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How to Install, operate and
maintain your Reverse Osmosis
Drinking Water System
If you have any questions or concerns when
installing, operating or maintaining your
Reverse Osmosis System
call our toll free number:
1-800-972-0135
Monday- Friday, 8 AM-9PM EST
or visit www.northstarconditioning.com
System tested and certified by NSF International
against NSF/ANSI Standard 42 and 58. See performance data sheet for details.
Manufactured and warranted by
North Star Water Conditioning
1890 Woodlane Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125
Installation and Operation Manual
NSRO42C4
7287556 (Rev. E 10/26/06)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Unpack and Check Shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Plan Your Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Overview and Site Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Step 1-Install Supply Water Fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Step 2-Install Reverse Osmosis Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9
Step 3-Install Reverse Osmosis Filter Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Step 4-Install Storage Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Step 5-Install Reverse Osmosis Faucet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Step 6-Connect Tubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-15
Step 7-Sanitize, Pressure Test, Purge System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16-17
How Your Reverse Osmosis Water System Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-19
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20-21
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27
Questions?
Visit www.northstarconditioning.com
or call Toll Free
1-800-972-0135
Monday- Friday, 8 AM - 9PM EST
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Unpack and Check Your Carton
INSPECT SHIPMENT
NOTE: Codes in the state of Massachusetts require
installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit
the use of saddle valves.
If you live in the state of Massachusetts, review
plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts before proceeding with the installation.
Your Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is
shipped complete in one carton. Remove all items from
your shipping carton.
Check all items against the packing list below. Note any
items lost or damaged in shipment.
Note any damage to the shipping carton. Refer to the
exploded view and parts list in the back of the manual for
the part names and numbers of missing or damaged
items. If problems exist, refer to the website or the toll
free number listed throughout this manual.
Keep the small parts in the parts bag until you are ready
to install them.
Packing List
Bag Assembly
Bag Assembly
Reverse Osmosis
Assembly
With Red and Yellow
tubes attached
Water Storage Tank
Drain Adapter Kit
Bag Assembly
Tube Bends
Nitrate/Nitrite
Test Kit
Thread Sealing Tape
Hanger Brackets
Coin Battery
Spacer
Green Supply Tube
Blue Faucet Tube
Black Drain Tube
Bag Assembly
Electronics Ring
Tee Feed
Adaptor
Tank
Connector
O-Ring
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Reverse Osmosis Faucet Assembly
Plan Your Installation
TOOLS NEEDED
PLAN YOUR INSTALLATION
It is recommended to read through the entire manual
before beginning your installation. Follow all steps exactly.
Reading this manual will also help you get all the benefits
from your system.
Your Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System can be
installed under a sink or in a remote location. Typical
remote sites are a laundry room or utility room. Review the
location options below and determine where you are going
to install your system.
Adjustable wrench
UNDER THE SINK LOCATION
The Reverse Osmosis Filter Assembly and storage tank
are normally installed in a kitchen or bathroom sink cabinet. See Fig. 2.
A suitable drain point is needed for reject water from the
Reverse Osmosis filter.
Phillips Screwdriver
Tape Measure
REMOTE LOCATION
You can also locate the Reverse Osmosis Filter Assembly
and storage tank in a remote location away from the
Reverse Osmosis Faucet. You will need a nearby water
source and drain point.
See Fig. 3.
Drill & Drill bits, if required.
Flathead Screwdriver
CHECK SPACE REQUIREMENTS
Check size and position of items for proper installation into
location chosen.
TOOLS NEEDED
Review the tools needed list. See Fig. 1. Gather needed
tools before proceeding with the installation. Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed here.
Large Adjustable Jaw Pliers or Pipe Wrench
FIG. 1
4
Plan Your Installation
All install parts included in package.
Drain Adapter for
Reverse Osmosis
Waste Water
Tee Feed Adaptor
Cold Water
Supply
Reverse
Osmosis
Assembly
Storage
Tank
Sink Drain P-Trap
Typical Under Sink Installation
FIG. 2
Outside Faucet
(Hard Water)
Outside Faucet
(Hard Water)
Soft, Cold Water
To Faucet
Hard W
ater Lin
e
Soft, Hot
Water
Soft cold
water to
Reverse
Osmosis
System
Shut-off
Valve
Reverse
Osmosis
System
Reverse
Osmosis
Drain
Storage
Tank
Hard
Water to
House
Water
Heater
Water
Meter
Additional Parts required.
Water
Softener
Air Gap
Main
Shutoff
Valve
Typical Remote Installation
5
FIG. 3
Overview and Site Preparation
OVERVIEW
There are seven easy steps to installing your Drinking Water
system. They are as follows:
STEP 1 - Install Cold Water Supply fitting
STEP 2 - Install Drain Adapter
STEP 3 - Install Reverse Osmosis Assembly
STEP 4 - Install Storage Tank
STEP 5 - Install Reverse Osmosis Faucet
STEP 6 - Connect Tubing
STEP 7 - Sanitize, Pressure Test, Purge System
These steps are explained in detail over the next few pages.
It is recommended to read through the entire manual before
beginning your installation. Follow all steps exactly. Reading
this manual will also help you receive and use all the benefits your Reverse Osmosis System can give you.
PREPARE SITE FOR INSTALLATION
1. Before starting, close the house main water shutoff valve.
2. Temporarily place tank and filter assembly into cabinet.
Double check position of items and space required for
proper installation.
3. Remove tank and filter from cabinet and set aside.
NOTE: You must check and comply with all local plumbing codes.
NOTE: Codes in the state of Massachusetts require
installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit the
use of saddle valves.
If you live in the state of Massachusetts, review plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts before proceeding with the installation.
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FIG. 4
Step 1 - Install Supply Water Fitting
Check and comply with local plumbing codes as you plan,
then install a cold feed (supply) water fitting. The fitting must
provide a leak-tight connection to the RO 1/4" tubing. A typical connection using the included water supply fitting is
shown in Figure 5.
