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Thread: IntelliChlor (IC40) Is Generating Excess Chlorine

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    IntelliChlor (IC40) Is Generating Excess Chlorine

    I am trying to determine HOW to keep my Intellichlor cell from producing chloring. I have the easytouch system, I have superchlorinate off, yet the cell shows 100% sanitizing output. I would like to shut it down completely for a week or so to let the chlorine levels normalize, but I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how that is done. The easytouch menu seems very basic. For instance, how do I set the output to different percentage if the buttons on the cell are disabled?

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    May 2007
    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: IntelliChlor (IC40) Is Generating Excess Chlorine

    Welcome to TFP!

    When connected to an automation system like the EasyTouch, the controls on the IntelliChlor are disabled and all control is done through the EasyTouch. On the EasyTouch you want the IntelliChlor item under the Settings menu. That will allow you to set the percentage setting on the IntelliChlor.

    To turn off the IntelliChlor, turn it's percentage setting down to 0%.
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    Re: IntelliChlor (IC40) Is Generating Excess Chlorine

    You could also turn the breaker off for the ic40 for a week, then adjust the setting lower after the level has dropped.
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