Waste Arms — Installation Instructions

PP66-9B

1-1/2" x 15" Waste Drain Tube Slip Joint or Direct Connection

Pp66-9b
The Waste Drain Tube is for a double bowl sink drain system. You can use it in an end outlet installation (Fig. 1). Or you can use two Waste Drain Tubes for a center outlet installation (Fig. 2).
Recommended procedure for installation Center outlet installation
  1. To replace or install two waste drain tubes, purchase two Waste Drain Tubes and cut to length with hacksaw, if necessary.
  2. Follow instructions for End Outlet Installation for both arms of tee for either Slip Joint or Direct Connection.
NOTE: These parts are designed for a hand-tight installation. Pipe thread compound is not required.
End outlet installation Direct connection:
  1. Turn off water at tap.
  2. Remove old waste drain tube.
  3. Remove top nut A and washer B.
  4. Invert nut A and drop insert into it.
  5. Attach to strainer using rubber washer.
  6. Put second nut E and poly washer F on insert as illustrated.
  7. Remove nut C and washer D from old tee and tailpiece and place on waste drain tube.
  8. Position waste drain tube. Tighten nuts by hand. Run water to test for leaks.
End outlet installation Slip joint connection:
  1. Turn off water at tap.
  2. Remove old waste drain tube.
  3. Discard insert and one nut. Put nut A and washer B on strainer tailpiece.
  4. Remove nut C and washer D from old tee and tailpiece and place on waste drain tube.
  5. Position waste drain tube. Tighten by hand. Run water to test for leaks.

Installation hint: The drain may be installed directly to the threads of the strainer by using the extra nut and insert provided or by a slip joint connection attaching the waste drain tube to the tailpiece which is assembled to the strainer. (See insert diagrams.) Match your existing installation.
Pipe or Spud Wrench (to remove old brass drain).
Hacksaw
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