HOW YOUR PURIFIER WORKS
The Purifier distills and turns ordinary tap water into
clean, clear purified water. Uses for purified water in-
clude drinking, cooking, ice cubes, salt- restricted diets,
baby formulas, steam irons, photo processing, and
cleaning contact lenses.
By heating water to boiling, the water is changed to
steam, which rises. As the steam cools and turns back
into water, it is collected in the carafe. Impurities are left
behind in the kettle.
Purified water will remain fresher-tasting
if it is kept
tightly capped. Also shaking the carafe before pouring
will aerate the water and make it taste better.
Order extra carafes from Sears (see page 6) so you
can chill one bottle of purified water while you make
STOPPING UNIT DURING OPERATION
Unplug unit from outlet.
BEFORE USING WATER FROM YOUR WATER PURIFIER FOR THE FIRST TIME
Although care is taken so your Purifier and plastic stor-
age bottle are clean, some harmless matter may remain
from manufacturing, packaging, or shipping. This could
leave an unwanted taste or odor in the purified water the
first time you use it. To remove any taste or odor caus-
ing matter, do the following.
Set the Purifier on your counter or tabletop.
Remove kettle from its receptacle.
Remove kettle cover by twisting counter clock-
wise, then lift.
Wash inside of kettle with soap and water, rinse
and fill the kettle to the "max" line.
Replace the cover onto the kettle. Twist clock-
wise to lock. Plug the kettle intothe base recep-
Wash carafe and Iid with soap and water, then
Place the carafe on the base unit, and plug the
power cord into a wall outlet.
Press the "RESET" button to turn the Purifier on.
Run one batch of water tothe carafe. Unplug the
kettle from the base unit.
Steam will continue to pass through for a few min-
utes. After unit cools, rinse out kettle.
Shake the carafe, then discard the first batch of
Kettle with cover
Carafe with cover