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Model GXSH45V

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Store SO SKU #666964

45,000 Grain Water Softener

$700.00 /each
  • Easy to use up-front electronic controls
  • Features an audible alarm
  • Includes indicator lights

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The GE 44100-Grain Water Softener System features SmartSoft technology that monitors water usage and anticipates future demand so you don't run out of soft water. It has a 160 grains per gallon maximum hardness-removal capacity and it also removes 12 PPM of iron. Handy features such as programmable operation, an alarm and indicator lights and a permanent memory offer reliable, hassle-free operation. This system has the capacity and convenience features that make it ideal for families of 4 or more.

  • Easy to use up-front electronic controls with status light indicator
  • 45,100 Grain capacity
  • Efficiency (5120 gpg)
  • Maximum hardness removal (160 gpg)
  • Maximum iron removal (12 ppm)
  • Salt capacity (230 lbs)
  • GE exclusive custom select blending valve, allows you to select how soft you want your water
  • GE exclusive salt saver, Helps reduce salt consumption and uses up to 34% less salt (Based on internal analysis verses GE water softeners manufactured prior to 2009)
  • GE exclusive SmartSoft technology, ensures there is always plenty of softened water available by "learning" a family's water-use patterns
  • GE exclusive days to empty, makes sure you never have to guess when to refill the salt tank
  • Uses up to 35% less water (Based on internal analysis verses GE water softeners manufactured prior to 2009)
  • Self-cleaning sediment filter protects your home's plumbing
  • Plumbing connection up to 1.25 in.

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How well does this unit work on well water?

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January 5, 2015
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Dear Valued HomeDepot Customer,
We reached out to the MFG for more information and below is their response.
" Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system."
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December 18, 2014
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I installed this for well water, works great!
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December 15, 2014
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Hello,
This is Michelle with GE and I am happy to answer your question.
This Water Softener model GXSH45V works very well on both well water and city water.
Thank you for checking.
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Will it remove sulfur?

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August 2, 2016
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Hello tim - this is Nancy at GE Appliances and I am happy to help you. No, this water softener will not remove sulfur. Water softeners remove calcium and magnesium. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us!
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July 27, 2016
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No, the water softener does not remove sulfur.
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Regeneration and % Remaining

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So does the % remaining have anything to do with when the unit actually recharges? I should get about 10 or 11 days between recharges and mine recharges every 5 or 6 days.
I have a 45.1k GE Unit and my hardness is set to 40 with 100 gallons of usage per day. I read under the questions for the 30k unit that it should recharge after it gets below 25% remaining. Even after I have done several factory resets mine does the first recharge under 25% remaining and then every recharge thereafter just under 50% remaining.
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August 11, 2016
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Here is how this water softener works.
It is demand driven, meaning that it regenerates based on how much water you use. Demand driven uses the least amount of water and the least amount of salt
The very first regeneration will happen when "Remaining, - Meaning amount of soft water remaining before system can no longer produce soft water", goes under 25%.
The 2nd regeneration will regenerate just
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Here is how this water softener works.
It is demand driven, meaning that it regenerates based on how much water you use. Demand driven uses the least amount of water and the least amount of salt
The very first regeneration will happen when "Remaining, - Meaning amount of soft water remaining before system can no longer produce soft water", goes under 25%.
The 2nd regeneration will regenerate just under 50%. The system will continue to regenerate at the just under 50% remaining until the system gathers enough water usage data. Once system has gathered enough water usage data (around 4 to 8 weeks) then it will start and continue to regenerate just under the 25% Remaining level.
I do love this water softener. If works very well. It has removed the bad taste from my city water. My water hardness is 26 gpg.
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Hi Dave3000, Please contact our SmartWater Team for assistance at 800.952.5039 - option 1. Thank you for checking with us.
Lisa from GE Appliances.
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Is this unit a timer or metered version for regeneration?

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July 19, 2016
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Hi Gerber- This is Sue at GE Appliances. We are excited to hear of your interest in our GE Water Softeners! The unit is Electronic-Demand Driven. The water softener will regenerate about every 3-6 days. The water softener uses several factors to determine when to regenerate: The total capacity of the water softener in GPG (grains per gallon). The water hardness setting that was programmed into the Read More
Hi Gerber- This is Sue at GE Appliances. We are excited to hear of your interest in our GE Water Softeners! The unit is Electronic-Demand Driven. The water softener will regenerate about every 3-6 days. The water softener uses several factors to determine when to regenerate: The total capacity of the water softener in GPG (grains per gallon). The water hardness setting that was programmed into the control when it was first installed. Make sure the setting matches with your local conditions. Actual water usage per day. The water usage patterns as they are developed over time. Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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July 10, 2016
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This item is a timed version.
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