NOTE: Local code may dictate which type of water fitting is used. Consult a plumber if you are not familiar
with local codes or plumbing procedures.
NOTE: Codes in the state of Massachusetts require
installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit the
use of saddle valves.
If you live in the state of Massachusetts, review plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts before proceeding with the installation.
Cold Water
Shutoff Valve
INSTALL COLD WATER SUPPLY FITTING
(Included with your package)
This fitting will be installed on the cold water pipe. The fitting
must provide a leak-tight connection to the Reverse
Osmosis 1/4" tubing. Locate the cold water line in the sink
cabinet. It is recommended, but not required, that the cold
water line be soft water..
cold water
faucet stud
water supply fitting
(tee feed adaptor)
1/4” green tubing
to Reverse
Osmosis inlet
Complete the following steps to install the water supply fitting.
1. Close the house main water shutoff valve and open
faucets to drain water from the sink cold water pipe.
2. Remove nut that connects the cold water faucet to cold
water plumbing.
cold water
pipe
3. Use pipe joint compound or Teflon tape on the cold water
faucet stud threads and on the male threads of the water
supply fitting that connect to the cold water pipe.
Use to Connect
Tubing
FIG. 5
Cold Water Supply Fitting
(Included in package)
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Step 2 - Install RO Drain Under Sink
Double Trap
INTRODUCTION
Single trap
A suitable drain point is needed for the reject water from
the Reverse Osmosis Filter. You have two options to
choose from:
• Install the Drain Adapter included with your unit
See Fig 6, Fig. 7, and Fig. 8. This is used in under the
sink installations. The drain adapter kit is installed onto
your sink drain pipe above the P-trap. See Fig. 6.
• Use another existing drain in your home
(See Fig 9, Fig. 10) This is usually used in remote
location type installations. The drain tube from the
Reverse Osmosis Filter runs directly to an open drain.
See Fig. 9 & 10.
Drain
Adapter
P–Trap
P–Trap
Under The Sink Installation
NOTE: Local code may dictate which type of drain
installation is used. Other than local code, either
drain install type may be used in both under the sink
or remote location installations. Consult a plumber if
you are not familiar with plumbing procedures.
FIG. 6
45°
INSTALL DRAIN ADAPTER KIT
45°
Sink Tailpiece
(Under sink Installation)
In an under the sink installation, you normally use the
(P-trap) drain adapter. A drain adapter kit is included in
your package. Review the drain adapter kit parts in Fig. 7.
The drain adapter is always installed in the sink drain
pipe, above or ahead of the P- trap. See Fig. 6 & 8. Be
sure to comply with your local plumbing codes. The drain
adapter fits 1-1/2" sink drain pipes. Other drain pipe fittings, purchased locally, may be needed in addition to the
adapter.
1. Slowly disassemble the sink drain pipe between the
sink P-trap and the sink tailpiece. See Fig. 6 & 8.
2. Clean the sink tailpiece to assure a leak-tight fit.
3. Install drain adapter directly onto the sink tailpiece
using the ferrule and nut. Snug the nut, but do not
tighten. See Fig. 7.
4. Assemble the drain tubing connector to the drain
adapter using the ferrule and nut. Snug the nut, but do
not tighten. See Fig. 7.
NOTE: Locate so drain tubing from the Reverse
Osmosis faucet will make a straight run to the
adapter, without dips, loops, low spots or kinks.
See Fig. 8.
5. Turn the connector to about 45° (10:00 or 2:00 position). See Fig. 7. Tighten the nut securely.
6. Assemble the P-trap to the drain adapter, and other
drain pipe fittings as required to complete the drain
run. See Fig. 6.
Note: If needed, you can cut the unthreaded end of
the adapter to make it fit. Do not cut too short or
the adapter will not make a leak-tight seal with the
connecting fitting.
7. Tighten all connections, but do not over tighten plastic
connections.
2:00
10:00
Nut
Ferrule
Drain Adapter
Ferrule
Nut
Cut, if
needed.
Drain Tubing
Connector
FIG. 7
Black Drain
Tube
Drain Adapter
HOT
COLD
P-Trap
IMPORTANT: Locate drain adapter so when the black drain tube
from the Reverse Osmosis Faucet is installed later
on, it will make a straight run to the adapter, without dips, loops, low spots or kinks
FIG. 8
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Step 2 - Install RO Drain In Remote Location
Outside Faucet
(Hard Water)
BLUE
Tubing to
Reverse
Osmosis
Faucet
Outside Faucet
(Hard Water)
Soft, Cold Water
Hard W
ater Lin
e
Soft water
to Reverse
Osmosis
System
Soft, Hot
Water
Shut-off
Valve
GREEN Tubing
to Reverse
Osmosis
System
Remote Location
Installation
Reverse
Osmosis
Drain
YELLOW
Tubing to
Tank Storage
Hard
Water
to House
Storage
Tank
Water Meter
Water Heater
Water
Softener
1/4'' RED Tubing
Sump
Airgap
1-1/2”
Reverse
Osmosis
System
Main
Shutoff
Valve
RED
Tubing to
Drain
FIG. 9
Airgap
1-1/2”
Airgap
1-1/2”
Stand pipe
Airgap
1-1/2”
Laundry Tub
Floor
Drain
FIG. 10
To install a remote drain point, complete the
following steps:
1. Locate the 1/4” red tubing on the Reverse Osmosis
filter assembly. See Fig. 9.
2. Determine if this length is long enough to reach the
drain point.
3. If not, disconnect the 1/4” red tubing and replace with
an adequate length of tubing to reach the drain point.
Refer to Step 5 later in the manual on how to disconnect and connect tubing.
