Instant RO (Water Purifier) Repair & Service At your door step | AllfixHome

Instant RO (Water Purifier) Repair & Service At your door step | AllfixHome

Instant RO (Water Purifier) Repair & Service At your door step | AllfixHome

Instant RO (Water Purifier) Repair & Service At your door step.

The reverse osmosis (RO) system uses a multi-stage filtration process to remove different types of contaminants from water. The water purification system uses a thin membrane to remove salt, chemicals, and impurities from water to make it safe for consumption. The contaminated water passes through this thin membrane (a polymer film) with very small-sized pores. The membrane weeds out minerals and micro-organisms present in water. An outlet pipe flushes out the impurities. However, to ensure that you get clean and safe drinking water, you need to properly maintain the water purifier. Without proper maintenance and care, the water purifier will not function properly and you may end up drinking contaminated water. Alflix Home provide Best RO (Water Purifier)Repair & Service Near You in [cityName].

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RO Water Purifier Maintenance Tips

1. Read & Follow the User Manual

The first and the most basic tip for proper maintenance of your RO water purifier is to read and follow the guidelines given in the user manual.

All RO purifiers come with a user manual. Most reputed brands have detailed manuals that provide complete details on installation instructions, purifier’s working, parts, dos and don’ts, and tips on maintenance.

A good user manual will also have information on common errors and their solutions and the standard schedule for replacing filters and cartridges.

The manual will help you maintain and keep your water purifier in perfect condition. It can also help you avoid unnecessary visits from the RO technicians as a lot of common issues can also be resolved by referring to the instructions in the manual.

That’s why you should always keep the user manual safe and not throw it away in the dustbin.

2. Change RO filters as Per Maintenance Schedule

Timely replacement of the filters and membrane is the most essential requirement for the effective maintenance of your RO water purifier.

The easiest way, to find out the replace schedule of all the filters and membranes, is to look for the information provided in the user manual.


RO purifiers have several stages, the user manual will provide you all the information regarding which all filters are used and when they should be replaced.

Why Change Filters and Membrane?

Filters and membranes need to be replaced periodically because the contaminants from water get deposited on the filter surface. Over a period of time, the deposits ultimately choke the filters. This reduces the filtration capacity and degrades the quality of water.

If your water purifier takes a very long time to fill the storage tank then you need to get the filters and membrane checked and if required replace them.

If you do not replace the filters on time, the impurities deposited on the filter surface may ultimately be transferred to the purified water.

Choked filters and membrane lead to unnecessary wastage of electricity as they reduce the purification capacity i.e. the purifier will have to run for more time to purify the same amount of water.

In addition to wastage of electricity, a choked RO membrane would also result in increased wastage of water as a choked membrane produces more wastewater than a RO membrane that is working fine.

Automatic Filter Change Alerts

Over the years, there has been a lot of advancement in RO water purifiers. Some of the advanced purifiers, like Kent, Pureit, Aquagaurd etc., now feature ‘Filter-change’ and UV failure alarms. This technology alerts you in advance if a particular filter needs to be replaced.

Below is the standard replacement schedule for the common filters and RO membrane.

Pre Filter : 6 months*

Sediment Filter : 12 months*

Pre-RO Carbon Filter : 12 months*

RO Membrane : 2-3 years*

Post-RO Carbon Filter or Polishing Filter: 12 months*

* The standard replacement schedule may vary for different brands and models. For the exact replacement schedule please refer to the user manual.

* If the water has a very high level of impurities, high TDS level, or if you use your RO purifier to purify large quantities of water, then the filters and RO membrane might need to be replaced earlier than the given timeframes.

* For an average Indian household of 4-6 family members.

3. Cleaning and Sanitization

Another often overlooked yet important part of proper maintenance of your RO system is the cleaning of all internal pipes of the RO system. An RO system uses several connecting pipes that move the water from one purification stage to the other.

Ideally, these pipes should be cleaned at a time when the filters are being replaced by the technician.

There are very high chances of microbial contamination if the water is stored for too long. The first sign of microbial contamination is the foul smell and taste. Therefore it is essential that the water storage tank is regularly emptied and filled with fresh water.


That is why we always advise you to turn off the water purifier and empty the storage tank if you are going out of the house for a while.

Since sanitization and cleaning of the tank may require some assembly and disassembly, it is best to get it done when you call the service technician for filter replacement or service.

A typical RO system requires a thorough cleaning of the tank, once a year.

4. Check for Leakages

You should immediately call a trained technician as soon as you notice any drips or leakages. Leakages can seriously damage your water purifier if not fixed promptly. Leaks and drips also lead to unnecessary wastage of water.


There can be several reasons for drips and leakages in a water purifier, like pipes not connected properly or broken, or a malfunctioning part.

A thorough check of the water purifier by the technician can easily reveal the cause of the leakage and avoid any further damage to the water purifier.

5. Keep the Exteriors of the RO System Clean

Apart from cleaning and sanitizing the internal parts, you should also keep the RO purifier’s exterior clean. This will not only help you keep your purifier looking brand new but will also reduce the chances of water contamination.

Not sure, how?

All RO purifiers have an external tap for dispensing water stored in the storage tank. And if the tap and the area around the tap are not kept clean, then it may result in water getting contaminated while dispensing.


Therefore, it is essential that you keep the external surface of the purifier neat and clean, especially the area around the dispensing tap.

6. Get it Serviced by a Good Technician

If you want an efficient and trouble-free RO water purifier then we recommend getting it serviced by a trained professional after every 6 months. Make sure you choose the services of an authorized technician of the brand or someone you trust.


Regular servicing will maintain the purity of water and greatly reduce the chances of any serious problem with your RO purifier.

As discussed before, the timely replacement of filters is an important part of proper maintenance. Always opt for genuine and high-quality filters and parts because an RO purifier is as good as its filters. Moreover, you wouldn’t want to risk your health with cheap and unreliable filters you can’t trust.

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