It's high enough that it might have been the brine safety float that limited the fill.The recent #'s I gave you caused the brine tank to fill with water about 2 feet high. (Is that too high?)
It starts after the backwash (BW).When does the BD cycle start? Right away? I can do a re-gen when the family is sleeping and check.
I would just watch without removing the excess water. The brine will probably take longer than the 15 minutes to get drawn out. I am wondering if it gets drawn out at all, since you are experiencing insufficient softening. See how far it gets and in what time.What should I do about the water level-or will your settings change this?
Usually. Watch the display gallons remaining, and when it is getting low, test your water with your Hach 5-B test. If the hardness is such that one drop turns the sample blue, then you are doing well. If you start getting hardness as the countdown gets low, some compensating adjustments would be called for.I update my settings back on the day you told me to.
Are those settings a good balance for salt use and softness?
This is awkward, but...
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