Monday, December 31, 2012

How to Install BRITA® On-Tap Faucet Filter

Fig.1 Faucet
By Gary Boutin

Supplies and Tools:
BRITA® On Tap Faucet Filter

Vera Bright who live in Corona, wanted an inexpensive water filtration system on her sink without spending hundreds of dollars and having to deal with expensive filters to replace by yearly.  She was recommended by her friends that the BRITA® system was an easy install and would be the solution.

This post show the five steps to replace the BRITA® system.

The BRITA® system had a chrome outer body which made it appealing to Vera and the easy installation  to the water faucet attaches seemed like a good option.  Vera wanted the model with an electronic filter change indicator to remind her to change filter. BRITA® states in their instruction the the product removes chlorine taste and odor, sediment, and 99% of lead that may be found in tap water and can dispense up to 100 gallons of water. The boxed instruction  are very clear and come with several adapter in case the faucet has internal or external threads.

Step 1: Removed the faucet aerator.
Step 2: Fig.1 shows the faucet and choose the correct adapter.
Step 3: The base system fig.2 and fig.3 can be attached directly to the faucet spout.
Fig.2 Unit
Fig.3 Unit secured
Step 4: Pick up the base unit, align with the faucet threads and connect the system to the faucet.
Step 5: It.s that easy. Now you have clean delicious water.

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