Please visit mojowater.com/setup For MOJO SET-UP & TROUBLESHOOTING VIDEOS & updated installation manuals. Thank you. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including:
1. Read all instructions before using.
2. Do not let cord hang over edge of table or counter, or touch hot surfaces.
3. To protect against electric shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or cooler in water or any other liquid.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning.
6. Do not operate any appliances with a damaged cord, plug or after the appliances malfunction, or has been damaged in any manner.
7. The use of accessory attachments is not recommended by the manufacturer and may cause injuries.
8. Do not use outdoors.
9. Allow at least 2” (5cm) of space between the back of the water cooler and the wall to allow for proper air circulation.
10. Install the water cooler on a level floor. Do not install where it will be subject to direct sunlight, heat or moisture.
11. Do not install water cooler where the temperature will go below 59°F (15°C) or above 100°F (38°C).
12. Do not plug in the power cord or turn on the hot water on/oﬀ switch when the water cooler is empty.
13. To disconnect the power cord, turn the hot water switch to “oﬀ “, then remove plug from wall outlet.
14. Always wash and dry your hands thoroughly before touching the water cooler.
15. Extreme caution must be used when moving an appliance that contains hot liquid.
16. Do not use this cooler to dispense anything other than water. (Yes, that means no beer….)
17. Do not use with water that is micro biologically unsafe or of unknown quality.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 18. This appliance must be grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electric shock. 19. This appliance has a power cord with a grounding wire and a grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into a standard 3-prong outlet that is properly installed and grounded. The water cooler is intended to be plugged into a receptacle of the ground fault circuit interrupting type (GFCI) for water cooler installations in North America.
20. Consult a qualified electrician if the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or if doubt exists as to whether the appliance is properly grounded.
21. If the outlet is a standard 2-prong wall outlet, it is your personal responsibility and obligation to have it replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet.
22. Do not under any circumstances cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the power cord.
23. Do not use an adapter plug with this appliance.
24. Do not use an extension cord with this appliance. If the power cord is too short, have a qualified electrician install an outlet near the appliance.
25. Never place your fingers or any sharp metal object inside the water cooler, as doing so may damage the cooler, and also increase the risk of electric shock.
26. Do not immerse the appliance in the water to clean.
27. The appliance should not be exposed to rain.
28. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
DO NOT TURN ON HOT TANK SWITCH (ON THE BACK OF THE COOLER) UNTIL THE COOLER’S RESERVOIRS ARE FILLED WITH WATER. THEY ARE FULL WHEN WATER COMES OUT OF BOTH THE COLD AND HOT FAUCETS. GENERAL OVERVIEW Water dispense button
Cold Water Button Hot Water Selector
Hot Water On/ Off Switch Cold Water Thermostat Water Inlet
The Float Kit sits inside of the cold water reservoir and shuts oﬀ the water when the reservoir is full. The Primary Float (the square one - and “lower” one) shuts oﬀ the water first. If that Float were to fail, the water level would keep rising and the Secondary Float would shut oﬀ the water. When this happens, water can not flow again unless the reset button is pressed. Please note: this Secondary Float can be tripped by bumping or moving the cooler. So, if your water stops flowing, you may just need to press reset.
Cooler Set-Up & Installation: Part 1 - Pre-Installation EXTERNAL LID
1. REMOVE EXTERNAL LID Remove the lid on the Frost cooler to expose the top of the Float Kit (it is blue and covers the reservoir). There is a small, rounded “cut out” in the back of the lid to help you remove it.
2. LIFT OUT FLOAT KIT
3. CHECK FLOATS
When you remove the External Lid (previous step), you’ll see the blue Float Kit that seals the cold water reservoir (and holds the 2 floats). You need to remove that lid so that you can check everything inside the reservoir.
Just grab the two handles on the sides and pull straight up (see diagram on previous page).
Look under the Float Kit. You will see 2 air-filled “floats” - a main “float” (square) that shuts oﬀ the water flow when reservoir is full, and a round backup safety float if the first float were to fail. Occasionally, floats come loose in transportation. If either float is not attached, click it back into place. Make sure that both floats can freely move up and down.
5. PRESS RESET BUTTON
6. REPLACE LID
a) Push the Float Kit back into the reservoir to seal it.
b) Press red reset button. If the round Backup Float (from Step 3) is tripped, it shuts oﬀ all water to the cooler as a safety precaution. This can also happen in transportation or if cooler gets bumped (after it is installed).
In the future, if water does not dispense, pushing the red button usually fixes the issue.
Replace the external lid. You’re now ready to proceed with set up.
4. CHECK BAFFLE a) Inside the stainless steel reservoir, you’ll find a 2-piece baﬄe. Sometimes, this can come loose in transportation. Push the baﬄe down to make sure that it is secure. (If it is loose, it can rise up and trip the floats.) If the baﬄe is dislodged, push it into the center hole in the bottom of reservoir.
