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Thread: Jandy 2-speed pump relay install

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    Dec 2012
    Double Oak, Texas

    Jandy 2-speed pump relay install

    I am in the process of replacing a non-working 2hp single speed Jandy Stealth pump motor, with a new 2-speed motor. I have a Jandy Aqualink RS6 controller, and I see in the manual that the new 2-speed relay gets connected to the AUX-2 plug that my blower is currently connected to, but other than changing the #2 dip switch position, the manual doesn't call for any other configuration changes. Since my blower was connected to the 2-speed relay needs to be connected to, where should I move my blower to? What config changes do I need to make to have both the 2-speed relay and my blower function properly?

    Thanks for you help.

    21K gal Plaster pool w/ 6 jet Spa, 2 HP Jandy Stealth JHPU2.0 (upgraded to a 2-speed motor) pump for pool/spa, Jandy 60 sqft DE filter, Aquapure 1400 SWG, Jandy Aqualink RS6 Controller. Water feature with Jandy JHPU1.0 Pump, Tiger Shark pool cleaner

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    Tucson, AZ

    Re: Jandy 2-speed pump relay install

    Sorry for the lack of responses, but automation is an area where there are not many members with experience.

    Maybe someone will see this bump and be able to help.
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