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Auto chlor RP92 QT

The green lights won't come on after cleaning the cell.

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Check the salinity also clean sensor

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Installed new t-cell and it still says salt level is zero, but the t-cell trips out on high salts,amps. What is the problem?

Depending on the water temperature the actual salt level reading can be inaccurate.

If the water temp is below 65 the reading will sometimes show a lower salt level than the actual level.

Did you recalibrate the power center?

Have you tested the salt level independently?

I would first test the water or have it tested, many pool stores offer this service for free.
It helps to have an accurate reading and not rely on salt test strips.

Once you know the actual salt level you can attemptrecalibrate the system and see what reading you get.

For an aqua rite system you flip the toggle to super chlor, to off and back to auto , wait 5-10 seconds you will hear a click then press the button next to the display , tI'll you see the salt level calibrating.

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I have a auto chlor model a4 dishwasher and when I push the fill button it only fills for 3 seconds and stops and if I fill it up by holding the button down and run it threw it's cycle when it goes into...

Hi John,

This sounds like a misadjusted water level sensor. This is a commercial dishwasher but the principles are the same. I would check the water level sensor to make sure that there is no debris under it or a leveling sensor bent causing the machine to think it is at the proper water level to begin washing when it is not. This may be a mechanical lever float type switch or an actual electronic sensor that will detect where the water level is. Most household DW's will have the mechanical float switch that will float with the water level and shut off the fill solenoid when the proper level is reached. You are having to defeat this process by holding the button in to override either a faulty sensor (replace it) or a misadjusted float switch. These would be the too most likely causes of this problem. I hope this helps!

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Auto chlor RP 92 QT

Just a note, if water is cold, there is an Automatic "Stays Off" mode when water temperature is cold. Chlorine won't be generated with cold water. Can't remember what "Number" that is, but unit will not turn on with cold water.

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I have done everything the manual says, but my saltwater system will not stop blinking error code 91. The salt level is fine, and the cell is clean. Do I need to replace the cell. My pool is now green and...

Bummer!!! Looks like you checked both things that would cause the code 91 error for "Low Salt". Here's what I've done to solve my low salt "91 code in the past.. I overshoot by 1/2 bag = 20lbs of the recommended salt add quantity when the code appears. Calculate by using this formula..
.0067 X Pool Gallons. I have a 14,000 gallon pool and when I get the 91 code for low salt, I add about 110 lbs of salt. Manual says 93 lbs...let it circulate for 24 hours by running the pump only and then start the chlorination cycle.. Before doing this, you MUST make sure the cell in clean.. If any calcium buildup inside, it can give you a false "Low Salt" alarm.

I hope this helps!!

If this helps, please rate... Thanks

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The yard trimmer's battery won't take the charge. It charged overnight but I see the light is flashing red on the charger instead of green.

Time to replace the battery, most auto parts stores have battery testers to see if its bad or not.

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When i turn on the chlorinator its comes on and then turns the power off to the whole unit

Please dragon, Be careful. If the chlorinator is not wired to the unit correctly you could ven have a
flash!! 1. Shut off the circuit breaker located on the house. Ir's located in
metal rectangular panel. Probably next to the elect meter.
2 Now that the power is off check the wiring where the chlor attaches to the pump.
The wires should be color coded. Black & red are always the hot leads, white & green are
neutral leads, Let me know........dansky66

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Why did my pool turn green shortly after start up?

The question is what the green is... If you see the presence of Algae in the pool, then you need to treat for removal of Algae. This can be prevented in the future by keeping your Chlorine level at or above 1 part per million. If your water color is a green tint but no algae present, you may have a high copper content in the water or some other mineral present. You will need to use a Metal out product soon to prevent staining, especially if your pool is plaster. If you have a pool heater, make sure the chlor gen was installed in the plumbing AFTER the heater. Seek professional assistance from a local pool professional with salt system experience if you are unable to resolve this to prevent system wide complications.

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Heat exchanger leaking after 4 months, this has happened 3 times in 2 years. possible electrolosis problem? the water is balanced no ph problem

I could be wrong, but you do have a chemical problem. Be it PH or chlor. After 35 years in the business I have seen one heat exchanger that came from the factory bad, and none that wore out with out chemical help. If you don't have a PH problem then you have a chlor problem. This is most often at an inline chlorinator that is mounted to close to the heater and lets chlor gas back up into the heater when off or in front of the heater so all the feed is going straight to the heater. This is the more lodgical of the two as fast as your wearing the exchangers out. Green plaster is a big simpton of this as the copper from the heater has to go somewhere. This can be fixed as easy as a chloriene floater or replumb to move chlorinator. Good luck

Nov 09, 2009 | Pool & Spa

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