Important: Observe all governing
codes and ordinances.
42" (106.7 cm) max. —
electrical outlet to hot
water dispenser tank.
Before You Start
Check location where hot water
dispenser will be installed. Proper
installation is your responsibility.
Make sure you have everything
necessary for correct installation. It is
the responsibility of the installer to
comply with installation specifications
and with state and local plumbing
Spout requires a 1-1/16" (2.7 cm) to
1-3/8" (3.5 cm) diameter opening in
sink or countertop. Spout can be
installed in place of sink spray hose.
For other installations, contact a
qualified installer for best procedure
to drill a hole through your type of
sink or countertop. Thickness of sink
or countertop hole must not exceed
1-1/8" (2.9 cm).
Cold water supply connection must
be available. (See "Water supply
requirements," Page 5.)
Grounded electrical outlet is
required. (See "Electrical
requirements," Page 5.) The outlet
should be located within 42"
(106.7 cm) of hot water dispenser
If spout is not to be installed in sink
spray hose opening, contact a
qualified installer for the best
procedure for cutting a spout
opening in your type of sink or
Plumbing connections must comply
with all sanitary and plumbing
Do Not store or operate hot water
dispenser below 32°F (0°C).
Do Not use pipe sealing compounds.
They may get inside dispenser and
cause an unpleasant taste or smell.
Water connections use quick-
connect fittings which Do Not
require sealing compounds to keep
them from leaking.
Temperature Control must be turned
to "Off" position and the dispenser
tank filled before connecting to
This hot water dispenser is Not a
water purifier. Some installations
may require a water filtering system
to improve the quality of water.
Spout installed in spray hose
opening in sink.
If spout is not to be
installed in sink spray hose
opening, cut 1-1/16"
(2.7 cm) min. — 1-3/8"
(3.5 cm) max. dia. sink or
1-1/8" (2.9 cm) max.
countertop or sink thickness