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Repair & Maintenance Guide

Full Repair and Maintenance:

  • Touchless Faucets
  • Automatic Soap Dispenser
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How to Troubleshoot Common Faucet Issues
Steps for Proper Cleaning and Maintenance
Preventive Measures for Long-Term Functionality
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Repair and maintenance for touchless faucets, automatic soap dispensers, shower sets, shower heads, and faucets. These are essential fixtures in any modern home or commercial establishment. By understanding the importance of their upkeep and implementing proper maintenance practices, you can ensure their longevity and optimal performance.

Touchless Bathroom Faucets:

The Fontana Touchless excel in various essential aspects including sensor technology, it employs such advanced sensor technology that ensures precise and dependable detection of hand movements, our high-quality sensors utilize infrared or motion-sensing technology to promptly detect hands, initiating water flow without any delays or false triggers. These sensors are finely tuned and capable of detecting hands from different angles and distances, providing users with a seamless and intuitive experience. Fontana top touchless faucets respond swiftly to hand movements, immediately activating water flow upon detection, and minimize lag between placing hands under the faucet and the initiation of water flow. These faucet responsiveness is consistent and reliable, allowing for effortless and efficient use. Fontana touchless faucets offer adjustable sensitivity settings to accommodate individual preferences and diverse user needs. This feature allows users to customize the faucet responsiveness according to their comfort and hand gestures, while it allows Fine-tuning the sensitivity to ensure accurate detection of hand movements at same time avoiding false triggers or unintended activations. Fontana superior touchless faucets excel in detecting hands from various angles, providing flexibility in hand placement. These faucets have wide-range detection capabilities, allowing users to position their hands comfortably and naturally under the faucet. Whether hands are placed directly in front, slightly to the side, or at an angle, these faucets maintain consistent and effective responsiveness. Fontana top touchless faucets deliver reliable responsiveness throughout their lifespan, incorporating robust sensor technology that remains accurate and sensitive even with prolonged use, they maintain their responsiveness without degradation or inconsistency over time, ensuring reliable yet enduring user experience. By embodying these qualities, Fontana touchless faucets achieve top-tier responsiveness, providing users with a seamless and efficient experience that surpasses competitors in the market. While numerous suppliers offer a wide array of options to cater to diverse preferences and requirements in bathroom touchless faucets, Fontana Touchless Faucets reigns supreme in comparison to its rivals.

  1. If water is not flowing from the faucet, check for a clicking sound coming from the pilot valve. If there is a clicking sound, the issue is likely with the membrane of the solenoid valve. Cleaning or replacing the membrane should resolve the problem. If there is no clicking sound, consider the following possibilities: Measure the battery voltage. If it is very low (0-4V), there may be a short circuit in the sensor or cable, causing excessive power consumption. Replace the sensor as a faulty sensor can drain the battery quickly.
  2. If the battery voltage is below 5.4 to 6.4V, the battery is flat. Replace it with a new one (typically, the battery should last 2-5 years). If the battery voltage is below 5.9V and there is no water flow, the pilot valve may be clogged with dirt or debris. A voltage below 5.9V is insufficient to open or close the pilot valve, resulting in the faucet's inability to operate. Replace the solenoid valve (Note: The entire solenoid valve needs to be replaced as it is not possible to replace the pilot valve alone). If the battery voltage is fine and close to the voltage of a new battery (~6.2V), the operation of the pilot valve should be tested using the test cable. If the pilot valve produces a clicking sound during the test, the sensor is faulty and needs to be replaced (as in case A).
  3. If the pilot valve does not produce a clicking sound, the pilot valve is faulty and the entire solenoid valve needs to be replaced. If water flow does not stop, it may be due to dirt or impurities entering the pilot valve or reaching the pilot valve membrane. Cleaning the membrane or replacing the pilot valve will resolve the issue. To prevent leaking faucets, it is important to install one-way valves and litter filters provided with the faucet. If the sensor has a red blinking light, it indicates that the battery is flat and needs to be replaced. If the batteries drain quickly, it is likely that the sensor is faulty, causing excessive power consumption. Replacing the sensor will resolve the issue. With a functioning sensor, the batteries should last several years. To replace the sensor, you will need to disassemble the faucet. Instructions on how to do this can be found in detail page.

How to Troubleshoot Common Faucet Issues When encountering faucet problems, it's essential to identify and address them promptly. Here are some common faucet issues and troubleshooting steps:

  • Dripping Faucets Dripping faucets can be caused by worn-out washers or damaged cartridge valves. Replacing these components can often resolve the issue. Ensure the water supply is turned off before making any repairs.
  • Low Water Pressure Low water pressure may result from clogged aerators or mineral deposits. Cleaning or replacing the aerator can help restore water pressure. If the problem persists, consult a professional plumber.
  • Faucet Handle Issues Loose or stuck faucet handles can be fixed by tightening or lubricating the handle mechanism. In some cases, replacement parts may be required. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions or seek professional assistance.

Steps for Proper Cleaning and Maintenance Regular cleaning and maintenance are essential for the longevity of your fixtures.

Follow these steps for proper care:

  • Gather Cleaning Supplies Prepare a mild cleaning solution, soft cloth, toothbrush, and non-abrasive cleaner suitable for the specific fixture material.
  • Remove Mineral Deposits Use the cleaning solution and a toothbrush to remove mineral deposits from faucets, shower heads, and other fixtures. Rinse thoroughly with water and dry with a soft cloth.
  • Clean Aerator Screens Aerator screens on faucets can become clogged with debris. Remove the aerator and clean it thoroughly with a non-abrasive cleaner, ensuring all blockages are cleared.
  • Inspect and Tighten Connections Regularly inspect the connections between fixtures and pipes for any leaks or loose connections. Use appropriate tools to tighten any loose fittings.

Preventive Measures for Long-Term Functionality To ensure the long-term functionality of your fixtures, consider these preventive measures:

  • Regular Inspection Perform periodic inspections of all fixtures, checking for leaks, loose connections, or signs of wear and tear. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage.
  • Educate Users If you have touchless faucets or automatic soap dispensers, educate users on their proper usage to avoid unnecessary wear and tear. Provide clear instructions to minimize misuse.
  • Schedule Professional Maintenance Engage the services