I have been told, over the phone, I need a new sensor, but earlier this summer my Aqualink control board was blown by a power surge. I am wondering if this also blew out the board for the Aquapure. We use chlorine tabs and don't test our pool very often so don't know if the chlorine level has been low for awhile. We installed the iAqualink and the salt generator info isn't displayed when we log in like it used to be when we turned on the handheld remote. Not sure if this is a new problem, or one that began with the earlier board issues and just not caught til the pool got cloudy.
We cleaned the sensors, and there is a small amount of calcium build up on the cell which we have not yet tried to clean with anything more than water.
The temperature still appears correctly on the iAqualink.
I don't mind replacing the sensor, but want to make sure that's what it is and it's not related to the board issues we had previously. From reading previous threads it seems like you can bypass the Aquapure board and plug directly into the iAqualink board. The other question I have is if there is a reset button that we may want to try.
Appreciate any help!