Cleaning the Pro Wash/Dry IPA Chambers

 

When the hydrometers float, it indicates that the IPA is saturated with resin. Conducting Wash/Dry cycles with saturated resin will not provide you with a clean result, leaving your models sticky.

 

As such, we will drain the saturated resin. To begin, remove the provided hose from the back of your Pro Wash/Dry

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Clamp the white clip at the end of the hose and attach the metal end to reservoir 2's quick connect port located on the front of your Pro Wash/Dry

 

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Placing the clamped end of the hose into a container large enough to hold 2 Liters (this is the maximum threshold in each reservoir) release the clamp and allow the reservoir to completely drain

 

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Once the reservoir is drained, pull back the sleeve on the quick connect port to release the connection and remove the tube

 

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Remove the cap from the hydrometer rod and unscrew the rod to remove the component entirely

 

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Next, you will wipe any residual residue from each reservoir using shop towels and/or the provided cleaning brush

 

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Re-insert the hydrometers, rods, and caps when done

 

The IPA in reservoir 2 is typically less saturated than reservoir 1 being that it is used for the second wash cycle. To extend the use of your IPA we recommend transferring the IPA in reservoir 2 to reservoir 1

 

To do so, select the Wrench Icon followed by Transfer Liquid

 

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