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Old 03-15-2007, 07:40 PM   #1
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RO/DI Unit

I'm looking to buy a new RO/DI unit. Anyone have one of these?? I've never heard of this brand before and i don't know if i would be able to get replacement parts or membranes easily.

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If you scroll down near the bottom they have replacement parts. Looks like a pretty good one to me. I got mine from the good doctors and paid 3 times as much as you are. Good Luck. Moved to General hardware and equipment discussion.
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Don't miss the fine print... depending on which you believe, it either "costs" $37.50 or $32.50 for shipping/handling. Granted... assembling filters isn't rocket science, but sometimes you get what you pay for.
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I have that exact unit and have had it over a year now, it works great!! Spend about 30 bucks and get the TDS meter that hooks directly into the unit...shows the water going in and water coming out. Great unit!! All of the parts and filters are universal. They are not brand specific.....These guys just put them together....
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