Thanks hawkin111 !! You gave me the motivation to take my laser 30 apart AGAIN! I rebuilt it with all new gaskets, had to grind off 3 of the 6 screws
Dan O. is probably right, Culligan is Proprietary and have things made only for them. That way you have to go back for parts. The motor you described
The wax motor damaging the control board was frequent failure. I'm afraid I do not know what is causing your current problem. Sorry.
Often just the motors for timers are not available separately but if they are, it would likely have to come from Culligan or one of their suppliers.
I have a Culligan water softener that needs a new timer motor. I did remove the suspicious unit and direct plugged into 120V. It does a quick buzz, then
There was a burned spot in the board between a resistor and the first pin of the p7 connector. what it was doing was not letting the fill valve cut back
The best way to re attach the nozzle to the burn pot is with silver solder. I have done several of these and the silver solder is stronger then the original
I don't know what your current problem might be besides maybe an installation error or maybe a defective part (fairly unlikely) or but...
hey guys i have a maytag neptune washer that will start and start filling as long as you are holding the start button the led light does not light up