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    Winterizing

    I have a Pool Pilot DIG-220 and have had a flow through manifold made to replace my cell through the winter just in case of freezing. The control box is hard wired in. Is there a way to turn it "off" or should I just leave it on? My plan was to take the cell and cables in for the winter and leave the pool open as I have done the past 5 years.

    Donnie
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    Re: Winterizing

    Just set the % to zero and continue on as you have.

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    Re: Winterizing

    .....and no problem with the control unit not sensing and reading the cell.

    Donnie
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    Any thoughts here Sean.
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    Re: Winterizing

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