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Old 05-05-2015, 07:08 AM   #46
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New Resin does have some charge but not a full charge, and depending on water quality it could do more damage than good by running with out the first full charge.
Also the first regen is good to flush out broken beads and any dies from the making of the resin.
Also makes sure that the media bed in packed and ready to give the best that it can.
I just keep learning. I hope after all this, I haven't done "more damage than good" because my house water has been running through the resin for 2 days now. How do I make sure the media bed is packed? thanks
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Using the water over the last few days has packed the bed down so no worries there.
Just push the regen now and have it go through a cycle.
Is there still water in the salt tank for a brine?
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Old 05-05-2015, 07:28 PM   #48
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Using the water over the last few days has packed the bed down so no worries there.
Just push the regen now and have it go through a cycle.
Is there still water in the salt tank for a brine?
OK, so I ran a manual regen right after reading your above post & it seems to have completed without issue so this thread for me comes to an end & I will once again thank you Akpsdvan for all your help & guidance.

PS: yes there was water in the brine tank

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