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R2200 Add-A-Shower Enclosure
Installation Instructions

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.

Tools Layout:

  1. 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.

  2. Straight-Jaw Channel Locks (Pliers)

  3. Level

  4. Power Drill

  5. Strap Wrench

  6. Thread Sealant (Teflon tape or liquid form).

  7. Screwdriver

  8. Hammer

  9. Hacksaw

Instructions:

  1. Place the faucet body in the faucet holes and screw the jam nuts to the back of the faucet.

  2. Put Teflon tape on the threaded ends of the riser pipe.

  3. Slide the 3-way bracket onto the riser pipe.

  4. Screw in the coupling to the straight end of the riser pipe.

  5. Screw the bottom part of the riser pipe to the coupling.

  6. Use a strap wrench to tighten the bent riser section and the 36” riser section.

  7. Screw the riser pipe into the faucet.

  8. Make sure the riser pipe is level and measure from the back of the bracket to the wall.

  9. Mark the measurement on the wall.

  10. Use this measurement to measure the support tube. Make sure you mark the measurement starting from the threaded end of the support tube.

  11. Use a hacksaw to cut the wall support tube.

  12. Screw the wall support tube into the escutcheon plate.

  13. Place the wall support tube into the 3-way bracket and tighten the set screw.

  14. Place the escutcheon against the wall to mark the holes.

  15. Use the power drill to drill holes in the wall (Note: use ¼” drill bit).

  16. Hammer the provided anchors into the holes in the wall.

  17. Use the power drill to screw in the escutcheon plate into the anchors in the wall.

  18. Place the plastic insert coupling into the end of the enclosure ring and slide the back bracket onto the enclosure ring.

  19. Push both ends of the ring into the coupling and place the bracket in the center.

  20. Loosen the set screws in the 3-way wall bracket and attach the 2 ends of the enclosure. Then tighten the set screws.

  21. 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).

  22. 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.

  23. Screw the ceiling rod onto the escutcheon plate.

  24. Place the rod into the bracket and tighten the set screw.

  25. 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).

  26. 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).

  27. 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).

  28. Place the screw through the escutcheon holes and use the power drill to drill the screws into the anchors in the ceiling.

  29. Hand tighten the shower head and then tighten the shower head with channel locks.

  30. Tighten all the remaining set screws.