Salt Cell

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NYMickey posted this 03 September 2019

I have NO chlorine in my pool.

The salt level on the Goldline Aqua Plus reads 1900 yet the actual water tests at 3400.  The chlorinator is set at 50%.

I cleaned and then had my T-15 salt cell tested and it shows that it is fine.

A pool guy at Leslie's said the salt cell just needs to be re-calibrated.

How do I do that?

 

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InyoRob posted this 03 September 2019

Step 1: Turn filter pump on.

Step 2: Press the menu button until it reads Diagnostic Menu.

Step 3: Press the Right Arrow once.  It should read chlorinator off - filter delay.

Step 4: Allow the PPM reading to settle.

Step 5: Press the Right Arrow once to confirm PPM then Press (+) to save new PPM reading.

NYMickey posted this 03 September 2019

The PPM settled at 1900 but the pool water tested at 3300

InyoRob posted this 03 September 2019

Usually, it's the cell if it won't recalibrate. I would contact Hayward tech support and see if they have any other ideas of what would cause your problem.

NYMickey posted this 10 September 2019

 It was determined that the sensor inside the salt cell was bad so I ended up replacing the cell.

InyoRob posted this 10 September 2019

Thank you for the update. We're glad you were able to resolve the problem.

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