Introduction

Replacing the heating tank should it fail to work.

  1. Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the following ten screws:
    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the following ten screws:

      • Four 18mm Phillips screws.

      • Four 9.75mm Phillips screws.

      • Two 8mm Phillips screws.

      • The cover will not remove entirely. Keep green ground wire attached to the cover.

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  2. Remove the two 14.5 Phillips screws.
    • Remove the two 14.5 Phillips screws.

    • Ensure that only the water inlet valve can be moved.

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    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove the following six screws:

      • Six 14.5mm Phillips screws.

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      • Remove the power cord from the groove. (the black cord that leads into the green wire.)

      • This creates more slack in the wire to give you more room to work with.

      • DO NOT remove green wire from the cover its attached to.

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      • Identify the hose that connects to the heating tank. (Observe that it is held up on a small hook.)

      • Push down on the hook and carefully move the hose from its grip.

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      • Carefully pull out the heating tank by hand.

      • The heating tank may still be hot. Exercise caution when grabbing hold of the tank. If necessary, wait four to six hours after last use.

      • Reminder for reassembly; You will need a new band to tie the hose back to the heating tank.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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