Pool Salt System 40,000 Gallons Heavy Duty - PL7707

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Part # PL7707

Warranty 3 Year

Product Description

Crystal Pure Salt Chlorine Generator PL7707

Crystal Pure Salt System by PureLine

The PureLine Crystal Pure Salt System makes the process of chlorinating the pool a breeze for you. When your pump runs, you will be producing chlorine, ensuring a steady dose into your pool water. The more consistent your chlorine levels are in your pool, the fewer chemicals you will use overall. Free yourself and your pool guests from the itchy, dry feeling of regular chlorine. With a salt water chlorine generator, the water feels smooth and won't leave a white residue on your skin. The Crystal Pure generator cell easily plumbs in-line and has quick disconnect unions for easy access. 

Crystal Pure Heavy Duty Vs. Crystal Pure Standard

This year we have added a few new models of Crystal Pure Salt Systems to our lineup and these are labeled as Heavy Duty. The Heavy duty is the same system as the standard but with two main advantages...

  1. The warranty is 3 year on the Heavy Duty Vs. 2 years on the Standard
  2. The cell life on the Heavy Duty is 10,000 hrs. Vs. 7,000 hrs. on the Standard

The extra lifespan on the heavy duty salt cell is due to more Ruthenium coating on the cell plates. Cell life works as follows, say you run your pump 8 hours per day and you set your Crystal Pure to 50% chlorine output then the cell will be running for 4 hrs. per day, thus using up 4 hrs. of cell life per day in this example.

Features:

  • Durable design
  • Max. Chlorine Production Per Day = 2.1 Lbs.
  • Economical to use
  • Simple operation & maintenance
  • Large chlorine capacity
  • Low energy consumption
  • 3 Year warranty
  • Digital display and LED indicators
  • Self-cleaning
  • Adjustable chlorine output
  • Super chlorination mode
  • Water flow detector
  • Low salt and overload indicators
  • High & low temperature protection (working temperature from 50F to140F)

Optional Add-On Accessories

Salt Cell Cleaning Stand

This cleaning stand simplifies cell cleaning and eliminates having to soak cell in a bucket of muriatic acid solution. This Cleaning stand is used for PureLine Crystal Pure salt cells. You should clean your salt cell every 2 months to avoid calcium build up on your salt cell. By cleaning your salt cell regularly you will prolong the life of the cell. Also if you get too much calcium build up on the salt cell then the system will stop producing chlorine, regular cleanings ensure that your salt system will not stop producing chlorine.

Order Your Salt Cell Cleaning Stand

Straight Pipe Place Holder - Dummy Cell

This straight pipe holder also called a dummy cell is used for several scenarios which we have listed below.

Winter: It is suggested that in areas of the country that you close your pool for the winter that you replace your normal cell with this dummy cell, the reason being is that the standard cell is expensive and by removing the standard cell you will prolong the cell's life.

Cell Cleaning: When you remove your normal cell for cleaning it is nice to have the dummy cell as you can replace the normal cell with the dummy cell so you continue to filter your pool while you clean your cell.

Spring Start-Up: The dummy cell is great to use during spring start up as quite often the pool can be quite dirty and you don't want large dirt and debris to get lodged in your standard salt cell.

Order Your Dummy Cell

Product Specifications

Gallon Size:
40,000 gal.
Warranty:
3 yrs
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?     Asked on 6/16/2019 by Don

I have aquarite 40 K t 15 cell is the plumbing Distance the same for your cell
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A  Answered on 6/16/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Don, Yes the plumbing distance on the PureLine Crystal Pure cell is the distance as the Aquarite 40K T-15 cell.
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?     Asked on 5/23/2019 by paul

How long is the chord from the Pureline in-line chlorinator? I need to see if chord from chlorinator will reach my shed/power box. If not, can an extension be applied? Thanks, paul
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A  Answered on 5/25/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Paul, The cell cable that runs from the cell back the power supply is 15', there is also a cable from the flow switch which is also 15' and that also runs back to the power supply. If you are wiring the power supply 115V then you can wire a 115V cord off of the power supply to plug into a standard outlet. We carry this  6' Cord with 3 Prong Plug which would get you 6' closer to cell.
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?     Asked on 5/14/2019 by Jay Kinstler

