- Check to see if the lever is up on the leak detector. If it is, the device has gotten wet or has been tripped.
- Inspect the area under the sink for leaks.
- Remove wet cotton sensor and replace with a new one. There may be a little brown box on the bracket of the Reverse Osmosis with an extra sensor.
- Push the lever back down and the system should turn back on and start making more water. You may hear the water running. It typically takes about 2 hours to fill the tank.
- Check back in about an hour to be sure the Reverse Osmosis is not leaking. If it is leaking please call to schedule a service call.