Ok, I have a Pool Pilot 75003 Chlorine Generator. I started it today and I am getting a Low Flow, so I checked all the usual issues that can hurt flow and all are ok. I took the cover off the Pool Pilot and noticed that the 838N, 75003 Interface Board on the bottom was very corroded, the board itself the traces, especially the traces and wires that connect to the tri-sensor.
I then noticed that there is a bonding lug and the unit is NOT bonded. I looked at the installation manual and found that the unit should be bonded to the pools bonding wire.
1) Can the lack of bonding to the pool pilot cause corrosion to occur within the pool pilot?
2) I have not done any testing of the tri-sensor yet but I have a lot of green corrosion on the tri sensor plug connector. In the old days on car I used to mix up baking soda and water and pour it on the battery and it cleaned the corrosion right off. Do you think a baking soda solution will clean the corrosion off the connectors?
Thank you, Mike