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Thread: Pool Pilot Dig-220 Tri-sensor faulty temperature reading

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    Pool Pilot Dig-220 Tri-sensor faulty temperature reading

    I have a 6 year old system and the temperature reading is 28 F when the actual is about 90 F. I have inspected the tri-sensor and am looking for advice on how to test to see if the tri-sensor is bad or the circuit board. Thanks Thomas

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    Re: Pool Pilot Dig-220 Tri-sensor faulty temperature reading

    Can't help you with the testing but if that's the only thing wrong, it's most likely the tri-sensor.
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    Re: Pool Pilot Dig-220 Tri-sensor faulty temperature reading

    Here you go.
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