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Old 10-02-2013, 02:23 PM   #15
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I have been using this for about a year and have had no issues with leaking or breakage. I also have not had any returns or complaints about such an issue.
Could you please tell me what the difference between the flo thu 10000 and the on the go 16000 besides the gains cap?
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About the only other difference than capacity is size. 10000 = 8.5" dia x 20.5" tall & 16000 = 10" dia x 22" tall

They operate the same and we sell just about as many 16000 as we do 10000.
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About the only other difference than capacity is size. 10000 = 8.5" dia x 20.5" tall & 16000 = 10" dia x 22" tall They operate the same and we sell just about as many 16000 as we do 10000.
Resin quality the same?
How much for the 16000 you have and what brand is it?
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We do carry the On The Go Portable Water Softener - Double Standard Model which is the 16,000 grain capacity. Price is $267.80 We sell a ton of them and that is how we can sell that unit so low.
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We do carry the On The Go Portable Water Softener - Double Standard Model which is the 16,000 grain capacity. Price is $267.80 We sell a ton of them and that is how we can sell that unit so low.
Shipping to 81650?
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We purchased our Flow-Pur 10,000 from RV Upgrades almost two years ago and we love it. Easy to maintain and does a great job delivering nice soft water. We haven't experienced any problems with it at all.
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for the Flow-pur 10000 = $30.24
& the on the go double capacity = $31.60
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for the Flow-pur 10000 = $30.24 & the on the go double capacity = $31.60
Do you have high quality quick disconnects. That won't leak ?
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for the Flow-pur 10000 = $30.24 & the on the go double capacity = $31.60
How long till it would get to 81650
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Floe-Pur Regeneration

This morning I regenerated our Flow-Pur 10000 for the first time, having used it for just about three weeks. The test strips showed green when we first got it and they had moved to the 3 gpg point so I decided to regen. I followed the procedure as described in the instructions and then connected every thing back up. Initially the water was cloudy but it eventually cleared so I ran a test strip and it showed 25 gpg (very hard). I have also purchased a digital test meter and it shows 838 ! The EPA recommended is less than 500. What is wrong ???
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This morning I regenerated our Flow-Pur 10000 for the first time, having used it for just about three weeks. The test strips showed green when we first got it and they had moved to the 3 gpg point so I decided to regen. I followed the procedure as described in the instructions and then connected every thing back up. Initially the water was cloudy but it eventually cleared so I ran a test strip and it showed 25 gpg (very hard). I have also purchased a digital test meter and it shows 838 ! The EPA recommended is less than 500. What is wrong ???

I can't help you with your problem, but because this thread is a bit old, I suggest that you put your question in a new post in this category so it may get better exposure.
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I have been using this for about a year and have had no issues with leaking or breakage. I also have not had any returns or complaints about such an issue.
Hi, yes I've had a few connection problems and leaks although I think with some washers and careful selection of hoses I can fix that.

What I wanted to ask was about the internals of it. When I got it I erroneously took the top off thinking that was the salt loading spot. When I got it off I noticed there were two internal tubes and what appeared to be one place to connect a tube. Can someone offer input on how I should reconnect the internal tubes?
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The tube is connected to the output side of the fill port. Here is an updated instruction sheet showing that a little better.

http://www.rvupgradestore.com/v/vspf...stallation.pdf
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