I have a Biogard Mineral Springs Salt Sanitizer panel (burn up @ end of last year) with Hayward Tcell940. Is the Pureline Heavy Duty PL7707 direct replacement? I want to be able to put the new cell in without any plumbing work. I have a Salt Water plaster pool that is 28,000 that I use Biogard Mineral Springs. Thank You
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A  Answered on 5/19/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Jay, Yes this is a direct replacement for the Biogard Mineral Springs Salt Sanitizer which means no re-plumbing is required.
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?     Asked on 4/21/2019 by Brian

I am wanting to switch over to a salt system this summer, but I'm wondering how I should go about doing it. My pool has been sitting all winter it's super green. Should I start it up with chlorine and get all of the chemicals in specs and then switch over to salt or would it be ok start it up for the season with the super chlorination mode with this salt system?
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A  Answered on 4/21/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Brian, I would start up your pool with the normal process outlined with the salt system but also supplement the startup with additional shock or liquid chlorine as needed during the startup process as this additional chlorine will clear your green pool quicker. We have an article on How to Convert to a Salt Pool as well as How to Clear a Green Pool which you may find helpful. I would use a combination of the two approaches.
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?     Asked on 4/15/2019 by Ed

I just installed and powered this system on briefly yesterday and realized that I have no way to control power to it apart from a manual switch. My pump is a variable speed and handles turning itself on and off daily. Is it ok to leave this system on 24/7 and just let the flow switch control whether it is producing chlorine? Or should I look into somehow powering it off when the pump is off?
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A  Answered on 4/15/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Ed, It is fine to have the power supply on 24/7 as the system will only generate chlorine when the flow switch is engaged. This is the exact way I have my Crystal Pure Salt System installed and have had no issues.
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?     Asked on 4/13/2019 by Grace

what is the shipping weight for the PL-7707 salt system? We are looking into having it sent to our son and then he can send to us in the US Virgin Islands...
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A  Answered on 4/14/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Grace. The shipping weight is approximately 15 lbs.
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  • Commented on 4/14/2019 by Product Owner

    you wouldn't consider shipping it to me for less than the $200+ quoted as "global"? we are the US Virgin Islands and all US postal rates apply.
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    • Commented on 4/15/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

      Grace, This will have to be shipped UPS Worldwide for insurance purposes. 
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?     Asked on 3/26/2019 by Cody

Is there an installation video out there? Is there a recommended distance for any 90's or 45's from the generator or flow meter?
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A  Answered on 3/27/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Cody, We have a Plumbing Video for the AquaRite which would be the same as the Crystal Pure. We do have Wiring Videos for the Crystal Pure which you may find helpful. There is no specific recommendations on the 45's or 90's but the fewer the better, also if you can use two 45's instead of one  90 this will help reduce head pressure. We have a Video on How Fix Common Pool Plumbing Mistakes which goes into best practices about the use of 45's and 90's you should find that video helpful.
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?     Asked on 3/23/2019 by Natalie

In the description, it says water flow detector. Is that the same as a flow switch?
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A  Answered on 3/23/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Natalie, yes that is the same as a flow switch.
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?     Asked on 3/13/2019 by Richie Dull

How many pounds of salt should I use for a 15x30 17,000 gallon pool?
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A  Answered on 3/14/2019 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

Please click here to view a manual and on page 4 there is a chart that helps advise on the amount of salt to add. 
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?     Asked on 9/8/2018 by James

What are the lengths on the salt cell cord and the flow switch cord? And do you have extensions available? My best mounting point for the control unit is where my pool timer is mounted, which is about 15' away from the pool. The only other option I have is to mount it on a 4'x6' that is 3' away from the pool, but that is not to code.
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A  Answered on 9/18/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, James. The cell cord is 12 ft and the flow switch cord is 15 ft. 
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?     Asked on 7/19/2018 by Mike

I have 1 1/2” plumbing .. but the generator is 3”. Any issue installing the 40k Heavy Duty system where the system plumbing is 1 1/2”?
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A  Answered on 7/19/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Mike. There is no issue with using this system with 1-1/2" plumbing. 
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?     Asked on 7/15/2018 by jack

What’s the difference between the Hayward AQR 15 40000 gallon and the vs. the Pureline HD 40000
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A  Answered on 7/17/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Jack. Aside from the brand name, there is no difference. The PureLine HD unit is comparable to the Hayward Long Life Cell. 
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?     Asked on 7/15/2018 by Steve

Does the control panel show the salt concentration of the pool water?
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A  Answered on 7/16/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Steve. Yes, this system will provide you with a digital salinity level of the pool. 
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?     Asked on 7/14/2018 by Matt

