Changing Your Reverse Osmosis Filters

This questions is one of the most asked question that we answer all day long:
HOW DO I CHANGE MY REVERSE OSMOSIS FILTERS?!

People call in specifically for help, whether they're customers or not.  Why pay for service when it's simple (although quite a few steps) and you can do it yourself?  This yearly task doesn't have to be complicated!

While each reverse osmosis system may be different, the process is relatively the same.  We have a video showing how to change your reverse osmosis filters, and a step by step guide.

How To Change Your RO Filters:

First and the most important step: Turn off your RO system's inlet water feed.

Second and equally important step: Open your faucet and let the pressure out of the system.  If you don't do this, you're going to end up with a flooded kitchen.

Once the pressure is off your system, you can open the water filter housings and dump out the water.

Remove the old filters (make sure they match the reverse osmosis filters you purchased) and throw them away.

Close up your reverse osmosis system, but DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN other wise you can pinch and roll the o-rings and cause yet another leak.

Turn your water back on to the system and make sure there are no leaks.

If you'd like a more detailed guide and a video on how to change your reverse osmosis filters, we have that as well!

As always, any questions, you can always contact us, Reverse Osmosis Superstore, and we'll be glad to help you out with your RO water system.

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