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Model # HDGMBS4
USE AND CARE GUIDE
ULTIMATE DEFENSE DRINKING WATER FILTRATION
SYSTEM
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call Glacier Bay Customer Service
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System tested and certified by NSF International
against NSF/ANSI Standards 42 & 53.
See performance data sheet for details.
System tested and certified by WQA against
NSF/ANSI Standards 42, 53 and USEPA
microbiological guide for the reduction of the
claims specified on the performance data sheet.
NSF
®
C
USA
201-8401420 (rev 00)
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Table of Contents
Safety Information .................................2
Warranty .................................................2
Pre-Installation ......................................3
Installation .............................................6
Filter Cartridges .................................... 8
Faucet Timer and Battery ..................... 9
Troubleshooting .................................. 10
Service Parts ....................................... 10
Safety Information
WARNING:: Do not use for the treatment of water
that is visually contaminated (cloudy) or has an
obvious contamination source, such as
contamination by raw sewage.
Read all instructions before installing and using your
home water filtration system. Follow all steps
exactly to correctly install. Reading this manual will
also help you to get all the benefits from the
filtration system.
CAUTION:: Do not install the filtration system
outside, or in extreme hot or cold temperatures.
Temperature of the water supply to the filtration
system must be between 40°F and 100°F. Do not
install on a hot water line.
All plumbing must be completed in accordance with
national, state and local plumbing codes. Local code
information can be obtained at your local public
works department. In Massachusetts, plumbing
code 248 CMR 3.00 and 10.00 shall be adhered to.
Consult with your licensed plumber.
NOTICE:: This filtration system works on water pressures of 40
psi (minimum) to 100 psi (maximum). If your house water
pressure is over the maximum, install a pressure reducing valve
in the water supply pipe to the filtration system.
WARNING:: Do not use with water that is
microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality
without adequate disinfection before or after the
system.
NOTICE:: Commonwealth of Massachusetts plumbing codes
do not permit the use of saddle valves and require installation by
a licensed plumber. Comply with plumbing code 248-CMR for
installations in the state of Massachusetts. Please consult your
local plumber.
Warranty
GLACIER BAY WATER FILTRATION
FILTRATION SYSTEMS - WARRANTY
Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems are manufactured under the highest standards of quality and workmanship.
Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems warrants to the original purchaser that this system will be leak and drip free
during normal domestic use for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase. If this system should ever develop a
leak or drip Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems will free of charge provide the parts necessary to put the system
back in good working condition. A replacement for any defective part will be supplied free of charge for installation
by the purchaser. Defects or damage caused by use of other than authorized parts are not covered by this warranty.
This warranty shall be effective from date of purchase as shown on purchaser’s receipt. Glacier Bay Water Filtration
Systems shall be installed per the manufacturer’s installation instructions and specifications. Some states do not
allow limitations on how long a warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. This warranty is valid
for the original purchaser only and excludes industrial, commercial, or business use of the product, product misuse,
and product damage due to installation error, whether performed by a contractor, service company, or yourself.
Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems will not be responsible for labor charges or for damage incurred during
installation, repair or replacement, nor for incidental or consequential damages. Some states, provinces and nations
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions or
limitations may not apply to you. Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems will advise you of the procedure to follow in
making warranty claims.
Simply write to Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems at the address below. Explain the defect and include proof of
purchase and you name, address and telephone number or you can also call us at 1-800-247-1087.
U.S.A
Canada
Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems
Glacier Bay Water Filtration Systems
2455 Paces Ferry Road, N.W.
900-1 Concorde Gate
Atlanta, GA 30339-4024
Toronto, ON M3C 4H9
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Pre-Installation
ABOUT THIS FILTRATION
FILTRATION SYSTEM
The Ultimate Defense Drinking Water Filtration System uses a dual filter configuration to remove undesirable
elements in your water. These elements may include chlorine taste and odor, particulates, lead, virus, bacteria,
cysts, and many organic compounds. At the same time, the system allows the minerals found in water to remain, for
great tasting water. The filters in this system are designed to stop the flow of water when their capability to protect
the user has been exhausted.
