tips and preparation
for periods of
On average, you will use your hot
water dispenser to heat 7 to 8 cups
(1.7 to 1.9 liters) of water per day.
This uses only 19 kilowatt-hours
energy per month. So it is Not
necessary to turn off the hot water
dispenser each night to conserve
However, if the hot water dispenser
will not be used for an extended
period of time, follow these
For short periods (2-30 days of nonuse):
Set the Temperature Control to the
"Off" position to conserve energy.
For long periods
When ready to use the dispenser
again, follow installation
74-76. Daue 9.
Turn Temperature I Control to the
Do Not Turn Unit On If %ils
Damage to the unit will
Unplug hot water dispenser power
result and is not covered by the
Turn On/Off Cap, hold and run
water until water is cold.
Turn saddle valve handle
clockwise to turn off water supply.
Place a 3-quart (2.8 liter)
minimum container under the
drain plug at the bottom of the tank.
Use a screwdriver to push down
on gray collet and remove drain
plug. Allow all water to drain
Push drain plug onto tank tubing
as far as it will go. Pull on the
drain plug. The drain plug is
properly installed if it cannot be
Cleaning the spout screen
If you have very hard water, and you
it may be necessary to clean the
notice that the water flow is reduced,
1. Turn Temperature Control to
the "Off" position. Turn On/Off Cap
clockwise and run water until it is
cold to avoid possibility of burn.
2. Remove the two spout screws.
3. Remove spout base plate
4. Pull the screen assembly out of
the hot water tube.
5. Use a small brush and vinegar to
remove hard-water deposit.
If deposit has hardened, soak in
vinegar for an hour or two. Then
use a brush to clean.
6. Replace screen assembly in tube.
Reattach plate back onto spout.
7. Turn Temperature Control to the
"Max" setting. The dispenser will
be ready in about 15 minutes.