Note: A flow control insert is located in the red
tube. Refer to Fig 27. This insert must be saved
and placed in the new length of tubing.
4. Run the tubing to the drain point and secure at the
end with a bracket (purchased locally). See Fig. 10.
Provide a 1-1/2” air gap between the end of the tube
and the drain. See Fig. 10.
INSTALL A REMOTE DRAIN POINT
AND AIR GAP (Remote Location)
You can also run the drain tubing to an existing drain in
the house. A floor drain, laundry tub, standpipe, sump,
etc. are suitable drain points. See Fig. 10. This type of
drain is the preferred over the p- trap drain adapter.
Check your local codes. Longer lengths of tubing (see
parts list in back of manual) may be needed.
Always be sure to provide an air gap between the end of
the hose and the drain point. This will prevent water from
backing up into the system. Airgaps are required code in
most areas.
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Step 3: Install RO Filter Assembly
INSTALL REVERSE OSMOSIS FILTER
ASSEMBLY
Hanger Washer (2)
Screw (2)
9''
The Reverse Osmosis Filter Assembly is mounted on
hanger washers.
See Fig 11. The hanger washers allow you to lift the filter
assembly from the washers without any hardware
removal. When planning your installation, you need to
leave room for changing filters.
Complete the following steps to install your Reverse
Osmosis Filter Assembly:
15-1/2'' Minimum Up from
Floor. This distance allows
for space to change filters
1. Remove the cover.
2. Locate mounting slots on back inside of the assembly.
See Fig 11.
3. Hold the assembly up to the wall surface and mark
locations for the hanger washers. See Fig 11. This
allows room to change filters.
FIG. 11
4. Fasten the hanger washers to the wall using the wood
screws provided.
5. Hang assembly on washers.
6. Replace cover.
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Step 4 - Install Storage Tank
INSTALL STORAGE TANK
1. Apply thread sealing tape to the threads on the nipple
at the top of the tank (max. 2 wraps). See Fig 12.
Tubing Connector
2. Locate the tubing connector. Tighten the tubing connector onto the tank nipple 7-8 turns, being careful not
to cross thread. See Fig 12.
Tank Nipple
3. Tighten the connector with a wrench 1/4 turn. Do not
connect the tube at this time. This will occur later in the
assembly.
4. Place the storage tank next to the Reverse Osmosis
Assembly. The tank can be placed upright or on its
side.
Storage Tank
FIG. 12
11
Step 5: Install RO Faucet
SELECT LOCATION OF REVERSE OSMOSIS
FAUCET MOUNTING HOLE
You will need to select the location of the Reverse
Osmosis Faucet. You have three options to choose from:
• Use the existing sink top hole for the spray hose or
soap dispenser (Must be 1-1/4” in diameter)
• Drill a new hole in the sink
• Drill a new hole in the countertop next to the sink
1. Determine where you are going to install your Reverse
Osmosis Faucet.
2. Check to ensure the Reverse Osmosis faucet will mount
flat against the mounting surface.
3. Visually review the routing of the tubes from the
Reverse Osmosis filter assembly to the faucet. Check to
ensure there is adequate tube routing space between
the faucet and filter assembly.
4. If drilling is needed, drill a 1-1/4" diameter hole in the
mounting surface.
IMPORTANT: Drilling holes into countertops and
sinks should only be performed by a qualified
installer who is certified for drilling such materials.
Drilling of surfaces made of stone or solid surface
materials such as granite, marble, Coriant or other
plastic resin products or sinks made of porcelain
and stainless steel may cause permanent, irreparable damage to the sink or countertop surface.
Battery
INSTALL BATTERY
When the coin battery is first applied at initial start up,
the LED indicator light will flash in red, amber, green
sequence. All timers and counters are reset to zero. In
order to reset the time and gallon count feature, push the
button on the PWA and hold until the LED flashes and
release.The battery needs to be replaced at the time
of filter replacement. Use only alkaline batteries.
Improper placement of battery could damage electronics.
Use care when inserting the battery to align it correctly
on the PWA with the proper polarity.
PW Board
Reset Button
FIG. 13
12
Step 5: Install RO Faucet
INSTALL REVERSE OSMOSIS FAUCET
1. Locate and organize your RO faucet install parts. Refer to
Fig. 14.
2. Snap the o-ring in the groove on the bottom of the ring and
slide the monitor ring onto the faucet stud. The monitor
ring LED wire must be routed through the sink or countertop hole and through the spacer, if used. Refer to Fig. 14.
Faucet
3. Take the 30" length of 3/8" black tubing and push one end
onto the 3/8" faucet barb fitting, see Fig. 15.
4. Move the RO system into position, under the sink.
(Referring to page 10, hang the system on cabinet wall, or
lay on the floor surface, as desired.)
Note: Tubing lengths should allow for the removal of the
assembly from the hanger washers for servicing. If tubing lengths are shortened for neater appearance, it may
be necessary to keep the assembly on the hanger washers for service.
5. Route the 1/4" red tubing from the bottom, up through the
faucet mounting hole. Push the end of the tubing onto the
1/4" barb fitting. See Fig. 15.
NOTE: If you ran the red reverse osmosis drain tubing
directly to a remote drain point, disregard step 6 and
refer to instructions on page 9.
Connect to
electronics
in manifold
6. Work tubing and the faucet stud down, into the mounting
hole.
FIG. 14
7. On the underside of the sink or countertop, install the
spacer, plastic bushing, flat washer, and hex nut. Slide the
large steel washer in place, between the bushing and
spacer. Then, tighten the hex nut securely. Make sure that
the LED wire is in a position so that it will not be cut,
pinched or kinked before tightening the faucet assembly.
8. Thread the tubing connector onto the bottom of the faucet
stud.
9. Push the end of the 3/8" blue tubing from the RO, into the
tubing connector. See Fig. 15.
