Make certain that the main drive gear still turns freely. My proceedure was: Tigten the black circular round "nut" with the plastic wrench to "pretty tight". I have replaced the pistons and stack assembly and injector. As you get tighter there is essently no movement...? navigate here
Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next > DOCSCANTLIN New Member Joined: Sep 3, 2012 Location: Southern Maryland Gentlemen: I have a Clack WS1 type (ProMate1-Hellenbrand) softener. 10 years old. I removed it...still no suction. Joined: Aug 31, 2004 Occupation: Retired Location: Wherever I park the motorhome. Tags: C-series, WS1, WS-1, Clack, circuit board, 4000, 400, error, battery, 1001, jammed, stuck, stalls, reset Please Rate the Usefulness of this Article 10 ( Great Info ) 9 8 7 http://terrylove.com/forums/index.php?threads/clack-ws1-type-softener-no-suction-have-tried-everything.48325/
No change. Then you have a newer manual than I am aware of but... Again, are you sure you are seeing something amiss in the photo?Click to expand...
Let me know if you have any more suggestions before I purchase another assembly. The drive cap main gear was bottomed out and jammed. They couldn't miss an o-ring disappearing from the drain line fitting hole. Clack Ws1 Service Manual When I reconnected it, it worked for a week then I noticed the brine tank full of water and hard water.
On the brine cycle, I get pressure, no suction at the end of the brine hose, just a nice strong stream of water...pressure! Clack Error Code 1002 This could be similar issues as cause the Error 1001, or it could be motor not running at all. There seems to be some dirt on it with some of it wiped off. I haven't come across this myself, but I have heard of this happening.
Do not force the spacer stack assembly in. The sticker will have …… Fleck 5600SXT 48,000 grain water softener digitial sxt metered whole house system… Water Softener Parts, Valves, and Water Filters Fleck, GE Osmonics Autotrol, Sears / North The assembly is properly seated when at least four threads are exposed (approximately 5/8”). The drain flow is slow but works.
Should I bother doing a volume test on the drain line at this point. Ask for a free water analysis today! Clack Valve Error Codes If I have to buy a new stack/pistons assembly I will but, any other suggestions just in case it could be something else? Clack Ws1 Manual Pdf Excessive force can break the notches molded into the drive back plate.
I have moved the valve stack through it's entire travel by hand and at no point do I get suction. I don't recall seeing anything like a shelf in a Clack WS-1 but it may be your Hlllenbrand valve is a bit different than a stock Clack WS-1. from Hillenbrand and if not then who? and they seem to look okay. Water Softener Error Codes
The assembly is properly seated when at least four threads are exposed (approximately 5/8”). But lots of pressure. The clack diagragm cut away view does not show those "ledges". And if you look at your 3rd picture, down the drain line fitting hole, you can see about 1/3rd of the hole is blocked by a part of the stack, at
Looking at the left side of the hole, and assuming that is toward the back of the valve, it looks to me as if there is like a shelf in the Since the spacer stack assembly can be compressed it is easier to use a blunt object (5/8” to 1-1/8” in diameter) to push the center of the assembly into the control The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Gary Slusser, Sep 4, 2012 #8 DOCSCANTLIN New Member Joined: Sep 3, 2012 Location: Southern Maryland Mr. Generated Sat, 19 Nov 2016 16:36:09 GMT by s_mf18 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection Good'n snug doesn't sound like it was positioned correctly to me unless the instructions say good'n snug.
There are explicit instructions in the Clack WS-1service manual about how to replace the stack and pistons. DOCSCANTLIN said: ↑ Gary Slusser said: ↑ Good'n snug doesn't sound like it was positioned correctly to me unless the instructions say good'n snug. Make certain that the main drive gear still turns freely. That doesn't move obviously.
Sincerely, Doc DOCSCANTLIN, Sep 4, 2012 #9 Gary Slusser That's all folks! I would want to stop short as opposed to going too far/tight though and test it to see what suction I have and adjust if not a strong suction.