-- 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.
Tubing correctly cut and connected
cut tubing square
end of tubing round and
smooth, with no cuts,
nicks or flat spots
collet (depress to
Changing Collet and O- ring (FIG. 11):
With a small screwdriver, remove the collet and o-
ring from the fitting.
2. Be sure the port is clean, then lubricate and insert
the o-ring seal to the bottom of the port.
3. Push the collet inward until it locks in place.
DO NOT USE VINEGAR, OR OTHER ACID
BASED CLEANERS ON THIS RO SYSTEM. THEY
WILL DEGRADE SOME RO SYSTEM PARTS. AL-
WAYS USE SOAP AND WATER.
This reverse osmosis system contains a replaceable
treatment component critical for effective removal
of total dissolved solids. The water should be
tested periodically to verify the system is perform-
Replacing collet and
Push o-ring seal in to
bottom of port, then
follow with collet.
o- -ring seal
AUTOMATIC SHUTOFF SERVICE
If the shutoff assembly requires service, be sure to
reassemble parts exactly as shown in FIG. 12, and to
reconnect tubing as shown on pages 10 and 16.
Elbow fitting turns
into OUT port.
NPT x 1/4"Tubing
1/4"NPT x 3/8"
1/8"NPT x 1/4"Tube