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Tips all around Drinking Water Systems and Water Filtration

Clean drinking waterSediment Filter Change
Turn water off to house
Turn on a faucet to relieve pressure
Open sediment filter housing turning to the left
Remove filter and clean or replace
Make sure o-ring is seated properly in groove
Tighten sediment filter housing
Turn water back on and check for leaks

How to add Chlorine Tabs to Chlorinator
Turn on faucet in home
Turn water off to house
Loosen union on chlorinator turning to the left
Remove top of chlorinator
Put 10 tabs in center tube of chlorinator
Replace top of chlorinator and tighten turning to the right (hand tighten only)
Turn water back on to house and check for leaks

Reverse Osmosis Filter Change
Shut off water to unit
Turn off valve on tank
Open faucet to relieve pressure
Using wrench remove filter housing (turn to left)
Remove old filter and replace with carbon block filter on pre and post filters
Make sure o-rings are in seat in housing, then tighten (turn to right)
Turn water and tank back on and shut off faucet
Check for leaks for the next 24 hours

Caring for your Water Conditioner

Keep the salt tank at least 1/3 full at all times. If the salt is allowed to run out it will decrease quality of your water. Check timer monthly and reset if needed.

Do not water the lawn or fill your pool with treated water. There is normally an untreated spigot on top of the pump for that purpose.

You can use treated water for your car or boat. However, excessive use of treated water may effect your water quality. Normally all of the outside spigots are treated.

Do not use liquid fabric softener in your washer. Use dryer sheets only.

Keep your sand and sediment filter clean at all times. This filters out solid particles that can restrict the flow of water and decrease the life of your conditioner. The filter should be changed approximately every three months.

If you have an inline chlorine feeder, add 10-12 tabs each month. Never mix types of chlorine tabs (stabilized or unstabilized)

If you have a carbon filter it should be rebed every 12-18 months.

If your water conditioner contains tannin resin, you should add citric acid to keep the resin clean and prevent the build up pf minerals in the vlave and drain line. 1lb of citric acid per 160lbs of salt. Pour directly on top of salt.

It is not uncommon for the GFI outlet to trip. Please check unit for power if you notice a decline in water quality and reset if necessary.

The Filtration Spectrum

The filtration spectrum spread sheet

Programming the 460TC Water Softener

Programing the 460TC

Adjustment of Birne Control

Adjustment of Birne Control

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Desinfection of Water Conditioners

Desinfection of Water Conditioners
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