Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby Guest » Tue 24 Mar, 2009 13:39

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Mark if you are getting a reading from an instore water test of 3.7 and are getting an error code 145 does it mean bad sensor or just too much salt... seems funny that it is that sensitive?


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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby Larry » Wed 25 Mar, 2009 01:09

Error 145 means the salinity is too high. This is consistent with high levels of free chlorine.
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Postby Guest » Thu 26 Mar, 2009 01:00

Without knowing the state it is very difficult. :o
There may be a service center or dealer near you who can help.
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby casino777 » Thu 26 Mar, 2009 20:29

I cleaned my chlormatic III generator and keep getting error code 121....but the plates are clean.
The lites I am getting are cell on, flow and cell reversing. It seems to be producing chlrine but I can't clear the 121 code. Anyone have any ideas.
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Clormatic error code

Postby Guest » Fri 27 Mar, 2009 00:56

Error code 121 means 'Low current in reverse direction to cell.'

The manual says to clean the cell and check the DC power cord.

It seems to be producing chlrine

It would produce chlorine in one direction but probably won't when the polarity changes. You can expect increased scale buildup because the reverse current is poor.
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby Guest » Sat 20 Jun, 2009 13:52

how did you solve this problem i am experiencing same replaced dc cord still error 121
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby Ruth Wine » Sat 04 Jul, 2009 09:17

My Clormatic model is CM 301. The service code is 170, stating in manual possible front board service condition. The service light is on, but it is not beeping. All the readings on the face board appears to be fine and it is making chlorine. What do you think sould be the problem.
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby Tom in AZ » Wed 15 Jul, 2009 08:01

I have a Jandy AquaPure 1400 and the flow sensor seems to be the weak link in the system. Codes 172 & 186 means the sensor is bad. Manual says try to clean it but that doesn't work. Replace it. My second one in 3 years went bad this week. Fortunately, it's easy to replace on the Jandy. Screw it in and plug it into the controller. Make sure you use Teflon tape and don’t over tighten. You'll need to use a wrench but be careful, the pipe cracks easy.
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby rrucker5 » Sat 25 Jul, 2009 15:38

Tom,
Just saw your post and having the same issue with my Jandy AquaPure 1400. Quit making chlorine and the only light staying on is the "service" light and occassionally the cell reversing lt. Beeps every few seconds and error code of 172 and 186 display. Did replacing the flow sensor work for you? How does it just go bad all of a sudden? Any way to be sure that's what it is? the cheapest price I have found is $190 for the part.
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby MichaelinFrance » Fri 07 Aug, 2009 08:19

Did anyone get to the bottom of 194 as I have that one as well?
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby superdoopie » Sat 08 Aug, 2009 11:35

194 Error code is: "Cell current is 85% lower than desired and cell voltage above 19V (generates 125 error code - Cell Dirty or needs replacement." This is from the 2009 Jandy Controls workbook.

If the cell is dirty you should remove it and soak it in a MILD solution of muratic acid and water (1:4 ratio acid to water). THe solution will bubble and fizz for a minute or two and when it stops fizzing, take the cell out and hose it off. NEVER use a metal rod or screwdriver and go poking around in there.

You should clean these things once a year for year round pool and every two for colder climates where pool is closed for 6-8 months. They say the cells should last about seven years or so.
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Can anyone help with Clormatic error code?

Postby Millerzone41 » Thu 20 Aug, 2009 13:00

What did anyone find out about error code 172 and 186? I cleaned the sensor like the manual said and it didn't work. Did anyone find a solution? Did a new one fix it?
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Postby superdoopie » Sat 22 Aug, 2009 20:20

Try cleaning the probes where the cord attaches to the top of the cell.

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