Model WHELJ1 Whirlpool Central Water Filtration System * How to install, operate and maintain your Central Water Filtration System for Scottsdale, AZ; Cave Creek, AZ, Phoenix, AZ; Gilbert, AZ. If you need parts or service or media for this equipment, please call our office (480) 969-7251 Mountain time.
While testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions, actual performance of the system may vary based on local water conditions. SPECIFICATIONS Model WHELJ1 Rated Service Flow Rate 6.0 gpm (22.7 L/min.) Pressure Drop at Rated Service Flow 10 psig* (68.9 kPa) Pressure Drop at 9.6 gpm...
Remove and discard (or recycle) all packing materials. To avoid loss of small parts, we suggest you keep the small parts in the parts bag until you are ready to use them. Packing List; Ground Clamp Kit; Drain Hose; Hose Clamps; Grommet (used for Models WHES33,WHES44 & WHES48) Programming the Central Water Filtration System Words in picture: Display;UP button;...
Customizing Features I Options START A CLEAN RINSE CYCLE To manually start a Clean Rinse cycle, press and hold the CLEAN button for a few seconds, until “RECHARGE NOW” flashes in the display. SET NUMBER OF DAYS BETWEEN CLEAN RINSE CYCLES By default the Central Water Filtration System will automatically initiate a Clean Rinse every 14 days.
Press the PROGRAM button twice, so “Fr TIME” appears in the display. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the length of fast rinse in minutes. Press the PROGRAM button again when complete. Customizing Features I Options OPERATING IN MANUAL CLEAN RINSE MODE Clean Rinse cycles will run automatically, unless the automatic Clean Rinse function has been disabled.
The flashing “VAC” on the display should be replaced by the normal time of day screen. POWER OUTAGE MEMORY If electrical power to the Central Water Filtration System is lost, “memory” built into the controller circuitry will keep all settings for several hours. While the power is out, the display is blank and the Central Water Filtration System will not Clean Rinse.
If the filtration media pores are frequently block- ing, it may be necessary to increase the frequen- cy of Clean Rinse cycles. Water has objection- System is in bypass Move bypass valve(s) to normal operating (non- able taste and/or odor bypass) position.
Central Water Filtration System Parts List Key No. Part No. Description 7290876 Assembly, Replacement Mineral Tank, w/media & associated components (Includes Key Nos. I through 12) – 7112963 Distributor 0-Ring Kit (includes Key Nos. 1-3) “ ‘1″ 0-Ring, 2-7/8″ x 3-1/4″ “...
Filter Sand, 5 lbs. Gravel, 6 lbs. 7290402 Faceplate Decal 7290119 Cover (order decal above and badge below) 7336915 Whirlpool Brand Badge 7290729 RepI. Electronic Control Board (PWA) 7290101 7296296 Outer Shroud Tank 7337482 Power Supply, 28V DC 7259927 Wire Harness 7139999 Drain Hose, 20 ft.
7338111 Screw, #6-19 x 1-3/8″ (2 req.) 7281291 Motor 7337474 Motor Mount 7284964 Cam & Gear 7030713 Switch – 7331274 Drain Hose Adaptor Kit (incl. Key Nos. 55-59) “ Clip, Drain “ Hose Clamp “ Adaptor, Drain Hose “ 0-Ring, 5/8″ x 13/16″ “...
7082053 Valve Body 7081201 Retainer, Nozzle & Venturi 7342649 0-Ring, 1/4″ x 3/8″, pack of 2 7100940 Plug, Aspirator Port 7337466 Valve Cover 7342657 Screw, #10-14 x 2″, pack of 5 . * source: Whirlpool document 7339997 (Rev. D 7/22/14)