Home2O Pull Down Kitchen Faucet User Guide

Home2O Pull Down Kitchen Faucet User Guide & troubleshooting

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PULL-DOWN KITCHEN FAUCET

H70K-51D-CH – Polished chrome finish

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PACKAGE AND HARDWARE CONTENTS

PART DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
A Faucet body 1
B Metal washer 1
C Lock nut 1
D Hex bolt 2
E Weight 1

Due to constant design and quality improvements, the product may look slightly different from the picture.

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Home2O Pull Down Kitchen Faucet User Guide  & troubleshooting 5 SAFETY INFORMATION

Please read and understand this entire manual before attempting to assemble, operate or install the product.

WARNING

  • Protect your eyes with safety glasses when cutting or soldering water supply lines.

CAUTION

  • If you solder the joints during installation, the seats, cartridges, and washers must be removed before using a flame or the warranty will be voided on these parts.
  • Cover the sink drain to avoid losing parts.

PREPARATION

Before beginning the assembly of the product, make sure all parts are present. Compare parts with package and hardware contents list. If any part is missing or damaged, do not attempt to assemble the product. Contact customer service for replacement parts.
Estimated Assembly Time: 30 minutes Tools required for assembly (not included): adjustable wrenches, slip joint pliers, pipe wrench, Phillips screwdriver, supply lines, silicone.

Installation may vary depending on how the previous faucet was installed.
Supplies necessary for the installation of the faucet are not all included; however, they are available wherever plumbing supplies are sold.
Prior to beginning installation, turn off the hot and cold water lines, then turn on the old faucet to release built-up pressure. When installing the new faucet, hand tighten the connector nuts. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Connections that are too tight will reduce the integrity of the system.

Need Help? Please call our toll-free line at (877) 319-3757 (7:30 am to 4:30 pm CST) for additional assistance or service.

Homewerks Worldwide, LLC • Lake Bluff, IL 60044 • Homewerks.com

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Maximum Flow Rate: 1.8 GPM (6.8 LPM) at 60 PSI
ASME A112.18.1/CSA B125
NSF/ANSI 61
Polished chrome, brushed nickel, or oil-rubbed bronze finish
Ceramic cartridge
Manufactured to include no more than 0.25% weighted average lead content on wetted surfaces
Total weight: 3.9 lbs.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Shut off the water at the supply valves under the sink or at the main water supply. Disconnect the supply lines. Remove the existing faucet from the sink.
    Clean and dry the surface area where the new faucet will be mounted.
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  2.  Unscrew the quick connector (2.1) from the end of the spray hose (2.2) by turning it in a counterclockwise direction. Remove the preassembled lock nut (C) and metal washer (B) from the shank (2.3) on the faucet body (A).
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  3. Before installation, make sure the flange (3.1) is on the bottom of the faucet body (A). Pull the spray hose (3.2) up through the faucet body (A) until the end of the hose is flush with the bottom of the shank (3.3) on the faucet body (A). Do not pull the fitting on the bottom of the spray hose (3.2) past the shank.  Carefully insert the water lines and tubes (3.4) on the faucet body (A) through the mounting hole in the sink (3.5).
    NOTE: Do not feed the spray hose (3.2) back down through the faucet body (A) until Step 5.
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  4. From underneath the sink, secure the faucet body (A) to the sink using the metal washer (B) and locknut (C). Secure the locknut (C) with the hex bolts (D). NOTE: It is helpful to have a second person hold the faucet in place while tightening the bolts on the lock nut.|
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  5. After inserting the tubes (5.1) through the hole in the sink, pull the spray hose (5.2) back down through the faucet body (A), and attach the quick connector  (5.3) by screwing it into the end of the spray hose (5.2) in a clockwise direction. Hand tightens only.
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  6. Push the quick connector (6.1) on the end of the spray hose (6.2) into the quick connect coupling (6.3) on the quick connect sprayer outlet (6.4). Give the spray hose (6.2) a tug to ensure the coupling is connected. If it is necessary to disconnect the spray hose (6.2) from the faucet, squeeze the tabs on the side spray quick connect outlet (6.4) and pull down on the quick connector (6.1) on the spray hose (6.2) to disconnect. After connecting the spray hose (6.2), attach the weight (E) to the spray hose (6.2) at the location indicated. To attach the weight (E), use a screwdriver to detach one side of the weight (E) from the other. Thenconnect the two pieces of the weight (E) back to each other around the spray hose (6.2).
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  7.  Attach one end of each of the water supply lines onto the shanks (7.1) on the faucet body (A), with hot water on the left and cold water on the right. Use  1/2 in. IPS faucet connections (7.2) or supply line coupling nuts (7.3) with 3/8 in. OD ball-nose risers (7.4).
    NOTE: Do not reuse existing supply lines. When installing new water supply lines, please refer to the supply line manufacturer’s installation instructions.

    Tighten the supply line connections using two wrenches. Place the first wrench on the shank on the tube (7.1) to hold it in place while tightening the supply line with the second wrench. This will help prevent twisting of the tubing. Do not overtighten. Repeat for the second tube and supply line. Use caution when tightening the connections, as the lines can crimp or break, causing a leak.
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  8. Attach each of the remaining ends of the water supply lines (8.1) to the hot and cold shut-off valves (8.2) and tighten with a wrench. Do not overtighten.
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  9. Once the installation is complete, remove the sprayhead (9.1) from the spray hose (9.2) to flush the water lines. Turn on the water supply and allow both hot and cold water to run for at least one minute to flush away any debris that could cause damage to internal parts. While the water is running, check for leaks.  If a leak occurs, gently tighten the nut on the connection that is leaking. Turn off the water and screw the sprayed (9.1) back onto the spray hose (9.2).

