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    We will be gone for more than a year from our home in Arizona. I want to lay up the water softner so it does not continue to process water until we return. I will obviously go to bypass on the water supply, but do I need to turn off the electronic controller? I will loose all my settings if I do.

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    Make a note of the settings. You do not have to turn the electricity to it but it will save a little if you do. The unit will not use water while on bypass but may regen if it is a timered unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mialynette2003 View Post
    Make a note of the settings. You do not have to turn the electricity to it but it will save a little if you do. The unit will not use water while on bypass but may regen if it is a timered unit.
    Okay, thanks.

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