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Thread: Won't stop regenerating! Kinetico 2100 FOD filter head

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    Default Won't stop regenerating! Kinetico 2100 FOD filter head

    Newbie here... Please tell me if this isn't the place for my question, and where I should post it -

    Is it practical/easy to open the head and correct this? My Kinetico 2100 FOD dual tank filter (ca. 2004) won't stop regenerating. A rust film on the disk keeps me from seeing where the indicator is in the cycle. Push&Turn, I can feel minor clicks and the head switches to and from Regen and Purge but water never stops flowing water unless I bypass the filter system to cut off H2O pressure. Any help appreciated!

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    There could be several thing that will cause it to stay regenerating. The regen drive pawl, the regen gearing, or a drain seal my be at fault. I have a manual for the standard softener which may help because it shows the internal part breakdown. Send me an e-mail and I'll send the manual.

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