Question about KitchenAid (KSRD22FKST) Side by Side Refrigerator
Hello, first open the Reverse Osmosis faucet and see what the pace of the drip or water stream is. It should be a constant rapid drip. If it is, next disconnect the drain line of the RO System from the Drain Saddle Clamp attached to the plumbing under the sink. The Drain Water should be a "Steady Slow Stream" of water. If it is, next, take a Tire Pressure Gauge and attach it to the Shrader (Tire Valve) Valve at the bottom, side, or top of the storage tank to see what the air pressure is inside of the tank. The Tank pressure should be a minimum of 8-10 psi when completely empty of water. If the tank is empty you should be able to pick it up rather easy. If the air pressure is good in the tank, then next remove the primary Pre-Filter Cartridge from the first filter housing and reattach the filter housing. See if the Dripping from the RO faucet increases in Velocity or Pressure. If so, simply replace the filter. After performing these tests let me know what you discover. Thanks, Victor
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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