American Standard Yorkville 2320 Elongated, Yorkville 2325 Elongated User Manual

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

YORKVILLE 1.6 GPF TWO-PIECEPRESSURE-ASSISTEDTOILETS

-Model 2320 Elongated

-Model 2325 Elongated

Thank you for selecting American Standard - the benchmark of fine quality for over 100 years. To ensure this product is installed properly, please read these instructions carefully before you begin. (Certain installations may require professional help.) Also be sure your installation conforms to local codes.

!CAUTION: PRODUCT IS FRAGILE. TO AVOID BREAKAGE AND POSSIBLE INJURY HANDLE WITH CARE!

NOTE: For proper operation these products require a minimum of 20 psi line pressure

RECOMMENDED TOOLS AND MATERIALS

Putty Knife Regular Screwdriver

Adjustable Wrench

Carpenters Level

Tape Measure

Hacksaw

Neoprene or Graphite Felt Gasket

Closet FLange Set

Flexible Supply Tube

(2) 5/16" Lag Bolts

Sealant

1REMOVE OLD TOILET

a.Close toilet supply valve and flush tank completely. Towel or sponge remaining water from tank and bowl.

b.Disconnect and remove supply line. NOTE: If replacing valve, first shut off main water supply!

c.Remove old mounting hardware, remove toilet and plug wall waste opening to prevent escaping sewer gases.

d.Remove closet bolts from flange and clean away old wax, putty, etc. from base area.

NOTE: Mounting surface must be clean and perpendicular to the floorbefore new toilet is installed!

F U T U R E U S E

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FINISHED WALL

 

 

 

 

 

495mm

 

 

813mm

(19-1/2)

 

 

(32)

 

 

 

 

C/L

 

 

 

381mm

 

 

 

(15)

 

 

 

 

2320

 

 

 

749mm

 

 

FLEX

(29-1/2)

 

 

 

 

 

SUPPLY

2325

 

 

AS REQ.

 

 

803mm

*222mm

102mm

152mm

(31-5/8)

 

(8-3/4)

(4)

(6)

 

 

 

C/L OF

 

 

C/L OF 1/2" DIA HOLES

WASTE

 

324mm

152mm (6) CENTERS

OUTLET 152mm

 

(12-3/4)

 

(6)

FINISHED

 

 

 

FLOOR

DIMENSIONS (Nominal) NOTE: Distance from floor to closet flange centerline(rough-in)must be 4" (102 mm) with flange surface flush to 1/16" (16mm) max. beyond finished wall.

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CLOSET

FLUSH TO

BOLTS

1/16" (16mm)

 

 

EXPOSED

CLOSET

FLANGE

102mm

(4)

324mm (12-3/4)

152mm

PILOT

(6)

HOLES

 

INSTALL CLOSET BOLTS

Install closet bolts in flange channel, turn 90°, and slide into place 6" (152 mm) apart and parallel to floor. (Use putty to hold bolts in place if necessary.) Brace under flooring as needed and drill two mounting pilot holes as shown.

S A V E F O R

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SEALANT

NEOPRENE

SEAL

INSTALL NEOPRENE OR GRAPHITE FELT SEAL*

Install seal evenly around waste flange (horn). Apply a thin bead of sealant around base flange.

* Note: Wax seal not recommended for this application.

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FLANGE

FLANGE

BOLTS

 

LAG

 

BOLT

 

TAPERED

 

WASHERS

 

INSTALL TOILET ON FLANGE

a.Unplug wall waste opening and slide toilet towards closet flange so bolts project through mounting holes.

b.Loosely install retainer tapered washers and nuts. Side of washers marked "THIS SIDE UP" must face you!

6

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BOLT

CAP

 

 

TANK MTG.

SPONGE

 

 

WASHER

NUT &

 

BOLTS

 

 

 

 

WASHER

 

 

 

 

BOLT

 

 

 

CAP

 

 

 

 

WASHER

 

 

 

NUT

 

WASHER

BOLT HEAD

INSTALL TANK

 

 

 

 

INSTALL TOILET

a. Install large rubber gasket over threaded

 

outlet on bottom of tank and lower tank

a. Position toilet squarely to wall and, with a rocking motion,

 

 

onto bowl so that tapered end of gasket

push bowl against ring and flange.

