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Glacier Bay Hot and Cold Water Dispenser
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Glacier Bay

Hot and Cold Water Dispenser

  • Hot and cold water dispensing
  • Dual dispensing spigots
  • Leak proof bottle support system
$107.00 /each

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Stylishly designed to fit any decor and finished in contemporary gloss white with UV inhibitors. ENERGY STAR Certified costing only pennies a day to operate. Stainless steel reservoirs and water lines ensure long-lasting reliability and easy to maintain, also includes hot water child safety lock protection. Compatible with Greenway and Vitapur filtration system.

  • Stainless steel reservoirs for long lasting reliability
  • Piano key push buttons conveniently located at the top of the water dispenser
  • High efficiency compressor for improved cooling
  • 24/7 hot water heating
  • Child safety lock to prevent accidental hot water dispensing
  • Anti-leak bottle support collar
  • ENERGY STAR compliant
  • Adjustable cold water thermostat
  • For use with 3 and 5 Gal. water bottles or Vitapur water filtration system GWF8 (sold separately)
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does anybody know what the L and H are for on the back of the unit ? it appears to need a screwdriver to adjust something, but what is it adjusting ?

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October 24, 2016
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It controls the cold water temperature. See the manual http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/a6/a6fec609-cd36-4df2-8fa3-1edcf75777b8.pdf. Look under Step 3: Adjusting the cold water temperature that can be found on Page 9 of the actual document.
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September 18, 2016
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The knob that you are talking about adjusts the temperature of the cold water. By simply using a flat head screwdriver you can turn the knob, which will ultimately allow you to set it to your desired temperature.
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August 28, 2016
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Awesome, you asked what I wanted to ask and got two opposite answers. Two say it's for adjusting the cold water and one says it's for the hot. Have you tested it out to see which is true? I'd sure like it if I could make the cold colder.
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August 20, 2016
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That is the hot water temperature adjustment. L for lower temp hot water and H for higher temp hot water
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Brooklyn, NY
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July 2, 2016
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Hi Queen, sorry, I don't know what they are for. I can just say the dispenser itself is 11.4w x 11.8d x 33.8h. Good luck Queen and I hope this helps you.
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May 23, 2016
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Yes, it's the cold water adjustable thermostat which makes the water colder or just chilled.
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May 8, 2016
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Hot water temperature.
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February 5, 2016
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Hello,
This is the thermostat for cold water. You can turn the temperature up or down.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Can this unit accommodate a three gallon as well as a five gallon jug of water?

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Milford, PA
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September 18, 2016
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Yes, you can use a three or five gallon water bottle with this unit. Just make sure the opening of the bottles are the same size.
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August 30, 2016
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Page 2 of the Use and Care Guide answers this one!
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August 29, 2016
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it absolutely can
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yes
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Brooklyn, NY
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July 2, 2016
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Hi Lois, it will accomodate a 3 gallon or a 5 gallon water bottle. Good luck Lois and I hope this helps you.
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April 6, 2016
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Yes, that was why I bought the unit. Five gallons is too heavy for me to lift easily.
There are others that can accommodate both 3 and 5 gal. bottles, I suggest you consider them.
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August 21, 2015
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Yes, both 3 and 5 gallon jugs will work.
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April 23, 2015
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Hi Lois, yes this dispenser can handle both 3 gallon and 5 gallon water jugs.
Check out page 2 of the use and care manual.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/a6/a6fec609-cd36-4df2-8fa3-1edcf75777b8.pdf
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I am using a primo watercooler and it uses 5 gal bottles with a hole in top with plastic cap can I use on this cooler

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Yes
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Yes, that's what I use and they work great. Also if you buy them from home depot and bring back empties you get a great discount on them.
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Yes that is the design. Tear paper foil off cap and turn over bottle and set it directly on probe of machine. The probe pushes into the bottle cap.
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I think all water coolers now have the point that pokes open the bottle. If not, just remove the cap.
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Yes you can. I purchased this water cooler 6 months ago, running great, set up is easy, and uses 5 gallon plastic water bottles (see photo).
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Do I keep the hot water button on the entire time is is plugged up?

