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A Note to You
Thank you for buying a
KitchenAid designs the best tools for the
most important room in your house. To
ensure that you enjoy
of trouble-
free operation, we developed this Use
and Care Guide. It contains valuable
information about how
instal, operate
and maintain your hot water dispenser
properly and safely Please read it
Also, please complete and mail the
Card provided
with your hot water dispenser. This card
helps us notify you about any new
information for your hot water dispenser.
Record your model's information
Write down the following information about your hot water dispenser to better
help you obtain assistance or service if you ever need it.You will need to know
your complete model number and serial number. You can find this information
on the model and serial number label/plate.
If you need assistance or service, first see the "Troubleshooting"
section of this
book. After checking "Troubleshooting,"
additional help can be found by
checking the "Requesting
Assistance or Service" section.
Phone number
Model number
Serial number
Date installed
(See the "Parts and FeatureYsection
for model and serial
Keep this book and your sales slip together
for future reference.
Part No. 3191598 Rev. A


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  • Page 1 KitchenAid* appliance. your complete model number and serial number. You can find this information KitchenAid designs the best tools for the on the model and serial number label/plate. most important room in your house. To If you need assistance or service, first see the “Troubleshooting”...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    A Note to you, ... Cover Using Your Hot Water Troubleshooting. . . 12 Dispenser ..10 Hot Water Dispenser Safety ..Requesting Assistance Before using the first time. . or Service . . 13 Parts and Features ...
  • Page 3: Parts And Features

    How your hot water dispenser works Water is electrically heated to a enters the bottom of the tank and brewing/cooking hot 190°F (88°C) forces hot water out of the faucet. by a tank that mounts under the The system is vented so the tank is sink.
  • Page 4: Before You Start

    Check location where hot water If spout is not to be installed in sink dispenser will be installed. Proper spray hose opening, contact a installation is your responsibility. qualified installer for the best Make sure you have everything procedure for cutting a spout necessary for correct installation.
  • Page 5: Tools And Materials Needed

    Tools and materials needed llectrical requirements ,3-prong ground-type wall receptacle gloves Electrical Shock Hazard Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet. tubing cutter pbwer Do not remove ground prong. supply cord l/4” (6.4 mm) drill bit Do not use an adapter. ,,,”...
  • Page 6: Installation Instructions

    Numbers correspond to steps. NOTE: Do NOT plug power supply cord into outlet. .Put on gloves and safety glasses. Determine where you will install NOTE: It is recommended that only your hot water dispenser. Check a licensed plumber or professional below sink to assure that reinforcing installer cut an opening...
  • Page 7 NOTE: Do NOT plug power supply cord into outlet. . Lay spout assembly on flat tubing with other hand. Slide gasket surface with coiled tubing facing up. over tubing so that lip side of gasket Using one hand to hold tubing just is seated into base of spout.
  • Page 8 NOTE: Do NOT plug power supply cord into outlet. .Connect l/4” (6.4 mm) spout Do Not lengthen, twist or tightly tubing (longer tubing) to the rear bend tubing. quick-connect fitting on top of tank. Push tubing straight into fitting as far as it will go.
  • Page 9: Dispenser

    .Connect water supply line from The tubing should not come out when saddle valve to spout copper tubing with properly installed. Turn the saddle valve the factory-assembled quick-connect handle counterclockwise C to open fitting. Push water supply line tubing water line. straight into fitting as far as it will go.
  • Page 10: Before Using The First Time

    Before using the first time Check that installation steps 14-l 6 were completed. The hot water dispenser can be permanently damaged if these steps are not followed. Temperature control The water temperature best performance. However, under thermostatically controlled. It can be certain conditions, it is possible for adjusted from “Off”...
  • Page 11: Water Dispenser

    Energy-saving tips and preparation for periods of nonuse On average, you will use your hot dispenser each night to conserve water dispenser to heat 7 to 8 cups energy. (1.7 to 1.9 liters) of water per day. However, if the hot water dispenser This uses only 19 kilowatt-hours will not be used for an extended energy per month.
  • Page 12 Before calling for service... If hot water dispenser does not operate, check these points first: Has circuit breaker tripped or Is the Temperature Control set Is the electrical outlet house fuse blown? to the “Off” position? controlled by a switch? fs power supply cord plugged Has the water supply been turned off?
  • Page 13: Troubleshooting

    Guide” section. It may save you the cost of a service call. If you still need help, follow the instructions below. If you need assistance or service in U.S.A. Call the KitchenAid Consumer Assistance Center toll-free at 1-800-422-l 230. Our consultants are available to assist you.
  • Page 14 PROVINCES For further assistance Please include a daytime phone number in your If you need further assistance, you can write to correspondence. KitchenAid Canada with any questions or concerns at: Consumer Relations Department KitchenAid Canada 1901 Minnesota Court Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3A7...
  • Page 15: Warranty