BLACK TUBE
3/8” barb fitting
for the black tube
BLUE TUBE
3/8” quick connect
fitting for the blue
tube
13
RED TUBE
1/4” barb fitting
for the red tube
FIG. 15
Step 6 - Connect Tubes
Push In Fitting
HOW TO CUT AND CONNECT THE TUBES
Tube
Your Reverse Osmosis Water System includes push-in fittings for quick tubing connection. Review the following
instructions before connecting the tubes in the next step.
Cut tubes to length
1. Use a sharp cutter or knife to cut the end of tubing.
Always cut the tubing square. See Fig. 17.
2. Inspect the end (about 1") of the tubing to be sure
there are no nicks, scratches or other rough spots. If
needed, cut the tubing again. See Fig. 17.
Note: Tubing lengths should allow for the removal
of the assembly from the hanger washers for servicing. If tubing lengths are shortened for neater
appearance, it may be necessary to keep the
assembly on the hanger washers for service.
Cut tubing square with end of tubing round,
smooth, with no cuts, nicks or flat spots.
Tube Correctly Cut
Collet
Connect tubes
1. Push tubing through collet, until it engages the o-ring.
See Fig. 18. Continue pushing until the tube bottoms
out against the back of the fitting. See Fig. 19. A common mistake is to stop pushing when the tube engages
the o-ring. This will lead to future leaks. When a 1/4”
tube is fully engaged, 11/16” of the tube has entered
the fitting. When a 3/8” tube is fully engaged, 3/4” of
the tube has entered the fitting. See Fig. 18 & 19.
2. If using tubing other than tubing supplied with the system, be sure it is of high quality, exact size and roundness with a smooth surface.
Disconnect Tubes
1. Push the collet inward with a finger tip. See Fig.21.
2. Continue holding collet inward while pulling the tubing
out. See Fig. 21.
FIG. 17
O-Ring
Tube Partially Engaged With Fitting
Fig. 18
O-Ring
Collet
Tube Fully Engaged With Fitting
FIG. 19
Collet (Depress to
Remove Tubing)
Tubing
O-Ring Seal
Fitting
Collet
Disconnect Tubing
Collet and O-ring
FIG. 20
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FIG. 21
Step 6 - Connect Tubes
3/8" black tubing
tee feed adaptor
1/4" GREEN
sink p-trap
1/4" RED
HOT COLD
E
LU
"B
3/8
drain
adaptor
NOTE: Tubing lengths should allow for the
removal of the assembly from the hanger
washers for servicing. If tubing lengths
are shortened for neater appearance, it
may be necessary to keep the assembly
on the hanger washers for service.
NOTE: Codes in the state of
Massachusetts require installation by a
licensed plumber and do not permit the
use of saddle valves. If you live in the
state of Massachusetts, review plumbing
code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts before proceeding with the
installation.
3/8" YELL
OW
tubing connector
Note:Tube colors match
Collet colors
Tube
Bender
If tubing needs to make a
sharp bend, use included
tube benders to prevent
kinking.
Tube Connections
FIG. 22
CONNECT BLUE TUBE TO REVERSE OSMOSIS
ASSEMBLY
CONNECT YELLOW TUBE TO STORAGE TANK
1. Locate the yellow tube. One end is attached to the Reverse
Osmosis filter assembly.
2. Run the other end of the yellow tube to the fitting on top of
the storage tank. See Fig. 22.
3. Cut tube square and to length. See Fig. 17.
4. Do not connect at this time. This will occur in the sanitizing
step.
1. Locate the blue tube. One end is attached to the faucet.
2. Run the other end of the 3/8" blue tube to the blue collet on
the right side of the Reverse Osmosis filter assembly.
3. Cut tube square and to length. See Fig. 17.
4. Insert all the way into the fitting. See Fig. 18 & 19.
5. Pull on the tube to be sure it's held firmly in the fitting.
CONNECT GREEN TUBE TO COLD WATER
SUPPLY PIPE
CONNECT BLACK TUBE FROM REVERSE OSMOSIS
FAUCET TO DRAIN ADAPTER
1. Run one end of the 1/4” green tube to the fitting on the water
supply pipe. See Fig. 22.
2. Cut tube square and to length. See Fig. 17.
3. Connect to saddle valve. (This is a compression fitting.)
4. Run the other end of the green tube to green collet to the fitting on the left side of the Reverse Osmosis filter
assembly.
5. Cut tube square and to length. See Fig. 17.
6. Insert all the way into the fitting. See Fig. 18 & 19.
7. Pull on the tube to be sure it is held firmly in the fitting.
1. Locate the 30" length of 3/8" black tube. One end is attached
to the faucet. Fig 22.
2. The other end needs to be attached to the black collet on the
sink drain adapter.
3. Cut this tube as needed to route in as straight of a run as
possible, without loops, dips, low spots or kinks.
4. Cut the end of the tube square. See Fig. 17.
5. Insert all the way into the fitting. See Fig. 18 & 19.
6. Pull on the tube to be sure it is held firmly in the fitting.
CONNECT RED TUBE TO REVERSE OSMOSIS
FAUCET
The red tube connection was completed in the faucet
assembly steps.
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Step 7 - Sanitize, Test and Purge System
SANITIZE THE SYSTEM
Sanitizing is recommended immediately after installation of the Reverse Osmosis system. It’s also recommended after servicing inner parts. It is important that
the person installing or servicing the system have
clean hands while handling inner parts of the system.
Complete the following steps to sanitize the system.
See Fig. 23.
1. Turn off the water supply to the Reverse Osmosis
system.
2. Open the Reverse Osmosis faucet.
3. Use an eyedropper (not included) and common
household bleach (5.25%).
4. Add 3 ml. of bleach into open end of yellow tank
tubing. Handle bleach according to bleach manufacturer’s recommendations. See Fig. 23.
