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Complete Installation - KitchenAid Instant-Hot KHWG260 Installation And User Instructions Manual

Kitchenaid appliances water dispenser installation & user instructions.
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12. Install the saddle valve kit or other plumbing parts as needed
to connect the
" (6.4 mm) tube from the faucet easy-
connect fitting to the cold water supply line.
13. Flush the line into a bucket or pan to remove any debris that
may have been trapped in the supply line during plumbing
14. Check that the water flows freely and that there are no leaks.
15. Connect the
" (6.4 mm) water supply line tube to the faucet
tube with the factory-assembled easy-connect fitting. Push
the water supply line tube straight into the fitting as far as it
will go. Pull on the tube to verify that it is secure and properly
Factory Assembled Easy-Connect Fitting
IMPORTANT: For proper operation, do not remove the factory-
assembled easy-connect fitting from the tube.
IMPORTANT: The hot water dispenser can be damaged if the
following steps are not followed.
NOTE: Do not connect the hot water dispenser to the power
supply at this time.
1. Turn the Temperature Control counterclockwise to the Off
2. Push down and turn the faucet cap clockwise to open the
faucet. Hold the cap in this position until water flows from the
faucet (approximately 1 to 1
the faucet signals that the hot water dispenser tank is filled.
A. Faucet cap—Model series KHWG260

Complete Installation

minutes). Water flowing from
NOTE: To remove the tube from the easy-connect fitting, push
down on the collet. Pull tube out of easy-connect fitting. It is
easier to push the collet down with a
A. Faucet tube
B. " or 7 mm open-end wrench
C. Collet
16. Open the water line to the faucet.
17. Check for leaks.
3. Release faucet cap.
4. Check for leaks.
NOTE: Make sure the Temperature Control is in the Off position
before connecting the hot water dispenser to the power supply. If
the tank is empty and the Temperature Control is in the On
position when the power is connected, the hot water dispenser
will overheat, and permanently damage the hot water dispenser.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
5. Plug power supply cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
6. Turn the Temperature Control clockwise to the highest
position. Water in the hot water dispenser tank will reach
maximum temperature in approximately 15 minutes.
" or 7 mm open-end


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