Delta R18224 User Manual

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ASME A112.18.1 / CSA B125.1

SINGLE HANDLE MULTICHOICE™ UNIVERSAL

JETTED SHOWER™ & JETTED SHOWER XO™ ROUGH-INVALVE BODY

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Models

R18222, R18224,

R18442 & R18448

Series

Write purchased model number here.

You may need the following tools:

For easy installation of your Delta® faucet you will need:

To READ ALL the instructions completely before beginning.

To READ ALL warnings, care, and maintenance information.

THIS ROUGH-INBODY MEETS OR EXCEEDSTHE FOLLOWING STANDARDS: ANSI A112.18.1 & ASME A112.18.1 / CSA B125.1.

NOTICETO INSTALLER: CAUTION!–Asthe installer of thisrough-inbody, it is your responsibility to properly INSTALL thisrough-inbody per the instructions given. YOU MUST inform the owner/user of this requirement by following the instructions.

If you or the owner/user are unsure how to properly install this rough-inbody, pleaserefer to the instructions supplied and if still uncertain, call us at1-800-345-DELTA.Leave this

Instruction Sheet for the owner's/user's reference.

6/27/07

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51045 Rev B

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Warranty -------------------------------------------------------------

Page 2

Installation Instructions -----------------------------------------------

Pages 3-9

Replacement Parts --------------------------------------------------

Pages 10-13

Lifetime Faucet and Finish Limited Warranty

All parts and finishes of the Delta® faucet are warranted to the original consumer purchaser to be free from defects in material & workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home. Delta Faucet Company recommends using a professional plumber for all installation & repair.

Delta will replace, FREE OF CHARGE, during the warranty period, any part or finish that proves defective in material and/or workmanship under normal installation, use & service. Replacement parts may be obtained by calling 1-800-345-DELTA (in the U.S. and Canada) or by writing to:

In the United States:

Delta Faucet Company Product Service

55 E. 111th Street Indianapolis, IN 46280

In Canada:

Delta Faucet Canada Technical Service Centre 420 Burbrook Place London, ON N6A 4L6

This warranty is extensive in that it covers replacement of all defective parts and even finish, but these are the only two things that are covered. LABOR CHARGES AND/OR DAMAGE INCURRED IN INSTALLATION,

REPAIR, OR REPLACEMENT AS WELL AS ANY OTHER KIND OF LOSS OR DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED. Proof of purchase (original sales receipt) from the original consumer purchaser must be made available to Delta for all warranty claims.THIS IS THE EXCLUSIVE WARRANTY BY DELTA FAUCET COMPANY, WHICH DOES NOT MAKE ANY OTHER WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY.

This warranty excludes all industrial, commercial & business usage, whose purchasers are hereby extended a five year limited warranty from the date of purchase, with all other terms of this warranty applying except the duration of the warranty.This warranty is applicable to Delta® faucets manufactured after January 1, 1995.

Some states/provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Any damage to this faucet as a result of misuse, abuse, or neglect, or any use of other than genuine Delta® replacement parts WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state/province to state/province. It applies only for Delta® faucets installed in the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico.

© 2007 Masco Corporation of Indiana

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R18222

 

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R18222-WS

R18224

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R18224-WS

R18442 & R18448

 

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R18442-WS&

 

 

R18448-WS

 

Jetted Shower™ and Jetted Shower XO™ Installation

Description:

Jetted Shower™ valves turn the body jets on and off only. Jetted Shower XO™ valves divert the water to the jets, the showerhead, an extra port or any combination of two, making it a 3 port, 6 function diverter.The black stem extender (without the stop) must be used if using all outlets. If a 2 port, 3 function diverter is desired, jets only, combination jets & showerhead and showerhead only, the plug must be soldered in as shown and the blue stem extender with the stop must be used.

Installation Instructions:

Shut off water supplies. Consider the type and thickness of your finished wall before placing your stringer back plate. Mount the valve to desired height.We recommend 52" from the base of the

enclosure to the center line of the jets. Install the body (1) so the surface of the finished wall is flush with the front of the plasterguard (2), using the two stringer mounting holes (3) on the bracket. Note:

Remove cover (4) to access mounting holes. Make sure the word “UP” (5) is on top of the valve body when installing.

Distance (A) from the stringer to the front of the plasterguard is 2.8" (71 mm). Distance (B) from the stringer to the front of the bonnet is 3.9" (99 mm).

If a thin wall is used, be sure to have the plasterguard behind the wall, otherwise the wall should always be flush with the front of the plasterguard. Note: For thin wall mounting, use included template for hole location.

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16"

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Max

 

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R18448 & R18448-WSInstallation

Remove the bonnet nut, stem and stem extender, seat, spring, and plasterguard (1), plus, the screen, test cap, bonnet nut, plasterguard and cover (2) before soldering. Connect valve body to water supplies using the proper fittings. Note: (3) is the cold inlet port and (4) is the hot inlet port.

Solder a copper tube (5) from the valve body to the jet module so the jets are at the desired height. Solder another tube (6) onto the top of the jet module to the shower arm elbow to the desired height. It is recommended to mount valves to stringers as shown.

The pipe (7) between valve & tub spout must be a minimum of 1/2" (13 mm) copper pipe or 1/2" (13 mm) iron pipe in a straight drop no less than 8" (203 mm) but no more than 16" (406 mm) long with onlyone 90 degree elbow to the spout nipple. If any

outlet port is to be unused, seal the port with a pipe plug.

