American Standard 2175.503 User Manual 2

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Installation

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Instructions

2175.503

Single Control Lavatory Faucet with Speed Connect™ Drain

Congratulations on purchasing your American Standard faucet with the Speed Connect drain, a feature found only on American Standard faucets.

Speed Connect Drain*

1/3 of the parts, installs in 1/3 of the time

No tools needed

Never needs adjustment

Guaranteed to seal properly the first time, every time.

Certified to comply with ANSI A112.18.1

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*Your new American Standard faucet is designed to work only with the Speed Connect drain.

To ensure that your installation proceeds smoothly-pleaseread these instructions carefully before you begin.

Recommended tools

 

Screwdriver

Channel Locks

Adjustable Wrench

Plumbers' Putty or Caulking

Tubing Cutter

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Turn off hot and cold water

 

 

INSTALL FAUCET

CAUTION

 

 

supplies before beginning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apply a bead of putty along the edge of the underside of the FAUCET (1).

Insert FAUCET (1) and CABLE CONNECTOR(2) through center hole of mounting surface.Fig. A.

From under side of mounting surface thread the two MOUNTING

NUTS (2) onto FAUCET SHANKS(4).Fig. B. 1

Center FAUCET (1) and hand tighten MOUNTING NUTS(3) to secure FAUCET(1).

PUTTY

3

(HAND TIGHTEN)

Fig. B.

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Fig. A.

3

2

1

2 INSTALLPOP-UPDRAIN

Fig. A.

Fig. B.

REAR OF

 

 

 

Remove CLEAR PLASTIC COVER (1). Remove

 

 

SINK

1

 

 

CARDBOARD SPACER (2) from under DRAIN

 

 

POP-UP(3).Fig. A.

3

 

4

Drop DRAIN BODY (4) through sink drain

 

 

 

6

hole. Make sure WHITE FOAM GASKET (5)

 

 

 

 

5

is under flange of DRAIN BODY (4).Fig. B.

 

 

 

 

 

Note: No plumber’s putty or caulk is required.

2

 

SINK

 

DRAIN

The CABLE ATTACHMENT POINT (6) must

 

 

HOLE

 

 

 

face towards the rear of the SINK. Fig. B.

 

 

 

3 INSTALL BLACK GASKET

 

 

 

Install BLACK CONE GASKET (1) onto DRAIN BODY(2)

 

 

from below.

 

 

 

Note: The flat side of the BLACK CONE GASKET(1) must

 

 

face down.

 

2

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

FLAT SIDE OF GASKET

 

 

 

MUST FACE DOWN

4 INSTALL GRAY LOCKNUT

Fig. A.

 

Fig. B.

Install GRAY LOCKNUT (1) onto DRAIN BODY(2)

 

 

 

from below SINK. Fig. A.

 

 

 

Note: The flat side of the GRAY LOCKNUT(1)

 

 

 

must face up.

 

2

 

Tighten firmly by hand. No tools are required.

 

 

DRAIN

Check DRAIN FLANGE in SINK to ensure that

 

 

FLANGE

WHITE FOAM GASKET (3) is fully compressed

 

 

FLAT SIDE OF

and not visible. Fig. B.

 

 

GRAY LOCKNUT

 

 

MUST FACE UP

 

 

1

3 WHITE FOAM

 

 

 

GASKET

 

 

 

NOT VISIBLE

5 POP-UPKNOB

DOWN

POP-UPKNOB(1) must be fully down.

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6 ATTACH CABLE CONNECTOR

Fig. A.

Fig. B.

Thread CABLE CONNECTOR (1) clockwise

 

 

onto DRAIN BODY CONNECTION (2) and

 

1

hand tighten. Fig. A.

 

 

 

Your new POP-UPDRAIN installation is

 

 

now complete. Fig. B.

 

 

Note: Tailpeice onpop-updrain is1-1/4”O.D.

 

 

Fig. B.

 

 

 

 

1-1/4”O.D.

 

 

2

7 CHECK OPERATION OFPOP-UP

 

Operate LIFT KNOB (1) to verify that STOPPER(2) opens and

 

closes.

1

 

Note: If STOPPER(2) does not open and close properly then refer

 

to the “troubleshooting section” of these instructions.

 

8 MAKE WATER SUPPLY AND WASTE CONNECTIONS

NOTE: FLEXIBLE SUPPLIES OR BULL-NOSERISERS NOT INCLUDED AND MUST BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY.

Connect water supply to INLET SHANKS (1) with 1/2" IPS FLEXIBLE SUPPLIES(2) or 3/8" O.D.BULL-NOSERISERS(3). Use adjustable wrench to tighten connections. Do not over tighten. Be careful not to kink copper supply when bending. Use tubing cutter to cut to proper length.

Connect HOT water supply to inlet of left SHANK and COLD water supply to right SHANK using sealant, appropriate

 

connectors, and COUPLING NUTS.

1

 

Connect 1-1/4”O.D. TAILPIECE(4) onPOP-UP

COUPLING

 

 

DRAIN to “p” trap.

NUT ON FLEX

 

 

SUPPLIES

2

FLEXIBLE SUPPLIES

3

 

3/8 O.D.

 

 

 

BULL-NOSE

RISERS

COUPLING

NUT WITH

FAUCET

COMPRESSION

NUT

4

FERRULE

“P” TRAP

COLD

3/8 COMPRESSION HOT CONNECTION

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9 TEST INSTALLED FITTING

With HANDLE (1) in OFF position, turn on WATER SUPPLIES(2) and check all connections for leaks.

Ensure that AERATOR (3) is tightened completely.

Operate HANDLE (1) to to alow water flow.

