We will service all water softeners.

There was a survey that was performed in connection with the Central Arizona Salinity Study (CASS) which studied water softener penetration in the Phoenix Arizona metro area. At the time the survey was conducted (2004) it was estimated that the penetration of water softeners was 51 percent – for homes built since the year 2000 – and it was 47 percent for homes built in the 1990’s. The CASS is now estimating that about 26 percent of all homes in the Phoenix area have water softeners. (this is my information source: e-mail dated 09.09.13 from David Perry ‘Executive Director of the Arizona Water Quality Association’)

In our effort to be the best water conditioning company in the world; we want to become service experts on all water softener units and all water filtration units ‘residential and commercial’.   We wish to carry the most common parts (with an emphasis on recycled parts) for these units and provide service to these units. If we don’t have the parts – we will seek and research the parts and procure them for you. We liken this approach to adopting orphan water treatment equipment.  We love the people we meet utilizing this approach.  If we can’t fix your unit – we will learn or suggest to you the alternative options to economically provide you soft water. We are very upfront business people and water treatment professionals. We will always tell you that we have developed some unique rental water treatment approaches that represent our three operating tenants: 1. To raise the standard of our water treatment industry 2. To aggrandize our client relationships and 3. To develop a sustainable approach to water treatment that will benefit our client’s budgets and positively impact higher quality results for water treatment in our region.

Our approach is to earn your trust by adding the highest value to your existing water treatment equipment.

Here are pictures of some of the units we service.  Our onus is to continue to increase our water treatment service repertoire and add the pictures of all these different units.  If there is a certain type of water treatment equipment being installed in the Phoenix Metro area of Arizona; we will seek to own it – explicate this – dissect this and sell the parts.  Once we learn the unit – we will want more of these units (to gain more individual parts on each different type of unit) to share with you.  We hope to increase your water treatment value and experience with this approach.

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Clack-Water-Softener

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08.08.14 These are two images of Clack Water Softeners displayed by Francisco and Marco.  We carry all the components and parts to service these water softeners.  These are good water softeners.  When one of our clients purchase a water softener; this is the brand of valve that we install.  We build our own water equipment, deliver, install, service and customer service this equipment.  We feel this is one of our success formulas.  We are a one stop shop.  The same people you talk to on the phone will be the same people who build your unit and install and service this unit for you.

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Clack WS 1 water softener valve – parts and operational manual

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Bypass Valve

The bypass valve is typically used to isolate the control valve from the plumbing system’s water pressure in order to perform control valve repairs or maintenance. The WS 1 bypass valve is particularly unique in the water treatment industry due to its versatility and state of the art design features. The 1″ full flow bypass valve incorporates four positions including a diagnostic position that allows service personal to work on a pressurized system while still providing untreated bypass water to the facility or residence. It’s completely non-metallic, all plastic design allows for easy access and serviceability without the need for tools.

The bypass body and rotors are glass filled Noryl and the nuts and caps are glass filled polypropylene. All seals are self-lubricating EPDM to help prevent valve seizing after long periods of non-use. Internal 0-rings can easily be replaced if service is required.

The bypass consists of two interchangeable plug valves that are operated independently by red arrow shaped handles. The handles identity the flow direction of the water. The plug valves enable the bypass valve to operate in four positions.

  1. Normal Operation Position: The inlet and outlet handles point in the direction of flow indicated by the engraved arrows on the control valve. Water flows through the control valve during normal operation and this position also allows the control valve to isolate the media bed during the regeneration cycle.

3152. Bypass Position: The inlet and outlet handles point to the center of the bypass, the control valve in isolated from the water pressure contained in the plumbing system. Untreated water is supplied to the plumbing system.

3183. Diagnostic Position: The inlet handle points in the direction of flow and the outlet handle points to the center of bypass valve, system water pressure is allowed to the control valve and the plumbiiig system while not allowing water to exit from the control valve to the plumbing.

3174. Shut Off Position: The inlet handle points to the center of the bypass valve and the outlet handle points in the direction of flow, the water is shut off to the plumbing system. If water is available on the outlet side of the softener it is an indication of water bypass around the system (i.e. a plumbing connection somewhere in the building bypasses the system).

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Front Cover and Drive Assembly for WS1 Clack water softener valve

 

Drawing No.      Order No.               Description                                             Quantity

1                         V3175-01                WS 1 Front Cover ASY                                    1

2                           V3107-01                   WS 1 Motor                                                 1

3                           V3106-01                  WS 1 Drive Bracket & Spring Clip             1

4                          V3108                               WS 1 PC Board                                           1

5                            V3110      WS 1 Drive Geart 12×36                             3

6                             V3109                      WS 1 Drive Gear Cover

V3002                        WS 1  Drive ASY

Not Shown                173186            WS  Transformer ttOV-t2V

 

* Drawing number parts 2 through 6 may be purchased as a complete assembly, part ‘5/3002.

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Drive Cap Assembly, Dowoflow Piston, Upflow Piston, Regenerant Piston and Spacer Stack Assembly for WS1 Clack Water Softener

Drawing No.            Order No.                   Description                                      Quantity

1                                   V3005                           WSI Spacer Stack Assembly               1

2                                V3004                             Drive Cap ASY                                        1

3                                  V3135                                     0-ring 228                                     1

4a                                V3011*                         WS 1  Piston Downflow ASY                1

4b                                 V301 1-01                         WS1 Piston Upflow ASY    1

5                                    V3174                            WS 1  Regenerant Piston                    1

6                                   V3180                                     0-ring 337                                        1

V3O11 is labeled with DN and V3011-01 is labeled with UP.

Note: The regenerant piston is not used in backwash only applications.

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Injector Cap, Injector Screen, Injector, Plug and 0-Ring

Drawing No.                   Order No.         Description                                           Quantity

1                                         V3176  Injector Cap                                                1

2                                          V3152   0-ring 135                                                1

3                                         V3177  Injector Screen                                           1

4                                        V3010-IZ            WS 1  Injector ASY Z Plug                          1

V3010-1A            WS1 INJECTOR ASYABLACK

V3010-IB WS1  INJECFORASY B BROWN

V3010-IC  WS1 INJECTOR ASY C VIOLET

V30I0-ID WS1 INJECTOR ASYDRED

V3010-1E WS1  INJECTOR ASYE WHITE

5                                    V3010-IF  WS1 INJECTOR ASYFBLUE

V3010-IG            WS1  INJECTOR ASY G YELLOW

V3010-1H WS1  INJECTOR ASYHGREEN

V3010-1I              WS1  INJECTOR ASY I ORANGE

V3010-1J          WS1  INJECTOR ASY J LIGHT BLUE

V3010-1K           WS1  INJECTOR ASY K LIGHT GREEN

Not Shown                       V3170 0-ring011

Not Shown                        V3171              0-ring 013

*The injector ping and the injector each contain one 011 (tower) and 013 (upper) 0-ring.

Note: For downflow, injector is located in the down hole and injector plug in the up hole. For a filter that only backwashes, injector plugs are located in both holes, and regenerant piston must be removed.

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Refill and Refill Port Plug

Drawing No         Order No.      Description                                         Quantity

1                            V3195-01                WS  Refill Port Plug ASY     This part is required for backwash

only systems

2                              H4615                      Elbow Locking Clip

3                            JCP-P-6                       Polytube insert 3/8

4                           JCPG-6PBLK                    Nut 3/8

5                                    014613                   Elbow Cap 318

6                               V3163                              0-ring019                                                  1

7                              V3165_01*                WS 1 RFC Retainer ASY

8                                     V3182                          WS1RFC                                   1

Not Shown                     H4650                Elbow 1/2″ with nut and insert              Option

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Drain Line-3/4″

Drawing No.      Order No.                    Description                                 Quantity

I                            114615                             Elbow LockingClip                      1

2                      PKPIOTS8-BULK                 Polytube insert 5/8                   Option

3                             V3I92               WS1 Nut 3/4 Drain Elbow        Option

4                          V3158-01                   WS 1 Drain Elbow ¾ Male ASY       1

5                            V3163               0-ring 019                                      1

6                            V3159-Ol                   WS1 DLFC Rotairrr ASY                1

VS 162-007              WS  DLFC 0.7 rpm for 3/4

V3162-010              WS1 DLFC I.) Gpm for 3/4

V3162-013           WS 1 DLFC 1.3 gym for 3/4

V3162-0I7           WS1  DLFC l.7gimc for 3/4   0ne

V3162-022 WS1  DLFC 2.2 ppm for 3/4         DLFC

V3162-027 WS1 DLFC 2.7 gpm for /3/4     must be

used if ¾”

fitting is used

7                                 V3I62-032            WS1  DLFC 3.2 fgpm or 3/4

VS l62-042                WS1 DLFC 4.2 gym for 314

V3162-053 WS1  DLPC 5.3 gym for 3/4

V3162-065 WS1  DLFC 6.5 gym for 3/4

VS 3162-075         6’Sl DLFC 7.5 gym for 3/4

V3162-090                    WSI DLFC 9.0 ppm for 3/4

V3162-I00 WSI DLFC 10.0 gpm for 3/4

Valves are shipped without drain line flow control (DLFC) —install DLPC before using. Valves are shipped without ¾” nut for drain elbow (polytube installation only) and 5/8″ polytube installation only).

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Drawing No.    Order No.         Description                                  Quantity

1                          H4615                 Elbow Locking Clip                         1

2                       V3008-02              WS  Drain FTG 1 Straight                   1

3*                     V3166                    WS 1 Drain FTC Body 1             1

4°                     V3167                 WS1  Drain FTG Adaptor 1                   1

5°                         V3163                   0-ring 019                                           1

6°                      V3150                   WS1  Split Ring                                  1

7°                      V3151                   WS1 Nut 1” QC                                  1

8*                        V3105                      O-ring 215                                1

V3190-090      WS 1  DLFC 9.0 gpm for 1

V5190-100          WS 1 DLFC 10.0 gpm for 1                      One

V3190-110         WS 1 DLFC 11.0 gpm for   1                   DLFC

V3190-130           WS 1  DLFC 13.0 gpm for 1                     must be

V3190-150          WS1 DLFC 15.0 gym for 1        used if

V3190-170          WS 1  DLFC 17.0 gym for 1                      1″ fitting

V3190-200          WS 1 DLFC 20.0 gym for 1       is used

V3190-250         WS1 DLFC 25.0 gym for 1

Can be ordered us a set order number V3008-02, description: WS1 Drain FTG 1 Straight.

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Water Meter and Meter Plug

Drawing No.         Order No.                     Description                               Quantity

1                                 V3151                            WS1 Nut 1” QC                         1

2                          V3003°                 WS1 Meter ASY                                1

3                         V3118-01                           WS1  Turbine ASY                                     1

4                        V3105                                 0-ring 215                        1

5                           V3003-01                      WS 1  Meter Plug ASY                              1

*Order number V3003 includes V3118-01 and V3105.

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Installation Fitting Assemblies

Order No: V3007

Description: WS1 Fitting 1” PVC Male NPT Elbow Assembly

Drawing no          order no                           description                                               quantity

1                          V3151                                   WS1 Nut 1 “ Quick Connect                        2

2                           V3l50                                    WS 1 Split Ring                                                 2

3                            V3105                          O-Ring 215                                        2

4                            V3149                WS1  Fitting 1 PVC Male NPT Elbow                 2

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Order No: V3007

Description: WS1 Fitting 1” PVC Male NPT Elbow Assembly

Drawing no          order no                           description                                               quantity

1                             V3151                               WS1 Nut 1” Quick Connect                               2

2                          V3150                               WS1  Split Ring                                          2

3                           V3105                              O Ring 215                                                       2

4                           V3149                            WS1 Fitting 1 PVC Male NPT Elbow                           2

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Order No: V3507-02

Description: WSI Fitting 1″ Brass Sweat Assembly

Drawing no          order no                           description                                               quantity

1                                    V3151                     WS1 Nut 1” Quick Connect                                2

2                              V3150                           WS1 Split Ring                                                        2

3                          V3105                                  O-Ring215                                                             2

4                                V3188                       WS1 Fitting 1” Brass Sweet                                      2

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Order No: V3007-03

Description: WSJ Fitting 3/4’” Brass Sweat Assembly

Drawing no          order no                           description                                               quantity

1                               V3151                          WS1 Nut 1” Quick Connect                                  2

2                          V3150                               WS1   Split Ring                                                     2

3                          V3105                              O-Ring 215                                                            2

4                             V3188-01                         WS 1 Fitting ¾ Brass Sweat                             2

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Bypass Valve

Drawing No.                       Order No.                             Description                                    Quantity

1                                         V3151                         WS1  Nut 1″ Quick Connect              2

2                                               V3150                                WS1 Split Ring                                        2

3                                           V3105                                    O-Ring 2I5                                2

4                                            V3145                                          WS1  Bypass 1″ Rotor                              2

5                                         V3146                         WS1 Bypass Cap                                2

6                                       V3147                                      WS1  Bypass Handle                                     2

7                                   V3148                                     WS1  Bypass Rotor Seal Retainer                   2

8                                      V3152                                         0 -ring 135                                    2

9                                 V3152                                            0-ring 112                                                    2

10                                V3156                                          O-ring 214                                                        2

(Not Shown) Order No. V3191-01, Description: WS1 Bypass Vertical Adapter Assembly

Order No.                            Description                                                     Quantity

V3151                              WS1 Nut 1″ Quick Connect                                  2

V3150                               WS1  Split Ring                                                        2

V3105                              0-Ring 215                                     2

V3191-01                     WS1  Bypass Vertical Adapter Assembly               2

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Service Instructions

Drive Assembly

Remove the valve cover to seems the drive assembly

Disconnect the power source plug (black wire) from the PC board prior to disconnecting the motor or water meter plugs from the PC board. The motor plug connects to the two-pin jack on the left-hand side of the PC board. The power source plug connects to the four-pinjack. The four-pinjack is between the two-pin and three-pin jacks. The water meter plug (gray wire) connects to the three-pin jack on the far right-hand side of the PC board.

The PC board can be removed separately from the drive bracket but it is not recommended. Do not attempt to remove the display panel from the PC board. Handle the board by the edges. To remove the PC board from the drive bracket, unplug the power, water meter and motor plugs from the PC board. Lift the middle latch along the top of the drive bracket while pulling outward on the top of the PC board. The drive bracket has two plastic pins that fit into the holes on the lower edge of the PC board. Once the PC board is tilted about 45 from the drive bracket it can be lifted off of these pins. To reinstall the PC board, position the lower edge of the PC board so that the holes in the PC board lineup with the plastic pins. Push the top of the PC board towards the valve until it snaps under the middle latch, weave the power and water meter wires into the holders and reconnect the motor, water meter and power plugs.

The drive bracket must be removed to access the drive cap assembly and pistons or the drive gear cover. It is not necessary to remove the PC board from the drive bracket to remove the drive bracket. To remove the drive bracket start by removing the plugs for the power source and the water meter. Unweave the wires from the side holders. Two tabs on the top of the drive back plate hold the drive bracket in place. Simultaneously lift the two tabs and gently ease the tap of the drive bracket towards your body. The lower edge of the drive bracket has two notches that rest on the drive back plate. Lift up and outward on the drive bracket to disengage

the notches.

To reassemble seat the bottom of the drive bracket so the notches are engaged at the bottom of the drive back plate. Push the top of the drive bracket towards the two latches. The drive bracket may have to be lifted slightly to let the threaded piston rod pass through the hole In the drive bracket Maintain a slight engaging force on top of the drive bracket while deflecting the bracket slightly to the left by pressing on the side of the upper right corner. This helps the drive gears mesh with the drive cap assembly. The drive bracket is properly seated when it snaps under the latches on the drive back plate. If resistance is felt before latching, then notches are not filly engaged, the piston rod is not in hole, the wires are jammed between the drive bracket and drive buck plate, or the gear is not engaging the drive cap assembly.

To inspect drive gears, the drive gear cover needs to be removed. The drive gear cover is held in place on the drive bracket by three clips. The largest of the three clips is always orientated to the bottom of the drive bracket. Before trying to remove the drive gear cover, the drive bracket must be removed from the drive back plate. The drive gear cover can be removed from the drive bracket without removing the motor or the PC board. Simultaneously, push in and down on the large clip at the bottom and the clip on the left-hand side of the drive bracket behind the PC board. Keep your other fingers behind the drive gear cover so the drive gears do not drop on the ground.

Replace broken or damaged drive gears. Do not lubricate any of the gears. Avoid getting any foreign matter on the reflective coating became dirt or oils may interfere with pulse counting.

The drive gear cover only fits on one way, with the large clip orientated towards the bottom. If all three clips are outside of the gear shroud on the drive bracket the drive gear cover slips easily into place.

The drive bracket does not need to be removed from the drive plate if the motor needs to be removed. To remove the motor, disconnect the power and motor plugs from the jacks on the PC board. Move the spring clip loop to the right and hold. Rotate the motor at least a% turn in either direction before gently pulling on the wire connectors to remove the motor. Pulling directly on the wires without rotating the motor may break the wires off the motor.

 

Replace the motor if necessary. Do not lubricate the motor or the gears. When reinstalling the motor gently turn the motor while inserting so that the gear on the motor meshes with the gears under the drive gear cover and the small plastic bulge engages one of the slots on the motor housing. Reconnect the motor plug to the two pronged jack on the lower left hand side of the PC board. If motor will not easily engage with drive gear when reinstalling, lift and slightly rotate motor before reinserting.

Replace the valve cover. After completing any valve maintenance, press and hold NEXT and REGEN bottom for 3 seconds or unplug power source jack (black wire) and plug back in. This resets the electronics and establishes the service piston position. The display should flash all wording, then flash the soft ware version (e.g. 154) and then reset the valve to the service position.

Drive Can Assembly Main Piston and Regenerant Piston

The drive assembly must be removed to access the drive cap assembly. The drive cap assembly most be removed to access the piston(s). The drive cap assembly is threaded into the control valve body and seals with an o-ring. To remove the drive cap assembly use the special plastic wrench or insert a ¼’ to /i flat bladed screwdriver into one of the slots around the top 2″ of the drive cap assembly so it engages the notches molded into the drive back plate around the top 2′ of the piston cavity.  The notches are visible through the holes. Lever the screwdriver so the drive cap assembly turns counter clockwise. Once loosened unscrew the drive cap assembly by hand and pull straight out.

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The drive cap assembly contains the drive cap, the main drive gear, drive cap spline, piston rod and various other parts that should not be dissembled in the field. The only replaceable part on the drive cap assembly is the 0-ring. Attached to the drive cap assembly is the main piston (down flow or up flow) and if a regenerant is used, a regenerant piston.

The regenerant piston (the small diameter one behind the main piston) is removed from the main piston by unsnapping it from its latch. Chemically clean in dilute sodium bisulfite or vinegar or replace the regenerant piston if needed. To remove the main down flow or up flow piston fully extend the piston rod and then unsnap the main piston from its latch by pressing on the side with the number. Chemically clean in dilute sodium bisulfite or vinegar or replace the main piston.

Reattach the main piston to the drive cap assembly. Reattach the regenerant piston (if needed) to the main piston. Do not lubricate the piston rod, main piston or regenerant piston. Lubricant will adversely affect the red or clear lip seals. Reinsert the drive cap assembly and piston into the spacer stack assembly and hand tighten the drive cap assembly. Continue to tighten the drive cap assembly using a screwdriver as a ratchet until the black o-ring on the spacer stack assembly is no longer visible through the drain port. Excessive force can break the notches molded into the drive back plate. Make certain that the main drive gear still turns freely. The exact position of the piston is not important as long as the main drive gear turns freely.

 

Reattach the drive assembly to the control valve and connect all plugs. After completing any valve maintenance, press and hold NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds or unplug power source jack (black wire) and plug back in. This resets the electronics and establishes the service piston position. The display should flash all wording, then flash the soft ware version (e.g. 154) and then reset the valve to the service position.

spacer stack assembly

To access the spacer slack assembly remove the drive assembly, drive cap assembly and piston. The spacer stack assembly can be removed easily without tools by using thumb and forefinger. Inspect the black 0-rings and red or clear lip seals for wear or damage Replace the entire stack if necessary. The spacer stack assembly has been 100% tested at the factory to insure proper orientation of one way seals. Do not disassemble the stack.

The spacer stack assembly maybe chemically cleaned (dilute sodium bisulfite or vinegar) or wiped with a soft cloth.

The spacer stack assembly can be pushed in to the control valve body bore by hand. Since the spacer stack assembly can be compressed it is easier to use a blunt object (5/8″ to 1-1/8″ in diameter) to push the center of the assembly into the control valve body. – The assembly is properly seated when at least four threads are exposed (approximately 5/8″). Do not force the spacer stack assembly in. The control valve body bore interior can be lubricated with silicone to allow for easy insertion of the entire stack. Do not use silicone or any other type of lubricant on the red or clear lip seals or the piston.

Reattach the drive cap assembly and piston(s) and the drive assembly.

After completing any valve maintenance, press and hold NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds or unplug power source jack (black wire) and plug back in. This resets the electronics and establishes the service piston position The display should flash all wording, then flash the soft ware version and then reset the valve to the service position.

Injector Can. Screen Injector Plug and Injector

Unscrew the injector cap and lift off. Loosen cap with special plastic wrench or pliers if necessary. Attached to the injector cap is a screen. Remove the screen and clean if fouled.

The plug and/or injector can be pried Out with a small screwdriver. The plug can be wiped clean. If the plug leaks replace the entire plug. The injector consists of a throat and a nozzle. Chemically clean the injector with vinegar or sodium bisulfite. The holes can be blown out with air. Both pieces have small diameter holes that control the flow rates of water to insure that the proper concentration of regenerant is used. Sharp objects, which can score the plastic, should not be used to clean the injector. Scoring the injector or increasing the diameter of the hole could change the operating parameters of the injector.

Two holes are labeled DN and UP. Check for compliance with one of the following:

  1. for down flow systems, the appropriate size injector in located in the “DM’ hole, a plug is in the “UP” hole and that the piston is a combination of the down flow main piston and the regenerant piston.
  2. for up flow systems, the appropriate size injector is located in the “UP” hole, a plug is in the “Whole and that the piston is a combination of the up flow main piston and the regenerant piston; or
  3. for backwash only systems, a plug is in the “DN” hole and in the “UP” hole, and that the piston only has a down flow main piston (the regenerant piston must be removed) and a plug is in the refill flow control position.

Push the plug(s) and/or injectors firmly in place, replace the screen and hand tighten the injector cap.

Refill Flow Contrpl Assembly or-Refill Port Plug

To clean or replace the refill flow control, pull out the elbow-locking clip and then pull straight upon the elbow. Replace the elbow locking clip in the slot so that it is not misplaced. Twist to remove the white flow control retainer. The flow control can be removed by prying upward through the side slots of the retainer with a small blade flat screwdriver.

Chemically clean the flow control or the white flow control retainer using dilute sodium bisulfite or vinegar. Do not me a wire brush. If necessary, replace the flow control, wring on the flow control retainer, or the 0-ring on the elbow.

Reseat the flow control so the rounded end is visible in the flow control. Reseal the white flow control retainer by pushing the retainer into the elbow until the wring seats. Remove locking clip, push down on elbow to reseat and insert locking clip.

Do not use Vaseline, oils, or other unacceptable lubricants on o-rings. A silicon lubricant may be used on the n-ring on the elbow or the white retainer.

Water Meter or Meter Plug

The water meter assembly is connected to the PC board by a wire. If the entire water meter assembly is to be replaced, remove the control valve cover and remove the power source and water meter plugs from the PC board. Unlatch the drive assembly and lean it forward. Unthread the water meter wire from the side of the drive assembly and through the drive back plate. To reinstall, rethread the water meter wire through the drive back plate and the side of the drive assembly. Reattach the drive assembly and the water meter and power plugs.

If no water meter wire is visible, then a plug is installed not a water meter.

The water meter wire does not need to be removed from the PC board if the water meter is only being inspected and cleaned. To remove the water meter assembly, unscrew the meter capon the left side of the control valve. Pliers maybe used to unscrew the nut if necessary.

With the nut removed, a slot at the top of the water meter is visible. Twist a flat blade screwdriver in the slot between the control valve body and the meter. When the meter is part way out it is easy to remove the water meter from the housing. Once the water meter is removed from the control valve body, use your fingers to gently pull forward on the turbine to remove it from the shaft.

Do not use a wire brush to clean. Wipe with a clean cloth or chemically clean in dilute sodium bisulfite or vinegar. The turbine can be immersed in the chemical. Do not immerse electronics. If the turbine is scored or damaged or the bearings on the turbine are worn replace the turbine.

Do not lubricate the turbine shaft. The turbine shaft bearings are prelubricated Do not use Vaseline, oils, or other unacceptable lubricants on the o-ring. A silicon lubricant may be used on the black 0-ring.

Snap the turbine on the shaft and reinsert the water meter into the side slot. Hand tighten the nut. Do not use a pipe wrench to tighten nut.

Bypass Valve

The working parts of the bypass valve are the rotor assemblies that are contained under the bypass valve caps. Before working on the rotors, make sure the system is depressurized. Turn the red arrow shaped handles towards the center of the bypass valve and back to the arrow direction several times to ensure rotor is turning freely.

The nuts and caps are designed to be unscrewed or tightened by hand. If necessary a pliers can be used to unscrew the nut or cap. Do not uses pipe wrench to tighten or loosen nuts or caps. Do not place screwdriver in slots on caps and/or tap with a hammer.

To access the rotor, unscrew the cap and lift the cap, rotor and handle Out as one unit. Twisting the unit as you pull it out will help to remove it more easily. There are three 0-rings: one under the rotor cap, one on the rotor stem and the rotor seal. Replace worn 0-rings. Clean rotor. Reinstall rotor.

When reinstalling the red arrow handles be sure that:

  1. 0-rings on both rotors face to the right when being viewed from the front of the control valve when the handle pointers are lined up with the control valve body arrows; or

2 Arrows point toward each other in the bypass position.

Since the handles can be pulled off, they could be accidentally reinstalled I 80°° from their correct orientation. To install the red arrow handles correctly, keep the handles pointed in the same direction as the arrows engraved on the control valve body while tightening II bypass valve caps.

After completing any valve maintenance, press and hold NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds or unplug power source jack (black wire) and plug back in. This resets the electronics and establishes the service piston position. The display should flash all wording, then flash the software version (e.g. 154) and then reset the valve to the service pdsition.

 

 

Troubleshooting Procedures

Problem                                       Possible Cause                                             Solution

  1. Timer does not display time of day
  2. Transformer unplugged                                            a. Connect power
  3. No electric power at outlet –             b. Repair outlet or use working

outlet

  1. Defective transformer                                    c. Replace transformer
  2. Defective PC board                                    d. Replace PC board
  3. Timer does not display a. Switched outlet a.Use uninterrupted outlet

correct time of day

  1. Power outage b. Reset time of day
  2. Defective PC board            c. Replace PC board
  3. No softening/filtering display when water is flowing
  4. Bypass valve in bypass position a.Put bypass valve in service position
  5.            Meter connection disconnected          b. Connect meter to PC board
  6. Restricted/stalled meter turbine c. Remove meter and check for rotation or foreign

material

  1. Defective meter                                      d. Replace meter
  2. Defective PC board e. Replace PC board
  3. Control valve regenerates at wrong time of day
  4. Power outages             a. Reset control valve to correct time of day

 

  1. Time of day not set correctly  b. Reset to correct time of day
  2. Time of regeneration incorrect          c. Reset regeneration time

 

  1. Control valve set at “ on 0″ d. Check control valve set-up procedure

(immediate regeneration)           regeneration time option

  1. Control valve set at NORMAL + c. Check control valve set-up procedure

on 0                                                              regeneration time option

 

  1. ERROR followed by code number

Error Code 1001 -Unable to recognize start of regeneration

Error Code 1002— Unexpected stall

Error Code 1003 – Motor ran to long, limed out trying to reach next cycle position

Error Code 1004- Motor ran to long, timed out trying to reach home position.

If other Error Codes display contact the factory.

  1. Control valve has just been                                   a. Press NEXT and REGEN for 3

serviced                                       seconds or unplug power source jack

(black wire) and plug back in to reset

control valve

  1. Foreign matter is lodged in                          b. Check piston and spacer stack

control valve                                                             assembly for foreign matter

  1. High drive forces on piston c. Replace piston(s) and spacer stack assembly
  2. Control valve piston not in home position d. Press NEXT and REGEN for 3 seconds or

unplug power source jack (black wire) and

plug back in to reset control valve

  1. Motor not inserted filly to engage e. Check motor and wiring.

pinion, motor wires broken or disconnected,                 Replace motor if necessary

motor failure

  1. Drive gear label dirty or damaged,                      f.Replace or clean drive gear

missing or broken gear

  1. Drive bracket incorrectly aligned to back plate g. Resent drive bracket properly

 

  1. PC board is damaged or defective    h. Replace PC board

i.PC board incorrectly aligned to             i.Ensure PC board is correctly snapped

drive bracket  onto drive bracket

Problem                                             Possible Cause                                                     Solution

  1. Control valve stalled in regeneration
  2. Motor not operating a. Replace motor
  3. No electric power at outlet             b. Repair outlet or use working outlet
  4. Defective transformer      c. Replace transformer
  5. Defective PC board d. Replace PC board
  6. Broken drive gear or drive cap e. Replace drive gear or drive cap

assembly                                                    assembly

  1. Broken piston retainer         f. Replace drive cap assembly
  2. Broken main or regenerant piston g. Replace main or regenerant piston
  3. Control valve does not regenerate automatically

when REGEN button is depressed and held   a. Transformer unplugged       a. Connect transformer

  1. No electric power at outlet                        b. Repair outlet or use working outlet
  2. Broken drive gear or drive cap assembly c. Replace drive gear or drive cap

assembly

  1. Defective PC board d. Replace PC board

 

  1. Control valve does not regenerate automatically but does when REGEN button is depressed
  2. By-pass valve in bypass position         a. Put bypass valve in normal operation

position

  1. Meter connection disconnected        b. Connect meter to PC board
  2. Restricted/stalled meter turbine    c. Remove meter and check for rotation

 

or foreign matter

 

  1. Defective meter                                  d. Replace meter
  2. Defective PC board .             e. Replace PC board
  3. Set-up error           f.Check control valve set-up procedure
  4. Time of day flashes on and off
  5. Power has been out more than two a. Reset the time of day

hours, the transformer was

unplugged and then plugged back

into the wall outlet, the

transformer plug was unplugged and then plugged back into the

board or the NEXt and REGEN

buttons were pressed to reset the

valve.

Section: other WS-1  parts and other stories and discussions

080717 10:15 PM

Our firm provides water softener systems to Phoenix and Cave Creek Arizona (and many other Phoenix metro cities).  We build your water softener and reverse osmosis units – so you get the right type for Arizona and the correct quality for your water treatment needs.

A man contacted us today needing a transformer for a WS-1 Clack water softener.  He brought his transformer into our office.

The picture below is a transformer for a WS-1 Clack Water softener.

The picture above represents a transformer for a WS-1 Clack Water softener Used Price: $15.00 plus tax

 

The picture below is a circuit board for a WS-1 Clack Water softener.

 

Used WS-1 circuit board $90 plus tax

It turns out his circuit board was bad.  He lives in Buckeye Arizona and has really hard water and needed repairs for his Clack WS-1 water softener installed in his home in Buckeye Arizona.  We took action and provided him the circuit board for his Clack WS-1 water softener in Buckeye, Arizona.

 

#2

 

Kinetico-Water-Softener

09.14.14  Here are the Kinetico Water Softener parts we carry.  Have you ever heard the saying ‘A picture is worth 1,000 words’?  Soon- more pictures of Kinetico Water Softener parts and services to arrive (all these will be posted) .

Kinetico water softener complete valve 1

Kinetico water softener complete valve 1. Already been used (recycled) $200.00 plus tax

Kinetico water softener parts 3

Kinetico water softener parts 2 ‘level 1’ part #211.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

Kinetico water softener parts 2

Kinetico water softener parts 3.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

Kinetico water softener parts 4

Kinetico water softener parts 4 ‘level 2/3’ part # 215.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

Kinetico water softener parts 5

 

Kinetico water softener parts 5.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 6

 

Kinetico water softener parts 6.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 7

 

Kinetico water softener parts 7.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 8

 

Kinetico water softener parts 8.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 9

 

Kinetico water softener parts 9.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 10

 

Kinetico water softener parts 10.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 11

 

Kinetico water softener parts 11 .   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 12

 

Kinetico water softener parts 12 ‘valve screws’ part # 210.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 13

 

Kinetico water softener parts 13.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 14

 

Kinetico water softener parts 14 ‘disc’ part # 238.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 15

 

Kinetico water softener parts 15 (screw ‘cap’ part # 236).   Already been used (recycled) 50 cents plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 16

 

Kinetico water softener diagram 16.   To show the assembly of these parts.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 17

 

Kinetico water softener parts 17 ‘spring-piston’ part #249.   Already been used (recycled) $1.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 18

 

Kinetico water softener parts 18.   Already been used (recycled) 50 cents plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 19

 

Kinetico water softener parts 19.   Already been used (recycled) 50 cents plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 20

 

Kinetico water softener parts 20.   Already been used (recycled) 50 cents plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 21

 

Kinetico water softener parts 21.   Already been used (recycled) 50 cents plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 22

 

Kinetico water softener parts 22.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 23

 

Kinetico water softener diagram 23.   To show the assembly of these parts.

 

Kinetico water softener parts 24

 

Kinetico water softener parts 24 ‘cap’ part # 237.   Already been used (recycled) $5.00 plus tax.

 

08.08.14 Kinetico water softener.  We have parts and perform service on this unit.

kinetico 1

kinetico 2

The above diagrams were taken from Google images; I typed in Kinetico parts diagrams.  Brian Hayden Boyett BS, CWS-VI, CI

08.28.14 We will begin posting Kinetico parts that we recycle.  If you need a Kinetico part we plan to inventory them all.  If you buy your Kinetico parts from our company; the savings will be enormous.

08.29.14 10 AM.  When we have enough Kinetico parts and components in our inventory we will begin providing these Kinetico Water softeners (and eventually Kinetico reverse osmosis units) on a rental basis for $30/mo plus tax.  We will also sell these recycled units.  The recycled units we sell will be ‘like new’.    The price saving will be tremendous.  In my opinion the retail prices of Kinetico units and parts require a large investment of money.  We feel our recycling work with Kinetico parts, tanks and components – including cation resin replacement (resin change out on Kinetico Water Softeners; to change cation resin on Kinetico Water Softeners)  and carbon media replacement (carbon media change out on Kinetico Water Softeners;  to change the carbon media in a Kinetico Water Softener)  will save our Kinetico clients thousands of dollars.  We also feel with our expert technicians we will provide a very exceptional level of service and outstanding and friendly customer service.  Our technicians are very communicative and responsive.

It is my opinion that Kinetico Water Softeners do not have enough cation resin media to effectively soften the hard Arizona water.  We feel the most appropriate resin capacity (used continuously) is 64,000 grains.  As I understand the present Kinetico residential water softeners being offered in this valley are much less than 64,000 grains (using 64,000 grains continuously ‘at the same time’).  Therefore, based upon the flow rates of our pipes and appliances (please see this link for scientific data: http://www.azh2o.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100) and the ability of ‘cation resin’ to soften the water; Kinetico water softeners may not be the most effective solution for our hard Arizona water.  I’m just saying.  However, we will be happy to help you keep your small Kinetico water softeners running.  Kinetico water softeners regenerate constantly and waste much water.  Please ask about our zero water waste whole house water treatment solution (which includes whole house carbon filtration for the entire home).  We will provide you 100% chlorine free water with this water treatment method.

