Hi there - have just shifted back to BBB after 3 years of using a Hayward puck Chlorinator and not noticing my CYA rise until I had a big algae problem that required me to drain and restart with BBB to get under control.
Like the results using Walmart bleach and now looking for a way to not have to walk out to the pool every evening to top the chlorine off.
Researched this forum and decided to buy the Liquidator and have just received it.
My son (engineering sophomore in college!!) has read through the installation instructions and tells me that this is as simple as disconnecting the Hayward from the tubes and attaching them to the Liquidator. That the holes are already in exactly the right place for the installation. Could this be true?
I did not read anywhere on the forum that it would be that simple to convert from an already-installed puck-based chlorinator to the liquidator, so thought I would shoot out a quick note before we attempted this for real tomorrow.
Any guidance would be deeply appreciated. Thanks.