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Thread: Jandy Aquapure 1400, 125 and 194 codes

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    Jandy Aquapure 1400, 125 and 194 codes

    I'm on my third sensor after less than four years of owning my pool. Both times my sensor went out, I received error codes 125 and 194. My first sensor was covered under warranty, but I had to buy the second one. Cold weather may be playing a role, as it happened both times after a freeze. I always clean my sensor and cell 3 times/year.

    Is this just luck of the draw, or should I be using something other than a tooth brush to clean the sensor?

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    Re: Jandy Aquapure 1400, 125 and 194 codes

    Welcome to TFP.

    If it's happened after a freeze both times I'd say you should protect the cell during freezing weather.

    Are you running the pump during freezing weather?
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    Re: Jandy Aquapure 1400, 125 and 194 codes

    Yes, I use freeze protect and haven't had any issues with my equipment freezing up.

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    Re: Jandy Aquapure 1400, 125 and 194 codes

    I though error codes 125 and 194 signaled a bad cell?

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    Re: Jandy Aquapure 1400, 125 and 194 codes

    My sensor went bad this year after using it for just over a year. I did turn my output to 0% this winter for a month and when I started to use it again it was giving me no flow errors. The coldest water temp that I saw this winter was 58 degrees.

    My pool builder replaced the sensor under warranty and he said a lot of these sensors are starting to fail. The new sensor has a chip that does some diagnostics before the system starts to produce chlorine. With the old sensor that time was less than a minute and now it takes 4 to 5 minutes. I have not needed to clean my cell as it has been spotless every time I inspected it.
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