Water, Water, Slow Filtered Water Sucks
How to fix the low-pressure issue on a sink Reverse Osmosis System when it takes forever to get a glass of water. Be careful when doing this you don’t want to destroy the blatter in your Reverse Osmosis Tank. If you are using an air compressor like us, keep the pressure down and go slow, you don’t want to damage the tank.
Speaking to going slow, we took our time, we added air till the flow was similar to that of when we installed the system. With the tap open as we add air pressure to the reverse osmosis tank, we are less likely to cause any damage. Even if we added a little too much pressure to the system, the water would bleed out of the reverse osmosis tank going back to the city water pressure.
Pump It Up, Don’t Blow It Up
In our video we show you how we fixed our system, we are not saying this will work for your reverse osmosis system. Do your research before attempting anything we have done, always seek professional help when in doubt.
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- 00:00 How To Fix Reverse Osmosis Slow Flow, Easy Re-Pressurize System Tank
- 01:38 Before With Low Reverse Osmosis Water Pressure
- 02:32 Steps To Fix Water Pressure For Reverse Osmosis
- 04:55 Fixed The Pressure Now We Test The Reverse Osmosis System
- 05:42 Our Finally Thoughts On This Simple Fix To Get Pressure Back For A Reverse Osmosis
- 08:37 Bloopers And Outtakes For How To Fix Reverse Osmosis Slow Flow
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