A performance data sheet is included listing what the system will reduce from the water supply. See the
performance data sheet for individual contaminants and microbial reduction performance.
INSTALLATION LOCATION
LOCATION
The drinking water system fits under the kitchen or bathroom sink. However, you can install it where it is most
convenient. You need a COLD water supply pipe within a few feet (6 feet of tubing is included). You can purchase
longer lengths of tubing if needed to reach more distant points. Be sure tubing is acceptable for use on potable
water supplies.
Filtered
water faucet
Blue tube
WATER OUT
SINK
Supply
fitting
Yellow tube
WATER IN
HOT COLD
Shutoff
valve
DIMENSIONS
17 5/8 in.
12 in.
15 1/4 in.
4 7/8 in.
SPECIFICATIONS
Minimum – Maximum Supply Water Pressure
Minimum – Maximum Supply Water Temperature
Inlet – Outlet
Maximum Supply Water Iron, Manganese, and Hydrogen
Sulfide
40 – 100 PSI (276 – 689 kPa)
40 - 100°F (5 - 38°C)
3/8 in. quick connect fittings and tubing included
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Pre-Installation (continued)
TOOLS REQUIRED
Phillips
screwdriver
Adjustable
wrench
Pliers
Tubing
cutter
Drill and 1-1/4
in. drill bit
Sealant tape
PACKAGE CONTENTS
D
A
E
C
B
Part
A
B
C
D
E
Description
Filtration system
Feed adapter (water supply fitting)
Filtered water faucet for sink/countertop mounting
3/8 in. color-coded tubing (used for all connections)
Filter cartridge
5
Quantity
1
1
1
2
2
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Installation
1
Connecting
Connecting the feed water
supply fitting
NOTICE:: Commonwealth of Massachusetts plumbing codes
do not permit the use of saddle valves and
require installation by a licensed plumber. Comply with
plumbing code 248-CMR for installations in the
state of Massachusetts. Please consult your local plumber.
Check and comply with local plumbing codes as you
plan and install a cold feed (supply) water fitting. The
fitting must provide a leak-tight connection to the
water filter 3/8 in. tubing (D). A typical connection
using the water supply fitting (B) is shown in Figure A.
An optional connection using standard plumbing
fittings (not included) is shown in Figure B.
Installation using the Fitting (Figure A):
□ Close the cold water shut off valve that is
immediately upstream of where you will install
the feed water supply fitting. Open the faucet to
drain water from the sink cold water pipe.
□ Remove the nut that connects the cold water
faucet to cold water plumbing.
□ Thread the water supply fitting (B) onto the pipe
and reconnect the nut to the bottom of the fitting.
Installation using Optional Pipe Fittings (compression
type shown – Figure B):
□ Close the cold water shut off valve that is
immediately upstream of where you will install
the feed water supply fitting. Open the faucet to
drain water from the sink cold water pipe.
□ Install a fitting on the cold water pipe to adapt to
the 3/8 in. OD tubing.
□ If threaded fittings are used, be sure to use pipe
joint compound or thread sealing tape on outside
threads.
Cold water
faucet stud
B
Thread sealing
tape on threads
D
Cold water
pipe
Figure A
Cold water
shutoff
Cold water
shutoff
3/8 in.
Compression
fitting
Cold water
pipe
Figure B
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Insert
3/8 in. tubing
to Water Filter
inlet
Ferrule
Installation (continued)
2
Installing the faucet
IMPORTANT:: To avoid damaging the sink, consult a
qualified plumber or installer for drilling procedures in
porcelain or stainless steel. Special drill bits are made for
this.
C
Before you begin, ensure there is room underneath
the sink or countertop so you can make the needed
connections. If drilling is required in the sink top or
countertop next to the sink, make a 1-1/4 in. dia.
(minimum) hole for the faucet (C).
□ Insert one end of the blue tube into the faucet (C)
(see Step 3 – Connecting the tubes). Feed the
other end of the blue tube through the mounting
hole.
