How to Troubleshoot a GE Water Softener?


GE makes many models of water softeners. To start to troubleshoot the water softener, you need to know what the problem is with it. If the problem is during the brining process, that might narrow down the cause. Two common reasons for those problems are the disc and gasket. Both or either one could need to be replaced.
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