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II have a water softener but my ice taste like salt? Answered

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bravoechonovember1 (author)2015-11-12

are you in an area of fresh water or salt?

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Downunder35m (author)2015-11-09

Salt can only be removed by reverse osmosis, everything else might lower the salt content but not enough.
You basically need a mini- desalination plant ;)
Fix it or get it fixed, until then drink bottled water and don't use salt when cooking your noodles ;)

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Josehf Murchison (author)2015-11-09

Drinking water and cooking water should never go through the water softener,it should bypass the water softener.

So I'm not surprised your Ice is salty.

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Your water softener uses salt to wash out the ion exchange chamber.

As JM says you should/must not connect your drinking water through the softener - in fact in the UK it would be illegal to do that. get a plumber in.

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It is extremely bad for people with high blood pressure.

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yea it was all ready in when I bought it and when they plumed it they did a terrible job I have to tear a wall apart to fix it Thanks I was hoping there was a filter or something I could use to help till I could get to it

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Until you get it fixed you can use bottled water and a Brita Water Filter.

We don't use a water softener, but we only drink bottled or Brita filtered water purely for the taste of it.

I don't know if a Brita will take the salt out of the water but it does a great job removing chlorine and other flavors like sulfur.

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