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Step 2.

Aeration Operation Air Recharge Cycle When energized, the air pump sends air through the solenoid valve into one end of the shuttle valve. Once air pressure in the shuttle valve is greater than the water supply pressure at the other end of the shuttle valve, the piston shifts to the open position. In the open position, the bleed-off port discharges excess water and old air to the drain port through a flow restrictor. Simultaneously, the air inlet port opens to provide a direct connection between the air pump and the top of the media tank. The air pump runs for a preset period of time recharging the head of air in the media tank. Air Recharge Shut Off The timer turns power off to the air pump and the solenoid valve at the end of the recharge cycle. The solenoid valve then closes the port between the air pump and the shuttle valve. The port between the shuttle valve and the atmosphere opens and releases air pressure. This allows water pressure to shift the piston to the closed position. With the piston in the closed position, the air recharge inlet port is closed and direct communication between the bleed off tube and the drain port is also closed. Timer Operation A timer controls the air recharge cycle and how frequently it occurs. The timer simultaneously energizes the air pump and the solenoid valve. After a preset amount of time, the timer shuts off the air pump and de-energizes the solenoid valve. Solenoid Valve Operation The solenoid valve is a three-way valve having ports that connect to the air pump, shuttle valve and the atmosphere. In the service cycle, the solenoid valve is de-energized and closes the port to the air pump, providing a positive shut-off to the pump. This prevents water from backing up into the air pump and damaging the pump. In the air recharge cycle, the solenoid valve closes the port to the atmosphere and opens the port from the air pump. Shuttle Valve Operation In the service position, water pressure holds the shuttle valve piston in the closed position, trapping the airhead in the media tank and closes the air recharge inlet port and drain port. During air recharge cycle, air pressure is greater than the water pressure and forces the shuttle valve piston in the open piston. The shuttle valve has an internal pressure relief valve that will relieve pressure (greater than 100 psi) that may build up in the media tank. This precautionary function protects components from failure due to excessive pressure.

Step 3.

Filter Tank Operation - Backwash Cycle Reversing the flow of water through the filter bed and backwashing dirty water to the drain cleans the filter bed. Raw water enters the filter control valve through the inlet port and is directed down the distributor tube and out the lower distributor at the bottom of the tank, flowing upward through the multimedia filter bed toward the top of the tank into the control valve. Water is then directed through a specific flow restrictor and out the drain port to be discharged to drain.

Introduction (cont.)

Step 4.
Filter Tank Operation - Rinse Cycle The rinse cycle packs the clean filter bed. Raw water enters the control valve through the inlet port and is directed downward through the filter bed into the bottom distributor, up the distributor tube into the control valve. Water is then directed through a specific flow restrictor and out the drain port to be discharged to drain. Operation Of Aeration Pump The Sulfur-Cleer system introduces air into the media tank and bleeds off the old head of air automatically. The exchange of the air into the media tank is controlled independently of the recharge frequency of the filter media tank, allowing the air to be exchanged on a more frequent basis. During an air exchange cycle, the air compressor pumps fresh air into the media tank and the air eliminator solenoid exhausts the old air.
Iron and Trace Hydrogen Sulfide
When applying the filter on water sources with only iron present or with levels of hydrogen sulfide less than 1 ppm, only backwashing will be needed to regenerate the filter. In some applications, odors may develop over time and the media bed may need to be sanitized. In general, bleach will not be required more than once per month and users generally find that it is needed no more than once every four to six months, if at all.
Hydrogen Sulfide - Over 1 PPM
When applying the filter on water sources with hydrogen sulfide levels of 1 - 5 ppm, backwashing every three days and eduction of diluted non-scented bleach on occasion may be needed. Regeneration with bleach is only necessary when hydrogen sulfide is present in the product water. Although the air compressor provides much of the action needed to reduce hydrogen sulfide, the bleach will super oxygenate the Culligan CIM media to enhance effectiveness. Overdosing with bleach will cause a faster breakdown of the media. Therefore, any chlorine dosing scheme involves a compromise between media life and hydrogen sulfide reduction.

