1 ge.com Reverse Osmosis Filtration System Safety Instructions Safety Instructions Specification Guidelines Installation Instructions Before Beginning Installation Drain Connections Faucet Drain Tubing and Water Supply Tubing Faucet Installation Feed Water Supply , 7 System Assembly Things to Check Before Installation Tools and Materials Required Care and Cleaning Prefilter, Postfilter and RO Cartridge Replacement...11, 12 Sanitization Water Test Kit Operating Instructions About the RO System , 15 Troubleshooting Tips Consumer Support Consumer Support.....Back Cover Parts List/Catalog , 18 Warranty GXRM10GBL is Tested and Certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 58. See Performance Data Sheet for specific claims. Write the model and serial numbers here: Model # Serial # Owner s Manual and Installation GXRM10GBL Osmose Inversée Système de Filtration Manuel d utilisation et d installation La section française commence à la page 21 Ósmosis Inversa Sistema de Filtración Manual del propietario y instalación La sección en español empieza en la página 41 You can find them on the bracket R D 215C1044P JR
2 Consumer Support Troubleshooting Tips Installation Instructions Operating Instructions Safety Instructions IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. 2 WARNING! SAFETY PRECAUTIONS For your safety, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of property damage or personal injury. Check with your state and local public works department for plumbing and sanitation codes. You must follow these guidelines as you install the Reverse Osmosis system. Using a qualified installer is recommended. If house water pressure is over the maximum (125 pounds per square inch), install a pressure reducing valve in the water supply line to the Reverse Osmosis system. Be sure the water supply conforms with the Specification Guidelines. If the water supply conditions are unknown, contact your municipal water company or your local health department for a list of contaminants in your area and a list of laboratories certified by your state to analyze drinking water. WARNING: Before using the Reverse Osmosis system for the first time, the system must be purged. The Reverse Osmosis cartridge contains a food grade preservative that must be purged from the system. The preservative will give product water an unpleasant taste and odor. This product reduces fluoride in drinking water. Please consult your dentist if you have questions. WARNING: Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality Installation Instructions before it is used. Install or store where it will not be exposed to temperatures below freezing or exposed to any type of weather. Water freezing in the system will damage it. Do not attempt to treat water over 100 F. Do not install on HOT WATER. The temperature of the water supply to the Reverse Osmosis system must be between the minimum of 40 F and the maximum of 100 F. See the Specification Guidelines. Extended non-use of the Reverse Osmosis system. If the system has not been used for one week or more, open the RO water faucet and allow the system to drain. Close the RO water faucet and allow the system to regenerate the water supply. Recommended installation is under the sink. However, the unit can be installed in a remote location, up to 20 feet away from the sink. Additional installation materials may be required. If Reverse Osmosis system is connected to a refrigerator icemaker, a special icemaker connection kit is required (RVKIT). Do not use copper tubing for the connection between the Reverse Osmosis system and the refrigerator. without adequate disinfection before the system. Systems certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts. This system has been tested for the treatment of water containing pentavalent arsenic (also known as As(V), As(+5) or arsenate) at concentrations of mg/l or less. This system reduces pentavalent arsenic, but may not remove other forms of arsenic. This system is to be used on water supplies containing a detectable free chlorine residual or on water supplies that have been demonstrated to contain only pentavalent arsenic. Treatment with chloramine (combined chlorine) is not sufficient to ensure complete conversion of trivalent arsenic to pentavalent arsenic. Please see the Arsenic Facts section of the Performance Data Sheet for further information. This Reverse Osmosis system contains a replaceable treatment membrane cartridge critical for effective reduction of Total Dissolved Solids. The water should be tested periodically to verify that the system