OmniFilter RO2000 Series B
I guess the best place to start is the beginning, so this might get too lengthy if I don't paraphrase...
Bought a place about a year ago with filter installed...
Filter worked fine, water tasted great...
Had help remodeling kitchen...
Helpers unhooked filter...
Helpers tossed old lines...
(The lines were very disgusting, horrible iron content in water here)
Just now getting around to attempting to hook it back up. I am 98% sure I have all the new lines ran properly, but I have no water coming out of the faucet at all. (I guess there could be some running thru it to the drain, hard for me to tell)
This is how I have the lines ran:
Water supply in to Sediment in.
Pre-Carbon out to the small side of the auto shut off valve.
Small side of the auto shut off valve to the screw cap side of the Membrane.
-After this connection it splits into two lines-
Grey connection with the little black tube to the small nipple on the faucet.
(Small leak from the line connection here, by the way)
White connection to the big side of the auto shut off valve.
Big side of the auto shut off valve to the "T" connector.
One side of the "T" connector to the Post-Carbon.
The other side of the "T" connector to the tank.
(Tank shows 55lbs of pressure)
Post-Carbon out feeds the bottom of the post for the faucet.
The faucet has a large line dumping into the drain.
If I can get help figuring out why I have no water coming out of the faucet, that would be great... as well as figuring out how to stop that leak I mentioned...
Last edited by Andy CWS; 07-02-2010 at 05:13 PM.
Cancel that... Membrane was/is plugged. For the price of a new one, I could buy an entire newer system.
Thanks for looking!
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When they were founded in 1970, their mission was to make affordable residential h2o filtration products. They are still going strong today which says a lot about the longevity and quality of the company.