7 Most Common RO Water Purifier Problems

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 There is no drink that can quench our thirst better than water and this is what we lose every day. What we are saying about this statement is that global clean water resources are running out and we do not know when saltwater will run out. Or we are talking about the current situation with regard to water. To meet the demand for water, the government must purify water from a variety of sources in order to protect its use. But despite all these efforts, many regions in our country are receiving poor quality water and if we continue to consume it, we will no doubt face serious health problems.

Clean drinking water and health go hand in hand. If you want to make sure your family health is good make sure you have access to clean water for cooking and drinking, for this reason your RO water purifier should be in good condition and keep your RO water filter working in good condition for many years to come, you have to take very good care of it. We have tried to cover all the basic issues in these seven points that you can deal with with your RO cleaning program.

7 Most Common RO Water Purifier Problems

  • Leaking Water : One of the most common problems is RO water leaks. You can see the water puddle around your RO from time to time. You may notice this because the connecting pipes are loose, which leads to water leakage. You should double check that all plumbing fixtures are in place securely. Call a RO specialist if you notice any leaks or leaks. If not repaired immediately, leaks in a water filter can cause many problems. The technician will thoroughly inspect the water purifier to find the source of the leak.

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  • Water purifier gives off a dirty or unpleasant taste of water : It is possible that the biofilm has accumulated in one or more stages of your RO or UV water purifier, resulting in an unusual odorless water or flavor. Biofilm is a layer of living and inorganic matter that forms in the water purifier. As a result, the amount of pollution in the water is increasing. Any blocked filters or membranes should be replaced as soon as possible. Check to see if the taste or smell of water has improved once the filters and membranes have changed. Note that you change the filters every 12 months.
  • Water flows slower than usual : It is because you have a lower volume or lower water pressure if your water purifier removes less purified water and fills only half a glass at a time. A minimum pressure of 40 to 60 PSI (pounds per square inch) is required for the RO  water purifier to function properly. It is also possible that the shells of the water filter are blocked due to soil compaction, which leads to delays in water production. When the filters close, replace them with a water purifier specialist.
  • The Faucet of the Water Purifier is making strange noise : The air that is pumped out of the system causes strange noises from the faucet, especially after installing filters and membranes. It may also be caused by changes in the water pressure of the system. If the sound persists after changing the filter, consult a professional to make sure the tube is properly positioned. If the water tank valve is not properly closed, sound may be.
  • Failure of Auto Shut-Off :  If the RO water storage tank fills up to a certain level, the cleaning process automatically shuts off. The water would overflow in the last tank because of this.
  • Waste water in abundance :   Regardless of the product type, all RO water plants produce stagnant or waste water. This RO waste water is contaminated with soluble solvents and should not be consumed. The reason for this is the presence of TDS and salt in the water. Stop wasting water by learning to reuse waste waste RO. If your purifier creates an unusually large amount of contaminated water, the RO membrane is almost closed. The RO membrane will be sealed with all soluble solvents trapped at the top if not replaced in time.
  • The RO water tank isn’t filling up : Improper RO membrane may be the cause of the water tank not being fully filled. The immovable RO membrane is a barrier that allows water molecules to pass in one direction while preventing pollutants such as dust, dirt, germs, leading to clean and safe drinking water. The process of filtering water decreases and the water level drops as the membrane closes after a few months of use. To avoid any health problems, the membrane should be replaced if it is blocked or damaged.

Therefore, call the RO Repair technician from time to time. RO Water Purifier Varanasi  is a one-stop shop for all your RO service or AMC related issues and queries, unless you call various people or ask for phone numbers. We aim to provide a state-of-the-art professional center for repair, installation, and RO service.