|Posted by hj on December 03, 2003 at 08:13:47:|
|In response to Re: Culligan solenoid replacement|
My initial reaction would be to dump the Culligan and get a softener that does not have a solenoid that has to be replaced every couple of years, even if you did it yourself.
: I have an older culligan water filter. Every couple of years the filter will stick in the backwash mode and will not shut off. The backwash will continue to run until I bybass the filter system.
: I have paid culligan serveral times to come out and replace a solenoid. I have gotten fairly handy in the last few years and want to replace this myself rather than pay culligan another 150 bucks.
: Any advice or can you point me to some sites for advice?
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