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How Do I Program my Water Softener?

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When it comes to programming your water softener, you are going to want to make sure that you get the correct guide for the model you have. Not all water softeners are programmed the same way.

Fleck 5600sxt

Before we start programming, make sure you add salt along with water to your brine tank.

Programming your Hardness

Step 1. Conduct hardness test on your water to obtain this number.

Step 2. Press & Hold both ‘Up’ & ‘Down’ arrows together until screen changes to DO (Day Override). This may take 5 seconds before change.

Step 3. Select # of days for DO. We suggest 14 days. Press ‘Cycle’ button (icon of arrows in diamond pattern) after days are set.

Step 4. Set Regeneration Time (RT). We suggest setting to 2:00am. This is the time that the system will regenerate. Press ‘Cycle’ button after setting time.

Step 5. Set Hardness (H). Based on hardness test number. Press ‘Cycle’ button after set.

Step 6. Reserve Capacity (RC) should be set at 75 gallons per person in household. Example: 2 people x 75 gal = 150 reserve capacity. Press ‘Cycle’ button to complete.

We also have a great video that shows you how to program you Fleck 5600sxt on YouTube.

Fleck 7000sxt

When entering the master programming mode you will want to do the following:

Step 1. Set the time of day display to 12:01 P.M.

Step 2. Press the extra cycle button (to exit setting time of day mode)

Step 3. Press and hold the Up and down buttons together until the programming icon replaces the service icon and the display format (DF) screen appears

Step 4. You are not in the master programming

Step 5. Set the programming as shown below, after setting each parameter correctly, push the cycle button to get to the next parameter.

Step 6. After you are back to your clock, set your time to the actual time of day (do NOT push the cycle button unless you want to force a regeneration at the regeneration time set), you are now finished programming your unit.

If you have any questions please feel free to call 602abcWater. 

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