Question about Culligan Sediment Water Filter
I have the same problem with my system. In fact, I'm finding the water level in my salt tank is rising very slow with each cycle. The only information I have been able to find is that there is a blockage in the saltwater transmission line, but I have not found it in my system yet. I would also be interested in any insight to the problem.
The eductor assembly is plugged. This is where the brine is drawn in to regenerate softener. Softener will not draw in proper amount of brine but will keep filling salt tank. The float in salt tank is suppose to stop overfilling but rarely works that way. Bypass softener run through quick manual cycle and unscrew eductor assembly on lower left side of valve body. Clean it all out, reinstall and run system to brine refill to evacuate air.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
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