MOTIONSENSE™ HANDS-FREE KITCHEN FAUCET
MEZCLADORA PARA COCINA MOTIONSENSE™ MANOS LIBRES
ROBINET DE CUISINE MAINS LIBRES MOTIONSENSEMC
*Faucet model image may differ slightly
∆ Not included with all models
* Use only non-rechargeable alkaline batteries.
** Optional A/C Adapter with Power Splitter 169031 (sold separately). The outlet for the AC power adapter will require continuous power.
Optional Wall Mount Service Kit – 177566 (Sold Separately)
Includes: Hose & Hose Bracket, Wall Mounting Bracket & Screws, and Standard Hose Guide Nut
For safety and ease of faucet replacement, Moen recommends the use of these helpful tools.
For safety and ease of faucet replacement, Moen recommends the use of these helpful tools.
CAUTION — TIPS FOR REMOVAL OF OLD FAUCET:
Always turn the water supply OFF before removing the existing faucet or disassembling the valve. Open faucet handles to relieve water pressure and ensure that complete water shut-off has been accomplished.
- Above sink
- Below sink
|A. Faucet body||Q. Hose guide nut|
|B. Spray wand||R. Hose weight|
|C. Single hole deck gasket||S. Control box & electronic box|
|D. Pulldown hose||T. Zip ties|
|E. Data cable||U. Hook & loop fastener|
|F. Hose weight locator mark||V. Installation tool|
|G. Deck plate||W. Mounting screw|
|H. Deck plate gasket||X.* Batteries*|
|I. ∆ Gasket||Y. Battery holder|
|J. ∆ Nut||Z.** A/C adapter with Power Splitter|
|K. ∆ Soap bottle||∆ Not included with all models|
|L. ∆ Soap pump||* Use only non-rechargeable alkaline batteries.|
|M. ∆ Base||** Sold separately|
|N. Support bracket|
|O. Mounting washer|
|P. Mounting nut|
Optional Soap Dispenser on left configuration
Note: minimum 8″ of clearance between faucet and soap dispenser for optimal sensor operation
Optional Control Box-wall mounting – Order Kit 177566
Before installing the faucet check that the control box will fit under the sink in the areas indicated above. Should you experience any clearance issues trying to mount the control box to the mounting shank, you will need to contact Moen Consumer Support at 1-800-BUY-MOEN or go to www.moen.com to purchase the optional Wall Mount Service Kit (177566).
Optional Wall Mounting Requires Service Kit 177566
Available at Moen.com or call 1-800-BUY-MOEN
For easier serviceability, mount the control box a minimum 12″ (305mm) above the floor. Select the desired location for the control box (S).
Verify supply hoses and data cable, will reach connections on the control box. If using AC power adapter (not provided) ensure that the control box is within 5′ (1524mm) from the outlet.
Remove the protective label from the sensor on the spout.
Install faucet body (A)–including data cable (E), and single hole deck gasket (C)–in the hole on the sink. Note: Installs with a handle on the right side only.
Three Hole Application
For 3 Hole Applications:
- Place deck plate gasket (H) onto deck plate (G).
- Firmly snap deck plate gasket onto deck plate.
- Place deck plate on the mounting surface.
- Install faucet body (A)–including data cable (E)–in the hole on the sink. Note: Installs with a handle on the right side only.
The recommended mounting procedure is to use a support bracket (N) with a mounting washer (O). It is acceptable to use only a mounting washer (O) on sinks that will not accommodate the support bracket (N). Important: use care to make sure data cable (E) is not pinched. Tighten the mounting nut by hand.
Tighten mounting nut (P) with installation tool (V). Use screwdriver through hole in installation tool (V) to tighten firmly.
Thread hose guide nut (Q) to faucet body (A) mounting shank.
Insert the small end of the pulldown hose (D) into the spout and feed through the faucet body (A).
Remove and discard protective cap from spray wand (B) (make sure o-ring and screen are in place). Install spray wand (B) to the upper connection of the pulldown hose (D). Tighten hose nut until flush with spray wand. DO NOT overtighten.
1. Remove and discard protective cap from pulldown hose (D).
2. Insert pulldown hose (D) into quick connect on the bottom of control box (S). Push in as far as possible until a “click” is heard.
3. Tug downward on pulldown hose (D) to test engagement.
Insert data cable(E) to the data port on the bottom of the control box (S). Ensure the cable is pushed all the way into the control box.
Attach control box (S) onto hose guide nut (Q) until it snaps into place. This is the recommended orientation for most installations.
Control box (S) may also be attached from the left-hand side as shown for optional mounting.
