|Posted by hj on March 31, 19100 at 08:23:39:|
|In response to Re: noisy pipes|
With the low cost of new softeners and the fact that most of them are digital so that regeneration is on a demand cycle rather than a timer, thus saving salt and wear and tear on the valving, a new one would be the best investment. Paying to repair the old one could just give you an operating softener that could break again in a short time.
: I recently moved into a 24 year old home. Our water is supplied by a well.We have a 10 year old water softener.Whenever we flush a toilet,run the wash machine or the dish washer,or run the shower it sounds like a high pitched horn.The sound seems to be loudest
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