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Faucet Electronics; Filter Cartridge Life; Filter Cartridge Replacement - Kenmore 625.385010 Owner's Manual

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FAUCET ELECTRONICS
Inside the faucet
base is a battery
operated
6 month
timer.
See Figure 14.
An amber
LED indicator
is also located
in the front of the
faucet
base.
This LED will flash continuously
after 6
months has passed.
This indicates
that it is time to
replace
the battery
and filter cartridges.
CHANGE
BATTERY
To change
(or install) the battery,
complete
the following
steps.
1. Loosen the screw on the right side of the faucet
base
See Figure 14.
2. Press the battery
housing upwards
from the front
faucet
base until it releases from the faucet
base.
See
Figure 14.
3. Replace
(or install) the battery
(Maxell
CR 2032 or
equivalent).
Place battery
into the holder with the
positive
(+) side facing
the back of the holder.
4. When the battery
is first replaced
it will flash six times
and turn off.
This indicates
the battery
is fully
charged.
After the six flashes, the timer enters the
6 month time cycle.
NOTE:
If the LED repeatedly
flashes just two times, it is
not a fully charged
battery
and will need to be replaced.
5. Re-install
the timer housing and firmly
tighten
the
mounting
screw.
See Figure 14.
FILTER CARTRIDGE LIFE
It is recommended
to replace
the battery
and filter
cartridges
every 6 months of use. There are several
variables
that determine
how long a cartridge
will last.
These include:
1. How much water
you use, and
2. How much sediment,
taste and/or
odor, or other
unwanted
substances,
are 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 unwanted
substances
in your water.
Kenmore
Elite Advanced
Two-Stage
Drinking
Water
Filter
model 625.385010
with replacement
element
pack
42-34381
conforms
to NSF/ANSI
42 and 53 for the
specific
performance
claims as verified
and substantiated
by test data.
The rated capacity
for this system is
280 gallons
(1060 liters) at a rated
service flow of
0.5 gpm (gallons
per minute).
battery
housing
Cover
Turn to the left
to remove
Filter
Cartridge 1
Filter
Cartridge 2
Figure 15
FILTER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
Complete
the following
steps to replace
the cartridges:
1. Turn filter
cartridge
to the left to remove cartridges
from
the filter
heads.
See Figure 15.
2. Dispose of the old cartridges
in a proper
manner.
3. Install new cartridges,
making sure to insert cartridge
1
and 2 into the correct
opening
(note the printing
on the
cover designating
"Cartridge
1" and "Cartridge
2").
Turn cartridges
to the right to re-attach
to the filter
heads.
4. Remove and replace
the timer battery.
See "Change
Battery"
above.
Taste and Odor Cartridges:
Filter cartridges
contain
acti-
vated
carbon,
a black
powder.
When
new, open the fil-
tered water
faucet
and allow fine carbon
particles
to
purge from the cartridge.
Close the faucet
when you no
longer
see the "fines"
(carbon
particulates)
in the filtered
water, or approximately
10 minutes.
Questions?
Call The I<enmore Water
Line 1-800-426-9345
or visit I<enmoreWater.com
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