Manual Instructions

Manual Instructions

Manual Instructions
Installation
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Remove filter and place in a container of water for 15
minutes.
Run fresh tap water through the filter for approx 3 min or until
water runs clear.
Wash the filter bottle with warm water before use.
Take filter from water and flush under tap until water runs
clear.
Assemble filter cartridge placing the silicon O-ring around the
filter housing and rolling it up to the shoulder of the filter.
Place filter in the top container pressing down firmly to seat
the filter, then screw locking cap on top.
Assemble the filter bottle and place on top of your cooler.

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Fill top section of filter bottle and leave to filter down into the
lower section of filter bottle.

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Do not attempt to refill the top section of the bottle again
until the level in the lower section is near the bottom of the
bowl.

When To Change Your Filter
These filters are certified for
4000Litres,which equates to
approximately 6 months use.

Cleaning Instructions
The bottle should be cleaned approximately every 2
weeks with warm fresh water only. Detergents may
leave an undesirable after taste.
Important!!! Not Dishwasher Safe

Useful Tips & Precautions
* Never Fill or clean the Filter Bottle with hot
water.
* This unit is NOT dishwasher safe.
* Keep in a dry place and out of direct sunlight.
* Clean the bottle regularly to avoid dirt and calcium
build up.
* When going on holidays leave the bottle full and
drain and clean the unit when you return. Never let
the filter dry out.

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