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Water Softener

Posted by BobF on August 25th, 2003 01:03 AM
In reply to WATER SOFTNER by NORM on August 23rd, 2003 03:28 PM [Go to top of thread]

This can probably be repaired by a qualified tech. At that age, it may also need to have the resin replaced. If it is the old type with a timer, I would trash it.
The newer ones use a flow meter to start the regeneration so they don't regenerate unless really needed. That saves a lot of salt and water. Sears markets one and also GE; the GE model is available at Home Depot. I installed one of the latter for a customer and was very impressed with the manual, as well as the unit.

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