I have recently started experiencing very low water pressure. I called the water company and they indicated that the issue may be caused by a water softener which I do have in my home. I have a tankless water heater and a water softener that I put in potassium chloride (salt rocks) for the system. The system has been running fine for about 6 years. I haven't had any issues nor has it been serviced. The water company suggested I look into that before they send anyone out because if the pressure is fine at the outside shutoff value then they cannot do anything and would charge me a service fee. Before I call a plumber I wanted to see if I could get any information on what I might look at to determine the issue and if possible fix it if it is something simple like doing a reset or running some self diagnostic on the water softener. I have attached two images that show the water softener that I have. Currently, the LED display is flashing the incorrect time. So, the time is off. Thanks.
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