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My salt storage tank has water up over the salt approximately 12 inches deep. Is there something I need to do to fix this?

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Not necessarily.....monitor the level....if continues to rise,then an adjustment may be required.....many salt tanks have water higher than the salt level at different levels as a normal condition.

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How many gallons are in a tank 12" in diameter x 40" long?


Radius square x pi = area of circle
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Deep well.
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I don't have a problem, just a question. I recently purchased a home with a GE Smartwater softening system installed Model GXSF23Z01. What do I need to do to maintain this system. Does it require salt?...


Check the time of day, and make sure it's accuate. Reset if necessary. Add salt if it's low. It's always best to let the salt level run low (about 1-2") so it doesn't mush. Only add 80-100 lbs at a time for best results. This particular softener doesn't keep a water level in the tank, so you won't see any water in the salt area. If there is standing water in the salt area, that could mean it's not working the way it should. Here is a link to the owners manual. It's in PDF format

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We have about two feet of water inside the tank area where the salt is. How do we get the water out?


The problem is that the unit is not creating a suction and taking out the brine water. Usually with this model the problem is the rotor and rotor disc seal. It can also be that the nozzle and venturi is clogged. You will need a service call to fix this problem. You can bail it out with a pan, but the problem will return until the service problem is fixed.

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Our water softener has stopped working. The salt has turned into one big block. What do I do? Can this be fixed? How?


You are going to have to clean the salt block out of the tank. You can try using the end of a broom handle to try breaking it up. Be careful not to go to bottom of tank. Try pouring a couple gallons of hot water over salt bridge if that does not work and retry. Avoid using pellet salt it causes problems like this. If there is currently water at the bottom of salt tank then system is not working and needs repair.
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I just had a mouse surface in my holding tank how do I clean that out? do I add bleach and cycle the water softener?


The mouse must have been in one of your product bags...depending on the deterioration of the carcus; you may have already injested some of the decomposing material.
1. Turn off the water supply and remove the top cover
2. Make sure you have rubber glvoes. Drain the holding tank and remove and dispose of the remaining salt tablets/product left in the tank.
3. Yes, clean the tank with a disinfectant (bleach) and rinse thoughly. Be sure to rinse the tank...you don't want high levels of bleach in your supply lines.
4. Fill with new/clean softner tablets and return unit to service.

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the pressure valve usually has it's own hole,....a pressure valve (relief valve) has a probe that needs to be immersed IN the tank,...get that manual from the supplier (their responsibility), this part not being placed properly can be dangerous! so please don't take any chances,......

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Piping from a rheem 120 gallon water heater to a 120 gallon storage tank


it should be 1 inch and either copper or cpvc pipe with the proper 1 step glue,, what is your question???? what are we to get out of what you wrote???????

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Water heater heats but not to same temperature


Try shutting off the gas, shut off the water, and drain the tank to remove any sediment that may interfere with heat transfer from the burner. If that doesn't do it, check the dip tube to make sure it is still intact. The dip tube directs incoming cold water to the bottom of the tank and the hot water is tapped from the top of the tank. If neither of those turn out to be the problem, check the thermo-couple. Since a gas water heater typically survives about 6-9 years, you may be better off just replacing it.

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