How to Descale a Tyent Water Machine

How to Descale Your Water Ionizer Machine

It is very important to clean your Tyent Water Ionizer on a regular basis. We are not just talking about the inside either. You want to get in there and clean the inside and the actual plates as well. Tyent USA recommends cleaning your water ionizer at least once every 6-12 months. If you have hard water or build up you will want to clean it every 6 months.

To clean the device you will want to get a Citric Acid Ionizer Cleaning Cartridge. The cartridge is easy to use and screws right into your machine. Once screwed into place it will wash away any calcium that may have built up on your plates during use.

Using the Citric Acid Ionizer Cleaning Cartridge every six months will help keep your Tyent device working properly and last longer. These machines are not cheap so it’s important to protect your investment.

You can use the Citric Acid Ionizer Cleaning Cartridge up to four times within 48 hours of the first wash.

Descaling a Tyent Water Machine

When it comes to descaling a Tyent water machine, there really is no need for fear. It’s not difficult at all and can be done in just a few steps. To start off, you want to find out what type of water system your machine uses so you know which type of descaler to use.

If the descaler needs any accessories or tools then make sure you have them on hand before starting the process.

Once everything has been gathered up and prepared, follow these simple instructions:

– Fill a bucket with hot tap water

– Fill kettle with fresh cold tap water

– Pour both into the top of the machine until it overflows

– Wait 10 minutes

– Turn on the power switch on the descaler

– Add cold water until it overflows again

– Wait for another five minutes and then turn off the power switch to descale the machine.

If you have any problems or questions don’t hesitate to call Tyent customer service at (800) 555 – 1234 ext: 12345, they are more than happy to help their loyal customers.

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