TM Water Dispenser Owner’s Manual – 200k Series IMPORTANT: This manual includes important safety material; please read all instructions before plugging power supply cord into receptacle. 1 Load water bottle FIRST. & READ DIRECTIONS STOP STOP before plugging in dispenser. 2 Plug in dispenser. 3 Dispense water from hot and cold faucets. Read complete HOW TO INSTALL instruction sequence before plugging in and turning on dispenser. Failure to follow proper installation instructions may cause damage to water dispenser. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Basic safety precautions should be followed when using electrical appliances, including: •Only plug in dispenser in the sequence the manual indicates (see HOW TO INSTALL AND USE). •In accordance with these instructions, the dispenser must be properly located and installed before use (see HOW TO INSTALL AND USE). •Use only bottled water in the dispenser. •Keep all gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids away from this and other appliances. •Dispenser must be unplugged before cleaning, sanitizing or repairing (see CLEANING AND SANITIZING). •Wipe up any water spills immediately after loading or unloading water bottles. •Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality. •The dispenser heats water to a temperature above 190º F (90º C). Water temperatures above 125º F (52º C) can cause severe burns or death from scalding. Most at risk of being scalded are children, the disabled and the elderly. •Ensure the dispenser stands upright for 2 hours before loading water bottle, plugging in and turning unit on. •Always lift dispenser by handle located on rear of unit. Lifting dispenser by faucet or faucet handles will damage the unit. •Follow proper grounding safety precautions and instructions prior to plugging in the unit (see GROUNDING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS). •Supervise children when using the dispenser (see CHILD SAFETY). GROUNDING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: The dispenser must be grounded – if the appliance is improperly grounded, the result could be electric shock. Ensure that the available power supply matches the dispenser’s voltage specifications indicated on the nameplate label (located at the rear). Please ensure that dispenser is set up so access to the power outlet and plug is unobstructed. IMPORTANT: To provide additional protection from the risk of shock, the dispenser MUST be connected to a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet at all times. Use of an extension cord will void any warranties. See warranty document for complete terms and conditions. 2 CHILD SAFETY CAUTION: Supervise children when using the dispenser. The hot dispenser faucet is equipped with a child safeguard that reduces the risk of hot water being dispensed accidentally or by small children. To dispense hot water, simultaneously depress the child safety lock (located above the left hot faucet handle) and the left hot faucet handle. Do not allow children to hang, climb or stand on the dispenser; the dispenser could fall over and the child could be injured. RECEIVING Inspect the dispenser box carefully for any evidence of shipping or handling damage before signing to receive goods. In case of shipping damage, claims should be filed immediately with the carrier. HOW TO INSTALL AND USE WARNING: Read through every step in HOW TO INSTALL AND USE before plugging in or turning unit on. 1. Install dispenser on a level floor strong enough to support it when fully loaded. 2. Ensure dispenser stands upright for a minimum of 2 hours before loading water bottle, plugging in and turning on dispenser. 3. Keep dispenser unplugged and in the off position until the water bottle has been loaded. 4. Place dispenser a minimum of 4 inches away from the wall to ensure ventilation. 5. Do not install dispenser where it will be subject to direct sunlight, heat or moisture. 6. Do not install dispenser where the temperature will go below 50º F (10º C) or above 100º F (38º C). 7. Wipe down the water bottle cap and neck to ensure there is no debris. 8. Remove tamper-evident seal from plastic bottle cap. Do NOT remove plastic cap if using a NO-SPILL water bottle. NOTE: Be sure to use a NO-SPILL water bottle. Using bottles without the NO-SPILL feature can cause leaking to occur. 9. Load water bottle by lifting and inserting it onto the probe, ensuring bottle is fully aligned with the dispenser and centered over the probe. Be certain fingers and other body parts are clear of underside of bottle. Apply slight pressure until the plug inside the cap pushes in and the bottle is seated. Water will begin to flow into the tank causing air bubbles in the bottle. WARNING: When loading bottle, lift with legs to prevent injury. 3 10.Now, plug dispenser into the power supply using a GFCI outlet. 11. Install drip tray and cover. 