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    Aqua Comfort SWG Question

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    If you find a contact number that yields a callback from AComfort please let me know... I've received the run around the past year that I've been trying to get my 'circa 2006' Salt generator cc-350 back to life .. I'm told I need the plug adaptors and they seem to be MIA.. Any help wud be greatly appreciated!!
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    Re: Aqua Comfort SWG Question

    Hi there, and welcome to TFP,

    I would encourage you to consider a replacement rather than waiting. It's likely the cell is in need of replacement being that age I imagine.
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    Re: Aqua Comfort SWG Question

    If the SWG cell is not working, I doubt it is repairable. They have a finite lifespan and generally when dead need replacing.
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    Re: Aqua Comfort SWG Question

    Welcome to TFP!

    I hope my SWG lasts that long! Seems they only last 4-6 years or so normally.

    Be sure to use chlorine/bleach to maintain you chlorine level until you get this worked out. Nobody wants a broken SWG and a green pool.

    Use the Chlorine CYA Chart to calculate your chlorine level for your CYA.
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