Connect hot and cold hoses to supply valves.
Locate hose weight locator mark (F) on pulldown hose (D). Install hose weight (R) just above the start of loop curvature in the hose on the same side of hose as locator mark (F). Pliers can be used for installation assistance.
Select location for battery holder (Y). Before installation, verify that the battery holder wire will reach the connection on the bottom of the control box (S).
Remove cover from battery holder (Y) and install six AA batteries (X) in the same orientation as shown on the cover. Use only non-rechargeable alkaline batteries. Reinstall battery holder cover.
Attach battery holder (Y) to the wall with hook & loop fastener (U). First, attach one side of the hook and loop fastener to the wall. Then attach another piece to the back of the battery holder. Option: Attach battery holder to wall with screw (W) provided.
Turn on water supply.
Insert battery holder (Y) cable into control box (S) power port. Ensure the cable is pushed all the way into the control box.
Use zip ties (T) if desired to manage faucet hoses, data cable, and battery holder cable. Do not zip tie pulldown hose (D). Check to ensure pulldown hose movement is not obstructed.
Check to ensure the handle is working properly. Turn on the water with a handle to test that hot and cold water will run. Turn handle off. If water does not flow properly, see the troubleshooting section on page 18.
Check to ensure the wave sensor is working properly. Move hand over wave sensor to test that water will turn on. Move hand over wave sensor again to turn the water off. If water does not flow properly, see the troubleshooting section on page 18.
To disable Wave Sensor:
1. Hold hand over Wave Sensor.
2. With the handle in the closed position, rotate the handle from hot to cold three times. The water will stop flowing once the Wave Sensor is disabled.
An alternate method to enable Wave Sensor
An alternate method to enable Wave Sensor:
1. Disconnect Power. Wait 10 seconds.
2. Reconnect power.
For models with soap dispenser: Insert soap dispenser base (M) through gasket (I) and sinkhole. Note: not included with all models.
Tighten nut (J) by hand.
Install soap bottle (K) and tighten by hand. Fill the soap bottle with preferred liquid.
Insert soap pump (L) inside the base hole.
If low flow, turn off the water at stops before cleaning filters.
To remove the in-line filter, push up on the retaining ring and pull down on the supply hose.
Hold hose with a wrench at top of the filter connection. Unscrew with a second wrench. Remove filter screen.
Rinse debris from the filter screen.
Reassemble filter into housing and tighten using two wrenches.
Insert hose assembly into the control box. Repeat steps B2-B6 with the second supply hose. Go to step B7.
1. Turn on the water at stops.
2. Test flow.
1. Unscrew Spray Wand (J) assembly.
2. Remove the O-ring and Screen (I).
Clean Screen (I) as shown by rinsing it for a few seconds to remove any possible debris. Turn off water before reinstalling Screen and O-ring.
1. Re-install the O-ring and Screen (I) into the Spray Wand (J).
2. Reattach Spray Wand (J) to Pulldown Hose (L) and tighten.
Turn on the faucet to see if the flow has improved. Repeat steps B through D if necessary.
Using pliers, make a 1/8 turn. Do not overtighten.
If the faucet does not appear to be functioning properly, repeat the faucet startup process
Startup process definition: Disconnect the battery holder cable (Y) and leave disconnected for 10 seconds. Reinsert battery holder cable (Y) and ensure the cable is pushed all the way into the control box (S) (Refer to step 13).
|Symptom||Probable Cause(s)||Recommended Action(s)|
|Water does not flow and light is off.||
||Push data cable firmly into control box (Step 9).|
|2. Power cable is not plugged into control box all the way.||Push power cable firmly into control box (Step 17).|
|3. Batteries not installed properly.||Unplug battery holder cable. Install the batteries in proper orientation into the battery holder (Step 14).|
|4. Batteries are dead in the battery holder.||Unplug battery holder cable. Replace batteries with new AA alkaline batteries (Step 14).|
|5a. If using AC adapter only and electricity is out.||Temporarily use the battery holder supplied with the faucet.|
|5b . If using AC adapter with power splitter and electricity is out.||Faucet will function normally until the battery power is depleted.|
|6a If using AC adapter only and the wall switch for power outlet is OFF.||Turn the wall switch ON to ensure power at outlet. The clear area for proper startup.|
|6b If using AC adapter with power splitter and the wall switch for power outlet is OFF.||Turn the wall switch ON to ensure power at outlet. If the wall switch remains OFF, the faucet will function normally until battery power is depleted.|
|Water does not flow and light is on.||1. Water supplies are not turned ON.||Turn ON the water supplies (Step 16).|
|Low flow in HOT/COLD/BOTH. OR
Only HOT or COLD flow.
