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Reverse Osmosis System leaking water

I have a Kenmore Elite Reverse Osmosis System Model No. 625.385560. When the Osmosis sytem is filling up water is linking just below the six screws, once the water system stops filling up the leaking stops.

What could be causing this? Is there a gasket under the six screws or a hose off? What should I look for or do I have to buy a new system?

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Sam A
Thank you for your question on why the automatic shut off valve is leaking during fill.

To figure out which part is the problem you will need to depressurize the system and drain the tank with the faucet.

Then remove the 6 screws on the top of the automatic shut off valve cover and check the cover for any cracks.

If you do not see any then look at the whit plastic diaphragm for any cracks or creases in the material.

I would recommend replacing the PLUNGER & SPACER RING KIT and the DIAPHRAGM KIT.

If the cover has a crack in it then you will also need the cover.

7234325 RING KIT 1 7.15 7.15 625385560 ECODN

- PLUNGER & SPACER RING KIT



7250876 DIAPHRAGM KT 1 5.99 5.99 625385560 ECODN



7273345 AUTOMATIC SH cover 1 7.49 7.49 625385560 ECODN

You can order these parts from:

Sears Parts Direct

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I hope this will help with your leaking valve body.

Please let me know what you find and we can continue to troubleshoot if you need it.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

Sam A.
by Sam A Earned 707 community points in Kenmore
September 13th, 2011
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Water treatment system for the home offer many benefits. I see your unit is leaking. While you wait for the expert to review your model, you might check the two previous expert posts below to see if one looks like the same issue. I also added the Sears Home Services link if you decide you would like to schedule a technician to diagnose and make repairs.
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September 11th, 2011
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