TFP definitely helped me resolve my power problems with my Aqua Rite chlorine generator. I found some older posts that described my problem and pointed out a component that goes bad on the circuit board. I looked over my board and found the round, quarter-sized current limiter component and it was cracked as described in earlier posts. I ordered the part from Digi-Key (P/N 570-1062-ND). A week later it arrived and I took the board and component to the local Radio Shack store and they soldered it in for a nominal charge. I put the board back in the Aqua Rite and it immediately started up and generated chlorine. This cost less than $20 and saved me from having to buy a new board for over $200.
I do find that this box runs very hot which probably contributes to the component going bad. Has anyone found a solution to prevent the new component from going bad in a few years? I did buy a spare component but it would be nice to know a better solution. Again, I really appreciate the previous posts on this topic and hope this may help any new viewers on this topic. The solution really worked for a lot less money.