The Casoria Dual Handled Sink Faucet comes in a Antique Brass Finish. The Casoria Sink Faucet is Wall Mount & requires 3 Holes for Installation. Only the best materials have been used. the body and spout are made of solid brass and the valve core material is ceramic, for improved functionality and long lasting life time. It comes with complete mounting accessories and installation instructions. The design was inspired by the FontanaShowers design. Be sure, when it comes to new bath sink faucet, FontanaShowers is offering shape, finish and styles you're looking for.
If needed, complete the finished wall before beginning this installation.
Reserve the right to make revisions in the design of faucets without notice, as specified in the Price Book.
1. Install the Spout
IMPORTANT! Use care when installing the spout to avoid scratching the finish.
Back the setscrew out of the spout or remove it to prevent damage to the spout shank when installing the spout to the faucet outlet port.
Insert the inlet end of the spout shank into the faucet outlet port.
Secure the spout shank using the three provided screws.
Apply plumbers putty or other sealant to the back surface of the spout escutcheon according to the putty manufacturer’s instructions. Press the spout escutcheon firmly against the finished wall.
Slide the spout onto the spout shank, position as desired, and tighten the setscrew to secure the spout in place.
Remove any excess putty or sealant.
2. Install the Handles
Determine the thickness of the finished wall.
If the finished wall is less than 5/8″ (1.6 cm) thick, use the supplied hardware kit numbered 1031092.
If the finished wall is 5/8″ (1.6 cm) to 1-1/4″ (3.2 cm) thick, use the supplied hardware kit numbered 1031091.
Place a stem extension on the valve stem. Secure with the screw provided.
Thread a threaded sleeve onto the valve body.
Thread a sleeve extension onto the threaded sleeve.
Apply plumbers putty or other sealant to the back of the escutcheon according to the putty manufacturer’s instructions.
Thread an escutcheon onto the threaded sleeve. Remove any excess putty or sealant. Position the handle on the stem extension. Turn the handle to the closed position (Hot = Counterclockwise, Cold = Clockwise). Repeat the procedures with the second handle.
Complete the Installation
Ensure that both faucet handles are turned off (hot = counterclockwise to close, cold = clockwise to close).
Turn on the water supplies and check the installation for leaks.
Repair as needed.
Remove the aerator.
Open the valves and run water through the spout for about a minute to remove any debris. Check for leaks.