So we are building a new home and things have been going so slow.. We had the pool installed before the winter season so that we could fit all the trucks in the yard.. Anyway.. Spring was coming so we had the pool company set everything up and the only thing left to do was the electric hook up.. We used the electrician that worked on the house since he was familiar with everything.. Anyway, I told the builder that we had a salt water chlorine generator as part of the package and that it had a built in timer.. I told him that the pool company told me that the pump gets hooked up to the chlorine generator and the timer will run both the salt generator and the pump.. WELL.. I just went to the house and saw that the electrician wired everything separately.. He wired the salt water generator to its own electric and then ran the pump to a separate timer and then the pool heater to another timer.. So now I have three timers.. I am just wondering if I should have the electrician come back and rewire the system.. I am nervous as to what would happen if the chlorine generator is turned on without the pump or vice versa.. Any opinions?
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