The original Turbo cell (cell #1) went bad and I replaced it with a new cell (#2).
The Aqua-rite said I had Hi salt.
I had the salt tested at 4 locations. 2 used an analog meter, 1 used test strips and the last used a digital meter. All results indicated salt levels between 2800-3400.
After discussions with Hayward they suggested, cell #2 was mislabeled as a T-5 as opposed to a T-15.
I replaced cell #2 with cell #3, which was tested good at the pool store and verified to be a T-15. I still had Hi salt.
Hayward then gave me the phone numbers of several warranty repair places to come look at the cell and box. Their charges are $115-$150 for a service call.
I feel confident of the salt level in the pool. I feel confident that the cell is good.
About all that is left is the Main PCB.
Has anyone replaced a man PCB? It should be similar to replacing computer parts.
A warranty replacement PCB is $250.
Ideas and comments are welcome.