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That will happen with any and all iron sinks. When the temperature from ice cools the sink & the air in the house is hot then condensation will form quicker. To stop this I would suggest you melt the ice by spraying sink tap water on ice.
Turn off water at wall valve under sink. Turn on tap to ensure valve is shut off. Remove tap handle. Remove cap, collar or bushing holding shaft in place. Shaft may need to screwed out to remove. Replace washer on end of shaft, then re-install parts in reverse order.
There is a blue cap on the body of the white pressurized water tank. Twisting off the blue cap, you will see a air nozzle - similar as those on the tire. You need to pressurized the tank to 60 PSI. I spend hours to figure out this solution on my own system.
If it is a tub there is a rubber gasket on overflow behind the plate on the back side of the tub check gasket if there are gaps try to tighten screws if that does not work put a bead of silicone around gasket to fill the gaps I also put a little dap of silicone on the screws before installing them
Is it a single handle or double handle faucet?
If it is a single:
1. Remove handle via setscrew the side of the handle
(possibly under a decorative cap with the company name)
2. Unscrew the packing nut holding the valve cartridge in
3. Remove cartridge and access washers
For double handle
1. Remove decorative cap on top of handle with a think screw driver.
2. Remove handle and packing nut holding the valve stem in place
3. Remove valve stem and body to access washers and o-rings.
Remember to turn water off at the source prior to doing any work.
Replacement is just reverse of removal and don't forget to use a washer grease on all washers/o-rings when reassembling.
Your question is: You have a reverse osmosis water filter. The other day water production went from over a gallon of filtered water to 3/4 of a cup. You changed the filters thinking that may be the problem, but that did not solve anything. What else could be wrong with it?
This is a common problem. Can also be very frustrating. A small bit of debrie has been brought up by the flowing water and is stuck somewhere. As you can imagine this will restrict the flow. I would start with the on/off valve next to the cold water line first. Turn the water off first and take it apart checking for obstructions. Then work your way down checking the lines and any place you can. It's helpfull to have a bit of wire to probe with. If you turn it back on and the problem still persists then you missed it. Try again. Good luck.
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