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I replace the Turbo Cell a month ago, the box is reading 3000 of salt however when testing the chlorine level is showing less than .5. What may be the problem?

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I did all that everything is set up correctly but still not generating any chlorine.

Posted on Apr 27, 2016

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You have to instruct the panel which model of sell you have t5, T9, or t 15. Sticker is on the turno cell indicating the type. Press the diagnostic button until it displays the cell type and use the on/off/superchlorinate switxh to cycle through the cell model

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You Have to calibrate the new cell. Instructions are on line.

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