I tried to replace the current limiter on my old (2004) Aqua Rite, it worked for a few minutes but then I got a PCB message.
Bought a new PCB on amazon. Just installed. Everything seems to be working, generating chlorine, the numbers look good etc. However, I touched the black current limiter and it is HOT. Very hot, probably hot enough to melt wire shielding. It is driving a Compupool replacement cell. (the new PCB is setup for a t-15 cell, which is what I have).
Anyone have the same experience? Any thoughts? Should I turn it off.
I thinking I might try the old cell just to see if that might still be working. I'm about to leave for a few hours, so I'm thinking I will shut if off to be on the safe side.