KINETICO 25

KINETICO 26

Source: the above two diagrams: ‘gallons – per – minute flow delivered by various pipe sizes at various pressures’ and ‘calculating residential water demand’ ( I found this information in my father’s file (William Brian Boyett ‘during his career he achieved the certification of CWS-V through the WQA.ORG’) titled Kinetico Water Softeners and Water Treatment equipment. He utilized this information when competing against the company known as Kinetico because their resin quantities are much smaller than ours and their units have a lower flow rate. For a single family home, or a business – both of these flaws can be a detriment when providing water treatment to an establishment.

This document was written and prepared by

Brian Hayden Boyett BS, CWS VI, CI

General Manager, Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning

Office: (480) 969-7251

Cell:     (602) 291-4157

 
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 http://www.azh2o.com

 

source: http://www.azh2o.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100 (The origination date of this document is: 04.02.13)

#3

 

Erie-Water-Softener

08.08.15 Erie water softener.  We have parts available at our office (for this equipment).  We are qualified to perform service on this unit.

 

 

#4

 

Fleck-5600-Econominder-Water-Softener

 

08.08.14 Fleck 5600 (Econominder) Water Softener.  We have all the parts on this unit and are prepared to perform service on this unit.

This has been one of the most dependable valves in our industry.  This is the valve that we utilize on most our residential rental water softeners.

This valve was developed in the 1980’s by a company called Fleck Controls.  Fleck Controls used be called L.W. FLECKENSTEIN, INC. and people would say often they had a “Fleckenstein valve.” They are now called “Fleck Controls” and are owned by Pentair Water, a world conglomerate of water-related companies. Fleck makes a large number of control valves for residential and commercial water softeners and backwashing filters, and have been a world leader in this technology for over 50 years. (this is a extract from a Fleck Controls marketing media).

This is a marketing brochure describing our 5600 valve.

269.5

10.21.15 9:15 AM

270

Model 5600 & 5600 Fleck Econominder®

Service Manual

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Model 5600 Econominder Installation and Start-up Procedures

NOTE: Install the water softener with the inlet, outlet and drain connections made according to manufacturer’s recommendations and to meet applicable plumbing codes.

 

 

Manual Regeneration Knob   24-Hour Gear

271

Words in pictures:

Red Time Set Button

Manual Regeneration Knob

Program Wheel

24-Hour Gear

People Dial

White Dot

Grains Per Gallons Water Hardness Scale

Gallons Label

Model 5600 Econominder       –

1Manually index the softener control to the In Service position and let water flow into the resin tank. When the water flow stops, open a softened water tap until all air is released from the lines. Then close tap.

NOTE: The various regeneration positions may be dialed manually by turning the knob on the front of the control until the indicator shows that the softener is in the desired position.

  1. Set water usage program wheel using anyone of the following procedures: Typical Residential Application

To program, just set the time, set the hardness and it automatically monitors system needs and regenerates only when necessary. To set time of day press red time set button and turn 24-hour gear until present time of day is at “time of day.” Set program wheel by lifting the “people” dial and rotating it so that the number of people in the household is aligned with the household grains per gallon water hardness. Release the dial and check for firm engagement at setting. This method provides reserve capacity based on 75 gallons per person.

– Optional Programming Procedures

Calculate the gallon capacity of the system, subtract the necessary reserve requirement and set the gallons available at the small white dot on program wheel gear. Note, drawing shows 850 gallon setting. The capacity (gallons) arrow denotes remaining gallons exclusive of fixed reserve.

  1. Rotate program wheel counterclockwise until it-stops at Regeneration position.
  2. Manually index the control to the Backwash position and allow water to flow at the drain for 3 or 4 minutes.
  3. Remove back cover plate.
  4. Make sure than the salt dosage is set as recommended by the manufacturer. Manually index the control to the Brine Fill position and allow the brine tank to fill to the top of the air check.
  5. Manually index the control to the Brine Rinse position and allow the control to draw water from the brine tank until it stops.
  6. Plug in the electrical cord and look in the sight hole in the back of the monitor to see that it is running.
  7. Manually advance the control to the beginning of the Brine Fill position and allow the control to return to the In Service position automatically.
  8. Fill the brine tank with salt.
  9. Replace back cover on the control. Be sure cable is not pinched between cover and housing.
  10. Make sure that any bypass valving is left in the normal In Service position.

 

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

272

 

Model 5600 Control Valve Drive Assembly

 

 

Item Number   No. Req ‘d         Part Number    Description

1            14448-010        housing, with pin

1            14448-011        housing, with pin drilled for screw

14448-012        housing, with pin drilled for thumb screw

IA          1            15494-01           “L” housing, with pin

15494-03           “L” housing, with pin drilled for designer

2            1            13175  motor mounting plate

3            1            18743  motor, 120V, 60 Hz

1            19659  motor, 24V 60 Hz

4            (2-3)     11384  screw, motor mtg. and ground wire

5            (3-5)     13296  screw, component mounting

6            1            13017  idler gear

7            1            13018  idler pinion

8            1            13312  spring, idler

9            1            13164  drive gear

11          1            13170  main gear and shaft

12          1            19205  24-hour gear assembly, silver

1            19205-01           24-hour gear assembly, tan

13          1            13011  cycle actuator gear

14          1            14177  knob, manual regeneration

15          4            13300  ball, 1/4″ dia.

16          2            13311  spring, detent, skipper wheel

19          1            14381  skipper wheel assembly, 12-day

1            14860  skipper wheel assembly, 7-day

20          1            13864  skipper wheel ring

21          2            14457  spring, detent, main gear

22          1            13014  regeneration pointer

23          1            11842  electrical cord, standard

24          2            12681  wire connector (not shown)

25          1            13547  strain relief

26          1            13229  back cover

27          1            13309  front label, brown on beige

1            13437  front label, blue/silver on black

28          1            13310  rear label, softener

1            18520  rear label, filter

29          1            13348  tape stripe, brown on beige

1            13436  tape stripe, blue on silver

30A       1            60514  brine cam assembly, 3-18

1            60514-01           brine cam assembly, 6-36

1            60514-02           brine cam assembly, minutes

34          2            12473  screw-drive mounting

35A       1            12037  washer

37          1            15151  screw, knob

38          1            14176  valve position dial, standard

1            14278  valve position dial, low water

1            15478  valve position dial, chemical filter

1            16715  valve position dial, filter

39          1            14175  knob label, beige

14207  knob label, silver

40A       1            40214  screw, brine cam

A Not used when a filter valve

273

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Model 5600 and 5600 Econominder Control Valve Drive Assembly

Item Number   No. Req’d          Part Number    Description

2-4        13255  adapter clip (clock or meter)

2            5            13242  seal

S            17772  silicone seal

3            I             61400-12           valve body assembly, l”dist.

61400-11           valve body assembly, 3/4″ dist.

4            1            13304  o-ring, distributor tube, I”

10244  o-ring, distributor tube, 13/16″

5            1            12281  o-ring, top of tank

6            6                          not assigned

7            4            14241  spacer

8            1            13247  piston, standard

1            13781  piston, low water

1            13852  piston, filter

9            1            10696  piston pin

10          1            13001  piston rod assembly

II            1            12953  piston retainer

12          1            13446  end plug assembly standard, white

13446-10           end plug assembly filter, black

13          1            13446-20           end plug assembly low water, gray

14          2            13315  screw, injector mounting

15          2            19228  adapter coupling

16*       4            13305  o-ring, adapter coupling

I7           2-4        13314  screw, adapter coupling (clock or meter)

18          1            •            12638  o-ring, drain

19          2            13301  o-ring, injector

20A       2            13302  0-ring, brine spacer

21          1            13303  0-ring, injector cover

22          1            13163  injector body

23A       I             10913U              injector nozzle, undrillcd

24          1            10914  injector throat, specify size

25          1            10227  injector screen

26          1            13166  injector cover

27          1            13172  brine valve stem

28          1            12626  brine valve seat

29          1            13165  brine valve cap

30          I             13167  brine valve spacer

31          1            12550  quad ring

32          1            11973  spring, brine valve

33          1            16098  washer, brine valve

34          1            11981-01           retaining ring

35          1            10329  BLFC fitting nut

36          1            10330  BLFC ferrule

37          1            10332  BLFC tube insert

38          1            12094  BLFC button, .25gpm

12095  BLFC button, .50 gpm

1            12097  BLFC button, 1.0gpm

39A       1            12977  ring, BLFC

40          1            13245  BLFC button retainer

41          1            13244  BLFC fitting, 3/8″

42          1                          DLFC button, specify size

43          1            13173  DLFC button retainer

44          1            12767  screen, brine line

45          1            15348  o-ring, DLFC (not shown)

46          1            13497  air disperser

47          I             13546  end plug retainer

48          3            12112  screw

49          1            13363  washer

50          1            13296  screw

51A       1            13398  yoke, brass, I” NPT

1            13708  yoke, brass, 3/4″NPT

SIB        1            18706  yoke, plastic, I” NPT

1            18706-02           yoke, plastic 3/4″ NPT

52          I             13308  drain hose barb

53          1            13918  BLFC. plug

54A       1            13857  brine valve, plug

* not used with meter controls A used in backwash filter

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Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Model 5600 Econominder Control Valve Drive Assembly

Item Number   No. Req ‘d         Part Number    Description

1            14448-000        housing, with roll pin

14488-001        housing, with pin drilled for screw

14448-0             housing, with pin drilled for thumb screw

IA          1            15494-01           ‘L” housing, with pin

15494-03           “L” housing, with pin drilled for designer

2            1            13175  motor mounting plate

3            1            18743  motor, 120V 60 Hz

1            13494  motor, 24V 60 Hz

4            2-3        11384  screw, motor mtg. and ground wire

5            2-4        13296  screw, component mounting

6            1            13017  idler gear

7            1            13018  idlerpinion

8            1            13312  spring, idler

9            1            13164  drive gear

11          1            13170  main gear and shaft

12          1            19205  24-hour gear assembly, silver

1            19205-01           24-hour gear assembly, tan

13          1            13802  cycle actuator gear

14          1            14177  knob, manual regeneration

15          2            13300  ball, 1/4″ dia.

16          2            14457  spring, detent

18          I             13748  screw, program wheel

19          1            60405-I5            program skipper wheel assembly, specify hardness capacity

20          1            13806  program wheel retainer

21          1            13953  cover label, program wheel

22          1            11842  –

23          2            12681  wire connector

24          1            13547  strain relief

25          1            13229  back cover

26                                      not assigned

27          1            13955  front label, beige

13958  front label, silver

28          1            13310  rear label, softener

18520  rear label, filter

29          1            13957  tape stripe, beige

13960  tape stripe, silver

30          1            60514  brine cam assembly, 3-18

60514-01           brine cam assembly, 6-36

1            60514-02           brine cam assembly, minutes

34          2            12473  screw-drive mounting

35          I             12037  washer

37          1            13830  drive pinion, program wheel

38          1            13831  clutch, drive pinion

39          1            14253  spring retainer

40          1            14276  spring

41          1            14043  cable assembly, standard

14910  cable assembly, extended, right angle

42          1            14176  valve position dial, standard

14278  valve position dial, low water

I             15478  valve position dial, filter

43          1            14175  knob label, beige

I             14207  knob label, silver

44          1            15151  screw, knob

45          1            40214  screw, brine cam

275

MODEL 5600 & 5600 ECONOMINDER

by-pass valve assembly, plastic

 

PARTS LIST

Parts for the Fleck 5600 (RF Series):                                 By-Pass Valve Assembly (plastic)

ITEM NO.    NO. REQ’D              PART NO.          DESCRIPTION

1                        1                              19723 By-Pass Valve Body, Plastic

2                           1                           11183            0 Ring, -015

3                           1                           19724        Cap, By-Pass

4                           2                           17512 Screw, Hex Washer Head, #6-24 x 3

5                           2                          17820                        Plug, By-Pass

6                            4                           18661                            O Ring, -218

7                             2                        18662                            Retaining Ring

8                                2                     18660                               0 Ring

9                              2                        13305                 0 Ring, 119

10                               2                    13255                                  Clip, Mounting

11                       2                          13314                               Screw, Hex Washer Head. 8-18 x5/8

12A                        1                       18706                Yoke, Plastic, 1″ NPT

18706-02                         Yoke, Plastic, 3/4″ NPT

12B                        1                     13708                              Yoke, 3/4″

1               18708NP                       Yoke, 3/4″ Nickel Plated

1                      13398                           Yoke, 1″

1 13398NP                        Yoke, 1″ Nickel Plated

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Bypass Valve Assembly, Brass

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Here is some information regarding the 5600 bypass valve and components.  We have all the parts and supplies to fix this bypass valve.

 

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This is the part called the bypass boot.

This is my finger sticking through the hole.

This hole is caused by age and the chlorine (which the city puts in the water) breaks down the plastic.

There should be no hole.

The degradation of this part will cause the bypass valve to erroneously begin to leak.

If this happens – this may happen to you:

 

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In our opinion; it is better to be proactive.

This part is inserted in this old 5600 bypass valve:

 

oldstyle-5600-bypass

 

We sell the bypass boot for $15.00 plus tax. Please call to confirm we have this in stock.

Our office phone number is (480) 969-7251. Our address is: 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa AZ 85210

 

Bypass Valve Assembly, Brass

Item Number   No. Req ‘d         Part Number               Description

1                              1                        17290           bypass valve body, 3/4″

1                         17290NP                 bypass valve body, 3/4″)

1                        13399       bypass valve body, 1″

1                         3399NP         bypass valve body, 1″ (nickel-plated)

2                               1                        11726                          seal, bypass

3                                 1                      11972                             plug, bypass

4                          1               11978                          side cover

5                               1                     13604-01                     label

6                              8                       15727               screw

7                          1                         11986                 side cover

8                          1                        11979                  lever, bypass

9                          1                       11989                       screw, hex head, 1/4-14

A good idea is to upgrade to this bypass valve. The flow rate is better and it comes with our Boyett’s Family Resin screen ‘world-wide invention’. No other water company offers this feature (The Boyett’s Family Resin screen). This is an image of the new bypass valve ‘with the Boyett’s Family Resin screen’:

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The screen will help prevent significant plumbing problems and financial loss by protecting your home – if the lower collector breaks.

This new bypass valve is more dependable and has a better flow rate.

This is an image of a lower collector which has broken:

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Model 5600 Econominder Meter Assembly

Item Number   No. Req ‘d         Part Number    Description

1                              4                       12473           screw, meter cover assembly

2A                              1                      14038           meter cover assembly, standard

213                             1                      15659       meter cover assembly, extended range (right angle)

3                                1                    13847               0-ring, meter cover assembly

4                               1                     13509                 impeller

5                               4                      13314                 screw, adapter clip

6                               4                     13255                   adapter clip

7                              1                     13821                meter body

8                                4                     13305              0-ring, meter body

9                                1                    14613                 flow straightener

 

This 5600 water softener (in Mesa, AZ; Chandler, AZ; Phoenix, Arizona; Cave Creek, AZ) is also known as an Ultima Water softener – distributed by a famous water treatment manufacture named B and R Industries (BR Industries, B and R Water softeners and RO units Mesa, Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona, Glendale, Arizona).

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Instructions

Replace Time Brine Valve, Injectors and Screen

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:

If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” bypass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.

If the conditioner has an integral bypass valve, put it in the Bypass position. If there is only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.

  1. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the Backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the In Service position.
  2. Disconnect brine tube and drain line connections at the injector body.
  3. Remove the two injector body mounting screws. The injector and brine module can now be removed from the control valve. Remove and discard valve body o-rings.
  4. Replace brine valve.

Pull brine valve from injector body, also remove and discard o-ring at bottom of brine valve hole. Apply silicone lubricant to new o-ring and reinstall at bottom of brine valve hole.

Apply silicone lubricant to o-ring on new valve assembly and press into brine valve hole, shoulder on bushing should be flush with injector body.

  1. Replace injectors and screen.

Remove injector cap and screen, discard o-ring. Unscrew injector nozzle and throat from injector body.   Screw in new injector throat and nozzle, be sure they are seated tightly. Install a new screen.

Apply silicone lubricant to new o-ring and install around oval extension on injector cap.

  1. Apply silicone lubricant to three new o-rings and install over three bosses on injector body.
  2. Insert screws with washers through injector cap and injector. Place this assembly through hole in timer housing and into mating holes in the valve body. Tighten screws. (Be sure to reinstall brass spacers with injector on model 4600 valve.)
  3. Reconnect brine tube and drain line.
  4. Return bypass or inlet valving to normal In Service position. Water pressure automatically builds in the conditioner. NOTE: Be sure to shut off any bypass line.
  5. Check for leaks at all seal areas. Check drain seal with the control in the Backwash position.
  6. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
  7. Set time of day and cycle the control valve manually to assure proper function.

— Make sure control valve is in the In Service position.

  1. Make sure there is enough brine in the brine tank.
  2. Rotate program wheel counterclockwise until it stops at Regeneration position.
  3. Start regeneration cycle manually if water is hard.

 

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Instructions (Contd.)

Replace Timer

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:

– If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” bypass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the. valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.

– If the conditioner has an integral bypass valve, put it in the Bypass position. If there is only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.

  1. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the Backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the In Service position.
  2. Pull cable out of meter cover. Remove the control valve back cover.
  3. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke. Remove timer mounting screws. The entire timer assembly now lifts off easily.
  4. Put new timer on top of valve. Be sure drive pin on main gear engages slot in drive yoke (rotate control knob if necessary).
  5. Replace timer mounting screws. Replace screw and washer at drive yoke.
  6. Return bypass or inlet valying to normal In Service position. Water pressure automatically builds in the conditioner. NOTE: Be sure to shut off any bypass line.
  7. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
  8. Set time of day, program wheel, and salt usage. Cycle the control valve manually to assure proper function. Be sure to return the control valve to the In Service position.
  9. Replace the control valve back cover. Be sure grommet at cable hole is in place.
  10. Make sure there is enough brine in the brine tank.
  11. Rotate program wheel counterclockwise until it stops at Regeneration position.
  12. Start regeneration cycle manually if water is hard.
  13. Plug cable into meter cover, rotate cable to align drive flat if necessary.

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Instructions (Contd.)

Replace Piston Assembly

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:

If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” bypass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.

If the conditioner has an integral bypass valve, put it in the Bypass position. – If there is only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.

  1. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the Backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the In Service position.
  2. Pull cable out of meter cover. Remove the control valve back cover.
  3. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke. Remove timer mounting screws. The entire timer assembly now lifts off easily. Remove end plug retainer plate.
  4. Pull upward on end of piston yoke until assembly is out of valve.
  5. Inspect the inside of the valve to make sure that all spacers and seals are in place, and that there is no foreign matter that would interfere with the valve operation.
  6. Take new piston assembly as furnished and push piston into valve by means of the end plug. Twist yoke carefully in a clockwise direction to properly align it with drive gear. Replace end plug retainer plate.
  7. Place timer on top of valve. Be sure drive pin on main gear engages slot in drive yoke (rotate control knob if necessary).
  8. Replace timer mounting screws. Replace screw and washer at drive yoke.
  9. Return bypass or inlet valving to normal In Service position. Water pressure automatically builds in the conditioner. NOTE: Be sure to shut off any bypass line.
  10. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
  11. Set time of day, program wheel, and salt usage. Cycle the control valve manually to assure proper function. Be sure to return the control valve to the In Service position.
  12. Replace the control valve back cover. Be sure grommet at cable hole is in place.
  13. Make sure there is enough brine in the brine tank.
  14. Rotate program wheel counterclockwise until it stops at Regeneration position.
  15. Start regeneration cycle manually if water is hard.
  16. Plug cable into meter cover. Rotate cable to align drive flat if necessary.

 

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Instructions (Contd.)

Replace Seals and Spacers

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:

If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” bypass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.

– If the conditioner has an integral bypass valve, put it in the Bypass position. – If there as only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.

  1. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the Backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the In Service position.
  2. Pull cable out of meter cover. Remove the control valve back cover.
  3. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke. Remove timer mounting screws. The entire timer assembly now lifts off easily. Remove end plug retainer plate.
  4. Pull upward on end of piston rod yoke until assembly is out of valve. Remove and replace seats and spacers with fingers.

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Instructions (Contd.)

Replace Meter

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:

If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” bypass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the

valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.

If the conditioner has an integral bypass valve, put it in the Bypass position.

If there is only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.

  1. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the Backwash position momentarily. Return the control

to the In Service position.

  1. Pull cable out of meter cover.
  2. Remove two screws and clips at bypass valve or yoke. Pull resin tank away from plumbing Connections.
  3. Remove two screws and clips at control valve. Pull meter module out of control valve.
  4. Apply silicone lubricant to four new 0-rings and assemble to four ports on new meter module.
  5. Assemble meter to control valve.Note, meter portion of module must be assembled at valve outlet.
  6. Attach two clips and screws at control valve. Be sure clip legs are firmly engaged with lugs.
  7. Push resin tank back to the plumbing connections and engage meter ports with bypass valve or yoke.
  8. Attach two clips and screws at bypass valve or yoke. Be sure clip legs are firmly engaged with lugs.
  9. Return bypass or inlet valving to normal In Service position. Water pressure automatically builds in the conditioner. NOTE: Be sure to shut off any bypass line.
  10. Check for leaks at all seal areas.
  11. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
  12. Set time of day.

– Make sure control valve is in the In Service position.

  1. Rotate program wheel counterclockwise until it stops at Regeneration position.
  2. Start regeneration cycle manually if water is hard.
  3. Plug cable into meter cover. Rotate cable to align drive flat if necessary.

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Instructions (Contd.)

Replace Meter Cover and/or Impeller

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:

If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” bypass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.

– If the conditioner has an integral bypass valve, put it in the Bypass position If there is only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.

  1. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the Backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the In Service position.
  2. Pull cable out of meter cover.
  3. Remove four screws on cover
  4. Lift cover off of meter module, discard o-ring.
  5. Remove and inspect impeller for gear or spindle damage, replace if necessary.
  6. Apply silicone lubricant to new 0-ring and assemble to the smallest diameter on meter cover.
  7. Assemble cover to meter module. Be sure impeller spindle enters freely into cover. Press firmly on cover and rotate if necessary to assist in assembly.
  8. Replace four screws and tighten.
  9. Return bypass or inlet valving to normal In Service position. Water pressure automatically builds in the conditioner. NOTE: Be sure to shut off any bypass line.
  10. Check for leaks at all seal areas.
  11. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
  12. Set time of day.

Make sure control valve is in the In Service position.

  1. Rotate program wheel counterclockwise until it stops at Regeneration position.
  2. Start regeneration cycle manually if water is hard.
  3. Plug cable into meter cover. Rotate cable to align drive flat if necessary.

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Model 5600 and 5600 Econominder Troubleshooting

PROBLEM                                     CAUSE                                                             CORRECTION

1.Softener fails to regenerate.              A.Electrical service to unit has been       A.Assure

interrupted.                                                permanent electrical

service

(check fuse, plug, pull chain

or

switch).

B.Timer is defective.          B. Replace timer.

  1. Power failure.                      C.Reset time of day.

2.Softener delivers hard water.           A.Bypass valve is open.            A.Close bypass valve.

B.No salt in brine tank.   B. Add salt to brine tank and

Maintain salt level above

water level.

  1. Injectors or screen is plugged.          C.Replace injectors and

screen.

D.Insufficient water flowing into brine tank.            D.Check brine tank fill time

and clean

brine line flow control if plugged.

E.Hard water tank hardness.             E.Repeated flushings of the

hot water

tank is required.

F.Leak at distributor tube.                          F.Make sure distributor tube is

Not cracked. Check 0-ring and

tube pilot.

G.Internal valve leak.                     G.Replace seals and spacers and/or

piston.

3.Unit uses too much salt.       A.Improper salt setting.            A.Check salt usage and salt setting.

B.Excess water in brine tank.          B.See problem number 7.

4.Loss of water pressure   A.Iron build-up in line to water conditioner.              A.Clean line to water

conditioner.

B.Iron build-up in water conditioner.            B.Clean control and add resin

cleaner to

resin bed. Increase frequency of

regeneration.

  1. Inlet of control plugged due to foreign         C.Remove piston and clean

material loose from pipes by recent work                          control.

done on plumbing system.

5.Loss of resin through drain line.       A.Air in water system.        A.Assure that well system has

proper air elimination control,

check for dry well condition.

6.Iron in conditioned water.   A.Fouled resin bed.              A.Check backwash, brine draw and

brine tank fill, increase frequency of

regeneration, increase backwash

time.

7.Excessive water in brine tank.   A.Plugged drain line flow control.                     A.Clean flow control.

8.Salt water in service line.     A.Plugged injector system.      A.Clean injector and replace screen.

B.Timer not cycling.                   B. Replace timer.

  1. Foreign material in brine valve.        C.Clean or replace brine valve.

D.Foreign material in brine line flow control.           D.Clean brine line flow

control.

 

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Model 5600 and 5600 Econominder Troubleshooting (Contd.)

PROBLEM                                                        CAUSE                                                   CORRECTION

9.Softener fails to draw brine.              A.Draw line flow control is plugged.              A.Clean drain line

flow control.

B.Injector is plugged.    B.Clean or replace injectors.

C.Injector screen plugged.    C.Replace screen.

D.Line pressure is too low.          D. Increase line pressure

(minimum 20

psi at all times).

  1. Internal control leak.  E.Change seals, spacers

and/or piston

assembly.

  1. Control cycles continuously. A.Faulty timer mechanism. A.Replace timer.

11.Drain flows continuously.            A.Foreign material in control.    A.Remove piston assembly

and inspect

bore, remove foreign

material and

check control in various

regeneration positions.

B.Internal control leak.   B. Replace seals and/or

piston assembly.

  1. Control valve jammed in Brine or        C.Replace seals and/or piston

Backwash position.                                 assembly.

 

D.Timer motor stopped or jammed.          D.Replace timer.

General Service Hints for Meter Control

PROBLEM                                         CAUSE                                                                          CORRECTION

Softener delivers hard water.      A.Reserve capacity has been exceeded.              A.Check salt dosage

requirements and

reset program wheel to

provide

additional reserve.

B.Program wheel is not rotating with meter              B.Pull cable out of

output.                                                                       meter cover and

rotate manually, program

wheel must move without

binding and clutch must give

positive “clicks”

when program wheel strikes

regeneration stop (if not, replace

timer).

C.Meter is not measuring flow.   C.Check output by observing

rotation

of small gear on front of timer

(program wheel must not be against

regeneration stop for this check)

each tooth to tooth is approximately

30 gallons (if not, replace meter).

 

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Model 5600SF Troubleshooting

PROBLEM                                      CAUSE                                                CORRECTION

1.Filter fails to backwash.        A.Electrical service to unit has been  A.Assure permanent

interrupted.                               electrical service

(check fuse, plug, pull chain or

switch).

B.Timer is defective.    B. Replace timer.

  1. Power failure.                               C.Reset time of day.

2.Filter “bleeds” iron.                              A.Bypass valve is open.            A.Close bypass valve.

B.Excessive water usage.  B. Reduce days between,

backwashing

(see timer instructions), make sure

that there is not a leaking valve in the

toilet bowl or sinks.

  1.                                               Hot water tank rusty.              C.Repeated flushings of the

hot water              tank is required.

D.Leak at distributor tube.               D.Make sure distributor tube

is not cracked, check 0-ring

and tube pilot.

E.Defective or stripped filter medium bed.              E.Replace bed.

F.Inadequate backwash flow rate.                 F.Make sure filter has

correct drain

flow control, be sure flow control

is not clogged or drain

line restricted, be sure water

pressure has not dropped, increase

backwash flow rate according to

specifications for your

unit, see your dealer for

recommendations.

  1. Loss of water pressure. A.Iron or turbidity build-up in water filter. Reduce days

between backwashing

so filter backwashes more often,

make sure filter is sized large enough

to handle water usage.

B.Inlet plugged due to foreign material     B.Remove piston and clean control.

broken loose from pipes by recent work

done on plumbing system.

4.Loss of filter medium through  A.Broken or missing top screen.     A.Replace top screen, must

have 0.020″ drain line,                                                                                                                                         wide slots.

5.Drain flows continuously.    A.Foreign material in control.                     A.Remove piston assembly and

Inspect bore, remove foreign

material and

check control in various cycle

positions.

B.Internal control leak. B. Replace seals and/or piston

assembly.

  1. Control valve jammed in rinse or C.Replace piston, seals and

spacers

backwash.                           (and drive motor if necessary).

 

Model 5600 & 5600 Econominder®

Service Assemblies

Part Number                                                 Description

60102-00                                                            piston, softener

60102-10                                                              piston, filter

60102-20                                                            piston, low water

60125                                                                     seal kit

60084-XX                                                             injector

60032                                                                      brine valve

 

60514                                                                         brine cam, 3-18

60514-01                                                                  brine cam, 6-36

60514-02                                                               brine cam, minutes

60510                                                                       coupling, with clip and screws

60040                                                                        bypass, brass 3/4″ NPT

60041                                                                      bypass, brass 1″ NPT

60049                                                                       bypass, plastic

60086                                                                     meter, standard

60087                                                             meter, extended

160136-5600                                             service kit, meter

160135-5600                                                service kit, clock

14860                                                    skipper wheel, 7-day

14381                                                        skipper wheel, 12-day

60405-10                                                  meter program wheel, standard

60405-20                                            meter program wheel, extended

 

Parts for the Fleck 5600 Fleck (Rayne RF Series): Complete assemblies

PART NO.          DESCRIPTION

60022-50           BRINE LINE FLOW ASSEMBLY

60032                      BRINE VALVE

61020                     BRINE VALVE ASSEMBLY (SHURZ)

60040                           3/4″ BYPASS VALVE

60041                           1″ BYPASS VALVE

60084                            INJECTOR/ DRAIN MODULE

60086                         METER MODULE COMPLETE

14038                               METER COVER ASSEMBLY

60102-00          PISTON ASSEMBLY (STANDARD)

60102-20          PISTON ASSEMBLY (LOW FLOW)

60125                            SEAL KITS

60514                                     BRINE CAM ASSEMBLY

60354-00                         POWER HEAD METER

60353-00           POWER HEAD T/C

COMPLETE VALVE AND POWER HEAD

METER NO B.P.

COMPLETE VALVE AND POWER HEAD T/C

NO B.P.

13708               3/4″ BOSS ADAPTER

13398                     1″ BOSS ADAPTER

13400                            110 VOLT MOTOR

13494                               24 VOLT MOTOR

13170                 MAIN GEAR AND SHAFT

13168                BRINE CAM

14043                        METER CABLE

13830                DRIVE PINION

13831                   CLUTCH PINION

14253                            SPRING RETAINER

14276                                            SPRING

11726                            BY-PASS BOOT

60225-01           DUST COVER FOR TIMER (STANDARD)

60226-11           COVER FOR L STYLE TIMER

61400-12           VALVE BODY ONLY – 1″ DISTRIBUTOR

61400-11           VALVE BODY ONLY – 3/4″ DISTRIBUTOR

5600 OWNERS SERVICE MANUAL

 

Fleck 5600 Valve ( and Rayne RF Series)

This 5600 valve is so dependable we refer to this valve performance as bullet proof.  Because of this dependability we utilize this valve on most of our rental water softeners.

020817 9:03 AM

A man brought this 5600 SE valve in today for repair.  He said it was clicking and was not performing its normal function of regeneration.  He left this valve with us to rebuild.  We specialize in rebuilding all water softener valves.  There can be as many as 20 o-rings in each valve.  There are small components called a venturi, inductors and injectors.  All these parts must work harmoniously in order for the user to receive the best results.

This is a picture of the valve.

This is a picture of the 5600SE power head.

This is an image of cation resin beads taken under a microscope.

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We recently sent a sample of cation resin (water softener media) to a laboratory for testing purposes.  This is a description of the test performed.

MICROSCOPIC BEAD EXAMINATION:

A sample of the resin is placed under the microscope for determination of the physical integrity of the resin and contamination of the bead.

 

 

#5

Fleck-5000SE

08.08.15 Fleck 5000SE.  We have all the parts necessary to rebuild this unit (including the cation resin).  We also carry the turbines (these are prone to fail in Arizona ‘because of the corrosive water’).

09.02.14  A common problem we are finding, on this unit, is that it is not reading the gallons (the gallons do not count down).  This can cause hard water.  The solution; replace the turbine.  These turbines are problematic and need to replaced often.

Another problem we are experiencing with this type unit is error codes.  If you ever receive an error code on this unit please call us (480) 969-7251 or e mail me hayden@azh2o.com and we will help you develop a solution to this problem.

10.28.15 1:45 PM

ProFloSE Downflow brining service manual water softener (fleck 5000SE water softener)

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ProFloSE Downflow brining service manual water softener (fleck 5000SE water softener)

General Residential Installation Check List

WATER PRESSURE: A minimum of 20 psi inlet water pressure is required for regeneration valve to operate effectively

ELECTRICAL FACILITIES: An uninterrupted alternating current (A/C) supply is required. Please make sure your voltage supply is compatible with your unit before installation.

EXISTING PLUMBING: Condition of existing plumbing should be free from lime and iron buildup. Piping that is built up heavily with lime and/or iron should be replaced. If piping is clogged with iron, a separate iron filter unit should be installed ahead of the water softener.

LOCATION OF SOFTENER AND DRAIN: The softener should be located close to a clean working drain and connected according to local plumbing codes.

BY-PASS VALVES: Always provide for the installation of a by-pass valve if unit is not equipped with one.

CAUTION: Water pressure is not to exceed 120 p.s.i., water temperature is not to exceed 11000017, and the unit cannot be subjected to freezing conditions.

Valve Installation and Start-up Procedures

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

1 Place the softener tank where you want to install the unit making sure the tanks are level and on a firm base

  1. All plumbing should be done in accordance with local plumbing codes. The pipe size for the drain line should be a minimum of 1/2″. Backwash flow rates in excess of 7 gpm or length in excess of 20′ require 3/4″ drain line.
  2. The 1″ distributor tube (1.050 O.D.) should be cut flush with top of tank.
  3. Lubricate the distributor o-ring seal and tank o-ring seal. Place the main control valve on tank. Note: Only use silicone lubricant.

5 Solder joints near the drain must be done prior to connecting the Drain Line Flow Control fitting (DLFC) Leave at least 6″

between the DLFC and solder joints when soldering pipes that are connected on the DLFC Failure to do this could cause interior damage to the DLFC.

  1. Teflon tape is the only sealant to be used on the drain fitting.
  2. Make sure that the floor is clean beneath the salt storage tank and that it is level.

8 On units with a by-pass place in by-pass position Turn on the main water supply. Open a cold soft water tap nearby and let run a few minutes or until the system is free from foreign material (usually solder) that may have resulted from the installation. Once clean, close the water tap.

  1. Place the by-pass in service position and let water flow into the mineral tank. When water flow stops, slowly open a cold water tap nearby and let run until the air is purged from the unit.
  2. Plug unit into an electrical outlet. Note: All electrical connections must be connected according to local codes.
  3. Add water to the top of the air check. Manually step the valve to the Brine Draw Position and allow the valve to draw water from the brine tank until it stops. Note: The air check will check at approximately the midpoint of the screened intake area.
  4. Next, manually step the valve to the Brine Refill Position and allow the valve to return to Service automatically.
  5. With the valve in Service, check that there is about 1.0″ of water above the grid in the brine tank, if used.
  6. Fill the brine tank with salt.
  7. Set-Up is now finished, the control can now be left to run automatically.

