Sometimes your timer can leak from the connection to the faucet, and other times it can leak near the outlet, where you connect your hose. Here are a few things you can try to resolve this leak.
This can be caused by the washer located in the inlet of the device. First, ensure that the filter is clean. Simply remove the filter and run it under cold water to clean it out. I’d like you to make sure the cone-shaped screen washer is seated properly in the device, and if so, try inverting it so the cone is facing inwards.
Additionally, please confirm that the connection to the faucet hasn‘t been cross-threaded. Try removing the timer from the faucet and re-attaching it. Ensure that the connections are hand-tight.
If the washer is seated and the connection hasn’t been cross-threaded, we’d also like you to make sure the hose timer’s connection on both ends is hand-tight.
You can do the same thing on the bottom of the timer. If your hose has a washer, check to ensure it is seated properly. Remove and reattach, make sure your product is not cross-threaded, and the connections are hand tight.
If the washer is seated and the connection hasn’t been cross-threaded, click here to begin the warranty replacement process.
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