5. Connect yellow tank tubing to tank connector. See
Fig. 12 and 23.
6. Sanitizing the system will be completed during the
pressure test and purging steps on the following
page.
Note: The bleach must be removed from the
system before drinking the water. See purging
instructions on the next page.
FIG. 23
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Step 7 - Sanitize, Test and Purge System
PRESSURE TEST THE SYSTEM
Note: Complete the sanitizing procedures on the preceding page before pressure testing.
Kitchen
faucet
Reverse
Osmosis
Faucet
To pressure test the system, complete the following steps.
1. Open the water supply valve to the Reverse Osmosis
System. See Fig. 24.
2. 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 Fig. 24.
3. Pressure will start to build in the RO system in about 2
hours Carefully check all fittings and connections as
the system builds pressure. Check for water leaks. Fix
leaks if any are found. If problems exist, refer to the
troubleshooting chart or call the toll free number. (See
number below)
Note: When the system is first pressurized, water
may ''spurt'' from the faucet air gap hole until air is
expelled from the RO system.
Storage
Tank
Tee Feed
Adaptor
Water supply Shutoff
Valve to Reverse
Osmosis System
Please review the following operating features before
using your Reverse Osmosis System:
FIG. 24
You will not have filtered water immediately. It may
take 1-3 hours to completely fill the storage tank and
create maximum flow from the Reverse Osmosis
faucet.
Water Pressure from the Reverse Osmosis faucet will be
less than your standard faucet due to the high level of filtration performed by the system.
Water will run to the drain while the Reverse Osmosis
system is producing purified water, even if you are not
drawing 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
automatically shut off when the storage tank is full.
PURGING THE SYSTEM
To purge the system, complete the following steps.
1. Open the Reverse Osmosis Faucet and let water
through 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
purging period is complete.
3. When the purging is finished, your Reverse Osmosis
system is ready for use.
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How Your RO Water System Works
INTRODUCTION: Your Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Drinking Water System uses your household water
pressure to force water through three filters. Minerals
and impurities are filtered out. Delicious tasting drinking water goes to the storage tank-ready for your use.
Minerals and impurities are sent down the drain. The
following paragraphs will explain in detail how your
Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System works.
Battery
PREFILTER: Water from the cold supply pipe enters
the prefilter. See Fig. 25. The prefilter has a replaceable sediment cartridge with activated carbon in its
composition. The cartridge reduces taste, odor, sand,
silt, dirt, other sediments, and up to the amount of
chlorine shown in the specifications.
PW Board
Reset Button
REVERSE OSMOSIS CARTRIDGE: Filtered, chlorine-free water flows from the prefilter, to the Reverse
Osmosis membrane cartridge. See Fig. 25. The
Reverse Osmosis cartridge is a tightly wound special
membrane. The membrane reduces the dissolved
solids and organic matter. High quality product water
(about one ounce per minute) exits the Reverse
Osmosis cartridge. The product water flows to the
storage tank, postfilter or Reverse Osmosis faucet.
See Fig. 25. Reject water, with the dissolved solids
and organic matter, is routed to the drain. See Fig. 25.
Amber - Warning, filters need replacing. Filters need
replacing, when water has been drawn, after 6
months time (or 750 gallons have been used).
Red - RO membrane needs to be replaced. When
the coin battery is first applied at initial start up, the
LED indicator light will flash in a red, amber, green
sequence. All timers and counters are reset to zero.
In order to reset the time and gallon count feature,
push the button on the PWA and hold until the LED
flashes and release. The battery needs to be
replaced at the time of filter replacement. Use only
alkaline batteries. Improper placement of battery
could damage electronics. Use care when inserting
battery to align it correctly on PWA with the proper
polarity.
STORAGE TANK: The storage tank holds up to 2.4
gallons of product water. See Fig. 25. A diaphragm
inside the tank holds water pressurized to about 30 psi
when the tank is full. This provides fast flow to the
Reverse Osmosis faucet. When the tank is empty of
water, it is pressurized to 5 - 7 psi.
POSTFILTER: Before going to the Reverse Osmosis
faucet, product water goes through the postfilter. See
Fig. 25. The postfilter is an activated carbon type filter.
Any remaining tastes and odors are reduced from the
product water. Taste-free, odor-free, clean, high quality
drinking water is available at the faucet.
SHUTOFF ASSEMBLY: The unit has an automatic shutoff system to conserve water. When the storage tank
has filled to capacity, and the drinking water faucet is
closed, pressure closes the shutoff to stop flow to the
drain. After enough drinking water is used, pressure in
the
system drops, and the shutoff opens to allow the tank to
be refilled. See Fig. 25.
REVERSE OSMOSIS FAUCET: The sink or countertop faucet has a hand operated knob to access drinking water. See Fig. 25. An air-gap is built into the
faucet drain water connection to comply with plumbing
codes. See Fig. 25.
CHECK VALVE: A check valve is located in the Reverse
Osmosis manifold, above the center sump. The check
valve prevents a backward flow of product water from
the storage tank to drain. A backward flow could
damage the Reverse Osmosis Membrane. See Fig. 25.
FAUCET ELECTRONICS: The RO system will monitor the total flow of the unit and also length of time the
filters have been installed. The faucet base has an
indicator light that flashes to inform you of the status
of the RO membrane and filters.
FLOW CONTROL: Water flow to the drain is restricted
by the flow control. It maintains the desired flow rate to
obtain the highest quality drinking water. The flow control is located in the end of the 1/4" red drain tubing, at
the Reverse Osmosis manifold drain port. See Fig. 25.
Green - RO membrane and filters are good.
