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American Standard 3-Way In-Wall Rough Diverter Valve
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Discontinued American Standard

3-Way In-Wall Rough Diverter Valve

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At American Standard, it all begins with our unmatched legacy of quality and innovation that has lasted for more than 130 years. It is this tradition of quality and innovation that puts us in three out of five homes in America, as well as, countless hotels, airports, and stadiums. We provide the style and performance that fit perfectly into life, wherever that may be. For use with 10 styles of trim kits, including Berwick, Copeland, Green Tea, Moments, Portsmouth, Quentin, Serin and Town Square (all sold separately).

  • Durable cast brass construction is ideal for prolonged contact with water
  • Removable plaster guard permits checking of valve prior to installing trim
  • Wide range of durable finishes
  • Rotational control alternates water flow between different sources
  • Ceramic disc valving assures drip-free for life performance
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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In a bathroom remodel and tub elemination to shower only what kind of valve do I need to buy?

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does this only select between A or B, or does it also allow A and B

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Please contact American Standard Brands.
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show detail instalation diagram

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You will need to go the American Standard website to view the installation instruction sheet.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice valve, simple way select shower/handheld/tub, careful on hole size The valve is very good quality, has a nice solid feel to it when used. It is perfect to select the flow to showerhead, hand shower, and tub with a single valve. It does not have any stops or detents. so you just turn it around until the water comes out where you want in one of the three positions. The valve body can be oriented any way needed to plumb it, and the handle set to any rotation position that makes sense to the user. It may reduce your shower pressure/volume a bit since it is yet another valve restriction point after your main shower control, so if you have low water pressure you may notice it. My pressure is 70psi so no problem. The faceplate (separate kit) is TOO SMALL, so be careful about cutting the hole for it. The hole size needed does not correlate well with the blue plastic piece that is supposed to indicate where the tile is to be cut around. Instead, set aside the plastic piece and assemble the faceplate and handle assy kit n it before cutting any holes. Take a look at the assembled shaft behind the faceplate and use the minimum hole needed for this section on the tile or outer surface (probably about 1 inch). Otherwise you may end up doing the tile twice to fix a gap between the tile hole and the small faceplate. Am Std should really make the faceplate about 1 inch larger diameter, no reason not to and would avoid this risk. Or redesign the blue plastic piece so it makes sense. March 29, 2016
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