08:24AM | 03/13/05
Member Since: 12/20/04
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Help! Our brine tank keeps filling up with water and overflowing. The only way to stop it is to turn the water supply off to the house by the well pressure tank. Does anyone know what the problem could be? Is it okay to fix it or should we invest on a new brink tank or whole system?? Thanks in advance.

Gary Slusser

06:00AM | 03/18/05
Member Since: 02/17/04
113 lifetime posts
There should be a by-pass valve for the softener, using it stops water from entering or leaving the softener.

The brine tank cant cause a too high water level. In many softeners the float sticking cna but then others have a float that shuts off the water to the tank. So the cause of the problem is usually in the control valve IF not due to a kinked drain line, blocked injector/eductor and/or its throat or screen filter or a separate leaking brine vale on the control valve.


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