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Operating Do's and Don'ts for Reverse Osmosis Systems

1. Change the cartridge filters regularly.
2. Monitor the system and keep a log daily.
3. Run the system, as much as possible, on a continuous basis.
4. Adjust the system recovery to recommended value.

1. Permit chlorine in the feed water.
2. Shut down the system for extended periods.
3. Close the throttle valve completely.
4. Operate the system with insufficient feed flow.

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