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Culliagan aqua-cleer drinking water sytem: under sink install

I need to know where the all the hoses are to be installed on the system serial #AC15100560 models H-30S-R, H-30 PRV-C. The hoses were all removed and I want to put it back together if possible... I have all the hoses, there are 2 filters and a pressure tank? this is fed up to a small tap at the kitchen sink. Thank you for your asstistance.. TC, AB, Canada

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Refer to the below link for the h-30 installation manual.

http://www.freshwatersystems.com/t-manuals.aspx

FreshWaterSystems.com: The Water Super Store: 1-877-335-3339

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