Saline Generating Systems Breeze 320 (now CMP PowerClean) Replacement Salt Cell
Saline Generating Systems Breeze 320 (now CMP PowerClean) Replacement Salt Cell

Saline Generating Systems Breeze 320 (now CMP PowerClean) Replacement Salt Cell

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Part Number: SGSB320-RC
Retail Price:$419.00
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3-Blade Replacement Cell for SGS Breeze / CMP PowerClean 20,000 Gallon Salt Systems
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Power: 0.7 lbs/day
5 Year Limited Warranty
10000 Hours Rated Lifespan
20000 Gallons Max Capacity
Saline Generating Systems offers replacement cells for its Breeze 320 Salt Chlorine Generators, for pools up to 20,000 gallons. With an available output of 0.70 pounds of chlorine a day you can rest assured of having plenty of capacity for your pool's sanitation requirements.

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Q: I have a S G 3000 salt chlorine generator that needs a new cell. Is this the correct replacement cell?

Asked by: Sam Barfield - 5/27/2019
A: The newer replacement model for the SG-3000 cell will be the Breeze-540 cell
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (5/27/2019)

Q: I have a SGS Control Panel, MET UL1081, E112975. My salt cell is leaking at the screw on cap. What cell would I buy to replace it?

Asked by: Dean - 9/28/2019
A: Those number don't tell the model. If the model number (Breeze 320, 540, 760) isn't marked, you can just count the number of titanium plates: 3 plates will be the Breeze 320 cell (this item you are asking about), 5 plates is the Breeze 540 cell, 7 plates is the Breeze 760 cell.
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Answer provided by: Nathan (9/30/2019)

Q: Does the generator come with a new seal? If not, what part number should I order.

Asked by: Yanni - 6/23/2019
A: This item does not come with the o-ring. If needed, you can find that part here: https://www.discountsaltpool.com/SGS-Breeze-O-Ring-_p_353.html
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (6/24/2019)

Q: How long is the chord ?

Asked by: Lisa - 7/25/2019
A: It's the factory length cord, right about 10 feet.
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Answer provided by: Dale (7/25/2019)

Q: I have a SG 3000. The cell is heating up after pump is off causing plastic cover to shrink. Also have an air bubble. Status light is blinking.. What do you suggest? Can not get cell out. Sam Barfield

Asked by: Sam Barfield - 12/25/2019
A: Older models like that can't run without the water flow or it can cause damage as you describe. I'll have support reach out to you to help get you the replacement parts you need or to give you other options for something newer and better (which would also not have that problem in the future) if that is a better value.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (12/30/2019)

Q: I have a Breeze Slat Water Chlorinator.. It was put in about 4 years ago.. The cell kept getting gunked up with a white substanvce and the pool guy said he was cleaning it off every two weeks..doubtful - as since I came back for good it has not happened again..but now, the white cloudy substance (Chlorine) is not coming into the cell although the cell is still vibrating.. Is there a problem solving chart for this? Also, if I need to buy a new cell how do I knwo which one..Thank you for any help Mary

Asked by: Mary - 4/9/2020
A: Typically if the cell is worn out and not working, you'll get the amber service-related warning light and/or the green power light will be flashing. You'll narrow it down to that if you've confirmed there is no debris between the cell plates, your salt level in the water is 4000ppm, and your water temperature is at least in the 60's. Given the age that could be possible.

The clear cell housing is found here: https://www.discountsaltpool.com/Saline-Generating-Systems-Clear-Housing-for-SGS-Breeze-Wave-and-CMP-PowerClean_p_350.html
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Answer provided by: Nathan (4/10/2020)
A: Also, if you'd like to go over the troubleshooting with us just call us at 866-766-5243 ext.2, and we can help go over the details.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (4/10/2020)

Q: This looks like my SGS 3000 salt cell element , will it work on my system ?

Asked by: Bill skukowski - 5/2/2020
A: Breeze and SG cells can be interchangeable, but you would want to count how many titanium blades your old system has and make sure you order a new one with the same amount.
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Answer provided by: Ty (5/5/2020)
A: If have a SG-3000 cell, you would want the newer Breeze540 model cell.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (5/4/2020)

Q: Your picture shows 5 plates , is this a correct pic ??

Asked by: Bill - 5/12/2020
A: This is a 3-Blade Replacement Cell for SGS Breeze / CMP PowerClean 20,000 Gallon Salt Systems
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Answer provided by: Nathan (5/13/2020)

Q: have INTEX pool has a#11374 .titanium electrode.can"t find a replacement.anything compatable.

Asked by: jerry - 8/29/2020
A: Unfortunately nothing is compatible for an Intex replacement cell other than Intex products. If you'd like help upgrading to a newer system with higher specs, we're glad to assist. Just give us a call at 866-766-5243.
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Answer provided by: Discount Salt Pool (8/31/2020)

Q: The status light on my Breeze Chlorinator board is flashing green. What does this indicate? Note: i just purchased a replacement cell from you and installed it. thanks

Asked by: Larry Newell - 10/2/2020
A: The SGS troubleshooting guide says to check a few things, such as make sure your water temperature is not cold, make sure water is completely filling the cell during operation, make sure the cell cable's inner prongs are fully extended and getting a 100% tight connection with the controller, as well as checking that the controller's circuit boards are not damaged.
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Answer provided by: Kyle (10/5/2020)