How to Change the Units of Measurement on an Aqua Rite SCG

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This guide shows you how to change the units of measurement on a Hayward / Goldline Aqua Rite Salt Chlorine Generator between US Standard and Metric units. For US Standard, the units for Temperature and Salt levels are Fahrenheit and ppm respectively. For Metric, the units for Temperature and Salt levels are Celsius and g/l respectively.

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Step 1

Push 1 - To set up for changing units, push the Diagnostic Button one time to display water temperature. The temperature shown is 89 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

SLIDE MAIN SWITCH UP - Slide the Main Switch from Auto to Super Chlorinate. You will see the temperature change to 32 degrees Celsius.

Step 3

SLIDE MAIN SWITCH DOWN - Slide the Main Switch back down to "Auto" to save the new units change. Note: this will also change Salt Level Units to Metric values.

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Brenda  Posted: 08/25/2017 14:28 PM 

Quick & easy fix :)


Dean  Posted: 07/21/2017 20:57 PM 

Thank you for your web site. I have used it many times for various things. Your always a great source. Cheers Dean


Anonymous  Posted: 07/08/2017 10:01 AM 

You made this very easy to change with your 3 step instructions!!
Thank you very much!!


Anonymous  Posted: 04/18/2017 18:22 PM 

I had tried following the manual to no avail and in 3 seconds I was able to change back to F and ppm with your instructions. Thank you!


Anonymous  Posted: 03/18/2017 14:58 PM 

Great help with simple directions to a frustrating problem. Much better that what the owner's manual provides.


Aunt Susie  Posted: 09/15/2016 10:48 AM 

Yea, my Units are no longer showing in metric. Thank you for the easy to follow instructions on how to fix my problem!


Anonymous  Posted: 09/05/2016 15:17 PM 

Sweet and simple advice to fix a simple but frustrating issue.


James Dunvegan  Posted: 07/27/2016 9:51 AM 

Very simple and clear explanation. Thank you!