Can the cell be installed vertically?
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A  Answered on 7/14/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Matt. The cell can be installed vertically but not the flow switch. 
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?     Asked on 7/5/2018 by

I just purchased a Hayward VSP and wanted to know if this salt generator can be powered by the VSP or does it need its own power supply. I no longer have the manual timer as shown in the installation instructions.
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A  Answered on 7/8/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

No, the salt system will need its own dedicated circuit or will need to be wired to your main pool timer. 
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?     Asked on 7/5/2018 by Mike

Reading the fine print, I see the difference between the “standard” and “heavy duty” kit versions in the cell life being rated at 7,000 and 10,000 hours respectively. I have two questions: 1. How do these average life ratings compare to the “name brand” cells? Will I get more life out of the higher priced systems? 2. Are there a difference in the controllers of the Standard and Heavy duty kits? Can I buy a standard duty today then upgrade to the HD replacement cell later?
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A  Answered on 7/12/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Mike. Most system cell life or expectancy will be rated at the 7,000 hours range. You will not get a higher lifespan going with a brand name system. Yes, you can upgrade the cell to the HD version by replacing just the cell.
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?     Asked on 6/28/2018 by

Hi, how much amperage does the 7707 cell drawn when producing? One of the above answered questions said 21-27 amps. Is that correct? Seems very high compares to a Hayward.
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A  Answered on 6/28/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

Ideally, these systems will draw approximately 8-10 AMPS. 
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?     Asked on 6/4/2018 by

Does the salt system automatically adjust for proper chlorine levels ?
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A  Answered on 6/4/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

No, You actually would have to adjust the knob on the system to allow it to generate more chlorine. 
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?     Asked on 5/29/2018 by

You sell the salt system and ship it to Canada? The warranty in Canada is the same as US?
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A  Answered on 5/29/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Yes we do ship this Salt System to Canada and it will have the same warranty in Canada.
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?     Asked on 5/28/2018 by Michael Boulet

Do you still have to monitor ph and alkalinity and do you have to add algecide and shock?
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A  Answered on 5/28/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Michael. Yes, you will still need to monitor and maintain your pool's water chemistry. Algaecide and shock will be used on a minimal or as needed bases. 
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?     Asked on 5/12/2018 by Andy

Does the system include a flow switch? What is the required length from end to end for this system including the flow switch?
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A  Answered on 5/13/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, Andy. Yes, this system includes a flow switch. You will need at least 22" of horizontal run to install the cell and flow switch. You can also check out our How To Install a Crystal Pure Salt Chlorine Generator guide for the specifics. 
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?     Asked on 4/24/2018 by

Other than the warranty, what is the difference between the Crystal Pure Salt System and the Crystal Pure Heavy Duty Salt System? Thanks for your help.
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A  Answered on 4/24/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

The Heavy duty is the same system as the standard but with two main advantages...1. The warranty is 3 year on the Heavy Duty Vs. 2 years on the Standard 2. The cell life on the Heavy Duty is 10,000 hrs. Vs. 7,000 hrs. on the Standard. The extra lifespan on the heavy duty salt cell is due to more Ruthenium coating on the cell plates. Cell life works as follows, say you run your pump 8 hours per day and you set your Crystal Pure to 50% chlorine output then the cell will be running for 4 hrs. per day, thus using up 4 hrs. of cell life per day in this example.
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?     Asked on 4/15/2018 by Michel

What is the daily electricity consumption in KWatt for the 40,000 gallon unit?
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A  Answered on 4/15/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Michel, When in use the salt cell is generating chlorine, the average amperage is between 21 and 27 amps, and the voltage typically falls between 2.5 and 7.8 volts. Wattage can be found by multiplying these two values, so on the low end you're looking at about 53 watts and on the high end you're looking at about 211 watts. These number vary because if you run the system at 10% chlorine output the wattage is lower vs. running the system at 100% chlorine output. Based on the #'s above if you ran the system 4 hours per day you are looking between .21 to .84 killowatt hours per day. I hope this helps.
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?     Asked on 4/5/2018 by bob h

does the salt water needed to generate chlorine have any effects on my vinyl liner, like fading its print or making it brittle?
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A  Answered on 4/5/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Hector F.

