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    "No flow" on aqua rite readout

    **** need help "no flow" on aqua rite read out but water is flowing..****. Checked the flow switch it looks fine, how do I tell if it is bad??? Is there anything else I should check before I buy a new switch.

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    Re: "No flow" on aqua rite readout

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    If that is the only indicator light, there is not much it could be. Either you do not have enough flow to close the flow switch or the switch has gone bad. You could pull the switch out and inspect all the wires to be sure they are not chewed up. You could also check continuity through the switch if you have a multi-tester.
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    Re: "No flow" on aqua rite readout

    I took a phone cord spiced one end plugged it in bingo changed to flow and worked so it was the flow switch. My pb is sending me a new one under warranty 3 days still waiting. Don't leave splice ex wire because it will keep generating even if pump is off and runs risk of gas buildup and explosion you need flow switch for safety
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