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How do I remove hardened salt from my water softener?

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
November 4th, 2010

Sears Genius II. The salt was in the unit when I bought the house, so may have been in there a while. It bridged over and I kept trying to cave it in. Finally, I poured hot water in to dissolve the salt. Now I have about 1 1/2 feet of hard salt and water in the bottom, and I don't seem to be getting soft water anymore.

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A water softener is great to have in your home. I found a link that may help you with the water and salt that is left in your water softener. I attached the link below. I hope you will get to enjoy your water softener!
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