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Thread: IC-40 Power Cord Removal at the chlorinator end?

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    IC-40 Power Cord Removal at the chlorinator end?

    I was curious if there was a way to unhook the cable coming off the chlorinator to facilitate cleaning? I can disconnect it from the main board, but i have multiple wires "zip tied" together on my pad, so unless I can remove the cable at the chlorinator itself, I would be limited in how far I can move the chlorinator when I remove it for cleaning since the cable is tied to the others on the pad to keep them together. I could always cut out the zip ties, remove the chlorinator cable and then after cleaning use new zip ties to keep the cables together, but I would prefer no to. I have removed the chlorinator and inspected it and it does have some calcium deposits on one end of the cells.
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    Re: IC-40 Power Cord Removal at the chlorinator end?

    I am pretty sure the cable can not be disconnected at the cell end. That would make the ability for water to intrude more likely.
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