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Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet
Filtration System – GXULQ/GNULQ
Check with your state and local public works
department for plumbing and sanitation codes.
You must follow these guidelines as you install
the Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet Filtration
System. Using a qualified installer is recommended.
Be sure the water supply conforms with the
Performance Data. If the water supply conditions are
unknown, contact your municipal water company.
Do not use with water that is
microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without
adequate disinfection before or after the system.
It is highly recommended that a water shut-off valve
be placed directly upstream of your Kitchen and Bath
Main Faucet Filtration System.
• Filter Cartridge
• Filter Head/Bracket
• 6 Feet of 3/8″ Tubing
• 3/8″ x 1/2″ Faucet Adapter
• 3/8″ Compression Hex Nut
• 3/8″ Ferrule
• 3/8″ Tube Insert
• Mounting Screws
• 1/2″ Compression to 3/8″ Adapter
• 7/16″ Compression to 3/8″ Adapter
Optional accessories are available (Visa, MasterCard or
Discover cards accepted) by visiting our Website at ge.com
or from Parts and Accessories, call 800.626.2002 (U.S.) or
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This Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet Filtration System
must be properly installed and located in
accordance with the Installation Instructions before
it is used.
• Check with your local public works department
for plumbing codes. You must follow their guides
as you install the Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet
• Use the Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet Filtration
System on a potable, safe-to-drink, home COLD
water supply only. The filter cartridge will not
purify water or make unsafe water safe to drink.
DO NOT use on HOT water (100°F max).
• Protect the Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet
Filtration System and piping from freezing. Water
freezing in the system will damage it.
• Your Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet Filtration
System will withstand up to 100 psi water
pressure. If your house water supply pressure is
higher than 100 psi during the day (it may reach
higher levels at night), install a pressure reducing
valve before the system is installed.
• Do not install on HOT WATER. The temperature
of the water supply to the Kitchen and Bath Main
Faucet Filtration System must be between the
minimum of 40°F and the maximum of 100°F.
See the Performance Data section.
• Do not install the Kitchen and Bath Main Faucet
Filtration System using copper solder fittings.
The heat from the soldering process will damage
WARNING — Discard all unused parts
and packaging material after installation. Small parts
remaining after installation could be a choke hazard.
• Do not install filter in an outside location or
anywhere it will be exposed to sunlight.
Tested and Certified by NSF International
Standard 42 for the reduction of
Chlorine, Taste and Odor and Particulate Class I and
Standard 53 for the reduction of Turbidity.
Drill with 1/8″ Drill Bit