R2200 Add-A-Shower Enclosure
The installation instructions below are for the R2200 Add-A-Shower Enclosure, which fit tubs with 3-3/8” wall drillings. These instructions also include the Add-A-Shower Faucet.
Please Note: We are providing general guidelines for a standard installation as we cannot account for the individuality of the site or items you may be working with.
- The most important tool to use when installing a corner sink is a licensed plumber. Most manufacturers will not accept warranty claims on items not installed by a licensed plumber.
- Straight-Jaw Channel Locks (Pliers)
- Power Drill
- Strap Wrench
- Thread Sealant (Teflon tape or liquid form).
- Place the faucet body in the faucet holes and screw the jam nuts to the back of the faucet.
- Put Teflon tape on the threaded ends of the riser pipe.
- Slide the 3-way bracket onto the riser pipe.
- Screw in the coupling to the straight end of the riser pipe.
- Screw the bottom part of the riser pipe to the coupling.
- Use a strap wrench to tighten the bent riser section and the 36” riser section.
- Screw the riser pipe into the faucet.
- Make sure the riser pipe is level and measure from the back of the bracket to the wall.
- Mark the measurement on the wall.
- Use this measurement to measure the support tube. Make sure you mark the measurement starting from the threaded end of the support tube.
- Use a hacksaw to cut the wall support tube.
- Screw the wall support tube into the escutcheon plate.
- Place the wall support tube into the 3-way bracket and tighten the set screw.
- Place the escutcheon against the wall to mark the holes.
- Use the power drill to drill holes in the wall (Note: use ¼” drill bit).
- Hammer the provided anchors into the holes in the wall.
- Use the power drill to screw in the escutcheon plate into the anchors in the wall.
- Place the plastic insert coupling into the end of the enclosure ring and slide the back bracket onto the enclosure ring.
- Push both ends of the ring into the coupling and place the bracket in the center.
- Loosen the set screws in the 3-way wall bracket and attach the 2 ends of the enclosure. Then tighten the set screws.
- Measure from the ceiling to the top of the enclosure ring (Note: DO NOT install this shower enclosure into a drop ceiling as shown; this installation was done for demonstrational purposes ONLY).
- Mark the measurement on the ceiling rod (again making sure not to cut the threaded end) and use a hacksaw to cut it to the correct size.
- Screw the ceiling rod onto the escutcheon plate.
- Place the rod into the bracket and tighten the set screw.
- Place the escutcheon plate on the ceiling and mark the holes (Note: DO NOT install this shower enclosure into a drop ceiling as shown; this installation was done for demonstrational purposes ONLY).
- Use a power drill to drill holes in the ceiling (Note: Since we had to place a piece of plywood beneath the ceiling, these are pictures from the wall, which still depict the same action to be completed in this step).
- Hammer the anchors into the ceiling (Note: Since we had to place a piece of plywood beneath the ceiling, these are pictures from the wall, which still depict the same action to be completed in this step).
- Place the screw through the escutcheon holes and use the power drill to drill the screws into the anchors in the ceiling.
- Hand tighten the shower head and then tighten the shower head with channel locks.
- Tighten all the remaining set screws.