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.
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.
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