□ Slide the toggle bolts through the mounting hole
until the faucet (C) base is square against the
mounting surface (sink or countertop). Tighten the
toggle bolts to secure the base flat on the
mounting surface. Do not over-tighten.
□ Turn the faucet (C) 1/4 clockwise to attach the
faucet (C) to the base.
3
1/4 turn to connect
faucet to base
Screw
Toggle bolt
Faucet base
Rubber washer
Hole in sink
or counter
Connecting the tubes
Push in fitting
Remove and discard the protective foam plugs (if
present) before connecting tubes.
□ Allowing some slack, measure and cut a length of
3/8 in. tubing (D) to connect between the supply
fitting and the filter system inlet. Cut the ends of
the tubing square.
□ Insert tubing all the way into the supply fitting
and inlet fitting. Pull on the tubing to be sure that
it is securely set in the fittings.
□ Repeat the first two bullets to connect the tubing
from the faucet to the filter system outlet.
Tubing Connection
Connection (all pushpush -in fittings):
fittings):
This system includes push-in fittings for quick tubing
connections. If working with the fittings, do the
following:
□ Cut the end of the tubing square. Inspect the end
(about 1 in.) of the tubing to be sure there are no
nicks, scratches or other rough spots. If needed,
cut the tubing again.
□ Push tubing through the collet and through the
fitting. Full engagement is 3/4 in. length of tube
into the fitting. If tubing other than supplied with
the system is used, be sure it is of high quality,
exact size and roundness with a smooth surface.
Foam plug
Remove and discard foam plugs
Tubing correctly cut and connected
End of tubing round and smooth,
with no cuts, nicks or flat spots
Correct full 3/4 in. engagement
Incorrect partial engagement
To disconnect, push the collet inward and
hold with a finger while pushing the tubing out:
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Installation (continued)
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5
Installing the filter cartridges
□ Remove the plastic cap from the filter cartridges (E).
□ Install the filter cartridges (E) into the two holes in
the filter body. Note the filter cartridges are labeled
Filter 1 and Filter 2. Turn clockwise to tighten. Do
not over tighten.
E
A
Completing the installation
□ Open the shutoff valve that you closed at the
beginning of this installation.
□ Open the filtered water faucet (C) to purge air
from the system. When the water runs smooth
with no bubbles or spurting close the faucet
(C) and check the installation for leaks.
□ Open the filtered water faucet (C) and let
water run for 10 minutes to rinse system.
Filter Cartridges
FILTER CARTRIDGE LIFE
LIFE
Lead, Chlorine Taste and Odor, and Purifying Filter Cartridges: Lead, chlorine taste and odor, and purifying filter
cartridges contain activated carbon. When new, open the filtered water faucet and allow fine, carbon particles to
purge from the cartridges. Flush for 10 minutes. It is recommended to replace filter cartridges every six months or
350 gallons of use. There are several variables that determine how long a cartridge will last. These include:
1. How much water you use, and
2. How much sediment, taste and/or odor, or other unwanted substance, is in the water.
Use the following information as a guide. However, no matter which type of filter cartridge you are using, you will
know it is time to replace it when you first notice the return of the unwanted substance in your water.
Glacier Bay Ultimate Defense Water Filtration System model HDGMBS4 with replacement elements HDGMBF4
conforms to NSF/ANSI 42 and 53 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data. The
rated capacity for this system is 350 gallons (1325 liters) at a rated service flow of 0.74 gallons per minute.
State of Wisconsin Required Statement: Do not use in Wisconsin with water that is microbiologically unsafe, or of
unknown quality, without adequate point of entry (i.e. whole house) disinfection before this device.
FILTER CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
REPLACEMENT
1.
Turn the filter cartridges counterclockwise to remove and dispose of them properly.
2.
Install the new filter cartridges by turning them clockwise.
3.
Remove and replace the timer battery. See the Changing the Faucet Battery section for more information.
