Question about Intex Automatic Salt Water System for Above Ground Saltwater Pool
Any thing over 3500 can create alarms.
First of all make sure you are useing a test kit for salt that reads in #'s not color
your system can read low salt when it is high or even high can read low
The system only really knows something is wrong
your 7800ppm is ridiculously high
Now start draining 20% of your water at a time and refilling giving the system at least 6 hours of just filtering between drainings until you get to as close to 3000ppm as possible
under 2700ppm and you will not produce enough chlorine and can trigger alarms any higher than 3500ppm and you can trigger alarms,go cloudy, and not to mention corode any metal parts like an aluminum ladder
once you get the ppm to 3000 clean your cell one last time and you should be good to go
I would also check your water for metals since you used well water.
you may need to get a metal reducer to add to the pool
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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