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TotalCare , CareSoft Elite and
CareSoft Pro Series
®
®
®
Water Softeners and Conditioners
For Models:
• TC1
• TC2
• CSE
• CSERC
• CSP
• CSPRC
For Cabinet Models:
• CSEC
• CSPC
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preinstallation Instructions for Dealers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Bypass Valve. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Programming Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Operating Displays and Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Start-up Instructions for Downflow Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Start-up Instructions for Upflow Units. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Replacement Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Quick Reference Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
YOUR WATER TEST
Hardness______________________
Iron___________________________
pH____________________________
*Nitrates_______________________
Manganese____________________
Sulphur________________________
Total Dissolved Solids____________
gpg
ppm
number
ppm
ppm
yes/no
*Over 10 ppm may be harmful for human consumption.
Water conditioners do not remove nitrates or coliform bacteria,
this requires specialized equipment.
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Your TotalCare, CareSoft Elite and CareSoft Pro Series water softeners and conditioners are precision built, high
quality products. These units will deliver conditioned water for many years to come, when installed and operated
properly. Please study this manual carefully and understand the cautions and notes before installing. This manual
should be kept for future reference. If you have any questions regarding your water conditioner, contact your local
dealer or the manufacturer at the following:
1900 Prospect Court • Appleton, WI 54914
Phone: 920-739-9401 • Fax: 920-739-9406
PREINSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR DEALERS:
The manufacturer has preset the water treatment unit’s sequence of cycles, cycle times, salt dose, exchange capacity and
salt dose refill time.
The dealer should read this page and guide the installer regarding hardness, day override, time of regeneration, service
alarm and buzzer alarm settings before installation.
For the installer, the following must be used:
• Program Installer Settings ... Hardness, Day Override (preset to 6 days), Time of Regeneration (preset to 2 a.m.,
with brine tank refill to occur four hours prior; see Operating Displays and Instructions for more details), Service
Alarms (preset to “OFF”) and Buzzer Alarm turned ON and preset to start at 6 a.m. and end at 10 p.m.
• Read Normal Operating Displays
• Set Time of Day
• Read Power Loss & Error Display
• Be sure system and installation are in compliance with all state and local laws and regulations.
For the homeowner, please read Programming Procedures and Operating Displays and Instructions.
During operation, the normal user display is time of day and gallons per minute.
Flow Rate, Vacation Mode, Capacity Remaining and Days to a Regeneration are optional displays but are not normally
used. (Vacation Mode is used only when there will be no water usage for an extended period of time. Once 50 gallons of
water is used, the unit will automatically regenerate that night and resume normal operation.) Each of these can be viewed
by pressing next to scroll through them. When stepping through any programming, if no buttons are pressed within 5
minutes, the display returns to a normal user display. Any changes made prior to the 5 minute time out are incorporated.
To quickly exit any Programming, Installer Settings, etc., press set clock. Any changes made prior to the exit are
incorporated.
If desired, two regenerations within 24 hours are possible with a return to the preset program. 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 a regeneration begins.
Once the valve has completed the immediate regeneration, the valve will regenerate one more time at the preset.
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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 1” full flow bypass valve incorporates four positions, including a diagnostic position that allows
a service technician to have pressure to test a system while providing untreated bypass water to the building. Be sure to install
bypass valve onto main control valve, before beginning plumbing. Or, make provisions in the plumbing system for a bypass. 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 “O” 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 identify the direction of flow. 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 for normal operation of a water softener. During
the regeneration cycle this position provides regeneration water to the unit, while also providing untreated water to the
distribution system (Fig. 1).
2. BYPASS POSITION: The inlet and outlet handles point to the center of the bypass. The system is isolated from the water
pressure in the plumbing system. Untreated water is supplied to the building (Fig. 2).
3. DIAGNOSTIC POSITION: The inlet handle points toward the control valve and the outlet handle points to the center of
bypass valve. Untreated supply water is allowed to flow to the system and to the building, while not allowing water to exit
from the system to the building (Fig. 3). This allows the service technician to draw brine and perform other tests without the
test water going to the building.
NOTE: The system must be rinsed before returning the bypass valve to the normal position.
4. SHUT OFF POSITION: The inlet handle points to the center of the bypass valve and the outlet handle points away from
the control valve. The water is shut off to the building. The water treatment system will depressurize upon opening a tap in
the building. A negative pressure in the building combined with the softener being in regeneration could cause a siphoning
of brine into the building. If water is available on the outlet side of the softener, it is an indication of water bypassing the
system (Fig. 4) (i.e. a plumbing cross-connection somewhere in the building).
NORMAL
OPERATION
POSITION
BYPASS POSITION
DIAGNOSTIC
POSITION
SHUT OFF
POSITION
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 3
FIGURE 4
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INSTALLATION:
GENERAL INSTALLATION & SERVICE WARNINGS
The control valve, fittings and/or bypass are designed to accommodate minor plumbing misalignments. There is a small
amount of “give” to properly connect the piping, but the water softener is not designed to support the weight of the plumbing.
Do not use Vaseline, oils, other hydrocarbon lubricants or spray silicone anywhere. A silicone lubricant may be used on black
external “O” Rings, but is not necessary. Avoid any type of lubricants, including silicone, on internal cartridge assembly.
Do not use pipe dope or other sealants on threads. Teflon® tape must be used on the threads of the 1” NPT inlet and outlet, the
brine line connection at the control valve, and on the threads for the drain line connection. Teflon® tape is not used on the nut
connections or caps because “O” Ring seals are used. The nuts and caps are designed to be unscrewed or tightened by hand
or with the special plastic Service Wrench, #CV3193-02. If necessary pliers can be used to unscrew the nut or cap. Do not
use a pipe wrench to tighten nuts or caps. Do not place screwdriver in slots on caps and/or tap with a hammer.
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REQUIREMENTS
water pressure – 25-100 psi
water temperature – 33-100°F (0.5-37.7°C)
electrical – 115/120V, 60Hz uninterrupted outlet
the tank should be on a firm level surface
• current draw is 0.5 amperes
• the plug-in transformer is for dry locations only
WELL WATER INSTALLATION
MUNICIPAL INSTALLATION
1. The distance between the drain and the water conditioner should be as short as possible.
2. S
ince salt must be periodically added to the brine tank, it should be located where it is easily accessible.
3. D
o not install any water conditioner with less than 10 feet of piping between its outlet and the inlet of a water heater.
CAUTION: T
o protect the unit in the event of a hot water heater backup, the
manufacturer recommends the use of an expansion tank on the
outlet side of the unit.
4. D
o not locate unit where it or its connections (including the drain and overflow lines) will ever be subjected to room
temperatures under 33°F.
5. D
o not subject the tank to any vacuum, as this may cause an “implosion” and could result in leaking. If there is a possibility
a vacuum could occur, please make provision for a vacuum breaker in the installation.
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6. INLET/OUTLET PLUMBING: Be sure to install Bypass Valve onto main control valve before beginning plumbing.
Make provisions to bypass outside hydrant and cold hard water lines at this time. Install an inlet shutoff valve and plumb
to the unit’s bypass valve inlet located at the right rear as you face the unit. There are a variety of installation fittings
available. They are listed under Installation Fitting Assemblies, page 26-27. When assembling the installation fitting
package (inlet and outlet), connect the fitting to the plumbing system first and then attach the nut, split ring and “O”
Ring. Heat from soldering or solvent cements may damage the nut, split ring or “O” Ring. Solder joints should be cool
and solvent cements should be set before installing the nut, split ring and “O” Ring. Avoid getting solder flux, primer,
and solvent cement on any part of the “O” Rings, split rings, bypass valve or control valve. If the building’s electrical
system is grounded to the plumbing, install a copper grounding strap from the inlet to the outlet pipe. Plumbing must be
done in accordance with all applicable local codes.
7. INSTALLING GROUND: To maintain an electrical ground in metal plumbing of a
home’s cold water piping (such as a copper plumbing system), install a ground clamp or
jumper wiring.
N
OTE: If replacing an existing softener, also replace the ground clamps/wire. If
removing a softener, replace the piping with the same type of piping as the original to
assure plumbing integrity and grounding.
8. DRAIN LINE: First, be sure that the drain can handle the backwash rate of the system. Solder joints near the drain must
be done prior to connecting the drain line flow control fitting. Leave at least 6” between the drain line flow control fitting
and solder joints. Failure to do this could cause interior damage to the flow control. Install a 1/2” I.D. flexible plastic tube
to the Drain Line Assembly or discard the tubing nut and use the 3/4” NPT fitting for rigid pipe (recommended).
If the backwash rate is greater than 7 gpm, use a 3/4” rigid drain line. Where the drain line is elevated
but empties into a drain below the level of the control valve, form a 7” loop at the discharge end of the line so that the
bottom of the loop is level with the drain connection on the control valve. This will provide an adequate anti-siphon trap.
