Hi all. I recently replaced my main PCB in my Goldline Aqua Logic PS-4 system and re-entered all of the programming. I replaced the board because I was getting the No Cell Power / No Cell Power 2 errors with the typical burnt solder joint (that I was unable to repair). The cell is a Hayward T-CELL-15. Prior to this cell power error and action everything was working fine.
Since I have done that, my cell is reading salt levels incorrectly. When I replaced the board it came up with 1900 PPM of salt. I thought it would be low as my board was down for a while, so I grabbed a water sample and headed to the pool store to buy salt. Problem is the guy said my salt level was over 5000. In disbelief I took another sample to a different pool store and they got the same reading. I was told I need to re-calibrate my cell. No worries - except that none of the instructions for my system tell me how to do that.
It is a Goldline AguaLogic PS-4 by Hayward. Links to operation and installation instructions below:
Neither manual mentions cell calibration and Hayward is no help since my system is out of warranty. I have cleaned the cell, and taken the cell to the pool store for the free test and it passed. I have searched for this and can't find it anywhere. There is one forum post that mentions going to instant salt and pressing the + button to clear the cell memory. It does that, but this is not calibrating the cell, it is only clearing the past readings. Has anyone found a solution for this? Could there be something in the pool water causing incorrect readings (either on my end or at the pool store)?