Lead, Chlorine Taste and Odor, and Purifying Filter Cartridges: Lead, chlorine taste and odor, and purifying filter
cartridges contain activated carbon. When new, open the filtered water faucet and allow fine, carbon particles to
purge from the cartridges. Flush for 10 minutes.
Turn filter cartridge
clockwise to install
Turn filter cartridge
counterclockwise to remove
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Faucet Timer and Battery
FAUCET TIMER
Inside the faucet base is a battery-operated 6 month timer.
An amber LED indicator is also located in the front of the faucet base. This LED flashes continuously after 6 months
have passed. This indicates that it is time to replace the battery and filters.
CHANGING THE FAUCET BATTERY
To change the battery, complete the following steps:
1.
Loosen the screw on the right side of the faucet base.
2.
Press the battery housing upwards from the faucet base until it releases from the base.
3.
Replace the battery (CR 2032 or equivalent). Place battery into the holder with the positive (+) side
facing the back of the holder.
4.
When the battery is first replaced, the light in the base will flash six times and turn off. This indicates
the battery is fully charged. After the six flashes, the timer enters the 6 month time cycle. If it
repeatedly flashes two times, the battery is weak and needs to be replaced.
5.
Re-install the battery housing and firmly tighten the mounting screw.
Battery housing
Battery
negative (-) side
facing the front
Screw
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Troubleshooting
Problem
There is either no or a decreased
water flow.
The water tastes bad and has an
odor.
Probable Cause
The prefilter is clogged.
Flow through the purifying filter will
decrease and eventually clog when
exposed to an excess of
microbiological loading materials in
the water. This failsafe feature
reduces the chance of product use
beyond its intended life, and will
shut down the filter when it is
exposed to contaminated water.
The filters are expended.
The system is contaminated.
Faucet LED indicator light does not
function after a battery change.
The battery is dead.
The battery is not installed correctly.
Water leaks at the push connect
fittings.
The tubing is not pushed in all the
way.
The tubing is not cut square.
The tubing is nicked.
The outer tubing surface is not
smooth.
Solution
Replace the prefilter cartridge.
Replace all filter cartridges.
Replace the filter cartridges.
Sanitize the system. Call 1-800-2471087 for instructions.
Replace the battery.
Install the battery correctly, paying
attention to the polarity.
Push tubing in all the way into
fittings.
Cut the tubing square.
Remove the nicked portion and
reinsert the tubing into the fitting.
Remove the rough portion, and
reinsert the tubing into the fitting.
Service Parts
Key
Number
1
Part Number
Description
119-8600048
2
3
1073-24-01
1073-23-HC
4
**
1073-23-05
7157280
Faucet with base and
electronics
Cabinet, left
Head assembly
(includes #5)
Elbow fitting
Tubing, 3/8 in. x 20
ft., white
Key
Number
5
Part Number
Description
3/8 x 3/8 in. coupler
6
7
1073-24-02
HDGMBF4/HCGMBF5
8
9
7228536
1073-22-09
Cabinet, right
Replacement filter
cartridge, 2-pack*
Tee, feed adapter
3/8 x 3/8 in. union,
yellow
*Please purchase replacement cartridges from the retailer where you purchased this system.
**This tubing is not included. Tubing lengths for remote installation, direct replacement for colored lengths of tubing.
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call Glacier Bay Customer Service
7 a.m. - 6 p.m., CST, Monday-Friday
1- 800800- 247247 -1087
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Manufactured by
Ecodyne Water Systems
1890 Woodlane Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125
Performance Data Sheet
Model HDGMBS4 Purification System
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Read this Performance Data Sheet and compare the capabilities of this unit with your actual water treatment needs. It is
recommended that, before purchasing a water treatment unit, you have your water supply tested to determine your actual water treatment needs. This
filter system is designed to be used for the reduction of the performance claims listed below. Do not use for the treatment of water that is visually
contaminated (cloudy) or has an obvious contamination source, such as contamination by raw sewage. Systems certified for cyst reduction may be
used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts. While testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions, actual performance of
the system may vary based on local water conditions. Some or all of the contaminants reduced by this unit may not be in your water supply. See
Installation and Operation Manual for further instructions on filter cartridge replacement, system installation, operating procedures, and
warranty. The maintenance instructions must be followed for the product to perform as indicated below.
