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Thread: Dolphine Oasis Z5 Power Supply...is this right?

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    Dolphine Oasis Z5 Power Supply...is this right?

    Just took delivery of this robot, is this how the power supply is supposed to look? Is the display supposed to be covered like that? Can't seem to find anything, like a protective film, to take off of it.....there's a button on it but none of the indicator lights show through.

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    Approx. 35K gal. IG vinyl. Hayward DE filter w/2hp Superpump. Built in fall of 2004, Taylor K-2006 Test kit. Hayward Heatpump, slide, driving board, Blue Diamond remote robot, two LED color changing lights. Using municipal aquifer-fed water supply with no restrictions.

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    Re: Dolphine Oasis Z5 Power Supply...is this right?

    Yep that's it. The remote only gives you a few options as well.
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    Re: Dolphine Oasis Z5 Power Supply...is this right?

    That's how mine looks

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    Re: Dolphine Oasis Z5 Power Supply...is this right?

    Wow...OK, now that's weird....so you kind of have to run it through the remote to get either the fast or slow speed? I'm glad I bought the pro remote, many more options. This is kind of ridiculous....
    Approx. 35K gal. IG vinyl. Hayward DE filter w/2hp Superpump. Built in fall of 2004, Taylor K-2006 Test kit. Hayward Heatpump, slide, driving board, Blue Diamond remote robot, two LED color changing lights. Using municipal aquifer-fed water supply with no restrictions.

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