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    Polaris EOS Command Center

    Our pool was renovated eight years ago and we had the Polaris EOS Command Center installed. It's had a few glitches over the years, but now the control pad has gone black, dead! The people that installed it says its obsolete and parts are unavailable... True or False? They also say the Jandy Color lights in pool and spa won't coordinate with the new Jandy Aqua Link they propose to install. True or False? What's best, the Jandy Aqua Link or the Pentair? Thanks!
    My pool… 30K gunite free form, 3 ft. to 11 ft. deep, with 700 gallon spill over spa. White plaster, Jandy 60 sq. ft. DE filter, 2HP Jandy Stealth Pump, 3/4 HP booster pump, Jandy color changing lights, Jandy 400,000 BTU heater, Polaris EOS command center with in-house controls, and shortcut remote next to spa. Hayward goldline valve actuators. 2HP Polaris QT blower for spa. Dolphin Dynamic robotic cleaner. Inline Chlorinator which is used with trichlor pucks ONLY when I need to raise my CYA, which I try to keep around 30 to 40 ppm.

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    Re: Polaris EOS Command Center

    hey there, call Jandy and ask, there may be a way to include the lights
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    Re: Polaris EOS Command Center

    Thanks for the reply! We decided on the Pentair System... and the Jandy light works. Not as easy to change color nor as many color options as the Pentair light, but it works the same as it did with the Polaris eos, using a sequence of on - off to change color. It's ok, but a pain in the butt and inconsistent. My wife loves the easy to operate multi-color options of the Pentair so we're having it replaced with the Pentair light.
    My pool… 30K gunite free form, 3 ft. to 11 ft. deep, with 700 gallon spill over spa. White plaster, Jandy 60 sq. ft. DE filter, 2HP Jandy Stealth Pump, 3/4 HP booster pump, Jandy color changing lights, Jandy 400,000 BTU heater, Polaris EOS command center with in-house controls, and shortcut remote next to spa. Hayward goldline valve actuators. 2HP Polaris QT blower for spa. Dolphin Dynamic robotic cleaner. Inline Chlorinator which is used with trichlor pucks ONLY when I need to raise my CYA, which I try to keep around 30 to 40 ppm.

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