Question about Moen S3371 ExactTemp ¾” Thermostatic Rough-In Valve
I have a problem regarding my recent installation of the Exacttemp shower valve: I accidentally installed the valve "upside down", meaning rotated 180 degrees, such that the tub outlet now faces up, and the shower outlet faces down. I capped the down-facing shower outlet and am using the original tub outlet (facing up) only, regulated by three flow valves (to shower, tub, and handheld). My question is: If I adapt the hot and cold water inlets, can I leave the valve in upside down or do I need to redo the install? Thanks for all and any help!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: not alot of hot water?
1st Check the temperature restricting coller behind the cover under the handle. It is used to restrict the flow of hot water to stop you from being scaulded.
2nd Those set screws will control the flow. Check to ensure both sides are open the same amount of turns. If the water pressure is good turn in the cold side.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
SOURCE: We have a home that
Remove handle to gain acess to the temperature limit stop. Remove handle and pull out handle adapter kit and next there is a dail that can be adjusted to control the water to balance the temp. It could have been installed wrong, pay attention to where it is now and pull it back to it disengages out of the stem and move it counter clockwise a little and reinstall. Put handle on and test water for correct movement.
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Posted on Aug 15, 2010
SOURCE: Moen Refresh? Shower Head 3-Way
Sorry to hear that your shower head hose is leaking. If you could please provide a few details to our Consumer Services team, someone can help you reach a solution. You can either visit http://www.moen.com/consumer-support/contact-us or call 1-800-BUY-MOEN.
-Olivia from Moen
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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