Piping the drain line overhead <10 ft is normally not a problem. Be sure adequate pressure is available (40-60 psi is
recommended). Where the drain empties into an overhead sewer line, a sink-type trap must be used. Run drain tube to its
discharge point in accordance with plumbing codes. Pay special attention to codes for air gaps and anti-siphon devices.
NOTE: Drain line nut will not be supplied for units having a backwash rate greater than 7 gpm.
TYPICAL DRAIN LINE INSTALLATIONS
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9. S
AFETY BRINE TANK CONNECTION: Install the 3/8” O.D. polyethylene tube from the Refill Elbow to the Brine Safety
Float valve in the brine tank.
Connection at Refill Elbow on the control valve
Connection at Brine Safety Float in brine tank
10. O
VERFLOW LINE CONNECTION: An overflow drain line is recommended where a brine overflow could damage
furnishings or the building structure. Your softener is equipped with a brine tank safety float which greatly reduces the chance
of an accidental brine overflow. In the event of a malfunction, however, an overflow line connection will direct the “overflow”
to the drain instead of spilling on the floor where it could cause considerable damage. This fitting is an elbow on the side
of the brine tank. Attach a length of 1/2” I.D. tubing to fitting and run to drain. Do not elevate overflow line higher than 3”
below bottom of overflow fitting. Do not “tie” this tube into the drain line of the control valve. Overflow line must be a direct,
separate line from overflow fitting to drain, sewer, or tub. Allow an air gap as per the drain line instructions.
CAUTION: N
ever insert a drain line into a drain, sewer line, or trap. Always allow an air
gap between the drain line and the wastewater to prevent the possibility of
sewage being back-siphoned into the conditioner.
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PROGRAMMING PROCEDURES:
1. Set time of day:
Time of day should only need to be set after extended power outages or when daylight saving time begins or ends. If an
extended power outage occurs, the time of day will flash on and off indicating that the time should be reset.
STEP 1 – Press
STEP 2 – CURRENT TIME (HOUR): Set the hour of the day using + or — buttons. AM/PM toggles after 12. Press
next to go to step 3.
STEP 3 – C
URRENT TIME (MINUTES): Set the minutes using + or — buttons. If it is desired to back up to the
previous step press regen button once. Press next to go to step 4.
STEP 4 – C
URRENT DAY: Set the day of the week using + or — buttons. Pressing
return to the general operating display (page 9).
set clock.
1
2
TIME
HOUR
SET
2:00
3
AM
TIME
MINUTES
SET
2:10
next
will exit
4
set clock
CURRENT DAY
SET
AM
and
MON
2. Programming:
NOTE: The manufacturer has preset the unit so that the gallons between regenerations will be automatically calculated
after the hardness is entered.
STEP 1 – Press
STEP 2 – H
ARDNESS: Set the amount of hardness in grains per gallon (default 20)
using the + or — buttons. The allowable range is from 1 to 150 in 1 grain
increments.
next
and + simultaneously for 3 seconds.
N
OTE: If a resin media is used in the softener, increase the grains per
gallon if soluble iron is present (1 ppm = 4 gpg). This display will show
“–nA– (not available)” if “FILTER” is selected or if “AUTO” is not factory set.
Press
Press
to go to step 3.
regen if you want to exit.
next
1
2
WATER HARDNESS
SET
STEP 3 – D
AYS BETWEEN REGENERATION (DAY OVERRIDE): The manufacturer
has factory set 6 DAYS as the default for TC1 and TC2 models. Default days
override for CSE and CSP models is 12 DAYS. This is the maximum number
of days between regenerations. If this is set to “OFF”, regeneration initiation
is based solely on gallons used. If any number is set (allowable range from
1 to 28), a regeneration initiation will be called for on that day even if a
sufficient number of gallons were not used to call for a regeneration.
Set Day Override using + or — buttons (6 is recommended):
• set number of days between regeneration (1 to 28); or
• set to “OFF”
20 GR
N
OTE: This valve has the capability of regenerating up to six times in one day. This
can be observed by pressing the clock and + buttons simultaneously, then using +
or — buttons to toggle the correct number of regenerations per day as desired (see
example to right). Press next to set the times per day or select “OFF” to return to
Days Between Regen. These settings are typically used in commercial settings.
P
ress
next
to go to step 4. Press
regen
3
DAYS BETWEEN REGEN
SET
6
REGENS PER DAY
SET
4 PER
to return to the previous step.
8
Example: Indicates unit set
to regen 4 times in one day.
STEP 4 – R
EGENERATION HOUR: The manufacturer has factory set 2:00 A.M. as
the default. This is the hour of day for regeneration and can be reset by using
+ or — buttons. “AM/PM” toggles after 12. The default time is 2:00 a.m.
(recommended for a normal household).
P
ress
next
to go to step 5. Press
regen
P
ress
next
to go to step 6. Press
regen
P
ress
next
P
ress
next
5
6
etting Alarm Buzzer Start Time: Press + or — button to select the correct
S
hour the buzzer is to start sounding. Be sure to also set AM or PM as necessary.
(Default is set to 6:00 a.m.) Press next.
etting Alarm Buzzer End Time: Press + or — button to select the
S
correct hour the buzzer is to stop sounding in the day. Be sure to also set
AM or PM as necessary. (Default is set to 10:00 p.m.) Press next.
7
SET
8
Press
next
OFF GAL
YR
OFF
100 GAL
SERVICE ALARM TIME
ALARM BUZZER
SET
YR
SET
1.25
ON
ALARM BUZZER START
SET
6:00
10:00
to exit installer programming.
9
LIGHT NORMALLY
SET
9
AM
ALARM BUZZER END
STEP 9 – D
ISPLAY BACKLIGHT: The manufacturer has factory set “ON” as the
default. Turn the light “OFF” or “ON” using the + or — buttons. “OFF” will turn display backlight off after five minutes of keypad inactivity.
AM
SERVICE ALARM GAL
SET
2:00
SERVICE ALARM
SET
N
OTE: This feature allows you to program the time in which the alarm
buzzer will sound, permitting the installer to pick a time when the owner
will be home or awake to hear it. This option will not be viewed if feature is
turned “OFF.”
AM
REGEN TIME MINUTES
SET
three times to advance past this screen.
STEP 8 – A
LARM BUZZER: The manufacturer has factory set “ON” as the default.
An alarm will sound after a regeneration warning the owner of possible valve
errors or other issues. This alarm is a short 0.5 second burst every 3 seconds.
Turn the alarm “OFF” or “ON” using the + or — buttons. Press next.
2:00
three times to advance past this screen.
STEP 7 – S
ERVICE ALARM TIME: The manufacturer has factory set “OFF” as the
default. This feature is used to signal service into the future. This is typically
set by the installing dealer to warn homeowner that service is required after a
period of time has passed. If the feature is active, a specific number of days
will appear.
SET
to return to the previous step.
STEP 6 – S
ERVICE ALARM GALLONS: The manufacturer has factory set “OFF”
as the default. This feature is used to signal service into the future. This
is typically set by the installing dealer to warn homeowner that service is
required after a preset number of gallons have been consumed. If the
feature is active, a specific gallon amount will appear.
REGEN TIME HOUR
to return to the previous step.
STEP 5 – REGENERATION MINUTES: Set the minutes using + or — buttons. Press
next to go to step 6. Press regen to return to previous step. To initiate an
immediate manual regeneration, press and hold the regen button for three
seconds. The system will begin to regenerate immediately. The control may
be manually stepped through the regeneration cycles by pressing regen.
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ON
PM
OPERATING DISPLAYS AND INSTRUCTIONS:
1. GENERAL OPERATION: When the system is operating, one of five displays may be shown and will alternate with the
installing dealer’s name and phone number for future service. Pressing next will alternate between the displays.
1. CURRENT TIME OF DAY and GPM
2. FLOW RATE which is the current treated water flow rate through the system in Gallons Per Minute
3. VACATION MODE allows the system to be “shut down” when there will be no water usage for an extended
period of time
4. C
APACITY REMAINING which is the gallons that will be treated before the system signals a regeneration cycle
5. DAYS TO A REGEN is the number of days left before the system goes through a regeneration cycle, based on
the days override value
6. DEALER NAME AND PHONE NUMBER is the dealer information to call when service is needed (this screen will
only appear if set by dealer)
The user can scroll between the displays as desired.
1
TIME OF DAY
GPM
4
MON
8 2:40
FLOW RATE
5
DAYS TO A REGEN
8.0 GPM
PM
CAPACITY REMAINING
GPM
2
8 1600GAL
GPM
8
3
3
ON VACATION
6
PHONE NUMBER
NO
DEALER NA
If the system has called for a regeneration that will occur at the preset time of regeneration, the words “REGEN
TODAY” will appear on the display.
