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Plumbing utility lines to the washer/disinfector should be connected.The room already has a drain and a water line. (The machine has a 1/2 in Male BSPT connection for hot, cold, and pure water; the drain line is 1 1/2 in Male NPT.)


If the room does not already have power, you will also need an electrical connection. 1. Shut off the water supply to the room. If there is no existing water line, you will need to run a new one from another source. 2. Install a shutoff valve on the existing water line. This will allow you to easily shut off the water supply to the washer/disinfector if needed. 3. Connect the hot and cold water lines to the appropriate valves on the machine, using a washer and thread tape to ensure a tight seal. 4. Install a ball valve or check valve on the pure water line to prevent backflow. 5. Connect the pure water line to the appropriate valve on the machine, using a washer and thread tape to ensure a tight seal. 6. Install a P-trap or other approved plumbing trap on the drain line to prevent odors and gases from escaping. 7. Connect the drain line to the machine using a washer and thread tape to ensure a tight seal. 8. If the room does not already have power, hire a licensed electrician to install a dedicated circuit and outlet for the machine. 9. Connect the electrical cord provided with the machine to the outlet. 10. Test the connections by running a cycle on the machine. Check for leaks and make sure the machine is functioning properly. 11. Secure all pipes and lines with clamps to prevent them from coming loose. 12. Clean up and dispose of any packaging materials or debris. 13. If necessary, provide training for staff on how to use the machine properly.