I have a one year old Pentair "Rainbow 320" auto chlorinator. I
noticed recently it doesn't seem to be dissolving the three inch
chlorine tablets very well. I cleaned out the tablets and looked in
the bottom and noticed a greasy brown film buildup of residue on the
filter screen. Someone told me to soak it with "non-acetone" finger
nail polish remover which I poured in there and swirled around but I
can't get a brush down in there to clean it. Anybody got any
Many similar deposits are just calcium compounds that dissolve out quickly
with pool acid. Immerse in a bucket of 10 pct HCl (1:3 dilution of common
pool acid). Then get rid of the solution as pH control in your pool.
This assumes your apparatus is not attacked by the acid.
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