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    Robots and salt cells

    I'm looking at purchasing my first robot. I also plan to switch over to a SWG in the next few months as well. In reading some reviews on one of the Hayward models, it sounds like it has metal screws that could result in a corrosion problem with a salt cell system. Does anyone know:

    A. Is this a legitimate problem with metal screws and a SWG system?

    B. Do the Dolphin models have the same metal screws?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Robots and salt cells

    Welcome!

    The screws in my dolphin, and I imagine others are SS. Nothing to worry about.
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