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Thread: Jandy EPump Controller not responding to anything?

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    Jandy EPump Controller not responding to anything?

    Hey all, I have a Jandy E-Pump with Zodiak controller. I'm not super familiar with the interface, but right now it's in it's timer mode where it runs from 8-5, and I cannot do anything on the controller? Is there any way around this? How can I stop it or get to the menu to make some changes?

    The main control board was just recently replaced, but I cannot change speeds or anything. I see the clock icon, so I know it's in that mode.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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    Re: Jandy EPump Controller not responding to anything?

    Which controller, is it a JEP-R?

    Maybe the keypad is locked.

    3.8 Keypad Lock
    Press and hold both arrow keys for five (5) seconds to lock the keypad.
    To disable the keypad lock, repeat the procedure while the keypad is locked.
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    Re: Jandy EPump Controller not responding to anything?

    Quote Originally Posted by JamesW View Post
    Which controller, is it a JEP-R?

    Maybe the keypad is locked.
    I have not tried that, but I rebooted the system and it still did the same thing. I was able to use the menu when the system is in the stopped mode after the timer turned off the motor, but it seems while the system is running in the timer mode, I cannot do anything? Would that be the case?

    Thanks again!

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    Re: Jandy EPump Controller not responding to anything?

    Try pushing the button for the speed that's on to see if it turns off.

    To do some operations, the pump has to be off.
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