Question about Measuring Tools & Sensors
How do I run a manual regenereation
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Water filters do not have a regeneration cycle, they filter the water as it passes through. You do have to replace the filter and the frequency of doing that depends on the sediment in your water. If you are talking about a water softner which does regenerate, all the new ones have sensors in them and they regenerate only when needed. This saves tons of salt over the old systems you would set to regenerate every two or three days whether they needed it or not.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
Hold the REGEN button down for 5 seconds. This initiates a manual regeneration. You can step the unit through the cycles by pressing the UP arrow.
Posted on May 08, 2011
If it has a mechanical meter there may be something stuck in the meter or the cable may have pulled out from inside the control. If it is a holographic meter there may be iron built up on the contacts or the cable may have been pulled out from its slot on outlet of softener.
Posted on May 20, 2011
At the top of the float assembly in the brine tank is a round nut that unscrews. Be careful when pulling this out. The refill flow restrictor is inside this part. There is probably some debris plugging the refill restrictor so it is not re-filling the salt tank with water. Also take the float assembly out and clean it thoroughly. The slots at the bottom where air check sits can become plugged with iron and restrict the refill. If all of this is fine check the eductor/injector assembly. From there it is the refill piston that may be at fault.
Posted on May 22, 2011
"DAYS00" indicates it is set to run every day. You may have lost power and it reset to factory settings. If the Gold series softener you have is the Aqua Sensor model (this is a probe in the resin tank that senses a change in the water chemistry and sends a signal to regenerate) the probe can get coated with iron and will either send NO signal or a Constant signal which will make it regen every night.
Usually a Gold series softener is either set up as metered or aqua sensor. There is an option for an override (such as 14 days) or it can be set up as a time clock model. Unplug the softener for 2 minutes and plug back in, re-program the controls to "DAY14". Make sure what the system is suppose to be set up as, Meter, AS, Time Clock.
Here is a link to Culligan for the Gold manual.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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