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Plumbing for RO & RODI

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So it is my hopes that I will be able to make RO water for drinking, and RODI water for the aquarium. I’m wanting to put an auto shut off on the RODI so that I can leave the water supply on to fill the reservoir. I installed a T that only allows flow in the direction it is set to. So it will default to the DI canister and only be switched to drinking water when I’m filling a 5g jug. Because of this I moved one of the inlets for the auto shut off from pre RO canister to PRE DI canister. That way the T can be switched to drinking water and the float valve not stop flow through the RO canister. With this set up when I close the float valve I still get waste flow. What am I doing wrong!!!

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Not sure on the answer but many of the kits come with option for drinking water   I would think if you put a T after membrane you would get RO WATER before going to DI chsmber

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6 minutes ago, viper55 said:

Not sure on the answer but many of the kits come with option for drinking water   I would think if you put a T after membrane you would get RO WATER before going to DI chsmber

That’s how I have it set up but the auto shut off is not working correctly 

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I think I might have a faulty auto shut off. I removed everything that I wanted to achieve and plumbed it like the BRS video. It still did not shut off the waste flow. I sent an email out to BRS.

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