Express Water WH100SP Anti Scale Whole House Water Filter Home Filtration System includes Pressure Gauge, Easy Release, and 1 Connections Use and Care Manual

Express Water WH100SP Anti Scale Whole House Water Filter Home Filtration System includes Pressure Gauge, Easy Release, and 1 Connections Use and Care Manual
Whole House System
Filter Change
1 Stage Whole House
Replacment Filters
Filter Housing Wrench
Cleaning Gloves
Filter Change Instructions
Each filter is good for approximately 6 months or up to 100,000 gallons of water. The amount of
time and water depends on the quality, temperature, and pressure of your water supply. Your
replacement cycle may be longer or shorter because of this.
If you notice a drop in your water pressure in your home or on the pressure gauges, this usually
indicates you are ready for a filter replacement. Once your pressure has dropped 10-20 PSI from
your initial pressure we suggest replacing your filters.
Tools Needed:
Replacement Filters
Filter Housing Wrench
Silicone Lubricant
Cleaning Gloves
1. Turn Off Water Supply
First, turn off water supply to the system. Open the nearest faucet until
flow stops to depressurize your plumbing. Shut off the faucet once flow
has stoped.
2. Press the red pressure button
Prepare for water discharge from system then press the red
pressure release button.
Use your Filter Housing Wrench to unscrew the housings from
your system.
Remove the old filter and throw it away. Drain any remaining
water from the housing.
3. Filter Cleaning
We recommend cleaning your filter housing once a year. To do this scrub the
inside of the housing and the inside of the top manifold with one gallon of
warm water mixed with 1 tablespoon of household bleach. Make sure to
protect your hands during cleaning. Rinse all parts with water until all traces
of bleach are gone.
Note! Do not add bleach directly to any part of the system
4. Reattaching Housing
Your o-ring may come loose during the housing removal. If it doesn’t carefully
remove it from the housing and apply your silicone lubricant to the o-ring,
before setting it back in place.
Apply lubricant to the threads of the filter housing.
5. Align New Filter
Insert the new filter facing the correct direction. The carbon, KDF, or PHO filters will need to
have their o-ring facing the top of the system.
Make sure your filter is correctly aligned. Support the base of the housing and insert it back
into the top manifold. Then tighten the housing by hand.
Once the housing is hand tight, use your filter housing wrench to give a slight additional
turn. You should only need a fourth turn or a half turn with the wrench, be careful not to
6. System Start-up
Once your filter has been replaced and your housing is in place you are ready to turn
on water supply to the system.
Check for leaks as the system fills with water.
If you discover a leak turn the water off, inspect your connection points and o-rings,
retighten and try again.
7. Readying New Filters
Flush your new filters by turning on cold water from the closest faucet.
The water will become blackish as loose carbon particles are flushed out of the system. The water may also appear cloudy
as air bubbles are pushed out of the system and your pipes. This is perfectly normal. Run the water until it becomes clear,
then run for 5 additional minutes before turning the faucet off.
Wait 30 minutes, then run the cold water again for 10 minutes. Your system is now ready to use!
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