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  1. If it runs to the drain, the seals are bad....

    If it runs to the drain, the seals are bad. http://www.culligan.com/en/service-and-maintenance/customer-support/owners-guide/obsolete-manuals/ Try this site and find the manual for your unit. You may...
  2. Install a bleed valve between the soft and hard...

    Install a bleed valve between the soft and hard lines and allow 1-2 gpg to mix. No slick feeling and very slight hardness.
  3. I had a customer that felt the slick feeling, but...

    I had a customer that felt the slick feeling, but when I moved her softener to another home in the same city (different water source) it went away. The water stayed soft, but the slickness went away....
  4. Sluge can cause water to stay in the brine well...

    Sluge can cause water to stay in the brine well which will fill up and shut off the float assembly. Dig down into the salt to insure the water level is the same as in the brine well. If the unit is...
  5. The water could be hard for a short period (just...

    The water could be hard for a short period (just before a regen) than by the time it is tested it shows soft. Did they test the hot side? This will show if it has had hard water in the last day or 2....
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    The micro switch is in a fixed position. I don't...

    The micro switch is in a fixed position. I don't see how you could adjust it. Besides, the shaft of the rotor has been twisted due to excess torque caused by the rotor sticking. It is best to replace...
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    Let me put it in term you understand. The arm is...

    Let me put it in term you understand. The arm is the micro switch. It's purpose is the turn the motor off once it hits a slot (cam gear). If you must turn the cam in order to draw brine, most likely...
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    Not sure what adjustment you did, but it sounds...

    Not sure what adjustment you did, but it sounds as though you got resin thoughout the house. I don't believe you caused it, just one of those things.
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    Call Nelsen 866/712-6796. If they won't sell...

    Call Nelsen 866/712-6796. If they won't sell directly to you let me know and I'll put it on my account and make arrangements for you pick it up.
  10. Motion carried.

    Motion carried.
  11. Gary, you make a very strong point here, but man...

    Gary, you make a very strong point here, but man you sure went a long way around it.
  12. I like your comments. LOL You might be...

    I like your comments. LOL You might be a.............. I have always thought that the reason units don't brine in the fast rinse mode is due to contact time and not osmonic shock. Besides, water...
  13. I've never measured the concentration other than...

    I've never measured the concentration other than getting a mouth full checking if it's rinsed enough. I don't know of anyone in service or sales that would. It's good knowledge but how will it help a...
  14. That would not be the case Ak. In order to create...

    That would not be the case Ak. In order to create a draw, water (soft or hard) passes though the venturi which pulls the brine so a mixing will occur (water+brine) there by diluting the brine.
  15. Now Mr. Slusser, I want you to show me where I...

    Now Mr. Slusser, I want you to show me where I said it was ok to store resin in brine. When you can not find it, I would like you to revise your comment. Thank you very much.
  16. Nukeman. I like your style. Straight to the...

    Nukeman. I like your style. Straight to the point. I was rised in Dale City, Va. Hope youe are a Skins fan.
  17. Thanks for the clairity. I knew it was due to...

    Thanks for the clairity. I knew it was due to expansion and contraction that's why the balloon thing. You are accused of being me. I hope you are as good as I am. Don't want to mess with my...
  18. That's good to know. Thanks for the input.

    That's good to know. Thanks for the input.
  19. Somebody teach me something here. I have always...

    Somebody teach me something here. I have always been under the impression that no matter how much water and salt you have, the salt will only dissolve to 26% brine. The way Gary says it, it sounds as...
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    You could add iron out to the salt or do as...

    You could add iron out to the salt or do as Akpsdvan has recommended.
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    By going into a holding tank, you will not have a...

    By going into a holding tank, you will not have a problem with the flow rate. I would sugest you go with an upflow valve. Calcite or calcite/corosex mixture will tend to harden with down flow causing...
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    Most softener manufactors offer motors in...

    Most softener manufactors offer motors in different voltages. 12v, 24V, 120v and even 220v (seen last Saturday for the 1st time). When buying a softener, simply ask for a 12v or 24v system.
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    I know of no other company that makes a...

    I know of no other company that makes a non-electric unit. With a 24 volt system running the electric is very easy and hassle free.
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    These models do not show the amount of regen or...

    These models do not show the amount of regen or days since install. You can buy a multi meter at Lowes or Home Depot for $11.00 +/-.
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    Are you using sodium chloride or potassium...

    Are you using sodium chloride or potassium chloride? I have not seen a problem with sodium chloride recystalizing, but have seen it with potassium chloride.
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