No Flow

nfragoso

Member
May 13, 2020
15
MA
After opening my pool, I got my salt level, ph, TA all set however I cannot get chlorine generated. Originally my control panel was functioning fine, however it went from saying the salt level was 3200 last night to 1600 this morning and now the No Flow light is on. Do I just need to replace the flow switch, or could it be something else?
 

Flying Tivo

Well-known member
Jan 24, 2017
1,627
Monterrey, NL, Mexico
Give us a little more info on your pool. Please fill your signature with pool info. Low flow with the same settings as before is usually a dirty filter. What type of filter do you have? Have you cleaned it lately? Have you added any floc to your pool?
 

nfragoso

Member
May 13, 2020
15
MA
Give us a little more info on your pool. Please fill your signature with pool info. Low flow with the same settings as before is usually a dirty filter. What type of filter do you have? Have you cleaned it lately? Have you added any floc to your pool?
Thank you, I added the info to my signature. We have cleaned everything-the pool was built in 2016 and we did replace the t cell once.
 

nfragoso

Member
May 13, 2020
15
MA
Okay, we had water tested again and all readings aside from chlorine are perfect. Everything is clean and we went ahead and replaced the flow switch. The control panel is still saying the salt is too low (1500), so it won’t generate chlorine. We are going to have the pool company come but they can’t get here for a week. Any other ideas?
 

mknauss

Mod Squad
TFP Expert
Bronze Supporter
May 3, 2014
29,498
Laughlin, NV

Have you run the diagnostics with your controller?