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American Standard Bathroom Aids 2722.202 LHO manual

Brand: American Standard, product: American Standard Bathroom Aids 2722.202 LHO

Type: Bathroom Aids

Total pages: 8, PDF manual size: 1.08 Mb


All product names listed herein are trademarks of AS America, Inc. unless otherwise noted.
© AS America, Inc. 2009
HIGH GLOSS ACRYLIC
SHOWN LESS ALL FITTINGS
Local building codes vary by location. Observe all local plumbing and building codes.
Your new bath is shipped to you after careful inspection. All you need to finish the installation are your selected fittings.
To insure maximum performance and pleasure from this product, please follow the instructions and cautions.
• Level
• Square
• Tape Measure
• Pipe Wrench
• Slip Joint Pliers
• Screw Driver
• Standard Woodworking Tools
• Personal Safety Equipment
• Caulking Gun
• Nails
• Plumber’s Putty
• Silicone Sealant
• 1 x 3 or 2 x 4 Stringers
• Drop Cloth
• Mortar Mix or Grout
754049-100 Rev. J
754049-100 Rev. J 754049-100 Rev. J 754049-100 Rev. J
POST INSTALLATION CLEAN-UP
Remove all construction debris from bath. Tile grout can be removed with a wooden popsicle stick or tongue depressor.
Do not use wire brushes or any other metal implement on bath surface.
Post installation clean-up generally can be completed using warm water and liquid dishwashing detergent. Stubborn dirt or
stains may be removed using granular Spic and Span
®
mixed with water.
Painter's naphtha can be used to remove excess adhesives and/or wet oil-base paint.
FEATURES of YOUR NEW AMERICAN STANDARD ACRYLIC BATHTUB
Your new acrylic bathtub has been molded in the newest plumbing fixture material available today. Acrylics are tough
durable finishes that are simple and easy to care for.
The colors have been formulated to match other American-Standard fixtures and enhance your choice of bathroom
decorations. The high gloss surface is resistant to impact and chemicals and will retain its lasting luster with proper care
and maintenance.
AFTERCARE and CLEANING
• Always fill the tub with temperate water. Excessively hot water may cause surface damage
• Remove bath mat after use and hang to dry. Allowing bath mat to dry in the tub may cause surface damage.
• Clean after use with a mild liquid household detergent cleaner. Abrasive cleaners such as Lestoil, Lysol Disinfectant
(spray or concentrate), or Lysol Basin, Tub and Tile Cleaner, Windex, Mr. Clean, Dow Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner, or
cleaning products in aerosol cans should not be used.
HARSH CHEMICALS SHOULD NEVER BE USED ON ACRYLIC SURFACES.
• Do not use wire brushes, knives or sharp objects to remove stains, cigarette tar deposits, or other surface blemishes.
• Abrasive cleaners or powders must not be used, since they will dull the surface. If the glossy surface looses its sheen,
dulled areas can be restored by rubbing with a white polishing compound and waxing with a "liquid wax."
Do not wax areas where you walk or stand.
• Do not allow nail polish remover, acetone, dry cleaning fluid, paint remover or other solvents to come into contact with the
surface.
• Clean the surrounding surface immediately after using caustic drain cleaners.
• Burning cigarettes will damage the surface.
• Should damage to the fixture occur, repairs can be made quickly and easily. Your distributor or builder can provide details.
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AS America, Inc. (”American Standard”) warrants to the original consumer purchaser that it will, at its option, repair or replace this bathing pool – American
Standard, in its sole judgment, to be defective under normal residential use and maintenance so long as it is owned by the original consumer purchaser.
