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Installed the rough in for the Sirus two handle wall mount faucet as per instructions. But the water value is too long and the sprout doesn't go back to the wall. Values are at the indicated lines through finished wall.

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Recalculate the distance, taking into account of drywall, tiles.
if you follow the instruction and the valves are at the indicated line, then you should be OK.
take a piece of scrap drywall and a piece of tile lay it next to the rough in just the way you would have when it is all finish. if it is till too far out, then you have to push the pipe backing back to adjust the distance.

hope that helps

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