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    Hayward Sence and Dispense

    I have had this Co2 ph system for several years and it worked fine. A 20 # Co2 bottle would last for months. It now has started to just dump the whole bottle when turned on. Is this the falt of the software or does the dispenser unit at fault?
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    Re: Hayward Sence and Dispense

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Sorry you have not gotten any quicker responses, but I do not think very many members have the S&D let alone a CO2 bottle.

    Seems like you need to figure out if the valve is leaking or if the system is opening the valve inadvertently.
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    Re: Hayward Sence and Dispense

    Thanks, I think it is a problem with the valve. I have liked this system except I would still have to add acid to keep the TA down so it doesn't solve the Ph control completely. I may just resort to just hand adding acid if needed. Replacing this valve is expensive.
    34,000 gallon in ground pool
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    Re: Hayward Sence and Dispense

    I think if I went with a system like this, from what I have read it is less expensive to use an acid feeder than dealing with the CO2 tank. But I have no idea what the cost of switch over would be.
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    Re: Hayward Sence and Dispense

    To switch over to an acid tank and a stanner pump would be about $500. Hayward AQL-CHEM3-240 Sense and Dispense pH Dispense, 240V, Acid Feed

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