How to Maintain Your eSpring – Cleaning & Status Indication

Like all other tech in your home, your water purifier system needs a seeing-to on a regular basis. Here’s a step-by-step guide of how to maintain your eSpring.

Cleaning the Diverter

To keep your eSpring tap diverter clean at all times, dismantle it for cleaning periodically.

Keep your eSpring tap clean

  • Step 1: Rotate the diverter to 'Treated' Mode. Remove the diverter and twin tubing.
  • Step 2: Remove the cap and collimator from the treated water port. A buildup of crystallised minerals is normal here.
  • Step 3: Using the tip of a toothpick, remove the gasket support from the treated water port.
  • Step 4: Separate the black and white gaskets.
  • Step 5: Mix 40ml of DISH DROPS Concentrated Dishwashing Liquid with warm water to make into a 1L solution. Soak all parts in this solution for 20 minutes.
  • Step 6: Use a toothbrush to clean difficult areas.
  • Step 7: Rinse well with water.
  • Step 8: Repeat all steps until the desired results are achieved before replacing everything into their original positions.

Status Indications & What They Mean

eSpring is working properly

What it means: Your eSpring is working properly

Install filter properly

What it means: The filter cartridge is not recognised or not properly installed. Reinstall your eSpring filter cartridge to resolve this issue.

Your eSpring catridge needs to be changed

What it means: Your eSpring filter cartridge needs to be changed.

Your eSpring may be faulty

What it means: Your eSpring unit may be faulty.

Your eSpring electronic display may be faulty

What it means: Your eSpring's electronic display may be faulty.

Your eSpring has no-power supply

What it means: Your eSpring has no power supply. Please plug in the power supply.

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