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Just had a reveser osmosis system installed, #GXRM10G. Five blue lights appeared when the battery was installed. Water ran into it for 6 or 7 hours; however, a day later it continues to run water with the constant sound of water going down the drain. Is something wrong? Shouldn't it turn off when filled?

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Dear customer,
check the following and see whether your problem is solved

  • Inspect the seals for the main tub, float, heating element and blower diffuser
  • Check for overfilling
  • Inspect the water and drain hoses
  • Inspect the door gaskets
  • Check the water inlet valve
  • Check the pump
  • check air gap.
hope u find this to be useful. thank you for using fixya.

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