I am running sodium chloride to my pool with stenner peristaltic pump, which enters my return line via stenner inject check valve. Seen here: http://www.uswatersystems.com/stenne...FQIQaQodmOgDYw
I have occasionally had to replace parts in the pump and lines but never had any issue with the inject valve that feeds the chlorine into the plumbing. I have been troubleshooting for a few days now and had the following observations.
- The pump itself is working normal, the line puts out chlorine.
- When the line is detached from the inject check valve, there seems to be a strong stream of water coming back out the inject check valve
- After taking the check valve out of the plumbing and attaching the chlorine line I clearly get chlorine dripping through the inject check valve.
- When running the chlorine pump with the chlorine line hooked to the check valve in return plumbing it seems as though water pressure is pushing back through the check valve not letting the chlorine into the line.
I thought it may be a chemistry issue and the chlorine wont hold but nothing looks to bad
FC .2 TC 1.2 PH 7.6 ALK 160 CYA 18 CH 71...Indoor SWP
I have ordered new stenner inject check valve to replace that, hoping that is my issue.
Thanks for the help!!