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    Wanted: a non-working T-15 cell

    I am redoing my plumbing and will add a SWG after the replastering is done. I want to install a non-working cell as a placeholder so I can swap it out when the SWG can be turned on at a later time.

    Please PM me. I will pay for the shipping cost. Thanks.


    Scott
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    Re: Wanted: a non-working T-15 cell

    Hey Scott,

    What type of system were you planning to put in? Not all cells are the same size.

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    Re: Wanted: a non-working T-15 cell

    Buy what you want to use and just don't turn it on, or wire it to work until you are ready.
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    Re: Wanted: a non-working T-15 cell

    I already bought the Aqua rite with a T-15 cell. My pool has been idle for almost 2 years. The water in the pipe and equipment is very dirty. So I am just thinking I should use an old cell as a placeholder in the new plumbing and I will swap it out with a new cell after it is ready to turn on the SWG.
    Lazy-L shaped pool and a spa. 22.5k gallons. Pentair VS pump. Pentair cartridge filter CCP520. STA-Rite SR400NA heater (400K BTU). Leuder limestone coping. Pebble sheen (blue granite) Wooden deck.

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    Re: Wanted: a non-working T-15 cell

    Quote Originally Posted by scott_home
    The water in the pipe and equipment is very dirty.
    The SWG is post filter so the water should not be all that dirty. I would just use the new cell and not turn it on.
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    Re: Wanted: a non-working T-15 cell

    Ack, I feel dumb. You said it was a T-Cell 15 and I asked you what kind of cell. Sorry about that! Clearly I need more coffee this morning. I would go with what mas985 said and just install the one you have and not turn the system on.

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