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GENERAL IRON FILTER ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

This is only a general instruction reference, be sure to read your owners manual for any special instructions on your particular filter.   

Notice: consumer is responsible for following any state and/or local regulations and plumbing codes pertinent to the purchase, installation and operation of our products.

Aplus Water always recommends that you have a licensed plumber install your iron filter.

1. set your iron filter in desired location.

Step 2:
You will need a standard outlet that is not controlled by a switch.

The distributor tube is on the left and should be placed in the middle bottom of the resin tank with the white end down.  BEFORE ADDING THE PYROLOX!

Step 3:
Place the resin tank shown above where you want to connect it to your water line, because it will be hard to move after the pyrolox is added. 

Place a peace of tape on the open end of the distributor tube to keep any resin from falling into the distributor tube while pouring the pyrolox into the mineral tank (unless a plug is already in place)

Place the funnel (provided) into the mineral tank, and begin to pour or scoop the gravel and then the pyrolox into the mineral tank. 

Be careful to keep the distributor tube centered as best you can, while filling.  An easy (but slower) way to fill the mineral tank is to take a small scoop and pour the media into the funnel. The media beads tend to stick to the funnel so by filling slowly the media will go into the tank easier.

note: if you have been shipped more then one bag of pyrolox add it all. 

Once the filling of the mineral tank is completed, carefully remove the tape or plug from the distributor or turbulator tube. Do not pull upwards on the distributor tube.

The control valve (head) now must be screwed onto the mineral tank. Be sure the large O-ring is in place, and lubricated (you can use standard cooking oil to lubricate if necessary).  As you start to screw the control valve onto the tank, make sure the hole in the center of the control valve fits over the distributor tube or turbulator. DO NOT USE pipe dope or tape on the threads! The control valve should be hand tightened, snugly, clockwise. (DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN VALVE!!!!)

(DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN VALVE!!!!)

IF OVER TIGHTENED IT WILL BREAK!!!!

Step 4:
You are now ready to install the bypass valve to the control valve.

5600 bypass

7000 bypass

Step5:
Turn off main water valve.  Water connections to and from filter should now be connected.  

NOTE: Attach the inlet to the bypass with the arrow pointing in and the outlet to the arrow pointing out!

Step 6:
You will need a drain for the backwashing cycles. This should be no longer than 20 feet from the filter.  You will need to purchase this flexible 1/2 i.d. plastic pipe (can be vinyl, polyethylene polybutylene, etc. ) and a small clamp to hold the tubing over the fitting. This backwashing drain line will be under pressure when the backwash cycle is working. Make sure the drain line is secured. The drain line will need to drain into a drain, which should be a minimum of 1 1/2” size, and ideally be below the top of the head of your softener. Local codes should be adhered to.  Also, do not put the drain line directly into any drain, you should have an air gap. (be sure to use teflon tape on this step).

7000

5600

This is where you will connect the drain line.

7. Note: Never connect the drain line directly into a drain. Allow an air-gap between the drain line and waste line to prevent possibility of back- siphon..

8. Slowly turn on the main water valve to your home until all pipes are pressurized. Now open the bypass on the inlet side SLOWLY by placing a screw driver between the two holes on the knob, you will hear the water softener filling up with water. You do not want to be surprised by leaks. Let the resin tank fill completely, then SLOWLY open the bypass on the outlet side. 

WARNING: If opened too rapidly or too far, media may be lost out of the tank into the valve or the plumbing. In the 1/4 open position, you should hear air slowly escaping from the valve drain line.

9. Plug the power supply transformer into a socket that is not controlled by a switch or timer.

10. Run manual regenerations until water runs clear to drain for entire backwash by holding down the regeneration button for 5 to 10 seconds (button with small arrows in shape of a diamond). 

For 5600 valves simply turn the large knob to backwash.

note: bypass any other filter after unit until water is confirmed clear.  This process usually takes multiple backwashes.

11. Program your iron filter.  We recommend setting the filter to regenerate every three days for most applications.

For 5600 valves simply move the tabs out.  For every third day regeneration move out every third tab.  For every day regeneration move out every tab etc...

Note: only tap the regeneration button to toggle between steps in programming, if you hold it down for too long it will go into a regeneration.

Note:
Set Time of Day Display by pushing the down or up arrow.

Push and hold the Set Up and Set Down buttons for 5 seconds.

Press the Extra Cycle Button once per display until all displays are viewed and normal operation is resumed.

Option setting display may be changed as required by pushing either the Set Up or Set Down button. Depending on current valve programming, certain displays may not be viewed or set.

Be sure to regenerate the unit before putting into service.  Regenerate until water runs clear to drain. 

note: for 7000 to regenerate hold diamond shaped button (regeneration button) down for 5 to 10 seconds to start regeneration.

for 5600 simply turn dial to regeneration.

12. run a cold water tap to be sure water is clear, if water is black, run additional regenerations, until water is clear.


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