is performing satisfactorily. See the About the Water Test Kit section. This system is acceptable for treatment of influent concentrations of no more than 27 mg/l nitrate and 3 mg/l nitrite in combination measured as N and is certified for nitrate/nitrite reduction only for water supplies with a pressure of 280kPa (40 psig) or greater. PROPER INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE This Reverse Osmosis system must be properly installed and located in accordance with the WARNING: Discard all unused parts and packaging material after installation. Small parts remaining after the installation could be a choke hazard. Sanitize upon installation of the Reverse Osmosis system and after servicing inner parts, including replacement of prefilter, postfilter and Reverse Osmosis cartridge. It is important to have clean hands while handling inner parts of the system. See the Sanitizing the Reverse Osmosis System section. 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 reduction performance. See Automatic Shutoff Valve section on page 14. BE SURE TO FOLLOW ALL APPLICABLE STATE AND LOCAL CODES. READ AND FOLLOW THIS SAFETY INFORMATION CAREFULLY. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
3 Incoming Water ph Specification guidelines. Product height 15 width 14 depth 5.5 The system makes a good supply of drinking water each day. How much it will make depends primarily on these things Feed water pressure limits pounds per square inch (psi) c Feed water temperature limits minimum/maximum degrees F Maximum Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) parts per million (ppm) Maximum water 6.9 ph recommended to optimize membrane life grains per gallon (gpg) For water with hardness greater than 10 grains (at 6.9 ph) the use of a softener is recommended. Failure to install a water softener will reduce the life of the Reverse Osmosis membrane. See chart for additional information on the possible need for a water softener. Maximum iron, manganese, hydrogen sulfide (ppm) < Water Softener not required ge.com WATER SOFTENER RECOMMENDED INCOMING WATER HARDNESS (GPG) Chlorine in water supply ppm maximum allowable b Feed water ph limits (ph) Product (quality) water, 24 hours gallons a Percent rejection of TDS (new membrane) % a Cyst reduction % Storage tank capacity gallons d Efficiency rating % e Recovery rating % f Automatic shutoff control yes Prefilter and postfilter (fx12p) Carbon Block Reverse Osmosis membrane (fx12m) Thin Film Polyamide Dimensions (inches) height 15 width 14 depth 5.5 a. Tested according to NSF/ANSI Standard 58. Source water test parameters are 50 psig, 77 F, ph of 7.5 ± 0.5, and 750 ± 40 ppm total dissolved solids. b. Removed by the Reverse Osmosis prefilter. REGULAR MAINTENANCE IS REQUIRED. Chlorine will destroy the Reverse Osmosis membrane. c. If house water pressure is over 125 psi, install a pressure reducing valve in the water supply line. If house water pressure is under 40 psi, install a Reverse Osmosis booster pump (contact your local plumbing supply company). d. Theoretical tank capacity. When tested according to NSF/ANSI Standard 58 at 50 psig inlet pressure, tank capacity is 2.3 gallons. e. 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. f. Recovery rating means the percentage of 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 Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips Consumer Support
4 Installation Instructions Reverse Osmosis Filtration System Model GXRM10GBL Questions? Call 800.GE.CARES ( ) or Visit our Website at: ge.com BEFORE YOU BEGIN Read these instructions completely and carefully. IMPORTANT Save these instructions for local inspector s use. IMPORTANT Observe all governing codes and ordinances. Note to Installer Be sure to leave these instructions with the Consumer. Note to Consumer Keep these instructions for future reference. Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer. Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty. A shutoff valve must be available or added near the installation point. TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION Drill with 1-1/4 Drill Bit (type as required) if mounting is needed for faucet Adjustable Open-End Wrenches Phillips and Flat Blade Screwdrivers Utility Knife CONTENTS INCLUDED WITH PRODUCT Reverse Osmosis Assembly and Tubing Product Literature (Owner s Manual and Installation) and Performance Data Sheet Water Supply Inlet Parts Bag Drain Line Adapter Storage Tank Faucet Pipe Thread Tape 4