If you are making a back to back or reverse installation (hot on right and cold on left) install the valve body as described, but reverse the water supply lines.

After soldering, reinstall all parts in reverse order; ensure bonnet nuts are tightened securely.Then install the stops into the body; be careful not to overtighten the nuts.

Note: Install stops in the w/stops version as follows:Thread nut (8) on stem (9) as shown. Then press stem and nut assembly into body (10) and tighten using a 3/8", 6 point, deep well socket.With a flat head screwdriver, adjust stem clockwise to close and counterclockwise to open.

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2 R18442 &R18442-WS

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3 Port, 6 Function

Installation

 

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16"

10

(406 mm)

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Max

 

2 Port, 3 Function

Installation

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R18442 & R18442-WSInstallation

Remove the bonnet nut, cartridge and plasterguard (1), plus, the screen, test cap, bonnet nut, plasterguard and cover (2) before soldering. Connect valve body to water supplies using the proper fittings. Note: (3) is the cold inlet port and (4) is the hot inlet port.

Solder a copper tube (5) from the valve body to the jet module so the jets are at the desired height. Determine whether a three or six function configuration is desired. For 2 port, 3 function; solder plug into auxiliary port (6) in casting. Solder tube (7) into the main port of the jet module to the shower arm elbow to the desired height.For 3 port, 6 function; all outlet ports are used. It is recommended to mount valves to stringers as shown.

The pipe (8) between valve & tub spout must be a minimum of 1/2" (13 mm) copper pipe or 1/2" (13 mm) iron pipe in a straight drop

no less than 8" (203 mm) but no more than 16" (406 mm) long with only one 90 degree elbow to the spout nipple. If any outlet port is to be unused, seal the port with a pipe plug.

If you are making a back to back or reverse installation (hot on right and cold on left) install the valve body as described, but reverse the water supply lines.

After soldering press the detent (9) into proper hole as shown, reinstall all parts in reverse order; ensure bonnet nuts are tightened securely.Then install the stops into the body; be careful not to overtighten the nuts.

Note: Install stops in the w/stops version as follows:Thread nut (10) on stem (11) as shown. Then press stem and nut assembly into body (12) and tighten using a 3/8", 6 point, deep well socket.With a flat head screwdriver, adjust stem clockwise to close and counterclockwise to open.

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R18224 & R18224-WSInstallation

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Remove the bonnet nut, stem and stem extender, seat, spring, and plasterguard (1), plus, the screen, test cap, bonnet nut, plasterguard and cover (2) before soldering. Connect valve body to water supplies using the proper fittings. Note: (3) is the cold inlet port and (4) is the hot inlet port.

Solder a tube (5) onto the top of the jet module to the shower arm elbow to the desired height. If any outlet port is to be unused, seal the port with a pipe plug. It is recommended to mount unit to stringers as shown.

If you are making a back to back or reverse installation (hot on right and cold on left),

install the valve body as described, but reverse the water supply lines.

After soldering reinstall all parts in reverse order; ensure bonnet nuts are tightened securely.Then install the stops into the body; be careful not to overtighten the nuts.

Note: Install stops in the w/stops version as follows:Thread nut (6) on stem (7) as shown. Then press stem and nut assembly into body

(8) and tighten using a 3/8", 6 point, deep well socket.With a flat head screwdriver, adjust stem clockwise to close and counterclockwise to open.

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R18222 & R18222-WS

2 Port, 3 Function

 

 

Installation

 

 

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6

 

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3 Port, 6 Function

 

 

Installation

 

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R18222 & R18222-WSInstallation

Remove the bonnet nut, cartridge and plasterguard (1), plus, the screen, test cap, bonnet nut, plasterguard and cover

(2) before soldering. Connect valve body to water supplies using the proper fittings.

Note: (3) is the cold inlet port and (4) is the hot inlet port.

Solder a tube (5) from main outlet of the jet module to the shower arm elbow to the desired height. Determine whether a three or six function configuration is desired. For 2 port, 3 function; solder plug into auxiliary port (6) in casting.For 3 port, 6 function; all outlet ports are used. It is recommended to mount valves to stringers as shown.

If you are making a back to back or reverse installation (hot on right and cold on left)

install the valve body as described, but reverse the water supply lines.

After soldering press in the detent (7) into proper hole as shown, reinstall all other parts in reverse order; ensure bonnet nuts are tightened securely.Then install the the stops into the body; be careful not to overtighten the nuts.

Note: Install stops in the w/stops version as follows:Thread nut (8) on stem (9) as shown. Then press stem and nut assembly into body (10) and tighten using a 3/8", 6 point, deep well socket.With a flat head screwdriver, adjust stem clockwise to close and counterclockwise to open.

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Blue Stem Extender -

 

2 Port, 3 Function Installation

 

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Black Stem Extender -

3 Port, 6 Function Installation

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Stem Extender Installation

Be sure to install the proper stem extender for your installation. Place required stem extender onto brass stem. Install the blue stem extender (2) if the

installation does not use the auxillary port (3). Install the black stem extender (4) if the installation uses all of the outlet ports. Use screw (1) to secure.

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PressureTesting & Flushing the Installation

Prior to testing, break off plasterguard caps

(1) and completely thread on the pressure testing caps (2). Ensure the bonnet nuts are properly tightened, and plug both outlets with proper fittings. Check for leaks.

After testing remove shower and/or tub spout plug and flush system. After flushing remove filter screen (see step 2) and reinstall cap, bonnet and cover.

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Notes / Notas / Notes