CompuPool Clear Housing Fits All CPSC
CompuPool Clear Housing Fits All CPSC

CompuPool Clear Housing Fits All CPSC

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Part Number: CMHS
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Compu Pool clear internal housing for all CPSC / CPA models
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This replacement clear cell housing replaces the original Compu Pool electrode housing body with part number JD363102Z. This part is the housing for all CPSC Series and older CPA cell electrodes. This internal electrode housing holds the CPSC-16, CPSC-24, CPSC-36, or CPSC-48 salt cell, and is easily replaceable if cracked, leaking, or damaged. The plastic housing is not made by Compu Pool, and is made to meet or exceed original Compu Pool factory specs to help ensure cracks or leaks don't occur.

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FAQ

Q: I have a CPSC36 unit, it has cracks all in it. Will the clear replacement fit my unit?

Asked by: Lou - 7/25/2017
A: Yes, this item is made to be a direct replacement.
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Answer provided by: Sharon (7/31/2017)

Q: will this fit circupool sj40?

Asked by: jeff - 10/31/2017
A: No, for the SJ models, you would want to see the SJ housing:

https://www.discountsaltpool.com/CircuPool-Clear-Housing-for-SJ-Series_p_244.html
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (10/31/2017)

Q: Have a cracked CPSC36 housing, how do I replace the housing? Meaning separate it from the cell units. thanks

Asked by: Timothy J Gallagher - 6/9/2020
A: There will be 3 threaded collars on your housing that you will unscrew, and that will let you remove your existing clear housing.
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Answer provided by: David (6/10/2020)

Q: can i use a cpsc24 salt cell on a cpsc16 system thanks

Asked by: Steven Willson - 1/23/2024
A: Selecting a new Cell Size (“Cell Amp” Setting)
When upgrading or changing what size cell you are using, you simply need to make a corresponding
change to your Control Module’s settings.
Step 1- While the Control Module is turned on and running like normal, cut input power to the unit (ex:
using the breaker switch or the pump timer switch). The Control Module should go dark.
Step 2- Firmly hold in both the Superchlor (SUPER CL) and the Winter Mode (SNOWFLAKE) buttons
down while the unit is still dark. Restore power to the unit while continuing to firmly hold down the two
buttons (you may wish to get a second person’s help depending on the layout of your pool equipment).
All lights on the keypad will be illuminated while you hold the buttons in. Keep holding both buttons in
continuously for 10 seconds after restoring power, then release. The LED lights will go out, and
“Maintenance Menu” will appear on the screen.
Step 3- A variety of options will appear in the Maintenance Menu; be sure not to make any inadvertent
changes. Press the Select (OK) button to move through the settings to reach the screen that will display
“Load #A”. Using the arrow buttons (not the chlorine output buttons), adjust the Cell Amp setting
accordingly to match your new cell:
IMPORTANT NOTE: Control Modules have 2 specifically sized internal power
supplies ("small" & "large"), allowing small models to only support 4 & 5 plate
cells and large models support only 7 & 10 plate cells.
15A Setting – for models with 4 Titanium Plates – ex: CPSC16
20A Setting – for models with 5 Titanium Plates – ex: CPSC24
30A Setting – for models with 7 Titanium Plates – ex: CPSC36
40A Setting – for models with 10 Titanium Plates – ex: CPSC48
Step 4- After selecting the correct setting, press the Select (OK) button until the message, “TURN MAIN
SWTICH OFF THE ON” appears.
Step 5- Cut input power to the unit again, then restore power to resume normal operation. The system
will have saved your new Cell Size setting and will now work optimally with your new Cell.
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Answer provided by: Steve (1/23/2024)