- Where can I get a copy of the owner's manual?
- How do I run this thing?
- Why does the screen read “No Cell Power”?
- Why does the screen read “Communication Error”?
- What does “Base Receiver Not Responding” or “Last Key Press Was Not Received” mean?
- How do I “Teach” the wireless unit?
- How much salt does the system require?
- Will the water taste salty?
- Why use electronic chlorination over traditional chlorine?
- Will the Aqua Rite™ work with my existing pool?
Where can I get a copy of the owner's manual?
How do I run this thing?
There are 5 different “Main Menus” to scroll through:
- Default Menu: Scrolls across the screen after the display is left dormant a few moments
- Settings Menu: Change temps or chlorination settings, time of day, ect.
- Timers Menu: Set all time clock settings for pumps lights or anything else programmed to “time clock”
- Diagnostic Menu: Check any issues with the salt system, or any other warning should be displayed here
- Configuration Menu: Sets the parameters for how the system is to function, pool only, pool and spa, pool/ spa standard/ dual, ect.
Pressing “MENU” cycles through each given main menu. Once the menu you are searching for is displayed, pressing the right and left arrows ( < & >) will toggle through that menus’ sub menus. Once you see the setting you are looking for, plus and minus (+ & -) will orchestrate any desired change. Pressing menu to exit will then save any changes that were made.
Why does the screen read “No Cell Power”?
Why does the screen read “Communication Error”?
What does “Base Receiver Not Responding” or “Last Key Press Was Not Received” mean?
How do I “Teach” the wireless unit?
- Step 1: Press menu till you see “Settings Menu”.
- Step 2: Press to the right till you see “Teach Wireless” and then press plus.
- Step 3: At this point the screen on the main control will read “Press And Hold Wireless Button” – at this point grab the remote you’re attempting to “Teach” and hold any key, continue to hold the button till the screen reads “Teach Wireless Successful” or “Teach Wireless Completed”. At that point the wireless unit should control the system up to 400 feet line of sight and up to 100 feet through obstructions. Wire mesh (such as some fences, high levels of metal rebar, or perhaps other items using similar radio waves could effect the range of the wireless units.)