Mounting Bracket to Cabinet Wall
The bracket can be used as a template for marking the location of the
mounting screws. When determining the location of the bracket, make sure
you leave 1 1/2" to 2" of free area under the sumps to allow for sump removal
and enough space on either side to make the tubing connections.
Tubing Connections – Push-In Style
(Models GXSL03C [rev. 2] and GXSV10C)
Run the length of the 3⁄8" tubing, connected to the bottom of the faucet,
to the filter system outlet (illustration above). Allow enough slack in the
tubing so that the unit can be easily removed.
Measure and cut the end of the tubing square using a sharp cutter or
knife. Remove any burrs (illustration A).
Inspect the end of the tubing, about 1 inch, to be sure there are no
imperfections. It may be necessary to cut the tubing again.
Mark the tubing for length of insertion. For 3/8" OD tubing the insertion
length should be approximately 3/4 of an inch. Tubing must be fully
inserted to avoid leaks.
DO NOT REMOVE GRAY COLLET. Push the tubing all the way into the fitting
until it bottoms out. The insertion line should be hidden or barely visible
(illustration B and C). Slightly pull on the tubing to verify engagement.
Repeat the procedure to connect the tubing between the filter system
inlet and the water supply/saddle valve (illustration in the Installation
To remove tubing (illustration D), depress and hold gray collet.
Pull tubing to remove.
NOTE: Avoid installing the unit where the tubing is pulled at a sharp angle.
This type of installation may cause the fittings to leak. If using tubing other
than what is supplied, be sure it is high quality, exact size and roundness, and
has a smooth surface.
1 1⁄2" to 2"
Cut tubing square
End of tubing round and smooth, with no cuts, nicks
or flat spots (approximately 1 inch)
3/4" (3/8" tubing)
(DO NOT REMOVE)
be fully inserted
to avoid leaks.
Depress gray collet
and pull tubing