The water heater in your home can help you save water.
Here’s how to install and use the water heater.
Read MoreThe heater comes with a “Water-Bubble” filter that removes bacteria and water from the water.
The filters are small, but work well, especially if you have a water heater with a tap and you use a water bottle.
To remove bacteria from the drink, turn the water off and add the tap water.
The filter should pop open.
If it doesn’t, turn on the water again.
Repeat this process every 15 minutes or so to remove the water and filter.
The water should come out clear.
The water heater comes packaged with a water filter and a plastic bucket.
The filters have a plastic cap that seals it.
The filter itself is made of metal.
It’s small and lightweight, which means it’s easier to remove.
You can purchase the filter at most hardware stores or online.
To use it, you’ll need a water cooler and a bottle opener.
The coolers have a drain hole on one side and a small screw to push the filter into the coolers.
The coolers should have a rubber stopper on one end and a threaded cap on the other.
To open the cooler, simply pull the stopper down and the filter will pop out.
If the stoppers are on the wrong side of the cooling system, the filter won’t come out.
The bucket on the top of the water-saving heater is also designed to hold a water jug.
To use the bucket, pull the lid off and the bucket will pop open with the water flowing into the jug.
The jug will hold the water until you fill it up.
If you have to fill it at the end, the bucket can be refilled with water.
If you have an older water heater that doesn’t have a tap, you can use a plastic jug.
Simply put the water jug in the cooler and fill it with water and then turn the thermostat up.
You’ll want to turn the fan up about 10 degrees to help the cooler circulate the hot water.