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Old 01-09-2018, 12:06 AM   #1
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Kantleak System, Water Pump, & Water Filter

I thought I would share my recent discovery related to the Anderson Kantleak system, water pump, and water filter in hopes that it helps others. I recently had the issue where my fresh water tank was filling up. I presumed it was my Shurflo check valve (usually first issue) so I replaced it. My fresh water tank kept filling up. I contacted Anderson Brass and they sent me a new 4-way valve and that fixed my issue. Apparently they do go bad.
We were recently in Utah where the water is very hard and my fresh water tank started filling up again so I replaced the water pump check valve agan and it fixed the problem but I had very low water pressure on city water. I pulled my entire wet bay apart and put PTFE tape around all connections thinking I had a small leak somewhere. Come to find out it was the water filter I installed. As you know, most water filters are not directional but apparently the one I purchased was. So, moral of the story is donít be this guyÖ If you have low water pressure, check your water filter. Hope everyone has a great day.

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Old 01-10-2018, 03:24 AM   #2
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Anderson also sent me a new valve assembly because mine was bad. I also put in a manual valve shut off, on the fill hose next to the fresh water tank, cheap fix and 100% positive in case it happens again.
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