5 Installation Instructions Things to Check Before Beginning Installation RO product water faucet mounted through sink or countertop 1/4 black 3/8 black drain tubing Drain adapter Feed water adapter HOT COLD Orange Blue (to faucet) Sink p-trap Storage tank Yellow (inlet) FEED WATER The water supply to the undercounter Reverse Osmosis system must have the qualities listed in the specifications (see the Specifications Guidelines section). Municipal water supplies most often will have these qualities. Well water may need conditioning have the water tested by a water analysis laboratory and get their recommendations for treatment. CAUTION: For water with a hardness greater than 10 grains (at 6.9 ph), the use of a softener is recommended. Failure to install a softener will reduce the life of the Reverse Osmosis membrane. See the Specifications Guidelines section for additional information on the possible need for a softener. DRAIN POINT A suitable drain point and air gap (check your local codes) are needed for reject water from the Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge. RO FAUCET The RO product water faucet installs on the sink or on the countertop next to the sink. Often, it is installed in an existing sink spray attachment hole or a hole may be drilled. Space is required underneath for tubing to and from the faucet, and for securing the faucet in place. All faucet connections and installation procedures are done on or above the sink or countertop. Refer to illustration above. BASEMENT INSTALLATION If installing in a basement, leave enough tubing in place during installation to be able to move unit to floor for ease at servicing and making filter/membrane changes. Additional tubing and fittings required. 5
6 FEED WATER SUPPLY Installation Instructions Check and comply with local plumbing codes as you plan, then install a cold feed water supply fitting. A. PREFERRED INSTALLATION 1. Close the cold water supply valve under the sink. 2. Unscrew the flexible tubing from the supply valve that connects to the COLD water riser. 3. Install the feed water adapter* that is the diameter to match either the 1/2 or 3/8 plumbing in your location. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. *Notice the direction of the feed water adapter and coupling. It is installed differently in order to match either the 1/2 or 3/8 plumbing in your location. Gasket For 3/8 Plumbing Faucet tubing line Coupling Adapter Inlet valve Ferrule Nut Inlet valve For 1/2 Plumbing Gasket Faucet tubing line Coupling Gasket Adapter B. OPTIONAL HOME INSTALLATION Where codes permit (Requires additional parts) *For 1/2 OD or larger metal tubing only. NOTE: Codes in the state of Massachusetts require installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit the use of the saddle valve. For installation, use plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Saddle valve is available through GE Parts and Services at , part number WS15X Self piercing saddle valves are not recommended. 1. Turn off the cold water supply and attach saddle valve as shown in illustration below. DANGER: Many homes are electrically grounded through the plumbing. To protect yourself from serious injury or fatal shock, use a battery-powered hand drill only to make the hole. DO NOT USE AN ELECTRIC DRILL. 2. Close the water supply valve by turning the handle clockwise. 3. Open the main water supply valve and several house faucets to purge air from the system. Close faucets when water runs smoothly. Some threads should be visible Snug valve into bracket (DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN) Cold water supply valve Cold water supply valve Rubber gasket Optional water supply connection (using saddle valve)* *For 1/2 OD or larger metal tubing only. Nut (2) not required if holes in clamp are threaded Clamp Z Washer Tubing adapter Compression nut Pre-drill 1/4 hole Seal make sure the seal is in place Clamp X Valve Handle Use to connect the tubing 6
7 Installation Instructions C. INSTALLATION IN A REMOTE LOCATION (requires additional part) 1. Turn off the cold water supply. 2. Complying with plumbing codes, install a fitting on the cold water pipe to adapt 1/4 OD tubing. A typical connection is shown in illustration below. Make sure a water supply valve is used. 3. If the RO unit is to be installed more than 6 feet from the valve, replace the yellow tubing with a longer length of GE 1/4 tubing. A 33 foot length of 1/4 tubing is available through GE Parts and Services at , part number WS07X DO NOT SUBSTITUTE TUBING OF UNKNOWN QUALITY. 4. If the RO unit is to be installed more than 6 feet from the faucet, replace the blue tubing with a longer length of GE 3/8 tubing. A 33 foot length is available through GE Parts and Services at , part number WS07X See Faucet Installation on page 8 for more details. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE TUBING OF UNKNOWN QUALITY. Water supply valve Insert (not included) Ferrule Cold water pipe 1/4 (yellow) tubing to inlet To RO If you are using copper tubing, DO NOT connect it directly onto the RO unit. Purchase a connector and use a short length of the yellow tubing provided to make final connection to RO. Do not use copper tubing to attach to icemaker or faucet. 7
