Part # PL7793
Warranty 2 Year warranty
Alternate Part #'s CPSC48AMCELL, JD363130E
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The PL7793 is a replacement electrode only for the CompuPool® CPSC48 salt chlorine generator. On the CompuPool® systems there is no need to replace clear blue housing body housing this saves you money by only needing to replace the electrode! This is an after-market salt cell by Pureline and not the original salt cell by Compupool®. This salt cell is compatible with the Compupool® CPSC48 model.
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Do you sell the housing for the compupool CPSC24?
Yes we do sell the housing which is the same for all of the CompuPool CPSC units, this housing can be purchased here >http://www.inyopools.com/Products/16401352060535.htm
My display had been reading 69 degrees for some time so after reading your articles I replaced my PCB and at the same time replaced my cell electrode. Now the temp is changing but I have seen readings from 41 deg to 147. For the past month+, the actual is low 80s to mid 80s depending on how much sunshine. Some times it is correct. When it is correct the salt reading is also correct, when it's not the right temp, +/-, the salt seems to always be <2500. What else will I have to replace?
Hello David, I would call Compupool to troubleshoot and see if it just needs to be reset rather than replace any parts.
Hello, hope you all are having a fabulous start to the season! I have a quick question that I had hoped you all might be better versed at answering. I have a customer with a hybrid AquaRite/Compupool combo salt system. My question is this, can we use this compupool 'electrode only' on this particular system?
Hi, Pool Girl. Yes, we are. In order to answer your question, I will need to know the model of the Compupool system. You can reply with the model info or pictures.
I have a CPSC36(40K gallon) for my 55k pool can I change just the cell to CPSC48(60K gallon). When originally installed 40K was the highest residential salt chlorinator available. I would rather not re-plumb or change the controller if possible. Can you help?