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Aquapure Jandy salt cell- Need some wisdom

Posted by Ed7890 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 7, 13 at 19:12

I have read the other forums about Jandy and it leaves me a little scared of what that will look like in the upcoming years as far as fixes and mechanical repairs.
I just had the salt cell replaced and I'm in my 3rd year of having the pool...
My question is what % do I keep it at during the 100 degree texas days? I really think/thought the guys that built the pool said to keep it at 100% during the hot days of summer and even like the weather we are experiencing still.
We do have a pool company and I've noticed the guy that cleans it sometimes knocks it down to 35%.
Who's right? What do I set it on?
Sounds like lower is better?
thanks for any wisdom.

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RE: Aquapure Jandy salt cell- Need some wisdom

We are in NJ, and I've always ramped mine up when we get those 90-100 degree stretches of weather or extended periods of rain. Make sure you stabilizer levels are good as well. I always keep mine on 75% as a norm.

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