Dura Faucet DF-PK100-WT Installation guide

Dura Faucet DF-PK100-WT Installation guide
Dura Faucet Limited Lifetime Warranty
Dura Faucet products have been manufactured under the highest standards of
quality and workmanship. Dura Faucet warrants to the original purchaser for as long
as the original purchaser owns their RV that this product will be leak- and drip-free
during normal use, and that all parts and finishes of this product will be free from
defects in material and manufacturing workmanship. Plated metal and plated plastic
finishes are warranted for (1) year.
If the product should develop a leak or drip during the warranty period, Dura Faucet
will, free of charge, provide the parts necessary to put the product back into good
working condition by you. They may also replace any part or finish that proves
defective in material and manufacturing workmanship, under normal installation,
use and service, free of charge. Proof of purchase (original sales receipt) from the
original purchaser must accompany all warranty claims. Defects or damages
caused by the use of other products or parts is not covered by this warranty. If
repair or replacement is not practical, Dura Faucet may elect to refund the purchase
price in exchange for the return of the product.
This warranty covers replacement of all defective parts and finishes. However,
damage due to product abuse, product misuse, installation error, or the use of
cleaners containing alcohol, abrasives, or other solvents, whether performed by a
contractor, service company, or yourself, will void this warranty. Dura Faucet will
not be responsible for labor charges and/or damages incurred in installation, repair
or replacement, nor any indirect, incidental or consequential damages, losses, or
injury costs of any nature relating to this product. Except as provided by law, this
warranty is in lieu of and excludes all other warranties, conditions and guarantees,
whether expressed or implied, statutory or otherwise, including without restriction
those of merchantability or of fitness for use.
Dura Faucet will advise you on how to proceed in making warranty claims. To begin
a warranty claim, write to Dura Faucet explaining the defect and include proof of
purchase and your name, address and telephone number. Email is
[email protected]
* Never use cleaners containing abrasive cleansers, ammonia, bleach, acids, waxes,
alcohol, solvents or other products not recommended for plated metal or plastic
finishes. This will void the warranty.
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19215 SE 34 St. Ste. 106-382
Camas, WA 98607
DF-PK100 | Plastic Pull-Out RV Kitchen Faucet
IN S T A LLA T IO N O F T H E F A U C E T
1
New Faucet Preparation
Completely shut off the water supply.
Remove the old faucet by disconnecting it
from the water supply tubes under the
sink. Clean the sink’s top surface in
preparation for installation of the new
faucet.
3
Install Faucet Under Sink
Screw the provided locknuts upward from
under the sink onto faucet connectors
using your hands only. Tighten the nuts
alternating until they are nearly flush with
the underside of the sink top. Then, align
the faucet as desired. While maintaining
set alignment, tighten down the locknuts
to lock faucet into place. Attach water
supply lines to faucet by tightening nuts A
and B. Do not overtighten.
M A IN T E N A N C E A N D C L E A N IN G
Cleaning Tips: The finish on your product
is designed to retain its beautiful sheen
for years. To maintain the original look of
the finish, a little care and caution should
be used. We recommend the use of mild
soap and water to clean the product.
THE USE OF ABRASIVE CLEANERS MAY
SCRATCH THE FINISH OR CAUSE
OTHER DAMAGE.
RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND
M A T E R IA LS
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Adjustable Wrench
Plumbers Tape (Thread Seal
Tape)
Phillips Screw Driver
B E F O R E Y O U B E G IN
2
Install Faucet and Basket
Strainer on Sink
Position the faucet onto the sink’s top. (A).
Hand tighten locknuts. (B). If your sink is
uneven, and the faucet does not sit flush,
use silicone under the base. (R). Pass the
hose through the faucet, and adjust the
position of the faucet so that the hose does
not rub against the edge of the sink hole.
Attach the hose onto Check valve (M) and
Wand assembly (P), and tighten securely.
(S). Attach zinc weight to hose assembly
as shown.
4
Connect to Water Supply
Last step is to connect to the water supply.
(G). Turn the faucet handles all the way on.
(H). Next turn on both the hot and cold
water supply and allow both the hot and
cold water to run for at least one minute
each. While the water is running, check for
leaks around and under the sink.
There are a variety of things to do before
installing any new plumbing system into
your home or residence. Before you begin
work make sure you:
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Shut off the main water supply
Cover your drain to prevent
loss of parts
Observed any local plumbing
codes
Inspect fixture for damage Replace as necessary
* Dura Faucet reserves the right to make
any revisions in the design of products
without notice.
1. Stainless Steel Screw
2. ABS(BN) Handle
3. POM Ring
4. ABS(BN) Nut
5. POM/Rubber/Stainless Steel Cartridge-Hot
6. ABS(BN) Cylinder
7. POM/Brass/ABS/Rubber/Stainless/TPR Spray
Gun Group
8. Rubber O-Ring
9. Rubber O-Ring
10. ABS(BN) Escutcheon
11. Rubber O-Ring
12. Rubber Washers (2)
13. Stainless Steel Springs
14. POM/Rubber Body
15. POM Base
16. Stainless Steel Spring
17. POM Heart Son
18. Rubber O-Ring
19. POM Cover
20. Rubber O-Ring
21. PP Base Plate
22. Stainless Steel Screws (2)
23. Pb Up Pb Chunk
24. PB Down Pb Chunk
25. ABS/Brass/PVC Hose Group
26. Stainless Steel Screws (2)
27. Rubber Washers (2)
28. ABS Mounting Nuts (2)
29. Rubber Washers (2)
30. ABS Coupling Nuts (2)
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