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How Your RO Water System Works
PRODUCT
WATER FAUCET
6
BL
AC
K
air gap
PRODUCT WATER
gravity
drain
WASTE WATER
AUTOMATIC
SHUTOFF
drain flow
control
check
valve
8
WATER
IN
GREEN
BLUE
1
PREFILTER
PRODUCT
WATER
STORAGE
POSTFILTER
7
5
RED
RO
MEMBRANE
YELLOW
3
4
2
Reverse Osmosis Water Flow Schematic
Water Flow Description
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Water enters prefilter. Sand, silt and other sediments are reduced. Chlorine is also reduced. See Fig. 25.
Water leaves prefilter and proceeds to the Reverse Osmosis Cartridge. See Fig. 25.
Water enters the Reverse Osmosis membrane. Dissolved solids are reduced. See Fig. 25.
Processed water leaves the Reverse Osmosis Membrane and flows to the storage tank. See Fig. 25.
Waste water with dissolved solids leave the Reverse Osmosis membrane and flows to the drain. See Fig. 25.
Faucet is activated. See Fig. 25.
Processed water leaves the storage tank and flows to the post filter filtered to ensure fresh taste. See Fig. 25.
Water flows to the Reverse Osmosis faucet. See Fig. 25.
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FIG. 25
Maintenance
PREFILTER/POSTFILTER MAINTENANCE
NOTE: It is recommended to replace prefilter and
postfilter cartridges at least every 6 months of
product water use. Replace more often if they
begin to plug with sediments.
The prefilter and postfilter are replaceable sediment
cartridges with activated carbon in its composition. See
Fig. 26. You must periodically replace the prefilter and
postfilter cartridge. This will protect the RO membrane
from being destroyed by chlorine. It will also prevent
the filters from plugging with sediments.
You may notice a slower output of product water as the
prefilter and postfilters build up with sediments.
Replace the prefilter and postfilter cartridges when this
occurs.
RO MEMBRANE CARTRIDGE MAINTENANCE
The Reverse Osmosis cartridge is a tightly wound special membrane. See Fig. 26.The membrane reduces
the dissolved solids and organic matter. The life of the
Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge depends mostly
on the pH of the supply water. (see specifications).
Cartridge life is shorter with higher pH. For example, if
supply water pH is from 6.8 to 7.7, the cartridge may
last for well over one year. However, cartridge life may
be as short as 6 months if the pH is as high as 8.5 to
10. Higher pH weakens the cartridge membrane and
causes pin-hole leaks. It's time to replace the Reverse
Osmosis cartridge when the production rate and/or
quality of product water drops. Product water may
begin to taste different or bad, indicating solids and
organics are passing through the Reverse Osmosis
membrane. See Reverse Osmosis cartridge replacement.
Cover
Prefilter
Cartridge
RO Cartridge
Postfilter
Cartridge
REVERSE OSMOSIS CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
Complete the following steps to replace the cartridges.
1. Remove (turn to the left) the pre filter cartridge from
the filter head to relieve pressure on the Reverse
Osmosis cartridge.
2. Remove the Reverse Osmosis cartridge.
3. Remove the post filter cartridge.
4. Discard the cartridges in a proper manner.
5. Install new cartridges in reverse order (post filter,
Reverse Osmosis and then prefilter). Turn cartridges
to the right to re-attach to the filter heads.
6. Remove and replace the timer battery. See Fig. 14.
7. Purge the Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge.
See page 17 for instructions.
Turn to the left to
remove
FIG. 26
PREFILTER/POSTFILTER CARTRIDGE
REPLACEMENT
Complete the following steps to replace the cartridges.
1. Remove the pre filter cartridge (turn to the left) from
the filter head. Then remove the post filter cartridge.
2. Discard the cartridges in a proper manner.
3. Install new cartridges in reverse order (post filter
first, then pre filter). Turn cartridges to the right to reattach to the filter heads.
4. Remove and replace the timer battery. See Fig. 13.
5. Purge the Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge.
See page 17 for instructions.
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Maintenance
FLOW CONTROL
The flow control is vital for proper operation of the
Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge. See Fig. 27. The
control keeps water flowing through the membrane at the
required rate. This is to ensure the system produces the
best quality product water.
Flow
Control
Insert
Periodically check the flow control assembly to be sure
the small hole through it is clean and unrestricted.
If the flow control assembly requires service, review the
exploded view in Fig. 27. Assemble and disassemble as
shown.
To
Drain
1/4'' Red
Tubing
FIG. 27
Push o-ring seal into
bottom of port then follow
with collet.
CHANGE COLLET AND O-RING
1. Remove the collet and o-ring from the fitting with a
small screwdriver. Be careful not to scratch the internal walls of the collet port. See Fig. 28-29.
2. Clean collet port, lubricate and insert the o-ring seal
into the bottom of the port. See Fig. 28-29.
3. Push the collet inward until it locks in place.See Fig.
28-29.
Fitting
O-Ring Seal
Collet
Change Collet and O-ring
FIG. 28
Collet (Depress to
Remove Tubing)
Tubing
Disconnect Tubing
FIG. 29
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Specifications
Supply water pressure limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40-100 psi (280-689 kPa)
Supply water temperature limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40-100 °F (5-40°C)
Maximum total dissolved solids (TDS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2000 ppm
Maximum water hardness @ 6.9 pH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 gpg
Maximum iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0
Chlorine in water supply (max. ppm) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.0
Supply water pH limits (pH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Product (quality) water, 24 hours 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14.53 gal. (55 liters)
Waste water per gallon of product water 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 gal. (18.9 liters)
Percent rejection of TDS, minimum (new membrane)1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90-95
Storage tank capacity (max.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.4 gal. (9.1 liters)
Automatic shutoff control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .yes
Efficiency2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9.7 %
Recovery3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19.7 %
This system conforms to NSF/ANSI 58 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data.
1
@ Feed water supply at 50 psi, 77°F, and 750 TDS --- Quality water production, amount of waste water and percent rejection all vary with
changes in pressure, temperature and total dissolved solids.
