After discovering my Hayward chlorine generator wasn't producing chlorine, when salt level, pH, CYA, etc. were all OK - I found the amps were way too low & had it checked by my regular pool guru, who said that the board was burned out & needed replacing. (Only 1.5 years old!) Checking online for a way to order one, I found several sites that told how to replace the delimiter, which is usually the cause of this problem. BUT, the videos never explained how to take the PCB out in order to remove the cracked delimiter and re-solder in the new one. Can anyone tell me exactly what needs to be detached from the board in order to remove it. Sure would appreciate some advice!