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Thread: Pool Pilot error message CHECK CLEAN CELL.

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    Pool Pilot error message CHECK CLEAN CELL.

    I just put in a new SC-36 cell and power cord less than a month ago. The Pool Pilot shows an error message of "check clean cell". The new cell certainly didn't need it but I cleaned it anyway just for kicks and still get the same error message. The pool volume is 13750 gallons. I have no idea what to do to find and correct this problem.
    The Test Pool Pilot diagnostic showed the following;
    Power level 1.
    Salt level of 2900
    Cell 13volts - 3.5 amps
    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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    Re: Pool Pilot error message CHECK CLEAN CELL.

    Check your voltage to the DIG. Sounds like it's internally wired for 220 volts but you have 110 volts supply power to it.
    Sean Assam - Sean@teamhorner.com
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    Re: Pool Pilot error message CHECK CLEAN CELL.

    Thank you for your reply. I'm really not sure how to check the voltage to the DIG without a multimeter, which I do not have. I don't currently own a multimeter, but I do plan on buying one. I do know it's wired for 220v. Assuming is not getting 220v what would be the next step to correct the problem?

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    Re: Pool Pilot error message CHECK CLEAN CELL.

    To Sean Assam,
    Do you think it is likely the power module? I really need help here.

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    Re: Pool Pilot error message CHECK CLEAN CELL.

    If it's not the power going to the unit, then it's most likely the Power Module.

    You can check the circuit breakers to make sure they are both set properly. Trip both breakers and reset it.

    Is your DIG wired to the same relay as the pump? If so, is your pump running correctly?
    Sean Assam - Sean@teamhorner.com
    National Accounts and Commercial Products Manager
    AquaCal Heat Pumps www.aquacal.com
    AutoPilot Salt Chlorine Generators www.autopilot.com

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