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If you want the unit to dispense hot water when you get ready for it then yes the hot water button needs to be kept on. You could turn it off and on when you need it, but the water takes about 15-20 minutes to heat up which means you will have to wait. I personally keep the hot water heater turned off. I dont need it to dispense hot water plus the hot water heater consumes the bulk of the electricity.
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If I know that I'm not going to need the hot water for a while, I turn off that function on the back of the unit. I have had no problems.
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I assume you are talking about the switch in the back. Yes, if you want on demand hot water just keep this on. The unit will keep the water in that resevoir hot by heating it up as needed.
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Only if you want hot water. I use mine with hot turned off.
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Do you mean plugged in?
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Hot and Cold Water Dispenser is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 88.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Child safe I got this for our church. We put it in the children’s ministry. Those who serve can have cold water on the hot days and come winter if it gets cooler they can have Hot tea or even Hot coco. The best feature no worries of the children getting the hot water on them. You can only access the hot water by pushing in the red tab on the side of the hot water button then depressing it to dispense your hot water, really safe for the children. Helps them get in the habit of drinking good water instead of all the sodas for a healthier future. Perfect for the home, office work shop or any place you may have a need for hot and cold bottled water
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible I got this dispenser because I liked the look. The hot water works. But that's the end of the positive things about it. The water will not get cold. The plastic base is also literally crumbling apart. Every time I push a button a part of the plastic base crumbles off. The dispenser is now tilting precariously. It's been less than 1 week since I bought it. I'm taking it back. This is a terrible waste of money.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works good Works great it's a lil short but what u going to do I go a 2 and 4 year old my 2 year old can't push the water button down witch is a good thing I think but saves me 49 a month with the water delivery so it's great always cold and it's not even all the way on cold good product for the price
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too Loud Bought this product to use when my well was condemned and was waiting for a new well to be drilled. The dispenser does a good job of keeping water cold and hot and ready to drink. The problem is the cooler is extremely loud. This machine is as loud as the basement jet pump when the compressor is running. When the cooler comes on at night, it is loud enough to wake my young children. As soon as I get the new well, this will go straight to the barn where the chickens will have to deal with the noise. It does stay cold and the instant hot water is nice to have for making tea, but the noise is not worth the convenience. I would not recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compact and attractive I have been around several water coolers in my day. This unit by Glacier Bay is a real standout! It is compact, attractive and offers not only cold water but hot water as well. A control knob on the back lets you select the cold water temperature.There is an off and on power switch also on the back to engage the hot water. The only problem I encountered was during the initial cleaning procedure. You have to remove the bottle support collar. I could not do it. It was too hard to get a hold of. My husband was able to remove the collar. From then on everything was fine. The dispenser works quietly and efficiently! I am happy to recommend this product.
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Slim profile, nothing fancy, easy operation This dispenser is a good all-rounder when it comes to appearance, operation, performance and cost. It needed no assembly out of the box. I just had to do the initial cleanup by following the steps in the user manual. It does not come with 5 Gal bottle. To utilize the HOT and COLD water feature, it needs to be plugged into an electric outlet and since it uses 425W for HOT and only 75W for COLD, I have no trouble running it on a 15 amp circuit. The HOT water setting is OFF out of the box and you have to turn it ON which is just as simple as turning a light-switch ON, there is a small ON/OFF switch in the back that controls it. I do like the fact that I can turn the heater OFF when I don’t need it especially in summer time, saves on my electric bill. Also there is a small thermostat feature in the back. Nothing digital, just a small dial that I can twist towards H (high) and L (low). If turned towards L; that means hot water would not be too hot and cold water would not be too cold. I keep it in the middle and it works just fine. I can still use the dispense feature without plugging it in but then the water will be at room temperature. When comes to appearance, it does not have any fancy digital display for temperature and in fact I like it this way. The more digital parts and panels involved, the higher the probability for something to fail. It’s quiet enough that it does not make its presence audible, cools the water fairly quickly and water dispense rate is about right. On the HOT water tap, there is a safety lock, very practical for homes with kids. In my experience, the dispense buttons are relatively hard to press compared to many I used in offices and shops. I see it a good fit for offices, stores, and homes. Give the cost and the features it offers, it a great dispenser.
Date published: 2016-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent water dispenser The dispenser came very well packaged and was in perfect condition out of the box. There is a power switch on the back to enable hot water production. The hot water trigger includes a safety release to protect from accidentally dispensing hot water; a good child safety feature. There are two small lights on the front of the unit that illuminate - red when hot water is ready and blue when cold water is ready. The hot water was available in maybe 10-20 minutes. The cold water took a little longer and was ice cold. The unit is a slim design, very nicely finished and operates quietly.
Date published: 2016-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great water cooler and heater! We got this Hot and Cold water dispenser to use at my wife's office. She loves this unit and so do her coworkers. You can get hot or cold water on demand. There is a blue light for cold and a red light for hot. As long as the light is on the water will be either cold (Blue light) or red (red light). The water is chilled and you can control the temperature via a thermostat on the rear of the unit. You can also turn off the heater for the hot water via a switch on the rear of the unit. The hot water dispenser has a childproof feature for dispensing. The whole office is happy with this unit and they all would recommend it!
Date published: 2016-06-14
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