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Anyone have experience with water softeners?

Daqueef

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I have a Culligan system that is about 15 years old. Last few months water has been hard for a few days. Both times, I forced two regenerations, but the water remained hard a day or two. I assume the resin needs to be replaced. I have watched videos on resin replacements and it seems easy to change the resin, but knowing how much and how to clean out the old old resin without removing rocks if any, checking screens and checking for possibly other worn parts seems something I might mess up since no check list or anything.

Anyone have experience with them - tips? I would like for a specialist to do it, but concerned about work on water system at this time with the virus.
 
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