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Thread: Is it time to replace my Autopilot Pool Pilot DIG-220? How to know for sure?

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    Is it time to replace my Autopilot Pool Pilot DIG-220? How to know for sure?

    Was getting the constant "check cell / clean cell" blinking light so after cleaning and checking my 7 year old cell I decided to replace it (SC-60 with RC -52). Upon today's replacement I now get "check cell" warning along with an occasional "low amps". I have my system on boost and the power reading is 17v - 3.8 amps with salt currently at 2900. Temp, 86. Power level 2. 25000 gallon pool. Runs on 220.

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    Re: Is it time to replace my Autopilot Pool Pilot DIG-220? How to know for sure?

    The 17 volts is an indication that the power supply is failing. If you're getting between 220 to 240 volts to the unit, you are probably due for a replacement power supply.

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    Re: Is it time to replace my Autopilot Pool Pilot DIG-220? How to know for sure?

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesW View Post
    The 17 volts is an indication that the power supply is failing. If you're getting between 220 to 240 volts to the unit, you are probably due for a replacement power supply.
    Thanks James, So we're talking the entire autopilot wall mount thing or just the electronic power supply board that mounts to the larger board. Is it worth if to piece together on a 7 yr old unit

    Thnx

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    Re: Is it time to replace my Autopilot Pool Pilot DIG-220? How to know for sure?

    I would recommend replacing the whole unit.

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