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Valve Power head Assembly Parts List

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Valve Power Assembly Parts List

 

Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1………………………..1 ………….40269………………Plate, Front

2……………………….1 …………. 40326………………Label, Cover-up

3…………………………1 ………….19474………………Harness, Power

4………………………….1………….40283………………Circuit Board, SE Timer

5…………………………..1 ………….40376………………Button, Conductive

6……………………1 ………….19471-02 …………… Cover, Front Panel

7……………………1……………..19697-01 …………….Label, Display

8…………………..1 ………….19791-01 ……………Meter Cable Assy., Turbine

9……………………2 …………. 10218 ……………… Switch, Micro

10 ……………………2 …………. 17876 ………………. Screw #4-40×1.125

11…………………….1 ………….19927………………Cam, Switch Downflow

12 …………………..1 ………….18211-01 ……………Gear, Main Downflow

13 …………………1 …………… 18228 ……………… Cam, Brine, Downflow

14 ……………………..1 ………….18202-03 ……………Back Plate

15 ……………………..1 ………….40251………………Motor Assy., 24V 50/60Hz

16 …………………….2 …………. 13602 ……………… Screw, Rd. Hd. 6-33 x 5/16

17 …………………….1 ………….19674………………Transformer U.S. 24V (120V) 50/60HZ

1…………. 25651 ……………… Transformer European 24V (230V)

18 ……………………..1 ………….13547………………Strain Relief

19 …………………….4 …………. 12681 ……………… Nut, Wire, Beige

20 ……………………..1………….. 13363 ……………… Washer, Plain, .145 I.D.

21 ……………………….1 ………….18259-02 ……………Cover, Back Black

22 ……………………..6 …………. 13296 ……………… Screw, Hex Washer 6-20 x 1/2

23 ………………………..1………….18260-00 ……………Cover, Front Smoke

24 ………………………..2 ………….18261………………Screw,HexHead,10-24×13/16

Not Shown …………….1………….14044………………Cable Tie

 

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Control Valve Assembly Parts List

 

Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1……………………….1 ………….18815 …………. Valve Body, 5000, 1″ Dist.

2……………………….1 ………….18264 ………….Spacer, End

3………………………..4 ………….14241 ………….Spacer

4…………………………5 ………….13242 ………….Seal

5…………………………1 ………….18265 ………….Piston, Downflow

6……………………………1…………14309 ………….Retainer, Piston Rod

7………………………..1 ………….18268 …………..End Plug Assembly

8……………………….3 ………….18261 ………….Screw, Hex Washer Head, 10-24 x 13/16

9………………………..1 ………….18267 ………….Piston Rod

10………………………..1………….17978 ………….Brine Valve Stem

11………………………1 ………….18755 …………..Seat, Brine Valve

12………………………1 ………….13167 …………. Spacer, Brine Valve

13………………………1…………12550 ………….Quad Ring, -009

14………………………2 ………….13302 …………. ORing, -014

15……………………..1 ………….13165 …………..Cap,Brine Valve

16……………………….1………..11973 …………..Spring, Brine Valve

17………………………1…………16098 …………..Washer, Plain, Nylon

18……………………….1 …………. 11981-01 ……….. Retaining Ring

19…………………………….1…………11183 ………….0-Ring, -017

20…………………………..1 ………………………………Flow Washer (specify size)

21…………………………..1………….11385-01………..Flow Control Housing, Plastic

22…………………………….1………..18312 ………….Retainer, Drain

23………………………….1 ………….13304 ………….0-Ring, -121

24………………………….1 ………….18303 …………..0-Ring, -336

25………………………….2 ……………10141 ………….0-Ring, -010

26………………………….1 ………….18276 ………….Plug, Injector

27…………………………..2 ………….13771 …………. 0-Ring,-012

28…………………………..1………….18275-X ………..Injector Throat (specify size) 000, 00, 0, 1, 2, 3 29…………………………..1 ………….18274-X ………..Injector Nozzle (specify size) 000, 00, 0, 1, 2, 3 30…………………………….1 ………….18273 ………….Vortex Generator

31……………………………1…………18271 ………….Screen Injector

32……………………………1 ………….18301 ………….Seal, Injector

33………………………….1 ………….18277 . . . ……… Cap, Injector, Softener

34…………………………….2 ………….18262 …………..Screw, Hex Washer Head, 10-24 x 1

35……………………………1………….12977 …………..0-Ring, -015

36……………………………..1………….13245 ………….Retainer, BLFC Button

37…………………………….1 …………………………..Flow Washer (specify size)

38……………………………1………….13244 …………..Adapter, BLFC

39……………………………..1…………13308 ………….Hose Barb, Black, 1/2 x 1/2 Straight

………………………………….1 …………….12338 ………….Hose Barb, Black, 1/2 x 1/2 90° Elbow 40……………………………..1 ………….18280 ………….Top Collector, I”, X .011, Gray

…………………………………..1 ………….18280-01………..Top Collector, 1″, X.020 White, Wide Slot

………………………………….I …………..18280-02…………Top Collector, 1″, X .008 Red, Narrow Slot

41 ………………………………1 …………..14613 …………..Flow Straightener

OPTION

Adapter Coupling Day Clock Only

45…………………………………2 …………..19228 …………..Adapter Coupling

46………………………………….4 ………….13305 ………….0-Ring, -119

47…………………………………2 ………….13255 ………….Clip, Mounting

48………………………………….2 ………….13314 ………….Screw, Hex Washer Head 8-18 x 5/8

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2310 Safety Brine Valve Parts List

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2310 Safety Brine Valve Parts List

 

Item No.            Quantity           Part No              Description

I………………………….1 …………. 19645 ……………… Safety Brine Valve Body

2…………………………..I …………..19803………………Safety Brine Valve Arm Assembly

3…………………………1 …………. 19804 ……………… Stud, 10-24

4…………………………1 ………….19805………………Nut, 10-24

5………………………….1 ………….19652-01 …………… Poppet & Seal

6…………………………….1 ………….19649………………Flow Dispenser

7……………………………..1 ………….11183 ………………0-Ring, -017

8……………………………..1 ………….19647………………Elbow, Safety Brine Valve

9…………………………….2 ………….19625………………Nut Assembly, 3/8

10 ………………………..1 ………….18312………………Retaining Clip

11…………………………1 ………….60014………………Safety Brine Valve, 2310 (includes items 1-10)

12 ………………………….2 ………….10150………………Grommet (included with item 13)

13 …………………………..1 …………. 60068 ……………… Float Assembly, 2310

14 …………………………..1 …………..60002………………500 Air Check Assembly

 

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By-Pass Valve Assembly, Plastic Parts List

288

ProF1oSE Downflow water softener (5000SE)

By-Pass Valve Assembly, Plastic  Parts List

 

Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

9 …………           2            ………….13305 …………O-Ring,-119

10 …………         2            ………….13255………………Clip, Mounting

11          …………2            ………….13314 ………………Screw, Hex Washer Head, 8-18×5/8

12A       ……….  I             ………….18706………………Yoke, Plastic, 1″ NPF

18706-02 ……………Yoke, Plastic 3/4″

12B………..        1            ………….13708 ………………Yoke, 314″

1              ………….13708NP ……………Yoke, 3/4″ Nickel Plated

1            ………….13398………………Yoke, 1″

1             ………….13398NP ……………Yoke, 1″ Nickel Plated

12C………..        I             ………….19620………………Yoke, 3/4″, 90°, Plastic

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By-Pass Valve Assembly, Brass parts list

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By-Pass Valve Assembly, Brass parts list

Item No.            Quantity           Part No              Description

I ………………………..I ………….17290 ………………By-Pass Valve Body, 3/4″

…………………………..1 ………….17290NP…………….By-Pass Valve Body, 3/4″, Nickel Plate

……………………………. 1 ………….13399 ………………By-Pass Valve Body, 1″ …………………………….I………….13399NP…………….By-Pass Valve Body, 1″, Nickel Plate

2 ………………………..1…………..11726 ………………Seal, By-Pass

3 …………………………..I ………….11972 ………………Plug, By-Pass

4 ……………………………..I ………….11978 ………………Side Cover

5 ……………………………. 1 …………. 13604-01 ……………. Label

6 …………………………….8………….15727 ………………Screw

7 …………………………….1 ………….11986 ………………Side Cover

8 …………………………….1 ………….11979 ………………Lever, By-Pass

9 ……………………………I ………….11989 ………………Screw, Hex Head, 1/4-14

 

ProFLoSE  (5000SE FLECK) WATER SOFTENER

Parts list for ¾” turbine meter assembly

290

ProFLoSE  (5000SE FLECK) WATER SOFTENER

Parts list for ¾” turbine meter assembly

 

ASSY NO. 60626-01

Item No.            Quantity           Part No              Description

I ……………………………I        19797 ……………..Meter Assembly, Turbine

2………………………….2 ………….13314……………..Screw,HexWasher,8-18×5/8ó

3………………………….2 ………….19569………………Clip, Flow Meter

4…………………………..1              .19791-01 ……………     Meter Cable Assembly, Turbine

5…………………………..4              13305………………          O-Ring,-119

6 …………………………..1             ..14613………………       Flow Straightener

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Service Instructions

  1. TO REPLACE BRINE VALVE, INJECTORS,AND SCREEN
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner:
  3. If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” by-pass system, first open the valve in the by-pass line, then close the valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.
  4. If the conditioner has an integral by-pass valve, put it in the by-pass position.
  5. If there is only a shut-off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it.
  6. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by stepping the control into the backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the service position.

 

  1. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.
  2. Disconnect brine tube and drain line connections at the injector body.
  3. Remove the two injector body mounting screws. The injector and brine module can now be removed from the control valve. Remove and discard brine body 0-rings.

6A. To replace brine valve.

  1. Pull brine valve from injector body, also remove and discard 0-ring at bottom of brine valve hole.
  2. Apply silicone lubricant to new 0-ring and reinstall at bottom of brine valve hole.
  3. Apply silicone lubricant to 0-ring on new valve assembly and press into brine valve hole, shoulder on bushing should be flush with injector body.

6B. To replace injectors and screen.

  1. Remove injector cap and screen, discard 0-ring. Unscrew injector nozzle and throat from injector body.
  2. Screw in new injector throat and nozzle, be sure they are sealed tightly. Install a new screen.
  3. Apply silicone lubricant to new 0-ring and install around oval extension on injector cap.
  4. Apply silicone lubricant to three new 0-rings and install over three bosses on injector body.
  5. Insert screws thru injector cap and injector. Place this assembly thru hole in timer housing and into mating holes in the valve body. Tighten screws.
  6. Reconnect brine tube and drain line.
  7. Return by-pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner, and any by-pass line shut off.
  8. Check for leaks at all seal areas. Check drain seal with the control in the backwash position.
  9. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
  10. Set time of day and cycle the control valve manually to assure proper function. Make sure control valve is returned to the service position.
  11. Make sure there is enough salt in the brine tank.
  12. Start regeneration cycle manually if water is hard.

TO REPLACE TIMER

  1. Follow Steps A.1 through A.3.
  2. Remove the control valve back cover. Remove the control valve front cover. Disconnect the meter dome signal wire from the front cover and feed it back through the control.
  3. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke. Remove timer mounting screws. The entire timer assembly will now lift off easily.
  4. Put new timer on top of valve. Be sure drive pin on main gear engages slot in drive yoke.
  5. Replace timer mounting screws. Replace screw and washer at drive yoke. Replace meter signal wire.
  6. Return by-pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner, and any by-pass line shut off.
  7. Replace the control valve back cover.
  8. Follow Steps A.12 through A.15.
  9. TO REPLACE PISTON ASSEMBLY
  10. Follow Steps A.1 through A.3.
  11. Remove the control valve back cover. Remove the control valve front cover. Disconnect the meter dome signal wire from the front cover and feed it back through the control.
  12. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke. Remove timer mounting screws. The entire timer assembly will now lift off easily. Remove end plug retainer plate.
  13. Pull upward on end of piston yoke until assembly is out of valve.

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Service Instructions (Contd.)

TO REPLACE PISTON ASSEMBLY (Cont’d.)

  1. Inspect the inside of the valve to make sure that all spacers and seals are in place, and that there is no foreign matter that would interfere with the valve operation.
  2. Take new piston assembly as furnished and push piston into valve by means of the end plug. Twist yoke carefully in a clockwise direction to properly align it with drive gear. Replace end plug retainer plate.
  3. Place timer on top of valve. Be sure drive pin on main gear engages slot in drive yoke.
  4. Replace timer mounting screws. Replace screw and washer at drive yoke.
  5. Return by-pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner, and any by-pass ‘line shut off.
  6. Replace the control valve back cover.
  7. Follow Steps A.12 through A.15.
  8. TO REPLACE SEALS AND SPACERS
  9. Follow Steps A.1 through A.3.
  10. Remove the control valve back cover. Remove the control valve front cover. Disconnect the meter dome signal wire from the front cover and feed it back through the control.
  11. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke. Remove timer mounting screws. The entire timer assembly will now lift off easily. Remove end plug retainer plate.
  12. Pull upward on end of piston rod yoke until assembly is out of valve. Remove and replace seals and spacers.
  13. Take piston assembly and pish piston into valve by means of the end plug. Twist yoke carefully in a clockwise direction to properly align it with drive gear. Replace end plug retainer plate.
  14. Place timer on top of valve. Be sure drive pin on main gear engages slot in drive yoke.
  15. Replace timer mounting screws. Replace screw and washer at drive yoke.
  16. Return by-pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner, and any by-pass line shut off.
  17. Replace the control valve back cover.
  18. Follow Steps A.12 through A.15.
  19. TO REPLACE METER
  20. Follow Steps A.1 through A.3.
  21. Remove two screws and clips at by-pass valve or yoke. Pull resin tank away from plumbing connections.
  22. Pull meter module out of control valve.
  23. Remove signal wire from meter module, (snap tab on end opposite wire cable).
  24. Apply silicone lubricant to four new 0-rings and assemble to four ports on new meter module.
  25. Install signal wire into new meter module.
  26. Assemble meter to control valve. Note, meter portion of module must be assembled at valve outlet.
  27. Push resin tank back to the plumbing connections and engage meter ports with by-pass valve or yoke.
  28. Attach two clips and screws at by-pass valve or yoke. Be sure clip legs are firmly engaged with lugs.
  29. Return by-pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner, and any by-pass line shut off.
  30. Check for leaks at all seal areas.
  31. Follow Steps A.12 through A.15.

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Troubleshooting Guide

SYMPTONS                                                           PROBABLE CAUSE                      CORRECTION

1Softener fails to regenerate   A. Cord plugged into intermittent A. Connect to constant power

automatically.                                    or dead power source.               source.

  1. Disconnected meter cable. B. Reconnect cable.
  2. Defective power cord.        C. Replace cord.
  3. Defective timer, meter or sensor. D. Replace or repair

 

  1. Regeneration at wrong time. A. Timer improperly set, due to Power failure. A. Reset timer.
  2. Loss of capacity. A. Increased raw water hardness. A. Reset unit to the new capacity.
  3. Brine concentration and/or quantity. B. Keep brine tank full of salt at all times. Clean it

yearly. Salt may be bridged. If using a salt grid plate

ensure refill water is over it.

  1. Resin fouling. C. Call dealer, find out how to confirm it, clean the resin and prevent future fouling.
  2. Poor distribution, Channeling (uneven bed surface). D. Call dealer. Check distributors and

backwash flow.

  1. Internal valve leak. E. Call dealer. Replace spacers, seals and/or piston.
  2. Resin age. F. Call dealer. Check for resin oxidation caused by Chlorine. Mushy resin.
  3. Resin Loss. G Call dealer. Check for correct bed depth. Broken distributors. Air or gas in bed:

Well gas eliminator Loose brine line.

  1. Poor water quality A. Check items listed in #3.
  2. Bypass valve open. H. Close by-pass valve.
  3. Channeling. I. Check for too slow or high service flow.

Check for media fouling.

  1. High salt usage. A. High salt setting. A. Adjust salt setting.

 

  1. Excessive water in brine tank. CORRECTION B. See symptom No. 7.

 

 

Troubleshooting Guide (Cont’d.)

SYMPTONS                              PROBABLE CAUSE                                   CORRECTION

  1. Loss of water pressure. A. Scaling/Fouling of inlet pipe.
  2. Fouled resin. E. Clean the resin. Pretreat to prevent.
  3. Improper backwash. F. Too many resin fines and/or sediment.

Call dealer, reset backwash flow rate,

and/or adjust time

  1. Excessive water in brine tank Plugged Drain Line. A. Check flow to drain. Clean flow

and/or salty water to service.                                                         control.

  1. Dirty or damaged brine valve. B. Clean or replace brine valve.
  2. Plugged injector. C. Clean injector and replace screen.
  3. Low inlet pressure. D. Increase pressure to allow injector to perform properly (20 psig

minimum.)

  1. Timer not cycling. E. Replace timer.
  2. Softener fails to use salt.

 

  1. Plugged/restricted drain line. A. Clean drain line and /

or flow control.

  1. Injector is plugged. B. Clean or replace injector and screen.
  2. No water in brine tank. C. Check for restriction in BLFC. Ensure safety float is not stuck.
  3. Water pressure is too low. D. Line pressure must be at least 20 psi.
  4. Brine line injects air during brine draw. E. Check brine line for air leaks.
  5. Internal control leak. F. Call dealer. Check piston, seals and spacers for scratches and dents.

 

  1. Control cycles continuously. A. Faulty timer. A. Replace timer.
  2. Continuous flow to drain. A. Foreign material in control. A. Call dealer. Clean valve, rebuild unit.
  3. Internal control leak. B. Same as above C. Valvejammed in brine or backwash position.
  4. Timer motor stopped or jammed. Clean or replace pipeline. Pretreat to prevent.
  5. Replace timer motor.

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Service Assemblies

AIR CHECK                                                                    SERVICE EQUIPMENT

60002  Residential Type, #500             12664  1/4″ Nut Driver

12736  Stuffer Tool (Seals & Spacers)

BRINE LINE FLOW CONTROLS (BLFC)                12874  Seal Hook

60022-12           Model 1600 with .125 GPM Flow Control       13061  Puller Tool (Seals & Spacers)

60022-25           Model 1600 with .25 GPM Flow Control         16908  Phillips Bit Large, 1/4″ Drive

60022-50           Model 1600 with .50 GPM Flow Control         16909  5/16″ Magnetic Socket, 1/4″ Drive

60022-00           Model 1600 with 1.00 GPM Flow Control       16174  Silicone Grease, 2 oz. Tube

16586-8             Silicone Grease, 8 lb. Pall

BRINE VALVE                 40157  Wrench, Plastic By-Pass

60032  Brine Valve Assembly 60135-ProFIoSE             Service Repair Kit

COLLECTORS, UPPER                 TIMER

18280  1″ Standard Slot (010 – .012 slot size) 60652-00           Timer, ProFloSE, Downflow

18280-01           1″ Wide Slot (.019 -.022 slot size)

18280-02           1″ Narrow Slot (.007 -.009 slot size)    YOKES

13708  3/4″NPT

COVER               13708-10           314″ BSP

18260-00           Smoked Cover 13708NP           3/4″ NPT, Nickel Plated

13708-IONP     314″ BSP Nickel Plated

DISTRIBUTORS                             13708-45           3/4″ Sweat

60795-00           1″ x 72″ Standard Slot 13708-45NP     3/4″ Sweat, Nickel Plated

(.010 -.012 slot size)     13708-40           1″ Sweat

60795-01           1″ x 72″ Wide Slot (.019 -.022 slot size)            13708-40NP     1″ Sweat, Nickel Plated

60795-02           1″ x 72″ Narrow Slot    13398  1″ NPT

(.007 – .009 slot size)    13398-10           1″ BSP

13398NP           1″ NPT, Nickel Plated

DRAIN LINE FLOW CONTROLS                             13398-JONP     1″ BSP Nickel Plated

60705-XX           Drain Line Flow Control           18706  1″ Plastic, MNPT

(From .6- 7.0 gpm)        18706-10           1″ Plastic, MBSP

60706-XX           Drain Line Flow Control w/Quick        18706-02           3/4″ Plastic, MNPT

Connect (From 8 – 15 gpm)      18706-12           314″ Plastic, MBSP

60700-XX           Drain Line Flow Control Only 19275  3/4″ 900 Angle, NPT

(8- 15 gpm)       19275-10           314″ 90° Angle, BSP

19275NP           3/4″ 90° Angle, NPT, Nickel Plated

FLOATS                            192 75-I0NP     314″ 90° Angle, BSP Nickel Plated

60068  2310 Float        19275-45           3/4″ 90° Angle Sweat

19275-45NP     3/4″ 90° Angle Sweat, Nickel Plated

FLOW CONTROL WASHERS                    19620-01           90° Adapter Coupling

Brine Line Flow Controls

17307  .125 GPM          BYPASS

12094  .25 GPM            60040  3/4″ Bypass NP’!’

10759  .50 GPM            60040NP           3/4″ Bypass NP’!’, Nickel Plated

12097  1.00 GPM          60041  1″ Bypass NP’!’

6004 INP           1″ Bypass NFL Nickel Plated

60049  3/4″ Bypass, Plastic

 

Service Assemblies (Cont’d.)

DRAIN LINE FLOW CONTROLS METER MODULE

19153  .06 GPM

19152  .08 GPM

19151  1.0 GPM

12085  1.2 GPM

19150  1.3 GPM

12086  1.5 GPM

19149  1.7 GPM

12087  2.0 GPM

12088  2.4 GPM

12089  3.0 GPM

12090  3.5 GPM

12091  4.0 GPM

19147  4.5 GPM

12092  5.0 GPM

17814  6.0 GPM

12408  7.0 GPM

17943  8.0 GPM

17944  9.0 GPM

16529  10 GPM

16735  12 GPM

16736  15 GPM

18272-000        #000 Brown Injector

18272-00           #00 Violet Injector

18272-0             #0 Red Injector

18272-1             41 White Injector

18272-2             #2 Blue Injector

60626  3/4″ Turbine Meter

PISTON

60115-00           Piston Assembly

POWER HEAD

60201-001        Powerhead

SAFETY BRINE VALVE 60014   2310 Plastic

SALES & SERVICE AIDS

40276  Spec Sheet

40272  Service Manual

16700  Product Line Brochure

SEALS & SPACERS

60120  Seal and Spacer Kit

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08.08.15 GE Autotrol (Aqua Pure)

This unit is also known as:

Logix 268/760 Meter Water Softener – 64,000 Grain Capacity

Logix 268/760 Meter Water Softener – 48,000 Grain Capacity

Logix 268/760 Meter Water Softener – 40,000 Grain Capacity

Logix 268/760 Meter Water Softener – 32,000 Grain Capacity

Most common problems:

If this valve has the collar (no threads holding the valve to the tank):

The bypass valve crachs.

Under high water pressure; the collar will separate from the tank and cause a major flood.

We have many of the recycled parts to fix this unit.

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AUTOTROL (LOGICS) DRIVE MOTOR 268/760 PART # 1235361 $40.00 PLUS TAX  (post date 04.21.15 8:36 AM)

07.15.15 8:59 AM

Series 1265 Bypass Valve

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Price $45.00 plus tax; new and in stock now.  It is always a great idea to call us (480) 969-7251 and confirm your availability to this part.  Restocking takes two days.

This bypass valve has been famous with our customers.  Many water softeners installed in Arizona (water treatment dealer in Phoenix, AZ;  Buckeye AZ; San Tan Valley, AZ) have this style bypass valve.

 

These are other descriptions of this valve:

1265 Bypass Valve Pentair residential water filtration, Performa 1040930, Autotrol 1265 Bypass Valve Assembly, Noryl Plastic 1040930 263/268   (This bypass valve assembly is compatible with all Autotrol 263, 268, 269, 273, and 278 series), Technetics 1100, part # 1040930.  1040930 – US Water Systems.  bypass for GE & Pentair.

030317 11:01 am.  Here is a story about the 1265 Bypass Valve Pentair bypass valve for a 3M cuno aqua pure water softener

 

A man sent me this text message today:

Could you let me know if you have one  and how much?

I responded:  Yes we do $45 plus tax

Installation and Operation Instructions

Note: When installing, be certain to leave slack in the vertical inlet and outlet lines connected to the bypass valve. The softener must not be supported by the plumbing lines.

Installation

Step 1:

Verify that there is a gasket secured inside of the inlet and outlet union nuts of the bypass. Then, thread the bypass to the valve control body, hand-tightening both union nuts simultaneously. It is not necessary to lubricate or use sealant on the rubber gaskets or union nuts.

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Step 2:

Insert tailpieces through union nuts. Attach tailpieces into inlet and outlet piping. Place the rubber gasket into the union nut and thread to bypass valve body. It is not necessary to lubricate or use sealant on rubber gasket or union nuts.

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Step 3:

After all plumbing connections have been made, follow the start-up procedure in the owner’s manual for initial set-up.

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Operation

To bypass the conditioner with the 1265 bypass valve, rotates the handles clockwise so they are both perpendicular to the flow path of the inlet and outlet water stream, as shown below.

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Source:

2009 Pentair Residential Filtration, LLC P/N 1223024 Rev. D JA09.  My family sells many Pentair parts and equipment.  I am humbly requesting that Pentair allows us to copy and share this information with potential Pentair clients.  The information above represents this effort: to sell more of their parts and products.

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This is an image of a 3/8″ FTP x 3/8″ John Guess fitting (on an Aqua Pure CWS200ME CWS Series 13.5 GPM Water Softener System With Bypass Valve, AWS300M Cuno ‘a 3M company’, NWS Series Residential Softeners / 3M Cuno Aqua-Pure # NWS100 / NWS150 / NWS200 / NWS100M / NWS150M / NWS200M).

A man called yesterday because his was leaking.  We changed the O-rings in our recycled part and this recycled part will fix his unit.

02.08.17 9:34 AM

Here are some other parts and products we offer:

Aqua Pure NWS 100

Latch Clamp FC45XX

Latch Clamp FC45C

As we understand these parts are no longer manufactured.

We carry these in stock (supplies limited)

Here is an image of this part:

They have stopped manufacturing this part because if fails and can cause a leak or a flood.  We reluctantly sell this part (if we have this in stock).  We are always happy to present other options for your water treatment equipment repairs.

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Fleck-7000-Water-Softener

 

08.08.15 Fleck 7000 Water Softener.   We have all the parts necessary to service and repair this unit (including the cation resin).

09.02.14  A common problem we are finding on the Fleck 7000 , on this unit, is that it is not reading the gallons (the gallons do not count down).  This can cause hard water.  The solution; replace the turbine.  These turbines are problematic and need to replaced often.

Another problem we are experiencing with this type unit is error codes.  If you ever receive an error code on this unit please call us (480) 969-7251 or e mail me hayden@azh2o.com and we will help you develop a solution to this problem.

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08.08.15 This is a GE Smart Water – water softener.  Below is the valve diagram and several parts that we recycle.  We will carry these parts (described below) and provide service on this unit.

Some of the parts we will carry new.

Ge smart water diagram

This is the valve diagram for the GE Smart Water – Water softener.  Please expand this image and call us if you need parts or service on this unit.   It is true these units are mostly too small for the hard Arizona water.  However, our onus is to become experts on all the different types of water softeners that are being sold in the Phoenix Metro and surrounding areas so people can depend on us to take care of all your water treatment needs.

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08.08.14  GE Smart Water Valve part #121 (model # 625 388460). We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $15.00 plus tax.

03.16.17 5:18 PM  A parts story

A man sent me a text with this picture

Its a valve cover part # ws31x10006

He asked if we had it.  I said yes.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water Upper Collector with o- ring (model # 625 388460). We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $2.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water 1″ Bypass adapter (model # 625 388460). We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $2.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water Brine Filter part #124 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $2.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water By pass valve part #151 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $20.00 plus tax.  This is the most popular part that we sell.  They fail frequently.

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082615 4:40 PM

Large O ring for Bypass valve – GE (General Electric)/ Kenmore (Sears)   water softener model number 625388460

Part number WS03X10011

Price $5.50 plus tax

 

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Small clip for Bypass valve – GE (General Electric)/ Kenmore (Sears)   water softener model number 625388460

Part # WS60X10004

Price $9.00 plus tax

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Small O ring for Bypass valve – GE (General Electric)/ Kenmore (Sears) water softener model number 625388460

Part number WS03X10025

$6.50 plus tax

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Large clip for Bypass valve – GE (General Electric)/ Kenmore (Sears)   water softener model number 625388460

Part # WS60X10008

Price $9.00 plus tax

102617 A person came in that needed a clip for their Kenmore intellisoft 350  (

Kenmore 7116713 Water Softener Clip for Kenmore Elite, Kenmore, Waterworks, Whirlpool).  She was very happy when she left our office.

 

 

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Bypass valve – GE (General Electric)/ Kenmore (Sears)   water softener model number 625388460

Used $25.00 plus tax

092816 9:14 AM

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Kenmore bypass valve $25.00 plus tax (used)

 

A man visited our shop yesterday to purchase small O-rings for a Kenmore water softener bypass valve.  He drove all the way back to Gold Canyon, Arizona and the Kenmore water softener bypass still leaked.  I explained to him about our rental water softener program (one time connection fee of $75 ‘we haul his old unit away – we recycle the parts’ and the monthly fee is $30/month plus tax).  On our rental program we install a fresh unit every five years at no charge.  He was favorable to this notion.  There was so much wasted time and money fixing something that is too old and inadequate for Arizona Water.  Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Softeners builds our own water treatment equipment.  The man with whom we helped visits from Canada and owns a Ford dealership (Koch Ford – http://www.kochfordlincoln.com/ ).  We solved his water softener leaking problem.   We made his day and he is helping to make our day.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener Tank/ Valve Locking Ring (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $3.00 plus tax.  This part fails and can cause a flood to occure in a home.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener  6 motor plate screws part #104, 4 micro switches (screws) part #101, 2 micro switches part #103 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts (all of these components) in stock and the price is $5.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener electrical ‘grounding’ clamp (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $0.50 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener transformer (part number 7252373) for the (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $5.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener motor plate part #138 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $0.50 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener drain for the (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $3.50 plus tax.

12.13.16 2:24 PM
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Sears

This man called about a Drain Hose Adapter Elbow for Sears water softener.

We recycle these parts so we were able to help him out.

Drain Hose Adapter Elbow for a Sears Water Softener $5.00 plus tax

part # 7024160 

North Star 0501228 WS03X10022

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener digital display (model # 7257640D) for the (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $15.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener brine tank light for the (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $1.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener motor part #140 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $10.00 plus tax.

022117 11:19 AM A man called in today for a

Kenmore water softener part number 7133008. He said this was a motor for a Kenmore water softener. I asked him to send a picture so we make sure we have this Kenmore water softener part in stock (and provide a price quote).  We are always careful to point out that most of our parts are recycled.  We invite you to inspect these parts before you purchase these.

Here is the picture of this part ‘from the owners manual’

 

Here are some other part numbers for this product:

7133008, WS26X10011, 7152298, WS26X10006, 7285944, 7132989, 7070462, 7082582, 7127934, 7252381    MOTOR, 24V DRIVE MOTOR

This verbiage was also included in the parts manual:

Sears, G.E., Lindsay, North Star, Ecowater 3/4″ Family of Valves

Our parts numbers are the same as Sears Kenmore, and are also compatible for the following General Electric Models: gnsf18z01 gxsf27b00 gxsf39b00 gxss20b00 gnsf23z01 gxsf27b01 gxsf39b01 pnsf31z01 gnsf35z01 gxsf27e01 gxsf39e01 pnsf35b00 gnsf35z02 gxsf31e01 gxss17z01 pnsf39z01 gxsf23z01 gxsf35e01

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener motor gear part #136 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $10.00 plus tax.

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08.08.15 GE Smart Water – water softener drian button part #114 (model # 625 388460).  We have 2 of these parts in stock and the price is $1.50 plus tax.

07.14.15

these are miscellaneous parts we carry for this unit:

Seal O-ring PS 8759074 for this GE Water Softener GXSF30 unit

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tom 1

09.16.14 12:02 AM

GE Smart Water water softener

Model number: GXSS17Z01

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tom 2

Kenmore Ultra Soft 180 water softener

Model number: 625.388180

 

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johnny 1

Kenmore Ultra Soft 400 water softener

Model number: 625.388450

this is the impeller part which measures the water flow

soft water 1

This impeller part (used) is $5.00 plus tax.

This is the inside area of this impeller.  It is disintegrated because of the use and high chlorine content of our Phoenix metro water.

soft water 2

Because of the high chlorine content of our Phoenix metro water; we are finding that the tipping point on all residential water softener is 5 years.  At this point many of the components are disintegrating and the cation resin material will cause low water pressure and plumbing problems because of cation resin oxidation.  Therefore, many people are finding that our $30/mo plus tax (64,000 grain) rental soft water program is very popular and famous because it is affordable, efficient and dependable.  There is more information about our rental soft water program discussed at this web page: http://www.azh2o.com/rent-a-water-softener-unit

09.22.14

soft water 3

This is the same part in good condition (compare and contrast).  The chlorine in the Phoenix Metro Arizona Water (including Buckey Arizona and Surprise Arizona) is ominous.  Our company has developed convenient and affordable rental water treatment processes to remove this chlorine for you (for your home and business).

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08.08.14  This is Tom (our most veteran technician of over 27 years); standing by a Krystal Pure Autotrol water softener.  Many of these units are sold in the Lowe’s Hardware stores.  We have all the parts required to fix these units.  We are very qualified to service all Autotrol water softeners and all GE water softeners.

 

The main ingredient of the water softener is the cation resin material.  We sell this by the cubic foot.

resin

1 cubic feet of cation resin material

$125.00 plus tax

The quality and discription of this material is described on this web page: http://www.azh2o.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100

Because of all the chlorine in our Phoenix metro water; we are finding the tipping point on this cation resin material is 5 years.  We have used scientific method to determine that cation resin material is removing 50% of all chlorine in the Phoenix metro water.  We see this as a great advantage to cation resin.  This fact (cation resin removes 50% of all chlorine ‘the resin manufactures say “it dissipates the chlorine” ‘) gives this cation resin material higher value in Gilbert, Mesa, Phoenix, Buckeye, Apache Junction (and all surrounding cities in Phoenix Metro Arizona).   Many people are finding our $30/mo plus tax residential rental water softener program to be of great efficacy and financial benefit.  This process and program is described on this web page: http://www.azh2o.com/rent-a-water-softener-unit

 

This cation resin material is so popular that we purchase this material by the pallet.  We utilize our Bobcat to unload this material and place this in our factory.

 

resin 2

Will we purchase higher quantities of this cation resin material as time passes (right now we purchase one pallet each month)?  Indubitably.  As we experience the Phoenix metro area of Arizona grow to 7 million people (right now there is 4.33 million people; they say 7 million people will be here within 15 years) we expect this cation resin material to stay famous in our ranks.  We continue to purchase better resin as the chlorine content of our Phoenix metro water increases (this is called crosslinking – discussed on this web page:http://www.azh2o.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=100).

#13 H2O Concepts Water Treatment/ Whole House No Salt Device

H2O Concepts 1

H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™

slightly used (used for only two months) $200.00 plus tax ‘complete unit’

H2O CONCEPT

We removed this H2O Concepts unit (only 2 months old) from a house. The people whom gave us this unit were not happy with the water treatment performance. They said that this unit does not provide soft water. Therefore, this H2O Concepts water treatment unit does not give you the same benefits that soft water provides. The only way to have soft water is to have a water softener unit that utilizes cation resin as the water cleaning media.  The customer chose for us to install a portable exchange water softener.  They are very happy with with the results of our portable exchange water softener service.  The people who bought this H2O Concepts could not get their money returned (after 2 months).  They informed me that they invested more than $4,000.00 in this product.  By the way, Boyett’s Family return policy is:  if you are not completely satisfied with our rental water treatment program – I will return your installation fee and 3 months of the rental fees.   Indubitably.

We decided to explicate this H2O Concepts water treatment unit. We decided to analyze this unit in great detail and study each individual component.

Our onus is to sell these used H2O Concepts components. When we accumulate enough parts we will rent these units for $30/month plus tax.  We will change these units out every 5 years. The material that is filled in the media tank is called KDF. This material has a tipping point (a point of saturation). We feel this tipping point is 5 years.

Here is an image of the media that we extracted from this H2O Concepts unit.