Performance Claims
Contaminant
Lead @ pH 6.5
Lead @ pH 8.5
Substance
Chlorine Taste, and Odor
Particulate, Class I (0.5 to <1 micron) 5
VOC Reduction6
Chloroform
Required
Influent
Level
(µg/L)2
150  10%
150  10%
NSF Max.
Permissible
Eff. Level
(µg/L)2
10
10
Average
Influent
Level
(µg/L)2
150
140
Avg. / Max.
Effluent
Level
(µg/L)2
1/1
1/1
Avg. / Min.
Percent
Removal
99.3 / 99.3
99.3 / 99.3
EPA1
MCL
(µg/L)2
15
15
2000  10%
10,000 5
50%3
85%3
1900
6,000,000 5
50 / 50
5,567/28,000 5
97.4 / 97.2
99.9/99.6
None4
None4
300  10%
95%
300
0.5 / 0.5
99.8 / 99.7
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1
EPA MCL means Environmental Protection Agency Maximum Contaminant Level as required under the Safe Drinking Water Act.
µg/L means Micrograms Per Liter, which is equivalent to parts per billion (PPB).
3
NSF minimum percent reduction requirement. Acceptance level for this substance is based on percent reduction rather than maximum effluent concentration.
4
The EPA has not determined an MCL for this chemical. 5 Particulate Class I reported in particles per milliliter or mL
6
Chloroform was used as a surrogate for the reduction of chemicals specified in the Organic Chemicals Reduced by Chloroform Surrogate Testing table.
2
This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42/53 for reduction of the substances listed. The concentration of the indicated substances in water
entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 42/53.
Organic Chemicals Reduced by Chloroform Surrogate Testing
Contaminant
Alachlor
Atrazine
Benzene
Carbofuran
Carbon Tetrachloride
Chlorobenzene
Chloropicrin
2,4-D
Dibromochloropropane (DBCP)
o-Dichlorobenzene
p-Dichlorobenzene
1,2-Dichloroethane
1,1-Dichloroethylene
cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
trans-1,2-Dichloroethylene
1,2-Dichloropropane
cis-1,3-Dichloropropylene
Dinoseb
Endrin
Ethylbenzene
Ethylene Dibromide (EDB)
Haloacetonitriles (HAN):
Bromochloroacetonitrile
Dibromoacetonitrile
Dichloroacetonitrile
Trichloroacetonitrile
Average1
Influent
(g/L)2
50
100
81
190
78
77
15
110
52
80
40
88
83
170
86
80
79
170
53
88
44
Maximum
Effluent
(g/L)2
1.03
3.03
1.03
1.03
1.84
1.03
0.24
1.74
0.023
1.03
1.03
4.85
1.03
0.53
1.03
1.03
1.03
0.24
0.594
1.03
0.023
Percent
Removal
>98
>97
99
>99
98
99
99
98
>99
99
98
955
99
>99
99
99
99
99
99
99
>99
EPA
MCL
(g/L)2
2.0
3.0
5.0
40
5.0
100
NA
70
0.2
600
75
5.0
7.0
70
100
5.0
NA
7.0
2.0
700
0.05
22
24
9.6
15
0.54
0.64
0.24
0.34
98
98
98
98
NA
NA
NA
NA
Contaminant
Haloketones (HK):
1,1-dichloro-2-propanone
1,1,1-trichloro-2-propanone
Heptachlor
Heptachlor Epoxide
Hexachlorobutadiene
Hexachlorocyclopentadiene
Lindane
Methoxychlor
Pentachlorophenol
Simazine
Styrene
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
Tetrachloroethylene
Toluene
2,4,5-TP (silvex)
Tribromoacetic acid
1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene
1,1,1-Trichloroethane
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
Trichloroethylene
Trihalomethanes (includes):
Chloroform (surrogate chemical)
Bromoform
Bromodichloromethane
Chlorodibromomethane
Xylenes (total)
Average1
Influent
(g/L)2
Maximum
Effluent
(g/L)2
Percent
Removal
EPA
MCL
(g/L)2
7.2
8.26
25
10.76
44
60
55
50
96
120
150
81
81
78
270
42
160
84
150
180
300
0.14
0.34
0.013
0.26
1.03
0.0023
0.013
0.13
1.03
4.03
0.53
1.03
1.03
1.03
1.63
1.03
0.53
4.64
0.53
1.03
15
99
96
>99
98
98
>99
>99
>99
99
97
>99
99
99
99
99
98
>99
95
>99
>99
95
NA
NA
0.4
0.2
NA
50
0.2
40
1.0
4.0
100
NA
5.0
1,000
50
NA
70
200
5.0
5.0
80
70
1.03
99
10,000
Influent challenge levels are average influent concentrations determined in surrogate qualification testing. g/L means Micrograms per Liter.
