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Old 12-11-2009, 10:55 AM   #15
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To cure the RO reject water flow into the sewer system and stop the flow of city water into the house system on an Apex just a valve is needed. Below is a copy of scratchings I made of Lyle's Apex water system while trying to remedy these problems. I had planed to draw it nicely later, but haven't gotten around to it. Basil added the red labels. If you follow the water out of the pump, you will see where it goes to a tee, down to the house and up to a check valve. The check valve was added as the "first fix," I decided that a valve would work better and I think that Lyle has changed that now. The only time that the valve would need to be open, would be to run untreated city water directly to the house.

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Old 12-11-2009, 03:04 PM   #16
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Thanks Dale, makes perfect sense to me now (pipe diagrams always help when you are a Chemical Engineer!). I may have found a holiday break project, or two, as I also want to add the RO boost pump as others have done. Now my list includes; replace the APEX's tank sensors with the new ones from SilverLeaf, install a RO boost pump, Install a valve (possible a "good" check valve or ball valve), replace the batteries, and perform service on the engine and Genset including oil changes, filter changes and lube service. Should be done in a day or two!
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