Leaking check valve
The check valve in my water pump has begun to leak intermittently. When it does, water flows from the city water connection through the pump into the fresh water tank, eventually overfilling it and causing it to overflow onto the ground.
I know I can fix this by placing a check valve 'in front' of the water pump.
I always use a filter when connected to city water and when filling the fresh water tank so I don't think it is a matter of sediment interfering with the check valve built in to the pump. I also have an external pressure regulator in addition to the one built in to the plumbing so I don't think it is an over pressure condition.
My question is whether I should suspect a immanent pump failure?
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