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ETF-600 & ETF-610 Faucet Parts Breakdown and Troubleshooting Guide

ETF-610 and ETF-600 Faucet Parts Breakdown

  • 1A. ETF-543-A - Faucet Spout and Sensor Assembly (ETF-600) - Call to Order
  • 1B. ETF-570-A - Pedestal Faucet Spout and Sensor Assembly (ETF-610) - Call to Order
  • 1C. #62002 - ETF-542-A - Sensor Module ONLY (for ETF-600 and ETF-610) includes 18" armored Cable Shroud, and Housing for Sensor Window - Call to Order
  • 2. #59173 - ETF-1023-A - 0.5 GPM Male Vandal Proof Aerator with Key
              #54683 - ETF-1024-A - 2.2 GPM Male Vandal Proof Aerator with Key
              #85444 - ETF-1029-A - 2.2 GPM Male Laminar Vandal Proof Aerator
              ETF-1039-A - 0.35 GPM Multi-Lam Vandal Resistant Spray Head - Call to Order
  • 3. #54693 - ETF-435 - Aerator Key Only
  • 4A. #54684 - ETF-546-A - Mounting Kit for ETF-600 (Includes Base Gasket, (2) Slotted Mounting Washers, (2) Wing Nuts, and a Compression Fitting Connector) - Call to Order
  • 4B. #54703 - EBF-123-A - Mounting Kit for ETF-610 (Includes Spacer, Base Gasket, 1/4" NPSM Hex Nut, Washer, 9/16" Lock Washer and Compression Fitting Connector)
  • 5A. #54685 - ETF-547 - 1/8" NPT Pipe to 3/8" Compression Fitting Connector for ETF-600
  • 5B. EBF-129 - 1/4" NPT Pipe to 3/8" Compression Fitting Connector for ETF-610 - Call to Order
  • 6. #08634 - ETF-437-A - Fitting Supply Kit (Includes (2) Compression Fittings, Compression Nut, and Sleeve)
  • 7A. #08367 - ETF-370-A - Solenoid Valve Assembly (Includes 18" armored cable and (2) terminal housings)
  • 7B. #08633 - ETF-1009-A - Solenoid Valve Repair Kit (Includes Replacement Filter, Guide, Armature Spring, Diaphragm, and Washer)
  • 7C. #66571 - MCR-1003-A - Diaphragm Only - Call to Order
  • 8. #08462 - ETF-450-A - Control Module Assembly
  • 9. #08377 - ETF-233 - Plug-in Transformer 120V/35VA
  • 10. #54688 - EL-248-40 - Box Mount Transformer 24V/40VA
  • 11. #54689 - ETF-458-A - Input Power Cable (Includes Strain Relief, and (2) Terminal Crimp Connectors
  • 12. #56794 - ETF-617-A - Compression Check Tee Assembly 3/8 OD
  • 13A. #58166 - ETF-607-A - 4" Trim Plate
  • 13B. #57131 - ETF-608-A - 8" Trim Plate
  • 14. #52326 - MIX-60-A - 3/8" Manual Mixing Valve - Call to Order
  • #56382 - ETF-600-LT - Sensor Activated Faucet Less Transformer
  • #82318 - ETF-610-4-P - Pedestal Faucet with Box Mount Transformer with 4" Trim Plate 0.5 GPM
  • #84871 - ETF-610-4-LT - Pedestal Faucet Less Transformer with 4" Trim Plate 0.5 GPM
  • #88537 - ETF-610-4-P-BDM - Electronic Plug-in Faucet with 4" Trim Plate and Below Deck Mechnical Mixing Valve - Call to Order

 

 



Troubleshooting Q&A

Below is a Troubleshooting Q&A Guide for the ETF-600 & ETF-610 Electronic Faucets from Sloan. This guide highlights the most commonly occurring problems and how to go about fixing them. As always you can call us for assistance or if you need to replace a part and/or unit.


1

PROBLEM:
No water is delivered when the faucet is activated

INDICATOR:
If no LED lights illuminate:

CAUSE:
A) No electricity is being supplied to the faucet

B) There is an electrical system malfunction.