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The main point of this story is this: this material must be changed periodically. How often will this media need to be changed? We will soon provide you a mathematical calculation to determine the number of gallons that can be cleaned by this material and the approximate time period this material will last. I can tell you this – this media will in no way last 10 years. As I understand; the customers who have been sold this product say they have been told 10 years to change this media. NO WAY. This information is apocryphal.  As a rule of thumb – 1 cubic foot of carbon will dechlorinate about 1,000,000 gallons of water.  Figure one person utilizes 70 gallons of water per day (based upon the standard of our water treatment industry).  The H2O Concepts water treatment unit contains about 1 cubic foot of carbon.

posted 10.10.14 5:34 PM

We spoke with a person who is very familiar with the manufacturing of the H2O Concepts unit. They said that only 2-3 pounds of this material is included in this unit.

 

According to this water treatment expert; this amount of quantity (2-3 pounds of KDF) does not perform an effective water treatment function.

 

If KDF material is to be used effectively – a separate tank of KDF media would be filled with1/3 of a cubic foot ( this equals 57 pounds). In its own vessel (PUT IN to a 8” to 9” tank)   the KDF will be proper back washed.

 

Why does this company even bother placing 2-3 pounds of KDF in the tank? Good question. The word hyperbole comes to my mind.

 

When we removed the KDF material from the H2O Concepts unit; it was in the configurations of clumps. Clumps of KDF will serve no purpose. The reason that the KDF (that we removed) clumped up – it needs to be placed in a separate vessel and back washed separately. This material has to be back washed at such a high rate that the noise makes this process non feasible (because of the noise created when the material is back-washing).

 

The purpose of KDF is:

 

Removal of heavy metals and removal of chlorine.

 

However, if there is not enough material to begin – this process becomes apocryphal.

 

When we removed this material from the H2O Concepts it was in clumps and likely completely ineffective.

 

Based upon technical information I read on the web page of H2O Concepts they indicated that their electrical technology changes the calcium bi carbonate to carbonate. As I understand from other water treatment professionals – this is the antithesis of the desired result. Good water treatment process will change calcium carbonate to bicarbonate. Calcium bicarbonate is less likely to adhere to the fixtures.

 

As an alternative to this H2O Concept; we feel that we have a more effective green water treatment approach with our Filtersorb SP3. This is a non-salt unit; it does not utilize any electricity.

Here is a link on our Filtersorb water treatment technology: http://azh2o.com/filtersorbsp3

 

04.13.15 11:14 AM

If you own H2O Concept water treatment equipment we can help you maintain this unit. The carbon media (included in the tall cylindrical tank) should be changed every five years and the valve rebuilt. In the future we will add the prices for these parts and service here. The valve that H2O Concept utilizes is a Fleck 5600 water softener valve. This is a very ordinary valve and we carry all the parts and can provide the service to these H2O Concept water treatment units.  All the components on these units are familiar to us. H2O Concepts is said to utilize an AMP Force™ to facilitate a portion of the water treatment process. We plan to collect the (used/recycled) electronic components and stock these for your convenience.

In the H2O Concepts Technology description they refer to: “H2o Concepts whole house water filtration systems plus AMP Force™ uses proven media filtration with energy to address your hard water problem(s).”

The media they utilize
KDF

Carbon

Coconut Shell GAC (Granular Activated Carbon)

Quartz

None of these media (which are added to the H2o Concepts whole house water filtration systems (and comprise the H2o Concepts Technology) will remove hardness (calcium and magnesium ions)).

The other part of their H2o Concepts Technology is an energy technology in which they refer to as this: AMP Force™.

Here is a comment about this AMP Force ™ by a respected water treatment expert in Arizona:

Scaling in water is a natural reaction between calcium or magnesium and sulfates or carbonates in the water. The reaction is driven by the chemistry of molecules combining to form a lower energy state substance. This is a natural process of nature in which substances combine to go to a lower energy state. An example would be calcium (CA+2) + sulfate (SO4 -2)  = CaSO4, Calcium Sulfate. Calcium Sulfate is a major component of water scaling. It is insoluble in water and will leave an undesirable residue in the piping that will eventually weaken its structure.  I am not aware of any energy or force capable of reversing this process with the exception of an extremely high energy electrical current that would be very dangerous. In my 30 years of experience in the water purification industry, I have never observed a process that would economically reverse this natural process.

On the other hand, conventional water softening, which is 100 years old, accomplishes water scale reduction by exchanging the calcium and magnesium for sodium (NA+1) by means of a charged resin bead. The resulting substance, NaSO4, is very soluble in water and will leave a very small amount of residue in the piping. I believe, after 30 years in the business, that conventional water softening is still the only viable process to reduce water scaling.

A paraphrase ‘if I may be so bold’: he is saying there is no way that AMP Force ™ can accomplish what H2o Concepts Technology is promising. H2o Concepts Technology is not scientifically accurate. This is the end of my paraphrase.

 

042315 12:20 PM

I just learned from one of our customers (#192021) that H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™; one of their salesmen is disseminating false information regarding salt. This H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™ salesman told our customer that salt is bad for her skin.

Here is some information that dispels that notion.

In a book

 

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Called Solve it with salt ; I found some interesting facts about salt and skin.

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According to this book; salt does a fine job caring for athlete’s foot. It says:

Athlete’s foot is caused by fungi and yeast and persists in warm, moist environments. Wearing natural cotton socks helps prevent the fungus from growing, but other measures usually must be taken to get rid of the problem. Add a handful of salt to a footbath filled with warm water and mix well. This helps kill fungus and, in addition, softens the skin so that antifungal medication can penetrate better.

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According to this book; salt does a fine job providing sore feet relief. It says:

At the end of a hard day there’s nothing quite like a nice warm footbath to soothe and refresh a tired pair of feet. You can create your own inexpensive spa bath for the feet by using a handful of ordinary table salt tossed into a small basin of water heated to your own level of comfort. It’s much more revitalizing than a plain basin of warm water and will do wonders for your aching feet.

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According to this book; salt does a fine job providing relief for rough and chapped skin. It says:

Ordinary table salt can be used to create your own customized skin relief cream. To soften rough skin in such problem spots as feet, knees, and … (continued at the top of the page below) Elbows, combine ¼ cup salt, ¼ cup Epson salts, and ¼ cup vegetable oil, and massage the resulting paste into the dry skin for several minutes. After the cream has refreshed your skin it can be removed by bathing or showering.

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According to this book; salt does a fine job removing dry skin. It says:

Salt can act as an abrasive to help remove dry and flaky skin. After bathing and while still wet, give yourself a massage with dry salt on a sponge, washcloth, or pumice stone. It removes dead skin particles, exposing the more radiant skin underneath, and it also aids the circulation.

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According to this book; salt can be beneficial when applying a facial. It says:

 

Salt can be used to create an excellent revitalizing mixture to give yourself a home facial. First wash your face and apply warm, wet towels to the skin. Then apply a mixed solution of equal parts salt and olive oil, and gently massage the face and throat with long upward and inward strokes. Remove the mixture after 5 minutes and then rinse the face and apply your favorite face lotion.

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The above image describes the importance and relevance salt has played in the development of our civilization. The first paragraph says “wars were fought over salt, and huge taxes were also levied on it. In some places, salt was in such high demand that it was minted into coins that were as valuable as gold and functioned as the basic currency for ancient civilizations.”

I humbly present to you that the owners and managers and sales people and the sales trainers (of H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™) are not privileged to have access to this information. I can only wish that these people are not myopic and insular in their thinking. I hope these people appreciate the importance salt has played in the development of our great civilization and continue to appreciate salt for our health, happiness and wellness.  However, I fear that the people of H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™ are misleading many people in Arizona. We have had many indications that the people of H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™; their intentions are not pure. They seem to misrepresent the soft water business; and our use of salt. The people of H2O Concept water treatment equipment with H2o Concepts Technology – AMP Force ™ call salt harmful and bad. However, salt is still of great value for health and preservation. We wish to reach out to these people and help them correct their course.  There may still be time; we keep hoping.

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110 surprising and ingenious household uses for salt by Patty Moosbrugger Three Rivers Press

  1. Solve it with salt 110 surprising and ingenious household uses for salt by Patty Moosbrugger Three Rivers Press

 

 

01.22.15 3:08 PM

HACH

This is a Hach 5B soft water testing kit.   Price $45.00 plus tax.  We have three of these in stock (our office is located at 38 East 5th Avenue, Mesa AZ 85210).

If the water treatment equipment you have does not test soft – you don’t have soft water.

If the water softener you have does not test soft – we can help.  We are happy to test your water at our factory for free.   We are happy to inspect your water equipment.  Our service fee is $85.00.

As the owner of this company I perform cation resin inspections in the evening (after 5:30 PM or on Saturdays) at no charge.  We have made ‘testing and monitoring cation resin’ a company scientific experiment.

Our company intends to be harbingers; developing methods to keep your resin in pristine condition – affordably.

 

#14 04.13.15 10:42 AM

This is a by pass stem for a Culligan bypass valve. Most Culligan water softeners include a bypass valve. However, I responded to an emergency Culligan water softener leak last night (the water was running to the drain) and there was no bypass valve. The customer had to turn the water off to their house.  This customer decided to rent a water softener from our company ($75 one time connection fee and $30/mo plus tax).  We will indubitably include a bypass valve.  We will also include our Boyett’s Family resin screen.

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$10.00 plus tax – for used (recycled) Culligan water softener bypass stem.  These are also used on Culligan rental water softeners.

In the future we plan to add used Culligan parts to our water softener parts inventory in hopes we can adopt orphans who need our Culligan water softener service and parts. We are always happy to answer any questions you have over the phone about all Culligan water softeners and Culligan reverse osmosis units.

121516 9:04 AM

A Culligan Water Softener bypass stem (broken o rings) story.

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O ring prices for A Culligan Water Softener bypass stem:

Square Culligan Water Softener bypass stem (two o rings in the middle): 50 CENTS EACH O RING PLUS TAX

Round Culligan Water Softener bypass stem (two o rings on the outside): 50 CENTS EACH O RING PLUS TAX

A kind man stopped by our vendor Arizona Central Supply (Mesa, AZ; Phoenix, AZ; Scottsdale, AZ) to find a Culligan Water Softener bypass stem o ring ‘his square Culligan o ring had broken’.  Arizona Central Supply was kind enough to send him to us.  This man said to us:  “I may be the only man who ever needs these Culligan Water Softener bypass stem o rings.”  I responded: there may be other nice people who need these Culligan Water Softener bypass stem o rings.  He said he knew not where to procure these Culligan Water Softener bypass stem o rings.  I told him we have many.

BTW

According to this man: “Culligan discontinued these.”  I said: We can supply the Culligan Water Softener bypass stem o rings all day long.  Please call us for a quote: Boyett’s Family Rayne Culligan parts supply (480) 969-7251.  Brian Hayden Boyett (General Manager) cell (602) 291-4157.

Is it time to change the resin on your Culligan Water Softener?

Here is a link in which we explicate the inner workings of our water softeners and discuss the cation resin (the main ingredient of the water softener)

http://wp.azh2o.com/faq/

 

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Culligan Aqua-sensor.  Used unit for parts $10.00 plus tax

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04.22.15 9:36 AM

This is a Culligan brine tank.  A customer in Gilbert (Culligan Water Softener) called because their Culligan brine tank (Gilbert, Arizona 85295) was leaking.  I stopped by her house very early this morning.  Our customer was nice enough to call us because she currently rents their reverse osmosis from my family.   She will now rent a water softener from my family.  To learn more about our rental soft water program http://azh2o.com/rent-a-water-softener-unit ($75.00 one time connection fee; $30.00/month plus tax ‘we change the entire unit every 5 years).

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Culligan Medallist Plus Series 30, 45 and 60

Culligan Medallist Plus Series 30, 45 and 60

Valve part number 01016328

Price of valve $20.00 plus tax; this is a used part.

 

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$10.00 plus tax.  This is a used part.

Cul-Flo-Valv  Bypass Culligan Medallist Plus Series 30, 45 and 60

 

 

When & How to Bypass

Your Water Culligan Medallist Plus Series 30, 45 and 60 Filter (Phoenix, AZ; Buckeye AZ; San Tan Valley, AZ; Scottsdale, AZ; Cave Creek, AZ)

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Medallist Series Bypass Valve

Culligan Bypass Valve

In the back of Culligan water filters is a Cul-Flo-VaIv® Bypass. To bypass unit, simply turn the blue knob clockwise. To return to soft water service, reverse the procedure – turn the blue knob counterclockwise.

To BYPASS, turn the blue knob clockwise (see directional arrow on end of knob) until the knob stops as shown.

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN

To return to SERVICE, turn the blue knob counter-clockwise (see directional arrow on end of knob) until the knob stops as shown.

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN

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CULLIGAN ESTATE 2/2M WATER CONDITIONER

Estate 2 and 2M (8-96); CULLIGAN ESTATE 2/2M WATER CONDITIONER/ filter

Valve model number 01010091

Price of valve $20.00 plus tax; this is a used part.

 

Other descriptions for this water softener:

Estate 2 and 2M (8-96); CULLIGAN ESTATE 2/2M WATER CONDITIONER/ filter

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$10.00 plus tax; this is a used part.

CULLIGAN ESTATE 2/2M WATER CONDITIONER Bypass valve

 

When and how to bypass your Culligan

water conditioner. .

PUSH-BUTTON BY-PASS

To by-pass unit, simply push the Red knob (marked “Push to By-Pass”) all the way to your left. To return to soft water service, reverse the procedure – push the Blue knob (marked “Soft Water”) all the way to your right.

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We have used parts for a

Culligan Medallist Plus Series® 30, 45 and 60 Water Softeners part number 01016390

Please call for prices and availability of parts (480) 969-7251. This is a water treatment system for San Tan Valley, AZ and Cave Creek, AZ.

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We carry parts and provide service on the Water Boss Water Softener

 

Below is information about this Water Boss Water Softener unit and the used parts we have available. We have included the prices of these used parts (while supplies last).

 

Model 950
For City Water
22,000 Grain Capacity

This unit is sold at these stores:

 

4243

 

Drive End Cap Assembly

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Drive Cap Assembly body $3.00 plus tax

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ITEM           QTY                      PART NO.                               DESCRIPTION

1             2                       90802                                Screw

2              1                       90217                                Drive motor

3              2                       9389                                  1/4 Hex Nut

4              1                       93238                                Drive Gear

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Drive gear Price $1.00 plus tax

5              2                       90809                                    Screw

6              1                       93219                                    Piston Slide Cam Cover

7              1                       93217                                    Piston Slide Cam

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Piston Slide Cam Price $2.50 plus tax

 

8    1         93583    Drive End Cap

 

9     1         93216   Piston Slide

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Piston Slide Price $1.50 plus tax

 

10    2    90818         Screw

11    1    93601-JG   Brine Valve Housing Assembly

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Brine Valve Housing Assembly Price $3.00 plus tax

12          1        93803        0- Ring

13          1        54502         Magnet Disk Assembly

 

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Magnet Disk Assembly Price $2.00

14   1    90828      0-Ring

15   1    93808      0-Ring

16  1   93522-A    Drive Piston Assembly

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Drive Piston Assembly Price $1.50 plus tax

17   1    93839  Drain Gasket

Injector Assembly

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ITEM NO.        QTY.        PART NO.        DESCRIPTION

1                   1            93810          Injector Screen

2                       1                93223            Injector Throat

3                       1               93220             Injector Seal (Thick)

4                        1              93221             Injector Nozzle

5                        1               93232            Top Injector Seal (Thin)

6                         1               93222            Injector Cap

7                         4              90807              Screw

In and Out Adapter Assembly

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In and Out Adapter Assembly Price $10.00 plus tax

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PART#         DESCRIPTION                                    QUANTITY

154131          3/4″ IO Adapter                                     I

293858          Turbine Sensor Assembly                    I

390232          Turbine Sensor Cap                             I

490522         Turbine Assembly                                 I

593838             “0” Ring                                             2

693229          Flow Director                                        I

790809          Sensor Cap Screw                              I

890828         Test Port I Sensor Housing 0-ring        I

993271         Turbine Sensor Housing                       I

1090802       Turbine Sensor Housing Screw           2

1190245       Turbine Axle                                         1

 

Drain End Cap Assembly

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Drain End Cap Assembly Price $5.00 plus tax

FIGURE #   PART#      DESCRIPTION                             QUANTITY

1              90268           Drain End Cap (Threaded)              I

2              H2086-5.0     Drain Line Flow Control Button      I

H2086-3.0     Drain Line Flow Control Button       I

3              90267            Retainer                                          I

4             93808             “0” Ring                                         1

90614           Drain End Cap Assembly (1-4)       1

5             V185             Drain Line Fitting (not shown)        I

 

Flow Control Button Sizes:

5.0 For Models IF and NF Filters.

3.0 For Models 550 and waterBoss CF Filter.

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Water Boss resin tank $13.50 plus tax

resin

new resin $86.25 plus tax  (0.69 cubic feet cation resin)

This is an image taken from the bag of resin that we sell.  We utilize this same resin when building our rental water softeners.


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Premier Model AF-40K Water Softening System.  This unit is purchased at Cost Co (Cost Co Water Softener). This is a small capacity Cost Co water softener (this water softener contains only 40,000 grains of cation resin media).  It may not operate effectively in Arizona.  If you use this water softener to soften the water for the clothes washer (based upon our scientific data) your water may not be completely soft.   Our company plans to provide parts and service for this unit.

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Tank Assembly for the Premier Model AF-40K Water Softening System

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Item  QTY    Part            Description

1        1      367023          Tank Brine

2        1       213126             Housing

3         1      313012                    Lid

4         1       367202           Latch

5        1         167028           Controller, AF-40K

6        1        367026             Resin Tank

7         1       367203        Brine Tube Assembly

8        1        249033           Clamp, Resin Tank

9        1        249035            Clamp, Float Tube

10      1        116181            Valve Assembly w/Bypassand Connectors

11      6         246068            Housing Mounting Screws

12       1         367204          Lower Distributor Assembly10x35 Tank

13       1          367205          Upper Basket

14       1         367206             Conditioning Resin

15       1         367207            Retainer, Brine Tank

 

Valve Assembly for the Premier Model AF-40K Water Softening System

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Item No. QTY      Part No.      Description

1             1           367208       Assembly, Premier ControllerCover

2             1           116182       Valve Body Assy, VolumetricIncludes Item #18

3            1            367209        Valve Disc Kit

4             1          367210          Top Plate

5             I            125139         Female Elbow, 3/8 NPT to3/8 Tubing

6             1            2146034          Screw, Top Plate

7             1              367211          Spring, Top Plate

8            1               367212        Camshaft, Refill First    –

9             1              367213         Yoke, Camshaft

10           2              146036            Screw, Yoke

11            I              270341           368 Valve Motor/OpticalSensor Assy

12           1              367214               Injector Cap Assembly

13            1              367215             “J” Injector, Lt Blue, 10 Inch Tank

…………….1                367216            Screen

…………….1              367217           “J” Injector w/0-rings

 

Item No. QTY      Part No.            Description

14         1              622013           Assembly, Refill Cont, .33gpm

15         2                 622014        Ball, Backwash, Brine RefillController

16          1               252229          O-ring,Tank

 

17         1               252230             0-ring, Riser

 

18         1                367218              MeterAssembly

 

19         1                 258261                 Assembly, Sensor Cable

 

20         1                252231               Kit, 0-ring, Manifold

 

21        1               116183               Bypass

 

………….1              367224                 Main Assembly

 

…………2                 367219                 Retainer, Manifold

 

………….2                228305                Clips Retainer

 

………….1               252232                   Kit, 0-ring Manifold

 

22         1                 622015                 Kit, Drain Line Flow Control

 

…………..1                622016                 Flow Control w/0-ring andClip Drain Line and Ball

23          1                 258100                 12O VAC, 6O Hz, N.  America  Plug

24          2                 125154                Connector Assembly, 1″ NPT, Plastic, w/ 0-ring and Clip

…Retainer

25         1                 125155                 Fitting, Drain Line, 90°, 1/2″ NPT, 1/2″ Tube

 

BRINE WELL ASSEMBLY CH20795

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Item No. QTY     Part No.       Description

1              1         367220         Brine Well w/Slots

2             1           116184         Safety Brine Valve

3             2           228306         Grommet

 

4             1            400080          Tubing, 3/8 x 16″ Long

 

5              1           367221          Cap, Brine Well 4″ Dia. (Caplug STP-4)

6               1          367222           Brine Float w/One Grommet (As purchased)

7              1           367223             Air Check Assembly

 

8               2           231049              Tubing Insert, Brass

 

Not Shown

……………..1             231056              Overflow Fitting Assembly

 

………………1             *231057            Overflow Elbow

 

……………..1              *231058             Overflow Nut

 

……………..1             *252234              Gasket

 

*Parts included with CH20774 Overflow Fitting Assembly

 

 

TROUBLESHOOTING

Premier Control – Error Codes

Problem Possible Cause Solution

If Err 1 is displayed.  Program settings have been corrupted.Press any key.  If Err 1 does not clear, replace control.

If Err 3 is displayed.Control does not detect the camshaft position and is returning to the service position,Wait until the control returns to the service position.  Flashing hourglass in the display indicates that the motor is running

Camshaft is not turning during Err 3 display.Check that motor is connected. Verify that the motor wire harness is connected to motor and controller module. Verify that optical sensor is connected and in place. Verify that motor gear has engaged the camshaft.

If everything is connected, replace components in this order:

  1. Motor Assembly, Optical Sensor
  2. Control

Camshaft is turning more than five minutes to find the service position: Verify that optical sensor is in place and connected to wire.  Inspect for debris in the camshaft slots.  If motor continues to rotate indefinitely, replace the following components in this order:

  1. Optical Sensor
  2. Control

System

Salt tank overflow.  Loose salt line connection.  Ensure all salt line connections are tight.

Drain line restricted with debris. Clean drain control.

Flowing or dripping water at drain or salt line after recharge.  Debris is preventing #4 valve disc from closing  (Figure 23 Valve Layout).   Remove debris.

Worn #4 valve disc (Figure 23 Valve Layout).  Replace valve discs.

Hard water leakage after recharge.  Improper recharge.  Repeat recharge after making certain correct salt dosage was set.

Leaking of external bypass valve.Replace bypass valve.

0-Ring around riser pipe damaged.  Replace 0-ring.

Valve will not draw brine.  Restricted drain line.  Remove restriction.

Injector plugged.  Clean injector and screen.

Debris preventing valve discs from closing.  Remove foreign matter from valve discs.

Control will not recharge automatically.  AC adapter or motor not connected.  Connect power.

Defective motor.  Replace motor.

Meter clogged with debris. Unit will recharge every 7 days anyway.  Remove and clean meter.

Control recharges at wrong time of day. Time of Day set incorrectly.  Set the correct Time of Day.

Intermittent salt draw.  Low water pressure.  Maintain a minimum of 20 psi (1.3 bar) feed.

No conditioned water after recharge.  No salt in salt tank.  Add salt to salt tank.

Injector plugged.  Clean injector and screen.

Backwashes or rinses at excessively low or high rate.  No drain line flow control.  Install drain line flow control.

Restricted drain line.  Remove restriction.

Runs out of conditioned water between recharges.  Control improperly programmed.  Verify salt dosage.

 

Flow indicator on control does not display service flow.  Bypass valve in bypass position.             Remove bypass valve from bypass.  Meter cable dislodged from valve.  Fully insert meter cable into valve.

Meter clogged with debris.  Remove and clean meter.

TROUBLESHOOTING continued Valve Disc Operation

When the Premier control is lifted up (Figure 22 Control Removed) and the cover is removed, the flappers and camshaft are visible (Figure 23 Valve Layout).

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Premier Model AF-40K Water Softening System.  This unit is purchased at Cost Co (Cost Co Water Softener). This is a small capacity Cost Co water softener (this water softener contains only 40,000 grains of cation resin media) .  Will this Cost Co water softener effectively soften the water in Arizona for a single family home?  No.  Why?  Because it does not contain 64,000 grains of capacity (of cation resin).  64,000 grains of cation resin is the minimum capacity in order to effectively soften the water for a clothes washing machine.  We are members of Cost Co (we have been loyal members for many years).  We purchased this water softener so we can be ready to help you when you need service.  We have experience connecting this unit and we have explicated the inner working parts.  We don’t think this unit is efficient and we have concerns about the operating parameters  (based upon the limited capacity ‘it contains only 40,000 grains of cation resin’ – it will not effectively soften the water for a clothes washer).  However, we wish to adopt orphans who need service on this unit.

 

The purpose of this picture story is to show you the process that our company has developed to rebuild your water softener.

Our technician arrives at your home.

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This is Brett; he has worked in our firm for at least 13 years.

The next step is; we explain to our customers in great detail the processes in which we will be performing on their home.

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This is Brett explaining to Suzanne the work he will perform on her water softener.  Brett will be removing the water softener from her home and bringing her unit to our factory for a complete rebuild.  Brett explains to Suzanne the next step he will perform is to turn off the water to her home, but before turning off the water he will check the water pressure in her home.

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Brett is checking the water pressure in Suzanne’s home. We always inform our clients to keep their water pressure regulated to 70 PSI or less.

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Brett turning off the water to Suzanne’s home.

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Brett removes the water softener from Suzanne’s home to bring back to our office for a complete rebuild.

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We also bring the brine tank into our office to clean it.

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This is Troy and Sabatian emptying the cation resin into our work area.

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This is how this area looks when it is completely clean.

This is Sabastian painting this area on 031715 8:51 AM.  We like to keep our work areas clean and sanitary.

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This is Troy Phillips (our service manager) inspecting the cation resin.  We have made this a scientific experiment since February 18, 2010.

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Because the water treatment plants add so much chlorine to the water; the cation resin is lasting only 5 years in the Phoenix metro area.  In order to sustain great soft water; some action must be taken to change the resin every five years.  Our onus is to become valley leaders ‘keeping the cation resin sustainable’ in your water softener.

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This is Fancisco adding 8% cross linked resin into your resin tank.  We purchase the best components to add to your water softener.  Here is a link which we explicate and describe the cation resin we utilize in our water softener rebuilding process: http://wp.azh2o.com/faq/

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Francisco removes all the o rings, inductors, injectors, seals, piston and motor and he puts new components into your water softener valve.  We call this rebuilding your water softener valve.  There are as many as 20 different sized o rings in each valve.  All of these components are exposed to the chlorine.  The chlorine disintegrates these component parts.

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When this water softener rebuilding process is complete, and the unit passes our quality standards, we return the water softener to Suzanne’s home.

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And reconnect this unit.

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When we return the water softener we always deliver two bags of salt.

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Brett is explaining to Suzanne the service we performed on her rebuilt water softener and her responsibilities to maintain this water softener.

We can rebuild your water softener.  Please call our office for details (480) 969-7251 or e-mail me hayden@azh2o.com.  If you would like parts and information to perform this rebuild process – we are glad to help.

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Whirlpool

Model WHES40

Model WHES44

Model WHESCS

Water softener

Installation and operation manual *

How to install, operate

and maintain your Demand

Controlled Water Softener

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Our industry refers to this unit configuration as a tank in tank unit.   In Arizona the salt can stick to the resin tank.  We call this problem a ‘salt bridge’.  Salt bridges are very inconvenient.

 

Specifications & Performance Claims

These models are efficiency rated. The efficiency rating is valid only at the minimum salt dose and rated service flow. These softeners have a demand initiated regeneration (D.l.R.) feature that complies with specific performance specifications intended to minimize the amount of regenerant brine and water used in their operation.

These softeners have a rated softener efficiency of not less than 3,350 grains of total hardness exchange per pound of salt (based on sodium chloride) and shall not deliver more salt than their listed rating or be operated at a sustained maximum service flow rate greater than their listed rating. These softeners have been proven to deliver soft water for at least ten continuous minutes at the rated service flow rate. The rated salt efficiency is measured by laboratory tests described in NSF/ANSI Standard 44. These tests represent the maximum possible efficiency that the system can achieve. Operational efficiency is the actual efficiency after the system has been installed. It is typically less than the rated efficiency, due to individual application factors including water hardness, water usage, and other contaminants that reduce a softener’s capacity.

Model WHES40             Model WHES44

Model Code     LL40      LL44

 

 

Packing List

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Bypass valve, Drain Hose, Clips,  installation adapters,  Hose Clamps,  Adapter Elbow,  Grommet,  0-rings ,  Water Hardness Test Strip

Water Conditioning Information

IRON

Iron in water can cause stains on clothing and plumbing fixtures. It can negatively affect the taste of food, drinking water, and other beverages. Iron in water is measured in parts per million (ppm). The total* ppm of iron, and type or types*, is determined by chemical analysis. Four different types of iron in water are:

  • Ferrous (clear water) iron
  • Ferric (red water) iron
  • Bacterial and organically bound iron
  • Colloidal and inorganically bound iron (ferrous or ferric)

Ferrous (clear water) iron is soluble and dissolves in water. This water softener will reduce moderate amounts of this type of iron (see specifications).** Ferrous (clear water) iron is usually detected by taking a sample of water in a clear bottle or glass. Immediately after taking, the sample is clear. As the water sample stands, it gradually clouds and turns slightly yellow or brown as air oxidizes the iron. This usually occurs in 15 to 30 minutes.

When using the softener to reduce Ferrous (clear water) iron, add 5 grains to the hardness setting for every I ppm of Ferrous (clear water) iron. See “Set Water Hardness Number” section.

Ferric (red water), and bacterial and organically bound irons are insoluble. This water softener will not remove ferric or bacterial iron. This iron is visible

immediately when drawn from a faucet because it has oxidized before reaching the home. It appears as small cloudy yellow, orange, or reddish suspended particles. After the water stands for a period of time, the particles settle to the bottom of the container. Generally these irons are removed from water by filtration. Chlorination is also recommended for bacterial iron.

Colloidal and inorganically bound iron is of ferric or ferrous form that will not filter or exchange out of water. This water softener will not remove colloidal iron. In some instances, treatment may improve colloidal iron water. Colloidal iron water usually has a yellow appearance when drawn. After standing for several hours, the color persists and the iron does not settle, but remains suspended in the water.

SEDIMENT

Sediment is fine, foreign material particles suspended in water. This water softener will not remove sediment. This material is most often clay or silt. Extreme amounts of sediment may give the water a cloudy appearance. A sediment filter installed upstream of the water softener normally corrects this situation.

* Water may contain one or more of the four types of iron and any combination of these. Total iron is the sum of the contents.

** Capacity to reduce clear water iron is substantiated by WQA test data.

Programming the Water Softener

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Words in picture: SET SALT LEVEL, Display, UP button, TANK LIGht button, STATUS LIGHT (see below), RECHARGE button, DOWN button, PROGRAM button, STATUS LIGHT, PROGRAM THE SOFTENER  fig 15

When the water softener is connected to electrical power, the status light on the control panel will operate as follows:

  • Light flashing slowly, along with the salt level indicators in the display – The salt monitor system indicates a low salt level and needs to be set See “Set Salt Level” on Page 14.
  • Light flashing slowly, along with the words “SCHEDULED CLEAN” in the display – Four months have elapsed on the system’s timer since start up or the last reset. This is a reminder to use Whirlpool® WHE-WSC Water Softener Cleanser three times a year. To reset the timer, press any button on the control panel and the flashing words will disappear. The status light will stop flashing, unless the system is also low on salt (see above).
  • Light flashing rapidly, with “CURRENT TIME” shown in the display and the clock flashing slowly – The present time needs to be set, either during initial start up or after a long power outage. See “Set Time of Day”, at right.
  • Light flashing rapidly, with “Err” shown in the display – The electronic self-diagnostics have detected a problem. See “Troubleshooting” on Page 18.
  • Light on steady (not flashing) – The system has power applied and does not require any attention.

When the power supply is plugged into the electrical outlet, the model code (“LL40” for Model WHES40 or “LL44” for Model WHES44) and a test number (example: J3.0), are briefly shown in the display. Then the words “CURRENT TIME” appear and 12:00 PM begins to flash.

SET TIME OF DAY

If the words “CURRENT TIME” do not show in the

display, press the PROGRAM button until they do.

  1. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the present time. Up moves the display ahead; down sets the time back. Be sure AM or PM is correct.

NOTE: Press buttons and quickly release to slowly advance the display. Hold the buttons down for fast advance.

 

Programming the Water Softener

SET WATER HARDNESS NUMBER

  1. Press the PROGRAM button once again to display a flashing “25” and the word “HARDNESS”.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set your water’s hardness number.

NOTE: If your water supply contains iron, compensate for it by adding to the water hardness number. For example, assume your water is 20 gpg hard and contains 2 ppm iron. Add 5 to the hardness number for each I ppm of iron. In this example, you would use 30 for your hardness number.

20 gpg hardness

2ppm iron x 5 =  + I0

30 HARDNESS NUMBER

SET RECHARGE (REGENERATION) TIME

  1. Press the PROGRAM button once again to display

a flashing “2:00AM” and the words “RECHARGE

TIME”. This is a good time for the recharge to start

in most households, because water is not in use.

  1. If you want to change the recharge start time, press the UP or DOWN buttons until the desired time shows. Be sure AM or PM is correct.

SET SALT TYPE

  1. Press the PROGRAM button once again to display a flashing “nACL”.

Salt Type allows you to choose between sodium chloride (NaCI), which is regular softener salt, or potassium chloride (KCI), which is an alternative to sodium chloride. KCI (potassium chloride) may be used if the user of the water softener is on a sodium restricted diet and is concerned about the amount of sodium in the water supply.

KCI should be used in accordance with the following steps to help give you years of maintenance free service.

Place only one bag at a time of KCI into your softener (the salt storage tank should contain no more than 60 pounds of KCI at any one time).

NOTE: A softener using KCI should not be located in areas with high temperature changes or high humidity (KCI may harden in these environments and make the softener inoperable).

  1. Check the brine tank and brinewell (black tube in salt storage tank) monthly. If hardening is present, pour small amounts of warm water on hardened areas until they loosen.
  2. Be sure to set the correct salt type, depending on which type of salt is used (Na Cl or KCI). Use the UP or DOWN buttons to toggle between NaCl and KCI, then press the PROGRAM button to enter the selection.
  3. Press the PROGRAM button once again to return to normal operating display.

START A RECHARGE

  1. Press the RECHARGE button and hold for three seconds, until “RECHARGE” begins to flash in the display, starting a recharge. This recharge draws the sanitizing bleach into and through the water softener. Any air remaining in the water softener is purged to the drain. During this time, periodically check for leaks.

NOTE: As with all other water system applications, leaks may occur. Leaks may not be immediately apparent. Recheck for leaks 24 hours after first recharge cycle is complete.

 

Customizing Features / Options

RECHARGE

The RECHARGE button is used to initiate an immediate recharge.

  1. Press and hold the RECHARGE button until the words “RECHARGE”, “SERVICE” and “FILL” flash

in the display.

Recharge initiated

The softener enters the fill cycle of regeneration right away. “RECHARGE” will flash during the regeneration. When completed, full water conditioning capacity is restored. While water softener is running a recharge, the time remaining until the recharge is completed will show in the display during all cycles except for the Fill cycle.

NOTE: Avoid using hot water while the softener is regenerating, because the water heater will refill with bypass hard water.

RECHARGE SCHEDULED

If you do not want to start an immediate recharge, but would like to schedule an extra recharge at the next preset recharge time, do the following:

  1. Press and release (do not hold) the RECHARGE button.

RECHARGE scheduled

The words “RECHARGE SCHEDULED” flash in the display, and the softener will recharge at the next recharge time. The word “RECHARGE” will flash during the regeneration. When completed, full water conditioning capacity is restored.

 

SET SALT LEVEL

The water softener has a salt monitor indicator light to

remind you to add salt to the storage tank.

NOTE: You must set salt level each time salt is added

to the water softener.

