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    Fix or replace

    My Goldline/Aqua Rite gave out a few years ago. The unite has had problems since I've had it first year they gave me another cell second year they replaced the circuit board no charge to me. The short time it worked correctly it was convenient. So now I'm thinking of replacing it or fixing it. So looking on line I see some people will fix the cir cute board for a flat rate, one guy on ebay it would cost about $60 with shipping, not a bad price. Still your dealing wit ebay. So has anyone ever had one repaired ? I did replace the varisistor that did nothing. So then on Amazon they have the circuit board, Display PCB and T cell-15 for around $700. but not sure if it would fit my box. Also See some other brands available any good ones?
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    In ground 20,000gal - pebble-tec - salt, Intelliflo pump, Sta-Rite filter 450 sq ft ,Hayward 6060 booster pump, non functioning Aqua Rite SWCG, TF 100 test kit.

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    Re: Fix or replace

    Quote Originally Posted by SacDave View Post
    My Goldline/Aqua Rite gave out a few years ago. The unite has had problems since I've had it first year they gave me another cell second year they replaced the circuit board no charge to me. The short time it worked correctly it was convenient. So now I'm thinking of replacing it or fixing it. So looking on line I see some people will fix the cir cute board for a flat rate, one guy on ebay it would cost about $60 with shipping, not a bad price. Still your dealing wit ebay. So has anyone ever had one repaired ? I did replace the varisistor that did nothing. So then on Amazon they have the circuit board, Display PCB and T cell-15 for around $700. but not sure if it would fit my box. Also See some other brands available any good ones?
    I bought a pcb for my RAYPAK heater on e-bay and it work great , but 700 bucks for that stuff ? Might be better off putting that 700 on a new system ??
    When you buy a board you have to make sure it's the correct revision for your unit ...
    Also they make design changes that make the systems more robust on the newer units.
    Sean Hannon
    30,000 Gallons gunite pool Coated by Fibertech
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    CirCupool SWG RJ 60, 400.000 btu raypak , Built in SPA

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    Re: Fix or replace

    The $700 would be of everything new , My concern would be would it fit in my old electrical box.
    In ground 20,000gal - pebble-tec - salt, Intelliflo pump, Sta-Rite filter 450 sq ft ,Hayward 6060 booster pump, non functioning Aqua Rite SWCG, TF 100 test kit.

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    Re: Fix or replace

    If you need to spend that much, buy a new unit and get the three year warranty.
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