- HOTTAP unit
- GasKnect snap-on fitting
- 1.2m Gas hose
- Lightweight feet**
- 4m shower hose
- 1m shower hose
- Shower handle with switch
- Magnetic shower handle holder
- Hose coupling connector
- Three-way hose splitter
*Your kit may contain additional accessories, please consult your quick start guides for more information
** Nomad kit includes a Heavy duty stand in place of Lightweight feet.
Setting up HOTTAP
Before setting up, please note that Hottap requires a water pressure of at least 70kPa to work. This part of the guide assumes that you have access to mains water.
For use with the Off-Grid Plumbing kit, please refer to pages 20-21.
To set up your Hottap for use, please cover the following steps:
Install 2 D-cell batteries observing the labelling on the battery box and the batteries.
Using a spanner, connect the female GasKnect fitting to the gas hose.
Do not use thread tape
Connect the regulator to the gas bottle and the GasKnect to the Hottap unit.
The gas cylinder must be positioned away and to the side of the appliance. It must never be directly beside, below or above the appliance.
When mounting your Hottap, please ensure that there is sufficient clearance from people and combustible materials: at least 1,000mm from the top, 600mm at the rear and at least 500mm from the sides and front of the unit.
Depending on what particular Hottap kit you own, you may mount it in one of three ways:
3.a. Heavy-duty stand Connect all hoses (see point 4.) and place unit into the heavy-duty stand.
3.b. Hang the Hottap on a suitable vertical surface
3.c. Lightweight legs Fasten the lightweight feet with the captive thumb screws.
Attach the red shower hose to the red quick connect fitting.
Connect the blue hose to your water source and to the blue quick-connect fitting on the Hottap.
Attach the GasKnect brass fitting to the gas inlet.
Connect the regulator to the gas cylinder. Open the gas cylinder by twisting the valve knob in an anti-clockwise direction one full turn.
Check the entire gas line for leaks by coating the hose and connection points with soapy water. Do not use a flame. If bubbles are formed or you can hear a leak, turn off the gas at the cylinder. Tighten all connections and test again.
Once you have determined that there are no leaks, the appliance is ready to use.
Turn the gas off.