I have a hayward E-Command 4, which has controlled my booster pump up for the longest time. This weekend I replaced my booster pump, I can turn on the booster pump from the remote without a problem, however, the booster pump no longer turns on with the E-Command timer.
Has anyone else seen a problem like this? There is obviously power to the booster pump since I can turn it on via the remote, as far as I know this also validates \ the relays since the remote talks to the E-Command which in turn provides power to the pump through the relay.
Any help would be appreciated.