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    No power to chlorinator

    My IntelliChlor™ salt chlorinator is about 3 years old. I set my chlorinator too high, I wanted to lower the chlorine as quick as possible so I disconnected the chlorinator from its power supply. When I reconnected it, it lit up and was working. I came back in about 2 hours and it was off, the pump was running. I unplugged it and replugged it and it ran for a few seconds and quit and never worked again. No light was on. N The Intellchlor power box circuit breaker is good and the green light is always on. I am fairly sure that I turned off the power before plugging or unplugging.
    Is it doomed or is it possible to repair?

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    Re: No power to chlorinator

    Have you turned it off and unplugged it again and checked the contacts in the plug? That sounds like a likely place.
    You shouldn't have had to unplug it, turning it off or setting it to zero % is all you should have had to do.
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