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Customizing Features / Options - Whirlpool WHES30 Installation And Operation Manual

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Customizing Features / Options

RECHARGE
The RECHARGE button is used to initiate an immedi-
ate recharge.
1. Press and hold the RECHARGE button until the
words "RECHARGE", "SERVICE" and "FILL" flash
in the display.
RECHARGE initiated
The softener enters the fill cycle of regeneration right
away. "RECHARGE" will flash during the regenera-
tion. When completed, full water conditioning capaci-
ty 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.
NOTE: Avoid using hot water while the softener is
regenerating, because the water heater will
refill with bypass hard water.
RECHARGE SCHEDULED
If you do not want to start an immediate recharge, but
would like to schedule an extra recharge at the next
preset recharge time, do the following:
1. Press and release (do not hold) the RECHARGE
button.
RECHARGE scheduled
The words "RECHARGE SCHEDULED" flash in the
display, and the softener will recharge at the next
recharge time. The word "RECHARGE" will flash dur-
ing the regeneration. When completed, full water
conditioning capacity is restored.
WATER FLOW INDICATOR
Whenever the softener has water flowing from the
outlet port, the display will show water droplets scroll-
ing down the right hand side of the screen (See
Figure 21). The faster the water flow, the faster the
droplets will flash.
FIG. 19
POWER OUTAGE MEMORY
If electrical power to the water softener is lost, "mem-
ory'' built into the timer circuitry will keep all settings
for several hours. While the power is out, the display
is blank and the water softener will not regenerate.
When electrical power is restored, the following will
occur:
Reset the present time only if the display is flashing.
The HARDNESS and RECHARGE TIME never
require resetting unless a change is desired. Even if
the clock is incorrect after a long power outage, the
softener operates as it should to keep your water soft.
However, regenerations may occur at the wrong time
of day until you reset the clock to the correct time of
day.
NOTE: If the water softener was regenerating when
FIG. 20
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Droplets indicate water
flow through softener
power was lost, it will now finish the cycle.
FIG. 21

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