Operating Conditions

The concentration limits listed below reflect the minimum or maximum individual limit that each contaminant was tested for separately without any interference of other contaminants in the influent water. In reality, however, we know that these contaminants may be present in combination which may limit the filters ability to remove these contaminants in higher concentrations. In some cases, individual sellers of this equipment have had success removing higher concentrations of contaminants - iron, for example - above the limitations we have listed. If you are considering the installation of this system for the reduction/removal of iron, manganese and/or hydrogen sulfide beyond the printed operating conditions below, we recommend that you consult the manufacturer for proper application. Installation of this system under these circumstances may void part(s) and/or all of the system warranty. General Instructions Observe all state and plumbing codes, electrical codes and drain restrictions. The system and installation must comply with all state and local laws and regulations. Most codes require an anti-syphon device or airgap. For installations in Massachusetts, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Code 248 CMR shall be adhered to. Consult with your licensed plumber for installation of this system. Alkalinity A minimum alkalinity of 100 ppm is required for efficient removal of iron and hydrogen sulfide. Hydrogen Sulfide Often referred to as rotten egg odor, hydrogen sulfide will be reduced significantly on water supplies containing less than 5 ppm as tested by Culligan. Consult the factory if hydrogen sulfide concentrations are greater than 5 ppm. Iron This system is rated for a maximum of 10 ppm of ferrous (clear water) iron. Consult the factory if iron bacteria is present. Organic Matter (Tannins) The presence of organic matter such as tannins will prevent the oxidation process of converting the dissolved element, such as iron or manganese, to a non-soluble precipitate or solid substance, allowing it to be filtered out. The Sulfur-Cleer is not designed to remove organic bound iron. pH The pH level of the influent water must be 7.0 - 8.5.
Filtered Water Wall Mounted Aeration Assemby To Hose Bibs Drain Line
Unfiltered Water Water Heater Air Gap

Filter

Note: Waste connections or drain outlets shall be designed and constructed to provide for connection to the sanitary waste system through an air gap of 2 pipe diameters or 25.4 mm (1 in.) whichever is larger.

Water Meter

Figure 1

Power Loss

The Circuit oard is equipped with a Hi-Cap Capacitor and EEPROM memory chip. The capacitor is capable of maintaining the time, for at least two days, in the event of a power outage. The EEPROM ensures that the individual programming parameters of your filter are not lost.

Familiarization

If the power outage lasts long enough to drain the Hi-Cap Capacitor, the control will flash 12:00 PM when power is returned to the control. The unit will continue to keep time from the moment power is restored, and will initiate a full regeneration at the preset regeneration time. The time of day will need to be reset in order to return the regeneration to its preset time. If you live in an area where power outages occur with a regular frequency, a battery backup option is available for ensuring that the time of day is properly maintained. Contact your Culligan Dealer for more information.

Regeneration

To initiate a regeneration at the preset time, press the REGEN button. The REG light will light. To initiate an immediate regeneration, press and hold the REGEN button for at least five seconds. The REG will light and blink. An immediate regeneration will also occur if a power outage has lasted for more than four hours and the Immediate Regeneration option is chosen. Ask your Culligan Dealer about this feature. A regeneration at the Time of Regeneration will occur if so signaled by the Soft-Minder meter. The REG enunciator on the display will also be lit.

Service

Culligans Sulfur-Cleer water filter is equipped with a self diagnostic program to insure optimal operation of your water filter. Should service become necessary, a phone icon will appear in the display. If this condition occurs, call your local Culligan Dealer for assistance. The phone icon and error code will be the only items displayed when service is required on the control.

Familiarization (cont.)

Modes of Operation

Manual Regeneration

Pressing and holding the regen button for 5 seconds will initiate an immediate regeneration. The beeper is to give one beep at the start of manual regeneration (when the motor starts to turn). In delay mode, pressing and releasing the regen button will light the regen icon for regeneration to occur at the set delay time. Pressing and releasing the regen button again will turn off the regen icon.
The circuit board is equipped with a Hi-Cap Capacitor and EEPROM memory chip. The capacitor is capable of maintaining the time, for at least one day, in the event of a power outage. The EEPROM ensures that the individual programming parameters of your softener are not lost. If the power outage lasts long enough to drain the Hi-Cap Capacitor, the control will flash 12:00 PM when power is returned to the control. The unit will continue to keep time from the moment power is restored, and will initiate a full regeneration at the preset regeneration time. The time of day will need to be reset in order to return the regeneration to its preset time. If you live in an area where power outages occur with a regular frequency, a battery backup option is available for ensuring that the time of day is properly maintained. Contact your Culligan Dealer for more information. Display Program Key Regeneration Key Information Key Toggle (-) Down Key Toggle (+) Up Key

Minutes Flashing

Hours Flashing

Programming (cont.)

