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Thread: Hayward Aqua Rite No Power

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    Unhappy Hayward Aqua Rite No Power

    Greetings Everyone,

    I have a Hayward Aqua Rite Generator that was with the pool when I bought my home. It recently stopped functioning, with no power at the panel. I replaced the PC Board 0660-12B-1 with a new GLX-PCB-RITE from Inyo Pool supply. Everything looks the same except on the new board there are an orange and yellow wire tab connector that are not on the original board. Inyo says its the right replacement board, but in troubleshooting the power issue, one of the checks is for voltage between yellow wire on the rectifier and yellow wire connected to that tab on the board. Am I now missing some connection between board and rectifier or board and transformer? I confirmed supply voltage to the board but get no other voltage readings, and I am suspecting the transformer, but need to know about those two extra tabs.

    Any help greatly appreciated!

    David

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    Re: Hayward Aqua Rite No Power

    Do you have pictures of both boards and the box?
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    Re: Hayward Aqua Rite No Power

    The first image below is the original board (green) (disregard the yellow arrrows!)
    the other 2 images are the board I now have. Circled in red are the tab areas for the yellow and orange cables.

    David


    aquarite pic3.jpgaquarite pic1.jpgaquarite pic2.jpg

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    Re: Hayward Aqua Rite No Power

    Are there two loose wires?

    Is the bottom board the new board?

    I'm confused about exactly what you have going on.

    What are the black and white wires you have on the left?

    Can you show better pictures?
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