SELECT LOCATION OF REVERSE OSMOSIS
FAUCET MOUNTING HOLE
You will need to select the location of the Reverse
Osmosis Faucet. You have three options to choose from:
• Use the existing sink top hole for the spray hose or
soap dispenser (Must be 1-1/4" in diameter)
• Drill a new hole in the sink
• Drill a new hole in the countertop next to the sink
1. Determine where you are going to install your Reverse
2. Check to ensure the Reverse Osmosis faucet will
mount flat against the mounting surface.
3. Visually review the routing of the tubes from the
Reverse Osmosis filter assembly to the faucet. Check
to ensure there is adequate tube routing space
between the faucet and filter assembly.
4. If drilling is needed, drill a 1-1/4" diameter hole in the
IMPORTANT: Drilling holes into countertops and
sinks should only be performed by a qualified installer
who is certified for drilling such materials. Drilling of
surfaces made of stone or solid surface materials such
as granite, marble, Coriant or other plastic resin
products or sinks made of porcelain and stainless steel
may cause permanent, irreparable damage to the sink
or countertop surface.
INSTALL REVERSE OSMOSIS FAUCET
1. Locate and organize your RO faucet install parts. Refer
to Figure 14.
2. Mount faucet base to sink hole until the faucet base is
square against the sink surface. The rubber gasket
should be between the sink surface and the faucet
3. Tighten the toggle bolts until the base is firmly mount-
ed to the sink surface. Do not overtighten.
4. Locate the faucet base. The black and blue tubes are
already connected to the faucet. Insert these tubes into
the sink hole until approximately one foot of tube
length and the faucet base are left above the counter
surface. Do not bend or kink the tubes in the process.
See Figures 15 and 21.
Questions? Call The Kenmore Water Line 1-800-426-9345 or visit KenmoreWater.com
Step 5 - Install RO Faucet