SOLUTION:
A) Ensure that the main power is turned "ON." Be sure the check all of the Transformer, Sensor, Solenoid and Cable Connections. Also make sure the Transformer is supplying 24 VAC (Volts AC). If no voltage is detected, replace the Transformer.

B) Reset the electical system. Unplug Sensor Connection. Disconnect power to circuit for ten (10) seconds and then reconnect.

INDICATOR:
If the Green LED DOES NOT illuminate when power is reconnected:

CAUSE:
A) There is an electrical system malfunction.

B) The Control Module circuit is "dead"

SOLUTION:
A) Reset the electical system. Unplug Sensor Connection. Disconnect power to circuit for ten (10) seconds and then reconnect.

B) Replace ETF-450-A (#08462) Control Module

INDICATOR:
If the Green LED illuminates AND changes to Red when hands are in the Sensor's detection zone AND the Red Solenoid LED illuminates:

CAUSE:
A) Water supply stop(s) may be partially closed.

B) Debris is clogging Solenoid Filter

SOLUTION:
A) Open supply stop(s) completely.

B) Shut off water supply. Remove, clean and reinstall Solenoid Filter.

INDICATOR:
If the Green LED illuminates AND changes to Red when hands are placed in the Sensor's detection zone AND the Red Solenoid LED flickers with a vibrating/clicking noise heard inside the module:

CAUSE:
A) There is a direct short in the Solenoid or Solenoid Cable.

SOLUTION:
A) Replace with the ETF-370-A (#08367) Solenoid.

INDICATOR:
If the Green or Red LED illuminates AND changes to Red when hands are NOT located in the Sensor's detection zone BUT the Red Solenoid LED (in the upper left corner of circuit) does NOT illuminate:

CAUSE:
A) Sensor range is set too long and is detecting the sink

B) Sensor is faulty.

SOLUTION:
A) Reduce the Sensor's detection range

B) Replace Sensor.

INDICATOR:
If the Green LED illuminates BUT does NOT change to Red when hands are placed in the Sensor's detection zone:

CAUSE:
A) Sensor range is set too short

B) Sensor is faulty

SOLUTION:
A) Increase Sensor detection range

B) Replace Sensor


2

PROBLEM:
Sensing Range is too short

CAUSE:
A) Extended Range Sensitivity is required

SOLUTION:
A) Dip Switch number 4 should be in the "DOWN" (Extended Range Sensitivity) position. Increase range by adjusting the Range Potentiometer clockwise (yellow phillips screw in blue base).


3

PROBLEM:
Faucet activates by itself (false triggers).

CAUSE:
A) Sensor range is set too long.

SOLUTION:
A) Decrease range by adjusting the Range Potentiometer counterclockwise. If necessary, flip Dip Switch number 4 to the "UP" (Reduced Range Sensitivity) position. Check surroundings for factors that contribute to sensor range detection problems (bright lights, highly reflective surfaces, sunlight, etc.).


4

PROBLEM:
Faucet delivers very low flow or just a dribble.

CAUSE:
A) Water supply stop(s) may be partially closed.

B) Debris is clogging Solenoid Filter.

C) Solenoid is worn or faulty.

D) Debris is clogging Faucet Aerator or Spray Head.

SOLUTION:
A) Open supply stop(s) completely.

B) Shut off water. Remove, clean, and reinstall Solenoid Filter or install Solenoid Valve repair kit ETF-1009-A (#08633).

C) Rebuild with ETF-1009-A (#08633Solenoid Repair Kit or replace ETF-370-A (#08367) Solenoid.

D) Shut off water. Remove Aerator or Spray Head (use Key if required). Clean and reinstall Aerator or Spray Head.


5

PROBLEM:
Faucet does not stop delivering water or continues to drip after user is no longer detected (even after power to Module has been disconnected).

CAUSE:
A) Solenoid Valve is installed backward

B) Debris is clogging Solenoid

C) Seat in Solenoid Valve body is damaged or pitted

SOLUTION:
A) Disconnect Solenoid. Reconnect Solenoid with water flow toward the Faucet (see arrow on Solenoid).

B) Remove and clean Solenoid Operator. If necessary, rebuild with ETF-1009-A (#08633) Repair Kit.

C) Replace with ETF-370-A (#08367Solenoid.