AquaCal Water Temperature Sensor - ECS0275

$50.99

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Part # ECS0275

By Aqua Cal

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Part # ECS0275

Alternate Part #'s ECS0275, STK0127, APLECS0275, AQECS0275

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Water Temperature Sensor replacement Kit - ECS0275

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?     Asked on 8/19/2020 by Kathy

I have an Aquacal Heatwave 120ARDSBPR. I need a temperature sensor. Which one is the replacement?
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A  Answered on 8/24/2020 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Kathy, Hope you are doing well. The ECS0275 is the correct sensor replacement for your unit. Thanks, Robert AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 5/5/2020 by Art

Does this part fit my Aqua Cal Tropical model 115AHDSBPH?
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A  Answered on 5/6/2020 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Art, Hope you are doing well. The ECS0275 will fit int the heat pump that you have. Thanks, Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 3/16/2020 by Greg

Does this fit a Aquacal Heatwave Superquiet model 1215549-K17?
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A  Answered on 3/17/2020 by Aqua Cal

Good Morning Greg, Hope you are doing well. The ECS0275 is perfectly compatible with your SuperQuiet model. Thanks Robert Brown AquaCal Tech Support
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?     Asked on 2/13/2020 by Patrick Paroline

I am ready to install the ECS0275 replacement temp sensor. It looks a straightforward job. I'm certain that the sensor to the pipe in this photo is the one that needs replaced. Can you confirm? Thanks.

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A  Answered on 2/13/2020 by InyoPools Product Specialist Megan C.

That is the correct pipe where you need to place the new sensor. You will leave the original in place & tap a hole above or below the coupling.
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  • Commented on 9/2/2020 by Product Owner

    I have the aqua cal t115 as well and the picture matches my temp sensors. My temp reading has been off the whole summer by10+ degrees. Today it shutdown with the overheat error. Assuming the temp sensor is shot. Question I have is you mention drilling a new whole for this sensor. Are there specific instructions (drill bit size) with this purchase. Or do I have to take a guess and hope I get it correct? Any help appreciated.
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    • Commented on 11/6/2020 by InyoPools Product Specialist Megan C.

       Use 11/32″ or 3/8″ drill bit to tap into water inlet line.
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Difficulty

Est. Repair Time

1 to 2 hrs

Tools Needed

Screwdriver, Pliers

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Heat-Pump was Leaking

Written on 1/15/2019 by Guest

I shut off my whole system and electrical breakers. Then I opened the front panel on my heat-pump and saw the leak was coming from the temperature sensor on the heat exchanger. I shut flow to the heater off and turned the system back on, then I ordered the sensor from Inyo pools and installed it back. I turned the heater back on and it’s working just fine.

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