Dismantling a connected ionizer from the tap. Pull the plug from the socket. Then I unscrew the diverter valve from the tap. If it gets difficult, water pump pliers are helpful. With a 12mm spanner I unscrew the union nut from the pinch screw. Because the hose can be difficult to remove, I just cut it off after the hose nozzle with scissors. What remains on the hose piece I cut a with a utility knife and then bend the hose off. To remove the adapter I use carefully the water pump pliers and unscrew the adapter. I remove the seal and put it back in the aerator which I kept with the stopper. Screw the aerator on by hand and everything is back to normal. Switch the ionizer "ON", now water can flow through the device. Now remove the suction cap and then unscrew the dispensing hose. Insert the rubber stopper and place the machine upright. Here I switch off the main switch. Using the connector tools I remove the hoses from their connections and wipe up any water immediately with a cloth. Next, I press the 1/4 " plug in the connectors to prevent water from leaking and dry everything off nicely. I now turn the device back on its feet and these are all parts that I dismantled. And you remember, the whole thing looked like this before the installation.