Time of Regeneration - This setting is used to program the time at which a regeneration is to occur in the delay mode. The display will first show tor for two seconds. After tor is shown the display will then show the default of 2:00 AM (or the current programmed time of regeneration if already set). The time can be adjusted in 30 minute increments by pressing the + or - keys. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.

Time Flashing

Meter Factor (Use the default of 80 for meter factor. 80 is the proper setting for the standard Culligan 1 meter.) This setting is used to determine the number of pulses that are to be counted to represent a set volume of water (IE: gallon or liter). This factor will be used for all flow calculations. It will only appear if a flow meter is connected to the circuit board. The display will first show meter for two seconds and then display the meter factor default (or the previously programmed value). Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Regeneration Interval - This setting is used to set the days between regenerations in time clock mode. It is also active in meter mode if the time clock backup DIPswitch # 6 is set to on. The display will show REGEN icon with dAYS and the value to set. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step. For single unit time clock mode only ( Meter not connected), the following optional day of week setting will be available to trigger a regeneration. The display will show dAYoWK for 2 seconds followed by NO. The + or - key will toggle yes or no (default is NO). A yes response will indicate that the control is to perform a regeneration on specific days of the week. Pressing STATUS will save and advance to the next step. If NO was chosen, then the control will only initiate regenerations based upon the interval (in number of days) and the display will show days 03, as shown above. If YES was chosen, then the specific days of the week to regenerate will be selected as follows. The display will show dAY for two seconds followed by SUN N. The regen key toggles the days of the week and the + and - keys toggle Y or N. Pressing the STATUS key saves and advances to the next step.
If any of the days were set to yes, the display will show SETDAY followed by SUN. This selects the current day of the week. The + or - key toggles through the days of the week and pressing the STATUS key saves the setting and advances to the next programming step. If ALL of the days were set to no, then days 03 will appear as shown above and the regeneration interval will be set in number of days. Pressing the STATUS key saves the setting and advances to the next programming step. NOTE:

1. If any day of the week is set to yes, the regeneration interval in number of days (Days 03) will no longer appear when going through the programming menu at a later time. To go back from specific day of week regeneration to interval in number of days, choose NO at dAYoWK. 2. If a DIPswitch is changed anytime after the control has been programmed to regenerate on any specific day, all settings will revert back to default; specific days to regenerate and current day will have to be reprogrammed.
Cycle 1 Time (Backwash) - This setting is used to program the cycle 1 time that is usually backwash. The time of the cycle is kept in minutes. The display will show bw in the left most digits and the cycle time in the right most digits. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Use the default value of 10 minutes, or the appropriate time to allow the drain flow to be clear. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Cycle 2 Time (Brine Draw/Slow Rinse) - This setting is used to set the time in minutes for cycle 2. This cycle is usually brine draw / slow rinse for softeners and a settling time for filters. The display will show br in the left most digits and the cycle time in the right most digits. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Adjust this cycle to 90 minutes if educting diluted bleach. Adjust this cycle to 2 minutes if not educting diluted bleach. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Cycle 3 Time (Fast Rinse/Refill) - This setting is used to set the time in minutes for cycle 3. This cycle is usually fast rinse for softeners and filters. The display will show Fr followed by the cycle time for this step. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Adjust the cycle time to 6 minutes. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Filter Media Life - This setting is available only with flow meter attached. It enables or disables an alert code (CHANGE MEDIA) that indicates the end of life for the filter media. The display will show LIFE in the left most characters and toggle between Y and N in the right most character with the + and - keys. If NO is selected, the alarm is disabled and the Maximum Capacity setting will be treated as it normally would by triggering an immediate regen. If YES is selected the alert is enabled and will sound when the Total Flow/Life of Unit statistic = Maximum Capacity setpoint, indicating that it is time to change the filter media.

