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Kenmore 625.384450 Owner's Manual page 10

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Filter cartridges
are available
from Sears to remove:
• sediments
• tastes and odors
Many
bad tastes and/or
odors are reduced
from water
using an activated
carbon
cartridge.
It is most often used
to remove chlorine
taste and odor.
SEDIMENT
FILTER CARTRIDGES
Sediment
cartridges
remove sand, silt, clay, dirt and other
sediments
from water.
Sediment Filter Cartridge,
25 Micron: Sears Item No. 42-
38478
(included)
filters the larger
sediments
from water,
and allows
higher flows at less pressure drop.
Sediment Filter Cartridge,
5 Micron: Sears Item No. 42-
38478
(optional)
filters fine sediments
from water, often
to a single faucet.
TASTE & ODOR CARTRIDGES
Sears has several optional
taste and odor filter cartridges
available.
These filters are used to filter the water
to one
faucet
and are not intended
for whole house filtration.
These are:
Sears Item No. 42-34370:
For reduction
of chlorine
taste
and odor (one faucet).
Sears Item No. 42-34365:
For chlorine
reduction,
plus
reduction
of chemical
contaminants
(one faucet).
Sears Item No. 42-34373:
Premium taste and odor (one
faucet).
Sears Item No. 42-34377:
Taste and odor, plus lead
reduction
(one faucet).
Several variables
determine
how long a cartridge
will last.
These include:
How much water
you use.
How much sediment, taste and/or
odor, or other
unwanted
substance, is in the water.
Use the following
information
as a guide.
However,
no
matter
which type of cartridge
you are using, you will
know it is time to replace
it when you first notice the
return of the unwanted
substance
in your water.
Filter
cartridges
are available
from your local Sears store and
www.sears.com.
The filter cartridges
require
replacement
3 or 4 times a
year when used for whole
house filtering.
Average
car-
tridge
life when filtering
water
to one faucet
is 6 months
or more.
This average
time varies depending
on the type
of cartridge
and water
conditions.
SEDIMENT
CARTRIDGES:
Filtering
sediments,
you will
know
it's time
to replace
the cartridge
when
water
pres-
sure drops
at house
faucets.
TASTE
& ODOR
CARTRIDGES:
Filtering
taste
and
odor,
you will
know
it's time
to replace
the cartridge
when
the
taste
and
odor
returns.
If the cartridge
is also for
sedi-
ment
removal,
you
could
notice
a pressure
drop
before
the return
of taste
and
odor.
Questions?
Call The Kenmore
Water
Line 1-800-426-9345
or visit KenmoreWater.com
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