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Thread: Broken autochlorinator

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    Charlotte NC

    Broken autochlorinator

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    My chlorinator has a big crack down the side, can you tell me if taking it out is a hard job. We have some repair skills, but I wanted to find out if we should have someone do this, or if we might be able do remove it. Could you walk me through the process

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    Gurnee, IL (North Suburban Chi-town)

    Re: Should we replace or delete auto chlorinator?

    If you have hard pipe PVC, it's simply cutting the pipe on either side of the chlorinator, then just putting in a short piece of PVC in its place. Working with PVC is pretty simple. Best bet is a youtube how to video.
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