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RXD Owner’s Manual
R
Water Conditioning
Owner’s Manual
R4039
RXD Water Softener
This manual contains information on setting the controller and normal
operating maintenance required by the owner.
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RXD Owner’s Manual
UNPACKING INFORMATION
Unit is shipped with the necessary softening media already loaded in the mineral tank. Items packed
separately are located in the brine tank:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Transformer 24 Volt
By-pass
9V Ni- Cad Battery
Owner's Manual
Warranty
WARRANTY RECORD:
INSTALLER RESPONSIBLE FOR ENTRIES
CUSTOMER TO RETAIN
This water treatment equipment is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship according to the
specific terms of the warranty provided. To substantiate any warranty claims, retain the bill of sale, or
purchase contract, and the water analysis report if available.
MODEL NO._____________________
WARRANTY SERIAL #_______________
DATE INSTALLED_____/_____/_____
COMPENSATED WATER HARDNESS_________ GPG
TYPE OF SALT IN BRINE TANK †________________________________
DEALER NAME: ___________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________________
SPECEFICATIONS
RXD 1000
RXD 1000 S
Pressure range
RXD 2000
30º psi to 125º psi
Operating Temperature
40º F to 120º F
Electrical
Max. Hardness range (gpg)
RXD 1500
RXD 1500 D
24 V, 60Hz
60
70
100
13.5
13
14
Softening Capacity (grains) Minimum - Efficiency
Setting
20,000
30,000
40,000
Softening Capacity (grains) Maximum
30,000
45,000
60,000
Salt Dosage (lbs.) Minimum - Efficiency Setting
6
9
12
Salt Dosage (lbs.) Maximum
15
22 1/2
30
Clear water of Iron Removal Capacity (ppm) *
5
5
6
Service Flow Rate
Brine Valve System
Noryl Safety Float
*NOTE: MUST BE SET AT MAXIMUM SALT FOR IRON REMOVAL
† SALT-Use evaporated salt such as solar, pellet, nugget, button, crystal, or tabs. Rock salt is not
recommended because it commonly contains silt and sand which can hamper the operation of the
equipment. DO NOT use granulated types. Block types labeled for water softener use are acceptable,
however, DO NOT drop into brine tank or stack more than two high.
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INTRODUCTION
Your new Rayne automatic water softener will contribute to better and longer service from all the water using
appliances in your home. You'll soon appreciate the many savings and personal benefits that soft water
brings.
PIPING DETAILS
Raw water outside faucets
Check Valve (optional)
Softened water outlet
Water inlet
30 psi minimum pressure
3/4” minimum pipe size
Grounding strap to maintain house grounding
Drain line 1/2” diameter
minimum size
Sanitary drain or laundry
tubs are acceptable.
Do not make connection
to the drain. An air gap
must be present.
Continuous power supply
Brine tank overflow 1/2” diameter
minimum size (gravity flow)
Softener Tank Installation
OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY
A. Maintain a supply of proper type salt in the brine tank. (See SPECIFICATIONS)
B. Occasionally inspect drain lines for possible restriction, clogging, or kinking.
C. Occasionally cleaning of the softening resin is recommended. Specialty chemicals are available to clean
and maintain water softener efficiency. When purchasing, look for the active ingredient SODIUM
HYDROSULFITE on the label of the cleaning agent .
D. Clean brine tank periodically. (once a year is recommended)
E. Protect the system from freezing - If system is used in a summer home, system should be drained down
and protected against freezing.
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Installation and Start-Up Procedures
1. The water softener should be installed with the inlet, outlet and drain connections made in accordance
with the manufacturers recommendations and to meet applicable plumbing codes.
2. Plug the valve transformer into an approved power source. Once the valve is powered, it may cycle itself
to return to Service.
3. In normal operation the Time of Day, Volume Remaining Displays will alternate being viewed. Set the
Time of Day Display by depressing the Up or Down Set Button, to the correct time. (See Fig. 1) Note:
Time of Day must be set correctly to either A.M. or P.M. (See Fig. 1).
4. The value displayed in the Volume Remaining Display will be the volume of water (In gallons) remaining
prior to regeneration, including any reserve capacity. Open a soft water tap. As water flows through the
softener, the number displayed will decrease. Close the tap after 3 - 5 gallons of water flow.
5. Cycle the valve to the backwash position by depressing the Extra Cycle Button for 5 seconds, and allow
water to run to drain for 3 to 4 minutes. Using the extra cycle button continue to step the valve through
the other regeneration cycles checking for Brine Draw, Rapid Rinse, and Brine tank fill. Allow the valve
to return to service automatically from brine tank refill.