If a water meter is installed, “GPM” flashes on the display when water is being treated, indicating gallons per
minute going through the system.
2. V
ACATION MODE: This feature may be used to “shut down” the system while on vacation. The manufacturer has
factory set “OFF” as the default. Turn feature “OFF” or “ON” using the + or — buttons. When turned “ON”, the
unit will not regenerate while there is no water usage. Once water usage is observed (minimum of 50 gallons), the
unit will automatically regenerate that night and resume normal operation.
CAUTION: D
epending on the severity of water conditions and the length of no water
usage, it may not be recommended to use this feature. Please contact
dealer or manufacturer for more information.
3. R
EGENERATION MODE: Typically a system is set to regenerate at a time of no
water usage. If there is a demand for water when the system is regenerating, untreated
water will be delivered. When the system begins to regenerate, the display will include
information about the step of the regeneration process and the time remaining for that
step to be completed. The system runs through the steps automatically and will reset
itself to provide treated water when the regeneration has been completed.
REGENERATION MODE
BACKWASH
8:22
4. M
ANUAL REGENERATION: Sometimes there is a need to regenerate before the control valve calls for it. This
may be needed if a period of heavy water use is anticipated or when the system has been operated without salt.
• T o initiate a manual regeneration at the next preset regeneration time, press and release regen. The
words “REGEN TODAY” will flash on the display to indicate that the system will regenerate at the next
regeneration time (set in Programming, steps 4 and 5). If you pressed the regen button in error, pressing the
button again will cancel the command.
• T o initiate a manual regeneration immediately, press and hold the regen button for three seconds. The
system will begin to regenerate immediately. This command cannot be cancelled.
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O
nce a manual regeneration is initiated, the unit will go into the FILL position.
This position allows water to enter the brine tank until it reaches the proper
level. Once this position is complete, you will notice a 240 Minute (4 hours)
SOFTENING position. This 4-hour window allows the salt to dissolve and
achieve proper brine strength. During these FILL and SOFTENING positions,
you will have softened water available for use. Once the unit advances to
the BACKWASH position and subsequent positions thereafter (see Start Up
Instructions for regeneration sequence), the water softener will deliver water,
but it will be untreated.
MANUAL REGENERATION
REGEN TODAY and TIME OF DAY
will flash alternately if a regeneration
is expected tonight.
REGEN TODAY
GPM
MON
8 2:40
PM
IMPORTANT: With the Dry Salt Storage Feature, the brine tank will refill 4
hours before the actual regeneration occurs. You may experience a small amount
of noise for a short period of time at 10:00 p.m. (with typical setting) on the night
that regeneration is to occur. This noise is only the brine tank filling and at no
time during this process will you be without treated water.
5. P
OWER LOSS AND BATTERY REPLACEMENT: The transformer comes with a
15 foot power cord and is designed for use with the control valve; the transformer
should only be used in a dry location.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
In the event of a power outage, the control valve will remember all settings and
time of day. If an extended power outage occurs, the control valve will keep time
of day until the battery is depleted. When the battery becomes depleted, the only
item that needs to be reset is the time of day and will be indicated by the time of
day flashing. All other settings are permanently stored in the nonvolatile memory.
If a power loss occurs and the time of day flashes, this indicates that the battery
is depleted. The time of day should be reset and the non-rechargeable battery
should be replaced. The battery is a 3 Volt Lithium Coin Cell type 2032 and is
readily available at most stores. To access battery location, remove front cover
(see diagram on page 18 for battery location).
6. C
HECK SALT INDICATOR AND AUDIBLE ALARM: This control valve (optional on CSP, CSPRC and CSPC models)
is equipped with a Low Salt Warning to alert homeowners that the system is operating in a low salt condition. This
usually indicates that the salt level in the brine tank is too low to operate properly. If “LOW SALT” appears, there will
usually be an audible alarm that sounds also (if turned on), alerting you to these conditions.
To turn off alarm: If the audible alarm sounds due to a low salt condition, press any button on the face of the
control valve to turn off. If salt is not added to the brine tank before the next regeneration,
the LOW SALT indicator will alarm again.
IMPORTANT: If you feel that the salt level is adequate (at least 1/3 full) in the brine tank, please contact the dealer
that installed your system for service.
7. ERROR MESSAGE: If the word “ERROR” appears and flashes alternately with
the dealer name and phone number, record the ERROR number and your contact
servicing dealer promptly. This indicates that the control valve was not able to
function properly.
ERROR
8. B
RINE TANK MAINTENANCE AND SALT: Refill the brine tank as necessary,
making sure at least 1/3 of the brine tank is full at all times. Without proper salt
levels, the water softener may not operate properly.
B
ecause “typical” settings of this water softener include a dry salt storage feature (no water in brine tank between
regeneration), the manufacturer recommends the use of solar salt for best results. The brine tank is manufactured for
the use of solar, pellets or rock salt. Do not use block salt. If pellet or rock salt is used, a cleaning of the brine
tank every six months is recommended. If the dry salt storage feature is not being utilized, block salt may be used.
CAUTION: W
ith some models the manufacturer does NOT recommend the use of
any resin cleaners, nor placing any resin cleaners into the brine tank.
Furthermore, do not use any salt that indicates it is an iron cleaning salt
or that contains any cleaning additives. This may be harmful to the water
softener and for human consumption. Consult dealer for proper cleaning
instructions and agents.
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START-UP INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOWNFLOW REGENERATING UNITS:
FLUSHING OF SYSTEM:
To flush the system of any debris and air after installation is complete, please perform the following steps:
1. Rotate bypass handles to the bypass mode (see Fig. 2 of page 4).
2. Turn on inlet water and check for leaks in the newly installed plumbing.
3. Fully open a cold water faucet, preferable at a laundry sink or bathtub without an aerator.
4. Wait two to three minutes or until water runs clear, then turn water off and follow start-up instructions.
System regeneration sequence is in the following order. (If it is desired to change this sequence, please refer to the Dealer
Master Programming Guide or contact the manufacturer.)
1) BRINE TANK REFILL
2) 4 HOURS (240 minutes) OF SOFTENING MODE WHILE SALT IS DISSOLVING
3) BACKWASH
The system is now ready for filling with water and for testing.
4) BRINE DRAW AND SLOW RINSE
5) FAST RINSE
6) END (return to service)
1. W
ith the softener in the bypass mode (Fig. 2 on page 4) and the control valve in normal operation where the display
shows either the time of day or the gallons remaining, manually add 3” of water to the regenerant tank.
NOTE: If too much water is put into the brine tank during softener start up, it could result in a “salty water” complaint after
the first regeneration.
During the first regeneration the unit will draw out the initial volume of brine/regenerant and refill it with the correct preset amount.
2. W
ith the softener in bypass mode, press and hold the regen button until the motor starts. The display will indicate the unit is in
the regeneration mode. Release button. The display reads “FILL” and the remaining time in this step is counting down. Since
the regenerant tank was already filled in Step 1 press regen again and the display will read SOFTENING 240 (During a full
regeneration this will be a 4 hour period for salt to dissolve). Press regen again to put the valve into “BACKWASH.” Once valve
has stopped in position, unplug the transformer so that the valve will not cycle to the next position. Open the inlet handle of the
bypass valve very slightly allowing water to fill the tank slowly in order to expel air.
CAUTION: If water flows too rapidly, there will be a loss of media to the drain.
3. W
hen the water is flowing steadily to the drain without the presence of air, slowly open the inlet valve. Restore power and
momentarily press the regen button to advance the control to the “BRINE” position.
4. T he bypass is now in the diagnostic mode (Fig. 3 on page 4). Check to verify that water is being drawn from regenerant
tank with no air leaks or bubbles in the brine line. There should be a slow flow to the drain.
5. M
omentarily press regen again until the display reads “RINSE.” There should be a rapid flow to the drain. Unplug
transformer to keep the valve in the “RINSE” position. Allow to run until steady and clear. While the unit is rinsing, load the
brine tank with water softener salt. Restore power.
6. P
lace bypass valve in the normal operating mode (Fig. 1 on page 4) by opening the outlet bypass handle. Press regen and the
unit will return to the service position. The display will return to SOFTENING, indicating it is now in normal operating position.
7. C
ONDITIONING OF MEDIA:
To flush any remaining debris and air from the system again:
1. Full open a cold water faucet, preferably at a laundry sink or bathtub without an aerator.
2. Wait two to three minutes or until water runs clear, then turn water off.
3. Turn on hot water and check for air, then turn water off after air is discharged.
8. S
ANITIZING OF UNIT UPON INSTALLATION AND AFTER SERVICE:
At this time, it is advised to sanitize the softener:
1. Open brine tank and remove brine well cover.
2. Pour 1 oz. of household bleach into the softener brine well.
3. Replace brine well cover.
NOTE: Avoid pouring bleach directly onto the safety float components in the brine well.