8 FAUCET INSTALLATION Installation Instructions Be sure there is room underneath the sink to make the needed connections. Select one of the following locations to install the faucet: In an existing sink spray attachment or soap dispenser hole. In a hole to be drilled in the sink top. In a hole to be drilled in the countertop, next to the sink. NOTE: Be sure the faucet base will fit flat against the surface at the selected location so the gasket will seal. 1. If drilling is needed, make a 1-1/4 dia. hole. Be sure to use the proper procedure for drilling porcelain or stainless steel. 2. Insert the faucet spout into the body. Tighten cap until snug. 3. Feed the blue, 1/4 black and 3/8 black tubes up through the hole in the countertop or sink. 4. Feed the two black tubes up through the gasket, faucet base and O-ring. 5. Push the 1/4 black and 3/8 black tubing onto their respective barb fittings on the body. 6. Seat the base and body together. Make sure the O-ring and gasket are in place when the base meets the body. The faucet handle will be at the 3 o clock position with respect to the base. 7. Slide the lock washer onto the threaded stem of the body, then thread the brass nut onto the stem. Screw about halfway up. 8. Screw the tubing adapter to the threaded stem of the body. 9. Push the blue tubing into the adapter. It should go in about 1/2. Pull on it to make sure it is installed securely. 10. Feed the tubing and stem back down through the 1-1/4 hole. 11. Under the counter, insert the mounting disk above the lock washer and tighten the brass nut until snug. Spout ASSEMBLED Body Cap Handle 3/8 barb fitting 1/4 barb fitting Lock washer O-ring Base Black 3/8 tubing, 27 long Nut Tubing adapter Mounting disk Nut Gasket Lock washer Black 1/4 tubing Blue 3/8 tubing Tubing adapter NOTE: For ease of service and maintenance, keep tubing lengths long enough so removal of the Reverse Osmosis system from under the sink is possible. From RO 8 To drain From RO
9 Installation Instructions FILTRATION DRAIN CONNECTION INSTALLATION Check and comply with all state and local plumbing codes as you plan. CAUTION: The options detailed in this section are the ONLY approved installation configurations. Do not use any drain saddle device. OPTION A: BASEMENT ACCESS INSTALLATION Route the drain line (1/4 black line) DIRECTLY from the Reverse Osmosis system to a standpipe in the basement, by-passing the air gap provided in the faucet. The drain line may also be routed in the basement to a floor drain or washtub, provided that the air gap in the basement is maintained. Avoid dips, loops or low spots in the drain line. The basement air gap and drain installation configuration must conform to all local codes. Special air gap fittings are available from your local hardware store to connect the drain line to the top of the standpipe. Drain line from Reverse Osmosis by-passing faucet air gap OPTION B: DRAIN LINE ADAPTER INSTALLATION CAUTION! DO NOT INSTALL DRAIN LINE ADAPTER DOWNSTREAM FROM DISPOSER. Install the provided drain line adapter under the sink as shown. The baffle-tee provided must be in place (purchase and install if necessary) to prevent a clog in the Reverse Osmosis drain line. Route the drain line (3/8 black) from the faucet air gap to the drain line adapter, ensuring that there are no dips, loops or low spots in the line that could result in a clogged drain line. The tubing must be cut to length to provide a straight routing from the faucet to the drain. Drain line adapter in different line from disposer Maintain air gap at drain point in basement 1/4 Black tubing Disposer HOT COLD Drain line is straight Drain noise in the sink drain is normal when the Reverse Osmosis system is operating. FAUCET DRAIN TUBING AND WATER SUPPLY TUBING If OPTION A: BASEMENT ACCESS INSTALLATION (see Filtration Drain Connection Installation section, above) was used, go to Step 2. 1 If OPTION B: DRAIN LINE ADAPTER INSTALLATION was used, connect the faucet drain tubing by running the 3/8 black tubing from the 3/8 faucet barb to the drain fitting (installed in Filtration Drain Connection Installation section, above). Keep this tubing run as short and straight as possible, without loops, dips or low spots. Cut the tubing as needed and insert into the drain fitting. 2 To connect the water supply tubing: Run the 1/4 yellow tubing from the Reverse Osmosis inlet to the feed water adapter (see illustrations in the Feed Water Supply section). Connect the tubing as applies (see Feed Water Supply section) and tighten the nut securely. 9
