Split off of this post. JasonLion
I'm having a very similar problem -- it's what triggered me to register to join this forum a few minutes ago. Whether I put my Goldline Aqua-Rite T-15 unit on 100% or on Superchlorinate, I notice lately that it stops generating (green generating light on steady, but 0 amps) after a little while. I haven't timed it yet, so I don't know if it's 24 minutes, or if it comes back on after 2 hrs. My water temp right now is bouncing from about 58F to 61F depending on time of day, sun, weather, etc. I talked to a Goldline rep yesterday and was told it is supposed to run on a 100 minute cycle, generating for the % of the 100 minutes the dial is set on, and 100% of the time for superchlorinate. He just kind of blew me off saying I needed to call out a technician. Never mentioned it had anything to do with the temp. I actually called primarily about a failed (?) flow sensor, hoping they could help me diagnose. Didn't get a great deal of help there, but I'll talk about that in a separate post (I jumped the leads to the sensor for now, though they wouldn't confirm to me it was OK to do that -- it worked).