Unit sanitizing will be complete when the first cycle is run and the bleach is flushed from the softener.
9. Check time of day. Start-up is now complete.
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START-UP INSTRUCTIONS FOR UPFLOW REGENERATING UNITS:
FLUSHING OF SYSTEM:
To flush the system of any debris and air after installation is complete, please perform the following steps:
1. Rotate bypass handles to the bypass mode (see Fig. 2 of page 4).
2. Turn on inlet water and check for leaks in the newly installed plumbing.
3. Fully open a cold water faucet, preferable at a laundry sink or bathtub without an aerator.
4. W
ait two to three minutes or until water runs clear, then turn water off and follow start-up instructions.
System regeneration sequence is in the following order. (If it is desired to change this sequence, please refer to the Dealer Master
Programming Guide or contact the manufacturer.)
1) BRINE TANK REFILL
4) UPFLOW BRINING
2) 4 HOURS (240 minutes) OF SOFTENING 5) BACKWASH
MODE WHILE SALT IS DISSOLVING
6) RINSE
3) RINSE
7) END (return to service)
The system is now ready for filling with water and for testing.
1. W
ith the softener in the bypass mode (Fig. 2 on page 4) and the control valve in normal operation where the display
shows either the time of day or the gallons remaining, manually add 3” of water to the regenerant tank.
NOTE: If too much water is put into the brine tank during softener start up, it could result in a salty water” complaint after the
first regeneration.
During the first regeneration the unit will draw out the initial volume of brine/regenerant and refill it with the correct preset amount.
2. W
ith the softener in bypass mode, press and hold the regen button until the motor starts. The display will indicate the unit is in
the regeneration mode. Release button. The display reads “FILL” and the remaining time in this step is counting down. Since
the regenerant tank was already filled in Step 1 press regen again and the display will read SOFTENING 240 (during a full
regeneration this will be a 4 hour period for salt to dissolve). Press regen again to put the valve into “RINSE.” Once valve has
stopped in this position, push regen again and the valve will advance to “UPFLOW BRINING” position. Once this position is
observed, push regen again and the valve will advance to the “BACKWASH” position. Once valve has stopped in this position,
unplug the transformer so that the valve will not cycle to the next position. Open the inlet handle of the bypass valve slightly,
allowing water to fill the tank slowly in order to expel air.
CAUTION: If water flows too rapidly, there will be a loss of media to the drain.
3. W
hen the water is flowing steadily to the drain without the presence of air, slowly open the inlet valve to the fully open
position. Restore power and momentarily press the regen button to advance the control to the “RINSE” position. Observe the
water at the drain to ensure it is free of debris, particles and media from the system. Once free of particles, momentarily press
regen again and the controller will advance to the service position.
4. W
ith the bypass now in the diagnostic mode (Fig. 3 on page 4), check to verify that all cycles have proper water flow.
Follow Steps 2-3 on this page again, checking for proper flows during each cycle. Pay special attention to the UPFLOW
BRINING cycle. Disconnect brine line from the safety float valve in the brine tank and check for a vacuum. After proper
confirmation, reconnect brine line, making sure to tighten securely.
5. After advancing through the rest of the regeneration steps and upon returning to the service position, place bypass valve into the
normal operating mode (Fig. 1 on page 4) by opening the outlet bypass handle. The unit is now in normal operating position.
6. C
ONDITIONING OF MEDIA:
To flush any remaining debris and air from the system again:
1. Full open a cold water faucet, preferably at a laundry sink or bathtub without an aerator.
2. Wait two to three minutes or until water runs clear, then turn water off.
3. Turn on hot water and check for air, then turn water off after air is discharged.
7. S
ANITIZING OF UNIT UPON INSTALLATION AND AFTER SERVICE:
At this time, it is advised to sanitize the softener:
1. Open brine tank and remove brine well cover.
2. Pour 1 oz. of household bleach into the softener brine well.
3. Replace brine well cover.
NOTE: Avoid pouring bleach directly onto the safety float components in the brine well.
Unit sanitizing will be complete when the first cycle is run and the bleach is flushed from the softener.
8. Check time of day. Start-up is now complete.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE:
PROBLEM
1. N
o display on
PC board
2. P
C board does not
display correct time
of day
3. D
isplay does not
indicate that water is
flowing. Refer to user
instructions for how the
display indicates water
is flowing.
4. C
ontrol valve
regenerates at wrong
time of day
5. T ime of day flashes on
and off
CAUSE
CORRECTION
A. No power at electric outlet
A. Repair outlet or use working outlet
B. Control valve power adapter not plugged into
outlet or power cord end not connected to PC
board connection
B. Plug power adapter into outlet or connect
power cord end to PC board connection
C. Improper power supply
C. Verify proper voltage is being delivered to
PC board
D. Defective power adapter
D. Replace power adapter
E. Defective PC board
E. Replace PC board
F. Dead battery
F. Replace battery
A. Power adapter plugged into electric outlet
controlled by light switch
A. Use uninterrupted outlet
B. Tripped breaker switch and/or tripped GFI
B. Reset breaker switch and/or GFI switch
C. Power outage
C. Reset time of day. If PC board has battery
back up present the battery may be depleted.
See front cover and drive assembly drawing
for instructions.
D. Defective PC board
D. Replace PC board
A. Bypass valve in bypass position
A. Turn bypass handles to place bypass in
service position
B. Meter is not connected to meter connection on
PC board
B. Connect meter to three pin connection labeled
METER on PC board
C. Restricted/stalled meter turbine
C. Remove meter and check for rotation or
foreign material
D. Meter wire not installed securely into three
pin connector
D. Verify meter cable wires are installed securely
into three pin connector labeled METER
E. Defective meter
E. Replace meter
F. Defective PC board
F. Replace PC board
A. Power outage
A. Reset time of day. If PC board has battery
back up present the battery may be depleted.
See front cover and drive assembly drawing
for instructions.
B. Time of day not set correctly
B. Reset to correct time of day
C. Time of regeneration set incorrectly
C. Reset regeneration time
D. Control valve set at “on 0” (immediate
regeneration)
D. Check programming setting and reset to
NORMAL (for a delayed regen time)
E. C
ontrol valve set at “NORMAL + on 0”
(delayed and/or immediate)
E. Check programming setting and reset to
NORMAL (for a delayed regen time)
A. Power outage
A. Reset time of day. If PC board has battery
back up present the battery may be depleted.
See front cover and drive assembly drawing
for instructions.
6. Control valve does not
regenerate automatically A. Broken drive gear or drive cap assembly
when the correct button(s)
is depressed and held.
B. Broken piston rod
For timeclock valves the
buttons are s & t.
For all other valves the
C. Defective PC board
button is REGEN.
14
A. Replace drive gear or drive cap assembly
B. Replace piston rod
C. Defective PC board
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE cont’d:
PROBLEM
7. Control valve does not
regenerate automatically
but does when the
correct button(s) is
depressed and held.
For timeclock valves the
buttons are s & t.
For all other valves the
button is REGEN.
