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  1. #1
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    Dec 2011
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    Default Air in reverse osmosis system

    We have had RO system for about 5 years now, and of late I have to open the faucet that is mounted to the counter daily to "vent" off air that is in the water line. I am not sure where the air is entering the system. There are no leaks, assuming pressure on the line would make that obvious. So I at a loss as to where the issue starts. Not familiar with how the RO works, so I am open to any thoughts.

    dave althouse

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    Default Re: Air in reverse osmosis system

    If you have a regular installation reverse osmosis system, check your sink mounted faucet. It could have a problem with the built in air gap. Also make sure your filters are clean.

    I hope this helps.

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