10 Installation Instructions REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM ASSEMBLY AND STORAGE TANK INSTALLATION 1 Hold the Reverse Osmosis assembly up to the wall surface where you will install it. Mark locations for the screws. The arrows on the top of the bracket show the location of the screw holes. 5 Connect the tubing to the storage tank: Run the length of 3/8 orange tubing from the tee fitting on the Reverse Osmosis module to the tank inlet fitting. To faucet 2 Wood screws are included for fastening to a wood surface. Provide other screws as needed. Supply line 3 Hang the Reverse Osmosis assembly on the screws. Storage tank Orange tubing 4 Apply pipe thread sealing tape to the tank fitting. Insert into tank threads. Tighten with a wrench. 2 minimum clearance for changing cartridges NOW THAT YOUR REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM IS INSTALLED SANITIZE! Sanitize upon installation and after servicing inner parts, including replacement of prefilter, postfilter and the Reverse Osmosis cartridge. It is important to wash hands with antibacterial soap before handling inner parts of the system. See the Sanitization section. CAUTION: If installing unit in new construction, ensure that house plumbing is flushed thoroughly before opening the water supply valve. Also, before sanitizing, be sure to remove all cartridges as described in the Sanitization section. Chlorine will destroy the Reverse Osmosis cartridge. 10
11 Installation Instructions PREFILTER, POSTFILTER AND RO CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE, INCLUDING SANITIZATION 1 Turn OFF the icemaker (if attached to the RO system). 6 Remove cap from RO cartridge housing (unscrew tubing first, on some models). Use pliers to remove the RO cartridge. Place in a clean plastic bag or discard if replacing. Thoroughly wipe inside of housing and cap with a paper towel or dish brush moistened with dish soap. Rinse well. 2 Wash your hands with anti-bacterial soap. 3 Turn off water supply to RO system. 7 Replace empty postfilter sump. 4 Turn on RO faucet. Drain tank (may take several minutes). Turn off RO faucet. CAUTION: Failure to close the water supply valve or tank shutoff valve will cause water to spray or run when sumps are removed. 8 Fill prefilter sump with water to within 1 of O-ring. Add 2 oz. (4 Tbsp.) ordinary household bleach. Replace prefilter sump. 5 Remove the sumps. Be careful sumps will be full of water. Discard filters. Thoroughly wash sumps with dish soap. Thoroughly wipe inside of heads with a paper towel moistened with dish soap. Rinse well Turn on water supply. Open RO faucet until water begins to flow, then close. Allow system to fill for 1 minute. Open faucet and allow water to flow for 10 minutes. Close faucet for one minute more, then open and allow water to flow for another 10 minutes, or until bleach odor is gone. Turn off water supply again. Drain RO. 11 Remove sumps. Insert filters. Lubricate o-ring with food-grade silicone grease, if necessary. (Do not use petroleum jelly). Tighten sumps securely. 11
12 Installation Instructions PREFILTER, POSTFILTER AND RO CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROC., INCLUDING SANITIZATION (cont.) 12 Remove cap from RO cartridge housing. Install RO cartridge, O-ring end first. 15 Change the batteries in the filter change indicator: Lubricate cover O-ring with food-grade Use a small, flat blade screwdriver or coin silicone grease, if necessary. (DO NOT use and carefully open the battery compartment. petroleum jelly). Tighten cap securely. Install the CR2032 battery (+) side down into the tray. 13 If you replaced the RO cartridge, also replace the flow control and screen. (Unscrew the black 1/4 line from the fitting. Remove flow control with clean knife edge. Remove screen with a clean toothpick). Tighten the nut hand-tight and then tighten 1/4 turn with pliers. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. Slide the tray into the base and snap-lock into place. The light will flash 5 times to indicate proper installation. After 6 months of use, the light will flash again, indicating the proper time to replace the filter. Install a new CR2032 battery after 6 months of use. 1/4 Black tubing Flow control Compression nut Screen 16 If you only replaced the prefilter and postfilter, allow faucet to run 5 minutes to remove harmless carbon particles. If you replaced the RO cartridge, fill and empty the storage tank three times, until taste and odor from food grade membrane preservative is gone. 14 Turn on water supply. Allow to fill. (May take up to four hours). Check for leaks. 17 Once storage tank is full, turn on icemaker. 12
