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WTB Water Softener Parts in the GTA?

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WTB Water Softener Parts in the GTA?

I have a Kenmore Ultrasoft 800 that's approaching 16 years old

I used to be able to walk in to a Sears or Sears Parts Direct (Or Amazon) and get parts for this thing anytime I had an issue.
Since the Demise of Sears, I no longer have a walk/call in option and Amazon Sellers have capitalized on this by doubling the prices on parts.

Anyone have any local sources for parts for these types of softeners?

I know of some online stores but they are taking up to a week to get the part to my house, usually when I have an issue it usually needs a timely repair and or the shipping costs more than the part.

Thanks
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You could try Marcone:https://www.marcone.com/

They may carry a generic part that fits your softener. I've used Marcone for parts for a Viking gas range and Kitchenaid dryer.
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audit13 wrote:
Jul 20th, 2019 9:44 am
You could try Marcone:https://www.marcone.com/

They may carry a generic part that fits your softener. I've used Marcone for parts for a Viking gas range and Kitchenaid dryer.
Thanks. Too bad their site doesn't seem to have a very robust search.
tralexus1 wrote:
Jul 20th, 2019 1:19 pm
Amre supply

https://www.amresupply.com
I would have thought so too but I tried them they don't have many parts for softeners. Washers dryers they're pretty good.
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I went to a store called eco water systems in Markham and and ordered parts that took a couple of days to get in for my softener that’s like 20 years old but they sell my brand there not sure about yours .
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I'm all for repairing things but don't you think by 16yrs it's done it's time?
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fusion2k2k wrote:
Jul 21st, 2019 2:16 pm
I'm all for repairing things but don't you think by 16yrs it's done it's time?
The resin must be close to the end of life ?

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