Question about NRS Fleck 5600 - 64,000 Grain Timer Water Softener
It could be that the timer or some have a meter that is not telling the unit to regenerate. That can cause the salt to bridge or clod. If that is the case the timer motor may need replacing or the meter needs the turbine cleaned.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
There are a number of things that it could be. The main problem is that the softner is not sucking the brine into the tank. It still ran water into you tank till the safety shutoff stopped it. This made all the salt turn into a big lump. You will need to find out why the unit does not have suction when it is in the "brine and rinse" mode. Probably either the float in the brine tank is stuck or there is dirt in the screen at the top of the hose out of the brine tank that is stopping the brine from being sucked up the hose. First empty the tank and then you can see what the unit is doing from there.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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