Suggested Method for Regular Cleaning and Sanitizing of Water Cooler Reservoir
It is recommended your cooler's reservoir be flushed, cleaned, and sanitized every 6 to 12 months, depending on the amount of water used and sanitary conditions of the cooler location. It would be most convenient to perform this at a time when an empty bottle needs replacement.
Unplug the cord from electrical outlets and let stand for a few minutes to reach room temperature.
Remove empty bottle.
Remove the “No Spill” Waterguard system
Empty reservoir by draining the cold faucet and remove any ice ring.
Add 1/2 teaspoon of liquid bleach to 1 gallon of tap water and pour into the reservoir.
Wash reservoir thoroughly with diluted bleach solution and let stand for five minutes.
Drain bleach solution from reservoir through the
Rinse reservoir thoroughly with clean water several times, draining water through
cold faucet. Continue rinsing until no chlorine taste remains.
Clean the “No Spill” Waterguard system and re-install
Place new bottle on cooler and plug cord into the electrical outlet.
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