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  1. Details: 2001 Cal Spa Genesis 110v Last week I installed a new 1.5 hp hydromaster motor/pump with new unions, new flow switch, new Clear Blue Ionizer and a new filter When I first turned it on, it heated to 104. The next day I went out and it was 100 and the heater light wasn't on but the water was circulating as if it were heating. I got in and ran the pump on hi and adjusted the temp. When I turned the jets off the heater turned on, but the next morning it was off again. I unplugged it and it didn't heat when restarted. Pump is running, as it would when it is heating. I clean
  2. 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 co
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