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Oyster-TF Fluoride Filter


Q: I would like to purchase an Oyster-TF Fluoride Filter. Is it easy installation or does it require a plumber to install it?

A: Installation is very easy and no plumber is required.

The pipe connectors are all push-fit and the connection to the cold water pipe is a "saddle valve" that uses a thumb screw that pierces and seals the cold water pipe with no special tools or experience required.

The only tool needed is a drill to make a hole to mount the water filter tap on your sink or kitchen work top.

Easy to follow instructions are included with the kit.


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Date added: 2012-01-27 15:54:14

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