To set this monitor system:

 

  1. Lift the salt lid and level the salt in the storage tank.
  2. The salt level scale, on the brinewell inside the tank, has numbers from 0 to 8. Observe the highest number the leveled salt is at, or closest to.
  3. Press the SET SALT LEVEL button until black ovals correspond to the salt level number (See Figure 22). At level 2 or below, the “Check Salt Level” LED indicator will flash.

If you want to turn the salt monitor off, press the SET SALT LEVEL button until “SALT LEVEL OFF” shows in the display

TANK LIGHT

The water softener is equipped with a tank light for viewing the salt level in the brine tank. Push the tank light button on the electronic control once, and the tank light will turn on. Pushing the tank light button again will turn the light off. The tank light will automatically turn off after a period of 15 minutes if the tank light button is not used to turn it off.

 

Customizing Features I Options

POWER OUTAGE MEMORY

If electrical power to the water softener is lost, “memory” built into the timer circuitry will keep all settings for several hours. While the power is out, the display is blank and the water softener will not regenerate. When electrical power is restored, the following will occur:

Reset the present time only if the display is flashing. The HARDNESS and RECHARGE TIME never require resetting unless a change is desired. Even if the clock is incorrect after a long power outage, the softener operates as it should to keep your water soft. However, regenerations may occur at the wrong time of day until you reset the clock to the correct time of day.

NOTE: If the water softener was regenerating when power was lost, it will now finish the cycle.

WATER FLOW INDICATOR

Whenever the softener has water flowing from the outlet port, the display will show water droplets scrolling down the right hand side of the screen (See Figure 24). The faster the water flow, the faster the droplets will flash.

SALT EFFICIENCY

When this feature is ON, the water softener will operate at salt efficiencies of 4000 grains of hardness per pound of salt or higher (May recharge more often using smaller salt dosage and less water). The softener is shipped with this feature set OFF.

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the screen in Figure 25 is displayed. Once in this display, press the PROGRAM button once and one of the two displays in Figure 26 is shown.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set ON or OFF. When set to ON, the efficiency icon will be displayed in the lower left hand corner of the normal run display.
  3. Press the PROGRAM button five times to return to the normal run display.

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CLEAN FEATURE MINUTES

The Clean I Clear Water Iron Reduction feature (described above) may be adjusted, from I to 15 minutes in length. To change this cycle time, use the UP button to increase the time, or the DOWN button to shorten the time. The default value for this feature is 2 minutes.

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button. Once in 000 is in the display, press the PROGRAM button three times and the display will show 2.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the number of minutes.
  3. Press the PROGRAM button three times to return to the normal run display.

MAXIMUM DAYS BETWEEN REGENERATIONS

The water softener automatically controls regeneration frequency. This provides the greatest operating efficiency and, under most conditions, this feature should be left in this automatic mode. However, you may modify this feature if you want to force a regeneration every set number of days. For example, if your water supply contains clear water iron, you may want the softener to regenerate every few days to keep the resin bed clean. The maximum days between recharges may be set from I to 15 days, as follows:

NOTE: The softener will recharge on its own if needed, even if it is before the set number of days.

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the

screen displays 000 . Once in this dis-

play, press the PROGRAM button four times and

the display will show —- .

 

  1. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the number of days.
  2. Press the PROGRAM button two times to return to the normal time of day screen.

12 OR 24 HOUR CLOCK

All time displays are shown in standard clock time (AM and PM) at the 12 hour default setting. If 24 hour clock displays are desired, follow steps below:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the screen displays 000. Once in this display, press the PROGRAM button five times and one of the these two figures will appear 12hr or 24hr.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the time format.
  3. Press the PROGRAM button once again, to return to the normal time of day screen.

 

Routine Maintenance

ADDING SALT

Lift the salt lid and check the salt storage level frequently. If the water softener uses all the salt before you refill it, you will experience hard water. Until you have established a refilling routine, check the salt every two or three weeks. Always add if less than 1/4 full. Be sure the brinewell cover is on.

NOTE: If using potassium chloride (KCl), do not fill

above level 4 on the brinewell scale.

NOTE: In humid areas, it is best to keep the salt storage level lower, and to refill more often to avoid salt “bridging”.

Recommended Salt: Nugget, pellet or coarse solar salts with less than 1% impurities.

Salt Not Recommended: Rock salt, high in impurities, block, granulated, table, ice melting, ice cream making salts, etc.

BREAKING A SALT BRIDGE

Sometimes, a hard crust or salt “bridge” forms in the brine tank. It is usually caused by high humidity or the wrong kind of salt. When the salt “bridges,” an empty space forms between the water and the salt. Then, salt will not dissolve in the water to make brine. Without brine, the resin bed is not recharged and hard water will result.

If the storage tank is full of salt, it is difficult to tell if you have a salt bridge. A bridge may be underneath loose salt. Take a broom handle, or like tool, and hold it next to the water softener. Measure the distance from the floor to the rim of the water softener. Then, gently push the broom handle straight down into the salt If a hard object is felt before the pencil mark is even with the top, it is most likely a salt bridge. Gently push into the bridge in several places to break it. Do not use any sharp or pointed objects as you may puncture the brine tank. Do not try to break the salt bridge by pounding on the outside of the salt tank.  You may damage the tank.

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Words in the picture: Push Tool into; Salt Bridge to; Break; Pencil Mark; Broom Handle

 

CLEANING THE NOZZLE & VENTURI

A clean nozzle & venturi (See Figure 33) is a necessity for the water softener to work properly. This small component creates the suction to move brine from the brine tank, into the resin tank. If it should become plugged with sand, silt, dirt, etc., the water softener will not work, and hard water will result.

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Words in picture: 0-ring Seal; Screen Support; Screen; Nozzle & Venturi Disc; Plug; Gasket; Cone Screen; Flow Plug (HVDC) ;Housing; Ferrule

*Install with lettered side up, concave Nut side down.

IMPORTANT: Be sure small hole in the gasket is centered directly over the small hole in the nozzle & venturi housing. Be sure the numbers are facing up

 

To get access to the nozzle & venturi, remove the water softener’s top cover. Put the bypass valve(s) into the bypass position. Be sure the water softener is in soft water (service) cycle (no water pressure at nozzle & venturi). Then, holding the nozzle & venturi housing with one hand, unscrew the cap. Do not lose the 0-ring seal. Lift out the screen support and screen. Then, remove the nozzle & venturi disc, gasket and flow plug(s). Wash the parts in warm, soapy water and rinse in fresh water. Be sure to clean both the top and bottom of the nozzle & venturi disc. If needed, use a small brush to remove iron or dirt. Do not scratch, misshape, etc., surfaces of the nozzle & venturi.

Gently replace all parts in the correct order. Lubricate the 0-ring seal with silicone grease and locate in place. Install and tighten the cap by hand, while supporting the housing. Overtightening may break the cap or housing. Put the bypass valve(s) into service (soft water) position.

Recharge the softener to reduce water level in the tank. This will also assure that the softener is completely recharged and ready to provide softened water again. Check the water level in the tank by looking down the brinewell. If the water level does not drop after a recharge, the problem has not been resolved. Call 1-(480) 969-7251, Monday – Friday, 8 am to 5 PM Mountain Time.

Troubleshooting

AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC DIAGNOSTICS

This water softener has a self-diagnostic function for the electrical system (except input power and/or water meter). The water softener monitors electronic components and circuits for correct operation. If a malfunction occurs, an error code appears in the display.

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Err I

While an error code appears in the display, all buttons are inoperable except the PROGRAM button. PROGRAM remains operational so the service person can perform the Manual Advance Diagnostics, see below, to further isolate the problem.

Procedure for removing error code from display:

  1. Unplug power supply from electrical outlet.
  2. Correct problem.
  3. Plug power supply back in.
  4. Wait 8 minutes. The error code will return if the problem was not corrected.

MANUAL ADVANCE DIAGNOSTICS

Use the following procedures to advance the water softener through the regeneration cycles to check operation.

Lift off the salt lid, remove the top cover by unlocking the tabs in the back and rocking forward, to observe cam and switch operation during valve rotation.

  1. Press and hold PROGRAM for 3 seconds until “000” shows in the display, then release.
  2. The 3 digits indicate water meter operation as follows:

000 (steady) = Soft water not in use, and no flow

through the meter.

Open a nearby soft water faucet.

000 to 140 (continual) = Repeats for each gallon of water passing through the meter.

  1. Symbols in the display indicate POSITION switch operation

Switch is open  (Cam not rotating)                    Switch is closed             (Cam rotating)

 

  1. Use the RECHARGE button to manually advance the valve into each cycle and check correct switch operation.

NOTE: Be sure water is in contact with the salt, and not separated by a salt bridge (See “Breaking A Salt Bridge” section).

  1. While in this diagnostic screen, the following information is available and may be beneficial for various reasons. This information is retained by the computer from the first time electrical power is applied to the electronic controller.
  2. Press the UP button to display the number of days this electronic control has had electrical power applied.
  3. Press the DOWN button to display the number of regenerations initiated by this electronic control since the code number was entered.
  4. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the model code (“LL40” for Model WHES40 or “LL44” for Model WHES44) shows in the display. This code identifies the softener model. If an incorrect model code is displayed, the softener will operate on incorrect configuration data.
  5. To change the code number, press the UP or V DOWN button until the correct code shows.
  6. To return to the present time display, press the PROGRAM button.

 

Troubleshooting

RESETTING TO FACTORY DEFAULTS

To reset the electronic controller to its factory default for all settings (time, hardness, etc.):

  1. Press the PROGRAM button and hold it until the display changes twice to show the flashing model code.
  2. Press the UP button (a few times, if necessary) to display a flashing “SoS”.

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  1. Press the PROGRAM button, and the electronic controller will restart.
  2. Set the present time, hardness, etc., as described

MANUAL ADVANCE REGENERATION CHECK

This check verifies proper operation of the valve motor, brine tank fill, brine draw, regeneration flow rates, and other controller functions. Always make the initial checks, and the manual initiated diagnostics.

NOTE: The electronic control display must show a steady time (not flashing). If an error code shows, first press the PROGRAM button to enter the diagnostic display.

  1. Press the RECHARGE button and hold in for 3 seconds. RECHARGE begins to flash as the softener’s valve advances from the service to fill position. Remove the brinewell cover and, using a flashlight, observe fill water entering the tank.

If water does not enter the tank, look for an obstructed nozzle, venturi, fill flow plug, brine tubing, or brine valve riser pipe.

  1. After observing fill, press the RECHARGE button to move the softener’s valve into the brine position. A slow flow of water to the drain will begin. Verify brine draw from the brine tank by shining a flashlight into the brinewell and observing a noticeable drop in the liquid level. This may take 15 to 20 minutes.

 

 

 

NOTE: Be sure water is in contact with the salt, and not separated by a salt bridge (See “Breaking A Salt Bridge” section).

If the water softener does not draw brine, check for (most likely to least likely):

  • Dirty or plugged nozzle and venturi, see “Cleaning the Nozzle and Venturi” section.
  • Nozzle and venturi not seated on the gasket, or gasket deformed.
  • Valve seals leaking (See Troubleshooting).
  • Restriction in valve drain, causing a back-pressure (bends, kinks, elevated too high, etc.). See “Install Valve Drain Hose” section.
  • Obstruction in brine valve or brine tubing.

NOTE: If water system pressure is low, a too-long or elevated drain hose may cause back pressure, stopping brine draw. Avoid drain hose runs longer than 30 feet. Avoid elevating the hose more than 8 feet above the floor.

  1. Press the RECHARGE button to move the softener’s valve into the backwash position. Look for a fast flow of water from the drain hose. Check that the drain can adequately handle the flow and volume.

An obstructed flow indicates a plugged top distributor, backwash flow plug, or drain hose.

  1. Press the RECHARGE button to move the softener’s valve into the fast rinse position. Again look for a fast drain flow. Allow the softener to rinse for a few minutes to flush out any brine that may remain in the resin tank from the brining cycle test.
  2. To return the softener’s valve to the service position, press the RECHARGE button.

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Softener Parts List

Key No                 Part No.               Description

 

–                              7112963              Distributor 0-Ring Kit (includes Key Nos. 1-3)

I                               same      0-Ring, 2-7/8″ x 3-1/4″

2                              same      0-Ring, 13/16″ x 1-1/16″

3                              same      0-Ring, 2-3/4″ x 3″

4                             7077870             Top Distributor

5                            7105047              RepI. Bottom Distributor

–                              7331177             Tank Neck Clamp Kit (includes 2 ea. of Key Nos. 6 & 7)

6                               same                   Clamp Section (2 req.)

7                                same                    Retainer Clip (2 req.)

7161849               RepI. Resin Tank, 9″ x 40″, Model WHES40

8

7247996                 RepI. Resin Tank, 10″ x 40″,Model WHES44

9                              0502272                   Resin, I Cu. ft.

10                            7310202                       Repl. Brine Valve Assembly

11                             7327568                   Float, Stem & Guide Assembly

12                              7337482                  Power Supply, 28V DC

13                             7335163                   RepI. Electronic Control Board (PWA)

14                            7267116                   Top Cover & Faceplate Assembly, (order decal below)

7335553                   Faceplate Decal

 

Key No.              Part No.             Description

 

15                       7262661             Salt Lid (order decal below)

7336622             Instruction Decal

16                          7262768          Rim

17                         7335901           Cover, Brinewell

18                          7137824          Brinewell Assembly (including salt level decal)

–                             7331258          Overflow Hose Adaptor Kit (includes Key Nos. 19-21)

19                         same                  Grommet

20                         same                Adaptor Elbow

21                                                ‘1’ Hose Clamp

–                         7331664              Brinewell Mounting Hardware Kit (includes Key Nos. 22 & 23)

22                         same                  Wing Nut, 1/4-20

23                          same  Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8″

24                      7264883              Repl. Brine Tank

25                         7214383           Bypass Valve Assembly, 1″, including 2 ea. Clips & 0-Rings

26                         7139999           Drain Hose, 20 ft.

7345469       Owner’s Manual

Valve Exploded View

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Valve Parts List

Key No.              Part No.             Description

 

100                   7224087              Screw, #8-32 x 1″ (2 req.)

101                   7286039              Motor (incl. 2 ea. of Key No. 100)

102                   7231393              Motor Plate

103                     0900857            Screw, #6-20 x 3/8″ (3 req.)

104                     7171250            Bearing

105                    7283489             Cam & Gear

–                        7331169 Drain Hose Adaptor Kit (includes Key Nos. 106-110)

106                   same                   Clip, Drain

107                    same                 Hose Clamp

108                  same                   Drain Hose Adaptor

109                  same                   0-Ring, 15/16″ x 1-3/16″

110                    same                  Flow Plug, 2.0 gpm

–                       7185487              Seal Kit (includes Key Nos. 111-116)

111                  same                   0-Ring, 5/8″ x 13/16″

112                   same                   0-Ring, 1-1/8″ x 1-1/2″

113                    same                    0-Ring, 4-1/2″ x 4-7/8″

114                      same                  Rotor Seal

115                   same                     Seal

116                  same                      Seal, Nozzle & Venturi

117                7174313                 Bearing, Wave Washer

118                7185500                Rotor& Disc

–                      7342712                 Drain Plug Kit, 1″

 

119                same                     Plug, Drain Seal

120              same                        Spring

121            7337589                 Clip, 1″, pack of 4

122              7342704                 Installation Adaptor, 1″, pack of 2, including 2 ea. Clips & 0-Rings

 

Key No.              Part No.             Description

 

123                  7337597 0-Ring, 1-1/16″ x 1-5/16″, pack of 4

–                         7290931              Turbine & Support Assembly, including 2 0-Rings

 

124                     same                  Turbine Support & Shaft

125                      same                  Turbine

126                    7309811             Wire Harness, Sensor

127                      7081201           Retainer, Nozzle & Venturi

128                      7171145           Valve Body

129                  7342649               0-Ring, 1/4″ x 3/8″, pack of 2

130                 1202600               Nut – Ferrule

–                        7257454 Nozzle & Venturi Assembly  (incl. Key Nos. 127,129 & 131-139)

131                      7081104           Housing, Nozzle & Venturi

132                    7095030             Cone Screen

133                    1148800             Flow Plug, .3 gpm

134                       7114533          Nozzle & Venturi Gasket Kit

7204362          Gasket Only

135                   7084607              Flow Plug, .15 gpm

136                     7146043            Screen

137                  7167659 Screen Support

138                     7170262            0-Ring, 1-1/8″ x 1-3/8″

139                    7199729             Cap

140                  7175199 Wave Washer

141                     7171161            Valve Cover

142                  7342681 Screw, #10 x 2-5/8″, pack of 8

143                     7305150            Switch

144                  7140738 Screw, #4-24 x 3/4″ (2 req.)

  •                     3479901              Adaptor Kit, 1″ to 1-1/4″

To order repair parts call 1 (480) 969-7251, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm Mountain time.

 

 

 

*SOURCE: Whirlpool  7345469 (REV. B 03/30/15)

 

To order repair parts call 1 (480) 969-7251, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm Mountain time.

 

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Lowe’s HOME APPLIANCES Phoenix, AZ; Buckeye, AZ

Model WHELJ1

Whirlpool Central

Water Filtration System *

How to install, operate

and maintain your Central

Water Filtration System for Scottsdale, AZ; Cave Creek, AZ, Phoenix, AZ; Gilbert, AZ.

 

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If you need parts or service or media for this equipment please call our office (480) 969-7251 Mountain time.

Purpose of a whole house filter Mesa, AZ; Gold Canyon, AZ; Cave Creek, AZ; Laveen, AZ for the reduction of chlorine taste and odor.

Operation and parts and supplies information

 

 

 

 

Specifications & Performance Claims

This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42 for the reduction of chlorine taste and odor. The concentration of the indicated substance in water entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI 42 for whole house water filtration in the areas of Fountain Hills, AZ,  Phoenix, AZ; Cave Creek, AZ and San Tan Valley, AZ.

While testing was performed under standard laboratory conditions, actual performance of the system may vary based on local water conditions.

SPECIFICATIONS

Model WHELJ1

Rated Service Flow Rate           6.0 gpm (22.7 L/min.)

Pressure Drop at Rated Service Flow  10 psig* (68.9 kPa)

Pressure Drop at 9.6 gpm         15 psig* (103.4 kPa)

Water Pressure Limits (minimum / maximum)            30-125 psi(206.8 – 861.8 kPa)

Water Temperature Limits (minimum I maximum)    40-100-F (5 – 38 °C)

Drain Flow Rate            3.4 gpm

 

Rated Capacity at Chlorine Concentration**

0.50 ppm          2,280,000 gal.*

0.75 ppm          1,520,000 gal.*

1.0ppm              1,140,000 gal.*

1.5ppm              760,000 gal.*

2.0 ppm             570,000 gal.

Sediment Removal with 30-40 micron particle size   95% or more

Sediment Removal with 40-50 micron particle size   99% or more

* From independent laboratory test data.

** Typical residential chlorine concentration is 0.5 to 1.0 ppm.

This system conforms to NSF/ANSI Standard 42 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data.

 

Inspect Shipment

The parts required to assemble and install the Central Water Filtration System are included with the unit. Thoroughly check the Central Water Filtration System for possible shipping damage and parts loss. Also inspect and note any damage to the shipping carton.

Remove and discard (or recycle) all packing materials. To avoid loss of small parts, we suggest you keep the small parts in the parts bag until you are ready to use them.

Packing List;

Ground Clamp Kit; Drain Hose; Hose Clamps; Grommet (used for Models WHES33,WHES44 & WHES48)

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Programming the Central Water Filtration System

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Words in picture: Display;UP button; Central Water Filtration System; DOWN button; CLEAN button; PROGRAM button

When the power supply is plugged into the electrical outlet, a model code and a test number (example: J2.0), begin to flash in the faceplate display. Then, 12:00 PM and the words “PRESENT TIME” begin to flash.

NOTE: If “- – – -” shows in the display, press the UP or  DOWN button until the model code “CF 8” shows in the display. Then, press the PROGRAM button to set, and change to the flashing “PRESENT TIME” display.   Whole house water filtration is available in the areas of  Tempe, AZ, Chandler, AZ San Tan Valley, AZ Ahwatukee, AZ Phoenix, AZ Fountain Hills, AZ  Cave Creek, AZ  Scottsdale, AZ.

 

SET TIME OF DAY

If the words “PRESENT TIME” do not show in the display, press the PROGRAM button until they do.

  1. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the present time. Up moves the display ahead; down sets the time back. Be sure AM or PM is correct.

NOTE: Press buttons and quickly release to slowly advance the display. Hold the buttons down for fast advance.

  1. Press the PROGRAM button a few times, until the

time appears on the display, but is not flashing.

Questions? Call (480) 969-7251 Monday- Friday, 8 AM -5 PM Mountain time.

 

Customizing Features I Options

START A CLEAN RINSE CYCLE

To manually start a Clean Rinse cycle, press and hold the CLEAN button for a few seconds, until “RECHARGE NOW” flashes in the display.

SET NUMBER OF DAYS BETWEEN CLEAN RINSE CYCLES

By default the Central Water Filtration System will automatically initiate a Clean Rinse every 14 days. This should be sufficient for most applications.

To change the number of days between Clean Rinse cycles:

  1. Press the PROGRAM button twice, so “RECHARGE” is shown in the display.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the number of days between Clean Rinse cycles (from I to 99).
  3. Press the PROGRAM button twice when complete.

SET CLEAN RINSE TIME

By default the Central Water Filtration System will Clean Rinse at 1:00 a.m.

To change the Clean Rinse start time:

  1. Press the PROGRAM button three times, so “RECHARGE TIME” is shown in the display.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the Clean Rinse time. Be sure AM or PM is correct.
  3. Press the PROGRAM button again when complete.

SET LENGTH OF CLEAN RINSE

By default the Central Water Filtration System’s Clean Rinse cycle will consist of a 2 minute backwash followed by a 1 minute fast rinse. This should be sufficient for most applications.

Increasing the length of Clean Rinse time will increase the amount of water flushed to drain during each Clean Rinse cycle, therefore, these times should only be increased when necessary.

To change the length of the backwash part of the Clean Rinse cycle:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button for a few seconds, until the “000” screen appears,

 

  1. Press the PROGRAM button once, so “bA TIME” appears in the display.
  2. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the length of backwash in minutes.
  3. Press the PROGRAM button twice when complete.

To change the length of the fast rinse part of the Clean Rinse cycle:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button for a few seconds, until the “000–” screen appears.
  2. Press the PROGRAM button twice, so “Fr TIME” appears in the display.

 

 

  1. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to set the length of fast rinse in minutes.
  2. Press the PROGRAM button again when complete.

 

Customizing Features I Options

OPERATING IN MANUAL CLEAN RINSE MODE

Clean Rinse cycles will run automatically, unless the automatic Clean Rinse function has been disabled. If this function has been disabled, it will be necessary to manually initiate any Clean Rinse cycles. It is recommended that a Clean Rinse cycle should be run at least once each month, or more frequently if necessary.

A manual Clean Rinse mode may be used when a drain (required for automatic Clean Rinse) is not available. However, it is recommended that automatic Clean Rinse be used if the drain requirements can be met

IMPORTANT: During the Clean Rinse cycle, whether manually or automatically initiated, water will flow from the valve drain port. If a permanent drain line has not been installed, provisions must be made for the drain flow prior to initiating a Clean Rinse cycle.

DISABLING AUTOMATIC CLEAN RINSE

To disable the automatic Clean Rinse function:

  1. Press and immediately release the CLEAN button (pressing and holding the button a few seconds would initiate a Clean Rinse cycle).
  2. “VAC” should flash in the display, indicating that the Central Water Filtration System is in the manual Clean Rinse mode (the automatic Clean Rinse function has been disabled).

 

MANUALLY STARTING A CLEAN RINSE CYCLE To manually start a Clean Rinse cycle:

  1. Press and hold the CLEAN button for a few seconds, until “RECHARGE NOW” flashes in the display.
  2. When the Clean Rinse cycle is complete, the Central Water Filtration System will remain in the manual Clean Rinse mode.

RE-ENABLING AUTOMATIC CLEAN RINSE

To return the Central Water Filtration System to its automatic Clean Rinse function:

  1. Press and immediately release the CLEAN button.
  2. The flashing “VAC” on the display should be replaced by the normal time of day screen.

 

POWER OUTAGE MEMORY

If electrical power to the Central Water Filtration System is lost, “memory” built into the controller circuitry will keep all settings for several hours. While the power is out, the display is blank and the Central Water Filtration System will not Clean Rinse.

When electrical power is restored, you have to reset the time of day only if the display is flashing. The Clean Rinse TIME never requires resetting unless a change is desired. Even if the clock is incorrect after a long power outage, the Central Water Filtration System works as it should to keep your water treated. However, Clean Rinse cycles may occur at the wrong time of day until you reset the clock to the correct time of day.

NOTE: If the Central Water Filtration System was in a Clean Rinse cycle when power was lost, it will now finish the cycle.

 

 

 

Troubleshooting

PROBLEM                                 CAUSE                                                                       CORRECTION

Water has black or                (NEW SYSTEM) Start up                                              Run start up procedure or run consecutive Clean Rinse cycles

gray color                            procedure  has not been completed                   until water color returns to normal.

(NOT ANEW SYSTEM) Normal abrasion of              Manually initiate a Clean Rinse cycle

filtration media

 

Low water pressure at           Sediment filter screen is clogged                                    Manually initiate a Clean Rinse cycle

house faucets                                                                                                                             Clean sediment filter screen . If the filter screen is

frequently plugging, it may be necessary to adjust the

frequency of Clean Rinse cycles.

 

Filtration media pores are blocked                                Manually initiate a Clean Rinse cycle

If the filtration media pores are frequently block-

ing, it may be necessary to increase the frequen-

cy of Clean Rinse cycles.

 

 

Water has objection-                           System is in bypass                                                    Move bypass valve(s) to normal operating (non-

able taste and/or odor                                                                                                                                 bypass) position.

Filtration media pores are blocked                              Manually initiate a Clean Rinse cycle

If the filtration media pores are frequently block-

ing, it may be necessary to increase the frequen-

cy of Clean Rinse cycles.

 

 

No water flow to drain                                   System is in bypass                                             Move bypass valve(s) to normal operating (non-

during Clean Rinse                                                                                                                                                                         bypass) position.

cycle

Troubleshooting

Procedure for removing error code from display:

  1. Unplug power supply from electrical outlet
  2. Correct problem.

Plug power supply back in.

  1. Wait 8 minutes. The error code will return if the problem was not corrected.

 

Central Water Filtration System Exploded View

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Central Water Filtration System

Parts List

Key No.                           Part No.                                  Description

  • 7290876                   Assembly, Replacement Mineral Tank,

w/media & associated components (Includes Key

Nos. I through 12)

–                                      7112963                Distributor 0-Ring Kit (includes Key Nos. 1-3)

I                                            “                                     ‘1″           0-Ring, 2-7/8″ x 3-1/4″

2                                            “                                       0-Ring, 13/16″ x 1-1/16″

3                                           “                                        ‘1’         0-Ring, 2-3/4″ x 3″

4                                        7077870                                 Top Distributor

5                                            7265025                              Filter Screen

6                                          7105047                               RepI. Bottom Distributor

–                                           7331177                         Tank Neck Clamp Kit (includes 2 ea. of Key Nos. 7 & 8)

7                                            “                                       Retainer Clip (2 req.)

8                                           “                                                     Clamp Section (2 req.)

9                                           *                                                     Mineral Tank, 8″ x 25″

10                                          *                                           Activated Carbon, 10 lbs.

11                                    *                                                Filter Sand, 5 lbs.

12                                        *                                               Gravel, 6 lbs.

13                                       7290402                                          Faceplate Decal

14                                         7290119                        Cover (order decal above and badge below)

15                                           7336915                                      Whirlpool Brand Badge

16                                            7290729                                  RepI. Electronic Control Board (PWA)

17                                           7290101                                     Rim

18                                         7296296                                   Outer Shroud Tank

19                                        7337482                                    Power Supply, 28V DC

20                                             7259927                              Wire Harness

21                                      7139999                            Drain Hose, 20 ft.

22                                          1103200                                      Adaptor Elbow

23                                           7248706                                              Ground Clamp Kit

24                                             7278434                                      Bypass Valve Assembly, 3/4″,  including

2 0-Rings (Key  No. 72)

7339997                                         Owner’s Manual

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Valve Parts List

Key No.                             Part No.                                     Description

50                                       7338111                                     Screw, #6-19 x 1-3/8″ (2 req.)

51                                      7281291                               Motor

52                                      7337474                                     Motor Mount

53                                      7284964                                 Cam & Gear

54                                      7030713                                          Switch

–                                         7331274                              Drain Hose Adaptor

Kit (incl. Key Nos. 55-59)

55                                         “                                                       Clip, Drain

56                                          “                                                     Hose Clamp

57                                            “                                            Adaptor, Drain Hose

58                                          “                                             0-Ring, 5/8″ x 13/16″

59                                         “                                              Flow Plug, 3.4 gpm

–                                        7129716                           Seal Kit (includes Key Nos. 60-65)

60                                         “                                              0-Ring, 7/16″ x 5/8″

61                                           “                                             0-Ring, 3/4″ x 15/16″

62                                             “                                             0-Ring, 3-3/8″ x 3-5/8″

63                                           “                                                  Rotor Seal

64                                           “                                             0-Ring, 3/8″ x 9/16″

65                                           “                                           Seal, Nozzle & Venturi

66                                      7082087                     Wave Washer

67                                      7199232                       Rotor& Disc

–                                             7342665                     Drain Plug Kit, 3/4″ (includes Key Nos.

64, 68 & 69)

68                                                   “                         Plug, Drain Seal

69                                            “                                             Spring

70                                             7337563                        Clip, 3/4″, pack of 4

71                                             7342673                   Installation Adaptor, 3/4″, pack of 2,

including 2 ea. Clips & 0-Rings (See

Key Nos. 70 & 72)

72                                           7337571                     0-Ring, 15/16″ x 1-3/16″, pack of 4

73                                              7082053                        Valve Body

74                                          7081201                             Retainer, Nozzle & Venturi

75                                           7342649                               0-Ring, 1/4″ x 3/8″, pack of 2

76                                             7100940                              Plug, Aspirator Port

77                                               7337466                            Valve Cover

78                                               7342657                            Screw, #10-14 x 2″, pack of 5

 

.   * source: Whirlpool document 7339997 (Rev. D 7/22/14)

 

09.28.15

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Krystal Klear Water

Water Filtration System &

Electronic DeScaler

Instruction & 0wners  Manual

WELCOME

INSTALLATION OVERVIEW BEFORE YOU START PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS – FILTRATION SYSTEM INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS – ELECTRONIC DESCALER NEW SP4000 FITTINGS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS, HELPFUL HINTS

 

These are the components of this whole House Water Treatment equipment

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235

C-SERIES

Time Clock Series Models

1″ & 1-1/4″ Control Valve

Time Clock Programming Guide

236

Front Cover and Drive Assemb/y

Part No.                         Description                                        Qty

C3175TC-01                 IC Front Cover Asy                             1

C3107-01                      Motor Asy                                           1

C3106-01                      Drive Bracket & Spring Clip                      1

C3818TC                       IC PC Board 4-Digit                                 1

C3110                         Drive Reducing Gear l2x363

C3109                          Drive Gear Cover                             1

C3002TC                       TCDriveAssemjy.

Not Shown

C3186               AC Adapter l2OV-12V   1

C3186EU                      AC Adapter 220 240V 12VEU

C3186UK                       AC Adapter 220-240V-

V3186-01                      WS1 AC Adapter Cord Only

 

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Part Shown in picture  C3175TC-01

238

Part shown in picture C3818TC

239

Part shown in picture C3107-01

Complete assembly part C3002

240

Parts shown in picture C3110, C3109, C3106-01

 

 

Drive Cap Assembly, Down flow Piston, Rçgenerant Piston & Spacer Stack Assembly

 

Part No.                                       Description                                           Qty

C3430                                         Spacer Stack Assembly          1

C3004                                            Drive Cap ASY                       1

C3178                                             Drive Back Plate                               1

C3407                                          Piston Downfl ow ASY                       1

C3174                                         Regenerant Piston                                  1

C3135                                             0-ring 228                                                   1

C3180                                              0-ring 337                                                1

C3358                                  0-ring 219 (Dist. Tube Opening 1.32)             1

C3357:                                 0-ring218(Dist. Tübé Openinq

Not Shown

C3020               Body ASY Downflow (Distributor Tube Opening 1.32”)

C3020-01          1.25 Mixing Valve Body Downflow Assy (Distributor Tube Opening 1.32′)

C3020-02          1.25Body Assy Downflow (Distributor Tube Opening 32mm)

C3020-03          1.25 Mixing Valve Body Downflow Assy (Distributor Tube Opening 32mm)

Part No.                                                 Description                                           Qty

C3005                                                   1 ‘Spacer Stack Assembly           1

C3004                                                    Drive Cap Assembly                               1

C3178                                                            Drive Back Plate                                        1

C3011                                                            Piston Downflow Assembly                   1

C3174                                                      Regenerant Piston                                        1

C3135                                                            0-ring 228                                      1

C3180                                                                          0-ring 337                                      1

C3105                                                       I 0-ring 215 (Distributer Tube)    1

Not Shown

C3001  Body ASYDownflow     1

C3001-02          I Mixing Valve Body ASY

 

 

1″ Control Valve Part Numbers            C3118

1-1/4′ Control Valve Part Numbers

Applies to Both Size Control Valves

Words in the pictures:  Black Plug      ,Grey Plug, Grey Ring, Distributor, retainer, Grey Spacer Color , Black Plug

*Only for valves that have a 32mm Distributor Tube Opening

C-Series 1′ & 1-1/4″ Time Clock Manual

C-Series 1″ & 1-114″ Control Valve Identification

C-Series with 1.050″ Distributor Tube Opening Identification

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C-Series 1-1/4″ with 1.32H Distributor Tube Opening Identification

Words in picture: Black Spacer Color, Grey Plug

C-Series 14/4″ with 32mm Distributor Tube Opening Identification

Words in picture: Grey Plug, Grey Spacer Color,  Grey Ring, Grey Distributor 0-Ring Retainer

C-Series 1 & 1-1/4″ Time Clock Manual


241.5

A water softener whole house filtration system sold at Lowe’s Home Improvement stores

Krystal PureTM:  KS10, DS15HE, DS64HE, For Water Softener/ Whole House Conditioner Systems

For Scottsdale, AZ,  Cave Creek, AZ,

243.5

Krystal Pure brine tank assembly     ensamblado del  Depósito de salmuera

  1. Take off cap from brine well.
  2. Take out float assembly.
  3. Place brine well into brine tank and align brine well holes with brine tank holes.
  4. Take out 1/2 900 elbow hose barb and remove rubber washer and plastic nut.
  5. Insert 1/2″ 900 elbow over flow” fitting through bottom hole. Elbow should point towards floor (outside of brine tank)

 

  1. Place rubber gasket over threads.
  2. Push Brine well over threads and tighten plastic nut on threads inside brine well.
  1. Remove nut from float assembly and position screw into hole on brine well. Then replace nut.

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Words in picture:

Brine Tank

Brine Well

½” 90 degree Elbow

Float Assembly

 

INSTALLATION INSPECTION

IS YOUR HOME PRE-PLUMBED?

245

Your home is pre-plumbed for a water

softener/conditioner if you have a loop in the

garage or laundry room. Typically, there will be a

110 volt outlet within 6 feet of the loop and a 1/2″;

drain line stubbed out of the wall.

