Hi All, First post here and I'm hoping I'm in the right spot. A few weeks back we had some really bad lightning and I came home to find two TVs and my computer all died. Turns out it also took out my pool equipment although I didn't find out until later.
Here is what I have and forgive me because I'm just a home owner and not in the pool profession. I have a Jandy system. I originally had that blue figure 8 looking wireless controller but a few years back I added the iAqualink so I could control it from my phone. It is not the new wifi unit, it is hardwired to my router. When I open my box I see a screen that has chlorine production rate on it with an up and down arrow and a few areas for lights, next to that is a long section of buttons and lights that control the filter pump and air blowers and lights and such. Behind that I found the Zodiac R0467600 Printed Circuit Board had a spot above the green and black power wires that looked like it fried. I bought a replacement board on amazon and put it in. I turned the breaker back on and all the lights on the front screen turned on. They stayed on for some time and eventually turned off. None of the buttons seems to work though and the little LCD screen on the chlorine section did not fire up. I held in the reset button (which I noticed I have had to do a few times over the summer when visiting kids would mash the spa controller and rapidly turn the air blower on and off). This didn't seem to do anything.
So now I am wondering if I need to change other boards. The problem is that I am not sure what other boards I have or that need to be changed. The chlorine screen board says Aqua Pure and it is PCB E0262000A. There is a long board that says ARM7 power center and I was unable to locate a PCB # for it. Straped to that board is a board that says PCB E0260700 and the sticker says RS 8 P & S AL8HEX Rev. R.
Any help would be great. I've contacted the company local to me that Jandy says is one of their techs but they have ignored my calls. (remember when people wanted to take your money to fix stuff).