8. H
ard or untreated
water is being
delivered
9. C
ontrol valve uses too
much regenerant
10. Residual regenerant
being delivered to
service
11. E xcessive water in
regenerant tank
CAUSE
CORRECTION
A. Bypass valve in bypass position
A. T urn bypass handles to place bypass in
service position
B. Meter is not connected to meter connection on
PC board
B. C
onnect meter to three pin connection labeled
METER on PC board
C. Restricted/stalled meter turbine
C. Remove meter and check for rotation or
foreign material
D. Incorrect programming
D. Check for programming error
E. Meter wire not installed securely into three
pin connector
E. Verify meter cable wires are installed securely
into three pin connector labeled METER
F. Defective meter
F. Replace meter
G. Defective PC board
G. Replace PC board
A. Bypass valve is open or faulty
A. Fully close bypass valve or replace
B. Media is exhausted due to high water usage
B. Check program settings or diagnostics for
abnormal water usage
C. Meter not registering
C. Remove meter and check for rotation or
foreign material
D. Water quality fluctuation
D. Test water and adjust program
values accordingly
E. N
o regenerant or low level of regenerant in
regenerant tank
E. Add proper regenerant to tank
F. Control fails to draw in regenerant
F. Refer to Troubleshooting Guide number 12
G. Insufficient regenerant level in regenerant tank
G. C
heck refill setting in programming. Check
refill flow control for restrictions or debris and
clean or replace
H. Damaged seal/stack assembly
H. Replace seal/stack assembly
I. Control valve body type and piston type
mix matched
I. Verify proper control valve body type and
piston type match
J. Fouled media bed
J. Replace media bed
A. Improper refill setting
A. Check refill setting
B. Improper program settings
B. C
heck program setting to make sure
they are specific to the water quality and
application needs
C. Control valve regenerates frequently
C. Check for leaking fixtures that may be
exhausting capacity or system is undersized
A. Low water pressure
A. Check incoming water pressure – water
pressure must remain at minimum of 25 psi
B. Incorrect injector size
B. Replace injector with correct size for
the application
C. R
estricted drain line
C. Check drain line for restrictions or debris
and clean
A. Improper program settings
A. Check refill setting
B. Plugged injector
B. Remove injector and clean or replace
C. Drive cap assembly not tightened in properly
C. Retighten the drive cap assembly
D. Damaged seal/stack assembly
D. Replace seal/stack
E. Restricted or kinked drain line
E. Check drain line for restrictions or debris and
or unkink drain line
F. Plugged backwash flow controller
F. Remove backwash flow controller and clean
or replace
G. Missing refill flow controller
G. Replace refill flow controller
15
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE cont’d:
PROBLEM
12. Control valve fails to
draw in regenerant
13. W
ater running to
drain
14. E 1, Err – 1001,
Err – 101 =
Control unable
to sense motor
movement
15. E 2, Err – 1002, Err –
102 = Control valve
motor ran too short
and was unable to
find the next cycle
position and stalled
CAUSE
CORRECTION
A. Injector is plugged
A. Remove injector and clean or replace
B. Faulty regenerant piston
B. Replace regenerant piston
C. Regenerant line connection leak
C. Inspect regenerant line for air leak
D. Drain line restriction or debris cause excess
back pressure
D. Inspect drain line and clean to
correct restriction
E. Drain line too long or too high
E. Shorten length and or height
F. Low water pressure
F. C
heck incoming water pressure – water
pressure must remain at minimum of 25 psi
A. Power outage during regeneration
A. Upon power being restored control will finish
the remaining regeneration time. Reset time of
day. If PC board has battery back up present
the battery may be depleted. See front cover
and drive assembly drawing for instructions.
B. Damaged seal/stack assembly
B. Replace seal/stack assembly
C. Piston assembly failure
C. Replace piston assembly
D. Drive cap assembly not tightened in properly
D. Retighten the drive cap assembly
A. Motor not inserted fully to engage pinion,
motor wires broken or disconnected
A. D
isconnect power, make sure motor is fully
engaged, check for broken wires, make sure
two pin connector on motor is connected to the
two pin connection on the PC board labeled
MOTOR. Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for
3 seconds to resynchronize software with piston
position or disconnect power supply from PC
board for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
B. Properly snap PC board into drive bracket and
then Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3
B. PC board not properly snapped into drive bracket
seconds to resynchronize software with piston
position or disconnect power supply from PC
board for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
C. Missing reduction gears
C. Replace missing gears
D. Board unable to read middle reduction gear
D. Check foil on reduction gear; make sure no film
is covering foil on reduction gear
E. Defective Optical Encoder
E. Replace PC board
A. Foreign material is lodged in control valve
A. O
pen up control valve and pull out piston
assembly and seal/stack assembly for
inspection. Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for
3 seconds to resynchronize software with piston
position or disconnect power supply from PC
board for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
B. Mechanical binding
B. C
heck piston and seal/stack assembly, check
reduction gears, check drive bracket and main
drive gear interface. Press NEXT and REGEN
buttons for 3 seconds to resynchronize software
with piston position or disconnect power supply
from PC board for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
C. Main drive gear too tight
C. Loosen main drive gear. Press NEXT and
REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to resynchronize
software with piston position or disconnect
power supply from PC board for 5 seconds
and then reconnect.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE cont’d:
PROBLEM
15. E2, Err – 1002, Err –
102 = Control valve
motor ran too short
and was unable to
find the next cycle
position and stalled
CAUSE
CORRECTION
D. Improper voltage being delivered to PC board
D. Verify that proper voltage is being supplied.
Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds
to resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board for
5 seconds and then reconnect.
E. Valve type is programmed incorrectly
E. Verify valve body and program PC board
to match
A. Motor failure during a regeneration
A. C
heck motor connections then Press NEXT and
REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to resynchronize
software with piston position or disconnect
power supply from PC board for 5 seconds
and then reconnect.
16. E3, Err – 1003, Err –
B. Foreign matter built up on piston and stack
103 = Control valve
assemblies creating friction and drag enough
motor ran too long and
to time out motor
was unable to find the
next cycle position
C. D
rive bracket not snapped in properly and out
enough that reduction gears and drive gear do
not interface
17. E4, Err – 1004, Err –
104 = Control valve
A. Drive bracket not snapped in properly and out
motor ran too long
enough that reduction gears and drive gear do
and timed out trying
not interface
to reach home position
A. Control valve programmed for ALT A or B,
nHbP, SEPS, or AUX MAV with out having
a MAV or NHBP valve attached to operate
that function
18. Err -1006, Err – 106,
Err - 116 = MAV/
SEPS/ NHBP/ AUX
MAV valve motor ran
too long and unable
to find the proper
B. MAV/NHBP motor wire not connected to
park position
PC board
otorized Alternating
M
Valve = MAV
Separate Source = SEPS
o Hard Water Bypass
N
= NHBP
uxiliary MAV = AUX
A
MAV
B. R
eplace piston and stack assemblies. Press
NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to
resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board
for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
C. Snap drive bracket in properly then Press
NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to
resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board
for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
A. S
nap drive bracket in properly then Press
NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to
resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board
for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
A. P
ress NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds
to resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board for
5 seconds and then reconnect. Then reprogram
valve to proper setting
B. Connect MAV/NHBP motor to PC board two
pin connection labeled DRIVE. Press NEXT and
REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to resynchronize
software with piston position or disconnect
power supply from PC board for 5 seconds
and then reconnect.
C. M
AV/NHBP motor not fully engaged with
reduction gears
C. P
roperly insert motor into casing, do not force
into casing Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for
3 seconds to resynchronize software with piston
position or disconnect power supply from PC
board for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
D. Foreign matter built up on piston and stack
assemblies creating friction and drag enough
to time out motor
D. Replace piston and stack assemblies. Press
NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to
resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board
for 5 seconds and then reconnect.
17
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE cont’d:
PROBLEM
CAUSE
CORRECTION
19. Err
– 1007, Err – 107,
Err - 117 = MAV/
SEPS/NHBP/AUX
A. Foreign material is lodged in
MAV valve motor
MAV/NHBP valve
ran too short (stalled)
while looking for
proper park position
A. O
pen up MAV/NHBP valve and check piston
and seal/ stack assembly for foreign material.
Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds
to resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board for
5 seconds and then reconnect.
otorized Alternating
M
Valve = MAV
B. Mechanical binding
B. Check piston and seal/stack assembly, check
reduction gears, drive gear interface, and check
MAV/NHBP black drive pinion on
motor for being jammed into motor body.
Press NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds
to resynchronize software with piston position
or disconnect power supply from PC board for
5 seconds and then reconnect.
20. Err – 109
A. Invalid motor state detected
A. Replace PC board
21. Err – 201
A. Invalid regeneration cycle step detected
A. Replace PC board
22. Err
– 204 = Leak
detected
A. O
ccurs when dP input is active for “ALARM” and
the input is closed. The alarm buzzer will activate
and the screen will display the error.
A. Check for low flow leak. Press NEXT and
REGEN buttons for 3 seconds to resynchronize
software with piston position or disconnect
power supply from PC Board for 5 seconds
and then reconnect to clear error.
23. Err
– 402 = Power
Down Memory
A. Diagnostic memory failure during power down
A. Replace PC board
24. Err
– 403 = Program
Memory
A. O
ccurs when new software is flashed to a
PC board
A. Factory resets this error not seen in the field
25. Err
– 404 =
Diagnostic Memory
A. C
orrupt diagnostic display information is stored in
A. Replace PC board
the memory
26. Err
– 410 =
Configurator
Download
A. O
ccurs when downloading an invalid
configuration file
Separate Source = SEPS
o Hard Water Bypass
N
= NHBP
uxiliary MAV = AUX
A
MAV
18
A. Not seen in the field
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
FRONT COVER AND DRIVE ASSEMBLY
Item No.
1
Part No.
Description
CV3837-01XB
CV3837-01
Qty.