Cooler Set-Up & Installation: Part 2. FILTER SET UP
WRITE DATE HERE
7. FROST LOCATION
8. PREPARE FILTER
9. REMOVE DRIP TRAY
Locate the Frost water cooler in a well-ventilated space where temperature is always above freezing. The Frost should be 2 inches from the wall to allow for proper ventilation. The electrical cord plugs into a standard 3prong electrical outlet and is 6feet long. The Frost plugs into a standard 1/4-inch water line (same size as ice makers)
Open the included MOJO Water filter and remove the cap.
Write the date on the front of the filter so you know when you installed/replaced the filter.
Your Frost cooler uses M1000 filters that are always available on MOJO Water's website or on Amazon.
Remove the “Drip Tray” by pulling it straight out. There are pegs in the back of the drip tray to keep it in place. It may be a little tight - so just pull it straight out away from the cooler.
10. REMOVE FILTER COVER
11. INSTALL FILTER
12. LINE UP GUIDES
Just grab the filter cover by the bottom (or by the front) and lift it up. Then, remove it to reveal the filter compartment.
Insert the filter cartridge in the filter head. Twist to the right to lock it into place. Make sure that the label is facing towards you.
a) Make sure that you’ve rotated the filter all the way in place so that the guides line up. When the guides are not lined up, water will not flow. This makes changing the filter much easier.
b) Replace the Filter Cover (from Step 10) and then the Drip Tray (from Step 9).
Cooler Set-Up & Installation: Part 3. FINAL SET UP WATER ON POSITION
13. PUSH IN WATERWAY
14. TURN WATER ON
Push the waterway coming from the wall into the Water Inlet (marked Water In). You will feel a slight resistance when you first push the waterway into the Water Inlet. Push the waterway past that initial slight resistance (all the way in). The waterway locks/seals automatically. No tools are needed.
Do NOT turn on hot water switch.
Turn the water on by turning the valve so that it is parallel with the waterway. (Water is oﬀ when it is perpendicular.)
You will hear the water start to fill the internal cold water reservoir.
15. PLUG INTO OUTLET Plug Frost cooler into standard 3prong electrical outlet. You do not need to wait for the cooler to fill completely from the previous step.
FILL HOT TANK
16. FILL HOT TANK a) Place a bucket, trash can, or other container under the dispensing area.
b) Press the red button on the front. (Water dispensing button turns red.)
c) Press the water dispensing button on the top & hold it until water comes out of the dispensing area (may take 3+ minutes). Once a steady stream of water comes out, release button and let cooler refill. Water must come out of cooler before moving to Step 17.
HOT SWITCH: DO NOT TURN ON UNTIL YOU COMPLETE STEP 16
17. TURN ON HOT SWITCH After water comes out of hot faucet (previous step), remove label and turn on hot tank switch.
TIPS: If you do not want hot water to be dispensed from your cooler, leave this switch oﬀ. Please note that the red switch will light up when the water heater is activated. Once hot water reaches desired temperature, heater turns oﬀ and switch does not illuminate.
18. FLUSH FILTER a) Place a bucket, trash can, coﬀee pot or even a large cup under the dispensing area.
b) Press the BLUE button on the front. (The top water dispensing button will turn blue.)
c) Press the water dispensing button and fill about a half gallon of water into the bucket.
Wait up to 30 minutes for initial cooling and heating of your water.
BASIC OPERATION/TIPS: TURN CLOCKWISE FOR WITH A SCREWDRIVER COLDER
PUSH IN ON RING TO UNLOCK
TO REMOVE WATERWAY When the waterway was pushed into the Water Inlet (marked Water In), it locks into place. If you pull the waterway out without unlocking it, leaks can occur.
To remove the waterway: Push on ring around the Water Inlet while you simultaneously pull the waterway out. Pushing on the ring unlocks the Water Inlet.
cold temp adjustment Adjust the temperature of the cold water by rotating the thermostat control located on back of the cooler. Use a “flat-head” screwdriver. Clockwise is colder.
TIP: If you turn the thermostat all the way counterclockwise, you’ll turn oﬀ the cold function. The Frost will now dispense Hot (assuming the hot tank switch is on) and room temperature water.
TO DRAIN COOLER The dispensing button does not drain the cooler completely. To remove all water from cooler:
1) Unplug cooler from electrical outlet & let the hot water cool down for an hour+. Then, 2) remove drain plug on the back of the cooler by pulling it straight out and let the water flow into a bucket or trash can. Be careful water may still be hot.
WATER VALVE IN OFF POSITION
HEATING ON/OFF SWITCH If you do not want hot water to be dispensed from your cooler, turn the hot water switch oﬀ. Please note that the hot on/oﬀ switch will illuminate (red) when the water heater is activated. Once hot water reaches desired temperature, heater turns oﬀ and light inside the switch turns oﬀ.
TURNING WATER OFF
LINE UP FILTER GUIDES
To turn the water oﬀ, turn the valve so that it is perpendicular to the waterway.
When changing filter, make sure that you’ve rotated the filter all the way in place so that the guides line up. When the guides are not lined up, water will not flow.
Also, please note the model number when ordering replacements. They’re always available on our website or on amazon.com.
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