10 CHECK DRAIN CONNECTIONS

Operate POP-UPKNOB(5) and fill Sink with water. Check that DRAIN STOPPER(4) makes a good seal and retains water in Sink. If STOPPER(4) does not seal properly, please refer to “Troubleshooting Guide” in these instructions.

Release POP-UPKNOB(5) down and check all drain connections and "P" trap for leaks.

Tighten if necessary.

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3

4

WASTE

OUTLET

2

2

“P” TRAP

11 SERVICE

1

If Faucet Drips Proceed As Follows:

 

 

Turn VALVE in OFF position.

2

 

 

 

 

If faucet drips, operate handle

several times from "off" to "on".

 

 

 

 

Do not apply excessive force.

 

4

Clogged CARTRIDGE INLETS may cause reduced flow in "full on" hot or cold. To clean inlets, first turn off water supply, then:

Remove HANDLE (1), CAP(2) and CARTRIDGE(3).

Clean CARTRIDGE INLETS and MANIFOLD.

Reassemble CARTRIDGE (3), alternately tightening SCREWS(4). Replace CAP(2) and HANDLE(1). Check flow.

3

MANIFOLD

CARTRIDGE INLETS

12 CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

DO: SIMPLY RINSE THE PRODUCT CLEAN WITH CLEAR WATER. DRY WITH A SOFT COTTON FLANNEL CLOTH.

DO NOT: DO NOT CLEAN THE PRODUCT WITH SOAPS, ACID, POLISH, ABRASIVES, HARSH CLEANERS, OR A CLOTH WITH A COARSE SURFACE.

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Speed Connect™ Drain

Troubleshooting Guide

If sink does not hold water even though Stopper is in the “down” position:

• Follow CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE.

If Stopper does not raise up fully or sink drains too slowly:

• Follow CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE.

If you need to remove the Stopper:

• Follow STOPPER REMOVAL PROCEDURE.

If you would like the ability to remove your Stopper simply by lifting it out of the drain:

Follow STOPPER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE for“Unlocked” mode.

CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE

Disconnect the Cable from the Drain by threading the Cable Connector (1) counter-clockwise.Fig. A.

Look at the area on the Drain Body where the Cable was attached and locate the component labeled as “Cam” in the illustration. Fig. B.

Use a small screwdriver to rotate the Cam in the clockwise direction as far as it will go. At this point the Stopper should be in the UP position. Fig. B, C.

Push DOWN on the Lift-Knobto make sure it is fully down.Fig. C.

Re-attachthe Cable to the Drain Body Connection(2) by threading the Cable Connector(1) clockwise onto the Drain Body Connection(2) andhand-tighten.Fig. A.

Fig. A.

CAM

Fig. B.

Fig. C.

 

1

 

DOWN

 

 

 

 

RE-ATTACH

 

1

 

CAM CAP

 

STOPPER

 

DISCONNECT

 

 

 

2

 

 

STOPPER REMOVAL PROCEDURE

Disconnect the Cable from the Drain by threading the Cable Connector (1) counter-clockwise.Fig. A.

Look at the area on the Drain Body where the Cable was attached and locate the component labeled as “Cam” and “Cam Cap” in the illustration. Fig. B.

Use fingers or small screwdriver under either side of the Cam Cap to pry it out from the Drain. Fig. D.

Remove the Cam by pulling it straight out while wiggling gently to loosen the Rubber Seal. Fig. E.

The Stopper can now be removed by lifting it out of the Drain. Fig. F.

Fig. D.

E.

Fig. F.

 

 

REMOVE

 

 

CAM

 

REMOVE

 

 

CAM CAP

 

 

 

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STOPPER INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

The Stopper can be installed two ways, “Locked” Mode (Stopper cannot be removed) or “Unlock” Mode (Stopper is removable).

Locked Mode:

Look at the Plastic Loop at the bottom of the Stopper and notice that the Loop is on one side of the Stopper. Fig. G.

To install the stopper in “Locked” mode, insert the Stopper into the Drain so that the Plastic Loop is facing toward the rear of the Sink and the American Standard logo is facing front. Rotate

Stopper slightly if necessary so that the Stopper slides all the way down.Fig. G.

Re-installthe Cam into the Drain, rotating the Cam if necessary to make sure it is fully inserted.Fig. J.

Re-installthe Cam Cap, making sure the guide teeth are facing outward. If the Cam Cap does not “snap” into place, then rotate the Cam to make sure it is fully inserted.Fig. K.

Re-attachCable. See “CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE” in Troubling Shooting Guide to complete installation. Stopper will be in“Locked” mode and not be removable.

Unlocked Mode:

Look at the Plastic Loop at the bottom of the Stopper and notice that the Loop is on one side of the Stopper. Fig. H.

To install the stopper in “Unlocked” mode, insert the Stopper into the Drain so that the Plastic Loop is facing toward the front of the

Sink and the American Standard logo is facing rear. Rotate Stopper

slightly if necessary so that the Stopper slides all the way down.

Fig. H.

Re-installthe Cam into the Drain, rotating the Cam if necessary to make sure it is fully inserted.Fig. J.

Re-installthe Cam Cap, making sure the guide teeth are facing outward. If the Cam Cap does not “snap” into place, then rotate the Cam to make sure it is fully inserted.Fig. K.

Re-attachCable. See “CABLE ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE” in “Troublingshooting Guide” to complete installation. Stopper will be in“Unlocked” mode and removable.

Fig. G.

LOGO

LOOP TOWARD

REAR OF SINK

DRAIN

locked Mode

Fig. H.

LOGO

180˚

LOOP TOWARD

FRONT OF SINK

DRAIN

Unlocked Mode

Fig. J.

CAM

Fig. K.

 

 

INSTALL CAM

 

INSTALL

 

 

CAM CAP

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