TotalCare cover
1
CareSoft Elite/CareSoft Pro cover
1
2
CV3107-1
Motor
1
3
CV3002-A
Drive assembly
—
CV4050WB
PC board (used on chlorine generator models)
1
CV4062WX
PC board (standard)
1
CV3110
Drive gear, 12 x 36
3
1
­4
5
6
not shown
CV3109
Drive gear cover
CV3526
Transformer, 110V-15V (used on chlorine generator models)
1
CV3186
Transformer, 110V-12V (standard)
1
CV3543
Optional weather cover
1
NOTE: Battery Location
1
4
3
5
6
2
19
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
1
13
14
5
4
7
3
8
2
10
PISTON ASSEMBLY
Item No.
Part No.
11
Description
Qty.
CV3005
1” spacer stack assembly
1
CV3430
1.25” spacer stack assembly
1
2
CV3004
Drive cap assembly
1
3
CV3135
O-ring 228
1
CV3011
1” piston assembly downflow
1
1” piston assembly upflow
1
CV3407
1.25” piston assembly downflow
1
5
CV3174
Regenerant piston
1
6
CV3180
O-ring 337
1
CV3105
O-ring 215
1
CV3358
O-ring 219, 1.25” distributor
1
8
CV3556
Screw, 1/4 - 20x1-1/2 18-8SS
1
9
CCI-00318337
Nut, 1/4 - 20 HEX 18-8SS
1
10
CV3016
QC2 clamp assembly (includes screw & nut)
1
11
CV3452
O-ring 230
1
12
CV3015
WS1 QC2 tank adapter assembly (includes O-rings)
1
CV3001- 04
1” body assembly downflow
1
CV3001UP
1” body assembly upflow
1
CV3020
1.25” body assembly downflow
1
CV3541
Drive backplate
1
1
4
7
13
14
CV3011-01
20
12
6
7
9
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
BYPASS VALVE
Item No.
Part No.
1
2
CV3006
CV3147
Description
Bypass assembly
Bypass handles
Qty.
1
2
5
1
3
REFILL PORT ASSEMBLY
2
2
4
Item No.
Part No.
1
CV4144
3/8” Elbow, Parker fitting
1
2
CV3163
O-ring 019
1
3
CV3195-01
Refill port plug assembly
1
4
CH4615
CV3395
CV3395-G
Elbow locking clip
Chlorine Generator (Black)
Salt Monitor (Gray)
1
1
1
5
Description
Loosens Injector And
Bypass Caps
SERVICE WRENCH - CV3193-02
Although no tools are necessary to assemble
or disassemble the valve, the Service Wrench,
(shown in various positions on the valve) is
available to aid in assembly or disassembly.
21
Loosens Drive Cap
Qty.
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
INJECTOR ASSEMBLIES
Item No.
Part No.
1
2
3
4
CV3176
CV3152
CV3177-01
CV3010-1Z
CV3010-1A
CV3010-1B
CV3010-1C
CV3010-1D
CV3010-1E
CV3010-1F
CV3010-1G
CV3010-1H
CV3010-1I
CV3010-1J
CV3010-1K
CV3170
CV3171
5
not shown
not shown
Description
Injector cap
O-ring 135
Injector screen
Injector assembly plug
A injector assembly, black
B injector assembly, brown
C injector assembly, violet
D injector assembly, red
E injector assembly, white
F injector assembly, blue
G injector assembly, yellow
H injector assembly, green
I injector assembly, orange
J injector assembly, light blue
K injector assembly, light green
O-ring 011, lower
O-ring 013, upper
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
*
*
* The injector plug and the injector each use one lower and one upper o-ring
WATER METER AND METER PLUG
Item No.
Part No.
1
2
22
Description
Qty.
CV3151
Nut, 1” QC
1
CV3003
Meter assembly, includes items 3 & 4
1
3
CV3118-01
4
CV3105
5
CV3003-01
Turbine assembly
1
O-ring 215
1
Meter plug assembly
1
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
DRAIN LINE ASSEMBLY 3/4”
Item No.
1
2
Part No.
CH4615
CV3192
4
CV3158-02
5
CV3163
7
8
Description
Elbow locking clip
CPKP10TS8-BULK Optional insert, 5/8” tube
3
6
DRAIN LINE ASSEMBLY 1”
Qty.
Item No.
Part No.
1
1
CH4615
Elbow locking clip
CV3166
Drain FTG body 1
1
2
Description
CV3166-01
Qty.
1
1
FTG flow control body 1
Optional nut, 3/4” drain elbow
1
Drain elbow, 3/4” NPT with O-ring
1
3
CV3167
Drain FTG adapter 1
1
O-ring 019
1
4
CV3163
O-ring 019
1
DLFC retainer assembly
1
5
CV3150
Split ring
1
CV3162-007
0.7 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
6
CV3151
Nut 1" QC
1
CV3162-010
1.0 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
7
CV3105
O-ring 215
CV3162-013
1.3 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-090
9.0 gpm DLFC for 1” elbow
CV3162-017
1.7 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-100
10.0 gpm DLFC for 1” elbow
CV3162-022
2.2 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-110
11.0 gpm DLFC for 1” elbow
CV3162-027
2.7 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-130
13.0 gpm DLFC
CV3162-032
3.2 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-150
15.0 gpm DLFC
CV3162-042
4.2 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-170
17.0 gpm DLFC
CV3162-053
5.3 DLFC for 3/4” elbow
CV3190-200
20.0 gpm DLFC
Drain elbow and retainer assembly
CV3190-250
25.0 gpm DLFC for 1” elbow
CV3159-01
CV3331
1
8
Items 2 and 3, nut and insert are only used with
1/2”I.D. by 5/8” O.D. polytubing. For other
piping material, the 3/4” NPT is used.
9
CV3008-04
One
DLFC
for 1” elbow must be
for 1” elbow used if
1" fitting
for 1” elbow
is used
for 1” elbow
FTG Drain 1" Strt No/Sil
1
3/4” NPT
2
Water
Flow
8
7
Proper DLFC orientation
directs water flow towards
the washer face with
rounded edge.
5
9
6
Drain
Line
1”
3
Water
Flow
Proper DLFC
orientation directs
water flow towards
the washer face
with rounded edge
and lettering. 1
23
4
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
BRINE TANK ASSEMBLY
Item No.
Part No.
1
CG2191-84
CH1095-01
2
CH1080
CG21833CB1C00
3
CG21840CB1C00
CG22441CB1C00
CH1030-29S
4
CH1030-36S
5
CH1018
6
CH4500-48
7
CH4620
8
CH4600-50
9
CH7016
10
CH4626
ASSEMBLIES
CH4700-29WR-1
11
CH4700-36.5WR-1
Description
Qty.
Brine tank cover, injection molded WC
Optional 18” diameter salt grid
Optional 24” diameter salt grid
18” x 33” brine tank, black
18” x 40” brine tank, black
24” x 41” brine tank, black
4” x 29” slotted brine well (18 x 33 BT)
4” x 36” slotted brine well (18 x 40, 24 x 40 BT’s)
2 piece overflow set
474 air check assembly, 1/2” x 48”
474 float assembly, 7”
474 safety brine valve w/ .5 gpm glow control
Cap 4” brine well
Nut safety brine valve stand off
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
.5 gpm safety float assembly, 18” x 33”
.5 gpm safety float assembly, 18” x 40”
9
1
10
8
7
2
9
11
8
4
3
7
6
2
11
3
5
1
SAFETY FLOAT BRINE ELBOW
6
5
Item No.
Part No.
Description
Qty.
1
2
CH4655
CV3163
CV4144
CH4612
CH4615
474 .5 gpm flow control
O-Ring 019
3/8” elbow cap, Parker fitting
1/2” elbow cap
Elbow locking clip
1
1
1
1
1
3
4
4
4
24
REPLACEMENT PARTS:
CABINET AND BRINE TANK
Item No.
Part No.
1
CJ2TCWS-HEH
2
CJ2B35E
Not shown
CH4850-34.625
Description
Top Assembly Light Gray/Dark Gray
Qty.
1
Bottom Assembly Light Gray with 474 Brine Assembly
1
Brine Well with Brine Well 474 Assembly 34 5/8”
1
1
2
25
INSTALLATION FITTING ASSEMBLIES:
1” PVC MALE NPT ELBOW
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
Part No.
Description
CV3007
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3149
1” PVC male NPT elbow assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
3/4” & 1” PVC SOLVENT ELBOW
Item
No.
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
4
1” BRASS SWEAT
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
Part No.
CV3007-02
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3188
Description
1” brass sweat assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
1
2
3
4
Part No.
CV3007-04
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3164
Description
1” plastic male NPT assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Description
Qty.
CV3007- 01
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3189
3/4” & 1” PVC solvent elbow assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
2
2
2
2
2
3/4” BRASS SWEAT
Item
No.
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
4
1” PLASTIC MALE NPT
Item
No.
Part No.
Part No.
