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Clorine test by county health failed, what

Clorine pump needs replacing? clorine test by county health board failed, what happened

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Hello,
The first thing I would check is the chlorine pump's element tube (squeeze tube) The element tubes often get worn out and stop drawing chlorine through the pump and into the wash tank. Most chemical supplier will have these element tubes. The element tube is located in the chemical pump. The chemical pump is usually located just inside the front lower service panel of the machine.
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