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Recently had my salt cell (t15) go bad. Purchased a new (t-cell-3) not realizing that my main control unit firmware revision was 1.4. Is it possible to upgrade the firmware? Is it a board replacement inside of the main unit? Is there anything I can do short of having to purchase a new control unit? Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
I have my pool for a little over a year. When I checked the pool this morning, the test kit showed no chlorine. This was later confirmed at the pool store. The power light and generating light on my Aquarite control panel come on for about 10 seconds after the no flow light goes off when I turn the system on. Then those lights go out. Can anyone help? Since it is the weekend, I haven't been able to check whether the unit is under warranty. Is there a quick fix?
I have an aqua rite board with a hayward T-15 cell, both new within about 6 months, and a flow switch that is probably about 5 years old. I do have good levels of chlorine in the pool, so I know the cell is generating. Power lights and generating lights all come lit appropriately, and all levels when I scroll through the diagnostics look good (current >5, voltage, salt, etc) Instant salt level is 3200ppm and confirmed with independent test. My problem is that my board/cell continue to generate after my pump has stopped running. hours after my pump has stopped, my average salt levels continue to drop until the average salt reading goes 2700, 2600, etc so the low salt and inspect cell lights blink and occasionally the values have dropped to as low as 1600 due to the pump being off and the averages dropping so low. Is this simply because my flow switch has gone bad and the cell continues to generate even with no flow, because the switch doesn't stop the generation when the flow stops? Any ways to confirm? other possibilities? other thoughts? Thanks!