6. Make sure the salt dosage is set as recommended by the manufacturer.
7. Fill the brine tank with salt.
8. The RXD Valve is equipped with a 9Volt Alkaline Battery. It is recommended this battery be changed
once a year. Daylight Savings Time is a good time to do so. The battery is located below the
electronics, inside the front cover. In the event of a power outage, the battery will maintain current
system information (Time of Day, Volume Remaining, etc.) for approximately 24 hours at maximum
battery capacity. This backup time will vary, depending on flow meter usage during the power outage. If
the power interruption exceeds the capacity of the battery backup, the normal operating display(s)
information will be lost.
9. For the valve to resume normal operation, it will be necessary to reset only the Time of Day Display.
This can be done by depressing either the Up or Down Arrow Buttons. The valve will automatically
initiate a regeneration cycle 5 minutes after power re-application. All valve programming however, is
stored in special non-volatile memory that can be retained for years without power.
10. During cold weather it is recommended that the installer warm the valve up to room temperature before
operating.
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Option Setting Level #1 - Installer Programming
Fig.1
A.M. Indicator
Extra Cycle Button
Program Button
EXTRA
In Service Time
Reserve
! P
Meter
AM
CYCLE
2:00
Regen
S
E
T
Program
Volume
Remaining
Program Indicator
PROGRAM
Down Set Button
TO SET TIME- PRESS OR
AS NEEDED.
!
EXTRA CYCLE- PRESS
ONCE
FOR DELAYED
REGEN.
PRESS AND HOLD
5 SECONDS FOR
IMMEDIATE
REGENERATION.
Up Set Button
Use UP and Down Arrows to Set Time of Day
Setting up the valve during installation requires access to the first level of option programming.
Entering Option Level #1
Depress for the Program Button for 5 seconds. The Program Arrow will turn on and the first display viewed
is used to set the Inlet Water Hardness.
1. Water Hardness (H)
The unit of measure used for this setting is grains. This option setting is identified by the letter H in the
first digit.
Example:
25 grains
[H - - - - 25]
The UP and DOWN Set Buttons will adjust this value.
2. Regeneration Time
Depress the Program Button. The next display viewed is the option for Regeneration Time. It is
identified by a non- flashing colon between two sets of numbers.
Example:
2 o’clock A.M. regeneration time
[ 2:00 ]
(A.M. Indicator On)
The UP and DOWN Set Buttons will adjust this value.
Exiting This Option Setting Level
Push the Program Button to return to Time to Day / Gallons Remaining.
Installer Notes
1. Control Calculations - With Delayed Regeneration Valves, the control is designed to automatically
calculate the number of gallons between regenerations and set the reserve capacity based on daily water
usage. There is no need to program either of these settings. The System capacity Option Setting should
be set to the resin bed manufacturers capacity recommendations for a given amount of salt to be used
during regeneration.
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Water Flow Diagrams
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Water Softener Assembly
8
2
7
1
3
5
10
6
9
4
Item # RXD1000
RXD1500 RXD1500-D RXD2000 RXD1000-S Description
1
5066103
2
60049
3
ST1047
10 x 47
ST1040
10 x 40
RF00011
4
RXD Controller - Specify Model
Bypass , plastic 1"
ST1252
12 x 52
ST1035
10 x 35
RF01010
n/a
RF0030
5
Mineral Tank
Tank Base
High Flow 1" Distributor - Specify Model
A1020-5
6
7
8
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High Capacity Resin, C-249
1 cf
1.5 cf
1.5 cf
2 cf
1 cf.
CK1040
Almond
10 x 40
CK1047
Almond
10 x 47
SS1047
Stainless
Steel
10 x 47
CK1252
Almond
12 x 52
n/a
Jacket - Almond
SS0010
RF01212
n/a
Collar - Black
RF00015
9
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
CK1111
Cabinet
10
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
CK0011
Cabinet Deck
RXD Owner’s Manual
Brine Tank Assembly
4
3
7
6
1
8
5
2
7
Item # RXD1000
RXD1500 RXD1500-D
RXD2000 RXD1000-S Description
1
C10771BR
C10772BR C10771BR
CK1000S
2
B08801BR
15 x 17, Almond
B08802BR B08801BR
15 x 17,
15 X 17,
Black
Almond
CK1111
11 x11,
Almond
Brine Tank
CK0001
11 x11,
Black
Brine Tank Lid
3
A10171BR
15 x 17 Black
Complete Brine Tank Assembly
4
A11510BR
Brine Line
5
A13940BR
Overflow fitting
6
A14120BR
Brine Well
7
A05300BR
Brine Well Lid
8
2310
Brine Valve Assembly
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Control Valve Assembly
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Downflow 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, 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 .......................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 ..............................................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 112 Straight
1 ............ 12338 .......................Hose Barb, Black, 1/2 x 1/2 900 Elbow
40 ...............1 ............ 18280 .......................Top Collector, 1 X .011, Gray
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Control Drive Assembly
5
2
1
6
3
4
9
8
7
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
9 .................. 1............. 18259-02 ..................Cover, Back, Black
10 ................ 2 ............ 19935-01 ..................Cover, Front, Smoke
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Meter Assembly
Item No.
