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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 15th, 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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When water leaks around or through the vent openings of the shut off valve it is because one of the diaphragms inside the shut off valve is leaking.

To repair the leak, replace item 12 in the parts diagram. This is a kit that contains 2 diaphragms. The part number is 7250876, and the cost is around $6.00.
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July 15th, 2010
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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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