I have an Intellichlor SWG and the "clean cell" light is flashing. I looked in the instruction manual and it says:
"Place the cell vertically in a five gallon bucket. Pour the acid solution (1 part acid:4 parts water) into the
cell until the blades are just covered. Allow the acid solution to bubble, and to clean the blades. The
acid should only be contained in the cell and not around it."
This got me to thinking: if the acid is not to come in contact with the outside of the unit, what is going to keep the solution from seeping out from underneath the unit as I pour the solution into it? Does the weight of the unit itself provide enough of a seal to keep the acid solution contained?
Anyone have any experience with this?