Hello, if I am looking at the print correctly... the plastergaurd is supposed to be flush to the finish wall with the wall being cut and butted up tight to the guard? Did some internet research and this question has come up in a lot of forums..
Asked by: Ferny B
Hi, Ferny B!
Thank you for your question. The plasterguard is more of a template. The plasterguard does not have to be butted up tightly flushed to the wall. The recommendation that the plasterguard must be flush with the finished wall is in regards to the measurement of the valve body to the finished wall, which should be 2 3/4" (+/- 1/4").
Answered by: DeltaFaucet11
Date published: 2018-08-31
How do I adjust the 120 degree temp on the multi choice universal valve
Asked by: BillDoc
Thank you for your question! 120 degrees is the maximum temperature setting that we recommend for your water heater. The trim kit will have a Rotational Limit Sop that can be adjusted to set the maximum temperature of the water (at or below the temperature of the incoming hot water supply). Please see our How-To video for adjusting the stop:
Hope this helps!
Answered by: DeltaFaucet3
Date published: 2018-02-02
What cartridge assembly should I use to complete my assembly.
Asked by: Chef
Thank you for your question! The cartridge will be included with the trim kit that you purchase to go with this valve. Each series (13/14, 17, and 17T) uses a different cartridge.