AquaRite salt chlorinator has a built in reminder to inspect and clean the cell every 500 hrs. If the “check salt” light is lit on a Hayward AquaRite salt chlorinator, it could mean a number of things.  First, check the display salt reading – if it’s 2,700 ppm or lower, the check salt light will come on.  We always recommend an independent salt level test.  If the salt level is fine, inspect the Cell and clean if necessary.  Never add salt without first having the water tested independent of the Aqua Rite reading.  Salt only leaves the pool from backwashing a filter, splash out, leak or removing water from the pool.

Reset AquaRite Salt Chlorination Inspect Cell Light

If the Inspect Cell Light is the only LED light flashing, then you can reset it by simply holding down the diagnostic button for 3 seconds, then release.  The Inspect Cell indicator will now reset and will later come back on after another 500 hours of use.

How Much Salt Belongs In Your Pool

Not sure how much salt belongs in your pool? Find out by using the Hayward Water Chemistry Calculator, here.

The New Salt CellTurboCell

Hayward is excited to add a new option to the Genuine Hayward TurboCell Familythe Extended Life TurboCell. With this new TurboCell, you’ll experience the amazing comfort of silky water that won’t irritate your eyes or dry out your skin. This more natural approach to chlorination eliminates the harsh chlorine odors caused by chloramines and leaves your pool feeling healthier and more luxurious. With Salt Chlorination, you receive a continuous supply of fresh, natural chlorine that is constantly circulated throughout your pool. This circulation supplies you the opportunity to drastically cut your chlorine costs over time.

T-CELL-15-CUL is available for use on OmniLogic, all Hayward AquaRite Salt Chlorinators, and OnCommand® and ProLogic® Automation Models.

If you need further assistance in resetting your Inspect Cell Light, join us on our Facebook page and speak to our Tech or go to Hayward.

You can also read this article on Hayward’s Poolside Blog.