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Paulie7

12:11PM | 07/08/07
Member Since: 07/07/07
2 lifetime posts
Bvplumbing
I need help on how to install a water softener system. I can't find any how to instructions.

Please help

Gary Slusser

05:16AM | 07/09/07
Member Since: 02/17/04
112 lifetime posts
The folks you buy from should provide instructions, I do.

Gary

Quality Water Associates

Paulie7

01:13PM | 07/09/07
Member Since: 07/07/07
2 lifetime posts
I have a lindsay water softener that I received from a friend,and there are no instructions with it.I had some fiends try to find them on the net,but had no luck.I thought I would try and ask anyone out there if they have any info that would be helpfull.Thanks.

Sylvan

12:53PM | 07/10/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
1507 lifetime posts
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Lindsay water softener is one of the best of the brands out there (In my professional opinion)

The company is around almost 80 years so that has to say something about quality and customer satisfaction.

Here try this and give them a model number

http://www.ecowater.com

or call 1-800-942-5415

Great people to deal with and I am sure you will be pleased with their professionalism

Gary Slusser

06:21AM | 07/11/07
Member Since: 02/17/04
112 lifetime posts
I disagree. I think a softener with an Autotrol, Clack or Fleck control valve is much better quality. They operate service free a lot longer than any other softener. I also think the Clack WS-1 control is the best on the market.

The OP will have to know their water quality data and then how to program the control valve on the dealer/installer side of the programming, if you know how to do that, then I'm sure they would greatly appreciate you telling them.

Gary

Quality Water Associates
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