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Thread: What's the best place to buy Jandy Salt Cells?

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    What's the best place to buy Jandy Salt Cells?

    I may have to replace the cell for my Jandy Aquapure 1400. What is the best place to buy a replacement cell? They are available online (Amazon) from about $450-$800. Or am I better off replacing the whole system with something else?
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    Re: What's the best place to buy Jandy Salt Cells?

    Lots of places carry them. $450 is a fairly good price.

    Unless there is a known problem with the control box, it usually works out well to simply replace the cell.
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    Re: What's the best place to buy Jandy Salt Cells?

    How about $433?
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    Re: What's the best place to buy Jandy Salt Cells?

    That is without the sensor, I would buy one with the sensor as you should be able to find one with a sensor for not too much more than that. From what I've seen it is about a $100 more for the sensor if you buy the cell and sensor together. Buying a sensor by itself runs about $200 and they fail often enough that I would buy the sensor and cell together.

    Looking at how you are running the SWG in another thread with what looks like an old style sensor, I would stop using the old sensor and start using the new cell with a new sensor mounted in the cell like Jandy recommends. You can either plug the old sensor port or leave the old sensor in place and not plug it in to the board.
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