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Thread: My error codes (?) and Should I lube the threads of Aquapure 1400?

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    My error codes (?) and Should I lube the threads of Aquapure 1400?

    My Service light is on, and the display on the box rotates between three messages; "60%", "25", and "94". I expected three digit numbers, could those possibly really mean error codes "125" (cell needs to be cleaned), and "194" (Salinity invalid due to out of range measurements caused by front board error?). Does that sound right?

    I have a new cell, but when I went to remove the old cell, the threads were insanely tight. Against my better judgement, I had to resort to using some massive channel lock pliers, and even then, I thought I was going to snap the pipes with the torque.

    I finally managed to get the old one off without breaking anything, and I'm curious if I should lube the new o-rigs and the threads of the fittings before installing the new 1400 cell so this does't happen again?

    Thanks!

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    Re: My error codes (?) and Should I lube the threads of Aquapure 1400?

    I would use plumber's tape and hand tighten only. Are the error codes for the new cell or the old one?
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