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    switch - killeresse

    has anyone tried to rigg a cutoff switch for the ozoneter? I really only want it to run when I am in for a long soak. Then turn it off shortly after I get out.
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    Re: switch - killeresse

    can anyone chime in as to why this does NOT make sense? believe it would help lower chlorine demand when not in tub between soaks.
    48,000 litre (12680 gal); Hayward 24" Sand Filter; Zodiac/Clearwater LM3-24 SWG
    Inground Q-Quartz/Quartzon Plaster; 0.75HP Pump; 62 GPM filter

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    Re: switch - killeresse

    I am guessing that no one has responded since, like me, they probably can't think of a down side. I do not have an ozonator on my tub so I can't look at something to see what would be involved, but it doesn't seem like it would take much. Seems like a good idea.
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    Re: switch - killeresse

    bump. any help out there?
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    Inground Q-Quartz/Quartzon Plaster; 0.75HP Pump; 62 GPM filter

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    Re: switch - killeresse

    As Linen said, I can't think of a down side. I don't know how much power it draws or how they currently control it, but you may need a relay to control the power.
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