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Chlorine My salt cell is not making chlorine. I have changed the sensor, cleaned the cell, and checked the voltage getting next to no reading. What should I replace?

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SOURCE: Aqualink Chlorine Generator not producing any chlorine

It shounds like that you might have a mustard algae issue. It feeds on chlorine. It is possible that your unit is producing chlorine but the algae is consuming it as fast as it can be made. You will need to do a shock treatment and use an Algae 30. It could be something else, but this is likely. You can google mustard algate treatments and read up on it to see if you have other symptoms.

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If the manufacturer recommends vinegar, that is what you should use. Some people say muratic acid is effective in cleaning the device. Try cleaning another night.

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