Please follow these instruction on bypassing your system. This process may vary depending on the age of your unit. Keep in mind that when your system is bypassed your water may not be safe to drink and/or may cause esthetic issues. Since by-pass styles vary, yours may not be as described. Contact us for further assistance.
Turn both the inlet valve and outlet valve handles so the handle is perpendicular to the pipe. The inlet and outlet valves are typically marked with a green or white tag.
Turn the bypass valve so the handle is parallel with the pipe. This valve is typically marked with a red tag.
This will turn water off to and from the unit while still providing water to the house.
Kinetico Bypass (Old Style)
Turn the gray handle so that the arrow points to the desired setting.
Service – when the valve is turned to service, water will flow through the system
Bypass – when the valve is turned to bypass, this will turn off the water to the system but still allow water to house
Close – when the valve is turned to close, this will turn off the water to both the system and the house
Kinetico Bypass (New Style)
There is a viewable window on the right side of the disc to indicate position.
Turn handle until desired setting appears in the window.
Green (Service)-when the valve is turned to service, water will flow through the system
Yellow (bypass) –when the valve is turned to bypass, this will turn off the water to the system but still allow water to house
Red (no water) –when the valve is turned to close, this will turn off the water to the system and the house
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