Hi, I am new to this forum so I hope this question hasn't been asked before. We have a pentair water cleaning system. We have recently noticed that the potassium permaganate is ending up in our water tank. We have tried doing the obvious remedies but nothing seems to work. So the system is being bypassed at the moment. Any ideas on how we can remedy this?
Is the time of day set correctly and is the filter programmed to regenerate when no water is being used?
Is there more water in the PP tank than normal?
How old is the filter or, how long have you had it? Has it worked in the past or not?
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I had a customer wit the same problem......pink water and the dog paid the price. LOL
hehe, wouldnt surprise me. When the water comes out of the faucet like that, it is scary.
Personally, i like trying to rinse down pyrolox, that media is dirtier than... dirt.
Carbsorb is another, it can run to the drain looking like the river from Charlie and the chocolate factory for hours during the startup procedure. 9% ash doesnt help.