Is there a way to permanently seal the hole where my automatic chlorinator broke. I never use it. It is a relic from prior to TFP.
Do they make a plug or is there a way to permanently seal it somehow without cutting pipes? Am I correct that the part that broke threads through their and so perhaps do they make a plug?
If I must cut pipes can you coach me on unscrewing where the vertical part meets the 2 fittings on the pump?
I assume that both of those 2 lower fittings can be unscrewed?
Now that I think about it, just replace the piece that broke even though I don't use it? I assume the chlorinator fills with water or doesn't matter if it fills with water?