Quantity
Part No.
Description
1 ...............1 .............. 13821 ....................Meter Body
2 ...............1 .............. 13509 ....................Impeller
3 ...............1 .............. 13847 ....................0 Ring, -137
4 ...............1 .............. 14716 ....................Meter Cap Assembly
5 ...............4 .............. 12473 ....................Screw, Hex Washer, 10-24 x 5/8
6 ...............4 .............. 13305 ....................0 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
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By-Pass Assembly
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, #6-24 x 3
5 .................. 2 ............ 17820 .......................Plug, By-Pass
6 .................. 4 ............ 18661 .......................0 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 x 5/8
12 ................ 1 ............ 18706 .......................Yoke, Plastic, 1 " NPT
1............. 8706-02 ....................Yoke, Plastic 3/4" (not pictured)
1............. 19620-01...................90º Adapter Coupling - Optional (not pictured)
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2310 Safety Brine Valve Assembly
tem No. Quantity
Part No.
Description
1 .................1 ..............19645 ....................Safety Brine Valve Body
2 .................1 ..............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 ....................O-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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Service Instructions
A. To Remove and Replace Powerhead
1. Turn off 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.
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 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.
6. 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.
8. 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 (See illustration page 19.)
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.
B. To Remove and Replace Motor
1. Follow steps A1 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 the side.
5. Place new motor in position. Motor should set
flush with powerhead and install the two
screws.
6. Reconnect motor leads and powercord and
install wire nuts. Note: Motor leads should be
wrapped clockwise around the motor coil to
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7.
keep clear of the mechanical operation of the
Control Valve.
Install the clear Motor Bearing on the front face
of the powerhead.
C. To Replace or Clean Injectors and Screen
1. Follow steps A1 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.
D. To Replace Piston and/or Seals and Spacers
and/or Brine Valve
1. Follow steps A1 through A.5.
2. Remove the three screws and pull upward on
end plug and piston assembly to remove it from
Valve Body.
3. 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 and
reinstall at bottom of brine valve hole.
c. Apply silicone lubricant to 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.
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Service Instructions
7.
8.
Check for leaks at all seal areas.
Follow steps A6 through A14.
7.
8.
Replace four screws and tighten.
Follow steps E12 through E16.
E. To Replace Meter
1. Turn off 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.
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 cover.
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 cover.
F. To Replace Meter Cover and/or Impeller
1. Follow Steps E1 through E4.
2. Remove four screws on cover.
3. Lift cover off of meter module, discard o ring.
4. Remove and inspect impeller for gear or
spindle damage, replace if necessary.
5. Apply silicone lubricant to new o ring and
assemble to the smallest diameter on meter
cover.
6. Assemble new cover to meter module. Be sure
impeller spindle enters freely into cover. Press
firmly on cover and rotate if necessary to assist
in assembly.
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Trouble Shooting Guide
SYMPTOM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Softener fails to regenerate
automatically.
Regeneration at wrong time.
Loss of capacity.
Poor water quality.
High salt usage.
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
A.
Cord plugged into intermittent
or dead power source.
A.
Connect to constant power
source.
B.
Disconnected meter cable.
B.
Reconnect cable
C.
Defective power cord.
C.
Replace cord.
D.
Defective controller or meter.
D.
Replace or repair.
A.
Controller improperly set, due
to Power failure.
A.
Reset timer.
B.
Check battery.
A.
Increased raw water hardness.
A.
Reset the unit to the new
hardness.
B.
Brine concentration and /or
quantity.
B.
Keep brine tank full of salt at
all times. Clean it yearly.
Salt may be bridged.
C.
Resin Fouling.
C.
Call dealer, find out how to
confirm it, clean the resin
and prevent future fouling.
D.
Poor distribution, Channeling
(uneven bed surface).
D.
Call dealer. Check
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.
A.
Check items listed in #3.
A.
Check items listed in #3.
B.
Bypass valve open.
B.
Close bypass valve.
C.
Channeling.
C.
