Its the one from purewaterclub.com thats on dozens of threads. A ro
should produce zero. Its only 2.5 months old so thats a little disheartening. Replacing the di
as well as removing the restrictor should help bring it back down though. The ro
membrane is like a bunch of rubber bands stacked together the water pressure forces them apart but not by much. Removing the restrictor allows the sediment in the membrane to be pushed out. At least thats my understanding of why the flush valve works.
I will be replacing pieces of the unit as time goes on which was my original plan. Spend 60 to get in the game and improve later. It could be that i have no way to secure my resin tube to be vertical, it just rests agaist the wall and has fallen to be horizontal more than once.