Well I'm going to attempt to install my RO
filter today. I plan to install it under the sink, in a semi-permanent way. I'm going to go to Lowe's in a bit to find a tee connection for my cold water supply. Then I'll hook up the supply line from the ro
to it. I have a pic of someone else's tee connector below.
My question is about the drain line. I have done a ton of reading on forums to figure this out. I'm not a DIY person nor a plumber so I'm a little anxious about doing this! I don't want to mess it up. Most people drill a hole in their drain pipe under the sink and connect the waste line of the ro
into that. I cannot do that. I live with my parents who would not appreciate a hole in their pipes. Plus I plan to move out within the next year with my ro
One post I was reading on another forum said the drain line has to work by gravity? I could have misread it. I was planning on either draining the waste into the tub or the sink, but neither would be by gravity, as there would be some uphill movement needed. Is this possible or will I have to figure something else out?
I planned on doing the install today, but I can do atleast part of it with what I know now.