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How do you change the mineral absorption pad?

I misplaced the instruction manual, and don't know how to change the pad.

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The pad is very easy to replace. Simply remove the water tank. The mineral pad floats in the hot water reservoir. Pull out the old one and discard if it has begun to break down. That's all their is to it.

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Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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