Question about Hansgrohe 32070821 Talis S Single-Hole High Swing Spout Bath Faucet Brushed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the temp control knobs have little plastic tabs over the hot and cold handles. To remove them take a flat blade screw driver( small with sharp head) or a small pen knife( cover drain with a wash cloth
and pop the tabs off
Take a medium size phillips screw driver and tighten the screw
Put tab back o and you are done
If they work loos again remov e tabs, screws put loctite ( You can get a small tube for m ace or hd) screw threads and tighten
Temp control knob either has same tab or has a hex type of set screw or has a large lock nut
use a channel lock pliars over nut ( protect chrome finish by putting washcloth over then put wrench over cloth
You mentioned heads I am assuming shower head you need to use an adjuatible wrench to turn the nut (at head) and a vice rip or chanel locks over washcloth around the eustaceon ( chrome pipe coming out of wall
If you have teflon tape put that on the threads of showr head and tighten
Best of luck to you!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
check for sediment in your valve body... sometimes sediment can build up particularly in hot water pipes and that can cause the pressure balancing function of the valve to limit total hot water and therefore you cant get it hot enough... here is a link to what I think is the proper valve and the instructions for installing it... you'll want to follow the instructions for flushing and pressure testing... if you have good pressure at the thermo body then you might try adjusting the hot limit stop also covered in the document linked below...
Hope theat helps...
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Remove the handle by loosening the screw near the bottom. You should see a plastic ring, probably green, that is the hot water safety. Adjust it so that the handle will turn further for more hot water. It most likely pulls out, then turn it left, reinsert and reattach the handle.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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