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My salt water sytem stopped working so we diconnected it from the pool what could be the problem

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"stopped working" does that mean stopped producing chlorine? Remove the cell and check the cleanliness of the plates; there should be absolutely nothing on any of the plates period! Make, model and manufacturer would aid in diagnosing this problem

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Start buy draining 20% of your water and adding fresh.
Filter normal for about 12 hours.
Now test your salt PPM
You can get a salt test kit at any pool supply
you want your salt ppm to be as close to 3000 as possible
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In the manual it states that depending on what type of salt you use, you may have a yellowish tint to the water. What kind of water are you using for the pool? If it's well water you may even more of a discoloration to the water. I'd call Intex directly and see about getting the unit fixed, even if you didn't buy it direct from them they should still be able to help you. Good luck!

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