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Thread: Aquabot Power Supply Issue

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    Aug 2015
    White Lake, MI

    Aquabot Power Supply Issue

    Hello everyone,

    I have been a pool owner for three days and I am already messing stuff up, and am hoping somebody could help me out.

    I turned on my Aquabot Turbo this morning and after an hour, I noticed that the bot had stopped moving - he had the power supply chord tangled in his scrubber. I checked the chord and everything was fine, however the light on the power supply will not turn on. I checked the fuse and that was fine, and I also noticed that the "continuous run" like is on. Is there any way to fix this and get my bot running?

    Thank you!

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    Re: Aquabot Power Supply Issue

    Welcome to the forum!

    I'm sorry I can't be of much help,mbutnimmhopingnambump to your thread will get it seen by someone who may have dealt with this.
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    Re: Aquabot Power Supply Issue

    I think there is something about this in the owners manual that is on the aquabot web page, you may want to download a PDF of it (I know it is better than the manual that came in the box for my aquabot turbo T) I just can't recall exactly what it says about the light being on.
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    Re: Aquabot Power Supply Issue

    Sounds like the drive motor may have burned out - I had similar issue couple of years ago, when it happened to me, and I was convinced that it was the power supply. Ended up being the motor. Based on what you are describing - the cable being stuck in the brushes, it does seem more likely than not that it is what happened to you. There is a website, Aquabot Troubleshooting that will walk you through how to check the motor vs the power supply.
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