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Thread: Fried my aqua trol - where to buy parts

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    Fried my aqua trol - where to buy parts

    Alright this dumb noob had his aqua trol hooked up for less than a day and then while trying to do a back wash soaked his aqua trol control unit and it shorted out. ( at least it tripped the breaker) after taking it apart and drying all that I could see it does the same thing.

    My question is where can I find a new control unit without paying the full price for a complete kit?

    Or is there anyone here who services these units?

    Thanks for helping a noob who just made a expensive mistake today.

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    NWMNMom's Avatar
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    Waaay NW MN

    Re: Fried my aqua trol - where to buy parts

    Oh bummer. Go to th Aqua Products website customer service page. It should have some resources
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    Silver Spring, MD

    Re: Fried my aqua trol - where to buy parts

    An Internet search turns up a couple of places that sell parts, for example here.
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    Re: Fried my aqua trol - where to buy parts

    Wow the parts for these are more expensive than just buying the who kit. I bought mine for 500. and the control unit alone from some of these parts places want more than that for just the controller.
    I guess my options are buy a hole new unit for 500.00 or just not use the salt generator and do it the old fashioned way.

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    Re: Fried my aqua trol - where to buy parts

    Can you elaborate on what 'the old fashioned way means'? There are some dangers to be aware of if I am guessing correctly on what you have in mind.
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