Check for too slow or high
service flow. Check for
media fouling.
A.
High Salt setting.
A.
Adjust salt setting.
B.
Excessive water in brine tank.
B.
See symptom No. 7.
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SYMPTOM
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Loss of water pressure.
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
A.
Scaling/Fouling of inlet pipe.
A.
Clean or replace pipeline.
Pre-treat to prevent.
B.
Fouled resin.
B.
Clean the resin. Pre-treat to
prevent.
C.
Improper backwash.
C.
Too many resin fines and/or
sediment. Call dealer, reset
backwash flow rate, and/or
adjust time.
A.
Plugged Drain Line.
A.
Check flow to drain, clean
flow control.
B.
Dirty or damaged brine valve.
B.
Clean or replace brine valve.
C.
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.
A.
Plugged/restricted drain line.
A.
Clean drain line and/or flow
control.
B.
Injector is plugged.
B.
Clean or replace injector
and screen.
C.
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.
Control cycles continuously.
A.
Faulty timer.
A.
Replace timer.
Continuous flow to drain.
A.
Faulty timer.
A.
Call dealer. Clean valve,
rebuild unit.
B.
Internal control leak.
B.
Same as above.
C.
Valve jammed in brine or
backwash position.
C.
Same as above.
D.
Valve motor stopped or
jammed.
D.
Replace valve motor.
Excessive water in brine tank
and/or salty water to service.
Softener fails to use salt.
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RXD Owner’s Manual
Service Assemblies
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
60022-12 ......... BLFC.125 GPM
60022-25 ........ BLFC.25 GPM
60022-50 ........ BLFC.50 GPM - Standard
60022-100 ...... BLFC 1.0 GPM
For Illustration, see page 10
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
1
1
1
1
60115-00 ........ Piston Assembly, Downflow
For Illustration, see page 10
..............14309 ............. Retainer, Piston Rod
..............18265 ............. Piston, Downflow
..............18267 ............. Piston Rod
..............18268 ............. End Plug Assembly
.................60120 ............. Seal and Spacer Kit
For Illustration, see page 10
5 ..............13242 ............. Seal
4 ..............14241 ............. Spacer
1 ..............18264 ............. End Spacer
1
1
1
1
1
18272-000 ....... 1610 Injector Assy., 000, Brow
18272-00 ........ 1610 Injector Assy., 00, Violet
18272-0 .......... 1610 Injector Assy., 0, Red
18272-1 .......... 1610 Injector Assy., 1, White
18272-2 .......... 1610 Injector Assy., 2, Blue
18272-3 .......... 1610 Injector Assy., 3, Yellow
For Illustration, see page 10
..............10141 ............. 0 Ring, -010
..............13771 ............. 0 Ring, -012
..............18273 ............. Vortex Generator
..............18274-XX ....... Injector Nozzle
..............18275-XX ....... Injector Throat
60280-000 ...... 1610 Injector Kit, 000, Brown
60280-00 ........ 1610 Injector Kit, 00, Violet
60280-0 .......... 1610 Injector Kit, 0, Red
60280-1 .......... 1610 Injector Kit, 1, White
Model 1000 & 1500
60280-2 .......... 1610 Injector Kit, 2, Blue Model 2000
60280-3 .......... 1610 Injector Kit, 3, Yellow
For Illustration, see page 10
Page 20
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
For Illustration and parts list, see page 12
60086-50..... 3/4" Meter
For Illustration, see page 13
60049 .......... Bypass, Plastic
For Illustration and parts list, see page
60705-00
60705-06
60705-08
60705-10
60705-12
60705-13
60705-15
60705-17
60705-20
60705-24
.... DLFC BLANK
.... DLFC .60 GPM
.... DLFC .80 GPM
.... DLFC 1.0 GPM
.... DLFC 1.2 GPM
.... DLFC 1.3 GPM
.... DLFC 1.5 GPM
.... DLFC 1.7 GPM
.... DLFC 2.0 GPM
.... DLFC 2.4 GPM
Model 1000 & 1500
60705-30 .... DLFC 3.0 GPM
60705-35 .... DLFC 3.5 GPM
Model 2000
60705-40 .... DLFC 4.0 GPM
60705-45 .... DLFC 4.5 GPM
60705-50 .... DLFC 5.0 GPM
60705-60 .... DLFC 6.0 GPM
60705-70 .... DLFC 7.0 GPM
For Illustration, see page 10
1....................... 11183 ......... 0 Ring, -017
1....................... 11385-01 .... DLFC Housing Plastic
Flow Washer (specify size)
©1998 Rayne Corporation
Ventura, California
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