 

KS15HE AND KS64HE VALVE AND PARTS

246

PARTS LIST

CODE    PART NO.                    DESCRIPTION                                        QTY

 

I             1035007            Valve Assembly w/o Flow Controls               1

2            1035615           960 Standard Cam Shaft                                  1

3                                        Drain Control Assembly                               1

1000209           NO.7 (1.2gpm;4.5Lpm)

1000210            NO .8 (1.6 gpm; 6.1Lpm)

1000211            NO.9 (2.0 gpm; 7.6Lpm  )

1000212           No. 10 (2.5 9pm; 9.5Lpm)

1000213            No.12 (3.5 gpm; 13.2Lpm)

1000214            No.13 (4.1 gpm; 15.5 Lpm)

1000215            No. 14 (4.8 gpm; 18.2 Lpm)

4           1035502            Ball Flow Control                                          1

5                                      Injector assembly                                         1

1032970         “A” injector – White

1032971          “B” injector – Blue

1032972            “C” injector – Red

1030272             “D” injector – Green

6            1000269             injector cap assembly                               1

7                                     Brine refill control                                        1

1000222          .33 gpm

8             1002449        Drain fitting elbow(3/4” hose barbed)       1

9             1000226        Screen cap assembly                                       1

10            1010429      o – ring                                                      1

11             1035622       tank ring                                                  1

12                                    plumbing adapter kits                         1

1001606           ¾ inch copper tube adapter kit

1001670            1 inch copper tube adapter kit

1041210            1 ¼ inch copper tube adapter kit

1001608             22-mm copper tube adapter kit

1001613            3/4 inch CPVC Tube adapter kit

1001614            1 inch CPVC Tube Adapter Kit

1001615             25-mm CPVC Tube Adapter kit

1001769            ¾-inch NPT Plastic Pipe Adapter kit

1001603            1 inch NPT Plastic Pipe Adapter kit

1001604             ¾-inch BSPT Plastic Pipe Adapter kit

1001605              1-inch BSPT Plastic Pipe Adapter kit

1001611             ¾-inch BSPT Brass Pipe Adapter kit

1001610                 1 inch NPT Brass Pipe Adapter kit

1001612                 1 inch BSPT Brass Pipe Adapter kit

13             1033444                 TURBINE ASSEMBLY                                          1

14             1001580                SPRING, FLAPPER VALVE

15             1030372                COVER                                                                 1

VALVE DISC KIT

1041174                 STANDARD

1041175                  SEVERE SERVICE

KSI5HE Controller

247

K8I5HE Source Select, Bypass Valve

248

K8I5HE Transformer

249

Code                No.                                Description                               Qty.

 

1                              KSI5FIE  Controller                                                       1

2            1040930                          Source Select, bypass value             1

3            1000811                          Transformer                                      1

+          1000907                           Transformer  Extension Cord             1

15 feet (4.6 m)

+          1034264                          V-Splitter (run 2 units from                  1

1 transformer)

 

Source Select, Bypass Valve

+           1040930 Bypass Body Assembly with install Kit           1

+ Not Shown

 

KS5,  KS10 VALVE AND PARTS

250

Code                No.                                Description                                                 Qty.

1                    1000232                  Valve Assembly, W/0 Flow Controls           1

2                   1031950                   Camshaft, Standard. One- Piece                  1

3                 1000062                  Valve Cover, Black with transparent window   1

4                                                  Brine refill Flow Control Assembly                     1

1034261                  1 to 10 lbs Salt

1034263                  3 to 19 lbs Salt

5                          1000226                  Screen/Cap Assembly with O ring                      1

6                                                     Backwash Control Assembly with O-rings            1

1034162              No 6 for 6 in Diameter Tank

1000209             No 7 for 7 in Diameter Tank

1000210              No 8 for 8 in Diameter Tank

100211              No 9 for 9 in Diameter Tank

1000212             No 10 for 10 in Diameter Tank

100213              No 12 for 12 in Diameter Tank

100214              No 13 for 13 in Diameter Tank

100215             No 14 for 14 in Diameter Tank

7                                 1030502         Ball, Flow Control                                                     1

8                                                        Injector Assembly with O-rings                            1

1032970          “A” Injector – White

2032971           “B” Injector – Blue

1032972          “C” Injector – Red

9                                            Injector Cap with O-0ring                                       1

1000217               “A” Cap

100218                     “B Cap”

100219                 “C Cap”

10                                1033784                     Tank  Adapter Assembly                          1

11                                   1032416                  Air Check Assembly                                     1

12                                         1010429                 O-Ring BN                                                      1

13                                               1010428                 O-Ring EP                                                       1

14                                   1031402                Locking Bar: English Language                    1

15                                           1006093                Screw, No 9 x 9/16 inch                               1

16                                     1001580               Spring, Valve Disc Kits:                                   9

17                                          1033066              New to Old Aircheck Adapter Kit                          1

18                                      100297               Extended Bearing, Camshaft                                1

19                                          1031391               Pin, Locking, Timer, Black                                   1

20                                           Covers, high style

1041087              Beige/ Tan

1041088               Black/ White

1041091            Beige/Black

21                                            1030501            Bearing, Camshaft for use with Cover (Code 22)

22                                              1032565           Cover, L-lid

23                                          1001404             O-Ring Group: Tank Adapter

24                                              1040459            O-Ring Group: Piping Boss

25                                             1041010           13/16 inch Riser Insert (optional)

+                                           1000250             Valve Disc Replacement

+ Not shown

Source Select Bypass Valve

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Code                  Part No.                      Description                         Qty.

1                        1040769           Source Select, Bypass Valve           1

2                        1040524           Install Kit                                              1

+                                             Tube Adapter Kits

1001606         3/4 –inch  Copper Tube Adapter Kit

1001670          1-inch Copper Tube Adapter Kit

1001608          22-mm Copper Tube Adapter Kit

1001609          28-mm Copper Tube Adapter Kit

1001613           ¾-inch  CPVC  Tube Adapter Kit

1001614           1-inch  CPVC Tube Adapter Kit

1001615             22-mm CPVC Tube Adapter Kit

1001769             3/4 –inch NPT Plastic Pipe Adapter Kit

1001603              1-inch  NPT Plastic Pipe Adapter Kit

1001604             ¾-inch BSPT Plastic Pipe Adapter Kit

1001605               1-inch BSPT Plastic Pipe Adapter Kit

1001611                 ¾-inch BSPT Brass Pipe Adapter Kit

1001610              1-inch NPT Brass Pipe Adapter Kit

1001612              1-inch BSPT Brass Pipe Adapter Kit

 

+ Not Shown

 

KS5, KS10 Adapter

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Code                  Part No.                      Description                                     Qty.

1                         1032350                      Kit,  KS5, KS10 Adapter                  1

2                      1032351                      KS5, KS10 Adapter Install Kit          1

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KS5, KS10 Controller

254

Code                  Part No.                      Description                                     Qty.

1                                                          KS5, KS10 Controller                          1

2                                                           Transformer                                       1

1000810                       Japanese

1000811                      North American

1000812                     Australian

1000813                     British

1000814                      European

1000907                      Transformer Extension Cord                1

15 foot (4.6m)

 

KS5, DS10 Piping adapter

255

Code                  Part No.                      Description                                              Qty.

1                                                             Kit KS5, KS10 Piping adapter                  1

(includes hardware):

1040277                       ¾-inch NPT, Brass

1040278                       1-inch NPT, Brass

1040281                         3/4-inch BSPT, Brass

1040282                       1-inch BSPT, Brass

1040279                          3/4-inch NPT, Noryl

1040280                      1-inch NPT,  Noryl

1040283                    ¾-inch BSPT, Noryl

104284                        1-inch  BSPT, Noryl

2                         1040339                     KS5, KS10 Piping adapter                 1

Install Kit

 

Brine Tank Assembly

256

Code                  Part No.                      Description                                                     Qty.

1                        208-11112               KS5 brine tank & assembly kit (black)             1

1                      208-11111                KS10, KS15HE brine tank & assembly kit         1

(white)

1                       208-14142                KS64HE  brine tank & assembly kit                  1

 

Valve Troubleshooting

–             Problem                                       Possible Cause                                    Solution

1.Control will not draw brine.              a.Low water pressure.                          A. Set pump to maintain 30                                                                                                                                                psi

conditioner.

b.Restricted drain line.                              b.Remove restriction.

C.Injector plugged!                            c.Clean injector and screen.

d.Injector defective!                           d.Replace injector.

e.Valve (2 and/or4) not closed.        e.Remove foreign matter

from disc and check disc for

closing by pushing in on stem.

Replace if needed.

2.Brine tank overflow,                   a Brine valve (I) being held open     a.Manually operate valve

stem to flush away

obstruction                       B  Uncontrolled brine refill flow rate!                                                       b. Remove variable salt

controller to clean.                        C Valve (3 or 4) not                                                                                                                               closed during brine                                                                                 c. Flush out foreign matter by

draw causing refill.                                                                                     holding disc open and manually

operating valve stem                                                                                                                                         B Air leak in brine line.     d. Check all connections in brine

line for leaks.

Refer to instructions.

 

 

 

3 System using more or less salt                                 A Inaccurate setting,       a. Correct  setting.

than salt control is set for                              b.Foreign matter in controller     b. Remove variable salt

causing incorrect flow rates             controller

and flush out foreign

matter.

Manually position control to                                                                                                                            brine draw to clean controller

(after so doing, position control

to “purge” to remove brine                                                                                                                                   from tank).

c.Defective control.        C. Replace controller.

4 Intermittent or irregular brine draw                        a.Low water pressure.   a.Set pump to maintain 30

psi at softener/conditioner.

b.Defective injector!            b.Replace both injector and

injector cap.

 

 

5.No soft/conditioned water after      a. Unit did not regenerate.      aCheck for power.

regeneration.                                           b. No salt in brine tank.              b.Add salt.

  1.   Plugged injector!   c.Clean injector. Flush with

water.

6.Control backwashes at excessively   a.Incorrect backwash              a.Replace with correct size

low or high rate.                                               controller used,                   controller.

b.Foreign matter affecting             b.Remove controller and

controller operation!                 ball. Flush with water.

 

7.Flowing or dripping water at drain a.Drain valve (5 or 6) or brine  a.Manually operate valve

or brine line after regeneration.                valve (1) held open by            stem to flush away

foreign matter or particle.                                  obstruction.

  1. Valve stem return spring on    b.Replace spring.

top plate weak.

 

8.Hard water leakage during service.      a. Improper regeneration      a Repeal regeneration

Making certain that the

correct salt dosage is set.

  1.                               Leaking of bypass valve!       b.Replace 0-ring.                                                                                         c. 0-ring around riser tube              c.Replace 0-ring.

damaged!

KS5 and KS10 -4601 Control Troubleshooting

Problem                                                        Possible Cause                                                   Solution

Clock does not display time of day.    a.Transformer cord unplugged               a.Connect power

b.No electric power at outlet.                b. Repair outlet or use

working outlet.

  1.       Defective transformer.                        c.Replace

transformer.

d.Defective circuit board.                         d.Replace timer.

Clock does not display correct time a transformer cord unplugged            a connect power

of day.                                               B No electric power at outlet                    b repair outlet or use

working outlet

c defective transformer                        c. replace transformer

  1. Defective circuit board.                   D. Replace timer.

 

a.Outlet operated by switch              a Use outlet not controlled by

switch.

  1. Incorrect voltage or frequency (Hz). b. Replace timer with one of correct

voltage and frequency (Hz).

  1.                   Power outages.              c.Reset clock.

3.Time display continues to advance.     a.Defective time set switch. a. Replace timer.

4.Time display shows something other     a.Electrical interference, a   Disconnect power to unit.

than time of day.                                                                                Restore power and reset time

of day.

  1. defective circuit board.        d.Replace timer.

 

5.No water flow display when water is a.Bypass valve in bypass. a. Shift bypass valve to not-in-

flowing,                                                                                                  bypass position.

  1. Meter probe disconnected or                                b. fully insert probe into meter

not fully connected to meter                           housing.

housing.

  1. Restricted meter turbine                        c.Remove meter housing, free up

rotation due to foreign matter             turbine and flush with clean

in meter.                                                   water. Do not disassemble

turbine from meter housing.

Turbine should spin freely. If

not, replace meter!

d.Defective meter probe.          D Replace timer.

E  Defective circuit board.        E Replace timer.

6.Control regenerates at wrong time of  a.Power outages.   a.Reset clock to correct time of

Day.                                                                                            day.

b.Clock set incorrectly.          b.Reset clock to correct time of day.

7.Timer stalled in regeneration cycle. a.Motor dead,             a.Replace timer,

b.Motor runs backward.     b. Replace timer,

  1. No electric power at outlet.      c.Repair outlet or use working

outlet,

d.Broken gear.                 d.Replace timer,

e.Defective switch.  e.Replace timer.

f.Air leak in brine connections,               f.Check all junction points and

make appropriate corrections.

g.Binding of camshaft. g.Remove foreign object

obstruction from valve discs or

camshaft.

  1. Water pressure greater than 125        h.Install pressure regulator.

psi during regeneration.

  1. Defective circuit board,                        i.              Replace timer,
  2. Continuous regeneration, a.           Broken switch activator on     a.              Replace timer.

Camshaft does not stop at the end of   gear.

regeneration.

  1.                                        Defective switch.          b.           Replace timer.
  2. Control will not regenerate a.           Electric cord unplugged.              a.Connect power.

automatically or when button is  b.   No electric power at outlet.    b. Repair outlet or

pressed.                                                                                                              use working outlet,

 

  1.    Defective motor.          c.              Replace timer.
  2.         Broken gear.                                 d.              Replace timer.
  3.                               Binding in gear train.  e.              Replace timer.

f      Defective switch.          f.              Replace timer.

 

10.Control will not regenerate             a.           If water flow display is net              a.Same as item 5

Automatically, but will regenerate                   operative, refer to item 5.

when button is pressed.                     b. Defective circuit board.            b.               Replace timer.

  1.            incorrect hardness and capacity          c.              Set to correct

settings.                                                                            values. See

Programming section.

 

  1. Run out of soft water between a. Improper regeneration,           a.              Repeat

regeneration, making

regenerations.                                                                                                              certain that correct salt

dosage is

used.

  1.   Fouled softener resin. b.           Use resin cleaner. See Note

1.

  1.              Incorrect salt netting. c.           Set salt control to proper

level.

See Salt Setting chart.

  1.             Incorrect harness or capacity d.Set to correct values. See

settings.                  Programming section.

  1.           Water hardness has increased.            e.              Set hardness

to new value. See

Programming section.

f.Restricted meter turbine            f.Remove meter housing,

free up

rotation due to foreign material                 turbine and flush with

clean

in meter housing.               water. DO NOT

DISASSEMBLE TURBINE

FROM METER HOUSING.

Turbine should spin freely, if not,

replace meter!

g.Excessive water usage below    g.Repair leaky plumbing and/ or

1/5 gallon per minute.                fixtures!

Note: Use of resin cleaners in an unvented enclosure is not recommended.

KS15HE and KS64HE Performa HE Control Troubleshooting

The KSI5HE/KS64HR continuously monitors itself and sounds an alarm if it detects something wrong. The alarm is  beep that is on for one second and then off for nine seconds. When the alarm sounds, the display shows the letters “Err” with a number from Ito 4. The table below lists the Err numbers, a description of each error, the cause of the error, and the solutions. To silence the alarm, press any button on the control. If the error still exists, the control will go back to the alarm condition after 30 seconds.

Indication              Description                Cause                                              Solution

Err1                    I.Electronics Failure    a.Control settings need             a.Press any key to

reprogramming                     load default values Refer to

“Programming the valve”

Err2                 2.Improper start of          a.Valve camshaft has been     a.Press any key to silence the

alarm.

regeneration (limit           manually rotated daring a                    (Note: Alarm

automatically clears at

switch closed when it                regeneration.                     “TIME OF REGENERATION”.)

should be open).                  b.   Valve camshaft has been         b.               The control will tars the motor on and

manually rotated Out of                 drive the camshaft to the

proper

“regeneration complete”                           location.

position.                                    c.               Replace the control.

  1.               Faulty motor.                          d.Replace the control.
  2.            Faulty motor drive.      e.           Replace the control.

e.Faulty switch.

Err3      3.           Improper finish of        a.           Valve camshaft has been         a.              The control

will turn the motor on and

regeneration (limit                     manually rotated out of           drive the camshaft to the

proper

switch open when it                  “regeneration complete”                      location.

should be closed),                      position.

b.Faulty motor.               b. Replace the control.

  1. Faulty motor drive.                      c.Replace the control.

d.Faulty switch.         d.Replace the control.

Err4      4.Improper control     a.One or more settings out     a.Hardness: Adjust range: 3 to 250.

settings (one or more                of the allowable range. Capacity: Adjust range: 0.1

to 140.0.

settings are of the                                                   Refill control: Adjust range: 1 to 99.

allowable range).                                                    Brine draw value: Adjust range

 

Form KPWS030905

 

Model Fleck 6700 water softener; upflow brining (Rayne RFD Series) Service manual

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MODEL 6700 Upflow

Meter Assembly

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Parts for the 6700 Fleck water softener upflow vavle; Rayne RFD Uplflow valve                               (Rayne RFD) Upflow: Meter assembly 6700 flex valve

ITEM NO.          NO. REQ’D                      PART NO.          DESCRIPTION

1                             1                                    13821                   Meter body

2                                       1                                    13509         Impeller

3                                  1                                   13847               0 ring, -137

4                                        1                           14716              Meter cap assembly, electronic

5                                     4                    12473            Screw, hex washer, 10-24 x 5/8

6                                         4                           13305               O ring, -119

7                                     4              13255                   Clip, mounting

8                                       4                           13314                  Screw, hex washer head, 8-18 x 5/8

9                                         1                           14613                              Flow straightener

10                                      1                          19121-01           Harness assembly, flow meter

11                                     1                                 17798                          Screw

MODEL 6700 Upflow

By-Pass Valve Assembly, Brass

281

Parts for 6700 Fleck (Rayne RFD) Upflow

ITEM NO.          NO. REQ’D        PART NO.          DESCRIPTION•              Price

1                                   1                   17290                          By-pass valve body, 3/4″

I                   17290NP                    By-pass valve body, 314″ nickel plate

1 13399                  By-pass valve body, 1″

1 13399NP           By-pass valve body, 1:, nickel plate

2                                    1                 11726                            Seal, by-pass

3                                   1                   11972 Plug, by-pass

4                                        1             11978                  Side cover

5                                           1          13604-01                       Label

6                                      8 15727                                 Screw

7                                         1            11986                                 Side cover

8                                       1              11979                               Lever,by-pass

9                                     1 11989                       Screw, hex head, 1/4 – 14

Model 6700. Rayne RFD water softener

 

Parts for the 6700 Fleck (RFD): Complete assemblies (Upflw/ Dwnfl)

PART NO.                                       DESCRIPTION

1931 3-XXX                                    Circuit board housing assembly

16944                                                 24 volt motor             .

60102-61                                       Upflow piston assembly

60102-71                                       Down flow piston assembly

60125                                                     upflow seal kit

60125                                                   downflow seal kit

60022-50                                                BLFC .50 gpm

60084                                                 Injector/ drain module

60032                                                             Brine valve

17703-10                                                  Upflow valve body assembly

14449                                                  Downflow valve body assembly

14716                                             Meter cap assembly (dome)

60086-50                                       Complete meter assembly

60343                                              Metered power head assembly

Model 6700. Rayne RFD upflow water softener power head

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Parts for the 6700 Fleck (Rayne RFD)   Upflow: Power head

ITEM NO.          NO. REQ’D                              PART NO.                DESCRIPTION

1                                   1                                           14193-03              Drive panel

2                                     1                      13299                        Spring washer

3                                         1                              13017                          Idler gear

4                                        1                             23045                   Drive gear

5                                       1                            13175                                  Motor mounting plate

6                                          1                       16943                                Drive motor 2 RPM 120V 60Hz

16944                                   Drive motor 2RPM 24V 50/60 Hz

16541                                      Drive motor 2 RPM 220V 50 Hz

7                                        3                          11384                                     Screw, motor mount

8                                           2                        19080                                Spring, detent

9                                         2                            13300                               Ball, detent

10                                     1                               24958                    Main drive gear and shaft (upflow

Brining-white)

11                                         1                           18722                          B/V cam

12                                       1                         12037                                     Washer

13                                        7                        13296                                     Screw, component

14                                         1                               13547                          Strain relief

15                                         1                          11842                     Power cord

16                                       2                          12473                                Screw, drive mount

17                                     2                            18754                                              Pin

18                                        4                         17798                                Screw, mounting plate

19                                    1                  17844                                 Mounting plate

20                                   1                              19079                               Friction washer

21                                  1                                  24598              Cycle cam (upflow – yellow) backwash first

1                             17885              Cycle cam (upflow – red) brine draw/slow

rinse

22                                       1                                15151                Screw, cycle cam

23                                       2                                    10218                      Microswitch

24                                       1                             10302                            Insulator

25                                      2                                      17876     Screw, microswitch

26                                         1                                       19313-XXX        Circuit board housing assy. (state

voltage, if optional relay is installed,

and cycle cam

color)

27                                                 1                     19118            Wire harness, power

28                                           1                                   1911901              Wire harness, home and step switch

29                                       1                              18&15-01                     seal

30                                                1                                          9V alkaline batery

31                                     1                                        18679                       tapered cap

32                                       1                                            17845                       Hinge pin

33                                           1                                     17841-xx           Bottom cover (specify color)

34                                          1                                       17842-xx          Top cover (specify color)

35                                                     4                            12681 Wire nut, gray (not shown)

Model 6700. Rayne RFD  Upflow water softener – Control valve assembly

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Parts for the 6700 Fleck (Rayne RFD) Upflow water softener – Control valve assembly

ITEM NO.          NO. REQ’D        PART NO.                        DESCRIPTION

1                                 1                  17703-20                        Valve body, up-flow 13/16″ distributor

1                        17703-10                    Valve body, up-flow 1″ distributor

2                               4                             14241                                  Spacer

3                                   5                          13242                                       Seal

4                                 1                                  18848                          Piston – (used with yellow or red cycle

cam)

5                                   1                                14309                         Piston rod retainer

6                                  1                                 15561                               End plug assy – white

7                                  1                        13001-03                   piston rod assembly, 6600 up flow

8                                         not assigned

9                                         not assigned

10                                    1       13546                                End plug retainer

11                                  3                    12473                                     Screw

12                                 1                  11981-01                          Retaining ring

13                                1                                16098                              Washer brine valve

14                               1                                 11973                                   Spring brine valve

15                       1                         13165                                 Brine valve cap

16                                    1                 12550                       Quad ring

17                                      2                           13302                               0-ring

18                                    1              13167                                               Spacer

19                           1                                         14613                                    Flow straightener

20                              1                                    13172                Brine valve stem

21                              1                                 12626                                    Brine valve seat

22                                 1                                13163                              Injector housing

23                                 1                         10913                              Injector nozzle (specify size)

24                              1                          10914                                Injector throat (specify size)

25                             1                       10227                               Injector screen

26                             2                                 13301                              0-ring injector

28                              1                          13303                                    0-ring injector cover

.

29                        1               13166                                         Injector cover

31                             2                     13315                                    Screw

39                              1                     13245                    BLFC button retainer

40                                 1                  12977                                        0-ring

41                                1                                                               BLFC button (specify size)

42                                 1                   13244                       BLFC fitting 3/8″

43                                 3                 10332                                   BLFC insert 3/8″

44          .                           3            10330                                                BLFC ferrule 3/8″

45                                         1          13308                                            Drain hose barb

46                                    1   13173                             DLFC button retainer

47                               1                    15348                                         0-ring DLFC retainer

48                                 1                                                                DLFC button (specify size)

49                                  1                     13333                                    Injector label

50                                  1                  12638                        0-ring drain

51                               1                   13497                                Air disperser

52                                  1                13304                                0-ring distributor tube 1″

1                      10244              0-ring distributor tube 13/16″

53                                1                       12281                              0-ring, -338

54A                               1                         13398                Yoke, brass, 1″ NPT

1           13708                   Yoke, brass, 3/4″ NPT

54B                        1                   18706                       Yoke, plastic, 1″ NPT

 

Parts for Model Fleck 6700; Rayne RFD Upflow  water softener

Control valve assembly

ITEM NO.          NO. REQ’D        PART NO.                       DESCRIPTION

55                       3            10329                                BLFC fitting nut

56                                2                    13255               Adapter clip

57                                 2                 13709                                Adapter coupling

58                                 4  13305                              0-ring – adapter coupling

59                           2                    13314                                   Screw – adapter coupling

 

Model 6700 upflow. Rayne RFD

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Model 9000 water softener

Rayne Infinity Water Softener

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This image portrays the locations the 9000 water softner unit is best suited; a car wash; laundry; motel and restaurants.  This model 9000 water softener is designed so there is never a moment of hard water.  When one tank is regenerating – the other tank is producing soft water.

This unit is superb for commercial applications where soft water is required 100% of the time.

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295.5

295.75

This is the ultimate water softener machine.  People love them.

MODEL 9000 ECONOMINDER – Rayne Infinity Home Water Softeners

 

general, residential & commercial installation

check list

WATER PRESSURE: A minimum of 25 pounds of water pressure is required for regeneration valve to operate effectively.

ELECTRICAL FACILITIES: A continuous 110 volt, 60 Hertz current supply is required. Make certain the current supply is always hot and cannot be turned off with another switch.

EXISTING PLUMBING: Condition of existing plumbing should be free from lime and iron buildup. Piping that is built up heavily with lime and/or iron should be replaced. If piping is clogged with iron, a separate iron filter unit should be installed ahead of the water softener.

LOCATION OF SOFTENER AND DRAIN: The softener should be located close to a drain. BY-PASS VALVES: Always provide for the installation of a by-pass valve.

CAUTION: Water pressure is not to exceed 120 p.s.i., water temperature is not to exceed 110° F, and the unit cannot be subjected to freezing conditions.

INSTALLATION AND START-UP INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Place the softener tank where you want to install the unit, making sure the tanks are level and on a firm base.
  2. All plumbing should be done in accordance with local plumbing codes. The pipe size for the drain line should be minimum ½”. Overhead drains exceeding 4′ above unit require 3/4″ drain line.
  3. Both tanks must be the same height and diameter and filled with equal amounts of media The 1″ distributor tube (1.050 O.D.) should be cut flush with top of each tank.

4.Lubricate the distributor 0-ring seal and tank “o” ring seal with silicone lubricant Place the main control valve on one tank and the tank adapter on the second tank.

  1. NOTE: The 1″ copper tubing to interconnect the tanks must be soldered prior to assembly on the main control valve and tank adapter. There should be a minimum of 1″ distance between tanks on final assembly.
  2. Solder joints near the drain must be done prior to connecting the Drain Line Flow Control fitting. Leave at least 6″ between the DLFC and solder joints when soldering. Failure to do this could cause damage to the drain module.
  3. Teflon tape is the only sealant to be used on the drain fitting.
  4. Make sure that the floor is clean beneath the salt storage tank and that it is level.
  5. Place approximately 1″ of water above the grid plate (if used) in your salttank. Salt may be placed in the unit atthis time.
  6. On units with a by-pass, place in by-pass position. Turn on the main water supply. Open a cold soft water tap nearby and let run a few minutes or until the system is free from foreign material (usually solder) that may have resulted from the installation.
  7. Place the by-pass in service position and let water flow into the mineral tanks. When water flow stops, open a cold water tap nearby and let run until air pressure is relieved.

12.Electrical: All electrical connections must be connected according to codes. Plug unit into electrical outlet Do not insert meter cable into the meter yet

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ItemNo              Quantity           Part No              Description

1            ………………..2 …………….11335 ………..Screw, #4-40

2 ………………………2 ………………18564 ………..Screw, Hex Washer #6-20

3 ………………………2 …………….13363 ………….Washer

4 …………………….1 ………………….14921 ………..Piston Rod Link, Upper

5 …………………….1 …………………15019 ………..Piston Rod Link, Lower

6 …………………….2 ………………….18728 ………..Nut, Clip, #8-32

7 …………………….1 …………………15203 ………..Wiring Harness – Timer

8 …………………….1 ……………………11838 …………Power Cord

9 ……………………..1 …………………….15202 ………..Wiring Harness – Drive

10 …………………..1 ……………………15134 ………..Driven Gear, Lower

11          ………………1 …………………….15135 ………..Drive Gear

12 …………………..1 …………………….14896 ………..Geneva Wheel

14 ……………………4 . …………………..12681 ………..Wire Connector

15 ………………………2 …………………15236 ………..Cover Screw Assembly

16 ………………………1 …………………..15175 ………..Position Decal

17 …………………….2 …………………….14917 ………..Retaining Ring

18 ………………………1 ……………………..15199 ………..Ground Plate

19 …………………….1 ………………………..14430 ………..Screw, Hex Washer #6

20 …………………….2…………………. ……..19160 ………..Screw, Round Hd #6-32

21 …….                     1 ……………………17509 ………..Drive Motor – 220V., 50 Hz

1 ………………………….14927 ………..Drive Motor – 120V., 60 Hz

1 ……………………………17611 ………..Drive Motor 24V., 50-60 Hz

22 ……………………..1 …………………………..15131 ………..Control Panel

23 ………………………2 ………………………….15172 ………..Screw, Flat Hd #4-40

24 ………………………2 ………………………..10340 ………..Washer, Lock #4

25 ………………………1 ………………………….10218 ………..Micro Switch

26 ……………………….2 ………………………..10339 ………..Nut, Hex #4-40

27 ………………………..7 ………………………..15331 ………..Screw, Hex Washer #10-24

28 ………………………..1 …………………………15133 ………..Drive Gear, Upper

29 ……………………….1 ……………………….15132 ………………..Triple Cam

30 …………………………1 ………………………….13547 ………..Strain Relief

31 ……………………….1 …………………………..15810 ………..Retaining Ring, Drive Gear (not shown)

32 ……………………..1 ……………………………15323 ………..Guide Pin Upper Piston Rod Link

33 ………………………1 ……………………………15368 ………..Cable Guide

34 ……………………….2 ………………………………15372 ………..Washer, Thrust

35 ………………………..1 …………………………………15216 ………..Meter Cable Assy. – 1″ Meter

1 …………………………………………………………15425 ……………Meter Cable Assy. – 3/4″ Meter

36 ……………………….2 ………………………………15692 ………..Spacer

37 ………………………1 ………………………………10302 ………..Insulator (not shown)

38 …………………………….Not Assigned

39 …………………………1 ……………………………….16433 ………..Micro Switch, Program

40 …………………………1 ………………………………….18699 ………..Cover, Top (Now Shown)

41 …………………………1 ……………………………………….14779 ………..Cover, Bottom (Not Shown)

 

 

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Item No.            Quantity           Part No.             Description

1……………………1………………… 14861…….. ….. Valve Body

2……………………..1………………..14914 …………Piston, Upper

3……………………..2………………..14309 …………Piston Rod Retainer

2…………. ……16590 …………Piston Rod Retainer, HW

4…………………….1………………..14919 …………Piston Rod, Upper

5……………………2……………………13446 …………End Plug Assy

6…………………….12…………. ……14241 …………Spacer

12………………14241-01 ………Spacer, HW

7…………………….16………………….13242 …………Seal

16………………18759 …………Seal, HW

8………………………1………………14920 …………Piston Rod, Lower

9……………………..1………………..14905 …………Piston, Lower

10……………………1………………11710 …………0-Ring, -215

11…………………..1………………..12281 …………0-Ring, -338

12……………………1……… ……11981-01 ………Retaining Ring

13……………………1……………….16098 …………Washer, Brine Valve (Nylon)

14…………………..1………………….11973 ………….Spring, Brine Valve

15……………………1…………………13165 …………Brine Valve Cap

16……………………3………………….13302 …………0-Ring, -014

17……………………..1…………………….12550 …………Quad Ring, -009

18……………………..1……………….. ……13167 …………Brine Valve Spacer

19……………………..1………………………14925 …………Brine Valve Stem

20……………………..1………………………12626 …………Brine Valve Seat

21………………………1………………………15215 …………Injector Body

22………………………1…………………………10914 …………Injector Throat

10226 …………Injector Throat, SS

23……………………1………………………….10913 …………Injector Nozzle, Specify Size

10225 …………Injector Nozzle, SS

24…………………….1…………………………….13303 …………0-Ring, -021

25…………………….1…………………………….13166 …………Injector Cover

26…………………….1…………………………………16595 …………Spacer

27……………………..1………………………………13387 …………Screw, Hex Hd #10-24

28……………………..1………………………………..13361 …………Spacer, Injector

29……………………..1…………………………………13301 …………0-Ring, -011

30……………………1……………………………….13497 …………Air Disperser

31…………………..1…………………………………15348 …………0-Ring, -563

32…………………..1………………………………….10227 …………Injector Screen

34…………………….1 ………………………………13244 …………B.L.F.C. Fitting

1 ……………………………16173 …………B.L.F.C. Fitting – Bored*

35                            1 …………………………………………… B.L.F.C. Button – Specify Size pg. 24

36……………………..1 ………………………………13245 …………B.L.F.C. Button Retainer

37………………………1………………………… …….12977 …………0-Ring, -015

38…………………………….1 …………………….D.L.F.C. Button – Specify Size

39…………………………..1 …………………………………13173 …………D.L.F.C. Button Retainer

40……………………………1………………..10332…Tube Insert – 3/h              Note: For Hot Water Delete Items 41 & 42 and

1         15415          Tube Insert – 1/2*         use

41……………………………1             ……10330.        Ferrule – 3/8”   18698 . . . .Nut & Sleeve Assy. 3/8”

 

1 …….16124        …………Ferrule – ½”*15414 . .Nut & Sleeve Assy. ½”

42         …………………..1             …….10329        …………Tube Nut-3/8”

1 …….16123        …………Tube Nut – ½”*

43          …………………….1            …….14928        ………….Stub End Plug

44          …………………..1             …….14906        …………End Plate

45          …………………….4            …….15137        …………Screw, Hex Washer, #10-24

46          …………………….1            …….16140        …………Adapter, 1/211 T to 1/411 P (not shown)*

47          …………………….1           …….15471        …………Brine Valve Stand Off

48          …………………….1           …….13315        …………Screw, Hex Washer, #10-24

*These parts are used with #4 Injector and 2 GPM or larger Brine Line Flow Control (B.L.F.C.). Items 34, 35 and 36 are not used.

 

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Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1 ………………………….1 ………14864 ……………2nd Tank Adapter

2 ………………………….8 ………13305 ……………..0-Ring, -119

3 ………………………..1 ………11710 ………………0-Ring, -215

4 …………………………….1 ………12281   ……….0-Ring, -338

5 …………………………..2 ………13708-40 ……..Yoke

1 ………15823 ……….Yoke Assy. Specify Tank Size

6 …………………………4 ………13255 ……….Hold-Down Clip

7 ………………………….4 ………14202 ……….Screw, Hex Hd #8-32

8 ………………………….4 ………15078 ……….Coupling

9 ……………………………2 ……………………………..Pipe – 1″ Copper Cut to Length

 

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Item No             Quantity                          Part No              Description

1            ………………….1 …………………….10332  ……….  Tube Insert /8″

2            ………………….1              ………….10330 ……….  Ferrule 3/s

3            …………………..1              ……………………10329  ……….. Tube Nut 3/s”

4            ……………………1             ………Not Supplied       …..        Brine Line Tube (s/s Flexible Tube)

5                                    1                 12794          900 Elbow – 3/h1 T to /sI T

1            ………13555      ……….  9Q0 Elbow – 3/Iu T to 3/h1 T, HW

6            ………………………1        ………60002      ……….  #500 Air Check Assembly

1             ………60003      ……….  #500 Air Check Assembly, HW

For Use With 2 GPM Flow Control

10          ………………………………              15415……………………. Tube Insert 1/211

11          ………………………………              16123……………………. Ferrule 1/211

12          ………………………………              16124……………………. Tube Nut W’

13          ………………………………              15413……………………. Elbow

14          ………………………………              60001  …………………….             #700 Air Check Assembly

60006…………………….    #700 Air Check Assembly, HW

 

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Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1 ………………………..4 ……………12112 ……….Screw, Hex Hd #10-24

2 ……………………………1 ………15218 ……….Meter Cover Assy.

