I have a little but annoying dilemma now with my 2 year old Liquidator.
I recently replaced my pump motor (same model as org) and now I can't keep the Chlorine levels low enough. I guess my old motor really wasn't running at capacity nearly at all.
The wierd thing is I can dial the flow to keep the ball down by 1 or 2 and it'd stay there. But the volume of clorine coming out is massive. I soaked the check valves and flow valve (all original with unit) in acid as mentioned in other posts. This didn't help. So I upgraded to the to the Hayward Needle valve others mention for more control. This has helped a little, but the Chlorine level still creeps up over time. I'll look one day and it'll be 7ppm or higher and then I'll shut the valve completely off for a day, then try again, then the cycle continues.
I don't know what the PSI is, I know I need to check this. What range should I be in PSI wise? And what tool do I need to get to measure this? Assuming it will be astronomical, what can I do?
Thanks in advance.