How do I reset my Jandy AquaPure?
Each time a flow sensor is unplugged and plugged back in again the computer inside the unit must be reset by turning the power ‘off’ and then ‘on’. Failure to do this will result in erroneous readings.
What does check AquaPure no flow?
I would like to remind everyone that if your AquaPure system is showing “No Flow”, with or without any other error codes, your system IS NOT making chlorine. Don’t ignore it.
How do I clean my AquaPure sensor?
Turn the flow/temp/salinity sensor counterclockwise to remove it from the three-port cell. Clean the sensor contacts gently with a household cleaning pad. Rinse well with water. This should be done yearly.
How do you test a DC cord for AquaPure?
AquaDoctor. If you’re getting code 120/121, leave the DC cord on the cell, just pull it up a little (enough room to get a volt meter lead in) and check DC volts. Yes, 48 high it should normally be between 22-30 Volts DC. Make sure the cord is pressed FIRMLY on the cell.
How do you test a Jandy salt cell?
Submerge the salt cell in a bucket of pool water, but do not get the wiring connections wet. Turn on the pump and activate the salt system. Put the output on the salt system at 100% for this test. Put the output back to the original setting when you are done.
How do you clean a Jandy chlorinator?
Jandy recommends using a cleaning mixture of 10 parts water to one part muratic acid. Use a bucket with this correct mixture. When ready unscrew the cell from the pipe and put it into the bucket submersing the cell in the mixture.
Why does my Jandy say no flow?
The “No Flow” light indicates that the flow switch is not detecting sufficient water passing through. Check the following: cleaning the cell or the filter (see how to backwash a DE Filter or Clean a Cartridge Filter). Replace the flow sensor.
How do you clean Aquapure cells?
Add one pint of muriatic acid to two quarts of water in a bucket. Pour the solution into the cell so it begins to foam. Leave the solution in the cell until the foaming has stopped or until the solution has been in the cell for more than 30 minutes.
How do you clean a Jandy Aquapure cell?
Add one pint of muriatic acid to two quarts of water in a bucket. Pour the solution into the cell so it begins to foam. Leave the solution in the cell until the foaming has stopped or until the solution has been in the cell for more than 30 minutes. Wash the cell well with water.
How can I tell if my salt cell is bad?
If the salt cell bubbles, but only a little bit, then you probably have a bad cell. It is still a good idea to call a pool professional to confirm this diagnosis. If the salt cell bubbles vigorously, then it is working fine.