Changing The Filter Cartridges

Your system is equipped with valved heads which will automatically turn off the water supply to each filter when the filter is released, thus you do not need to turn off the incoming water supply at the Adapt-a-Valve. The faucet must be off when filters are replaced. To make the removal of the filter cartridges easier, the heads & cartridges may be swiveled up to 90 degrees as shown in the pictures below

At the 6 Month System Maintenance

Replace:
One sediment filter (Red Label P/N: 105311)
One LVOC Block (Blue Label P/N: 105371)


At the Annual System Maintenance

Replace:
One sediment filter (Red Label P/N: 105311)
One LVOC Block (Blue Label P/N: 105371)
One UF Membrane (Purple Label P/N: 105321)

Step 1:
Place a towel under the filter module to catch any excess water that may drip out from the filters during the changeover.

Step 2:
To remove a filter cartridge: Push & hold the button on the valved head above the filter. Pull cartridge downward (from the head) to remove. Release button and discard old filter.

Step 3:
To install a filter cartridge: Remove the seal cap and insert the cartridge into the valved head until you hear an audible “click” (the button does not need to be pressed to install new filters).

Note:
If the new filter cartridge won’t snap in easily or pops off it may be due to high incoming water pressure. Relieve pressure to the system by turning off the water supply using the adapt-a-valve and then install the cartridge. Once the cartridge is seated, turn the water supply back on to your unit.

Tip:
If you upgraded your faucet to a monitor style, reset the Electronic Monitor Light:
To reset the electronic monitor during replacement of filters, simply slide out the battery compartment from the base of the faucet and reinsert.

* The UF Membrane (Purple Label) has a lifespan of 1 year.  See your manual for more information.