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Post subject: Need pinouot for flow switch on Aqua Logic AQL-P-4

Posted by KevinRD (My Page) on
Tue, May 17, 11 at 6:36

I'm getting the no flow error on my Aqua Logic P-4 control panel. The board was replaced about 16 months ago from what I guess is a well known defect. I know it could still be the board but I suspect it's probably the switch since it's 4+ years old. I'd like to check it out first to make sure before I buy a switch. I should be able to just simulate a closed switch by putting together a jig with a telephone connector\cable and shorting the pins together by twisting the appropriate wires together. Problem is my eyesight isn't what it used to be and I can't tell which two pins are being used.

I've searched the net and couldn't find a reference for a pinout on this connector. Does anyone know where one is?

Thanks


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RE: Post subject: Need pinouot for flow switch on Aqua Logic AQL-

Perhaps this might help.

http://www.hayward-pool.com/pdf/manuals/Manual252.pdf


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RE: Post subject: Need pinouot for flow switch on Aqua Logic AQL-

I think that manual is for a newer model. I did locate the equivalent installation manual for my controller a couple days ago but like this one it did not get down to the detail of pinouts on the board\connector.

Thanks for trying to help, though.


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