CV3007- 03
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3188-01
Description
3/4” brass sweat assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
1-1/4” PLASTIC MALE
Item
No.
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
4
26
Part No.
CV3007- 05
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3317
Description
1-1/4” plastic male assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
INSTALLATION FITTING ASSEMBLIES:
1-1/4” & 1-1/2” BRASS SWEAT
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
1-1/4” & 1-1/2” PVC SOLVENT
Part No.
Description
Qty.
CV3007-09
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3375
1-1/4 & 1-1/2” brass sweat assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
2
2
2
2
2
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
3/4” BRASS SHARK BITE
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
Part No.
CV3007-12
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3628
Description
3/4” brass Shark Bite assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Part No.
Description
Qty.
CV3007- 07
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3352
1-1/4” & 1-1/2” PVC solvent assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
2
2
2
2
2
1” BRASS SHARK BITE
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
Part No.
CV3007- 13
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3629
3/4” JOHN GUEST ELBOW
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
Part No.
CV3007-15
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV3790
Description
3/4” John Guest elbow assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Description
1” brass Shark Bite assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
1” JOHN GUEST
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
Item
No.
1
2
3
4
27
Part No.
CV3007-17
CV3151
CV3150
CV3105
CV4045
Description
1” John Guest elbow assembly
Nut, 1” quick connect
Split ring
O-ring 215
Fitting
Qty.
2
2
2
2
2
CARESOFT ELITE AND CARESOFT PRO SPECIFICATIONS:
MODEL
Rated
Softener
Minimum Capacity:*
Medium (Grains/Lbs. Salt)
Maximum Efficiency at 1 lb Salt Setting (Grains/Lbs Salt)
Max. Service Flow Rate (GPM)
Max. Pressure Loss at Max. Service (PSI)
Min. to Max. Working Pressure (PSI)
Min. to Max. Operating Temperature (ºF) Max. Flow to Drain During Regeneration (GPM)
Amount of High Capacity Cat-ion Resin (Cu. Ft.)
Electrical Requirements (volts-hertz)
Pipe Size Media Tank a­nd Valve
Total Dimensions:
Brine Tank CSE-844 CSE-948CSE-1044CSE-1054 CSE-1248CSE-1354CSEC-835CSEC-1035
CSP-844 CSP-948 CSP-1044 CSP-1054 CSP-1248 CSP-1354 CSPC-835CSPC-1035
13,700 @ 3.4 18,200 @ 4.5 18,200 @ 4.5 27,600 @ 7.0 36,400 @ 9.0 45,800 @ 11.5 5,100 @ 2.3
18,200 @ 4.5
16,800 @ 6.0 23,500 @ 9.0 23,500 @ 9.0 36,700 @ 15.0 47,000 @ 18.0 53,900 @ 18.0 7,300 @ 6.0 23,500 @ 9.0
18,800 @ 8.0 28,000 @ 15.0 28,000 @ 15.0 42,000 @ 22.5 56,100 @ 30.0 69,800 @ 37.0 7,800 @ 7.5 28,000 @ 15.0
4,040/1
4,040/1
4,040/1
4,040/1
4,040/1
4,040/1
N/A
4,040/1
11.713.116.013.316.417.1 9.6 16.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
15.0
9.0
15.0
30-10030-10030-10030-10030-10030-10030-10030-100
33-100 33-10033-10033-100 33-10033-10033-10033-100
1.3
1.7
2.2
2.2
3.2
3.2
1.3
2.2
.75
1.0
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
.50
1.0
110-50/60110-50/60110-50/60110-50/60110-50/60110-50/60110-50/60110-50/60
1”1”1”1”1”1”1”1”
8”W x 52”H
9”W x 56”H 10”W x 52”H 10”W x 62”H 12”W x 56”H 13”W x 62”H 13.5”W x 42.5”H 13.5”W x 42.5”H
18”W x 33”H 18”W x 33”H 18”W x 33”H 18”W x 33”H 18”W x 40”H 18”W x 40”H
x 22.5”D
x 22.5”D
*All above water softeners are set at “minimum salting” from the factory.
MODEL
CSERC-1054 CSERC-1354
CSPRC-1054CSPRC-1354
Capacity: Maximum (Grains/Lbs. NaCI)
Medium Minimum Amount of Resin Media (Cu. Ft.)
Amount of Carbon Media (Cu. Ft.)
Maximum Water Hardness (GPG)
2
Maximum Iron (PPM)
3
Peak Flow Rate (GPM @ P-PSI)
Continuous Flow Rate (GPM @ P-PSI)
Water Pressure Range (PSI) 25-100
Water Temp. (ºF) Electrical Requirements (volts-hertz)
Pipe Size Media Tank a­nd Valve
Total Dimensions:
Brine Tank 32,000 @ 15.0 48,800 @ 21.0
28,400 @ 9.0
44,400 @ 15.0
23,600 @ 6.0
35,400 @ 9.0
1.0
1.5
.5
1.0
75 100
1.0
1.0
15.6 @ 15.0 20.4 @ 15.0
9.7 @ 7.5 13.2 @ 7.5
25-10025-100
33-100
33-100
110-50/60
110-50/60
1”
1”
10”W x 62”H 13”W x 62”H
1
18”W x 33”H
Height
Height
18”W x 40”H
1
All CareSoft Elite RC and CareSoft Pro RC water conditioners are factory preset at medium salting.
2
Iron removal may vary depending on form of iron, pH and other local conditions. On waters that are prechlorinated, or where other pre-oxidation occurs, an iron precipitate can form that is too small to be filtered.
3
Unit not tested for capacity at these peak flow rates. Water quality may vary.
Cycle Times
MODEL
Depth
Width
CSE/CSP Models
Width
CSEC/CSPC Models
(in minutes)
CSE-844 CSE-948 CSE-1044CSE-1054CSE-1248 CSE-1354 CSEC-835CSEC-1035CSERC-1054 CSERC-1354
CSP-844 CSP-948 CSP-1044CSP-1054CSP-1248 CSP-1354CSPC-835CSPC-1035
CSPRC-1054
CSPRC-1354
Brine Refill 2:062:502:504:315:51 7:321:222:505:519:53
Regenerant
3.4 lbs
4.5 lbs
4.5 lbs
7.0 lbs
9.0 lbs
11.5 lbs
2.3 lbs
4.5 lbs
9 lbs
15 lbs
Service
240240240240240 240240240240240
The above sequence takes place prior to regeneration; therefore, minutes are not included in totals.
Backwash688810
106888
Brine and Rinse
40606090 909040609090
Rinse
4444 444444
Total
50 72 7210210410450 72102102
Manufacturer recommends the use of coarse solar salt in these water softeners.
The CSE, CSEC, CSP, and CSPC softeners conform to NSF/ANSI 44 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data.
The Demand Initiated Regeneration (DIR) water softener complies with specific performance specifications intended to minimize the amount of
regenerant brine and water used in its operation. Efficiencies are only valid at stated salt dosages and maximum service flow rate.
Only the efficiency-rated water softener models have a rated capacity of not less than 3,350 grains of total hardness exchange per
pound of salt (based on NaCl) and shall not deliver more salt or be operated at a sustained maximum service flow rate greater
than its listed rating. Efficiency is measured by a laboratory test described in NSF/ANSI 44. The test represents the maximum
possible efficiency the system can achieve after the system has been installed. The operational efficiency is typically less than the
efficiency due to individual application factors including water hardness, water usage, and other contaminants that reduce the
softener’s capacity.
These water softeners are not intended to be used for treating water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection
before or after the system.
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TOTALCARE SPECIFICATIONS:
MODEL
Capacity: Maximum (Grains/Lbs. NaCI)
Medium Minimum Amount of Media (Cu. Ft.)
Maximum Water Hardness (GPG)
2
Maximum Iron and Manganese (PPM)
3
Minimum pH 4
Total pH Adjusted Water 5
Peak Flow Rate (GPM @ P-PSI)
Continuous Flow Rate (GPM @ P-PSI)
Water Pressure Range (PSI) Water Temp. (ºF) Electrical Requirements (volts-hertz)
Pipe Size Total Dimensions: Media Tank
1
Brine Tank TC1-1044 TC1-1054
TC1-1354
11,800 @ 12.4
22,600 @ 15.9
36,900 @ 21.2
11,400 @ 9.3
20,700 @ 12.4
33,600 @ 15.9
7,300 @ 3.2
16,400 @ 6.1
28,300 @ 9.5
1.01.52.5
203040
8.0 10.015.0
6.56.06.0
510510863
19.0 @ 8.3
17.0 @ 7.8
19.0 @ 7.6
9.0 @ 2.4
9.0 @ 2.8
9.0 @ 2.7
25-10025-10025-100
33-100
33-100
33-100
110-50/60
110-50/60
110-50/60
1”
1”
1”
10”W x 52”H
10”W x 62”H 13”W x 62”H
18”W x 33”H
18”W x 33”H 18”W x 40”H
MODEL TC2-1044TC2-1054TC2-1354
Capacity: Maximum (Grains/Lbs. NaCI)
Medium Minimum Amount of Media (Cu. Ft.)
