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Installation Guide

PREFILTER, POSTFILTER AND RO CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
PROCEDURE, INCLUDING SANITIZATION
Turn OFF the icemaker (if attached to the
RO system).
1
Wash your hands with anti-bacterial soap.
2
Turn off water supply
to RO system.
3
Remove cap from RO cartridge housing (unscrew
tubing first, on some models). Use pliers to remove
the RO cartridge. Place in a clean plastic bag or
discard if replacing. Thoroughly wipe inside of
housing and cap with a paper towel or dish brush
moistened with dish soap. Rinse well. Install RO
cartridge housing cap.
NOTE:Failure to
remove RO cartridge
during sanitization
will destroy the RO
cartridge.
6
Turn on RO faucet. Drain tank (may take several
minutes). Turn off RO faucet.
CAUTION: Failure to close the water
supply valve or tank shut-off valve will cause water
to spray or run when sumps are removed.
4
Remove the sumps.
Be careful—sumps will be full
of water.
Discard filters. Thoroughly
wash sumps with dish soap.
Thoroughly wipe inside of heads
with a paper towel moistened
with dish soap. Rinse well.
5
Install empty postfilter sump.
7
Fill prefilter sump with water to within 1
of O-ring. Add 2 oz. (4 Tbsp.) ordinary household
bleach. Install prefilter sump.
8
Turn on water supply. Open RO faucet until water
begins to flow, then close. Allow system to fill for
1 minute.
9
Open faucet and allow water to flow for
10 minutes. Close faucet for one minute more,
then open and allow water to flow for another
10 minutes, or until bleach odor is gone. Turn
off water supply again. Drain RO.
10
Remove sumps. Insert filters.
Lubricate O-ring with food-grade
silicone grease, if necessary. (Do not
use petroleum jelly.) Tighten sumps
securely.
12
If you only replaced the prefilter and postfilter,
allow faucet to run 5 minutes to remove
harmless carbon particles. If you replaced the
RO cartridge, fill and empty the storage tank
three times, until taste and odor from food-grade
membrane preservative is gone.
16
Once storage tank is full, turn on icemaker.
17
Turn on water supply. Allow to fill. (May take up to
four hours.) Check for leaks.
14
If you replaced the RO cartridge, also replace the
flow control and screen. (Unscrew the black 1/4
line from the fitting. Remove flow control with
clean knife edge. Remove screen with a clean
toothpick.) Tighten the nut hand-tight and then
tighten 1/4 turn with pliers. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
13
Flow control
Screen
Compression nut
1/4Black tubing
INSTALL THE BATTERY
1.Remove the lens cover from the faucet base.
Grip it from both sides and pull forward.
2.Install one CR2032 3V battery with the “+” side
down into the battery tray.
3.The amber LED light will flash 5 times, indicating
a proper installation and system reset.
4.Slide the lens cover back into the faucet base.
5.Normally, the light is off. After 6 months of use,
the amber LED light will flash every 30 seconds,
indicating the time to replace the filter canister.
NOTE: The amber LED light may stop blinking
if it is allowed to blink for an extended period
of time. To ensure proper operation, the battery
should be replaced with every filter change.
Faucet base
Lens cover
Battery “+”side down
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