 

 

fits evenly into bowl water inlet opening,

Alternately tighten nuts until toilet is firmly anchored.

 

 

and tank mounting bolts go through

! CAUTION: DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN NUTS

 

 

mounting holes. Secure with metal

OR BASE MAY BE DAMAGED!

 

 

washers and nuts.

b. Insert the tapered washers (supplied in the kit) into the

 

b. With tank parallel to wall, alternately

lag bolts (not supplied). Insert bolts through mounting holes

 

tighten nuts until tank is snugged down

and tighten into pre-drilledfloor openings.

 

 

evenly against bowl's sanitary ribs.

c. Install the four bolt caps on tapered washers. (If necessary,

 

 

 

cut wall bolt length to size before installing caps.)

!

CAUTION: DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN

d. Smooth off the bead of sealant around base. Remove excess

sealant.

 

NUTS MORE THAN REQUIRED

 

FOR A SNUG FIT!

 

 

8INSTALL TOILET SEAT Install toilet seat in accordance with manufacturer's directions.

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TANK

 

 

WATER INLET

WASHER

FLEXIBLE

COUPLING NUT SUPPLY

VALVE NUT

COMPRESSION

COLLAR

TRIM PLATE

VALVE

CONNECT WATER SUPPLY

a.Connect water supply line between shutoff valve and tank water inlet fitting. Tighten coupling nuts securely.

b.Turn on supply valve and allow flushometer tank to fill.

c.Check for leakage at fittings, tighten or correct as needed.

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SET

 

 

SCREW

1/32"

 

 

APPROX.

ADJUSTMENTS

The flushometer tank is designed and factory-adjustedto provide a consistent, safe seal depth in the bowl after each flush. Field refill adjustment is not required. The refill has been preset and locked.

FLUSH ACTUATOR ADJUSTMENT - The spacing between the bellcrank and flush actuator may be adjusted to assure positive operation of the trip lever. Proceed as follows:

nRemove tank cover and check that there is approximately 1/32" (0.8mm) gap between the top of the actuator and bottom of the spring rod when it is lifted to remove slack from linkage.

nIf necessary, loosen set screw in actuator cap and turn cap to increase gap (clockwise) or decrease gap (counterclockwise), as needed.

nTighten setscrew securely after adjustment is completed. Replace tank cover.

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3

2

1

4

11

5

8 9

7

6

10

REPAIR PARTS LIST

NOTE: "XXX" and "YYY" represent color or trim finish options. Specify when ordering.

ITEM

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

QTY

1

738473-YYY0A

TRIP LEVER-LH

1

 

738494-YYY0A

TRIP LEVER-RH

 

2

4099.100.XXX

TANK (COMPLETE WITH COUPLING

1

 

 

 

COMPONENTS AND L.H. TANK TRIM)

 

 

4099.800.XXX

TANK (COMPLETE WITH COUPLING

 

 

 

 

COMPONENTS AND R.H. TANK TRIM)

 

3

735084-400.XXX

TANK COVER

1

4

3120.019.XXX

BOWL - ELONGATED

1

 

3125.016.XXX

BOWL - ELONGATED 16-1/8"(410mm)

1

5

738493-0070A

SPRING ROD ASSEMBLY-LH

1

 

738495-0070A

SPRING ROD ASSEMBLY-RH

 

6

034602-0070A

COUPLING GASKET

1

7

738496-0070A

LOWER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY (35 PSI)

1

8

047562-0070A

UPPER SUPPLY ASSEMBLY

1

9

047563-0070A

VALVE CARTRIDGE ASSEMBLY

1

10

730292-0070A

TANK COUPLING KIT

1

11

034783-XXX0A

BOLTS AND CAPS

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

735083-600.XXX

TANK COVER FOR LOCKING DEVICE

1

 

603111-0030A

COVER LOCKING DEVICE KIT

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

12 CARE AND CLEANING

When cleaning your toilet, wash it with mild, soapy water, rinse thoroughly with clear water and dry with a soft cloth. Avoid detergents, disinfectants, or cleaning products in aerosol cans. NEVER use abrasive scouring powders or abrasive pads on your toilet seat. Some bathroom chemicals and cosmetics may damage the seat's finish.

