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My Drain line on my culigan twin minder constantly runs.Its much more then a trickle,its like have my tap on half way.No matter what i do it just wont stop whether the bypass is on or not .I am also on a septic system then has to compensate for is constant flow into the septic tanks and im worried it may burn my septic pump out.Please help asap

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Please check the timer for proper amount of recharge or back wash time. I think your "in water" for charging or back washing is controlled by a electric valve. Double check that it is closing when it should close. If necessary, check its voltage with a volt/ohm meter. When the water is suppose to be off, you should have no voltage at that valve, it must be closed. There is the possibility it is stuck partly in the open position by a piece of debris.

I am not a Culligan Expert but I am familiar with a variety of water filtering methods and systems.

Do I understand your waste water from this unit goes back to your septic system? Why? Is there a local code that requires that? Do you use salt water in this system? I think if you have salt water going into your septic, a burned septic pump is the least of your worries.

If salt water is involved particularly, or if it is just back wash water, can you dig yourself a dry well and feed this water into that dry well (a dry well is as simple as a hole in the ground filled with gravel and protected from dirt infiltration by a layer of straw).

I hope this helps you

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