Whirlpool Model WHES40 Model WHES44 Model WHESCS Water softener Installation and operation manual * How to install, operate and maintain your Demand Controlled Water Softener Our industry refers to this unit configuration as a tank in tank unit. In Arizona the salt can stick to the resin tank.
It is typically less than the rated efficiency, due to individual application factors including water hardness, water usage, and other contaminants that reduce a softener’s capacity. Model WHES40 Model WHES44 Model Code...
Light flashing slowly, along with the words “SCHEDULED CLEAN” in the display – Four months have elapsed on the system’s timer since start up or the last reset. This is a reminder to use Whirlpool® WHE- WSC Water Softener Cleanser three times a year. To reset the timer, press any button on the control panel and the flashing words will disappear.
Light on steady (not flashing) – The system has power applied and does not require any attention. When the power supply is plugged into the electrical outlet, the model code (“LL40” for Model WHES40 or “LL44” for Model WHES44) and a test number (example: J3.0), are briefly shown in the display. Then the words “CURRENT TIME”...
If you want to change the recharge start time, press the UP or DOWN buttons until the desired time shows. Be sure AM or PM is correct. SET SALT TYPE Press the PROGRAM button once again to display a flashing “nACL”. Salt Type allows you to choose between sodium chloride (NaCI), which is regular softener salt, or potassium chloride (KCI), which is an alternative to sodium chloride.
The softener enters the fill cycle of regeneration right away. “RECHARGE” will flash during the regeneration. When completed, full water conditioning capacity is restored. While water softener is running a recharge, the time remaining until the recharge is completed will show in the display during all cycles except for the Fill cycle.
button again will turn the light off. The tank light will automatically turn off after a period of 15 minutes if the tank light button is not used to turn it off. Customizing Features I Options POWER OUTAGE MEMORY If electrical power to the water softener is lost, “memory” built into the timer circuitry will keep all settings for several hours.
Press the PROGRAM button three times to return to the normal run display. MAXIMUM DAYS BETWEEN REGENERATIONS The water softener automatically controls regeneration frequency. This provides the greatest operating efficiency and, under most conditions, this feature should be left in this automatic mode. However, you may modify this feature if you want to force a regeneration every set number of days.
NOTE: In humid areas, it is best to keep the salt storage level lower, and to refill more often to avoid salt “bridging”. Recommended Salt: Nugget, pellet or coarse solar salts with less than 1% impurities. Salt Not Recommended: Rock salt, high in impurities, block, granulated, table, ice melting, ice cream making salts, etc.
Words in picture: 0-ring Seal; Screen Support; Screen; Nozzle & Venturi Disc; Plug; Gasket; Cone Screen; Flow Plug (HVDC) ;Housing; Ferrule *Install with lettered side up, concave Nut side down. IMPORTANT: Be sure small hole in the gasket is centered directly over the small hole in the nozzle & venturi housing.
Err I While an error code appears in the display, all buttons are inoperable except the PROGRAM button. PROGRAM remains operational so the service person can perform the Manual Advance Diagnostics, see below, to further isolate the problem. Procedure for removing error code from display: Unplug power supply from electrical outlet.
Press the DOWN button to display the number of regenerations initiated by this electronic control since the code number was entered. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the model code (“LL40” for Model WHES40 or “LL44” for Model WHES44) shows in the display. This code identifies the softener model. If an incorrect model code is displayed, the softener will operate on incorrect configuration data.
If water does not enter the tank, look for an obstructed nozzle, venturi, fill flow plug, brine tubing, or brine valve riser pipe. After observing fill, press the RECHARGE button to move the softener’s valve into the brine position. A slow flow of water to the drain will begin.
Tank Neck Clamp Kit (includes 2 ea. of Key Nos. 6 & 7) same Clamp Section (2 req.) same Retainer Clip (2 req.) 7161849 RepI. Resin Tank, 9″ x 40″, Model WHES40 7247996 RepI. Resin Tank, 10″ x 40″,Model WHES44 0502272 Resin, I Cu. ft. 7310202 Repl.
7337482 Power Supply, 28V DC 7335163 RepI. Electronic Control Board (PWA) 7267116 Top Cover & Faceplate Assembly, (order decal below) 7335553 Faceplate Decal Key No. Part No. Description 7262661 Salt Lid (order decal below) 7336622 Instruction Decal 7262768 7335901 Cover, Brinewell 7137824 Brinewell Assembly (including salt level decal) –...
Valve Parts List Key No. Part No. Description 7224087 Screw, #8-32 x 1″ (2 req.) 7286039 Motor (incl. 2 ea. of Key No. 100) 7231393 Motor Plate 0900857 Screw, #6-20 x 3/8″ (3 req.) 7171250 Bearing 7283489 Cam & Gear –...
same 0-Ring, 4-1/2″ x 4-7/8″ same Rotor Seal same Seal same Seal, Nozzle & Venturi 7174313 Bearing, Wave Washer 7185500 Rotor& Disc – 7342712 Drain Plug Kit, 1″ same Plug, Drain Seal same Spring 7337589 Clip, 1″, pack of 4 7342704 Installation Adaptor, 1″, pack of 2, including 2 ea.
To order repair parts call 1 (480) 969-7251, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm Mountain time. *SOURCE: Whirlpool 7345469 (REV. B 03/30/15) To order repair parts call 1 (480) 969-7251, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm Mountain time...