on the pre-
ceding page before pressure
test the system, complete
1. Turn the handle
of the saddle valve counterclockwise
to open the valve. See Fig. 23.
2. Open the water supply valve to the Reverse Osmosis
System. See Figure 23.
3. Open the main water supply
valve and several house
faucets. This will purge air from the house plumbing
and system. Close faucets when water runs smooth.
See Figure 23.
NOTE: if leaking
occurs at the saddle valve, you may
need to tighten the saddle valve nut.
will start to build in the RO system in about 2
check all fittings and connections
the system builds pressure.
Check for water leaks. Fix
leaks if any are found, if problems
exist, refer to the
chart or call the toll free number.
NOTE: When the system is first pressurized,
may "spurt" from the faucet air gap hole until air is
from the RO system.
using your Reverse
You will not have filtered water immediately,
take 1-3 hours to completely
fill the storage tank and
flow from the Reverse Osmosis
from the Reverse Osmosis
faucet will be
less than your standard
Water will run to the drain while the Reverse Osmosis
system is producing
water, even if you are not draw-
ing water from the Reverse Osmosis
faucet. You may
hear a small quantity
of water going to the drain for a
couple of hours.
Water going to the drain will auto-
shut off when the storage tank is full.
the system, complete
1. Open the Reverse Osmosis
Faucet and let water
the system for a 24 hour period.
NOTE: Water flow will be a slow trickle at this time.
2. Close the Reverse Osmosis
faucet after the 24 hour
period is complete.
3. When the purging
your Reverse Osmosis
system is ready for use.
valve to Reverse
in the state
by a licensed
and do not permit
use of saddle
live in the state
ing code 248-CMR
of the Commonwealth
Call The Kenmore
Water Line 1-800-426-9345
or visit KenmoreWater.com