I've got a two year old GE Smartwater Softener that had been working
fine in my old house. To transport the
softener I removed the salt and remaining water. The person that was
"helping" me took it upon himself, (thinking that the inner tank was
full of water), to pull the head off and he begain to dump the
contents realizing quickly that he was actually dumping the
contaminant removing particles responsible for softening the water.
Very few of the particles slipped out. Here's my problem and
The softener is simply not working well since it's been installed over
a week again. I've put in 60 pounds of salt. I've regenerated it
manually several times. I'm getting little or no soft water. I still
have the old softener inner tank and I'm wondering if I should take
some of the granules from that tank and top off the present tank. If
this is a good idea do I simply remove the head and pour them in or
Thanks in advance.
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