To activate this limited warranty, the purchaser must go online to our website at www.americanstandard-us.com/warranty to register their bathing pool within thirty
(30) days of purchase.
In no event will American Standard be liable for the cost of repair or replacement of any installation materials including but not limited to tile, marble, etc.
This limited warranty does not apply to Commercial Installations. The warranty for Commercial Installations is three (3) years.
This limited warranty DOES NOT COVER the following:
1. Defect or damages arising from shipping, installation, alterations, accidents, abuse, misuse, lack of proper maintenance and cleaning as directed in the
Installation Instruction Manual and use of other than genuine American Standard replacement parts, in all cases whether caused by a plumbing contractor,
service company, the owner or any other person.
2. Deterioration through normal wear and tear and the expense of normal maintenance.
3. Commercial application.
4. Options and accessories. American Standard's limited warranty on these items is one year for parts only and excludes labor. This one year limited
warranty covers accessories manufactured by American Standard (e.g. aprons, drains, grab bars, heaters, trim kits) against defects of material or
workmanship. Warranty coverage begins on the date the accessory was originally purchased by the owner.
5. Shipping cost for returning products for repairs or replacement under the limited warranty and labor or other cost incurred in connection with product removal
or installation under this limited warranty.
6. ANY LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, ALL OF WHICH ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED, OR THE EXTENSION
BEYOND THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR AN INTENDED PURPOSE. (Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so these limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.)
7. Responsibility for compliance with local code requirements. (Since local code requirements vary greatly, distributors, retailers, dealers, installation
contractors and users of plumbing products should determine whether there are any code restrictions on the installation or use of a specific product.)
This limited 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 Brands
P.O. Box 659
West Caldwell, NJ 07007
Attention: Customer Care
In Canada:
AS Canada, ULC
2480 Stanfield Road
Missassauga, Ontario
Canada L4Y 1S2
In Mexico:
Customer Service Manager
AS Maquila, S.A. de C.V.
Via Morelos #330
Col. Santa Clara
Ecatepec 55540 Edo. Mexico
For residents of the United States, warranty
information may be obtained by calling the
following toll free number (800) 442-1902
AS America, Inc. Limited Lifetime Warranty for Rope Twist™ Bathing Pools
1. WHEN INSTALLING THE MATCHING ROPE TWIST BATH WALLS (MODEL 5030.LBW),
ADDITIONAL STUDS MAY BE REQUIRED. REFER TO THOSE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PRIOR TO INSTALLING TUB.
2. ROPE TWIST SHOWER WALLS ARE TO BE INSTALLED OVER STUD WALLS.
3. BATH MAY ONLY BE INSTALLED IN A RECESS TYPE INSTALLAION.
4. THIS BATH IS NOT SELF-SUPPORTING AND MUST BE SUPPORTED ALONG ITS ENTIRE
BOTTOM WITH MORTAR OR GROUT. STRINGERS WILL HELP LEVEL TUB, BUT WILL NOT
PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPPORT.
5. TAKE EXTRA CARE WHEN DRIVING NAILS OR SCREWS TO AVOID DAMAGING THE BATH.
60 x 32 x 17 In.
(1524 x 813 x 432mm)
60 Lbs. (27 Kg)
393 Lbs.(179 Kg)
40 Gal. (151 L)
22 x 44 In. (559 x 1118mm)
25.5 X 53 In.(648 x 1346mm)
10 In. (254mm)
29 Lbs./Sq.Ft. (195 Kgs/Sq.m)
15.3
27
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR 2722 BATHING POOL
INSTALLED SIZE
WEIGHT
WEIGHT w/WATER
GAL. TO OVERFLOW
BATHING WELL AT SUMP
BATHING WELL AT RIM
WATER DEPTH TO OVERFLOW
FLOOR LOADING
