I had the No Flow error on the control panel. Upon inspection, I noticed the grey flow sensor wire was cut, in two places. I had the pool company come out two days ago and replace it. I came home today, and the new one is cut now too. Anyone else have trouble with these being cut? All I can figure is its either an animal doing it or a TO'ed neighbor. We've had issue with the neighbors before over the pool so that is my first instinct although there's a lot more damage they could do than just cutting this tiny wire, which brings me to my second point...why in the world is this wire so tiny and thin? For something that is to be used outdoors, its the smallest wire ever. I know my issue is not weedeater related as its way back on the pad away from any grass but theres no way this would stand up against a weedeater for two seconds. Sort of ridiculous how flimsy this wire is. Any thoughts on the cause, how to make this more rigid, or how to protect it would be appreciated. I tried splicing the wires but they are far too brittle for me to splice, the black wire kept snapping before I could even twist them together. Filed a police report to be on the safe side. The cop thought it was probably an animal, I still think its the neighbor but who knows.