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The main problems I'm seeing on these posts for this filter are design and operater issues. 1. I never run hot water through the unit in filter mode. 2. I never run cold water through the filter turned on high (pressure issues arise), it doesn't filter the water any faster. You just want enough flow to run through the filter. 3. The steel sleeve was a good solution (again pressure) but came up alittle short (ie my epoxy fix). 4. The light is powered by a chip batterey that is unreplaceable and may be bad. Try reinstalling the cartridge. I personally pay no attention to the lights other than a clue. I change my filter when the taste changes or there becomes a flow issue. 5.There are filter screens prior the filter that can become clogged if you live in a poor water area. 6. The filtered water only comes out of the spigot and no other leaks (something loose or pressure issue).
Put filter in bathtub, or sink if it'll fit, and swish it in the moderately hot soapy water, use can use dish soap. Then rinse off with moderatelyhot water but not scalding, then tamp it off onto a towel to get as much water off of it as you can. Your supposed to then let it dry for a while before reuse.