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Hey everyone, hope you are all well!

Hopefully a straightforward tap in to your vast collective knowledge-

I have changed for a bigger booster pump on my RO system - and it’s great, doubled my water output- but sounds like ball bearings rattling around inside!  Anyone come across this before? Suggestions? Could just be a new noise from a new pump that I’m not used to but thought I’d check for peace of mind.

Jet 1100 booster sound.mp3

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Sounds like air in the system, or you don’t have enough flow. Mine also gets noisy when the pre-filter gets clogged and need changing

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1 minute ago, AGlassAct said:

Sounds like air in the system, or you don’t have enough flow. Mine also gets noisy when the pre-filter gets clogged and need changing

Thanks, wondered that-new prefilters as well so shouldn’t be that, but we do sometimes have problems with low water pressure, just assumed the booster pump would overcome that.

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I cannot get the video to play but mine sounds what you have described and it’s still going 7 years later 😂😂😂 I just shut the van doors that makes it a bit quieter. 

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1 minute ago, Pjj said:

I cannot get the video to play but mine sounds what you have described and it’s still going 7 years later 😂😂😂 I just shut the van doors that makes it a bit quieter. 

Thanks pjj-That’s great to know, it’s just an audio file not video as my phone will only shoot in 4K so about 1/2sec of the maximum file size! 
It does occasionally sound like loads of bubbles going through so perhaps it’s a low water supply....

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Run your system for 5-10 minutes without the booster pump to allow the air to pass through all so make sure every fitting is tightened up or pushed in or whatever it maybe. I also find sometimes quickly flushing the system can push the air through quickly and the it will settle down. 

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Booster pumps will make loads of noise if they cannot get enough water. You often find this when someone in your house turns on the tap.

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30 minutes ago, doug atkinson said:

Booster pumps will make loads of noise if they cannot get enough water. You often find this when someone in your house turns on the tap.

True, I try and remember to fill the kettle etc before production

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