Installation of the shower diverter trim will occur in much the same way as the shower trim. When the shower rough-in valve was installed, so to was the shower diverter valve. It was installed between the shower rough-in valve and the shower head and in a comfortable position on the wall of your choice, giving you the option to divert the water supply to a hand shower. Alternatively, a shower diverter trim can also serve to divert water from the shower head, to the bath tub faucet.
Each manufacturer, such as Delta, Moen and Kohler, offer their shower diverter trim to correspond with their own diverter valves. This is why it is important to choose your trim before any work is done on the water supply system leading into your shower. In the event that your adding a shower diverter trim to an existing shower setup, then you would only need to install the diverter valve between the shower rough-in valve and shower head.
Part 1 Shower Diverter – Transfer Valve Installation
Part 2 Shower Diverter – Transfer Valve Installation
Part 3 Shower Diverter – Transfer Valve Installation
Part 4 Shower Diverter – Transfer Valve Installation
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- Finish is highly reflective for a mirror–like look that works with any decorating style
- Lever handles make it easy to adjust the water
- Equipped with the Moentrol® pressure–balancing control valve: control allows you to adjust both water volume and temperature; pressure–balancing feature helps maintain temperature even when other water sources in the house are in use
- Built on the Moen M–PACT common valve system, allowing you to update the faucet style in the future without replacing any plumbing
- Complies with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) specifications
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Valve 2510 or 2590 or 2570 or 2520 not included