HOW TO INSTALL YOUR HOME DRINKING
VALVE (FIG. 2)
• Install this valve on the COLD water pipe to the
kitchen sink (FIG. 2).
• This valve has a cuffing pin and will make its own
hole in copper or plastic pipe. To install on iron pipe,
you have to drill a 1/8" diameter hole for the cut-
DANGER (IF DRILLING
PIPE): TO PROTECT
YOURSELF FROM SERIOUS INJURY OR FATAL
SHOCK, USE A HAND OR BATTERY POWERED
DRILL ONLY TO MAKE THE HOLE. DO. NOT USE
AN ELECTRIC DRILL.
• USE THE FOLLowING
GUIDES TO INSTALL:
1. Close the house main water supply valve. Open
a high and low faucet in the house to drain water
from the pipes.
2. Looking at FIG. 2, if not already done, turn the
valve into clamp A and tighten. Turn the valve han-
dle all the way out.
NOTE: If you have to drill e 1/8Wdiameter hole, hold
the valve with clamp A up to the pipe and mark the
spot to drill. BEFORE
DANGER NOTE ABOVE.
3. Place the seal on the inside of clamp A as shown.
Locate clamp A (tum handle in to align pin if pre-
ddlled hole) and clamp B on the pipe. Fasten in
place using 2 screws. Tighten each screw evenly,
WATER SUPPLY SADDLE VALVE I
but do not overtighten and crush the pipe.
4. Turn the valve handle inward to make a hole in
the copper or plastic pipe.
DO NOT TURN ON THE WATER SUPPLY AT THiS
NOTE: BE SURE THE VALVE HANDLE PACKING
NUT IS TIGHT.
• The drain clamp fits up to 1-3/4 _ diameter drain
• The best place to install the clamp is...
A. about 3" above the standing water level in the
sink p-trap (drawing A).
B. on the horizontal drain pipe run of a double bowl
sink (drawing B).
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