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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by J and S, Sep 24, 2016.

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  1. J and S

    J and S Active Member
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    The first filter on my Ro...the one with the sediment in..is turning green is this normal?
    The water is still coming out at 2/3 from a TDS of around 105 so it seems to be working fine.
     
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  2. Nudel

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    The sediment on my friends huge RO system turned black, he just rinsed it to make it clear again.

    From what I understand they do have a somewhat limited lifespan, so a change every now and then is probably a good idea.
     
  3. daveyboy

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    Is it kept in sunlight?
    Green would mean algae which is not good
    They are cheap as chips so i would replace it
     
  4. J and S

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    What daveyboy ..buy the canister with the sediment in...what are they called.
     
  5. J and S

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    Ah sediment pre filter.
     
  6. abs

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    If the water is still 2/3 then nothing to worry about really, simply rinse them every now and then ,I get it on my clear resin cases very month
     
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