Maximum Water Hardness (GPG)
2
Maximum Iron and Manganese (PPM)
3
Minimum pH 4
Total pH Adjusted Water 5
Peak Flow Rate (GPM @ P-PSI)
Continuous Flow Rate (GPM @ P-PSI)
Water Pressure Range (PSI) Water Temp. (ºF) Electrical Requirements (volts-hertz)
Pipe Size Total Dimensions: Media Tank
1
Brine Tank 20,300 @ 12.4
34,800@ 15.9
60,300 @ 26.5
19,100 @ 9.3
32,000 @ 12.4
48,300 @ 15.9
11,100 @ 3.2
22,900 @ 6.1
28,200 @ 9.3
1.01.52.5
406080
8.0 10.015.0
7.07.07.0
NANANA
19.0 @ 9.3
17.0 @ 9.1
19.0 @ 8.6
9.0 @ 3.0
8.0 @ 3.7
9.0 @ 2.8
25-100
25-100
25-100
33-100
33-100
33-100
110-50/60
110-50/60
110-50/60
1”
1”
1”
10”W x 52”H
10”W x 62”H 13”W x 62”H
18”W x 33”H
18”W x 33”H 1
ll TotalCare water conditioners are pre-factory set at medium salting. Note: influent waters must be at least 3 GPG hardness and 80 TDS.
A
A calcite or corosex unit may be needed for correct operation.
2
ombined iron and manganese removal varies depending on the form of iron, manganese, pH and other local conditions. On waters that
C
are pre-chlorinated or where other pre-oxidation occurs, precipitated metal oxides may form that are too fine to be filtered.
3
The pH listed is the minimum for the influent water.
4
Optimum pH adjustment occurs at 3.0 gpm or less at maximum salt settings. Higher flow rates will produce less pH adjusted water.
5
Unit not tested for capacity at these flow rates. Water quality may vary.
18”W x 40”H
Cycle Times and Usage
MODEL
TC1-1044TC1-1054TC1-1354 TC2-1044 TC2-1054TC2-1354
MIN.GAL. MIN.GAL. MIN.GAL. MIN.GAL. MIN.GAL. MIN. GAL.
Brine Refill
5:51
3
9:53
5
11:53
6
5:51
3
9:53
5
11:53
6
Backwash 1242 1248 1284 1236 1242 12 60
Brine & Rinse
72
29
90
36
90
72
72
29
90
36
90
72
Rapid Rinse
4
14
4
16
4
28
4
12
4
14
4
20
Total
94 88 116105 118190 94 80 116 97 118 158
Height
Width
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WaterCare® Water Conditioner Limited Warranty
Congratulations. You have purchased one of the finest water treatment systems available. In the unlikely event
of a problem due to defects in material and workmanship, Water-Right® proudly warrants our WaterCare water
conditioners to the original owner, at original installation location, when installed in accordance with Water-Right
specifications from the date of original installation as follows:
For the LIFETIME of the original owner:Media tank, except for damages due to freezing,
high pressure (120 PSI and above), extreme temperature
(100° F and above) or a vacuum on the system.
For a period of TEN YEARS:
Brine tank.
For a period of FIVE YEARS:
Complete valve.
For a period of ONE YEAR:
All other parts and components.
Any part found defective within the terms of this warranty will be repaired or replaced by the dealer at the
manufacturer’s discretion. You pay only freight from our factory and local dealer charges. To obtain local warranty
service, contact original dealer. If original dealer is unknown, contact Water-Right for authorized service dealer in
your area. If no authorized dealer is located in your area, please ship defective part or component freight prepaid to:
Water-Right, Inc.
1900 Prospect Ct.
Appleton, Wisconsin 54914
Water-Right, at its discretion, will repair or replace the part or component at its expense and return part freight collect.
The above provisions of the warranty are valid as long as the unit is connected in compliance with local plumbing
codes and in an equivalent manner and condition of the original installation and is owned by the original owner.
This warranty does not cover expendable or misapplied medias, or damages due to accident, fire, flood,
freezing, or any other Act of God. Water-Right is not responsible for damages due to change in water conditions,
misapplication, misuse, neglect, vacuum, oxidizing agents, alteration, or lack of maintenance. No responsibility is
assumed for loss of use of the unit, inconvenience, loss or damage to real or personal property or any incidental
or consequential damages. Furthermore, we assume no liability and extend no warranties, express or implied,
for the use of this product with a non-potable water source. To the extent permitted by law, Water-Right
disclaims all implied warranties, including without limitation warranties of merchantability and fitness for
particular purpose; to the extent required by law, any such implied warranties are limited in duration to
the period specified above for the specified components.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply
to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state.
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QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE:
GENERAL OPERATION
When the system is operating, one of six displays will be shown:
1. time of day/gpm
2. flow rate
3. vacation mode
TIME OF DAY
4. capacity remaining
GPM
MON
8 2:40
CAPACITY REMAINING
PM
GPM
5. days to a regen
8 1600GAL
6. d
ealer name and
phone number
Pressing next will
toggle between the
six choices.
MANUAL REGENERATION
NOTE: For softeners, if brine tank does
not contain salt, fill with salt and wait
at least two hours before regeneration.
If you need to initiate a manual
regeneration, either immediately, or the
same night at the preprogrammed time
for regeneration (typically 2:00 AM),
complete the following steps.
REGEN TODAY and TIME OF DAY
will flash alternately if a regeneration
is expected tonight.
REGEN TODAY
GPM
MON
8 2:40
PM
For Immediate Regeneration:
Press and hold regen until valve motor
starts (typically 3 seconds).
FLOW RATE
8.0
DAYS TO A REGEN
GPM
GPM
8
3
For Regeneration the same night:
Press and release regen (notice that flashing “REGEN TODAY” appears).
ERROR
PHONE NUMBER
ON VACATION
DEALER NA
NO
If the display toggles between “Error”
and an error code (i.e. a number), call
a service technician and report the
error code.
BYPASS VALVE OPERATION
TO SET TIME OF DAY
In the event of a prolonged power outage, time of day flashes,
indicating that this needs to be reset. All other information will be
stored in memory no matter how long the power outage.
1. Accessed by pressing
To shut off water to the system, position arrow handles as shown in
the bypass operation diagram below. If your valve doesn’t look like
the diagram below, contact your service technician for instructions
on how to shut off water.
NORMAL OPERATION
set clock
2. Adjust hours with + and — buttons, AM/PM toggles at 12
3. Press
next
4. Adjust minutes with + and — buttons
5. Press
next
6. Adjust current day with + and — buttons
7. Press
next
to complete and return to normal operation
TIME
MINUTES
SET
TIME
HOUR
SET
2:00
CURRENT DAY
AM
SET
MON
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BYPASS OPERATION
ADJUST HARDNESS, DAYS BETWEEN REGENERATION, TIME OF REGENERATION AND ALARM BUZZER
For initial set-up or to make adjustments, please complete the following steps.
1. A
ccessed by pressing
next
SERVICE ALARM
and + button simultaneously
SET
2. Adjust hardness using + and — buttons
3. Press
OFF GAL
next
4. Adjust days between regenerations using + and — buttons
5. Press
6. A
djust time of regeneration hour with + and — buttons,
AM/PM toggles at 12.
7. Press
SERVICE ALARM
WATER HARDNESS
next
SET
20
GR
SET
OFF
YR
next
8. Adjust time of regeneration minutes with + and — buttons
9. Press
DAYS BETWEEN REGEN
next
SET
10. T urn service alarm time ON with + and — buttons.
Default is OFF.
11. Press
next
next
ON
SET
twice
12. T urn service alarm gallons ON with + and — buttons.
Default is OFF.
13. Press
6
ALARM BUZZER
ALARM BUZZER START
REGEN TIME HOUR
SET
twice
2:00
SET
AM
6:00
AM
14. Turn alarm buzzer ON or OFF with + and — buttons.
15. Press
next
ALARM BUZZER END
16. Adjust alarm buzzer start time with + and — buttons.
17. Press
REGEN TIME MINUTES
SET
next
2:00
SET
AM
8:00
18. Adjust alarm buzzer end time with + and — buttons.
19. Press
next
20. T urn display backlight ON or OFF with + and — buttons.
Default is ON.
21. Press
next
LIGHT NORMALLY
SET
ON
to complete and return to normal operation.
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Phone: 920-739-9401 • Fax: 920-739-9406
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