15237 ……….Meter Cover Assy. (Ext. range)

3 ……………………………..1 ………13847 ……….0-Ring, -137

4 …………………………..1 ………13509 …………Impeller

1 ………13509-01 ……..Impeller, HW

5 ………………………………..1 ………13882 ……….Impeller Post

6 ……………………………….1 ………15043-01 ……..Meter Body 1″ – 111/2 N.P.T.

1 ………15043-02 ……..Meter Body 1″ – 11 B.S.P.

7 …………………………………1 ………14960 ……….Flow Straightener

8 ……………………………………4 ………13305 ……….0-Ring, -119

9 ……………………………Not Assigned

10 …………………………………2 ………15078 ……….Coupling

11          ………………………………2 ………13255 ……….Adapter Clip

12 ………………………………..2 ………14202 ……….Screw, Hex Hd #8-32

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Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1 …………………………4 ……….12473 …………Screw, Hex Washer #10-24

2 ………………………….1 ……….14038 …………Meter Cover Assembly – Standard

15150 …………Meter Cover Assembly – Extended Range

3 …………………………..1 ……….13847 ….. . …… 0-Ring, -137

4 ……………………………..1 ……….13509 …………Impeller

5 ………………………………..4 ……….13314 …………Screw, Hex Washer #8-18

6 ……………………………….4 ……….13255 …………Adapter Clip

7 ………………………………1 ……….13821 …………Meter Body

8 ………………………………..4 ……….13305 …………0-Ring, -119

 

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Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1            ………………….1              ……13870-03 ……….Timer Housing Assy.

2            ……………………1             ……17870          …………Label – Capacity Gallons

3            …………………….1            ……15465          …………Label – Caution

4            …………………….1            ……16930          …………Label – Instruction

5            ………………………1          ……15227          …………Actuator Plate

6            …………………….1            ……10300          …………Screw, Hex Washer #8

7            …………………….1           ……17513          …………Spring Clip

8            …………………….1            ……15407          ………….Washer, Plain #4

9            …………………….1            ……15228          …………Spring

10          …………………….1            ……15224-01 ……….Drive Gear – Program Wheel

11          ……………………1            ……15967          …………Gallon Label 3/4″ Meter

15968 …………Gallon Label 3/4″ Meter – Ext. Range

15969              …………Gallon Label 1″ Meter

15970               …………Gallon Label 1″ Meter – Ext. Range

12          …………………………1       ……15956          …………Adjusting Disc

13          ………………………..1       ……16218          …………Program Wheel Cover

14          ………………………….2     ……17054          …………Screw, #4-40

15          ………………………1        ……13806          …………Program Wheel Retainer

16          ……………………………1   ……13748          …………Screw, Flat Hd #6-20

17          ………………………….2    ……11999          …………Button Decal

18          ……………………….1       ……15223          …………Cycle Actuator Gear

19          ………………………….1     ……13886-01   ……….Knob

20          ……………………4             ……13296          ………….Screw, Hex Washer #6-20

21          …………………….2           ……15173          …………Screw, Round Hd #5-20

22          ……………………….1       ……17724          …………Drive Pinion

23          ………………………..1       ……17723          …………Drive Pinion Clutch

24          ………………………1        ……14276          …………Spring – Meter Clutch

25          …………………….1            ……14253          …………Retainer

26          ……………………3            ……14087          …………Insulator

27          …………………….1           ……15314          …………Switch

28          ………………………1        ……15320          …………Switch

29          ……………………….2       ……11413          …………Screw, Pan Hd #4-40

30          ………………………1        ……13018          …………Idler Shaft

31          ……………………1            ……18563          ………….Spring – Idler Shaft

32          ………………………….1    ……13017          …………Idler Gear

33          …………………….1           ……13164          …………Drive Gear

34          ………………………1        ……13299          …………Curved Washer

35          ……………………..1          ……13887          …………Motor Mtg. Plate

36          …………………….1           ……13944          …………Motor – 120V 60 Hz.-1/30 RPM

14254 …………Motor – 220V 50 Hz.-1/30 RPM

14973  …………Motor – 120V 60 Hz.-1/15 RPM

15442   …………Motor – 220V 50 Hz.-1/15 RPM

37          ………………………2        ……13278          …………Screw, #6-32

38          ……………………..1          ……14265          …………Spring Clip

39          ………………………1        ……15055          …………Main Drive Gear

40          ……………………1            ……1921 0-05  ……….Program Wheel Assembly – 180 mm.

1            ……1921 0-02  ……….Program Wheel Assembly – 90 mm.

41          …….. ………….20             ……. 15493…………….   …………Roll Pin

42                        ……       Not Assigned

43          …………………….1           ……14430          …………Screw, Hex Washer, #6 (Ground, Not Shown)

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service instructions

PROBLEM                                   CAUSE                                         CORRECTION

  1. Softener Fails To A. Electrical Service To A. Assure Permanent Electrical Service

Regenerate.          Unit Has Been Interrupted.         Check Fuse, Plug, Pull Chain or Switch).

B Timer Is Defective.                     B. Replace Timer.

2.Hard Water.        A. By-Pass Valve is Open         A. Close By-Pass Valve.

B No Salt in Brine Tank             B. Add Salt To Brine Tank and Maintain Salt Level

Above Water Level.

  1. Injector Screen Plugged. C. Clean Injector Screen.
  2. Insufficient Water Flowing Into Brine Tank D. Check Brine Tank Fill

Time And Clean Brine Line Flow Control If Plugged.

  1. Hot Water Tank Hardness. E. Repeated Flushings Of The Hot Water Tank is Required.
  2. Leak At Distributor Tube. F. Make Sure Distributor Tube Is Not Cracked. Check ‘0″ Ring And Tube Pilot
  3. Internal Valve Leak G. Replace Seals and Spacers And/Or Piston.

3.Unit Used Too Much Salt  A. Improper Salt Setting.  A. Check Salt Usage and Salt Setting.

4 Loss Of Water Pressure. A. Iron Buildup In Line To Water Conditioner.A. Clean Line To Water

Conditioner.

  1. Iron Buildup In Water Conditioner. B. Clean Control and Add Mineral Cleaner to Mineral

Bed. Increase Frequency of Regeneration and/or

Backwash Time.

 

  1. Inlet of Control Plugged Due to Foreign C. Remove Pistons and Clean Control.

Material Broken Loose From Pipes By Recent

Work Done On Plumbing System.

5.Loss of Mineral Through Drain Line. A. Air In Water System. A. Assure That Well System Has

Proper Air Eliminator Control.

Check For Dry Well Condition.

6.Iron In Conditioned Water A. Fouled Mineral Bed. A. Check Backwash, Brine Draw And Brine

Tank Fill. Increase Frequency Of

Regeneration.

7.Excessive Water In Brine Tank. A. Plugged Drain Line Flow Control. A. Clean Flow Control.

B Plugged Injector System. B. Clean Injector and Screen.

  1. Timer Not Cycling. C. Replace Timer.

D.Foreign Material In Brine                           D.Replace Brine Valve Seat

E Foreign Material In Brine Line Flow Control.E Clean Brine Line Flow Control.

8.Softener Fails To Draw Brine. A.Drain Line Flow Control Is Plugged. A.Clean Drain Line Flow Control.

B.Injector Is Plugged.                 B.Clean Injector.

C.Injector Screen Plugged.                        C.Clean Screen.

D.Line Pressure Is Too Low.   D.Increase Line Pressure To 25P.S.I. Mm.

E.Internal Control Leak.         E.Change Seals, Spacers andPiston Assembly.

F.Power Loss During Brine Fill.                        F.Check Power Source

9.Control Cycles Continuously

A.Broken or Shorted Switch.                 A.Determine If Switch or Timer

Is Faulty and Replace It or

Replace Complete Power

Head.

  1. Excessive Water in Brine Tank.

.

10.Drain Flows Continuously.               A.Valve Is Not Programed Correctly.              A.Check Timer Program and

Positioning of Control.

Replace Power Head

Assembly If not Positioning

Properly.

B.Foreign Material In Control. B.Remove Power Head Assembly And Inspect Bore,

Remove Foreign Material and Check Control In Various

Regeneration Positions.

  1. Internal Control Leak. C.Replace Seals and Piston Assembly.

General Service Hints

Problem: Softener Delivers Hard Water.

Cause could be that… Reserve Capacity Has Been Exceeded.

Correction: Check salt dosage requirements and reset program wheel to provide additional reserve.

Cause could be that… Program Wheel Is Not Rotating With Meter Output

Correction: Pull cable out of meter cover and rotate manually. Program wheel must move without binding and cycle actuator

must start the cycle before the clutch releases.

Cause could be that… Meter Is Not Measuring Flow.

Correction: Check output by observing rotation of small gear on front of timer (Note                                   – program wheel must not be against

regeneration stop for this check). Each tooth is approximately 75 gallons on 1″ installations.                                         If not performing properly,

replace meter.

Cause could be that. . . Trip Dog On Program Wheel Is Beyond Cycle Actuator Arm.

Correction: 1.  If power failed during regeneration; reset program wheel and cycle manually.

2.If exceeding system capacity before regeneration was completed;                                         either a) increase system capacity, b)restrict flow rates, or c) change timer from 164 min./cycle to 82 min./cycle.

3.If defective timer; replace timer.

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60022-25 ……  BLFC .25 GPM                60400………      Piston Assy, 9000 Upper

60022-50 ……  BLFC .50 GPM

60022-100 ….. BLFC 1.0 GPM  1            …..11335………Screw, Fil Hd Mach 4-40 X 3/16

1            ……       13446………      End Plug, White Assy

1……     12094………      Flow Washer .25 GPM               1……     14309………              Retainer, Piston Rod

12095………      Flow Washer .50 GPM               1……     14914………              Piston, Upper 9000

12097………      Flow Washer 1.0 GPM               1……     14919………              Piston Rod, Upper

1            ……       12977 ………     0-Ring, -015      1            ……       14921 ………              Link, Piston Rod

1            ……       13244………      Adapter, BLFC

1            ……       13245………      Retainer, BLFC Button               60125..Seal & Spacer Kit, 9000 – Upper

 

60350………      Brine Valve Assy, 9000              5            ……              13242………      Seal

4            ……       14241 ………     Spacer

1            ……       11973………      Spring, Brine Valve

1            ……       11981 ………     Retaining Ring 60421 ………     Seal & Spacer Kit, 9000 – Lower

1            ……       16095………      Washer, Plain #10 Nylon

1            ……       12550………      Quad Ring, -009            11          …..              13242………      Seal

1            ……       12626………      Seat, Brine Valve          8            ……       14241 ………    Spacer

1            ……       13165………      Cap, Brine Valve           i             ……       16595 ………    Spacer, 9000

1            ……       13167………      Spacer, Brine Valve

2            ……       13302 ………     0-Ring, -014                    60412………      9000 Powerhead Assembly

1            ……       14925………      Brine Valve Stem, 9000

60385-XXXX … Injector/Drain Assy                    60375-XX …..    9000, Timer 1/15 RMP

 

60376-XX           9000, Timer 1/30 RPM

60086………      3/4″ Meter, Standard Range

60087..3/4″ Meter, Extended Range  60136-9000 . . .9000    Service Repair Kit DLFC, Flow Washers

 

 

60389………      1″ Meter, Standard Range                     12085 ………     Flow Washer, 1.2 GPM

–                           12086………      Flow Washer, 1.5 GPM

60390………      1″ Meter, Extended Range                    12087………      Flow Washer, 2.0 GPM

12088………      Flow Washer, 2.4 GPM

12089………      Flow Washer, 3.0 GPM

12090………      Flow Washer, 3.5 GPM

60401 ………     Piston Assy, 9000 Lower                         12091 ………     Flow Washer, 4.0 GPM

12092………      Flow Washer, 5.0 GPM

12408………      Flow Washer, 7.0 GPM

1            ……       11335………      Screw, Fil Hd Mach 4-40 x 3/16

1            ……       13446………      End Plug Assy White

1            ……       14309………      Retainer, Piston Rod

1            ……       14905………      Piston, Lower 9000

1            ……       14920………      Piston Rod, Lower

1            ……       15019………      Link, Piston Rod

 

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60612…………….1″ Meter, Standard Range, HW

60401-01           ……….Piston Assy, 9000 Lower, HW

1 ……………..11335 ………………              Screw, Fil Hd Mach 4-40 x 3/16

1 ……………..11335-01 ………….End Plug Assy White

1 ……………..16590 ………………              Retainer, Piston Rod, HW

1 ……………..14905 ………………              Piston, Lower 9000

1 ……………..14920 ………………              Piston Rod, Lower

1 ……………..15019 ………………              Link, Piston Rod

60400-01           ……….Piston Assy, 9000 Upper, HW

1 ……………..11335 ………………Screw, Fil Hd Mach 4-40X3/16

1 ……………..13446-01 ………….End Plug, White Assy

1 ……………..16590 ………………Retainer, Piston Rod

1 ……………..14914 ………………Piston, Upper 9000

1 ……………..14919 ………………Piston Rod, Upper

1 ……………..14921 ………………Link, Piston Rod

60125 HW………Seal & Spacer Kit, 9000 – Upper, HW

5……………..18759 ………………Seal

4……………..14241-01 ………….Spacer

60421 HW………Seal & Spacer Kit, 9000 – Lower, HW

11 ……………18759 ………………Seal

8……………..14241 -01 ………….Spacer

1 ……………..16595 ………………Spacer, 9000

 

 

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Rayne 5066 Water Softener

Owner’s manual 5066

This manual contains information on setting the controller and normal operating maintenance required by the owner for the following units: RG 1250, RXD 1000, RXD 1500, & RXD 1500D

Water Quality Association tested and certified under industry standards

 

Owner’s Manual

Water Softener Assembly

355

Item #        RG-1 250                          DESCRIPTION – Rayne Guardian

1                   5066103                          RXD Controller – Specify Tank Size

1 A                    18259-02                      RXD Front Cover

2                        60049                                Bypass, plastic with 1″ yoke

3                            RF0030                           High Flow Distributor – Specify Tank Size

4                       10 x 47                  Mineral Tank

5                         1/4 CF                             Filtrex Media

6                          1-1/4 cf                         High Capacity Resin, Solvent Free

7                             8 lbs.                            Support Bed – Gravel

8                              10″                             Collar – Black

9            Stainless Steel                              Jacket

10             10″                                             Tank Base

Item #  RXD 1000                RXDI000S*  RXD 1500   RXDI500-D                  Description

1                                              5066103                                                  RXD Controller -Specify Model

2                                               60049                                                      Bypass, plastic 1″

3            ST1040                                       ST1035                  ST1047

10 x 40        10 x 35                           10 x 47                         Mineral Tank

4            RF00011                           n/a                     RF00011                           Tank Base

5                                                    RF0030                  High Flow 1′ Distributor – Specify Model

6                                                  A1020-5                                               High Capacity Resin, C-249

1 cf                             1cf                                 1.5 cf  1.5 cf

7            CK1040                      n/a                             CK1040             SS1047

Almond                                                        Almond       Stainless Steel jacket

10×40                                                         10×47                 10×47

8            RF00015                     n/a                                  RF000I5       SS0010                                  Collar – Black

9            n/a                               CK1111                       n/a    n/a                            Cabinet

10          n/a                                 CK0011                           n/a            n/a                           Cabinet Deck

* Model RXD 1000S is not WQA Certified.

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Item #    RG-1 250                                       DESCRIPTION

1            C10772 BR 15″ x 17″                    Complete Brine Tank Assembly

2            B08802 BR 15″ x 17″, Black          Brine Tank

3            A10171 BR 15″ x 17″, Black          Brine Tank Lid

4            A11510 BR                                        Brine Line

5            A13940 BR                                       Overflow Fitting

6            A14120 BR                                         Brine Well

7            A05300 BR (2)                                   Brine Well Lid

8            2310/500                                              Brine Valve Assembly

 

Owner’s Manual

Control Valve Assembly

Owner’s Manual

Brine Tank Assembly

365

Owner’s Manual

Down Flow Control Valve

Item No             Quantity           Part No              Description

1 ………….             ….1 ………..18815……………Valve Body, 5000, 1 “Dist.

2………….           ….1 ………..   18264…………………..Spacer, End

3………..               ……4 ………..14241 …………………..Spacer

4……………..             5     ………..13242…………………..     Seal

5……………         1           ………..18265…………………..     Piston, Downflow

6……………..      1            ………..14309…………………..     Retainer, Piston Rod

7……………..      1            ………..18268…………………..     End Plug Assembly

8……………..      3            ………..18261    ………………….. Screw, Hex Washer Head, 1024 x 13/16

9……………..      1            ………..18267…………………..     Piston Rod

10          ……….. 1            ………..17978…………………..     Brine Valve Stem

11          ……….. 1            ………..18755…………………..     Seat, Brine Valve

12          ………….1           ………..13167…………………..     Spacer, Brine Valve

13          …………1            ………..12550…………………..     Quad Ring, 009

14          ……….. 2            ………..13302…………………..     0 Ring, 014

15          ……….. 1            ……….. 13165 …………………… Cap, Brine Valve

16          ……….. 1            ………..11973 …………………..    Spring, Brine Valve

17          …………1            ………..16098…………………..     Washer, Plain, Nylon

18          ……….. 1            ………..11981    01          ……….. Retaining Ring

19          ……….. 1            ………..11183    ………………….. 0 Ring, 017

20          ……….  1            ………..2.4 GPM             ……….. Flow Washer

21          ……….. 1            ………..11385    01          ……….. Flow Control Housing, Plastic

22          ……….. 1            ………..18312…………………..     Retainer, Drain

23          ……….. 1            ………..13304…………………..     0 Ring, 121

24          ……….. 1            ………..18303…………………..     0 Ring, 336

25          ……….. 2            ………..10141    ………………….. 0 Ring, 010

26          ……….. 1            ………..18276…………………..     Plug, Injector

27          ……….. 2            ………..13771    ………………….. 0 Ring, 012

28          ……….. 1            ………..18275 X………….Injector Throat (specify size) 000, 00, 0, 1, 2, 3

29          …………1            ………..18274 X ………….Injector Nozzle (specify size) 000, 00, 0, 1, 2, 3

30          ……….. 1            ………..18273…………………..     Vortex Generator

31          ……….. 1            ………..18271    ………………….. Screen Injector

32          ……….. 1            ………..18301    ………………….. Seal, Injector

33          ……….. 1            ………..18277…………………..     Cap, Injector, Softener

34          ……….. 2            ………..18262…………………..     Screw, Hex Washer Head, 10 24 x 1

35          ……….. 1            ………..12977…………………..     0 Ring, 015

36          ……….. 1            ………..13245…………………..     Retainer, BLFC Button

37          ……….. 1            ……………………………………….  Flow Washer (specify size)

38          ……….. 1            ………..13244…………………..     Adapter, BLFC

39          ……….. 1            ………..13308…………………..     Hose Barb, Black, 1/2 x 112 Straight

1            ………….12338 ………………….  Hose Barb, Black, 1/2 x 1/2 900 Elbow

40          ……….. 1            ………….18280 ………………….  Top Collector, 1 X.011, Gray

 

Owner’s Manual

Control Drive Assembly

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Item No           Quantity        Part No.                     Description

 

1 ……..       ………..1 ..        ….EB5066……….               Electronic Board

2 ……………    ….1 .          …..60200-00 …….              Control Drive Assembly, Downflow

3 ……………..   ..1 ..           ….18217-10 …….                Motor Assembly 24V /60 Hz

4 …………..    …..2 ……           13602 …………             Screw, Rd Head, 6-32 x 5/16

5 …………….     …2            ……18261 …………              Screw, Hex Head, 10-24 x 13/16

6 ……………     ….1 …           …13363 …………               Washer, Plain .145 ID

7 …………..        …..4 ….          ..13296 …………              Screw, Hex Washer 6-20 x 1/2

8 …………       …….1 …         …18259-02…….                   Cover, Back, Black

 

 

Owner’s Manual

Turbine Meter Assembly

358

Item No.      Quantity      Part No                       Description

1            …..        1            .. 19797 ………………..Meter Assembly, Turbine

2            ……       1            . 13314 ………………..Screw, Hex Washer, 18-18 x 5/8

3            ……….  1            19569 ………………..Clip, Flow Meter

4            ……….  1            19791-01 ……………Meter Cable Assembly, Turbine

5……………        4            ..13305 ………………..0 Ring, 119

6            ……….  4            14613 ………………..Flow Straightener

Owner’s Manual

By-Pass Assembly

366

Item No.           Quantity            Part No                        Description

1 ……………             .1 ….       .. 19723 ……………………By Pass Valve Body, Plastic

2 ……..          ………..1 …             …11183………………………..0 Ring,          015

3 ……..              ………..1 …         …19724 ……………………….Cap, By Pass

4………….             ……2 .              …..17512 ……………..Screw, Hex Washer Head, #624×3

5 …………….    …2 ….                  ..17820 ……………………….Plug, By Pass

6 ……….        ………4 …                …18661 ……………………….0 Ring, 218

7 …..            …………..2 .          …..18662 ……………………….Retaining Ring

8 …………     …….2 …               …18660 ………………………. ORing

9 ……..      ………..2 .                …..13305 ……………………….0 Ring,           119

10 ……………..2 ….                 ..13255 ……………………….Clip, Mounting

11 ……………..2 …                      …13314 ……………………….Screw, Hex Washer Head, 818×5/8

12 …………1                                  18706………………………Yoke, Plastic, 1 “NPT

1 ….                          ..8706 02 …………………….Yoke, Plastic 3/4” (not pictured)

1 ….                       ..19620-01 …………90° Adapter Coupling – Optional (not pictured)

 

Owner’s Manual

2310\500 Safety Brine Valve Assembly

359

Item No             Quantity                          Part No                             Description

1            .    ………..1        …………..            19645………………..       Safety Brine Valve Body

2……………..          1        …………..            19803………………..       Safety Brine Valve Arm Assembly

3……………..      1            …………..            19804………………..       Stud, 1024

4……………..      1            …………..            19805………………..       Nut, 1024

5……………..      1            …………..            1965201 ……………       Poppet & Seal

6……………..      1            …………..            19649………………..       Flow Dispenser

7……………..      1            …………..            11183  ………………..     0 Ring, 017

8 ……………..     1            …………..            19647………………..       Elbow, Safety Brine Valve

9 ……………..     2            …………..            19625………………..       Nut Assembly, 3/8

10……………      1            …………..            18312………………..       Retaining Clip

11………….        1            …………..            60014………………..       Safety Brine Valve, 2310 (includes

items 1     10)

12……………      2            …………..            10150………………..       Grommet (included with item 13)

13……………      1            …………..            60068 ………………..      Float Assembly, 2310

14……………      1            …………..            60002………………..       500 Air Check Assembly

 

Owner’s Manual

Service Instructions

  1. -To Remove and Replace Powerhead
  2. Turn oft water supply to conditioner: a. If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” by pass system, first open the valve in the bypass line, then close the valves at the conditioner inlet and outlet.
  3. If the conditioner has an integral by pass valve, put it in the by pass position. c. If there is only a shut off valve near the      conditioner inlet, close it. 2. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by        putting the control in the backwash position        momentarily. Return the control to the service position.           3. Unplug electrical cord from outlet. 4. Disconnect the cable from the meter cover.          Remove the control valve back cover. 5. Remove screw and washer at drive yoke.  Remove powerhead mounting screws. The entire powerhead assembly will now slide         forward.
  4. Put new powerhead on top of valve. Place lugs atop end plug and slide rearward. Be sure

drive pin on main gear engages slot in drive yoke (rotate control knob if necessary).       7. Replace powerhead mounting screws. Replace screw and washer at drive yoke.

  1. Return by pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now

be applied to the conditioner, and any by pass line shut off.9. Plug electrical cord into outlet.           10. Set time of day, program wheel, and salt usage. Cycle the control valve manually to   assure proper function. Make sure the control valve is returned to the service position.       11. Replace the control valve back cover. Set top leading edge of cover over the 2 legs and rotate down 12. Make sure there is enough brine in the brine tank.13. Plug cable into meter cover.         14. Press the Extra Cycle button to allow the unit to regenerate that evening.

  1. To Remove and Replace Motor 1. Follow steps Al through A4. 2. Remove the clear Motor Bearing on the front face of the powerhead by turning clockwise. 3. Disconnect wire nuts on motor leads and powercord.      4. Remove the two screws holding motor in  place and pull motor out of powerhead. Note:You may have to rock motor slightly to theside.             5. Place new motor in position. Motor should setflush with powerhead and install the two screws.6. Reconnect motor leads and powercord and installwire nuts. Note: Motor leads should be wrapped              clockwise around the motor coil to keep clear of the mechanical operation of the

Control Valve.

  1. Install the clear Motor Bearing on the front face of the powerhead. B. To Replace or Clean Injectors and Screen 1. Follow steps Al through A3. 2. Remove the two screws in the injector cap. Remove injector cap and discard seal. With screwdriver, pry injector nozzle and throat assembly from valve body. 3. Push in cleaned or new injector nozzle and throat assembly. Be sure they are all the way in. Clean or install a new screen. 4. Install new Injector cap seal in Valve Body. 5. Insert screws through injector cap into mating 6. holes in the valve body and tighten screws. 7. Return by pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner and any by pass line shut off. Check for leaks at seal around injector cap. C. To Replace Piston and/or Seals and Spacers and/or Brine Valve Follow steps A1 through A.5. Remove the three screws and pull upward on end plug and piston assembly to remove it from

 

Valve Body.

  1. To Replace Brine Valve a. Pull brine valve from valve body, also remove

and discard o ring at bottom of brine valve hole b. Apply silicone lubricant to new o ring andreinstall at bottom of brine valve hole. c. Apply silicone lubricant to new o ring on new brine valve assembly and press into place, shoulder on bushing should be flush with valve body. 4. To Replace Seals and Spacers: a. Remove seals and spacers using your fingers from valve body. b. Inspect the inside bore of the valve for foreign matter that could interfere with valve operation. c. Replace new seals and spacers using your fingers to set in place. 5. To Replace Piston:  a. Inspect the inside of the valve to make sure that all seals and spacers are in place, and that there is no foreign matter that could interfere with valve operation.b. Take new piston and end plug assembly as furnished and push piston into valve by means of the end plug.6. Install and tighten the three screws in the end plug.7. Return by pass or inlet valve to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner and any by pass line shut off.

  1. Check for leaks at all seal areas. 9. Follow steps A6 through A14. E. To Replace Meter
  2. Turn off water supply to conditioner: a. If the conditioner installation has a “three valve” by pass system, first open the valve in the by-pass line, then close the valves at the condi-tioner inlet and outlet. b. If the conditioner has an integral by pass valve, put it in the by pass position. c. If there is only a shut off valve near the conditioner inlet, close it. 2. Relieve water pressure in the conditioner by putting the control in the backwash position momentarily. Return the control to the service position. 3. Unplug electrical cord from outlet.4. Disconnect the cable from meter assembly. 5. Remove two screws and clips at by pass valve or yoke. Pull resin tank away from plumbing connections.6. Remove two screws and clips at control valve. Pull meter module out of control valve. 7. Apply silicone lubricant to four new o rings and assemble to the four ports on new meter module.8. Assemble meter to control valve. Note, meter portion of module must be assembled to valve outlet. 9. Attach two clips and screws at control valve. Be sure clip legs are firmly engaged over lugs. 10. Push resin tank back to the plumbing connections and engage meter ports with by pass valve or yoke. 11. Attach two clips and screws at by pass valve or yoke. Be sure clip legs are firmly engaged over lugs. 12. Return by pass or inlet valving to normal service position. Water pressure should now be applied to the conditioner, and any by pass line shut off. 13. Check for leaks at all seal areas. 14. Plug electrical cord into outlet. 15. Set time of day. Make sure the control valve is in the service position. 16. Plug cable into meter assembly. F. Replace Filtrex media 1. Approximately every 2 years contact your local Rayne Dealer.

Owner’s Manual

Trouble Shooting Guide

SYMPTOM

    1. Softener fails to

regenerate automatically.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                       CORRECTION

  1. Cord plugged into intermittent            A.Connect to constant power

or dead power source.                                      source.

  1. Disconnected meter cable. B. Reconnect cable
  2. Defective power cord. C.Replace cord.

D.Defective controller or meter.     D.Replace or repair.

SYMPTOM

    1. Regeneration at wrong time.

 

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                                              CORRECTION

A.Controller improperly set, due                                              A.Reset timer

to Power failure                                                                         B. Check battery.

 

SYMPTOM

    1. Loss of capacity.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                                           CORRECTION

A.Increased raw water hardness.                             A.Connect to constant

automatically.

B.Brine concentration and for quantity.                 B.Keep  full of

salt at all times. Clean

it yearly. Salt may be

bridged.

  1. Resin Fouling. C.Call dealer, find out how

to confirm it, clean the

resin and prevent future

fouling.

D.Poor distribution, Channeling                         D.Call dealer. Check

(uneven bed surface).                                                 distributors and

backwash flow.

E.Internal valve leak.                                          E.Call dealer. Replace

spacers, seals and/or

piston.

F.Resin age.                                                       F.Call dealer. Check for

resin oxidation caused

by Chlorine. Mushy resin.

G.Resin loss.                                                      G.Call dealer. Check for correct

bed depth. Broken distributors. Air or gas in

bed: Well gas eliminator Loose brine line.

SYMPTOM

    1. Poor water quality.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                                           CORRECTION

  1. Check items listed in #3.                                     A. Check items listed in #3.
  2. Bypass valve open.                                                     B. Close bypass valve.
  3. Channeling.                                                          C. Check for too slow or high

flow. Check for media fouling.

 

SYMPTOM

    1. High salt usage.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                  CORRECTION

  1. High Salt setting.                           A. Adjust salt setting.
  2. Excessive water in brine tank. B. See symptom No. 7.

SYMPTOM

  1. Loss of water pressure

PROBABLE CAUSE                                           CORRECTION

A.Scaling/Fouling of inlet pipe A.Clean or replace pipeline.

or dead power source.                            Pre-treat to prevent.

B.Fouled resin.                      B. Clean the resin.Pre-treat to

prevent.

  1. Improper backwash. C.Too many resin fines and/or

sediment. Call dealer, reset

backwash flow rate, and/or

adjust time.

SYMPTOM

  1. Excessive water in brine tank

and/or salty water to service.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                        CORRECTION

A.Plugged Drain Line                      A.Check flow to drain, clean

flow control.

B.Dirty or damaged brine valve.        B.Clean or replace brine valve.

  1. Plugged injector                     C.Clean injector and replace screen.

D.Low inlet pressure.                         D.Increase pressure to allow

injector to perform properly (20 psig minimum).

E.Timer not cycling.                                           E.Replace timer.

 

SYMPTOM

 

  1. Softener fails to use salt.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                       CORRECTION

 

A.Plugged/restricted drain line. A.Clean drain line and/or flow

control.

B.Injector is plugged.         B. Clean or replace injector and

screen.

  1. No water in brine tank.                C.Check for restriction in BLFC.

Ensure safety float is not stuck.

D.Water pressure is to low.          D.Line pressure must be at least

20 psi.

E.Brine line injects air during brine draw.       E.Check brine line for air leaks.

F.Internal control leak.                                   F.Call dealer, check piston, seals,and spacers

for scratches and dents.

 

SYMPTOM

 

  1. Control cycles continuously.

PROBABLE CAUSE                                       CORRECTION

 

 

A.Faulty timer.                                           A.Replace timer.

 

SYMPTOM

 

  1. Continuous flow to drain.

 

PROBABLE CAUSE                                            CORRECTION

A.Faulty timer.                                       A Call dealer, clean valve,

rebuild unit.

B.Internal control leak.                     B. Same as above.

  1. Valve jammed in brine                     C.Same as above

refill unit.

  1. Valve motor stopped or jammed. D.Replace valve motor.

 

60015  1610 Brine Valve

For Illustration,             see page 10

1            …………….          11973 …………..             Spring, Brine Valve

1            ……………           11981  01          ………    Retaining Ring

1            ……………           12550…………..              Quad Ring, 009

1            ……………           .13165 …………..            Cap, Brine Valve

1            ……………           13167 …………..             Spacer, Brine Valve

2            ……………           13302…………..              0 Ring, 014

1            ……………           16098 …………..             Washer, Plain, Nylon

1            ……………           17978 …………..             Brine Valve Stem

1            ……………           18755…………..              0 Ring, 201

6002212 ………               BLFC.1125 GPM

6002225 ………               BLFC.25 GPM

6002250 ………               BLFC.50 GPM – Standard

60022100 …….               BLFC 1.0 GPM

1            …………..            17307 …….. ……            Flow Washer. 125 GPM

12094…………..              Flow Washer.25 GPM

12095…………..              Flow Washer.50 GPM

12097…………..              Flow Washer 1.0 GPM

1            …………..12977…………..            0 Ring, 015

1            …………..13244 …………..           Adapter, BLFC

1            …………..13245 …………..           Retainer, BLFC

6011500 ……… Piston Assembly, Downtlow

1 …………..14309 …………..Retainer, Piston Rod

1 …………..18265 …………..Piston, Downflow

1 …………..18267 …………..Piston Rod

1 …………..18268 …………..End Plug Assembly

60120…………..Seal and Spacer Kit

5 …………..13242…………..Seal

4 …………..14241 …………..Spacer

1 …………..18264…………..End Spacer

18272000 ……. 1610 Injector Assy., 000, Brow

1827200……… 1610 Injector Assy., 00, Violet

182720 ………..               1610 Injector Assy., 0, Red

182721 ………..               1610 Injector Assy., 1, White

182722 ………..               1610 Injector Assy., 2, Blue

182723……….. 1610 Injector Assy., 3, Yellow

1            ………….10141 ……………           0 Ring, 010

1            ………….13771 ……………           0 Ring, 012

1            ………….18273……………            Vortex Generator

1            …………..18274 XX………            Injector Nozzle

1            ………….18275 XX………             Injector Throat

60280 0001610 Injector Kit, 000, Brown

6028000            1610 Injector Kit, 00, Violet

602800              1610 Injector Kit, 0, Red

602801              1610 Injector Kit, 1, White

Model 1000 & 1500

602802              1610 Injector Kit, 2, Blue –

Model 2000

602803              1610 Injector Kit, 3, Yellow

1 …………….18271         …………..Screen, Injector

1 ……………..18272 XX………..1610 Injector Assembly

1 ……………..18277 …………….Cap, Injector

1 ……………..18301 …………….Seal, Injector

2 ……………..18262 …………….Screw, Hex Washer Head,

10 24 x 12

CD5066 Control Drive Assembly

60086-50 …. 3/4″ Meter

60049……….Bypass, Plastic

6070500 ….. DLFC BLANK

6070506 …..     DLFC .60 GPM

6070508 …..     DLFC .80 GPM

6070510 …..     DLFC 1.0 GPM

6070512 …..     DLFC 1.2 GPM

6070513 …..     DLFC 1.3 GPM

6070515 …..     DLFC 1.5 GPM

60705 17…..     DLFC 1.7 GPM

6070520 …..     DLFC 2.0 GPM

6070524 …..     DLFC 2.4 GPM

Model 1250

6070530 …..     DLFC 3.0 GPM

60705 35 ….     DLFC3.5 GPM

60705 40 ….     DLFC 4.0 GPM

6070545 …..     DLFC 4.5 GPM

6070550 …..     DLFC 5.0 GPM

6070560 …..     DLFC 6.0 GPM

6070570 …..     DLFC 7.0 GPM

1            …………….11183            0 Ring, 017

1            …………………..11385 01            …..        DLFC Housing Plastic

Flow Washer (specify size)

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Water Conditioning

This manual contains information on setting the controller

and normal operating maintenance required by the owner.

