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Ice-Maker Unit
(Model IC)


WARNING: Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the unit.


  1. Turn off water supply to the appliance.
  2. Cartridge will be installed along the feed water line to the appliance. Select a convenient location that will allow easy access for future replacement of the filter. Make sure the feed water line will reach the desired location.
  3. Cut feed line with a proper cutting device (See Diagram I).
  4. Connect the feed line to the INLET as marked on the cartridge by firmly pressing the feed line into the opening as far as it will go.
  5. Prior to connecting the OUTLET side, turn water slowly and flush cartridge by running water through it for a few minutes. Water can be collected in a bucket or other container as shown in Diagram II. After water is clear, shut water off and proceed to connect the OUTLET side.
  6. Connect OUTLET side by firmly pressing water line into the opening as far as it will go.
  7. Mount holding bracket in desired location and snap the filter in place.
  8. Turn water on slowly and check for leaks.


  • The unit is designed for use with COLD WATER ONLY.
  • The recommended flow rate for best results is 1/2 to 1 gallon per minute. Increased flow will reduce the unit's effectiveness.
HELPFUL HINTS: An activated carbon cartridge (Taste/Odor) may contain a small amount of carbon fines (very black powder) and a new cartridge, after installation, should be flushed with sufficient water to remove the fines before using the water.


IMPORTANT: A reduction in water flow or a change in the color or taste of the water, should be considered an indication that the filter is near the end of its useful life.

This model does not require maintenance (Maintenance Free System). The actual length of time this filter will effectively remove chlorine and other contaminants will mostly depend on the original quality of the source water, pH and amount of water used.