2
Efficiency rating means the percentage of the influent water to the system that is available to the user as reverse osmosis treated water
under operating conditions that approximate typical daily usage.
3
Recovery rating means the percentage of the influent water to the membrane portion of the system that is available to the user as reverse
osmosis treated water when the system is operated without a storage tank or when the storage tank is bypassed.
Non-potable Water Sources: Do not attempt to use this product to make safe drinking water from non-potable water sources. Do not use the
system on microbiologically unsafe water, or water of unknown quality without an adequate disinfection before or after the system. This system
is certified for cyst reduction and may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts.
Arsenic Reduction: This system shall only be used for arsenic reduction on chlorinated water supplies containing detectable residual free chlorine at the system inlet. Water systems using an inline chlorinator should provide a one minute chlorine contact time before the reverse osmosis
system.
Nitrate/Nitrite Test Kit: This system is acceptable for treatment of influent concentrations of no more than 27mg/L nitrate and 3mg/L nitrite in
combination measured as N. It is certified for nitrate/nitrite reduction only for water supplies with a pressure of 280 kPa (40 psig) or greater. This
system is supplied with a nitrate/nitrite test kit. Product water should be monitored periodically according to the instructions provided with the
test kit.
TDS Test Kits: TDS test kits are available by calling 1--800--949--8220, or check the water testing section of your local phone directory.
Installations In The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires installation be performed by a
licensed plumber. Plumbing code 248--CMR of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts must be followed in these cases.
Product Water Testing: The Reverse Osmosis System contains a replaceable treatment component critical for the effective reduction of total
dissolved solids. Product water should be tested periodically to verify that the system is performing properly.
Replacement of the reverse osmosis component: This reverse osmosis system contains a replaceable component critical to the efficiency of
the system. Replacement of the reverse osmosis component should be with one of identical specifications, as defined by the manufacturer, to
assure the same efficiency and contaminant performance.
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Warranty
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON REVERSE OSMOSIS DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
(Except filter cartridges and R. O. membrane)
Warrantor: North Star Water Conditioning, 1890 Woodlane Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Warrantor guarantees, to the original owner, that the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System, when installed and
maintained in accordance with the instructions, will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period
of one year from date of installation. If, within the first year, a part proves, after inspection, to be defective,
Warrantor will, at its sole option, either replace or repair the part without charge except normal shipping and installation charges. Labor to maintain the equipment is not part of the warranty. Filters and membranes, which are
expendable, are not covered by the warranty.
TO OBTAIN WARRANTY PARTS, SIMPLY CALL 1-800-972-0135, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 9 pm EST, for assistance. This warranty applies only while this product is in use in the United States.
General Provisions
The above warranties are effective provided the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is operated at water
pressures not exceeding 125 psi, and at water temperatures not exceeding 100°F; provided further that the Reverse
Osmosis Drinking Water System is not subject to abuse, misuse, alteration, neglect, freezing, accident or negligence; and provided further that the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is not damaged as the result of any
unusual force of nature such as, but not limited to, flood, hurricane, tornado or earthquake.
Warrantor is excused if failure to perform its warranty obligations is the result of strikes, government regulation,
materials shortages, or other circumstances beyond its control.
*THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES ON THE REVERSE OSMOSIS DRINKING WATER SYSTEM BEYOND THOSE
SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED ABOVE. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE DISCLAIMED TO THE EXTENT
THEY MIGHT EXTEND BEYOND THE ABOVE PERIODS. THE SOLE OBLIGATION OF WARRANTOR UNDER
THESE WARRANTIES IS TO REPLACE OR REPAIR THE COMPONENT OR PART WHICH PROVES TO BE
DEFECTIVE WITHIN THE SPECIFIED TIME PERIOD, AND WARRANTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES. NO WARRANTOR DEALER, AGENT, REPRESENTATIVE, OR OTHER PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO EXTEND OR EXPAND THE WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY DESCRIBED ABOVE.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or exclusions or limitations of incidental
or consequential damage, so the limitations and exclusions in this warranty may not apply to you. This warranty
gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. This warranty applies
to consumer-owned installations only.
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Troubleshooting
Problem: Chlorine taste and/or odor in the RO product water.
Cause: The level of chlorine in your water supply
Correction:
exceeds maximum limits, and has
destroyed the Reverse Osmosis membrane.
Cause: The prefilter is no longer removing chlo- Correction:
rine from the water supply.
If the water supply contains more than 2.0 ppm of chlorine, additional filtering of the water supply to the Reverse Osmosis is needed.
Correct this condition before doing maintenance on the Reverse
Osmosis system.
Replace the prefilter, postfilter and Reverse Osmosis membrane
cartridges. See Page 20.
Problem: Other taste and/or odor.
Cause: Postfilter expended.
Correction:
Cause: Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge
expended.
Cause: Contamination in product water storage tank. Correction:
Cause: System contamination.
Correction:
Replace the post filter cartridge. If taste and odor persists, replace
the prefilter cartridge and Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge.
See Page 20.
Use sanitizing procedures. Replace pre and post filter cartridge. See
page 16.
Sanitize entire system. Call 1-866-986-3223 for instructions.
Problem: System makes product water too slowly.
Cause: Water supply to the Reverse Osmosis system not within specifications.
Correction:
Cause: Prefilter or Reverse Osmosis membrane Correction:
cartridges plugged with sediments.
Increase water pressure, precondition the water, etc., as needed to
conform before doing maintenance on the Reverse Osmosis system.
Replace the prefilter cartridge. If rate does not increase, replace the
postfilter cartridge and Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge. See
Page 20.
Problem: System makes lower amount of product water than usual.
Cause: Storage tank air-charge less than
5-7 psi.
Correction:
Open Reverse Osmosis faucet and drain tank until flow slows to a
drip. Keep faucet open and check tank pressure. If low, pressurize
to 6 psi. Close faucet to refill the tank.
