Replacement Water Dispenser Spigot


Reduce downtime with our easy-to-install replacement water dispenser spigots with a child lock option. Just twist, lift, and replace your water cooler spigot so you can get back to healthy hydration. Available in blue (cold) or red (hot). Both colors come with a child-lock water dispenser operation!


Delivery is available to Cleveland, Akron, Youngstown, Lorain, and the surrounding suburbs in Northeast, Ohio. Check our service area here.

  • Includes lever and coupling
  • Water dispenser spout child lock option
  • Compatible with most top-brand water coolers and point-of-use filters, including Oasis, Crystal Springs, Elkay, Ebco, Halsey Taylor, Cordley, Tempright, and Sunroc

Watch this video to learn how to install a replacement water cooler spigot on your 5-gallon dispenser.

Additional information


Blue $5., Blue (Child Proof) $5., Red (Child Proof) $5.

Installation instructions

Safety First

  • Always unplug your water cooler before disassembling it.
  • Make sure the hot water tank switch (if applicable) is turned off.


  • Remove the water bottle.
  • Drain any remaining water by pressing the dispenser levers.

Remove the old spigot:

  • Find the coupling nut on the base of the broken spigot (where it connects to the dispenser).
  • Using a wrench (adjustable or crescent wrench may be best), carefully unscrew the coupling nut counter-clockwise.
  • Remove the old spigot.

Install the New Spigot:

  • Place the new spigot in the same position as the old one.
  • Screw the coupling nut onto the new spigot by hand-tightening first.
  • Use the wrench to tighten the nut further, but be careful not to over-tighten and damage the spigot or threads.

Flush the System (for cold dispensers only):

  • Pour about a gallon of clean tap water into the reservoir.
  • Hold down both spigots to flush out any debris or air pockets.

Prime the Hot Water Tank (for hot and cold dispensers only):

  • Refill the reservoir with clean tap water.
  • Load the 5-gallon water bottle onto the dispenser.
  • Once the hot water tank is full, dispense 2-3 cups of water from the hot water spigot (usually red) to remove any air and prime the tank.

Finishing Up:

  • Once you’re confident there are no leaks, and everything is reassembled properly, plug the water cooler back in.
  • Place a fresh bottle on the cooler.
  • If your dispenser has a hot water tank switch, turn it on.

The hot water tank should take about 5 minutes to heat up. After that, you’ll have cold and (if applicable) hot water dispensing from your cooler!


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