CHANGE MEDIA

Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Maximum Capacity Set Point - This setting is used to program a value that corresponds to the maximum capacity that can be expected from a unit before it is completely exhausted. If the unit reaches this set point an immediate regeneration will occur with dip#4 is set to delay mode and IMMED set in the hidden menu. This setting will only appear if a flow meter is connected to the circuit board. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. The display will show the REGEN icon and MAXCAP for two seconds and then display the REGEN icon, and the setting numbers to adjust. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Batch Set Point - This setting is used to set the trip point for a regeneration when in flow meter operation. It will only appear if a flow meter is connected to the circuit board. The display will show the REGEN icon and bAtch for two seconds and then display the REGEN icon and the setting numbers to adjust. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Pressing the Status key will save the setting and move to the next programming step.
Maintenance Interval - This setting is active only when dip #2 is on. It used to trigger a notice indicating that a maintenance inspection for the system should occur, after counting down the programmed number of days. The display will show MAINT for two seconds, followed by the value to adjust. Adjust the value with the + or - keys. After the programmed number of days has counted down, the Maintenance Alert shall appear on the display (MAINT) every 10 seconds, for 2 seconds at a time, and the beeper shall beep every 30 seconds.

MAINT 365

Auxiliary Output #1 ON Time - This setting is used to control the ON time of the aux1 output which turns on the compressor and vent solenoid. The aux 1 output should act independently, however, it should never be activated during a regeneration. Upon power up or immediately after a regen, the ON time should start. The ON can also be started manually. The display will show the AUX 1 icon with ON and the value to be set (unit of measure is seconds). Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Whenever the output is energized, AUX 1 icon is to light and the led indicator on the front of the circuit board will flash Pressing the Status key save the setting and will move to the next programming step.
Auxiliary Output #1 Gallons to Signal (Meter Mode only) - This setting is used to control when the aux1 output (Compressor) ON time actually starts. Once the programmed number of gallons has flowed, the output will turn on for the programmed amount of ON time. Once the ON time expires and the output turns off, the gallon counter will reset. The display will show the AUX 1 icon with GAL and the value to be set (unit of measure is in gallons). Adjust the value with the + or - keys. Pressing the Status key save the setting and will move to the next programming step.

FLOW I8.0 TU I 23 AVG I 23 I4 DAY I0 MAINT 365
Normally, all water except outside lines passes through the water conditioner. There are times when the water conditioner should be bypassed, using the push-button Cul-Flo-Valv Bypass, or a 3-way bypass valve. You should bypass: 1. If lines to outside faucets do not bypass the water conditioner, and you do not want to waste soft water on lawn sprinkling or other outside uses. 2. If you are going away on vacation and want to save salt by not having the unit recharge while youre away.
When and How to Bypass Your Water Conditioner

Bypass Valve

In the back of Culligan water conditioners is a Cul-Flo-Valv Bypass. To bypass unit, simply turn the blue knob clockwise. To return to soft water service, reverse the procedure - turn the blue knob counterclockwise.

Bypassed

To BYPASS, turn the blue knob clockwise (see directional arrow on end of knob) until the knob stops as shown. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN!

About 1-1/4

A screwdriver shank may be used in the slot (arrow) as a lever for extra turning force if needed.

Soft Water

To return to SERVICE, turn the blue knob counter-clockwise (see directional arrow on end of knob) until the knob stops as shown. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN!

Regeneration with Bleach

Caution! USE AND HANDLING OF HOUSEHOLD BLEACH Bleach is a strong oxidizing agent. It can cause severe irritation or damage to eyes and skin. Observe all precautions stated on the bleach container. Store the bleach in a cool dry place out of reach of children and pets. Do not store an unmarked container or a container with any markings which could mislead someone as to its actual contents. Keep the bleach covered when not in use and tightly closed.
When bleach is used to regenerate the Sulfur-Cleer, Culligan strongly recommends the dealer set-up a service contract with the customer to initiate the regeneration when required. If a service contract is not practical, then Culligan recommends the dealer and the customer strictly abide by the following procedure when regenerating with bleach: The dealer must instruct the customer on the handling of chlorine and review the DANGER statements on the bleach bottle with the customer. The dealer must review the first aid instructions on the bleach bottle with the customer. The dealer must be present with the customer during the first regeneration. Protective eyewear and gloves are required.

