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Old 05-19-2017, 01:45 PM   #21
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Can you post a link to that tub filler. That's is some KraZy concept I have never seen. I want to see the install instruction if I can find a link.

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Old 05-19-2017, 08:08 PM   #22
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Can you post a link to that tub filler. That's is some KraZy concept I have never seen. I want to see the install instruction if I can find a link.



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It's the Wyndham Taron tub filler.

http://www.wyndhamcollection.com/con...stallation.pdf


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WOW those instructions are pretty vague. They suck!!!

raise the valve base. I would beef up that wood base and make it as stable and secure as possible.

I think the 2-2/8" min is bottom of the escutcheon on the finished floor.
I am assuming the position of the escutcheon in your photo is not at it's lowest position.
When the escutcheon is all the way down, it should cover the rod holes.


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