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Thread: Low Amp Warning on AutoPilot Cell

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    Jun 2015
    Jacksonville, fl

    Low Amp Warning on AutoPilot Cell

    Please help...I have an Auto Pilot salt system, 15,000 gallon pool. It has been reading "low amps=check cell?". Salt levels are at 3400, so I first replaced power cord to cell, no luck. I just replaced the cell, no luck. When I test system not running it reads 7V .7A, running 6V .6A then 1V .2A then 0v .2A. That is checking one time after another. Any suggestions?

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    May 2007
    New Orleans, LA

    Re: Low Amp Warning on AutoPilot Cell

    What is the model # of the control unit (i.e. DIG-220, ST-220, 75003)?

    What is the age of the control unit?

    What was the purifier % level set to when you saw those volt and amp results? Any time a unit is tested it should be at 100% purifier level and/or "boost" mode for a minimum of 60 seconds to ensure that you're seeing proper test results. Some newer versions of the digital models may have more specific instructions as well. Once I know more about your installation I can better advise.

    Thank you,
    Josh Ulfers - - 888-725-8766 - AutoPilot Pool Pilot Systems, Parts & Cells - AquaCal Heat Pumps

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