Culligan Medallist Series problem


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Old 08-04-09, 03:41 PM
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I have a Culligan Medallist Series 30 or 45, I'm not to sure. It's leaking water and emptying in the drain behind the washer. It's either a piston or valve or both. Is this a DIY job or should I take out a small loan and call Culligan. I'd really like to tackle the problem myself. I've researched this and found that parts may be hard to come by. Any help would be appreciated. Just to let you know, I've bypassed the water softener so the leaking has stopped for now. I also watched a video of a guy changing the piston, seals, and spacers on a Fleck 5600. He made it look easy. The question is ... will it be easy to do the same thing on MY water softener?
 
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i have sent you a PM sent
 
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Old 08-26-09, 09:09 PM
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This site may have your model which shows the internal parts. It's not hard to change the seal packs.
 
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Old 08-27-09, 05:04 AM
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does anybody know where i could get the seal kit from because i have the exact same problem as the original post here??
can it be ordered ONLINE?? or i'd have to go to a culligan supplier/dealer??
i can replace the seals myself, is just a matter on getting them.

thanks.
 
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Culligan Medalist Series 30

I have the same type of leak problem. Where can I get the parts to fix it. It doesn't l
 
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After checking the site by cukkigan man, I got the parts blow-up. Then after opening the unit went to Ace Hardware and bought an o-ring for $1.78 which fixed the problem.
 
 

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