This guide will show you how to replace a Hayward AquaRite Salt Cell. A salt chlorine generator cell will last about 4 -5 years before it has to be replaced. This guide describes how to replace a GLX-Cell-15-W Turbo Cell in a Aqua-Rite Electronic Chlorine Generator. If you are replacing an existing GLX-Cell-15-W chlorinator cell, as we are showing here, no re-configuration of the digital controller is necessary. Note: Earlier versions of this cell were identified as T-Cell-15.
Place the replacment Aquarite Turbo Cell into the piping and screw the unions back onto the ends of the new cell. Hand tightening these unions is adequate. The cell can be positioned either way. In fact, the manufacturer recommends that you reverse the cell every time you clean it to extend the life of the cell.