Another newbie question to make sure I do no damage before I embark on new territory. I've notice there is a fair amount of white build up on one of the connecting tangs (for want of better or correct terminology) on the salt cell. The one closest to me, looking at the power lead cap end on the left is perfectly clean.
There are two of these tangs that come from the end of the cell that is obviously connected to power (has a power lead going through the end cap)and they connect to larger flat plates that sit vertically in the perspex tube.
OK: do I undo the one with the power lead which then exposes where this power lead connects, disconnect the power lead, somehow and then remove the cell, carefully?
I'll then go to the pool shop and purchase some salt cell cleaner and follow the directions. My salt chlorinator system is supposed to be self-cleaning and the frequency is set to about 3/4 of the way towards HIGH.
Is something not set correctly or do they normally have this white build up over a period of time anyway.
Its a Questachlor Xtra.
Thanks and hi from Australia