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I need the installations instructions for a American Standard Drain/faucet Kit #1583.470. How can I keep it connected so the drain will come up with the drain control without slipping off.
I had a similar problem where the Drain-Kit that I ordered was missing a part. After contacting American Standard and requesting a schematic. I realized that the missing part was the rocker assembly with stopper. I have a PDF of the schematic that I can send you if you still need it. Let me know. The alternative is to contact American Standard directly between 8am and 6pm Eastern and request the information. The phone number is (800) 442-1902 Option 3 then 1 then 2. Tell the person that you need the installation instructions for a 1583.470.xxx universal bath drain.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Their is a little spring steel locking type piece of metal that slides on the end of the shaft to stop the lift arm linkage for sliding off . Most brands are the same, and it should be something you can get from a hardware store or a replacment for same, if it is missing. Take the horozinal lever with you.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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