Remove the filter elements and parts
from their protective packaging, checking
each item against the diagram.
Rinse all parts in hot
water and dry (NOT the filters themselves
- they don't need cleaning). Keep everything
clean as you assemble (wash hands).
the knob (1) onto the lid (2) by inserting
the screw (3) up through the hole in
the lid and screwing on the knob. Hand
tighten only. (only
on the SS4)
the large sealing washer (10) over the
threaded part of the element (5).
the element (5) into the hole in the
base of the upper chamber (4).
Secure element in the
chamber base by screwing on the wing
nut (11) onto the threaded mount. Reach
inside of the upper chamber, and while
holding the filters plastic base (DO
NOT HOLD THE CERAMIC FILTER - JUST THE
BASE), screw the wingnut snug.
5) Repeat #3
& #4 until all elements have been
one small washer (8) onto the threaded
part of the outlet spigot (7).
Insert thread of spigot
(7) through hole in the side of the
lower chamber (6). Place the second
small washer (8) over the thread within
the chamber and secure in place with
the nut (9). Tighten securely by hand
the upper chamber (4) onto the lower
chamber (6) and place lid (2) in position.
on the LP5)
Place assembled unit on top of the base
that you use double-stick or an adhesive
to hold the base unit securely onto
the lower chamber so it doesn't accidently
get knocked off.
Ensure that the
spigot (7) is in the "OFF" position.
Fill upper chamber
(4) fully with room temperature or warm
water and cover with lid (2).
Allow all water to
gravity filter into lower chamber. Open
the spigot to allow all water to run
Do this 4 or 5 times to completly season
the filters. System will be slow at
first, then speed up as filters are
After proper seasoning,
your water purifier is ready to use.