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I bought a house with an Aqualink system with an AquaPure 1400. The cell was throwing errors 120 and 121, not knowing how old the cell was...i replaced it. The errors are gone but what I've noticed is that there is no lights on in the display. The LCD shows the salinity, the chlorine level and flow... no power light, no flow light, no cell resting light. I have checked the cable, made sure it was fully plugged in and noticed mouse poop. I pulled the cable to the user interface and noticed some checking on the wire. Two of the left most wires/pins were cut (along with the red pin strip of the wire chewed through by the mouse), so I assumed that was it. I ordered a new cable and replaced it, turned the system back on and the board beeps and no LCD now. So either those two wires need to be cut (probably not the red one tho)? At this point, I'm not sure why the LCD works with the old cable but not getting any power lights? Any ideas of what I can try? Appreciate any pointers!
Jandy AquaPure 1400 chlorine generator is working intermittently. This is a newer model and the cell and sensor were replaced about 6 months ago. The system worked flawlessly after replacement up until a few weeks ago. Now, when the system is turned on, lights on the panel come on in the normal way over the first minutes of operation. Sometime after "Power On" , "Cell On", and "Flow" all show and chlorine is being produced (as tested by taking a sample near an outlet) the "Cell On" light will go off and all others will remain lit. With the "Cell On" light off, no chlorine is produced. The service light is not on and no error codes show at any time. While the "Cell On" light is off, if I push either the "Chlorine Production Rate" up or down arrow arrows, the "Cell On" light immediately comes on and chlorine production resumes. Sometime thereafter (between minutes and an hour) the "cell On" light goes off again. Any ideas on how to fix this?
Hello all, new to the forum, also a new pool owner. I have never had a pool and bought a house that has a salt water pool. We have only owned it for 4 days and decided to check on thepool. It seems there was some mismanagement by the prior owner. I will give you rundown of the equipment and the chemistry. I am having all sorts of issues. Pool is: 30000 gallon Gunite Saltwater chemistry Water is pretty clear Chemistry as tested at Leslie's: FAC 0 TAC 0 Salt 600 ppm CH 90 ppm CYA 0 TA 80 pH 8 Iron and Copper are both 0 Phosphates is 300 ppb Now for the equipment issues: Aquapure 1400 throws the following service codes 144 - low salinity (seems obvious given the low salt level) 172 - Flow Sensor Service 186 - Flow Salinity Sensor/temperature probe error I guess my main question is, could the lack of salt be the reason for all of the codes. My thinking is the sensors require higher salinity to function properly. It has no chlorine, so I am going to throw some acid to bring pH down and shock to get some chlorine in there. Thanks in advance for helping the new guy out.