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  • Water dripping into blender. Would water meter measure?

    While changing oil, I had water slowly dripping from the kitchen faucet into the blender to fill it and loosen dried oatmeal from the droplet impacts.
    Told Youqing (wife) that our meter likely did not measure the tiny flow.
    She said that in China many will leave a faucet slowly dripping into a basin to accumulate FREE water.
    Can a meter not measure such a small flow?
    Thank you.
    Last edited by Robert Gift; 08-31-2012, 07:37 AM.
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    Re: Water dripping into blender. Would water meter measure?

    Yes. The smart meters (kind that are scanned) are almost impossible to see it clock the usage, but it does. The older style you can see after marking the leak detector on the glass and check back in 2-5 minutes.
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