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Old 09-07-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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my water bill was 1000 3 months ago, then 500, then 1200, now 550. The meter was checked, no leaks, not much usage, just normal day to day. If a outside hose is on at the outside faucet but is turned off at the end of the hose nozzle so no water is exiting the hose, is the meter stilling charging for the water running?

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Old 09-08-2012, 08:32 AM   #2
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1. The meter reader misread the meter. The billing should correct itself the next month, either up or down.

2. You have a leak or dripping faucet or running toilet somewhere. Observe the meter when "nobody is using water". If the spinner or fractional cubic foot indicator moves in a ten minute time span, then you have a leak.
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Yes unconditionally. If the water is not running then the meter is not charging. If the meter is charging then the water is running.

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Old 09-08-2012, 08:57 AM   #3
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shut the valve to the toilet off... let it sit check it hourly seeing if the tank (not the bowl) drains out thru the flapper.1K in 3 months is a ton of water...
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Misread meter. Best way to find out, is look at the bill and see if it states Actual or Estimated for the past 12 months. Even better, call the utility that you buy water from and have them review the bill. You don't by chance of electronic meters on the homes in your area, or per chance just had your meters changed over to them recently.
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