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Deluxe spaside instruction sheet

  1. 1. Time of Day: Press the Program key. 12:00 will appear unless the time has been previously set. Use the Up/Down arrows to set the current time. Press the Program key to confirm the setting and return to the Time/Temp mode. Filtration Start Time: Press the Program key until FS and the current setting OFF to 12:00 is displayed. Use the Up/Down arrows to adjust the parameter. Press the Program key to confirm the change and return to the Temp/Time mode. Filtration Duration: Press the Program key until FD and the current setting 0 to 12 hours is displayed. Use the Up/Down arrows to adjust the parameter. Press the Program key to confirm the change and return to the Temp/Time mode. Temperature Display: Press the Program key until TuF (F) or TuC (C) is displayed. Use the Up/Down arrows to adjust the parameter. Press the Program key to confirm the change and return to the Temp/Time mode. Panel Lock: Press the Program key until Loc0 or Loc1 is displayed. Use the Up/Down arrows to adjust the parameter. Press the Program key to confirm the change and return to the Temp/Time mode. Note: Once the spaside panel has been locked, Loc will appear in the display. To Unlock theDefault System Operation: When power is applied, or there is a temporary loss of power, spaside panel the user must follow this procedure. Press the Program Key (Loc will appear). Press (in this order): Up Arrow Key, Pump 1 Key and the Light Key. The Loc will disappear.the system will initiate its default programming. The filter cycle will begin 24-hours after the system hasbeen powered up. The filtration cycle will be active for 1-hour and will repeat every 24-hours. Thetemperature will be maintained at 95BF. Economy Mode: Press this key to toggle between Economy and Normal operation. The Normal Mode (no Ec) will automatically maintain the water temperature at the desired set point. If the set point has not been programmed, the temperature will remain at 95F. This Pump 1 Key: Press this key once to turn Pump 1 on. A second press will turn it off. mode is recommended for users who want the spa available 24 hours a day. Economy Mode 1For dual speed pump operation; Press this key once to turn Pump 1 onto Low speed, press this key a (Ec1) will maintain the water temperature at 20F below the set point until manually removed from thissecond time to turn Pump 1 onto High speed, a third press will turn the pump off. A built-in timer will mode. This mode is recommended for users who occasionally use their spa with a minimal heat-upshut the pump off after 20 minutes of operation unless done so manually. The Pump 1 Icon will appear time required. Economy Mode 2 (Ec2) will maintain the water temperature at 20F below the set pointon the LCD while the pump is running in High speed and flash while it is in Low speed. If the filter icon until 4:00PM. At this time the system will revert back to the Normal Mode until 9:00PM. At 9:00PM theappears, a filtration cycle has begun and you will not be able to turn the pump off. system will begin the Economy Mode again. This cycle will repeat daily unless manually removed from this mode. The Economy Icon will appear while the Economy Mode is active. Freeze Protection: If the spa water temperature drops below 59BF the “Smart Winter Mode” will be activated for a period of 24-hours.If the pump has not been activated in the last 2-hours it will Pump 2 Key: Press this key once to turn Pump 2 on. A second press will turn it off. be turned for a period of 1-minute. This frequency will decrease as the temperature drops. If the spa water temperature drops to 49BF the pump and heater will be activated until the spa waterFor dual speed pump operation; Press this key once to turn Pump 2 onto Low speed, press this key a temperature reaches 50BF. While in this second mode of freeze protection, control over the spa will besecond time to turn Pump 2 onto High speed, a third press will turn the pump off. A built-in timer willshut the pump off after 20 minutes of operation unless done so manually. The Pump 2 Icon will appear disabled until the water has heated sufficiently. The Filtration indicator will be illuminated while in thiswhile the pump is running in High speed and flash while it is in Low speed. mode of operation. High Temperature: If the spa water temperature exceeds 115BF at the high-limit sensor 3 flashing dots will appear below the temperature display and the heater will be turned off. During this time all other outputs (pump, light etc.) will continue to operate. If the spa water temperature exceeds 122BF at the high-limit sensor the heater and all outputs will be disabled. Once the spa water has Accessory/List Key: Press this key to turn blower or accessory on and off. If cooled it will be necessary to cycle power to the spa off then on again to reset the system for normalequipped with a multiple speed blower; press this key once to turn blower onto High speed, a second use.press will turn the blower onto Low speed and a third press will turn the blower off. A built-in timer willshut the pump off after 20 minutes of operation unless done so manually. The Accessory Icon willappear while the blower is running in High speed and flash while it is in Low speed. Error Identification & Service Light/Enter Key: Press this key to turn the light onto its highest intensity, a secondpress will turn the light onto medium, a third press will turn the light onto low and a fourth press will turnit off. If equipped with Fiber Optic: Press this key once to show “L1”. Use the Up arrow key to turn thelight onto High, Medium, Low and Off. Press the light key a second time, “F1” will appear. Use the Uparrow key to turn the Fiber Optic wheel and light on, Fiber Optic wheel off with light on and both Off. If 3 flashing dots appear below the temperature display an error and a need for service has occurred.The light will automatically shut off after 2 hours. The Light Icon will appear while the light is on. (Contact Your Local Dealer for Service) Temperature Set Keys: Press the Up arrow key to increase thedesired temperature. Press the Down arrow key to decrease the temperature. The temperature can beadjusted in 1BF increments from 59BF to 104BF (5BC to 40BC). The new setting will remain on the display If the actual spa water temperature greatly differs from the displayed temperature or the display readsfor 5 seconds as a confirmation. During this time the Set Point icon will be appear to let you know this is a constant 33BF, a temperature sensor error and a need for service has occurred. (Contact Your Localthe desired and not the actual temperature. After 5 seconds the display will return to the current Dealer for Service)temperature reading. When the temperature drops to 1BF below the set temperature, the heater will beturned on until the temperature is 1BF above the set temperature. The heater icon will appear while theheater is on and flash when there is a call for heat and the heater has not yet been activated. If 3 flashing below the temperature display and the temperature displayed is 115BF ro higher, and over temperature condition and a need for service has occurred. (Contact Your Local Dealer for Programming Parameters: There are 5 parameters that may be Service)programmed. Follow these procedures to set each parameter: (1) Press and hold theProgram Key for 5-seconds until the program icon appears. (2) Continue to press the NOTE: If you notice the pump coming on for seemingly no reason throughout the day, theProgram Key until the parameter to be modified is displayed. (3) Once the parameter is system may be in “Smart Winter Mode”. If you cannot control some functions of the spa bedisplayed, use the Up/Down arrows to adjust the setting. (4) Once the parameter has sure to check to see if the Filtration indicator is illuminated. The spa may be in the midst of a filtration cycle. Freeze Protection and Over temperature condition will also limit or disable spabeen adjusted, press the Program Key to confirm the change. The display will then functions.revert back to the Temperature/Time mode. Repeat these steps as needed to modifyeach parameter. http://www.MyPoolSpas.com Wholesale Pool and Spa Parts 920-925-3094 85-0041 Rev.7 09.07.01

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