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    Aqua Logic Problems

    Alright, I have soldered the K1 twice and it worked for a short while. Any other suggestions? Would the change to a 15 amp fuse help? What are the normal readings for amps and volts?

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    Re: Aqua Logic Problems

    I tried the 15 amp fuse and still get a high amps/salt reading. I have tried 3 different salt chlorinators and get the same error message. I may just go to a chlorine pool.

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    Re: Aqua Logic Problems

    High amps could be caused by a short inside the cell or the cell cable.
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    Re: Aqua Logic Problems

    Or a salt level that is too high. What are the Volts and Amps reading right before it alarms. You can use the + button while in diagnostics mode to reset the unit. Normal ranges are 24-26v and 3-8 amps. Above 8 amps and the unit will alarm.
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    Re: Aqua Logic Problems

    Make sure that the correct cell type is selected in the menu.

    Also, high water temperature, especially if the cell is after a heater, can sometimes cause a high salt/amps fault.

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