NOT PRODUCING CHLORINE - The CPSC Generator produces tiny bubbles in the cell when the cell is running, If you don't see these bubbles or your unit is not maintaining adequate levels of chlorine (measured with test strips) check the following:
a -Chlorine Output Percentage - You may have your chlorine output level set too low. Move it to 100% and monitor the results for a couple of days. If your chlorine level gets too high, back the setting down.
b - Insufficient run time - Leave the unit on for a longer period of time. About 8-10 hours is typical but this will vary with your pool's water flow.
c - Water Fault light on - See Step #5
d - Only one polarity working - See Step #7
e - Plate(s) detached - See Step #12
f - Water chemistry is off - Have a local pool store check a sample of your pool water. If any of the water chemistry numbers are out of range, add the appropriate chemicals to bring them into range. Then shock the pool, set the chlorine output to 100% and run for the pool for 24 hours. Monitor the results and bump the run time down 2-4 hours and the chlorine output percentage by 10% with 2 days of cycling between increments. Continue until you reach the optimum chlorine production.
g - Cell needs cleaning - See Step #11
h - Low salt level - If the low salt light goes on, you do not have enough salt in your pool to produce chlorine and the unit will shut off. Add salt. See our guide on "How To Add Salt To Your Poo
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