Problem: High total dissolved solids (TDS) in product water
Cause: Water supply to the Reverse Osmosis system not within specifications.
Correction:
Increase water pressure, precondition the water, etc., as needed to
conform before doing maintenance on the Reverse Osmosis system.
Correction:
Send treated and untreated water samples to a water analysis lab
for testing. It is important to test both the treated and untreated
water to determine system performance. If the TDS is not within the
system’s performance guidelines, replace the prefilter, post filter and
RO membrane cartridges.
Problem: Continual water flow to drain and no product water.
Cause: Missing flow control insert in red drain tube
or its corresponding port.
Correction:
Replace flow control insert. See Page 21.
Problem: Faucet LED indicator light does not function after battery change.
Cause: Battery dead.
Correction:
Replace with new battery. See Page 12 or 18.
Cause: Battery installed incorrectly.
Correction:
Reinstall battery correctly. See Page 12 or 18.
Cause: Electronic faucet monitor cable not connect- Correction:
ed to RO system.
Plug cable into phone jack on RO manifold.
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Troubleshooting
Problem: Water leaking from faucet airgap hole.
Cause: Drain side of faucet airgap (3/8” black tubing) plugged, restricted or incorrectly connected to drain point.
Correction:
Inspect and eliminate restriction or plug. Refer to installation instructions for proper drain connection. See Page 8 and 9.
Problem: Water leaks at push connect fittings
Cause: Tubing not cut square.
Correction:
Cut tubing square. See Page 14 and 15.
Cause: Tubing not pushed in all the way.
Correction:
Push tubing in all the way. See page 14 and 15.
Cause: Tubing nicked.
Correction:
Remove tube from connection. Remove nicked portion by cutting
tube to shorter length. Re-insert in connection. See page 14 and 15.
Cause: Outer tubing surface finish not smooth.
Correction:
Remove tube from connection. Remove problem area by cutting
tube to shorter length. Re-insert in connection. See Page 14 and
15.
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Exploded View
1
23
2
3
4
6
5
7
8
Manifold Housing
Push-In Fittings
9
o-ring seal
10
collet
11
24
22
12
13
14
21
25
1/4” red
tubing
20
16
15
19
18
17
26
Parts List
Key No.
Part No.
Description
1
7273337
Screw (6 req’d)
2
7281330
Washer (4 req’d)
3
7273345
Automatic Shut-off Cover
4
7272658
Check Valve
5
7115432
O-ring (2 req’d)
6
7250876
Diaphragm Kit
7
7234325
Plunger & Spacer Ring Kit
8
7272593
Cover, PWA (order decal below)
9
7272608
Decal, PWA Cover
7280156
Rep’l PWA (includes screws)
10
7280164
Paddlewheel Cover (includes screws)
11
7234210
Paddlewheel & O-Ring Kit
12
9041700
Hanger Washer (2 req’d)
13
9006062
Screw (2 req’d)
14
7275185
Flow (Control) Insert
15
7287506
Pre & Post Filter Cartridge (contains one of each)
16
7287514
RO Membrane Cartridge
17
7227310
Tee, Feed Adaptor
18
7208489
Drain Adaptor
19
7256018
Storage Tank
20
7207938
Connector, 1/4 NPT x 3/8 Tube
21
7261500
Electronic Monitor Kit, Chrome
22
WHEFCHR
23
7272755
Cover (order decal below)
24
7287548
Decal, Cover
7281005
Push-in Fitting Kit, 1/4” 25
7281013
Push-in Fitting Kit, 3/8” 7161823
Tubing, 1/4” x 20’ - white 7161784
Tubing, 1/4” x 100’ - white 7157280
Tubing, 3/8” x 20’ - white 7161750
7273557
Tubing, 3/8” x 100’ - white Tube Bend - 5/16”
7273565
Tube Bend - 3/8”
Faucet, Chrome
These o-rings and collets are for replacement in the manifold housing only. They do not fit the other push-in fitting on Key No. 20.
Not included.
Tubing lengths for remote installations, direct replacement for colored lengths of tubing.
Not illustrated.
NOTE: Codes in the state of Massachusetts require installation by a licensed plumber and do not
permit the use of saddle valves.
To order replacement parts call toll free 1-800-972-0135, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 9 pm EST.
Manufactured and warranted by
North Star Water Conditioning
1890 Woodlane Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125
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Notes
28
Notes
29
Notes
30
Notes
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- PARTS RETURN TAGS If you have a defective part or assembly under warranty, please fill in a parts return tag. Cut out the
tag and include it with the defective part when you return it to the place where you purchased the
unit.
PARTS RETURN TAG
PARTS RETURN TAG
CUSTOMER’S NAME
CUSTOMER’S NAME
STREET ADDRESS
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
REVERSE OSMOSIS MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
REVERSE OSMOSIS MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
DATE PURCHASED
DATE PART FAILED
DATE PURCHASED
DATE PART FAILED
NORTH STAR WATER CONDITIONING
1890 WOODLANE DRIVE
WOODBURY, MN 55125
NORTH STAR WATER CONDITIONING
1890 WOODLANE DRIVE
WOODBURY, MN 55125
PARTS RETURN TAG
PARTS RETURN TAG
CUSTOMER’S NAME
CUSTOMER’S NAME
STREET ADDRESS
STREET ADDRESS
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
CITY
STATE
ZIP CODE
REVERSE OSMOSIS MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
REVERSE OSMOSIS MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
DATE PURCHASED
DATE PART FAILED
DATE PURCHASED
DATE PART FAILED
NORTH STAR WATER CONDITIONING
1890 WOODLANE DRIVE
WOODBURY, MN 55125
NORTH STAR WATER CONDITIONING
1890 WOODLANE DRIVE
WOODBURY, MN 55125
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