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Thread: Dolphin Z5 Replacement Power Supply

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    Dec 2014
    Mustang, OK

    Dolphin Z5 Replacement Power Supply

    So, long story short, I left my cleaner running while I was gone and it appears something or someone "punted" my cleaner cart into the pool while it was plugged in. The power supply is busted up and won't power my robot any more. Am looking to replace and have found them for about $200. I actually found one on Pool Supply World for 158, but it shows one part number in the heading and another in the description. Do any of you know if I can use any Dolphin power supply or just go back with 9995675? Maybe an opportunity to get a more feature-rich power supply??? Just curious before I order.

    Another thought: does the remote talk to the power supply or the robot itself???

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    Mod Squad tim5055's Avatar
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    May 2014
    Columbia, SC

    Re: Dolphin Z5 Replacement Power Supply

    Can't answer your questions, but I found !arina Pool & Spa in Denver is a great resource for Maytronics information and parts.

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    Long Beach, CA

    Re: Dolphin Z5 Replacement Power Supply

    Give Pool Supply World a call and see what they have to say. I have had good success dealing with them in the past.

    Maytronics have several power supplies and they are not interchangeable between all models. It would be safe to stick with 9995675 but I have found two other numbers that might be used with the Z5 but I'm not 100% sure on it.
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    Re: Dolphin Z5 Replacement Power Supply

    You won't beat Marina Pool And Spa for Maytronics, and many other cleaner parts.
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    Mayfield, KY

    Re: Dolphin Z5 Replacement Power Supply

    The Smartpool PT9iS PT9i on Marina for 599 looks like a good cleaner, but I can not find a review anywhere. I think I have decided on the Dolphin Primal X3
    20'x28' IG, Vinyl, (Sept 2015) 14,900 Gallon, 3'4 to 5'6 deep, SPLAPOOL 1.5 HP, 220v, 2 speed pump, Waterway Carefree 27" 400 LB Sand filter, Digital Nano plus SWG, TF-100 test kit /speed stir. Dolphin Primal x3 robotic cleaner

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