I have an Aquapure 1400 that is approximately 5 years old and has never had anything replaced. Over the winter the company that installed and opens/closes my pool cleaned the cell. It seemed to start to work correctly for the first few weeks of the year but then I got error code 120. I took the cell out and washed debris such as leaves/seeds and there didn't appear to be any visible calcification on the cell blades. After reinstalling it shows error code 121.
My pool company has provided a quote of $1500 to replace the cell and the back PCB. They are selling the cell for $1200 (these things often are much more expensive in Canada) - it appears to be available for as little as $535 from Newegg. Can I just buy the cell and PCB and replace them myself? How much work is it to replace the back PCB - is it tricky? What about the leads for the cell - how you put the new ones in?
FYI - I live in Toronto Canada and the pool generally operates from mid/late May to early October.