    Instant-Hot FROM DATE OF ship. Service must be provided by an Water Dispenser. INSTALLATION authorized KitchenAid servicing outlet. 2. Instruct you how to use the Instant-Hot Water Dispenser. 3. Replace house fuses or correct house wiring. 4. Replace house plumbing.
  • Page 16 PART NO. 3191598 Rev. A Piece NC 3191598 RBv. A 01998 KitchenAid, U.S.A. ‘Trademark of KitchenAid. U.S.A., KitchenAid Canada licensee in Canada Printed in U.S.A. ‘Marque de commerce de KitchenAid, U.S.A , KitchenAid Canada porteur de licence au Canada. Imprime aux i.U.
  • Page 17 KitchenAid* APPAREILS MtNAGERS IMPORTANT Lire et conserver ces instructions. IMPORTANT lnstallateur : Remettre ce guide au proprietaire. : Conserver ce guide Proprie’taire pour reference ulterieure et pour reference par I’inspecteur local des installations electriques. lnscrivez les renseignements concernant votre modele Note ti I’utilisateur...
  • Page 18 Couverture Alimentation en eau - Note a I’utilisateur Conseils d’economie d’energie et specifications preparation pour une periode de non- Securite du distributeur d’eau utilisation ..l 1 Utilisation de votre distributeur chaude .....2 d’eauchaude .
  • Page 19 Fonctionnement de votre distributeur d’eau chaude Ceau est chauffee electriquement le chapeau marche/arret, I’eau froide une temperature d’infusionkuisson penetre au fond du reservoir et force I’eau chaude hors du robinet. Le de 88°C (190°F) par un reservoir systeme est ventile de telle sorte que monte sous l’evier.
  • Page 20 sur le comptoir ou le bord de l’evier. Inspecter I’emplacement ou le Robinet de puisage : On doit disposer sur le comptoir ou le bord distributeur d’eau chaude sera Le raccordement a la canalisation de I’evier d’un trou de diametre 2,7 installe.
  • Page 21 Outillage et matikiaux rlimentation dectrique nikessaires Dour I’installation prise de courant ;phcifications murale a 3 ’ alveoles, reliee a la terre fiche de crayon branchement IllI? broches, pour liaison a la terre Risque de choc Clectrique Brancher dans une prise a 3 alveoles reliee a la terre.
  • Page 22 ~g&J&~~.~$ d”sn*~~l~.~~~~...~.:::~~;--~ ;“: .\ i .:. Les chiffres de rep&rage correspondent aux 6tapes. Note: Ne PAS brancher le cordon d’alimentation dans une prise. .Porfer des gants et des lunettes de securite. . Determiner a quel emplacement du trou dans le rebord de I’evier, ou le distributeur d’eau chaude sera perter un trou dans I’evier ou le...
  • Page 23 NOTE: Ne PAS brancher le cordon d’alimentation dans une prise. . Poser le robinet sur une surface plane, le tube spirale &ant oriente vers le haut. Avec une main, tenir le tube juste au-dessous du robinet; avec I’autre main, redresser prudemment le tube.
  • Page 24 NOTE: Ne PAS brancher le cordon d’alimentation dans une prise. .Connecter le tube plus long du robinet, 6,4 mm (l/4 po) a I’arriere sur le dessus du reservoir. Pousser le tube en ligne droite dans le raccord aussi loin qu’il ira. Tirer sur le tube. Le tube ne devrait pas sortir quand il est bien install&...
  • Page 25 . Executer le raccordement Faire tourner dans le sens entre le robinet de branchement et le antihoraire C la manette du robinet tube de cuivre du robinet de puisage de branchement pour ouvrir la cartalisation a I’aide d’un raccord rapide. Pousser canalisation d’eau.
  • Page 26 Avant I’utilisation initiale Verifier que les etapes 14 a 16 de I’installation ont ete achevees. Le distributeur d’eau chaude peut etre endommage en permanence ces etapes ne sont pas suivies. Commande de la tempkrature La temperature de I’eau est contrdlee dans certaines conditions, il est par un thermostat.
  • Page 27 (Conseils d’itconomie d’hergie et preparation pour une phiode de non-utilisation En moyenne, on utilise le distributeur chauffage du distributeur chaque soir d’eau chaude pour la production de pour &onomiser 1’6nergie. 7 A 8 tasses (1,7 a I,9 litre) d’eau Cependant, si le distributeur d’eau chaude par jour.
  • Page 28 Avant de contacter le service de dkpannage... Si le distributeur d’eau chaude ne fonctionne pas, verifier d’abord les points suivants La commande de la Est-ce que I’alimentation U,n,fusible est-il grille ou le temperature est-elle en eau a ete fermee? drsjoncteur est-il ouvert? reglee a la position Est-ce que la prise murale Le cordon d’alimentation...
  • Page 29 Pour obtenir une assistance plus 6tendue Si vous avez besoin d’une assistance plus etendue, vous pouvez ecrire a KitchenAid pour nous communiquer vos questions ou preoccupations, I’adresse suivante : KitchenAid Brand Home Appliances...
  • Page 30 Veuillez inclure dans votre correspondance un numero faire part de vos questions ou preoccupations de telephone ou on peut vous joindre le jour. KitchenAid Canada en ecrivant a : Service des Relations a la clientele KitchenAid Canada 1901 Minnesota Court...
  • Page 31 2 domicile. F. Au Canada, les frais de voyage ou de transport dans le cas des clients qui habitent 2/98 dans des regions kloignees. KITCHENAID ET KITCHENAID CANADA DkLINENT TOUTE RESPONSABILITC AU TITRE DE DOMMAGES SECONDAIRES OU INDIRECTS.