This method for the first time was used in the country for aluminum electrolysis cells with 20-anodes technology. This method is very useful for electrochemical cells removed from the circuit during operation, and would reduce the cost of production. First, the current was reduced to 5 kA, and about 6 tons of molten electrolytes were added to the electrochemical cell. The electrolyte height reached about 28 centimeters and then at the current of 5 KA, the plates were removed. Due to the melting of the metal, the resistance decreased. Next, we added sodium carbonate, and at the same time, we measured the distribution of anodic current and drop of clamps. Since, this method did not require relining (metal discharge and anode replacement); it was effective in reducing the costs of aluminum metal production.