Circupool RJ30 convert to 120v

Medic8ed

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Jul 10, 2020
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Hi all!
I’m in the process of installing a new RJ30+ circupool SWG. I need to convert it to 120v.

I’ve tried almost everything to remove the back cover like the instructions tell me, just remove the 6 screws. I can not get the cover off. It doesn’t budge… like it’s glued on!

Any suggestions , hidden tabs or did I miss a hidden screw (or 10)? I don’t want to break the thing before I even use it!

I refer to this forum almost daily for information…thank you for existing!
Mike
 

mguzzy

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Do you have one of those plastic lever tools? it looks like a little plastic crow bar. They are useful in separating plastic parts that have internal clips (liie the way laptops are put together). I have also used credit cards, guitar pics and such to wedge between the halves to get them to pop apart. I bet its just sealed together firmly.
 

Texas Splash

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I’ve tried almost everything to remove the back cover like the instructions tell me, just remove the 6 screws. I can not get the cover off. It doesn’t budge… like it’s glued on!
Mike, I had the same problem. I even called them (DSP) because I was worried, but it finally came loose. If memory serves me right, it wasn't as issue of glue, it was that the two casings were molded with a slight curve that really squeezed tightly against each other. Just take your time. Once you get one corner or side to budge, you'll get it.

 

Medic8ed

Silver Supporter
Jul 10, 2020
6
Trumbull, CT
Pool Size
10000
Surface
Vinyl
Chlorine
Salt Water Generator
SWG Type
CircuPool RJ-30
Mike, I had the same problem. I even called them (DSP) because I was worried, but it finally came loose. If memory serves me right, it wasn't as issue of glue, it was that the two casings were molded with a slight curve that really squeezed tightly against each other. Just take your time. Once you get one corner or side to budge, you'll get it.

Thank you! I’ll keep at it!
 
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