OWNER’ S MANUAL MODEL NO. 625.347001 Caution: Read and Follow All Safety Rules and Operating Instructions Before First Use of This Product. If you have questions when installing, operating maintaining your reverse osmosis system, call this toll--free number... 1- -800- -426- -9345 SAVE THIS MANUAL PRINTED IN U.S.A.
(except filter cartridges and R. O. membrane) For one year from the date of purchase, when the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is installed and maintained in accordance with our instructions, Sears will repair, free of charge, defects in material and workmanship, except filter cartridges and the R.
Storage Tank, Tubing Connections ..-- WHAT YOUR REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM WILL DO -- Your Reverse Osmosis (RO) Drinking Water System is a water treatment unit. It uses household water pressure to reverse a natural physical process called osmosis.
-- WHERE TO INSTALL THE RO SYSTEM -- The RO assembly and storage tank is designed for installation under the sink, usually in the kitchen or bathroom. The RO assembly mounts on a wall sur- face, or can lay on the cabinet floor next to the storage tank.
-- STEP 1: INSTALL COLD WATER SUPPLY SADDLE VALVE -- Check and comply with local plumbing codes as you plan, then install a cold feed (supply) water fitting. The fitting must provide a leak- tight connection to the RO 1/4” tubing (see FIG. 8, page 8). A typical connection, using the included saddle valve is shown in FIG.3 - A below.
-- STEP 2: INSTALL DRAIN ADAPTER -- J Note: Running the drain tubing directly to a floor drain, sump, standpipe, laundry tub, etc., as shown on page 18, is preferred. However, if that is not pos- sible or practical, the included drain adapter installs in the sink drain pipe, always above or ahead of the p- trap (FIG.
-- STEP 3: INSTALL FAUCET (cont.)-- B. ASSEMBLE FAUCET 1. If not already assembled, install the rubber washer, spacer, flat (or lock) washer and hex nut onto the threaded faucet stud. 2. Apply Teflon tape to the end of the faucet stud. Turn the tubing adapter with a blue collet onto the stud and hand tighten, then wrench 1/4 turn only.
-- STEP 5: INSTALL STORAGE TANK, MAKE REMAINING TUBING CONNECTIONS -- 1. CONNECT DRAIN TUBING, FAUCET TO DRAIN ADAPTER: Referring to FIG. 8, run the loose section (connected to faucet barb fitting) of black 3/8”tubing from the faucet to the drain adapter, with a black collet, installed on page 6.
-- STEP 6: SANITIZING, PRESSURE TESTING & PURGING -- SANITIZING Sanitizing is recommended upon installation of the RO system, and after servicing inner parts. It is im- portant for the service person to have clean hands while handling inner parts of the system. CAUTION: Be sure to remove the RO membrane and both filter cartridges as follows, before sanitiz- ing.
To comply with plumbing codes, an air- gap is built into the faucet drain water connection. To conserve water, the drinking water system has an automatic shutoff system. When the storage tank has filled to capacity, and the drinking water faucet is closed, pressure closes the shutoff to stop flow into the RO.
-- CARE OF YOUR REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM -- To keep your reverse osmosis system operating and making high quality water, you must make sure sup- ply water is always within the limits shown in the specifications. Good supply water helps to assure longer life from the RO membrane cartridge, prefilter and postfilter cartridges.
-- CARE OF YOUR REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM -- 2. Press inward while turning the RO cap to the left (?) to remove from the bracket/membrane housing. 3. Use a pliers, or heavy wire made into a hook, to pull the RO cartridge from the housing. Note: Sanitizing is recommended after servicing in- ner parts of the system (see page 9).
-- CARE OF YOUR REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM -- TUBING CONNECTION (continued) If tubing is used, other than supplied with the sys- tem, be sure it is of high quality, exact size and round- ness with a smooth surface. To Disconnect Tubing: Push the collet inward and hold with a finger while pulling the tubing out.
Note: Sanitizing is recommended after servicing inner parts of the system(see page 9). REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM CARE GUIDE MODEL NO. 625.347001 C. Chlorine Taste and/or Odor: Replace the prefilter, postfilter and RO membrane cartridges.
-- DIMENSIONS and SPECIFICATIONS -- 15” STORAGE TANK 9”dia. Supply water pressure limits ......Supply water temperature limits ..... Maximum total dissolved solids (TDS) .
Kenmore Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System, Model No. 625.347001 SADDLE VALVE See note on codes in the state of Massachusetts, page 5 DRAIN ADAPTER Bracket/Membrane Housing PUSH - - IN FITTINGS ¬ 1/4” 3/8” o- -ring seal collet -- REPAIR PARTS -- 1/4”Tubing...
Kenmore Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System, Model No. 625.347001 Part Number Description of Part 7205350 Faucet 7207920 Adaptor, 7/16” -24 x 3/8”Tubing 7185788 Screw, #10-12 x 5/8”(8 req.) 42-34702 RO Membrane Cartridge 7177175 O-ring Seal, 1-7/8”x 2-1/8” 7174965 RO Cap 7207881 Elbow, 3/8”NPT x 3/8”Tube (2 req.)
-- REMOTE LOCATION FOR REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM -- Possible remote locations for the RO nearby the kitchen or bathroom sink include; (1) a basement area underneath the sink, and (2) an adjacent room or closet. Longer lengths of tubing may be needed (see parts list on page 17).
OWNER’ S MANUAL MODEL NO. 625.347001 The model number of your reverse osmosis system is found on the rating decal. This decal is on the top of the bracket. When requesting service or ordering parts, always provide the following in-...