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They are a team of highly skilled and top rated Water Purifier technician. Their motto is to provide quality and timely service to the customers with expert knowledge, skills and promptness.
They deal in resolving complex issues such as like RO not working, RO making noise, RO Water tastes bad or has foul odor, RO filter change, RO membrane replacement and more. Provides repair and maintenance of all types of RO water purifier brands such as Kent, Pureit, Eureka, Panasonic, Aquaguard.Totally reliable and provides timely execution.
Our experience and skilled RO Water Purifier technicians repair all the major brands of RO System such as:
Kent RO repair
Pureit Water Purifier Repair
Aquagaurd RO Repair
Eureka RO Repair
Livpure RO Repair
It includes the complete diagnosis of the RO purifier system to understand the root cause of the problem. Checking of filters, membrane, water motor, pump, connecting pipes, and other parts. In case any fault is diagnosed, the part repair or replacement work is carried out.
The expected turnaround time is 2 hours. Most repair work takes minimum 20-30 minutes. However, the time for RO repair depends on the problem as well. So, if the problem is not resolved then you will be informed in advance.
That totally depends on the issue. If the issue is minor then the repair will be done at you place otherwise it will be taken.
Only 100% genuine and original RO purifier parts are used for RO repair.
Our professional will get the spare parts and the invoice will be provided to you for the same or the clients can also get the spare parts themselves.
Warranty would only be applicable to the parts replaced. Our professional will let you know in advance about the warranty on spare parts.
Some of the common RO Water Purifier problems that require repair are:
Leaking Faucet : If the faucet is leaking, then the most possible cause of this could be loose-fitting parts of the RO system. This too is another one of the many common problems of RO systems and the best way to diagnose is by tightening all the possible parts. In some of the cases, the leaking faucet could also be a result of the base of the faucet stem and the only solution for this is to replace the faucet altogether.
RO Water has bad taste or foul odor : Another common problem that may arise in RO systems is bad tasting water or a bad odor in the water. In some cases, milky water may be observed coming out of the faucet as well. In these situations, you can either wait for some time for the bad taste or odor to go away and if it doesn't, then you can drain the storage tank a few times or replace the filters.
RO System running constantly : Another common RO system problem is a constantly running system. This can happen due to many reasons including incoming water’s low pressure, automatic shut off valve failure, incorrect membrane installation, etc. To correct these problems, you may either need to change the parts that are at fault or ask for expert opinion or help.
Low water flow than usual : Have you ever observed the water flow from the RO system slower than usual? Well, this is yet another common problem that people face with these systems and not one that cannot be rectified. This usually happens when the water pressure in the tank is not up to the mark. If it is not to the desired level, then you must raise it to 6 psi. In some cases, you may also need to replace the clogged membranes since this too could be causing the pressure to be slower.
Experience: We have a team of experienced, skilled and professional repairman at your service.
Reliable: Our technicians are totally trustworthy and reliable
Flexible scheduling: You can book RO Purifier repair service anytime online or over the phone and get it scheduled as per your convenience.
Fast and effective service: Our professional RO Water Purifier technicians aim to provide you quick and effective service resolving your issues so that problem doesn't occur again.
If your RO has stopped working suddenly then it could be due to following reasons:
Issue with the pressure pump: If the pressure pump has suddenly stopped working then the best thing is to get it repaired immediately. But sometimes the pump cannot be repaired and the only option is to install the new one. So pressure pump is one of the reason why your RO has stopped working.
Burned adapter: The burned adapter is another reason and in this case, the adapter needs to be replaced.
Air vacuum inside RO: This commonly occurs when one of the pipe is loose and when the pump is sucking in air. This air gets caught inside the pipe and prohibits it from working.
The float valve is not working: The function of float valve is to shut off the RO as soon as the internal tank gets full of water. This prohibits overflowing. But if the float valve gets deteriorated it shuts off the machine permanently.
The solenoid valve has stopped functioning: The solenoid valve is responsible for cutting off the water that comes from the pump when the RO is switched off. This prohibits the wastewater from entering into the membrane when RO is not in use. But if the solenoid valve is damaged then it permanently shuts off and ends up closing the water supply to the membrane.
Here are some bad tastes of RO water:
Bitter taste: The bitter taste may be due to increased carbon dioxide content in the water which ends up increasing the pH level of water.
Foul egg taste and smell: High sulfur content in water gives rise to foul egg taste and smell. This also happens due to defective filters and membranes. If the filter and the membrane is damaged then sulphur content does not get removed by the RO system.
Salty and sour taste: This is due to dissolved salts and solids. When your RO system is damaged then it is unable to remove salts and solids from water and this makes the water salty and sour.
Tap water like taste: If your RO tastes like tap water then it is a clear evidence that your RO is damaged and deteriorated.
Metallic taste: The metallic taste is because of copper tubing which is used in your RO.
If you have recently changed the filter then you will face this problem. These vibrations are known as pressure differential vibrations. Vibrations start to occur because of the difference in pressure between the different filters. No damage occurs because of these vibrations and it goes away within 3-4 days.
Blocked pre and post filters: RO purifier consists of two parts- Pre Filter and Post Filter. Pre-filter is responsible for removing dirt, metal, and salt that gets dissolved in the water and the post-filter is responsible for removing bad taste and foul odor from the water. But after constant use, the filter gets blocked with impurities and does not filter water. This decreases water production from RO. So it is highly recommended to change the filter after every 6 months.
Defective membrane: The function of the membrane is to remove microbes from water. The blocked membrane makes the water filtration process slow and degrades the quality of water. So it is advisable to replace the damaged membrane as soon as possible.
Accumulation in inlet water pipe: Inlet water pipe is responsible for carrying water to the RO system. Minerals and debris get accumulated in the water pipes. This dirt that gets accumulated prevents and decreases the flow of water from the faucet. In a situation like this, you need to replace the blocked pipe with the new one.
Fold in water tubes: The folded water pipes reduces the amount of water coming out of RO. So just straighten the tubes to increase the water flow.
This can be due to many reasons:
Shut off valve failure is one of the reasons for RO system to run constantly.
Low pressure of incoming water is another reason.
Incorrect installation of the membrane is another cause.
In a situation like this the necessary parts should be replaced and water pressure should be checked.
After installation, some part may be noisy for some time and this is totally normal. This noise is the result of air which is being pushed out. But if this noise continues and becomes unbearable then straighten the tubes because the curve or the bend is the reasons behind it.
Incorrect installation is also the reason.