Model #625348491 Kenmore water softener

  • Softener Assembly
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  • Brine Valve Assembly
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  • Valve Assembly
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  • Bypass Installation Valve
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Water Softener Model 625348491

A:

Thank you for your question.

I can understand wondering why after you have fixed the problem you still water has in the salt storage tank.

I think you have fixed the problem.

You will need to remove all the water from the salt tank down you about 4 inches from the bottom.

This may include any salt that you have in the tank so you can remove the water.

First remove the wet salt into a container. Then either dip out the water or use a wet/dry vacuum to remove the salt water from the tank.

If you use a wet/dry vacuum make sure you do a through job of rinsing out the vacuum of any salt residue.

You can then return the salt to the tank and the unit should work fine.

If you are referring to the screen in the top of the brine valve tube is for filtering out any large particles from getting into the venturi passages.

I hope this will help.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
July 07, 2011
Q:

I have a Kenmore Water softener, model 625-348491. It is full of water. What must I do to get it out.

A:

The best way to get the water out of the water softener is with a wet vac. Be careful how you dispose of the water, it will be salty and will kill plants.

You will need to find out why the tank filled with water. You might have something leaking in the valve at the top of the resin tank. You could also have a stopped up nozzle venturi not drawing brine.

If the problem is in the nozzle venturi, the brine valve also needs cleaning. The brine valve should have kept the water from filling the tank.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
May 18, 2009
Q:

My Kenmore softener model 625348491 won't regenerate and shows no activity on touchpad display.

A:

The water softener operates on 24 volts furnished by the transformer that plugs into the wall. Check the voltage from the transformer. If the transformer is furnishing voltage to the control board the control board has failed.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician