE CONTINUED:
9 VDC Battery-Pak Assy
(6 AA Batteries Not Included)
0710-358-001
Battery-Pak Mounting Bracket
6155-013-199
WASTE ASSEMBLY
Grid Strainer w/ Close Elbow
4926-062-001
P-Trap Waste Assembly
4970-040-003
ENCLOSURES
Trap Enclosure (3801)
6216-100-002
Mounting Bracket
3801 Mounting Bracket
6216-104-199
-PDM SOAP OPTION
Soap Filler Assembly
1391-008-001
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MERIDIAN 3801
COMPONENTS & REPAIR PARTS
Description
Part No.
Diagram
VALVE
T/P 1-Station, 9VDC Solenoid, ASSE
1070, Mixing Valve Assembly
2598-231-001
Optional T/P 1-Station, Hand Operated,
ASSE 1070, Mixing Valve Assembly
2598-201-001
Optional 1-Station,9VDC Solenoid,
Single Temp Valve Assembly
2598-331-001
Optional 1-Station, Hand Operated,
Single Temp, Metering Valve
Assembly
2598-301-001
ST70-12 1/2” NPT Mixing Valve
7802-101-001
ST70-12 Valve Bracket Assembly
7842-020-001
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MERIDIAN 3801
MAIL ADDRESS
P. O . B O X 3 5 2 7
C I T Y O F I N D U S T R Y, C A 9 1 7 4 4 U . S . A .
PHYSICAL ADDRESS
1 5 1 2 5 P R O C T O R AV E N U E
C I T Y O F I N D U S T R Y, C A 9 1 7 4 6 U . S . A .
TOLL FREE 800-488-8999 • LOCAL 626-336-4561
FA X 6 2 6 - 9 6 1 - 2 2 0 0 • W E B w w w. a c o r n e n g . c o m
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Acorn warrants that all of its products are guaranteed against defective material or poor workmanship for a period of
one year from date of shipment. Acorn's liability under this warranty shall be discharged by replacing without charge
F.O.B. City of Industry, California, any goods, or part thereof, which appears to the company upon inspection to be of
defective material or not of first class workmanship, provided that claim is made in writing to the company within
reasonable period after receipt of the product. Where claims for defects are made, the defective part or parts shall be
delivered to the company, prepaid, at City of Industry, California for inspection. Acorn will not be liable for the cost of
repairs, alterations or replacement, or for any expense connected therewith made by the owner or his agents, except
upon written authority from the Acorn City of Industry office. Acorn will not be liable for any damages caused by
defective materials or poor workmanship, except for replacements, as above provided. Contact local Acorn
Representative for complete terms and conditions.
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