13 Care and cleaning of the reverse osmosis system. To obtain replacement filters, call toll-free GE Appliance Parts at (U.S.), (Canada English), (Canada French), or visit the store where you purchased your reverse osmosis system. Prefilter/Postfilter Cartridge Replacement FX12P Reverse Osmosis Cartridge Replacement FX12M Carbon Block Thin Film Polyamide ge.com CAUTION: Before servicing the Reverse Osmosis system, close the water supply/saddle valve and open the RO water faucet. Allow the system to drain. The Water Test Kit To obtain an independent laboratory water test kit, please call Legend Technical Services at ext. 47 and leave your contact details. They will contact you to find out what water tests you are interested in, and inform you of the cost of the testing. You will then receive a kit that will include all necessary tests to properly indicate the performance level of your system. Product water should be tested a minimum of every six months. Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips 13 Consumer Support
14 Consumer Support Troubleshooting Tips Installation Instructions Operating Instructions Safety Instructions About the reverse osmosis system. 14 What the Reverse Osmosis System Does Reverse Osmosis removes Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) and organic matter from water by diffusing it through a special membrane. The membrane separates minerals and impurities from the water and they are flushed to the drain. High quality product water goes directly to the drinking water faucet or to the storage tank. The system makes a good supply of drinking water each day; see Specification Guidelines. How much it makes depends on the feed water supply pressure, temperature and quality. Description of the Reverse Osmosis System Prefilter Water from the cold supply pipe is directed to the prefilter cartridge, which is inside the sump. The prefilter is a replaceable sediment cartridge containing activated carbon. The cartridge removes sand, silt, dirt, other sediments and up to 2.0 ppm of chlorine from the feed water. The prefilter reduces chlorine in the feed water because CHLORINE DESTROYS THE REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE. Filtered, clean, chlorinereduced water flows from the prefilter to the Reverse Osmosis cartridge. Storage Tank The storage area holds up to 3 gallons of product water. A diaphragm inside the tank keeps water pressurized for fast flow to the faucet when drinking water is needed. Prefilter cartridge O-ring on top lip of sump Sump Check valve The carbon prefilter and postfilter are replaceable cartridges. The prefilter removes chlorine while also filtering sediments. The postfilter removes any other undesirable tastes and odors before you use the water. Check Valve A check valve is built into one end of the Reverse Osmosis housing. The check valve prevents a backward flow of product water from the storage area. A backward flow could cause the Reverse Osmosis membrane to rupture. Automatic Shutoff Valve To conserve water, the drinking water system has an automatic shutoff. When the storage tank has filled to capacity and the drinking water faucet is closed, pressure closes the shutoff. Water flow to the Reverse Osmosis housing is shut off until drinking water is used again, and pressure drops in the Reverse Osmosis system. Reverse Osmosis housing Automatic shutoff valve O-ring housing O-ring end Reverse Osmosis cartridge Sump Reverse Osmosis housing cap Postfilter cartridge O-ring on top lip of sump Turn sump this way to remove