E. Exceeding recommended filter system flow rate. F. Regeneration during service flow demand. G. Raw water bleeding through filter.
Troubleshooting Guide (cont.)
Complaint Water leaking from relief valve. Water is effervescent
Problem A. Dirt lodged under seat of valve. B. Faulty or defective relief valve A. This can be expected when water is aerated under pressure.
Cause 1. Pressure has exceeded rating on relief valve and caused valve to open 1. Water supply has been naturally aerated under well system pressure. As water is released to the atmosphere, air molecules separate from the water molecules.
Solution 1. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 1. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 1. This natural phenomenon will typically dissipate to the atmosphere in a matter of seconds. If preferred, water can be drawn and stored in an open container prior to use (i.e. fill a pitcher and store in the refrigerator for cool, fresh drinking water). 1. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 2. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 3. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 1. Repair or replace well pump system. 2. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 1. Clean drain line flow control, control valve body, seals, spacers and piston assemblies 1. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 2a. Repair well pump system. 2b. If the cause was due to temporary loss of water main pressure; the problem will most likely correct itself with the return of continuous pressure. 1. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 2. Call your Culligan dealer for service.
Loss of pressure A. See complaint #1, problem A & B Air spurting at outside or nonfiltered water fixtures. A. Inlet check valve not sealing. 1. Improper installation location. 2. Foreign material preventing check valve. 3. Worn or faulty check valve.
Air spurting from filtered water fixtures.
Loss of media through drain line.
A. Reduced pressure 1. Service flow demand is in distribution system. greater than water supply available from well pump system. 2. Water flow is restricted by supply piping and/or water treatment equipment. A. New filter 1. New filter media is shipped backwashed during in a dry condition and must first 24 hours after soak for 24 hours to become installation. fully saturated before a backwash cycle. B. Air passing 1. Excess air accumulated through filter during in media tank from aeration backwash. pump. 2. Excess air accumulated in filter system from water supply or well pump.
Excessive noise during regeneration.
A. Howling or whistling noise during regeneration cycle.
1. Inadequate drain line size. 2. Drain line is vibrating against other pipes, conduits, pipe hangers, heat ducts, floor joists,etc.

Complaint Water is running to drain continuously.

Problem

Solution 1. Assure continuous electrical service is available. (check plug, breaker, fuse, etc.) 2. Replace circuit board. 3. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 4. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 1. Call your Culligan dealer for service. 2. Call your Culligan dealer for service.
A. Control valve is 1. Electrical service stuck in regeneration to control(s) has been cycle. interrupted. 2. Faulty circuit board. 3. Faulty drive motor. 4. Foreign material lodged in piston. 1. Low pH condition of the raw water supply. 2. In rare occasions, highly aerated water in combination with a specific water supply can create a slightly corrosive condition. 1. Compressor unplugged. 2. Relay settings incorrect. 3. Bad relay.

Blue green staining.

A. Corrosive water condition in copper distribution piping system.

Compressor doesnt run.

Compressor run with excessive noise. Compressor runs continuously.
1. Dead head pressure is 65 psi. 2. Dead head pressure is 65 psi. 1. Incorrect relay settings 2. Bad relay.
1. Plug it in. 2. Call your Culligan for service. 3. Call your Culligan for service. 1. Call your Culligan for service. 2. Call your Culligan for service. 1. Call your Culligan for service. 2. Call your Culligan for service.
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Performance Data Sheet

Culligan Sulfur-Cleer Water Filter
Important Notice Read this data sheet and compare the capabilities of the unit to your actual water treatment needs. Culligan recommends that you have your water supply tested to determine these needs before purchasing a water treatment unit. Culligan knows the more informed you are about your water treatment system, the more confident you will be about its performance. Its because of this more than seventy years of commitment to our customers that Culligan is providing this Performance Data Sheet to its customers. Manufacturer Culligan International Company 9399 W. Higgins Rd., Suite 1100, Rosemont, IL 60018 1-800-CULLIGAN or (847) 430-2800 www.culligan.com

Substance Reduction

Model Substance USEPA SDWA* MCL (MG/L) Percent Average Influent Average Effluent Reduction Concentration Level Concentration Level

Sulfur-Cleer

0.3 mg/L

9.82 mg/L

< 0.1
* United States Environmental Protection Agency Safe Drinking Water Act

Testing Conditions

Capacity: Flow Rate: pH: 1,000 gallons) 5 gpm 8.0 Pressure: Acidity: 60 psi Non-Corrosive Temperature: 63F - 73F
Rated Pressure Drop @ 5 gpm: 9 psi
Water Pressure Limits: Temperature Limits: 20 - 60 psi 33 - 120F
Electrical Characteristics: 120V/60 Hz 7 Watts continuous
Systems tested against S-200 for the effective reduction of iron. This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI 42 for the reduction of iron. The concentration of iron in water entering the system was reduced to a concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit for water leaving the system as specified in NSF/ANSI 42. Testing was performed under laboratory conditions, actual results may vary. Performance Indicator: If water flow decreases or a noticeable odor returns, the filter should be reconditioned. If conditions do not improve, contact your local Culligan dealer. He can determine if your filter requires servicing. Regeneration Frequency: Regeneration frequency will vary depending upon water conditions. Refer to your Installation and Operation Instructions, Parts List and Printed Warrantees for more specific product information. To avoid contamination from improper handling and installation, your system should only be installed and serviced by your Culligan Man. Performance may vary based on local water conditions. The substances reduced by this product are not necessarily in your water.
Buyer Signature Seller Signature