12.Prime water system. Place a cup under the dispenser faucet. To dispense hot water, depress the child safety lock (located below the left hot faucet handle) simultaneously until water flows continuously. Next, depress the right cold faucet handle to make sure there is continuous flow of water. NOTE: It may take up to 1 minute to prime the hot tank, and up to 3 minutes to prime the cold tank. 13.Dispense water. CLEANING AND SANITIZING WARNING: Always unplug dispenser before cleaning. IMPORTANT: It is recommended that the dispenser be cleaned two times a year. CLEANING OUTSIDE OF DISPENSER Wipe dispenser body, bottle receptacle, tank and faucets with a cloth and warm, soapy water. Then rinse by wiping down with clean water before drying. CLEANING DRIP TRAY AND GRILL The dispenser drip tray is not self-draining and should be cleaned regularly. To reduce water spotting, the tray should be emptied, cleaned with mild soap or placed on top rack of dishwasher and wiped dry. CLEANING AND SANITIZING RESERVOIR 1. Before cleaning, place switch located on rear of dispenser to the off position and unplug unit. 2. Let dispenser stand for one hour before cleaning to allow hot tank to cool. 3. Remove drip tray assembly and set aside for cleaning. 4. Empty water bottle (if applicable) and then remove it from the dispenser. 5. Drain cold water reservoir by dispensing water through the cold water faucet. 6. Drain hot tank by unscrewing drain cap and removing red silicone plug at rear of the dispenser. Drain water into a bucket or container (approx. 0.5 gallon). Reinstall red silicone plug and drain cap. 7. Press cover lock and pull up on cover latch to open. 8. Thoroughly clean reservoir with a mild chlorine sanitizing solution. To make the sanitizing solution, simply add 1/8 teaspoon of ordinary 6.0% maximum unscented household bleach to a 2-quart pitcher filled with tap or bottled water. Do not add concentrated bleach to the dispenser as this could damage the unit. 4 9. Wipe upper reservoir support with a clean cloth. Using a bottle brush and the sanitizing solution, clean hot tank inlet and outlet openings. 10.Install a full water bottle on dispenser and prime water system (see HOW TO INSTALL AND USE). 11. Plug in dispenser using a GFCI outlet and turn on hot tank switch located at the rear of unit. 12.Dispense water. CLEANING CABINET 1. Unplug dispenser from power outlet prior to cleaning cabinet. 2. All plastic parts can be cleaned using a cloth and warm, soapy water. Rinse with clean water. Never use scouring pads, steel wool or scouring powder. 3. Condenser tubes located on back of dispenser should be vacuumed. TROUBLESHOOTING WARNING: Always turn off dispenser and unplug from power outlet before inspecting or starting any maintenance. WATER IS LEAKING •Bottle may have a puncture or crack. Remove and install new bottle. •The NO-SPILL bottle was loaded with the cap removed. WATER DOES NOT FLOW FROM DISPENSER •Make sure bottle is not empty; if empty, replace bottle. •Make sure to push down on faucet handles fully. •Inspect to see if there is a pinhole in the bottle; if so, replace bottle. •Remove bottle from dispenser. Dispense two cups of water. Place the bottle back on the dispenser. WATER TASTES BAD •Dispenser may need to be cleaned (see CLEANING AND SANITIZING). WATER NOT HOT OR COLD ENOUGH •Check to make sure dispenser is plugged in and the switch is turned on. •A fuse may be blown or the circuit breaker may be tripped; if needed, replace fuse or reset breaker. •Dispenser may be placed in direct sunlight or may be too close to a heat source; try moving dispenser into a cool shaded area. DISPENSER IS NOISY •Make sure the dispenser is on a level floor or counter strong enough to support it when fully loaded. •It is normal for the bottle to make a gurgling noise as water fills the tank. •It is normal for the dispenser or water bottle to shake when the cooling system cycles off. 5 PARTICLES FLOATING IN WATER •Dispenser may need to be cleaned (see CLEANING AND SANITIZING). •Always ensure label is fully removed from bottle cap before placing on dispenser. •Call your water service provider if problem persists. DISPENSER NEEDS TO BE STORED •Always drain water completely from dispenser before shipping or storing. TO PROPERLY DISPOSE OF YOUR DISPENSER •Your old dispenser may have used a regulated refrigerant in its cooling system. These refrigerants are believed to harm stratospheric ozone. If you are throwing away your old dispenser, make sure the refrigerant is removed and recovered for proper disposal by an EPA-certified technician. If you intentionally release this refrigerant, you can be subject to fines and imprisonment under provisions of environmental legislation. IMPORTANT: The customer acknowledges that water, like other liquids, can cause damage to surfaces. The customer takes full responsibility for placing the dispenser within a residence or business and acknowledges that failure to address drips, leaks or spillages is at the customer’s risk. WARNING: The Limited 1-Year Warranty and Underwriters’ Laboratory and CE listings for the dispensers are invalidated if any alterations, modifications, or use or misuse in combination with any other machines or devices is deemed to be the source of any claim. See warranty document for complete terms and conditions. DS Services of America, Inc. accepts no liability (including for bodily injury) resulting from any alterations, misuse, neglect, accidents, improper installations or repairs. The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge without supervision by a person responsible for their safety. 6 ©2016 DS Services of America, Inc.
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