15 Reverse Osmosis Cartridge The cartridge, inside the Reverse Osmosis housing, includes a tightly wound, special membrane. Water is forced through the cartridge where the membrane removes the dissolved solids and organic matter. High quality product water exits the Reverse Osmosis housing and goes to the storage tank. Reject water, with the dissolved solids and organic matter, leaves the housing and is discharged to the drain through tubing. Postfilter After leaving the storage area, but before going to the system faucet, product water goes to the postfilter which is inside the sump. The postfilter is also a replaceable sediment cartridge that contains activated carbon. Any remaining tastes, odors or sediments are removed from product water by the postfilter. Clean, high quality drinking water flows through the tubing and to the system faucet. System Monitor A timer is provided in the faucet base to remind you when it is time to replace your prefilter and postfilter. Replace the filters when the blue light begins to flash in order to protect the RO membrane and keep the system functioning properly. Be sure to remove and replace the battery at the same time to reset the timer. Flow Control The flow control regulates the flow of water through the Reverse Osmosis cartridge at the required rate to produce high quality water. The control is located in the Reverse Osmosis housing drain port. A small, coneshaped screen fits over the front end of the flow control to prevent clogging due to sediments in drain water. The flow control and screen should be replaced each time the Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge is changed. Screen Flow control 1/4 black tubing (to drain) ge.com Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips 15 Consumer Support
16 Consumer Support Troubleshooting Tips Installation Instructions Operating Instructions Safety Instructions Before you call for service Problem Possible Causes What To Do Sounds you might hear Running water from the unit This is normal. to a drain. Water has air bubbles Air in system after installation. Will go away after water runs for a while. and is cloudy Chlorine taste and/or The ppm of chlorine in your If the water supply contains more than 2.0 ppm of odor in the Reverse water supply exceeds maximum chlorine, additional filtering of the water supply to the Osmosis product water limits and has destroyed the Reverse Osmosis is needed. Correct this condition before Reverse Osmosis membrane. doing maintenance on the Reverse Osmosis system. The prefilter is no longer removing chlorine from the water supply. Other taste and/or odor High quality product water This is normal. may have a different taste than what you re used to. Low water usage. Contamination in product water storage. Prefilter and postfilter need to be changed and/or the Reverse Osmosis cartridge needs to be changed. Replace the Reverse Osmosis membrane cartridge, flow control, screen, prefilter and postfilter. Completely drain system and allow to refill. Use sanitizing procedures. Replace the prefilter and postfilter. If taste and odor persists, replace the Reverse Osmosis cartridge, flow control and screen. Water leaking from Drain side of faucet air gap Inspect and eliminate restriction or plug. It is important faucet air gap hole (3/8 tubing) plugged, restricted that there are no dips, loops or low spots in the drain line or incorrectly connected to the from the faucet air gap to the drain pipe. Refer to the drain point. Filtration Drain Connection Installations section, for proper drain connection. If drain line adapter was used as the drain point, periodic inspection/cleaning is recommended. System makes product This is normal. Water flow rate will be lower than your regular faucet. water slowly Water supply to the Reverse Osmosis system not within specifications. Prefilter cartridge plugged with sediments and/or the Reverse Osmosis cartridge plugged with sediments. Increase water pressure, precondition the water, etc., as needed to conform to specification guidelines before doing maintenance on the Reverse Osmosis system. Replace the prefilter and postfilter. If rate does not increase, replace the Reverse Osmosis cartridge, flow control and screen. Faucet light blinking Prefilter and postfilter Replace filters. Don t forget to sanitize the system when need replacing. replacing filters. Timer was not reset when filters were replaced. Remove and replace battery in faucet base. Six months have passed Battery may be dead. Replace battery. NOTE: Replacing battery resets the and faucet light is not six-month timer, so be sure to replace prefilter and blinking postfilter if it is time to do so. 16 Troubleshooting Tips Save time and money! Review the chart first and you may not need to call for service. Battery may have been removed recently. Any time the battery is removed and reinserted, the six-month timer starts over again. Do not remove battery unless you wish to restart the timer.
