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Culligan mark 50 water softener parts breakdown

My water softener system has worked great until now. It is an older system(mark50) but a goodie, I believe the problem is in the timer box. I have gone through it but the cycle is still continuous. I am wondering if I could just upgrade to a newer controller and utilize the rest of my system. If so what model will work? Thanks, John

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