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Thread: Replacing In Line Chlorinator Plumbing Help

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    Replacing In Line Chlorinator Plumbing Help

    I just switched from a Hayward CL2002 inline chlorinator to a SWG. Is there a "blank" made to fit in the spot where the Hayward was. Are there small unions of the same size as the Hayward in line so you could make your own blank? Is there any danger in leaving the empty chlorinator in line with no chlorine in it? One of the CL2002 unions is glued to close to another fitting to cut and replace.
    Thoughts? Ideas?

    Paul
    IG 29,000 Gallons EC75-Perflex De Filter
    265,000 BTU Copper Heat Exchange Heater, Hayward Puck Chlorinator, Converting to Hayward SWG, Polaris 9300, Pentair Intelliflo VS

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    Re: Replacing In Line Chlorinator Plumbing Help

    Is there any danger in leaving the empty chlorinator in line with no chlorine in it?
    None. I would let the pool water circulate through it a bit just so it doesn't sit completely closed up. Unlikely, but it may come in handy one day.
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