Locate the source of the leak, and then use our guide below for further information on troubleshooting and replacement parts (if needed).
Where is the leak coming from?
Underneath the Top Cover
1. Valve Head
Leaking or standing water in the Valve Head area generally means there is a broken O-ring seal. Please visit our Valve Head Leak article to troubleshoot.
2. Bypass Assembly
Please visit our Bypass Leak article to troubleshoot the leak on your unit and find a solution.
3. Overflow Hose
If water is leaking out the Overflow hose, the water level in your tank is too high. Please visit our Excess Water in Tank article to troubleshoot.
*If you do not have a drain hose attached to the overflow port, you will need to have one installed. If you are still under warranty, Contact Us for warranty info. Otherwise, replacement parts can be purchased here.
Please visit our Salt Tank Leak article to troubleshoot your unit.
5. Drain Hose
Please visit our Constant Draining article for troubleshooting.
6. Resin Tank
Underneath the top cover, you'll want to wipe down the top side of the resin tank with a towel. It may already have some condensation on it. Once it's dried off, you'll wait to see if water starts to leak down the side of it. It will be a slow trickle. Feel around the tank below the clips, making sure to check the backside also. If you do notice a leak, we recommend you replace the distributor o-rings. If you're still under warranty, have your serial/model number handy and Contact Us. Otherwise, replacement parts can be purchased here.