RobinL in Canada Posted June 14, 2012 Share Posted June 14, 2012 Wondering if anyone out there might have some idea of what could be causing the constant water drain problem at my house. I was getting very high water bills since January, so called in a plumber to try to figure out what was causing this. He found a drip from a bathtub faucet and fixed that; some water seepage in one toilet and fixed that; and one toilet which was constantly draining and refilling the tank, and I had a new toilet installed. We couldn't find any other problems anywhere else. Nonetheless, the red "low flow" indicator on my water meter keeps turning--sometimes slowly, sometimes jerkily, and sometimes it will sit still for a minute or two before resuming its slow spin. We tried turning off the water to the house to see if it was a problem with the meter, but the low flow indicator does stop spinning when we do that, so evidently its not the meter itself. This situation is terribly frustrating --it's like "flushing" money away each month. Would anyone have any idea what could be causing this constant drain? I don't know where else to turn because the plumber (a large, reputable company)has no more ideas about what to do. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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