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How to Maintain Sears Water Softeners Without Warranty

How to Maintain Sears Water Softeners Without Warranty

 

At WaterSmart, we have been repairing Sears water softeners for over 20 years. We have extensive experience repairing Sears water softeners and can often complete repairs very quickly and inexpensively. Since Sears is closing its doors officially, many customers will be left with questions and void warranties, especially customers of appliances and household items, such as water softeners. If you are having issues with your Sears water softener we would be pleased to help solve your issue. Give us a call to learn more or to set up a time for us to take care of whatever issue you are having.

 

 

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If you have any questions about the problems you are having with your Sears water softener feel free to give us a call or send us an email as we would be happy to help. You can also review the information below on some of the common problems with Sears water softeners to self-diagnose the problem and determine the solution. To clarify, if you have purchased a water softener from Sears, it is most likely a Kenmore branded unit as Kenmore is the only water softener brand Sears sells. Kenmore is Sear's own brand that they own, sourcing suppliers to design and build the units for them. 

 

Common Problems with Sears Kenmore Water Softeners

 

 

One way to maintain your Sears/Kenmore water softener Is to regularly monitor it for common problems.

 
Leaky Softener Tank - Learn More

 

Check out this video.

 

No Soft Water - Learn More

 

If your system is just no outputting soft water you know you have an issue that needs to be solved. Here is a great video on a quick way to tell if your water is hard or soft.

 

 

 
Salt Tank Fills With Water - Learn More

 

If you have an issue with your Kenmore water softener being full of water, you are experiencing one of the more common problems with the Kenmore models. When this happens you will usually experience that you don't have soft water.

 
Water In Salt Tank About Half Way Up The Tank - Learn More

 

Another common concern we get calls about often is that people tell us that water is about halfway up their salt tank. If you have this issue, there is something wrong with your water softener. The good news is that most of the time if you have this issue it can be fixed easily. 

 

 

If you have a problem that needs fixing, feel free to give us a call or send us an email today, to book a free estimate to have it repaired. We can also replace your water softener with a completely new one if you choose not to repair the unit. 

 

Sears Water Softener Common Problems Online Troubleshooting

 

Decrease In Pressure - Learn More 

 

No Soft Water - Learn More

 

No Soft Water, Replace Or Repair - Learn More

 

Unit Full of Water - Learn More


How To Troubleshoot A Kenmore Water Softener - Learn More

 

 

Still stuck with your Kenmore water softener? WaterSmart can help
 

Trust WaterSmart with your Kenmore water softener repair. We have been in operation for over 20 years and have seen just about everything when it comes to Kenmore water softener repairs. The average lifespan of a water softener is about 10 years, however, if it is maintained well by professionals like the employees at Watersmart, it can last up to 20 years. If you have a problem with your water softener not using salt, we can fix it.

 

If there are other issues with your softener, whether it be a motor issue, resin issues, blockages, leaks, or some other less common problem, we are also able to fix them. Since Sears is going out of business and all warranties are void, it is better to maintain the softener now than wait for a problem to occur. Simply give us a call or send us an email today, to book a free estimate to have it repaired or visit one of our locations today. We service the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, and the surrounding areas. 

 

 

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