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Thread: Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

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    Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

    The power on my Aqua-Rite Chlorine Generator keeps going on and off every few minutes. The two green lights for power and generating go out and when they come back on we hear it click. We just replaced the cell, but the problem was happening before that and is still happening. Any suggestions or possible reasons why this is happening?

    Thank you,
    lemarler

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    Re: Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

    In the serch option type in limiter. This is where i would start.

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    Re: Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

    I documented my inrush current limiter replacement on this FB page.

    https://www.facebook.com/#!/HaywardAquariteRepair
    My Hayward Aquarite Repair write-up here: https://www.facebook.com/#!/HaywardAquariteRepair

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    Re: Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

    I had the exact problem and just fixed it a few days ago. The circuit board current limiter replacement really worked. I'm not a solderer so I took the board and component I bought from Digi-Key to my local Radio Shack and they soldered to for $10. Everything's working great now.
    Rone
    38k gal IG Pebble Tech; Sta-Rite S8M150 filter; IntelliFlo VS-3050 VSP; Aqua-Rite electronic chlorine generator installed in 2008 w/T15 cell; Aqua-Link RS control system; waterfall w/single speed pump; attached SPA w/remote switches. Pool built in 2001. Test using DPD kit; Polaris 360 seldom used.

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    Re: Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

    I had the same problem. After researching it here and elsewhere and noticing cracked limiter on my board. Unit was still under warranty so I decided it was worth the labor to have someone else do it. Pool guy said he replaces the boards all day long. He keeps several on his truck. He let me keep the old board! I mentioned just replacing the old broken limiter. He said he was doing that for a while but the new limiter would need to be replaced after 6 mos. If mine goes out again I'll try soldering a new one on the board and see if he's right.

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    Re: Power to Aqua-Rite Generator

    Bumping to the top for the 2015 Pool Season.
    My Hayward Aquarite Repair write-up here: https://www.facebook.com/#!/HaywardAquariteRepair

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