I have an Aqua Rite salt water system and the main board recently blew, GLX-PCB-RITE. (I have had several problems with it in the last year, so I'm going to replace the whole PCB.) I ordered one, but it won't be here for a week or maybe more. Unfortunately, I can't even turn the pump on when the board is hooked up. It board is just completely dead.
So, is there a way to hot wire the pump temporarily so I can at least run the filter every couple days, manually?
I know the board is kind of a switchbox, but I am unsure of the proper voltages going in and out as well as what any of the wires go to. Is this feasible at all? I am no stranger to home wiring and that sort of thing, but it's hard to find schematics for any of this stuff.
In the meantime, I've manually added chlorine and I have a separate water feature to help mix the water in the main pool, so I'm not worried about the chemistry, but I'd like to get some of the **** out of there. Additionally, the water from my filter pump goes directly into the spa, which spills over to the pool and all that water is basically just stagnant for now. The water feature cycles the pool water only. For the spa, I just added a bit of chlorine, and manually stirred it, but this is sort of a pain to deal with.