So I have a newly installed Jandy Aquapure 1400 (installed last weekend). All the lights are on as appropriate (flow, cell on/cell resting/cell reversing are sycling as appropriate.) No errors are being thrown at all. the only problem is that no chlorine is being produced as I'm testing the water directly coming out of the return and getting zero.
I tested with Aquapure being on boost at 100%.
So the Aquapure sensor is telling me my salinity is at 3300ppm which should be enough salt, right? Well, the taylor salt kit I have shows 3000ppm. I have no idea which is correct... To make the things even worse, I took my sample to two different pool stores and both told my salinity was at 2500 and 2600ppm respectively which now definitely isn't enough.
So which ones do I trust here? I don't usually trust the store testing, but now tend to go. I just don't want to dump more salt and then be too too high.
My levels as of right now:
Also I asked the pool store to do the phosphate test and that came back to rather high to over 125. I believe I still have something growing in my pool (though my water looks great) as I'm eating through chlorine like crazy (using my old trichlore puck), but that a different topic.
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