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CODE

WHAT IT MEANS

WHAT TO DO

110

Reference temperature is less than 34

Clean flow sensor with green kitchen scrubby thing.  If problem is not corrected replace flow sensor. If problem still not corrected the replace the backboard. If problem still not corrected replace the front board.

111

Reference temperature is greater than 121

Clean flow sensor with green kitchen scrubby thing.  If problem is not corrected replace flow sensor. If problem still not corrected the replace the backboard.  If problem still not corrected replace the front board.

112

Heated temperature is less than 34

Clean flow sensor with green kitchen scrubby thing.  If problem is not corrected replace flow sensor. If problem still not corrected the replace the backboard.  If problem still not corrected replace the front board.

113

Heated temperature is greater than 121

Clean flow sensor with green kitchen scrubby thing.  If problem is not corrected replace flow sensor.  If problem still not corrected the replace the backboard.  If problem still not corrected replace the front board.

114

Temperature difference is greater than 2

Clean flow sensor with green kitchen scrubby thing.  If problem is not corrected replace flow sensor.  If problem still not corrected the replace the backboard.  If problem still not corrected replace the front board.

115

Sensor element is not heating.

Replace flow sensor.

120

Low forward current to cell.

Cell may have failed take cell to local pool store for testing and inspection.  If cell is good the salt level my be low. if salt level is good the DC cord may be bad, replace the DC cord.  If the DC cord is good the backboard may be bad, replace the backboard.  The most common reason for this code is the cell has failed or is scaled.  The average life of a cell is 5 years.

121

Low Cleaning current to cell.

Cell may have failed take cell to local pool store for testing and inspection.  If cell is good the salt level my be low. if salt level is good the DC cord may be bad, replace the DC cord.  If the DC cord is good the backboard may be bad, replace the backboard.  The most common reason for this code is the cell has failed or is scaled.  The average life of a cell is 5 years.

123

Low or zero current to cell.

The most common reason for this code is a bad DC cord from the control box to the cell, replace the DC cord.  If this does not correct the problem have the cell checked see code 120/121.  If the problem still persists replace the backboard.

144

Salt level is below 2000 ppm.

First have the salinity level checked independently from the reading on the Clormatic to verify the reading is correct.  If the reading is correct add the proper amount of salt to the pool. If the reading is wrong clean the flow sensor (see code 110).  If the reading is still wrong have the flow sensor re-calibrated by a pool professional. If the problem persists replace the flow sensor.

145

Salt level is too high.

First have the salinity level checked independently from the reading on the Clormatic to verify the reading is correct.  If the reading is correct drain the pool no more that 3" at a time and refill with fresh water then have the salt level checked. Repeate this process until the salt level is between 2700 and 3500 ppm.

199

Flow sensor error.

The flow sensor has failed replace the flow sensor.

EC

External device connect to unit.

The Clormatic thinks there is a device that is an external control device connected to it and will not function.  Turn unit off and on again and it should clean the code.  If not replace the front board. If there is an external control device you will operate the unit from that device.

LO

Low water temperature cut off.

The water temperature has reached the lowest number installed on the software and has stopped the production of chlorine in the pool. Production of chlorine will resume when the water temperature has reached approximately 55.

HH

High reading on salt.  Salt level has exceeded the maximum range of the program.

First have the salinity level checked independently from the reading on the Clormatic to verify the reading is correct.  If the reading is correct drain the pool no more that 3" at a time and refill with fresh water then have the salt level checked. Repeate this process until the salt level is between 2700 and 3500 ppm.

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