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

NOTE: The presence of a small amount of water in the bottom of the tank is normal. The air inducer is designed to leak for short periods during each flush cycle as aself-cleaningaction. Drippage is drained into the bowl. If used on water system containing excessive sand and/or debris, a periodic cleanup of inlet strainer is recommended. (See enclosed instructions for strainer cleaning.)

!WARNING

When servicing or replacing components of the flushometer tank system, be sure that the water supply is shut off and the toilet is flushed to relieve pressure in the flushometer tank.

For service of the Flushometer Tank System, see enclosed literature.

PROBLEM

 

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Does not flush

a.

Water supply valve closed.

 

b.

Flush actuator incorrectly set.

 

c.

Supply line blocked.

 

d.

Trip lever linkage damaged.

Poor or sluggish

a.

Supply valve partly closed.

flush

b.

Plugged inlet strainer.

 

 

c.

Supply pressure too low.

 

d.

Partially clogged trapway and/or

 

 

drain pipe and/or vent.

 

e.

Malfunctioning pressure regulator.

Toilet leaks

a.

Poor supply line connection.

 

b.

Poor bowl to tank/floor connection.

Toilet does not

a.

Supply pressure too low.

shut off

b.

Flush actuator incorrectly set.

CORRECTIVE ACTION

a.Open valve and allow water to fill tank.

b.Follow instruction to adjust flush actuator.

c.Shut off water supply, disconnect supply line, and inspect all gaskets and washers. Reassemble.

d.Check trip lever, linkage, and actuator wire assemblies for damage.

a.Open supply valve fully. Be sure that proper supply tube size is used.

b.Remove and clean strainer per enclosed instructions

c.Normal supply pressure must be at least 20 psi.

d.Remove obstruction. Consult a plumber if necessary.

e.Replace lower supply assembly.

a.Review Step 9 of installation procedure.

b.Review Step 4 through 7 of installation procedure.

a.Normal supply pressure must be at least 20 psi.

b.Follow instructions to adjust flush actuator.

AMERICAN-STANDARDONE-YEARLIMITED WARRANTY

If inspection of this American-Standardplumbing product, within one year after its initial installation, confirms that it is defective in materials or workmanship,American-Standardwill repair or, at its option, exchange the product for a similar model.

This warranty does not apply to local building code compliance. Since local building codes vary considerably, the purchaser of this product should check with a local building or plumbing contractor to insure local code compliance before installation.

This warranty shall be void if the product has been moved from its initial place of installation; if it has been subjected to faulty maintenance, abuse, misuse, accident or other damage; if it was not installed in accordance withAmerican-Standard'sinstructions; or if it has been modified in a manner inconsistent with the product as shipped byAmerican-Standard.

American-Standard'soption to repair or exchange the product under this warranty does not cover any labor or other costs of removal or installation,nor shall American-Standard be responsible for any other incidental or consequential damages attributable to a product defect or to the repair or exchange of a defective product, all of which are expressly excluded from this warranty. (Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties, so this exclusion may not apply to you.)

This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other statutory rights that vary from state to state or from province to province, in which case this warranty does not affect such statutory rights.

For service under this warranty, it is suggested that a claim be made through the contractor or dealer from or through whom the product was purchased, or that a service request (including a description of the product model and of the defect) be sent to the following address:

In the United States:

American Standard Inc.,

P.O. Box 6820

Piscataway, New Jersey 08855

Attention: Director of Consumer Affairs

For residents of the United States, warranty information may also be obtained by calling the following

toll free number: (800) 442-1902www.AmericanStandard-US.com

In Canada:

In Mexico:

American-Standard,

Customer Service Manager

2480 Stanfield Road

Ideal Standard, S.A. de C.V.

Mississauga, Ontario

Via Morelos #330

Canada L4Y 1S2

Col. Santa Clara

Toll Free: (800) 387-0369

Ecatepec 55540 Edo. Mexico

 

Toronto Area: (905) 949-4800

 

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