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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: water taste bad
Hello, does your unit have a water filter? Has this been replaced? If not I would remove the filter - flush the unit by dispensing as much water as you can to get fresh water into the system. Do you use the water much? Once you flush it, I would keep flushing it every time you get a chance for the next few days - without a filter in it and then replace the filter. Do you have well water or municipal water? Check the line in the back of the unit - anything unusual there? Good Luck, I hope some of these suggestions help you! Dr. Know
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
SOURCE: nasty mouth numbing taste
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burn charcoal on offset firebox @ 200 degrees for 2 hours with lids closed, both dampers open little less than halfway
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
SOURCE: High ph, algea, salty taste
You are going to need to buy chemicals anyway (acid for sure and probably algaecide) so find a good pool store tech and have them test your water and recommend the proper doses.
In summary though, you should not taste the salt in the pool and being able to means the salt content is to high. Chlorine generators will not work if the salt is to high and the fix is to drain water and dilute the remaining water until the salt content is no higher than max. No chlorine could explain the algae.
Generators also cause the pH to rise over time so you will need to keep acid on hand to counteract that.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
SOURCE: The dishes have a salty taste
The problem is hard water. There is a new product out at www.dishwasherfilter.com that solves this problem once and for all. It is a small filter that goes under the sink and filters out the hard minerals that cause these spots from the water before they enter the dishwasher. It is very affordable (like 70 bucks) and even has a money back guarantee. After just one load you will be amazed how your dishes look.
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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