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Filter Cartridge CB1
Water Filter Cartridge
for the CBF1 Series C will last about 1,000 gallons or twelve months and
the CBF3 Series C will last about 400 gallons or 6 months before they need
to be replaced.
life varies depending on usage, and/or water conditions. Changes in taste,
color, and flow of the water being filtered indicate that the cartridge
should be replaced.
NOTE: Read all
instructions before replacing filter cartridge.
A) Turn off
cold water supply and open the drinking water faucet
to release pressure from system.
B) Unscrew and
remove bottom of filter housing. Locate and remove
large O-ring, wipe clean of lubricant, and set aside.
used filter cartridge. Using a non-abrasive sponge or
cloth, scrub the bottom of filter housing, O-ring groove, and cap with
dish soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly. Fill bottom of the housing 1/3
full with water.
Add 1 tablespoon of
household bleach and scrub to disinfect.
O-ring with silicone grease. Insert O-ring in groove
and press into place.
step is important to ensure a proper housing seal.
Make certain each O-ring is seated level in its groove or a leak may
bottom of housing with bleach water onto cap without
filter cartridge and hand-tighten.
DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
F) Turn on
water supply. Let faucet run for about 10
seconds, then turn off faucet and let stand for 20-30 minutes.
G) Turn on
faucet and allow bleach water to run out (about 3-5
H) Turn off
water supply to system and open faucet to release
pressure. Remove bottom of housing and empty water.
filter cartridge into bottom of filter housing:
Screw bottom of
housing onto cap and hand-tighten.
DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN.
Make certain cap standpipe slips into cartridge.
J) Open water
supply and turn on drinking water faucet to release
pressure in system. Let faucet run for 5 minutes to remove trapped air and
carbon fines. Check system for leaks before leaving installation.
California Residents Due to California Law, we are
unable to sell you the Omnifilter CB3. We found a compatible
cartridge and will send that to CA residents instead.
The CB3 is the highest performance carbon block
cartridge on the market today. It is used in OMNI Undersink filters CBF3,
OT32, and OB3.
The CB3's carbon block removes chlorine and odors, harmful bacteria like Giardia
and Cryptosporidium, lead, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like Atrazine
(a herbicide) and Lindane (a pesticide), as well as 32 other VOCs, to give you
great tasting, safe drinking water right from the tap, or from a dedicated
faucet, depending on the unit selected.
Need Help? Please call our customer service number:
(855) 855-1976 for assistance.
& Sediment (Class I)
& Chlorine (98%)
(97%) Mercury, Asbestos
& Giardia Cysts (99.99%)
(97-99%) - Including Atrazine & Lindane MTBE
||Reduces lead, Cryptosporidium
and Giardia cysts, and 34 VOCs at 97% or better.
Also removes chlorine and odors to give you great tasting
Cartridge Life 1
and the quality of water in your incoming line determine
when your cartridge should be changed.
2 Gallons per minute.
3 The smaller the micron, the finer the
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If you have an
older Omni filter model that has been discontinued and need an O-Ring,
please call our customer service number: (855) 855-1976 for
The CB3 filter cartridge replaces the
TC3 or TC 3 filter cartridge.
Also called CB3 or CB 3
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of 2008, the design of the CB3 has changed again. The CB3 will now
be open at both ends. Another major difference is that this newer
version will last longer (up to 6 months).
If you receive a new model
and you are unable to close the top of your housing,
please remove the o-ring(s) from the new filter and use the ones from
the old filter, as the new ones may be thicker. This should allow you to
close the lid on the housing.