Installation Instructions For Fontana 20" Oil Rubbed Bronze Square Color Changing LED Rain Shower Head (Solid Brass)
Before you begin, read the installation instructions below. Observe all local plumbing and building codes.
For the following installation instructions for your new shower head it is assumed that any old fixtures have been removed and all rough-in work has been completed.
Unpack and inspect the shower head for any shipping damages. If you find any damages, do not install. Contact Customer Service at 800-297-0232. If you need assistance while installing your new shower head, call Customer Service.
We recommend consulting a professional if you are unfamiliar with installing bathroom fixtures and plumbing. Shut off the water supply lines where the new shower head is being installed.
TOOLS AND MATERIALS:
Groove Joint Pliers
Allen Wrench (provided)
Apply plumber’s tape to the threads on both ends of the shower arm and slide on the decorative escutcheon.
Insert the new arm into the fitting in the wall or ceiling and twist to tighten. Finish tightening with your adjustable wrench. Wrap a dry cloth around the shower arm to protect the finish while tightening with adjustable wrench.
If your shower head does not feature a shower arm, connect the shower head directly to the fitting in the wall or ceiling.
Thread the new shower head onto the arm and hand-tighten. Hold the shower arm in place with groove joint pliers and finish tightening the shower head with your adjustable wrench. Wrap both in a dry cloth to protect the finish.
Before securing the decorative escutcheon to the wall, turn on the water supply to make sure that all connections are tight and there is no leaking. If no leaks are detected, continue with the installation. If leakage does occur, use your adjustable wrench to tighten the connections as necessary. If problems persist, contact Customer Service at 800-684-4489.
Apply a bead if silicone sealant to the back of the escutcheon and press firmly into place against the installation surface. Wipe away any excess sealant with your damp cloth.
Install the handle faceplate with the installation hardware.
Make sure the valve is in the OFF position and install your shower handle. Tighten the set screw in the middle or side of the handle to secure the handle in place.