Love our Aquasauna but it keeps siphoning from the filter box and dripping and dripping and dripping. My wife left a gallon jug underneath it before we went to work and it leaked over a gallon of water in less than seven hours. If I crack one of the caps on the filter box it stops the siphoning and the box stops dripping but then when we use the Aquasauna water runs out of the top of the filter box.
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this device is a siphon overflow , care will need to be given in keeping it clean and sealed well or siphon will be lost and yes tank can overflow ive been told a small bubbler in middle section as a tickler will keep siphon going better , im not a great fan of siphon type over flows , but if you have the means a hole type overflow is far superior to this ,way less probelms
Take out the back panel inside your freezer and locate the drip line in there, it should be some where under the coils, check if its blocked up with ice, if it is you need to unclog it. there should also be a wire that runs into that drip line (it helps defrost that line) you might need to replace that wire.
How much oil does the air filter have in it? If it's over oiled, it will drip into the box and fill up the drain plug.
The foam filter that comes with our atv requires oil to trap dirt. Some people unknowingly will apply too much oil and it will drip, especially when it's hot out.
Take the filter off, clean it with Dawn Dishwashing liquid. be sure he filter is dry, then re oil. I like Uni oil in he aerosol can. Spray it evenly but not too much, then rub it in with your hands, have a rag ready.
unfortunately most fuel tanks are made so you can no longer siphon gas through the fill tube. if you want the fuel that badly you could disconnect the fuel line from the fuel filter and wait for it to drip out.
Sounds like you need to replace the water solenoid valve, located where the water line connects to the back of the fridge, usually behind the fiber cover at the bottom.
These valves are damaged by dirt in the lines. Dirt and scale roughs up the valve needle and seat, and leak more with lower water pressure.
You can get valvesand valve kits from appliance part stores, Home depot or sears parts via ordering. I highly suggest an external in-line filter that will stop this forever, and suppliment the internal filter for taste. If particles are damaging this valve, it is also slowly causing damage to the other water valves in the bathrooms and toilets. If you have to replace valve washers a lot, then a whole house filter would be worth it.
Had the same problem after replacing over seven water valves and installing a water regulator in the water line to the refrigerator with no help. Had to reduce the water pressure to about 27 pounds the reduce most of the drips. It drips an amount about the size of a quarter and when the water gets the coldest it stops the drip, but there is always a droplet at the end of the water disperser tube.
The problem is with water stored in the refrigerator side of the box. Water come in and does not leak. After the water gets colder it expands and oozes drips from the water dispenser. It is worse with the roll of tubing behind the crisper drawer on the bottom, because there is no room for expansion in the tubing. We replaced the tubing with and older style tank and it helped some, but not completely. The solution is 1. Try to buy a refrigerator with a tank instead of the roll of tubing in the bottom of the refrigerator side. 2. Don't use the water dispenser. 3. Reroute the tubing directly to the water dispenser and bypass going into the refrigerator, the water will not be as cold. 4. Avoid those built by Whirlpool.
Plug off the wall, etc. Remove the rear cover. There is a thin tube coming from the control panel area to the base where the water exits, this should not be blocked, remove from top and blow to check, refit.This tube controls the water level.
Next clean out your outlet filter, it could be clogged, refit.
Another thing that could be the problem: Try to take the top of the machine off; there are three tubes coming into the dispenser box, these may hv come loose or something. Connect well.