Culligan Sediment Water Filter Heavy Duty - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Just unplug it for several minutes. You will need to reset the programming, hardness, time of day.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on Jan 24, 2019 | 1,538 views


are you talking about the green light on the reverse osmosis? If so check your battery in the little box underneath the sink, it's a 9 volt.

Culligan... | Answered on Sep 25, 2014 | 599 views


yes or else it won't dissolve the salt to take it into the system

Culligan... | Answered on Nov 21, 2013 | 64 views


The valve is stuck in regeneration. If a Culligan unit the main piston / sealpack is jammed and may need to be replaced. Bypass the unit to stop discharge. You can get a retrofit kit from Culligan that is designed to repair this issue.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on Jul 30, 2013 | 529 views


down load the manual fro the makers web site.

Culligan... | Answered on Apr 25, 2013 | 170 views


I removed the control panel and saw that it had a series of dip switches. All these dip switches were all positioned to the same side, this is the way it was installed.

I reset it by flipping all dip switches to the opposite side, then unplugged it for 10 seconds and plugged it back in. The LED the. Displayed something other than the "CS" code. With it still powered, I reset the dip switches to original setting and unplugged again for 10 seconds. When I plugged it back in, I was able to reprogram. I'm sit sure if this is how a service tech would reset the control, but it worked for me and my mark 100 has been running fine since. Good Luck

Culligan... | Answered on Apr 10, 2013 | 1,495 views


First check the eductor assembly. Top of valve under chrome plate. Pull it out and clean it (after bypassing and depressurizing the system)
If that is OK the the brine piston will need to be replaced. There is a rebuild kit for this series valve that is about $120 that includes the refill piston and a retrofit kit. It would be wise to rebuild the valve.
See your local culligan dealer
RJH2O

Culligan... | Answered on Jan 02, 2013 | 1,394 views


Hope you got this fixed Oscar, Since you have a manual and everything you've tried hasn't worked consider it either broken or something has failed. Could be a filter element you can change or a sensor that has failed. I haven't found a manual to look at so don't know if this system has any parts you can check or change. Also could be a UV bulb if it has one or the timer that calculates the bulbs life. Sorry not much help.

Culligan... | Answered on Sep 26, 2012 | 2,133 views


If the unit is running to drain the sealpack needs to be replaced. Try unplugging it for 2 minutes then plug back in, it may clear code.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on Jul 23, 2011 | 298 views


If this is an Aquasensor model. The probe is sending a signal to regenerate. It needs to be pulled and cleaned. You would need to call culligan for this repair.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 1,634 views


You should not have to adjust the brine setting. Just the days per week. The salt dosage is dependent on the capacity. If you cut back on the days used you will still need to use the same amount of sodium to regenerate the softener.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on Jul 26, 2011 | 2,035 views


It sounds like the eductor assembly is plugged. This will cause it to not draw brine but it will keep refilling the salt tank. Let me know which model it is and I can walk you through the steps to correct the problem.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 188 views


We need clarification as to the nature of your problem before we can provide assistance.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 94 views


Either there is no power, the main piston is jammed or there is debris in the DLFC (drain line flow control). You can take the drain line connection apart and pull out the rubber washer inside, this is the DLFC. See if it has sediment trapped in it, clean and reinstall.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 109 views


It is leaking from the pressure relief button. Call them back and have them replace this one also.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 16, 2011 | 539 views


This is a Super S filter for iron and H2S removal. The venturi nozzle is plugged in the eductor assembly. It is under the chrome plate on top of valve. Put unit in bypass, run it though a quick manual cycle to relieve pressure, take the plate off, it will be plugged with oxidized iron, clean it completely, there is a screen, throat and nozzle, clean all and reassemble.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 15, 2011 | 491 views


Great question! More people should do this! The dry well and all plumbing leading to it must be below the frost line for your area. Mine is 48". It helps to have an open vent at the point of discharge out side the home in case it may back up for any reason. You will need to size the drywell according to the discharge of your softener. A 30k softener will have about 80 gallons of discharge. Here is a great website for drywell design and capacity.
http://www.easydigging.com/Drainage/drywell_soakaway.html
I installed a drywell for softener, iron filter and sump pump discharge and it has worked great for 12 years now.
Good luck with your project,
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 15, 2011 | 175 views


If you disassemble the valve completely (all metal parts) the valve itself is delrin plastic and is recyclable along with the brine tank. You may be able to scrap the softener tank. You will have to get all the resin and gravel out of it. Just tip it over take the inlet manifold out and drain the resin into a bucket, take the resin to culligan for disposal.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 15, 2011 | 521 views


You need to clarify as to what unit you are referring to. We need as much information as you can provide to make the proper suggestions.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 15, 2011 | 28 views


Turn the water off IN & OUT, (If this is a Culligan pre-filter it may have the shutoff valve on top), Press the red pressure relief button and hold it down for several seconds. Use the wrench provide and unscrew housing. Clean out the housing, lubricate the o-ring with silicone lube, replace filter and housing. Only tighten the housing by hand. Turn incoming water back on. It helps to hold the pressure relief button down after turning water back on to purge the air.
RJ

Culligan... | Answered on May 15, 2011 | 324 views

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