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Re: Reverse osmosis water for CS
 
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Re: Reverse osmosis water for CS


I think you may find that if the light fails to light up it indicates nil or minimal electrical conductance in the water due to the water being too pure. The less impurities in the water acting as an electrolyte the less conductance hence the longer it will take for that light to light up indicating electrical conductivity in the water has increased enough for things to work.

I hasten to add here that I don't own a purchased machine so I stand corrected if the above is not the case, but if the water is too pure it makes electrolysis much harder to start. It will in all probability start, but will take an extraordinary long time until there is enough impurities deposited in the water {in this case silver} acting as an electrolyte to promote or assist electrical conductivity between electrodes.
 

 
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