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

The lever handle controls the flow of hot and cold water to the faucet. Rotate the handle out and forward for cold water. Rotate the handle out and backward for hot water. Moving the handle outward opens the cartridge and causes water to flow from the spout. The degree of handle opening determines the volume of water flow.
Returning the handle to the original position toward the faucet body stops the flow of water.

CARE AND CLEANING
Clean periodically with a soft cloth. Avoid abrasive cleaners, steel wool, and harsh chemicals as these will dull the finish and void your warranty.

TROUBLESHOOTING

PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION
Faucet leaks underneath handle. Bonnet has come loose or the o-ring on the cartridge is dirty or twisted.

1. Move the handle to the OFF position. Unscrew the handle screw and remove the handle.

2.Tighten the bonnet by turning it clockwise. Move the cartridge stem to the ON
position. The leak should stop draining out from around the cartridge stem.

3.If the leak does not stop. shut off the water supply. Remove the bonnet by turning it counterclockwise. Lift out the cartridge valve. Inspect the larger o-ring on the cartridge bonnet and the smaller o-ring on the cartridge stem. Remove any debris from the o-rings.lf either o-ring is twisted. straighten it. If either o-ring is damaged. replace the cartridge by calling customer service.

4.Position the cartridge back into the faucet body. Make sure the ridges on the two sides of the cartridge bonnet fit into the grooves on the two sides of the faucet body. Tightly screw the bonnet onto the faucet body.

5. Reinstall the handle.

The water does not completely shut off. The rubber valve seat is dirty. stuck, or broken. 1.Shut off the water supply.

2.Remove the handle from the faucet body. Loosen the bonnet by turning it coun­terclockwise. Lift out the cartridge assembly.

3.Inspect the rubber valve seat in the faucet body. If there is debris or brass scrap on the surface of the seat remove it. If the rubber seat is stuck tightly in the water inlet hole, push it gently with a fingertip so it moves up and down smoothly. The spring (smaller end up) must be placed back underneath

the valve seat If the rubber valve seat is worn out or broken, replace the cartridge by calling customer service.

4.Position the cartridge back into the faucet body. Make sure the ridges on the two sides of the cartridge bonnet fit into the grooves on the two sides of the faucet body. Tightly screw the bonnet onto the faucet body.

5. Reinstall the handle.

Faucet leaks around the aerator. The aerator is improperly fitted, dirty. or small parts inside the aerator are improperly installed. 1.Remove the aerator from the spray head by turning it clockwise. Inspect the black rubber packing inside the aerator rubber packing should be flat

2. Screw the aerator back onto the spray head and tighten.

The faucet has an improper water pattern. The aerator is dirty or small parts inside the aerator are improperly installed. 1.Remove the aerator from the spray head by turning it clockwise.

2.Gently flush the small parrs inside the aerator to clear away any debris.

3.Reinstall the small parts as shown in the replacement parts exploded diagram. Metal screens must be flat and the plastic supporter must be straight

4.Screw the aerator back onto the spray head and tighten.

No water pressure or low water pressure after a longer period of usage. The quick connector is blocked.

1. Remove the spray head by unscrewing it from the hose assembly in a counter-clockwise direction.

2. Hold the end of the hose assembly down into the sink and turn on the faucet to the warm position where it mixes the hot and cold water. If the water flow is still slow or completely blocked. please call customer service.

ROUGH-IN

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REPLACEMENT PARTS

For replacement parts, call our customer service department at (877) 319-3757, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, CST, Monday – Friday.

PART                DESCRIPTION PART # PART # PART #
H70K-51 D-CH H70K-51 D-BN H70K-51 D-ORB
1 Handle assembly RP03036CH RP03036BN RP03036ORB
2 Retaining ring RP03037CH RP03037BN RP03037ORB
3 Spray head assembly RP03038CH RP03038BN RP03038ORB
4 Cartridge RP03001 RP03001 RP03001
5 Weight RP03002 RP03002 RP03002
6 Mounting hardware RP03045 RP03045 RP03045
7 Quick connector assembly RP03039 RP03039 RP03039
8 Spray hose RP03050 RP03050 RP03050

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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY

The distributor warrants to the original consumer purchaser this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use in residential applications. At its option, the Company will provide repair parts or replace the defective products when the product is used in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications.
The distributor provides a limited 5-year warranty on the finish of this product to the original purchaser. At its option, the distributor will provide repair parts or replace the defective product when the product is used in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. Use of mild abrasive, abrasive or chemical cleaners may damage the finish of the faucet. We recommend cleaning your faucet with a soft cloth, moistened with water. Damage resulting from the use of abrasive or chemical cleaners SHALL VOID THIS

WARRANTY.

This warranty is not applicable to any products or parts of products where damage is caused by use of non-genuine parts; is due to installation error, product misuse, negligence or faulty maintenance; or where the product is not installed according to local building codes.
This warranty excludes labor charges or damage incurred during installation, repair, or replacement, and any indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, losses,  injury, or costs of any nature. This warranty is in lieu of and excludes all other warranties, conditions, and guarantees, whether expressed or implied, including without restriction those of merchantability or fitness of use.
Liability under this warranty will not exceed the purchase price for the product claimed to be defective by the original consumer purchaser. Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential damages so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state, or province to province.
Inquiries regarding warranty claims can be directed to 1-877-319-3757, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., CST, Monday – Friday.

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