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 R10000 turned on it's side
Author: danullom (MO)

Can I install an R10000 turned 90' on it's side? The value is on a pony wall and the diverter is on an adjacent wall. The line between passes under a shower caddy, so it's fewer bends if the valve outlet is on the side versus the top. It would also be a shorter path for the hot as it enters through the bottom.

Seems like it'd be fine but I couldn't find confirmation.

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 Re: R10000 turned on it's side
Author: steve (CA)

The valve function won't be affected, but trim plate and handle will be rotated.

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 Re: R10000 turned on it's side
Author: hj (AZ)

Put it in the "proper" way. That is why they make street elbows.

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 Re: R10000 turned on it's side
Author: bernabeu (SC)

ditto hj


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