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Thread: Re-install of Hayward 4.2 Chlorine Feeder CL-110

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    Re-install of Hayward 4.2 Chlorine Feeder CL-110

    Well we've got the 24' round pool we took down 10 years ago back up and water is flowing. Now we're working on the pump, filter and chlorinator.

    I have been searching the web for an installation manual for the CL-110 clorinator to make sure we got the connections right.

    Does anyone know what connects where and to what. We've guess, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask!!!

    27 ft round AG/ 52" depth. Northeast Ohio

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    Re: Re-install of Hayward 4.2 Chlorine Feeder CL-110

    The inlet goes between the pump and the filter, and the outlet goes after the filter, between the filter and the pool.
    Dave J. TFP Moderator
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    Re: Re-install of Hayward 4.2 Chlorine Feeder CL-110

    I do NOT agree with unfiltered water going into the chlorinator I know it's the way that they say to do it, but I disagree IMHO they say that so, if the filter is too congested to pass water through, there won't be a 'back-up' of chlorinated water in the unit, with no flow.

    More on this, if anyone cares to pursue this topic
    Luv& Luk

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