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Which one? The internal water tank just slides out of its chassis (located on the left side, near the front). You might have slight spillage after a good tug or two.
For the external water tank, located the white "spout" that protrudes from the rear. Inside of this "spout", there is silver clip. Just press the clip inward and that should release the connector that is attached to the external water tank.

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http://www.freshwatersystems.com/c-32-reverse-osmosis-storage-tanks.aspx

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pressure equalizes. Do not overcharge the bladder during this procedure.
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7) At this point, adjust EMPTY tank to exactly 7psi. (Gauge reading midway between 5
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8) Turn off RO faucet.
9) Replace cap on valve stem
10) Open cold water feed valve.
11) The water is useable immediately; however, tank will take a few hours to completely fill.


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* In General: When any type shut-off valve handle is positioned so that it is parallel or in line with the tubing that enters the valve, valve is OPEN. When handle is turned perpendicular to tubing that enters valve, valve is CLOSED.

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Necessary Supplies:
1) Tire Gauge marked in 5psi increments (ie 5, 10, 15, 20psi, etc.)
2) Bicycle tire pump for standard type bike tire valve

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