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avatar: JTH
JTH
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Replied to JTH's post on April 16th, 2019

Does the Linistat Linear Stainer require a connection to filtered or purified water? 

avatar: Paul Moyer
Paul Moyer
31 posts
Replied to JTH's post on April 25th, 2019

According to the user manual, it does not state purified water is needed. I have worked on a few of these in the past and they were connected to tap water. It is best to filter the waterbecause the calcium in the water will corrode the plumbing.

 

Paul

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