Question about Culligan Under Sink Water Filter
Turn the water supply to filter system off, open the faucet to relieve the pressure.
It depends are where it is leaking form. If you just changed the filter it is either not on all way, the o-ring is pinched or missing, or the inlet line, outlet line (or both) were worked loose and are leaking.
Check the feed valve to the filter also. If it is a saddle/ piercing valve it may be leaking. After opening and closing these valves several times the "packing nut" may work loose and the valve leaks. Tighten this very slightly until leak stops. Here is a diagram of a saddle/piercing valve.
The packing nut is right below the T handle as in this picture. There is seal under the packing nut and this is where it can leak from when the nut works loose. AGAIN tighten this very slightly to stop the leak.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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