As long as the chlorine level in the water is kept at a moderate level and not too high then the liner should not wear quicker than average. 
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?     Asked on 4/2/2018 by

I have the 40k generator system. is there a dummy pipe for winter?? Does the Hayward dummy pipe fit as i see both body looks similar?
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A  Answered on 4/2/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi, Yes we would suggest this Dummy Cell for Crystal Pure Salt System.
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?     Asked on 4/2/2018 by

what is the voltage for the systems
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A  Answered on 4/2/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

This system is dual voltage meaning that it can be wired either 115V or 230V.
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?     Asked on 3/22/2018 by Don

If I buy this system and have problems with it who handles warranty issues??
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A  Answered on 3/23/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Don, the warranty on the Crystal Pure salt system is backed directly by Inyo Pools so you would deal directly with us, which is nice as sometimes when you get several parties involved the warranty process can take longer.
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?     Asked on 3/2/2018 by jstearns

Clarification to answer above: water evaporates; salt does not. Thus evaporation INCREASES the salt concentration in your pool. Adding fresh water to replace what's evaporated only restores the original salt concentration. There's no need to add salt in this case.
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A  Answered on 3/5/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Lennox H.

Hi, jstearns. The salt level will not be restored to its original level because the salt will become diluted when you add more water to the pool. The potency will be reduced. 
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?     Asked on 2/11/2018 by Garry

After you add the initial amount of salt, do you ever have to add salt again? Or do you periodically have to keep adding salt I have a 27' round pool with half of it 6' deep.
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A  Answered on 2/12/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Garry, Salt does not evaporate out of the water so normally you are not adding much salt after the initial dosage. You would only need to add additional salt for some of the following reasons... water evaporation, party where kids are splashing water out of the pool, heavy rain, or if you have a leak in the pool. All of the above scenarios would mean that you would be adding fresh water back to the pool causing you to dilute the concentration of salt. Even in the scenarios I listed above it would be much less salt then the initial start up dosage.
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?     Asked on 2/4/2018 by

My pool is 24,000 galllons. Should I buy the 40,000 or 20,000 gallon system?
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A  Answered on 2/4/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

If your pocketbook can afford it I would suggest the 40,000 gallon unit as you can dial it down to a lower chlorine production and you will see much longer life out of your salt cell.
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?     Asked on 1/31/2018 by Clem

I am considering changing my pool to salt water. I have a variable speed pump that I purchased from you last year. I run this pump,24 hours a day with a very low flow for 12 hours overnight. Will I still be able to do this with a salt system? Also, what is the difference between the regular and the heavy duty system besides the extra year warranty? Thanks
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A  Answered on 1/31/2018 by InyoPools Product Specialist Patrick P.

Hi Clem, yes you will be able to do this with the set up you described. The heavy duty salt system has a 10,000 hour cell life, where the standard cell has a 7,000 hour life. The extra lifespan on the heavy duty salt cell is due to more Rithinium coating on the cell plates.
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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

2 to 4 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, pipe cutter, glue,

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Instalattion of Heavy Duty 40K Salt System

Written on 4/3/2019 by Guest

Took roughly 3 hours from start to finish to install the system. Installed all plumbing pretty easy and had to modify the existing system to get the unit to fit. I had an existing outlet on the mounting post so instead of hard wiring to the breaker panel, I made an additional trip to the Home Depot and picked up a 3 wire cord with plug and installed to the outlet and picked up 14 bags of pool salt. Added the salt, connected the wire and let sit for 24 hours for salt to dissipate and glue to dry. Turned on system, ran for 24 hours and with minor adjustments my chlorine went from 0ppm to 2.5ppm.

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Est. Repair Time

1 to 2 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Pliers

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Old Goldlime equipment failed several years ago.

Written on 8/2/2018 by Guest

Old Goldline salt system failed. Found perfect dimensional fit of the Inyo Pure Line cell using the existing plumbing with Inyo’s . Took old cell off and placed new cell without any alteration of the pipes. Changed the old flow contactor withthe one that came with the new system. How easy is that! New system up and running well. Control install was easy too. Used the existing wires. On top of that I saved serious money. DIY easy.

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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

2 to 4 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench

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Installing the Pool Salt system for the first time

Written on 5/7/2018 by Guest

I thought that it would be difficult. I'm a 55 y/o woman who installed her first salt system. It wasn't too difficult. The hardest part was lining up the PVC. I had to cut a few pieces to get it all to fit properly. Installing the unit wasn't too bad. I figured out how to hard wire to my existing circuit and it works really well. Mounted the box on the wall, turned off the main electrical supply, added the wiring and installed all electrical connectors. It was a breeze.

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