About a week ago our SWG was reading a number way out of whack: 12700 ppm. We assumed it was a faulty sensor. However when we went to investigate this further it was discovered that someone had intentionally cut our pool wires (another story for another forum)on our sensor. My husband is quite handy and was able to splice the cut wires. Intitailly this looked like it fixed the problem, but now on and off each day we get a code reading of 125 and 194 ( basically saying to clean the salt cell or replace it if it's bad). We took it out and cleaned it ( although it didn't really look dirty). Put it back in and got the same codes on and off. Do you think we need to replace the cell? This is our 4 th summer with it. We just find it to be funny that everything was going great until someone cut the wires. I think it's pretty ironic that the cell could go bad at the same time. ( fyi: we had to replace our sensor wires in the past after our dog had chewed them , and at that time my husband again spliced the wires. Those sensors worked great after he spliced the wires but when the pool company came out to close our pool for the season, they made us replace them. So after this happened with our newer replaced wires, we also tried using our old sensors that were spliced and working fine. It still gave us the same codes of 125 and 194. ). Any thoughts? Do you think we need to replace the sensors and the cell or possibly one or the other? Or is there something we missed re: resetting our system after putting the repaired spliced sensors back on?