Question about Water Heaters
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The red button is a pressure relieve valve. If the system is leaking from the valve, try pushing the valve up from the underside of the cap where the valve is located. If this does not work the housing needs to be replaced. You do not have to replace this with a name brand like GE. All you need to do is make sure the housing that you are purchasing is the same size.
Example of Replacement Filter Housing: http://www.freshwatersystems.com/c-107-filter-housings.aspx
FreshWaterSystems.com: The Water Super Store: 1-877-335-3339
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
before putting cover on, chk the button to make sure it isn't staying depressed and see what the button is doing when depressed. The cover may have to be in a certain position. with the cover in place, gently rotate untill button pops up
Posted on May 07, 2009
To replace the filter cartridge. Do the following;
1. Assuming that you have a pump in your water filter
system, shut it off.
2 Close the intake valve before your filter system.
3.To relieve the pressure, open the faucet after your
filter system. Any of your faucet for that matter.
4.Once the pressure is relieved, you can of course
replace the the filter cartridge.
the filter cartridge
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Testimonial: "That worked, thank you! After I removed the canister I inspected the pressure relief valve and couldn't see anything wrong with it. Thanks again."
SOURCE: i have a whole house
I would shop around for a different water filter supplier...there is no reason ofr that happening unless you are not changing the filters regularly...like once a month...
most filters are a standard size and it should be easy to get them somewhere else...
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
It sounds like there is quite a bit of sediment in the water. The filter you are using may be a very fine micron 5-10. Try using a 30-50 micron filter.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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