17 Parts list. Optional Accessories ge.com Safety Instructions Operating Instructions Installation Instructions Troubleshooting Tips * NOTE: Codes in the State of Massachusetts require installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit the use of the saddle valve. For installation, use plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 17 Consumer Support
18 Consumer Support Troubleshooting Tips Installation Instructions Operating Instructions Safety Instructions General Electric parts catalog. 18 REF. NO. PART NO. PART DESCRIPTION GXRM10GBL 0001 WS15X10037 FAUCET BODY & SPOUT WS22X /8 QUICK CONNECT FAUCET WS22X /4 NUT WS22X /8 NPT X 1/4 NUT ELBOW WS22X /4 TUBE INSERT WS22X10038 VALVE AUTO SHUT OFF WS22X /4 X 3/8 X 3/8 TUBE TEE WS22X /8 NUT WS22X /8 TUBE INSERT WS22X10040 CHECK VALVE 1/4 INSERT WS22X /8 NPT X 1/4 FITTING WS03X10016 FLOW CONTROL WS03X10015 CONE SCREEN WS22X /8 NPT X 3/8 NUT ELBOW FX12M RO MEMBRANE WS03X10045 O-RING RO MEMBRANE HSNG WS31X10025 CAP RO MEMBRANE HSNG WS22X /8 NPT X 1/4 FITTING WS22X10043 ELBOW 1/4 STEM X 1/ WS20X10006 HOUSING RO MEMBRANE WS28X10039 BRACKET WS22X10044 CONNECTOR 3/8 X 3/8 MNPT WS32X10019 STORAGE TANK WX5X140 WRENCH WS03X10038 O-RING, SUMP HOUSING FX12P CARBON BLOCK CARTRIDGE WS20X10007 SUMP HOUSING WS18X10006 DRAIN LINE ADAPTER DLA WS18X10009 ADAPTER KIT FEED WATER WS10X10028 FAUCET BASE ASM WS02X10031 WASHER & NUT FAUCET WS02X10032 SCREWS, BRACKET WS31X10026 HOUSING HEAD WS15X10023 SADDLE VALVE WS07X10018 TUBING 1/4 X 33 WHITE WS07X10019 TUBING 3/8 X 33 WHITE WS01X10013 NITRATE TEST STRIP WS02X10033 MOUNTING SCREWS OWNER S MANUAL/INSTALLATION 1 INSTRUCTIONS To obtain replacement parts, call toll-free (U.S.), (Canada English), (Canada French). * NOTE: Codes in the State of Massachusetts require installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit the use of the saddle valve. For installation, use plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
20 Consumer Support Troubleshooting Tips Installation Instructions Operating Instructions Safety Instructions GE Reverse Osmosis System Warranty. For The Period Of: One Year From the date of the original purchase 20 All warranty service provided by our SmartWater Authorized Servicer Network. To schedule service on-line, 24 hours a day, contact us at ge.com, or call toll-free 800.GE.CARES (U.S.), or (Canada). Please have serial number and model number available when calling for service. What GE Will Not Cover: GE Will Replace: Any part of the Reverse Osmosis Filtration System which fails due to a defect in materials or workmanship. During this limited one-year warranty, GE will also provide, free of charge, all labor and related service to replace the defective part. Service trips to your home to teach you how to use the product. Improper installation, delivery or maintenance. Failure of the product if it is abused, misused, used for other than the intended purpose or used commercially. Use of this product where water is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality, without adequate disinfection. Systems certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts. Staple your receipt here. Proof of the original purchase date is needed to obtain service under the warranty. Filter cartridges, membrane cartridges and batteries after 30 days from date of purchase. Damage to the product caused by accident, fire, floods or acts of God. Incidental or consequential damage caused by possible defects with this appliance. EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES Your sole and exclusive remedy is product repair as provided in this Limited Warranty. Any implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to one year or the shortest period allowed by law. This warranty is extended to the original purchaser and any succeeding owner for products purchased for home use within the USA. If the product is located in an area where service by a GE Authorized Servicer is not available, you may be responsible for a trip charge or you may be required to bring the product to an Authorized GE Service location for service. In Alaska, the warranty excludes the cost of shipping or service calls to your home. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. To know what your legal rights are, consult your local or state consumer affairs office or your state s Attorney General. Warrantor: General Electric Company. Louisville, KY 40225
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