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Old 03-03-2010, 02:10 PM   #11
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That's ok. I tend to get a head of my self. Thanks. I let the water sit for 24-30 hours before i add it. I use a floating hydrometer and a refractometer. thanks for the help.

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Another thought about DI resin... when it is fully used up, if you let it stay in there too long, it is possible for the resin to leach the contaminants it has "locked up" back into your RO water. Depending on the TDS of your incoming water, you could actually end up with higher TDS water coming out than going in.

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