(PROJECTED AREA)
PTS.
CUBE (FT
3
)
ROPE TWIST™ BATHING POOL
Installation Instructions
Thank you for selecting American-Standard...the benchmark of fine quality for over 100 years. To ensure
that your installation proceeds smoothly--please read these instructions carefully before you begin.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN....
GENERAL INSTALLATION INFORMATION ....
TOOLS:
TOOLS & MATERIALS REQUIRED....
NOTE: Take extra care in handling surfaces of the bath. Use only non-abrasive cloths to avoid scratching.
MATERIALS:
HOTLINE FOR HELP
FOR TOLL FREE INFORMATION AND ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS, CALL:
1 (800) 442-1902, in Canada call 1 (800) 387-0369.
Weekdays 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern time.
MODELS: 2722.102 RHO
2722.202 LHO
USED WITH BATH WALLS: 5030.LBW
ROUGH-IN INFORMATION:
1-1/2 N.P.T. THREADS
1-1/2 O.D. TAILPIECE
16-3/4"
(425mm)
2"
(51mm)
4-5/8"
(117mm)
ROUGH
FLOOR
17"
(432mm)
1"
(25mm)
FINISHED
WALL
SEE
NOTE
3-1/2"
(89mm)
32"
(813mm)
60"
(1524mm)
3/4"
(19mm)
70mm
(2-3/4)
9-3/8"
(238mm)
FINISHED
WALL
C/L OF
DRAIN
229mm x 305mm
(9 x 12)
FLOOR
CUTOUT
15-1/8"
(385mm)
4-1/2"
(114mm)
25mm
(1)
BATH SUPPORT
MATERIAL
TOP OF
DECK
1
INSTALLATION AND FRAMING INSTRUCTIONS:
A.) Locate studs as required. Ensure roughing-in dimensions are proper, plumb, and square. It is strongly recommended that an additional
opening be provided for access to the drain components.
B.) As shown in ILL. 2, mark the position of the underside of the deck by tracing a line onto the studs at the height indicated, using a level or
other suitable straight edge.
C.) With the top of the stringer touching the traced line, attach the stringer to the studs.
D.) Install drain components to the bath following the manufacturer's instructions. See the roughing-in drawing for suggested opening size and
location dimensions.
2
A.) THIS BATH MUST BE SUPPORTED ALONG IT'S ENTIRE BOTTOM. We recommend the use of mortar as bedding material (sand is not
recommended). Apply enough bedding to support the complete bottom of the bath. After the bedding has been poured, and before it sets,
position the bath within the recess until the rim is leveled against the leveling stringers (see "Typical Recess Installation") shown below. The rim
of the bath MUST NOT support weight. Allow the bedding material to completely harden before applying weight to the rim or bottom of the bath.
C.) Any finish material such as tile or wallboard must be self-supporting if it contacts the deck of the bath.
B.) Check level front to back and side to side, shim as necessary. To secure the tub to wood studs, use drywall screws with flatwashers or
roofing nails immediately above the flange of the bath. To secure the tub to steel studs, use 4" drywall screws and flatwashers.
16-3/4
(425mm)
TYPICAL RECESS INSTALLATION
34 Typ.
(864mm)
60-3/16
(1529mm)
3 2
( 8 1 3 m m )
TUB WI DTH
LEVELI NG
STRING ERS
Flooring will be butted against the bottom of the tub apron, also holding the tub in place.
DRAIN CONNECTION
Using recommended drain opening, connect bath drain to waste line. Tighten all drain joints securely.
3
SPIC AND SPAN
®
IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF PROCTER & GAMBLE
Illustration 1
Illustration 2
Each alcove
stud must
be plumb
and square.
3 0
( 7 6 2 m m )
SUGGESTED BATH
INSTALLATION METHOD
SECURE THE BATH TO THE STUDS AS SHOWN
FOR WOOD OR STEEL STUD CONSTRUCTION.
TYPICAL FLANGE MOUNTING DETAIL
STUD
WATERPROOF DRYWALL
OR CEMENT BOARD
WATERPROOF DRYWALL
OR CEMENT BOARD
TILE
SEALANT
TUB
ROOFING NAIL
1 x 3 (25 x 76mm) WOOD
STRINGER FULL LENGTH
1 x 3 (25 x 76mm) WOOD
STRINGER FULL LENGTH
STEEL
STUD
WASHER
TILE
SEALANT
TUB
4" (102mm)
DRYWALL
SCREW
WOOD
STUDS
STEEL
STUDS

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