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HOW to REPLACE your REVERSE OSMOSIS TANK

HOW to REPLACE your REVERSE OSMOSIS TANK

Getting very little flow from your Reverse Osmosis faucet? Reverse Osmosis tank not filling up or maybe the tank is full but nothing is coming out? Maybe you keep running out of water because your tank is too small for your family? How long do ro tanks last anyway? Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems offer truly amazing technology to give your family super pure drinking water, but they make water very slowly which is why the tank becomes so important to get the water to your family quickly. If you aren’t sure how these Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water systems work, check out my YouTube video here    • HOW does a REVERS...   You would want to replace your tank because it’s no longer filling up or pushing out the water you need for your family or you run out of capacity too early. If you find that you get very little water from your tank, before the flow slows to a trickle, you might be able to recharge it by following the advice in another video of mine, I’ll put the link in the description here    • Reverse Osmosis T...   Keep in mind that the new tanks do not come with the shut off pre installed because we don’t know what size tubing you have going to the tank. We have lots of tank sizes available here https://waterestore.ca/search?type=pr... and the two most common shut off valves here https://waterestore.ca/search?type=pr... If you’re not sure which one you need just measure the width, or diameter of your tubing with a ruler. To remove your old tank: 1) Shut off the flow to the tank 2) Shut off the flow of water going to your Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water system 3) Open the faucet to release the pressure. 4) Place some towels under the tank as there will be a little water spilled. 5) Disconnect the tank from the tubing following the procedure in this video    • How to use Quick ...   To install the new tank: 1) Wrap Teflon tape around the threads, about 3 turns. 2) Screw on the tank shut off valve. 3) Push the tubing into the tank shut off valve and pull back to make sure that it is tight. 4) Turn on the water to the Reverse Osmosis drinking water system and monitor it over the next couple of hours to make sure there are no leaks as the tank fills with water and pressure increases. You can even add a second tank to your existing tank to increase flow and capacity by adding a Tee to connect them together. Just make sure you get the right size tee for your size tubing https://waterestore.ca/products/john-... For my next video on Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems click here and I’ll see you there!    • Reverse Osmosis B...   Any questions or comments about this video? Please enter them below, I read them all and would love to respond to yours. LOVE GARY THE WATER GUY AND WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WATER FILTRATION FOR YOUR FAMILY? HERE ARE SOME NEXT STEPS! Sign up to keep in touch with Gary! https://mailchi.mp/waterestore.com/su... 2) LET’S CONNECT! https://www.facebook.com/WaterEstore/ https://twitter.com/WaterEstore https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-... https://www.instagram.com/Water_Estore/ https://www.instagram.com/WaterStoreM... 3) CONTACT! info@WaterEstore.com or info@WaterStoreMidland.com 4) SHOP! Midland https://www.WaterStoreMidland.com Canada https://www.WaterEstore.ca USA https://www.WaterEstore.com Please share this video    • HOW to REPLACE yo...