|1. HOT/COLD/BOTH water supplies are not turned ON.||Turn ON the water supplies (Step 16).|
|2. Pinched or kinked hoses.||Make sure all hoses are not pinched or kinked.|
|3. Clogged filters.||Clean both filters (See pages 16-17).|
|Sensor not functioning.||1. Protective label was left on the sensors during the faucet startup process.||Remove the label from the sensor.|
|2. Sensor is deactivated.||Reactivate the sensor (page 14).|
|3. Handle slightly open.||Close the handle fully.|
|4. An object is within the range of the sensor.||Ensure there are no objects within 8″ of the sensor.|
|Handle position for HOT and COLD water flow is reversed (COLD forward).||1. HOT and COLD hoses are installed in reversed order at wall stops.||Turn OFF supplies. Connect the HOT supply hose to the HOT stop and COLD supply hose to the COLD stop.|
|2. HOT and COLD hoses are installed in reversed order at control box.||Turn OFF supplies. Connect the HOT supply hose to the HOT side of the control box and COLD supply hose to the COLD side of the control box (see step A2 for hose removal).|
|Water keeps flowing and does not turn off.||1. Battery holder cable unplugged while faucet running.||Unplug the battery holder cable fully.|
|2. Handle in open position.||Close the handle.|
|Light is blinking||1. Low battery voltage.||Replace batteries with new AA alkaline batteries (Step 14).|
|2. Dead batteries.||Replace batteries with new AA alkaline batteries (Step 14).|
|3. Rechargeable batteries being used.||Replace with and only use AA alkaline batteries for proper faucet functionality (Step 14).|
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Moen Incorporated could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Moen Limited Lifetime Warranty
MotionSense™ System Limited Warranty
- Identity and Types of Warranty Holders
i. “Original Consumer Purchaser” means the owner-of-record of a single-family residential owner-occupied dwelling in which the Product is initially installed (or, if installed by a builder/contractor/owner, the owner-of-record to whom the builder/ contractor/owner first transfers the single-family dwelling), but only so long as such Purchaser owns the single-family dwelling where the Product was installed, and subject to the additional restrictions stated below.
ii. All others who do not fit within the definition of “Original Consumer Purchaser,” but who have purchased the Product, are considered an “Original Commercial Purchaser,” but only so long as such Purchaser owns the premises where the Product was installed, and subject to the additional restrictions stated below.
What is Covered by This Limited Warranty and the Applicable Warranty Periods
Moen “(Seller”) warrants that the MotionSense™ System (“the Product”) will be free from defects in materials and manufacturing workmanship. Moen warrants that the faucet will be leak-free and drip-free under normal use, and that the Product’s control box (which houses the hydraulic system) and finish will be free from defects in material and manufacturing workmanship for (1) the lifetime of the Original Consumer Purchaser; or (2) five years from the date of purchase for the Original Commercial Purchaser (but only so long as the Original Consumer/Commercial Purchaser continues to own the dwelling or premises). The warranty on all other components of the Product, including but not limited to the electronics box, spout, and lenses, runs for: (1) five years from the date of purchase for an Original Consumer Purchaser; or (2) one year from date of purchase for an Original Commercial Purchaser (but only so long as the Original Consumer/Commercial Purchaser continues to own the dwelling or premises). This Limited Warranty may not be transferred to subsequent owners of the dwelling or premises, or to any other person.
What This Limited Warranty Does Not Cover
This Limited Warranty covers only those workmanship and material non-conformities specified above and does cover non-conformities or damages arising from any other cause, including without limitation, defects or damage due to the use of other than genuine Moen parts, due to installation error, product abuse, or product misuse or due to the use of cleaners containing abrasives, alcohol or other organic solvents.
Buyer’s Sole And Exclusive Remedy Under This Limited Warranty
In the event of a non-conformity in workmanship or materials in one or more components of the Product, Seller’s sole obligation is, at its sole option, to repair or replace any non-conforming component, or refund the Product’s purchase price. This is the warranty holder’s sole and exclusive remedy for the Product under this Limited Warranty. By way of example but not limitation, the following costs and expenses are not covered by this Limited Warranty: (i) labor costs for the removal, reinstallation, or refinishing of the Product, or non conforming part thereof (or of building materials which must be removed, reinstalled or refinished in order to repair or replace the non-conforming Product); (ii) shipping and freight expenses required to return Product to Seller. Repaired or replaced components are individually warranted only under the same terms and for the remaining balance of the Limited Warranty period applicable to that component(s) which is/are repaired or replaced.
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