This valve can be used on any tank but comes standard on the Rayne Versa Softeners listed on the following page

Rayne Versa Service Manual

MODEL NUMBERS          DESCRIPTION                                    COMMENTS

—                                      Upflow Models

RVU-1000               Upflow Brining, 1 cubic foot of resin       U is for Upflow Brining

RVU-1500                         1.5cubicfeetof resin

RVU-2000                      2 cubic feet of resin

Downflow Models

RVD-1000 RVD-1000-M Downflow Brining, 1 cubic foot of resin D is for Downflow Brining

Msuffix is for adding the mixing valve to allow settings with some

hardness “bleed by”

RVD- 1500 RVD-1500M 1.5 cubic feet of resin

RVD-2000 RVD-2000-M 2 cubic feet of resin

Valve only

Rayne Versa Upflow Valve                        Valve only

Rayne Versa Downflow Valve                   Valve only

Rayne Versa DM Valve                Valve only

Service Manual

Water Conditioning
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ER Manual

ER Front Cover and Drive Assembly

Drawing No.      Order No.           Description                                                              Quantity

V3381-OIEG             WS1ER FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY BLACKIGOLD     1

1                       V3381-01ES           WS 1ER FRONT COVER ASSEMBLY BLACK/SILVER

2                        V3107-01              WS1 MOTOR                                                                       1

3                        V3106-01              WS1 DRIVE BRACKET & SPRING CLIP                              1

4                          V3491ER-01BOARD         WS1  THRU 2L ER PC BOARD REPLACE            1

5                              V3110              WS1  DRIVE REDUCING GEAR 12X36                            3

6            V3109   WS  DRIVE GEAR COVER              1

V3186   WS  AC ADAPTER 11OV-12V       1

V186EU               WS  AC ADAPTER 220..240V-12V EU

Shown Not         V3186UK            WS  AC ADAPTER 22O-240V-12VUK

V3186-01            WS1 AC ADAPTER CORD ONLY

Not Shown         V3382   WS1ER DRIVE BACK PLATE

For software revs E203.6 and lower

Relay Specifications: To insure proper fit and correct operation use either of the 14cc relay/relay socket

combinations or the exact equivalents.

Manufacturer       Option 1                                                         Option 2

Relay Socket      Idec                     SR3P-05C                                                        SY4S05C

Relay                    Idec                     RR2KP-UAC12V / RR2KP-LJCACl2V           RY2KS-UACl2V

The relay supplies 2 sets of dry contacts for user applications.

The wiring of these contacts is application specific.

Wiring For Correct On/Off Operation

PC Board Relay Terminal             Relay Socket Model

Block

SR3P.05C              SY4S-05C

SET                                                    #2                        #13

COM                                             #6 and #l0             #12 and #14

RES                                                    #3                       #9

For software revs E204.5 and higher

Relay Specifications: 12V DC Relay with a coil resistance not

less than 80 ohms. If mounting the relay under the cover check-

for proper mounting location dimensions on the backplate.

Wiring For Correct On/Off Operation

PC Board Relay                   Relay

Terminal Block

RLY1                                        Coil –

COM                                         Coil +

AC Adapter                 U.S.             International

Supply Voltage        120 VAC        230VAC

Supply Frequency  60 Hz             50 HZ

Output Voltage     12VAC             12VAC

Output Current 500 mA              500 mA

When replacing the battery, align

positives and push down to fully seat.

ER Manual

OEM General Instructions

The control valve offers multiple procedures that allow the valve to be modified to suit the needs of the installation. These procedures are:

  • OEM Setup
  • OEM Softener System Setup
  • OEM Filter System Setup
  • Installer Display Settings
  • User Display Settings
  • Diagnostics
  • Valve History

Once the OEM Setup has been set, the other procedures can be accessed in any order. Details on each of the procedures are provided on the following pages.

At the discretion of the manufacturer, the field technician can access all settings. To “lock out” access to diagnostic and valve history displays and modifications to settings except hardness, day override, time of regeneration and time of day by anyone but the manufacturer, press V. NEXT, ^, and SET CLOCK in sequence after settings are made. To “unlock”, so other displays can be viewed and changes can be made, press V, NEXT, ^, and SET CLOCK in sequence.

When in operation normal user displays such as time of day, gallons remaining before regeneration, days remaining before regeneration or lbs. salt remaining before regeneration are shown. When stepping through a procedure, if no buttons are pressed within five minutes, the display returns to a normal user display. Any changes made prior to the five minute time out are incorporated.

To quickly exit OEM Softener Setup, OEM Filter Setup, Installer Display Settings, Diagnostics or Valve History press SET CLOCK. Any changes made prior to the exit are incorporated.

When desired, all programming and information in Diagnostics may be reset to defaults when the valve is installed in a new location. To reset to defaults, press NEXT and V simultaneously to go to the Softening/Filtering screen. Press ^ and V simultaneously to reset programming and diagnostic values to defaults. Screen will return to User Display.

Sometimes it is desirable to have the valve initiate and complete two regenerations within 24 hours and then return to the preset regeneration procedure. It is possible to do a double regeneration if the control valve is set to “NORMAL” or “NORMAL + on 0” in OEM Softener System Setup or OEM Filter System Setup. To do a double regeneration:

  1. Press the “REGEN” button once. REGEN TODAY will flash on the display.
  2. Press and hold the “REGEN” button for three seconds until the valve regeneration initiates.

Once the valve has completed the immediate regeneration, the valve will regenerate one more time at the preset regeneration time.

Proportional Brining

If the system is set up as a 1″ prefill upflow softener, the control valve can also be set to normal or proportional brining.

SETThis step will appear after Step 7S and before Step8S if the system is set up as a prefill upflow softener. The following options can be selected:

  • NORMAL FILL – System always prefills with the salt level selected.
  • ProP FILL – If proportional brining is selected, the actual salt fill time will be calculated by dividing @ the actual volume of treated water used by the full volumetric capacity, then multiplying this value by the maximum salt fill time.

Press NEXT to go to the next step. Press REGEN to return to the previous step.

OEM Setup

OEM Setup instructions allows the OEM to set meter size, dPswitch or alternating valve, pre or post fill and dn or up brine where applicable. Fill and brine values are ignored when the system is set up as a filter. The OEM Softener System Setup or the OEM Filter System Setup allow the OEM to set how long cycles will last.

Step 1OS – Press NEXT and V simultaneously for 3 seconds and release. Then press NEXT and V simultaneously for 3 seconds and release. If screen in Step 20S does not appear in 5 seconds the lock on the valve is activated. To unlock press V. NEXT, ^, and SET CLOCK in sequence, then press NEXT and V simultaneously for 3 seconds and release. Then press NEXT and V simultaneously for 3 seconds and release.

Step 20S – Use ^ or V to select 1.0 for 1″ valve, 1.25 for 1.25″ valve, 1.5 for 1.5″ valve, 2.OL for 2L valve or 2,0 for 2″ valve.

Note: When using the WS2 valve, if “2.0L” is set instead of “2.0”, when the valve is in regeneration

and the piston drives to the “DRAW” cycle the piston will stall and generate a 1002 error code. Clear the error code by pressing “NEXT” and “REGEN” buttons simultaneously until the valve resets, then re-program valve to proper valve type setting.

Press NEXT to go to Step 30S, Press REGEN to exit OEM cycle sequence.

Step 30S – When 2.0L, or 2.0 are selected, an additional screen will appear. It is used to select which

size flow meter is to be used with the valve, 1.5 or 2.0.

Press NEXT to go to Step 40S. Press REGEN to return to previous step.

‘When using the WS2 control valve, the circuit board software must have valve selection choices of 2.0 and 2.OL. The WS2 valve must be set for the 2.0 valve type during programming. If the software version does not have both the 2.0 and 2.OL selections, consult your equipment supplier for a replacement circuit board. When using the WS2L valve with older version software that does not have both 2.0 and 2.OL selection choices, the valve must be set to 2,0 during programming. If a WS2L valve is being used with newer version software that has both 2.0 and 2.01, selection choices, the valve must be set to 2.OL during programming.

Other notes:

Allows selection of one of the following using A or

  • the Control Valve to act as an alternator; or

the Control Valve to have a no hard water bypass: or

REGN    • the Control Valve to have a Separate Source during the regeneration cycle.

Select OFF when none of these features are used.

Only use Clack No Hard Water Bypass Valves or Clack Motorized Alternating Valves (MAY) with

these selections. Clack No Hard Water Bypass Valves (1″ or 1.25″ V307OFF or V307OFM) are not

designed to be used with the alternator function or separate source mode.

Note: Clack Twin Alternator Operations

  • Twin alternating systems can be programmed with a day override setting combined with the normal volume-based regeneration programming. A twin alternating system in this configuration will then regenerate based on the volume used or the day override if there is a period of low water usage.
  • Twin alternating systems can be programmed as a time clock only based regenerating system. In this configuration, the days remaining are counted only on the unit that is in service. The unit in Stand-by Mode only notes days in diagnostics, which results in time clock only twin regeneration initiation.
  • Twin alternating systems can be programmed for a delayed regeneration time. The system will allow an immediate transfer of the MAY to switch tanks and place a fully regenerated unit in service once a unit becomes exhausted. The exhausted unit will then be placed into Stand-by Mode and allowed to have a delayed regeneration at the pre-set time.

For Clack Corporation alternator systems using WS 1, WS1 .25, WS1.5, and WS21, valves there will be an option to delay   SET        WS1, WS1.25, WS1.5,

WS2L Valves

For Clack Corporation alternator systems using the WS2 valve

WS2Valve

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Configuring the Control Valve for No Hard Water Bypass Operation:

a Clack No Hard Water Bypass Valve is made to the two pin connector labeled MAV DRIVE located on the printed circuit board.

NOTE: If the control valve enters into an error state during regeneration mode, the no hard water bypass valve will remain in its current state until the error is corrected and reset.

Configuring the Control Valve for Separate Source Operation:

Select “SEPS” for control operation. For separate source operation, the three wire connector is not used. Selection requires that a connection to a Clack Motorized Alternator Valve (MAV) is made to the two pin connector labeled MAV DRIVE located on the printed circuit board. The C port of the MAV must be connected to the valve inlet and the A port connected to the separate source used during regeneration. The B port must be connected to the feed water supply. When set to “SEPS”, the MAy will be driven closed before the first regeneration cycle, and be driven open after the last regeneration cycle.

NOTE: If the control valve enters into an error state during regeneration mode, the MAy will remain in its current state until the error is corrected and reset.

Press NEXT to go to Step 50S. Press REGEN to return to previous step.

The upfiow cycle may not be used on the WS 1.25, WS 1.5, WS2 or WS21, control valves, because the V3407 and V3725 pistons are designed for downflow use only.

Versa Compatible fittings and accessories:

1″ PVC Male NPT Elbow Assembly; 3/4″ x 1″ PVC Solvent Elbow Assembly;1″ Brass Sweat Assembly LF

Order No. V360702LF 1.25″ Plastic Male NOT Assembly  Order No. V3007.07      • Order V4007-091-0        Order No. V3007.12

1″ SharkBite® Assembly 3/4″ John Guest QC ElboW Assembly

Order No. V30071 Order No.:V3OO715

Order No. V3007-031F 1.25″ & 1.5″ PVC Solvent Assi

Order No. V3007-05 3V SharkBite® Assembly

 

Rayne Smart Twin Tank Water Softener

 

9100 TS UPFLOW SERVICE MANUAL (PENTAIR WATER)

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POWERHEAD ASSEMBLY

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Item No.        QTY    Part No          Description

1          1          15131 ………..           Backplate, 9000

2…………………..2 …….       18728…………..Nut, Clip, #8-32

3…………………..1…….        19674………….         Transformer, US 24V 9.6VA

4…………………1…….           15135 ………….Gear, Drive

5…………………1…….           14869………….         Wheel, Geneva

6…………………2 …….          40422………….         Nut, Wire, Tan

7…………………2 …….          19367………….         Screw, Designer Cover, Thumb

8…………………1…….           43085………….         Label, Shaft Position

9…………………2 …….          14917………….         Retaining Ring, External

10………………1…….            15133………….         Drive GearAssembly – Upper

11 ……………..1…….            15810………….         Retaining Ring

12……………..1         …….    43091 …………         Cam, Triple 9100 TS

13………………2…….            15372…………….Washer, Thrust

14……………….1…….           14430…………….Screw, Hex Washer Head

15……………….2 …….          19160………….         Screw, #6-32 x 318 Pan Head

16………………2 …….           15172……………Scrw, Flat Head

Item No         QTY    Part No          Description

17………………..2 …….         10340………….         Washer, Lock #4, Zinc

18……………….1…….           16433…………….Switch, Micro Low DB

19………………1…….            10218………….         Switch, Micro

20………………..2 …….         15692………….         Washer, Plain, 3/8″

21…………………2 …….       10302………….         Insulator, Limit Switch

22…………………1…….        18737………….         Drive Motor -24V, 50-60 Hz

23………………….2 …….       10339…………..Nut, Hex, 4-40 Zinc Plated

24…………………1     15134…………….Drive Gear Assembly – Lower

25…………………1…….        43006…………….Cover, 9100 TS

26…………………1…….        43035…………….PCB, 9100 TS

27………………..2 …….         17020…………….Screw, STL. Hex WSH, 6-20 x 3/8

28………………..1…….          13547…………….Strain Relief, Cord

29…………………1…….        42296-10………..Plate, Adapter, Motor Kit

30…………..1 …….    43056…………….Label, Overlay, 9100 TS

31 …………..1            …….    43112…………….Label, Sensor Wires 9lOOTS

9100 TS Upflow

9100 CONTROL VALVE ASSEMBLY

 

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Item No.        QTY    Part No          Description

1          ….1…  40686 ……… Valve Body Assy, 9100

2………………….16 ……       13242……………Seal, 5600

3…………………12 ……         14241 …………..Spacer

4……………….1         …….    16595 ….. . ……….Spacer, 9000

5………………4 ……. 15331 …………….Screw, Hex Washer Head

6……………..1            …….    14914…………….Piston, 9000, Upper

7……………….2 …….            14309…………….Retainer, Piston Rod

8…………….2 …….    14919…………….Piston, Rod, Upper

9…………….2 …….    13243…………….Plug, End, 5600

10…………..2 …….    13008…………….Retainer, End Plug Seal

11 …………..2 …….   10209 …………….Quad Ring, -01O

12…………..1 …….    14921 …………….Link, Piston Rod

13…………….2 ……. 11335…………….Screw, #4-40

14……………..2 …….            17020…………….Screw, STL. Hex WSH, 6-20 x3/8

15……………….2 …….          13363…………….Washer, Hague Drive

16……………..1         …….    28170…………….Piston Lower, 9100T5

17……………..1         …….    15019…………….Link, Piston Rod, 9000/9500

18……………..1         …….    41500 …………….0-ring, 9100 Drain

19……………..1         …….    15215…………….Body, Injector, 9000

20……………..2 …….            13301 …………….0-nng,-011

21…………….1          …….    1091 3-1…………Nozzle, Injector, #1, Natural

22…………….1          …….    10914-1 ………….Throat, Injector

23…………..1 …….    13303…………….0-ring, -021

24…………..1 …….    15607…………….Screw, Hex, Slotted

25…………..1 …….    25363…………….Screw, Hex WSH HD

26…………..I  …….    15348 …………….0-ring, -563

Item No   QTV                                  Part No                                     Description

27…………………1     13173…………….      Retainer, DLFC Button

28…………..I  …….    12085…………….      Washer, Flow, 1.2 gpm

29…………..1 …….    14925…………….      Brine Valve Stem, 9000

30…………..1 …….    12626…………….      Seat, Brine Valve

31…………..1 …….    13167…………….      Spacer, Brine Valve

32…………..I  …….    13165…………….      Cap, Brine Valve

33…………..1 …….    11973…………….      Spring, Brine Valve

34…………..I  …….    11981-01 ………..    Ring, Retaining, S$

35…………..1 …….    16098…………….      Washer, Nylon Brine

36…………..I  …….    12977 …………….     0-ring, -015

37…………..1 …….    13245…………….      Retainer, BLFC

38…………..1 …….    12095…………….      Washer, Flow Control, .50 gpm

39…………..I  …….    12550…………….      Quad Ring, -009

40…………..2 …….    13302 …………….     0-ring, -014

41…………..1 …….    13244…………….      Adapter, BLFC

42…………..I  …….    13497…………….      Air Disperser, Injector

45…………..1 …….    13361 …………….     Spacer, 4600

46…………..I  …….    40538…………….      Retainer, 32 mm, 0-ring Dist,

7000

47…………..1 …….    61419…………….      Kit, 1.05″ Distributor Adapter

48…………..I  …….    14906…………….      Plate, End, 9000

49…………..I  …….    14928…………….      Plug, End Stub, 9000

50…………..1 ….. ..   60285-01 ………..    Injector Cap Assy, 9100 TS

50…………..1 …….    10227…………….      Screen, Injector

9000/9100 BYPASS VALVE ASSEMBLY

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Item No.        QTY    Part No                    Description

1          …1….  17290…………….     By-Pass Body, 3/4″

…….            17290NP ………..    BY-Pass Body, 3/4″ NP, 5600

I……  13399…………….      By-Pass Body, 1″

I            …….    13399NP………..      By-Pass Body, 1″ NP

2…………….I  …….    14105…………….      Seal, By-Pass, 560CD

3…………….I  …….    11972…………….      Plug, By-Pass, w/Wax

4…………….I  …….    11978…………….      Plate, By-Pass, Top

5…………….I  …….    13604-01………..     Label, By-Pass, Standard Mount

6…………….8 …….    15727…………….      Screw, Hex WshHd, 10-24×1/2

7…………….1 …….    11986…………….      Plate, By-Pass, Bottom

8…………….1 …….    11979…………….      Lever, By-Pass

9…………….1 …….    11989…………….      Screw, SItd Indent, 1/4- 14x 1 1/2

 

9100 SECOND TANK ASSEMBLY

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Item No     . QTY   Part No.                 Description

1                4 …….40678…………….Ring, 9100, Yoke Retainer

2…………….4 ……. 13287 ……………. 0-ring, -123

3…………….I …….14865…………….Adapter Assy, 2nd Tank, 9100

4…………….1 ……. 19054 ……………. 0-ring, -124

5…………….1 …….40538…………….Retainer, 32mm, 0-ring Dist, 7000

6…………….1 …….61419…………….Kit, 1.05′ Distributor, Adapter

7…………….1 …….18303…………….0-ring,-336

8…………….4 …….13255…………….Clip, Mounting

9…………….4 …….14202-01………..Screw, Hex Wsh Mach, 8-32 x 5/16

 

 

BYPASS VALVE ASSEMBLY

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Item No. QTY         Part No.                   Description

1…………….2 ……. 13305 ……………. 0-ring, -119

2…………….2 …….13255…………….Clip, Mounting

3…………….2 …….13314…………….Screw, Slot Ind Hex, 8-18 x.60

4A …………. I …….18706…………….Yoke, 1″, NPT, Plastic

1 …….18706-02………..Yoke, 3/4″, NPT, Plastic

4B………….1 …….41027-01………..Yoke, 3/4″, NPT, Cast, Machd

1           41026-01 ………..Yoke, 1″, NPT, Cast, Machd, SS

 

2300 SAFETY BRINE VALVE

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Item No.        QTY    Part No.                               Description

1……    ……….I          …….    60027-00………..     Safety Brine Valve, 2300, Less

Elbow

2…………….1 …….    10138…………..                    ..Ball, 3/8″, Brass

3…………….I  …….    11566…………….      Ball Stop, Slow Fill

4…………….1 …….    10328…………….      Fitting, Elbow, 90 Deg. 1/4 NPTx 3/8T

5…………….1 …….    10332…………….      Fitting, Insert, 3/8

6…………….1 …….    10330…………….      Fitting, Sleeve, 318 Celcon

7…………….1 …….    10329…………….      Fitting, Tube, 3/8 Nut, Brass

8…………….1 …….    10186…………….      Nut, Hex, 10-32

9…………….1 …….    60002…………….      Air Check, #500

10…………..1 …….    10149…………….      Rod, Float

11 …………..1            …….    10700…………….      Float Assy, Blue/White

12…………..3 …….    10150…………….      Grommet, .30 Dia

 

2310 SAFETY BRINE VALVE

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Item No.   QTY         Part No                                        Description

.I          …….    19645…………….      Body, Safety Brine Valve, 2310

2…………….1 …….    19803…………….      Safety Brine Valve Assy

3…………….1 …….    19804…………….      Screw, Sckt Nd, Set, 10-24 x.75

4…………….I  …….    19805…………….      Nut, Hex, 10-24, Nylon Black

5…………….1 …….    19652-01 ………..    Poppet Assy, SBV w/0-ring

6…………….1 …….    19649…………….      Flow Dispenser

7…………….1 …….    11183 …………….     0-ring, -017

8…………….1 …….    19647…………….      Elbow, Safety Brine Valve

9…………….2 …….    19625 …………….     Nut Assy, 3/8″ Plastic

10…………..1 …….    18312…………….      Retainer, Drain

11…………..1 …….    60014…………….      Safety Brine Valve Assy, 2310

12…………..2 …….    10150…………….      Grommet, .30 Dia

13…………..I  …….    60068-30………..     Float Assy, 2310, w/30″ Rod

14…………..I  …….    60002-34………..     Air Check, #500

PROBE KIT

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Item No.        QTY       Part No.                             Description

1 ……………….1………30212618……………….Probe/Cable/Clips Kit

 

TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem                                                               Cause                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Correction

  1. Water conditioner fails to regenerate. A. Electrical service to unit has been interrupted    A. Assure permanent electrical service (check fuse, plug, pull chain, or switch)
  2. Timer is defective.                                                                          B. Replace timer.
  3. Power failure.                                                C. Reset time of day.
  4. Hard water. A. By-pass valve is open.                          A. Close by-pass valve.
  5. No salt is in brine tank.                                                            B. Add salt to brine tank and maintain salt level above water level.
  6.         Injector screen plugged.                                                        C. Clean injector screen.
  7. Insufficient water flowing into brine tank.                                  D. Check brine tank fill time and clean brine line flow control if plugged.
  8. Hot water tank hardness.        E. Repeated flushings of the hot water tank is required.
  9. Leak at distributor tube.           F. Make sure distributor tube is not cracked. Check 0-ring and tube pilot.
  10.               Internal valve leak.          G. Replace seals and spacers and/or piston.
  11. Meter is not measuring flow.                     H. Check meter with meter checker.
  12. Unit used too much salt. A. Improper salt setting.            A. Check salt usage and salt setting.
  13. Excessive water in brine tank.               B. See problem 7.
  14. Loss of water pressure. A. Iron buildup in line to water conditioner.                          A. Clean line to water conditioner.
  15.    Iron buildup in water conditioner.                 B. Clean control and add mineral cleaner to mineral bed. Increase frequency of regeneration.
  16. Inlet of control plugged due to foreign material broken loose from pipes by recent work done on plumbing system.
  17. Remove piston and clean control.
  18. Loss of mineral through drain line. A. Air in water system.     A. Assure that well system has proper air eliminator control. Check for dry well condition.
  19. Improperly sized drain line flow control.                   B. Check for proper drain rate.
  20. Iron in conditioned water. A. Fouled mineral bed.      A. Check backwash, brine draw, and brine tank fill. Increase frequency of regeneration. Increase backwash time.
  21. Excessive water in brine tank. A. Plugged drain line flow control. A. Clean flow control.
  22.      Plugged injector system.                      B. Clean injector and screen.
  23. Timer not cycling.                              C, Replace timer.
  24. Foreign material in brine valve.                       D. Replace brine valve seat and clean valve.
  25. Foreign material in brine line flow control.                     E. Clean brine line flow control.
  26. Softener fails to draw brine. A. Drain line flow control is plugged. A. Clean drain line flow control.
  27. Injector is plugged.                                       B. Clean injector
  28.          Injector screen plugged.                                     C. Clean screen.
  29. Line pressure is too low.                                 D. Increase line pressure to 20 P.S.I.
  30. Internal control leak                                                  E. Change seals, spacers, and piston assembly.
  31.           Service adapter did not cycle.      F. Check drive motor and switches.
  32. Control cycles continuously. A. Misadjusted, broken, or shorted switch. A. Determine if switch or timer is faulty and replace it, or replace complete power head.
  33. Drain flows continuously. A. Valve is not programming correctly. A. Check timer program and positioning of control. Replace power head assembly if not positioning

properly.

  1. Foreign material in control. B. Remove power head assembly and inspect bore. Remove foreign material and check control in various regeneration positions.
  2.        Internal control leak.       C. Replace seals and piston assembly.

 

TROUBLESHOOTING for the 9100 TS Controller

Problem                                                                                             Cause                       Solution

ERR I is displayed.              Program settings have been corrupted.                      Press any key and reprogram Level I settings.

ERR 3 is displayed.             Controller on tank 1 does not know the                       Wait for two minutes for the controller to return to Home

position of the camshaft. Camshaft should                                position. The hourglass should be flashing on the

be rotating to find Home position.                               display indicating the motor is running.

Camshaft on tank 1 is not turning during                    Check that motor is connected. Verify that motor wire

 

ERR 3 display.                      connected to motor and controller module.

Verify that Home switch sensor is connected and in place.

Verify that motor gear has engaged cam gear.

 

If everything is connected, try replacing in this order:

 

  1. Wire Harness, Motor, Home Switch, Sensor Assy
  2.                    Controller

Camshaft on tank 1 is turning more than five                       Verify that Home Switch sensor is in place and

minutes to find Home position,   connected to wire.

Verify that camshaft is connected appropriately.

 

Verify that no dirt or rubbish is clogging any of the cam

 

slots.

If motor continues to rotate indefinitely, replace the

 

following components in this order:

  1. Wire Harness, Motor, Home Switch, Sensor Assy
  2.                               Controller

Regeneration starts but control shows Err3                                                           Check that motor is connected. Verify that motor wire

before completing regeneration,                                                       harness is connected to motor and controller module.

Verify that Home Switch sensor is connected and in

 

place.

Verify that motor gear has engaged cam gear.

 

If everything is connected, try replacing in this order:

 

  1. Wire Harness, Motor, Home Switch, Sensor Assy
  2. Controller

ERR 4 is displayed.             Hardness front detected with no water flow.

ERR 6 is displayed.             Conductivity sensors’ reading out of range.                                   Check which tank in service and check if the sensors

Defective sensors or no sensors are          have been connected properly. If already connected,

connected       replace conductivity sensor probes with new ones.

Check Salt Light is displayed – Press                              No regenerant draw or insufficient       Ensure salt/regenerant is available.

the regen button to turn off the check salt light.      regenerant detected during regeneration.

Check for regenerant draw.

Inspect regeneration                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     line for leaks.

9100 TS Upflow

SERVICE ASSEMBLIES

Brine Line Flow Controls (900019100):

60022-12 ………………..BLFC, .125 GPM, 5000/560019000/9100

60022-50 ………………..BLFC, .50 GPM, 5000/5600/9000/9100

60350……………………..Brine Valve Assy, 9000/9100

Bypass Assemblies:

60040SS ………………… Bypass Valve, 5600, 3/4″ NPT

60041SS…………………    Bypass Valve, 5600, 1″ NPT

60049……………………..  Bypass Plastic Assy

Injector Assemblies (9000/9100):

61 794-XXXX……………     Injector Assembly

(specify size of injector)

Tank Dia.      Injector         DLFC              BLFC

61794-0624  ……8″            Brown #000 1.5                  0.125

61794-0634  ……9″            Brown #000 2.0                  0.125

61794-0644  ……10″         Brown #000 2.4                  0.125

61794-0562  ……12′          Violet #00     3.5                  0.5

Meter Assemblies (900019100):

15078-01      ………………..                     Adapter, 1″ Coupling

60086 …………………….. Meter Assy, 5600/9000/9100, 3/4″ Std/

Range

60087 …………………….. Meter Assy, 5600/9000/9100, 3/4″, Ext

60389 …………………….. Meter Assy, 9000/9100, 1″

60389NP …………………  Meter Assy, 9000/9100, 1″, N/P

60389-20 ………………..   MeterAssy, 9000/9100, 1″, BSP/Metric

60390 …………………….. MeterAssy, 9000/9100, 1″, Ext

60390NP …………………  Meter Assy, 9000/9100, 1″, Ext, N/P

60390-20 ………………..   Meter Assy, 9000/9100, 1″, Ext/BSP/

Metric

60612……………………..  MeterAssy, 9000/9100, 1″, Std Range,

HW 150°

60612NP…………………   MeterAssy, 9000/9100, 1″, Std Range,

HW 150°, NP

14038……………………..  Meter Cap Assy

15150……………………..  Meter Cap Assy, Ext

15218……………………..  Meter Cap Assy

15218NP…………………   Meter Cap Assy, Std, NP

15237……………………..Meter Cap Assy, Ext

15237NP…………………   Meter Cap Assy, Ext, NP

13509……………………..  Impeller, Meter

13509-01      ………………..                     Impeller, Celcon, HW 150°

Piston, Seal & Spacer Kits:

61785 …………………….. 9IOOTS Upper Piston Kit

61786……………………..9100TS Lower Piston Kit

Second Tank Assemblies (9000):

14202-01 ………………..Screw, Hex Wsh Mach, 8-32 x 5/16 18-8

S.S.

13255……………………..  Clip, Mounting

15078-01      ………………..                     AdapterAssy, 1″ Coupling

14864-01      ………………..                     Adapter, 9000/9100, 2nd Tank, Machd

w/0-rings

14864-01 NP                        ……………Adapter, 9000/9100, 2nd Tank, Machd,

NP

15823-06 ………………..   Yoke Assy, 6″ Tank & 6″ Tube

15823-06NP ……………Yoke Assy, 6″ Tank, NP 6″ Tubes

15823-12 ………………..   Yoke Assy, 6″- 12″ Tank, 8 1/2 Tube

15823-12NP ……………Yoke Assy, 6″- 12″ Tank, NP 8 1/2″

Tubes

15823-14 ………………..   Yoke Assy, 14″ Tank, 101/2″ Tube

15823-I4NP  …………… Yoke Assy, 14″ Tank, NP 10 1/2″ Tube

15823-16 ………………..   Yoke Assy, 16″ Tank, 12 1/2″ Tube

15823-16NP ……………Yoke Assy, 16″ Tank, NP 12 1/2″ Tube

Second Tank Assemblies (9100):

60425-12………………..Tube Assy, 9100, 6-12″ Tanks

60425-16………………..Tube Assy, 9100, 13-16″ Tanks

14865……………………..Adapter Assy, 2nd Tank, 9100

61419……………………..Kit, 1.05″ Distributor Adapter

Tools:

12763……………………..Stuffer Tool Assy, 5600/9000

13061……………………..PullerAssy, Port Ring

13759……………………..Tool, DLFC Retainer

Valve Body Assembly (9100):

40688……………………..Valve Body Assy, 9100

18303 …………………….. 0-ring, -336 18569……………………..Retainer, Tank Seal

Cover Assembly (91 OOTS):

61787 …………………….. Cover Assembly, 9100TS

 

03.03.17 11:20 AM

Fleck 7000 SXT (94FL-7000S) Meter 48,000 Grain Water Softener 10 x 54″; 1.5 CF”

030317 11:01 am.  Here is a story about the Plastic clip for a Fleck 7000 valve water softener (part #40576)

I sent Troy an e mail:

Troy do we have two of these clips (what is the price?):

Troy responded:  We have four and here is the info for this part:

Plastic clip for a Fleck 7000 valve water softener (part #40576)

We do have these used items in stock $1.00 each plus tax.

Please always call us before you visit (480) 969-7251 to make sure we have all parts in stock.

We will ask you to send us a picture to confirm.

I was grateful we can help these customers.  This ends the story about the clip today.

This web page is being written by:

Respectfully,

Brian Hayden Boyett BS, MWS, CI

General Manager, Boyett’s Family Rayne Water Conditioning

Office: (480) 969-7251

Cell:     (602) 291-4157

 hayden@azh2o.com

 http://www.azh2o.com

This image is a water heater – heating element that was given to Johnny by a customer in Apache Junction. This is after one year.

heating-element

 

The white material is calcium and magnesium that has accumulated on this heating element. With soft water (a unit that is functioning correctly) – there will be no white material present on this heating element.

 

These are the Major cities and zip codes served by Rayne Water of Arizona:

85086 Anthem, AZ; 85119 – 85120 Apache Junction, AZ; 85323 – 85392 Avondale, AZ; 85326 – 85396 Buckeye, AZ; 85377 Carefree, AZ; 85122 – 85193 – 85194 Casa Grande, AZ; 85327 – 85331 Cave Creek, AZ; 85224 – 85225- 85226 – 85244 – 85246 – 85248 – 85249 Chandler, AZ; 85142 Chandler Heights, AZ; 85128 Coolidge, AZ; 85086 Desert Hills, AZ; 85192 Dudleyville, AZ; 85122 Eleven Mile Corner, AZ; 85335 El Mirage, AZ; 85131 Eloy, AZ; 85132 Florence, AZ; 85264 Fort McDowell, AZ; 85268 – 85269 Fountain Hills, AZ; 85233 – 85234 – 85295 – 85296 – 85297 – 85298 Gilbert, AZ; 85301 – 85302 – 85303 – 85304 – 85305 – 85306 – 85307 – 85308 – 85310 – 85311 – 85312 Glendale, AZ; 85309 Glendale Luke AFB, AZ; 85118 Gold Canyon, AZ; 85338 – 85395 Goodyear, AZ; 85283 Guadalupe, AZ; 85236 Higley, AZ; 85137 Kearny, AZ; 85339 Laveen, AZ; 85340 Litchfield Park, AZ; 85138 – 85139 Maricopa, AZ; 85201 – 85202 – 85203 – 85204 – 85205 – 85206 – 85207 – 85208 – 85209 – 85210 – 85211 – 85212 – 85213 – 85214 – 85215 – 85274 – 85275 Mesa, AZ; 85139 Mobile, AZ; 85087 New River, AZ; 85253 Paradise Valley, AZ; 85345 – 85380 – 85381 – 85382 – 85383 – 85385 Peoria, AZ; 85001 – 85002 – 85003 – 85004 – 85005 – 85006 – 85007 – 85008 – 85009 – 85010 – 85011 – 85012 – 85013 – 85014 – 85015 – 85016 – 85017 – 85018 – 85019 – 85020 – 85021 – 85022 – 85023 – 85024 – 85025 – 85026 – 85027 – 85028 – 85029 – 85030 – 85031 – 85032 – 85033 – 85034 – 85035 – 85037 – 85040 – 85041 – 85042 – 85043 – 85044 – 85045 – 85048 – 85050 – 85051 – 85053 – 85054 – 85083 – 85085 – 85086 Phoenix, AZ; 85142 Queen Creek, AZ; 85118 Queen Valley, AZ; 85145 Red Rock, AZ; 85263 Rio Verde, AZ; 85140 – 85143 San Tan Valley, AZ; 85250 – 85251 – 85252 – 85254 85255 – 85256 – 85257 – 85258 – 85259 – 85260 – 85261 – 85262 – 85266 – 85267 – 85271 Scottsdale, AZ; 85172 Stanfield, AZ; 85351 – 85372 – 85373 Sun City, AZ; 85375 – 85376 Sun City West, AZ; 85248 Sun Lakes, AZ; 85173 Superior, AZ; 85118 Superstition Mountain, AZ; 85374 – 85378 – 85379 – 85387 – 85388 Surprise, AZ; 85281 – 85282 – 85283 – 85284 Tempe, AZ; 85353 Tolleson, AZ; 85131 Toltec, AZ; 85354 Tonopah, AZ; 85190 Tortilla Flat, AZ; 85191 Valley Farms, AZ; 85355 Waddell, AZ; 85390 Wickenburg, AZ; 85192 Winkelman, AZ; 85361 Wittman, AZ; 85363 Youngtown, AZ and surrounding areas

Boyett’s Family will always be ready to serve you. Just call (480) 969-7251 when you need us to take action.

staff

If you ever need anything – just let us know.