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Hansgrohe 14414 Reviews
Rated 1 out of
Poorly designed, difficult to install properlyThis spout is nearly impossible to install correctly. The instructions tell you to place the end of the threaded plumbing connection EXACTLY 3/8" behind the finished wall. In a new construction, before the wall is installed, when you are running the plumbing pipes for this, it is extremely difficult to predict exactly how thick a layer of backerboard, adhesive and then a layer of tile or other finished surface will be. Plus, even if you do get threaded pipe close to 3/8" from the finished surface, if it's slightly more (7/16" for example) the spout will not install at the proper depth, so the set screw designed to hold the spout on will not make contact behind the lip of the flange that ccontains the O-ring. This fancy spout is a nightmare. At least if the instructions would have stated that the leading edge of the threaded pipe in the wall had to be placed between 1/4" and 3/8" I would have been successful (because there is actually some flexibility with the spout installation, but only if the distance of the threaded pipe end from the finished surface is less than 3/8"). Perhaps the problem is with the poor quality instructions, but I spent thousands to install plumbing, tub, and shower walls only to find out that the 3/8" requirement is actually the deepest the mating threaded connetion can be in the wall, not the shallowest. If you buy or have one of these, keep this in mind: When the instructions say install the connecting plumbing pipe 3/8" behind the finished wall surface, you should actually aim for 1/4" to 3/8" behind the finished surface, because anything more than 3/8" prevents you from installing the spout (at least with the cover ring under it).
Date published: 2013-01-02
Rated 5 out of
Clean and solidGood product, should last for years it pairs well with the faucet.
Date published: 2014-04-05
do you engage the diverter by pulling up or pushing down on the button?
A. The Hansgrohe 14414 diverter is engaged by pulling up on the diverter button.
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