Maximum product water level was not observed but was set at the detection limit of the analysis. 4 Maximum product level is set at a value determined in surrogate qualification testing.
5
Chemical reduction percent and maximum product water level calculated at chloroform 95% breakthrough point as determined in surrogate qualification testing.
6
The surrogate test results for heptachlor Epoxide demonstrated a 98% reduction. These data were used to calculate an upper occurrence concentration, which would produce a maximum
product water level at the MCL.
1
2
3
Cyst, virus, and bacteria reduction tested by BioVir Labs in accordance with the EPA and State of
California Department of Public Health test protocol.
Substance
Cyst
Virus
Bacteria
Log Reduction
3.5
4
6
% Reduction
99.95%
99.99%
99.9999%
11/21/14 (Rev. 01
201-8401912
General Information
.
This system improves the taste and odor and reduces many chemical
contaminants in drinking water. This system has been tested
according to NSF/ANSI 42 and 53 for the reduction of the
substances listed on the previous page. The concentration of the
indicated substances in water entering the system was reduced to a
concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water
leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 42 and 53. The
testing was performed using spiked tap water at a flow rate of 0.74
GPM (2.8 L/min.), pH of 7.5  0.5, pressure of 60 PSIG, and
temperature of 68  5F.
Installation Requirements
Pressure Range ........................................... 40-100 psig (276-689kPa)
Temperature Range ................................................ 40-100F (4-38C)
Service Flow Rate (maximum) ........................... 0.74 GPM (2.8 LPM)
Service Life ................................................. 350 Gallons (1325 Liters)
The filter element contains activated carbon. After the new filter is
installed, flush water through to allow fine, harmless carbon
particles to purge from the filter, until the “fines” in the filtered
water are no longer visible, or approximately 10 minutes.
System tested and certified by NSF
International against NSF/ASNI Standard
42 and 53 for Chlorine Taste and Odor,
VOC, Lead, Class I Particulate and for
Material Requirements.
Tested and certified by WQA against
NSF/ANSI standard 42, 53, and USEPA
microbiological guide for the reduction of
the claims specified in this document.
Installation and Maintenance
All plumbing should be done in accordance with local codes and
requirements. This system should be installed on a cold water supply
only. In Massachusetts, plumbing codes CMR-248 3.00 and 10.00
shall be adhered to. Consult with your licensed plumber. Filter should
be replaced every 350 gallons or six months, whichever comes first.
For replacement elements, call 1-800-247-1087 or contact your nearest
The Home Depot’s store. Replacement filter prices will vary. Current
pricing for the replacement filters HDGMBF4 is approximately $50 to
$75.
Manufactured and warranted by:
Ecodyne Water Systems
1890 Woodlane Drive
Woodbury, MN 55125
FOR IOWA ONLY
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Date
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Seller’s Phone #
Product: GLACIER BAY Drinking Water Filter Model HDGMBS4
11/21/14 (Rev. 01)
201-8401912
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