I am back again, after resolving a high salt level a while back. Chlorine production was perfect for a few weeks.
I didn't do any chemical checks for one week, and came-back to find zero chlorine.
The aquapure system was reading 4400 and giving error code for high salt.
I tested my water and confirmed the salinity to be 3600. I calibrated the system to read 3600 and started making chlorine again.
Next day....no chlorine. The Aquapure salt reading levels keep changing.
This AM I tried to troubleshoot the front board.
In the three tests of the front board, the results are supposed to be; 2.8, 75 degrees and 91 degrees. My readings were: 2.2, 74 degrees and 90 degrees.
In the written troubleshooting instructions, it states that if you have re-calibrated the system previously, you might get erroneous readings when troubleshooting the board.
I can't tell if the board is bad or if it is more likely just the sensor.
I don't see any instructions to test the sensor.
Is there a definitive way, now that I have changed calibration, to confirm the front board's condition?
Though the board is less than two years old, is it better to replace it AND the sensor at the same time? (last time I only replaced the board. I have just been cleaning the sensor.)
Are there different quality levels in the replacement parts available, or are all boards from one manufacturing source? Last time, I purchased from the lowest priced vendor on Amazon. I am wondering if I might have an inexpensive knock-off??
ANY help would be appreciated. I am getting really frustrated.
Thanks in advance,