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I bought a Hague WaterMax 63BAQ used water softener about two years ago. I had a local plumber offer to install it in exchange for some computer work. Once it was installed for a day, it started making a clicking noise and the digital display would say 'Home Not Found'. I unplugged it and let it sit for a few years.

I'm not questioning the diagnosis - just very curious as to what parts it looks like were replaced. Does anyone know what these are?

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Appears to be the Brine Valve Housing and the Drive Gear, looking at the manual.

Hague WaterMax 60 Series Owners Manual - Hague Quality Water -- Page 34, parts 4 and 11

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