Because there is a leak in the pipe of the water main.
how do i find and repair leak in gunite pool with water in it?
you may have a septic system leak or a water main leak
you find out were the water is coming from after you fill it up with water.
Posibly there is a water main leak nearby mixing in with the ground water.
assuming that it is a waterline leak, i would suggest the alternate route for simplicity sake.
By applying pressurised water at one end of the pipes. The water leak can be found out and it can be sealed by using adhesives.
Water leaks can be tricky. If water is visible on a wall then it could be necessary to cut into the wall to find a leak. Listening in a very quiet house may allow you to hear a spraying leak. If a leak is suspected because of a high water bill, look at the water meter. The small dial moves when water runs. Shut off cut offs under the sinks and toilets and the water should stop running. Turn them on one at a time and watch until the meter tons again. There is your leak.
Look for wet spot on the ground.
Unless you dug the whole line up you probably wouldn't find the leak unless it was a very large leak which would bring the water to the surface, You would be better off just installing a new line. Call a leak detection company. They will find your leak to within inches, and you will be able to dig down, repair the line where it is broken, and repair it.
You can do it two ways: Use soapy water while it is inflated and find the leak or immerse it in water as you squeeze it to exhibit the bubbles from the air leaking out.
I suggest taking it to the auto trim shop as it is hard to find the leak and hard to stop it and they do it all of the time. Roof Leaks identification and material selection for repairing roof leaks is a main concern.
You have a leak. You need to find and repair the leak.You have a leak. You need to find and repair the leak.
Water can not leak from the rear main seal, only oil. Most likely there is a leaking freeze plug near the rear main seal dripping water onto it.
You may have a leak you dont know about. Check with the Water Utility - somtimes they will come out for free. Yep, they will. If you hear water and nothing is turned on, you have a leak. Shut off your water from inside your house (shut-off is located where your water line enters the house). If the whooshing goes away, the leak is inside your house somewhere. If it still makes the sound, the Water Utility will shut off the curb stop. If the whooshing stops, then the leak is between the curb stop and your main shut off (ie. there's a leak in your main service line coming into your house). In general, it will be your responsibility to make this repair as it is on your side of the curbstop. If the sound persists, it is coming from the public water main and Water /utility Crews will locate with a stethoscope and make the repair at no cost to you.
Look for a leaking hose, water pump, or raditor find the leak and fix it.
If you are looking for a leak, and you can build up the pressure inside the thing, there are two ways you can find the leak pretty effectively. You can either submerge the object under water (if it won't damage the object), and look for bubbles rising through the water from the leak. This is very effective for finding leaks in inner tubes and tires, for instance. If the object can't be submerged underwater for some reason, then apply a little soapy water to the areas that you suspect the leak to be. If you see soap bubbles growing, that is where the leak is!
The A/C is supposed to leak water. This is condensation, and is normal. Now if you are saying it is leaking inside the vehicle, then the drain line is clogged. Find the drain line and unclog it.
You will have to call a plumber. If you know where the water shutoff valve is, turn off the water.
cold water will leak faster
Pressure test the lines with air. 20 lbs for and hour will show a good seal, and no leak.
look for the leak once you find it you will know were the leak is have a great day =)
If you mean the toilet tank, it means you have a leak and water (and $$$ if you have a water meter) are being lost. It is the same as a leaky faucet. You need to find the source of the leak and repair.