|Scale Build-up within the Cell.
||The water being purified contains high pH, total alkalinity and
calcium hardness levels.
||Calculate Langelier's index to assure balanced water. Adjust
chemicals if needed and clean the Cell as described above.
|DC Plug and Cell Terminals Burned.
||The Cell plug is not securely pushed onto the cell terminals,
allowing moisture to seep into the plug.
The Cell terminals
|Ensure the Cell cord plug is pressed completely onto the Cell
terminal. Check the terminals and clean with a dry cloth to remove dirt and
Contact the factory for Warranty
|Premature Cell Failure (Requires Replacement Cell).
||Abnormally high Cell usage due to an insufficient Stabilizer
(Cyanuric acid) level.
Debris in the Cell.
Check the stabilizer level as recommended and
Inspect the Cell monthly and clean debris if
|White Flakes in the Water.
||This occurs when excessive calcium hardness is present. This
should cease after a few days. .
||Visually inspect Cell for scale build-up and clean the cell as
described above. Adjust your water chemistry as needed.
|"NO FLOW" Message.
||Insufficient Flow (Min. 15 gpm)
A Flow switch wire is
|Ensure your Filter and Cell are clean of debris.|
there are no valves diverting flow away from the cell.
Check each end for
tightness onto the terminals.
|"LOW AMPS" message.
||Very cold pool water.
The Cell is
Possible Cell failure.
|Lower the output and add a Non-Chlorine Shock|
Potassium Monopersulfate to the pool
until the water temperature rises above
See #2 of this section.
Check with a 957
tester and replace if needed.
Also see #4 of this section.
|No GREEN CELL light (Cell Life Depleted).
Low Cell Amperage.
The Cell Cord is Disconnected
from the Cell.
Fuse Blown on Power Module.
Ensure that the cord is firmly pressed
into the cell.
Replace Fuse. See Owner's Manual for fuse rating