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Old 08-14-2014, 11:22 PM   #1
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BRS - 4 stage Ro-Di system

I have the BRS-4 stage Ro-Di unit and just recently the di canister has started leaking from around the top around the rim. This started after I refilled it with the DI resin. I thought it might have been loose but I undid the top and screwed it back on and still leaking. Any others had this problem before?
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