I’m wondering if this is normal behavior. I have a Hayward aqua rite 900. At the end of last summer I replaced the single speed pump with a new VS pump. Previously both the pump and the salt water generator were wired to the timer and so would turn on and off simultaneously. This winter I removed both the salt cell and the flow switch to store for the winter. I replaced the salt cell with a dummy switch and used a plug to close the hole where the flow switch installs. Yesterday I put the salt cell and the flow switch back in line. I have a low salt reading so the cell won’t run for more then a few minutes before it trips a low salt error. I was expecting that and the cell is reading very close to what my tests indicates which is 2400 it’s minimum requirement is 2700. When I fire up the salt cell it does the normal routine of waiting for the flow sensor to kick in, so far so good. At this point I decided to try something I haven’t ever tried before. I left the salt cell on and turned off the pump to see if the lack of flow would turn off the generator just to see if that worked. It didn’t seem to. I didn’t leave the pump off for long though. Is this normal behavior? Is there a delay between the time the pump would shut off and the lack of flow turns off the generator? Long post for such a simple question I know, just giving background information. One thing I noticed when I removed the flow switch is the installer managed to get a bit of PVC glue on it.