View single post by nickfixit
 Posted: Sun Aug 13th, 2006 12:37 pm
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You can get water softening on some Fisher&Paykel dishdrawers. I haven't worked on one with the option, yet.

If you did fail to keep the salt reservoir filled, the resin bed would not get cleaned and ionized, and the resin beads would not be able to their job.

And yes, I too have serviced many water softeners. I used to live in central Pennsylvania and that area has some of the purest limestone deposits on earth. Water heaters don't last long in those conditions.


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