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Buff35 08-02-2010 01:26 PM

chemical free iron filter
 
Our well water has a very high concentration of iron and sulphide gas. We have a chemical free iron filter that usually does the trick however it seems to get plugged up with debris and stops working about once a year. Is this something I can clean myself? A plummer told me once that the hydrocharger head gets mucked up. How do I go about to clean that?

Akpsdvan 08-02-2010 01:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Buff35 (Post 479228)
Our well water has a very high concentration of iron and sulphide gas. We have a chemical free iron filter that usually does the trick however it seems to get plugged up with debris and stops working about once a year. Is this something I can clean myself? A plummer told me once that the hydrocharger head gets mucked up. How do I go about to clean that?

What is the name of the maker of the unit that you have? WaterSoft ?

Photo?

WaterSoft has three points that like to give challenges, the part where the air comes in, the little 6X35 tank and the valve on top of the media.

I have some that do most of the cleaning on their own and then there are others that would rather have me do it..


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