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My automatic shut off is leaking in my reverse osmosis system. I don't know if I should order a new check valve, diaphram, plunger, spacer ring or what?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
July 12th, 2010

Model #, Kenmore Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System has a leak around the automatic shut off cover, originating under the arm connecting the shutoff assembly and the check valve. There is a small notch there, and the water leaks out under pressure. I don't know if I should order all of the parts to the shutoff assembly to fix the leak or if I just need a spacer ring or a diaphram, or if the check valve should be replaced as well. What parts are recommended for replacement if the shutoff cover is leaking?

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Hey there, I see you are having problems with your appliance. If you would like you may visit the sears home services website. I have attached the link below. I hope this helps.
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July 12th, 2010
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