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Thread: Aqua Rite with no Timer

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    Aqua Rite with no Timer

    I currently have a Pentair Whisperflow pump and my Aqua Rite T-Cell-3 connected to a single manual timer. I will be replacing my pump with an Intelliflow variable speed pump which has its own built in timer. My intention was to just remove the on/off tabs from the timer and leave the electrical connections the same. The pump will run approximately 12 hours a day but the Aqua Rite will now be powered on 24 hours a day because the timer will now not be active. My idea was to let the flow sensor control turning the salt system on and off.

    Can I do this or must I have the Aqua Rite connected to a timer that will match the timer on the pump? After the big expense of upgrading my pump, I do not want to invest in some sort of remote control.

    Is there a rule of thumb as to adjusting the output percentage with longer run times but less water flow?

    Also, I am not able to get to the goldlinecontrols web site any longer. I used to be able speak to a human there. Does anyone know how to contact their support other than by email?


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    May 2007
    South Central NJ

    Re: Aqua Rite with no Timer

    The flow switch will sense no flow when the pump shuts off. That will kill the power to the cell.

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    Re: Aqua Rite with no Timer

    I found the phone number: 888-921-7665.

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