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Old 11-11-2004, 05:41 PM   #11
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I was having trouble with PO4 in my RO/DI water. It was .1. I just got back from the LFS and got a new sedement prefilter, a new carbon filter and for the third stage I got a special filter that is specifically designed to remove PO4. I did not change the resin in my DI membrane and never knew this could be done. Should I still plan on replacing the resin? Will this help with PO4 issues? Thanks...Lando

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