Date Date

Important Data on Your Water Filter
It is advisable to have the salesperson or installer fill in the information below for your future reference. If this has not been done, please ask for it, as it is necessary if you contact your dealer.

Records and Data

Identification
Model Name Control Model No. Date of Installation Catalog No. Control Serial No. Tank Serial No.

Settings

Time of Recharge: ______ a.m. ______ p.m.
Regeneration Interval __________ days (Time clock models) Number of people in household

Water Analysis

Total Hardness _______ (gpg) Total Iron _______ (ppm)
Hydrogen Sulfide____________ (ppm) Other
Culligan Limited Warranty
Culligan Sulfur-Cleer Automatic Water Filters

You have just purchased one of the finest water conditioners made. As an expression of our confidence in Culligan International Company products, your water conditioner is warranted to the original end-user, when installed in accordance with Culligan specifications, against defects in material and workmanship from the date of original installation, as follows: For a period of ONE YEAR For a period of FIVE YEARS For a period of TEN YEARS The entire conditioner The circuit board The control valve body, excluding internal parts The conditioner tank
If a part described above is found defective within the specified period, you should notify your inde pendently operated Culligan dealer and arrange a time during normal business hours for the dealer to inspect the water conditioner on your premises. Any part found defective within the terms of this warranty will be repaired or replaced by the dealer. You pay only freight from our factory and local dealer charges. We are not responsible for damage caused by accident, fire, flood, freezing, Act of God, misuse, misapplication, neglect, oxidizing agents (such as chlorine, ozone, chloramines and other related components), alteration, installation or operation contrary to our printed instructions, or by the use of accessories or components which do not meet Culligan specifications, is not covered by this warranty. Refer to the specifications section in the Installation and Operating manual for application parameters. Our product performance specifications are furnished with each water conditioning unit. To the extent permitted by law, culligan disclaims all implied warranties, including without limitation warranties of merchantability and fitness for particular purpose; to the extent required by law, any such implied warranties are limited in duration to the one-year period specified above for the entire conditioner. As a manufacturer, we do not know the characteristics of your water supply or the purpose for which you are purchasing a water conditioner. The quality of water supplies may vary seasonally or over a period of time, and your water usage rate may vary as well. Water characteristics can also differ considerably if your water conditioner is moved to a new location. For these reasons, we assume no liability for the determination of the proper equipment necessary to meet your requirements, and we do not authorize others to assume such obligations for us. Further, we assume no liability and extend no warranties, express or implied, for the use of this product with a non-potable water source. Our obligations under this warranty are limited to the repair or replacement of the failed parts of the water conditioner, and we assume no liability whatsoever for direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special, general, or other damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Similarly, some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Consult your telephone directory for your local independently operated Culligan dealer, or write Culligan International Company for warranty and service information.

Culligan International Company
9399 W. Higgins Road., Suite 1100 Rosemont, Illinois 60018 1-800-CULLIGAN or (847) 430-2800 www.culligan.com
You Get Your Water Expert, The Culligan Man
Were here to provide you with fast, dependable service, making sure any problems you have are taken care of. The Culligan Man has been around for over seventy years, delivering dependable service all along. Thats why people say Hey, Culligan Man! Because were the water experts. And thats who you want taking care of your water.

The Culligan Promise

At Culligan, we understand that a water quality improvement system is an investment in your familys well-being. Thats why our 1,350 independently operated dealers worldwide dont just sell products; they sell water quality you can count on. We stand behind our products with written limited warranties and our unequaled Culligan service. No matter where you live, you can depend on Culligan expertise to work for you today and tomorrow.
2007 Culligan International Company

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Materials & Description: Sulfur-Cleer Filter Series Owners Guide Size: Color: Stock: Other: 11 x 17 Black, 2 Sided 20# White Collate, Bookletmaker (Fold to 8 1/2 x 11) Saddle Stitch with 2 Staples Standard 3 Hole Drill

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