I need some help, please. I have an Aqua Rite Goldline saltwater system that was installed in 2005. Last swim season the salt cell went out and I put off buying a new one until this month. After replacing the T-15 cell with a generic cell and adding salt, I got a high salt warning light. I had the water tested at my local pool store and the salt was 3100. However, the display shows 4000. I then had the water tested at two other pool stores and they confirmed my salt was 3100. I replaced the PCB board and it still shows high salt. I then returned the new T-15 cell and purchased another one, and still get the high salt level at 4000. On the off chance that the new PCB was bad, I returned it and got a new one shipped to me. So after two salt cells, and multiple PCB replacements, and four water tests at three different stores (all at 3100) I am at a loss. Any ideas on what the problem is and how to fix it? At this point, I am ready to return everything and just use liquid chlorine and Cal Hypo to manage my water.