Thanks Jim, I’ll do as you suggest.Tyler,
Sounds great, but keep in mind if you turn on a circuit without a schedule, it will only run as long at the egg-timer allows.
The Default egg timer is 12 hours... This means that unless you change the egg-timer the pump will shut of in 12 hours.
I suggest, as a test, you set up your Pool Circuit on a schedule of 7am until 7am.. This will run the Pool Circuit for 24/7.
Or your can set up Pool with the heater, as you have it now, from 7 am until 7 pm and the Pool without the heater from 7 pm until 7 am.. Either way should work..
I would leave High Speed out of the equation for now.
I find that programming works much better for me when I use my PC.. You get screens like this..
Yes I just saw that as well. I’ll put it into service and recheck and report back. Nothing is ever simple it would seem!Tyler,
Marty caught something that I missed.. When you go into the Service mode, the pump should still get AC power, but the pump's display should NOT say "Display not active". The display should then have a regular screen that allows you to run the pump manually from the pump's control panel.. Kind of the whole reason for a Service Mode..
All good!!Yes I just saw that as well. I’ll put it into service and recheck and report back. Nothing is ever simple it would seem!
You are causing half of your problems yourself.. When you push the "Pool" icon to turn the pump back on, it starts the egg-timer and can screw up the schedule.. Depending on when you do it, it might take the system 24 hours to catch up.
Try running 8 am until 8 am... And see what happens.. It should not shut off..
Show me your egg-timer list.
One step at a time.. we will eventually get there..
Sounds good re the egg timers. I use them for the lights and spa so I don’t have to worry about them.Tyler,
You can see looking at the egg-timers, that if you manually turn on say the Pool Circuit, it will run for 12 hours and then shut off.. The same goes for High Speed Circuit..
If you manually turn on the Lights circuit they will run for 4 hours and 30 minutes and then shut off.
I'm not saying never use the manual button, I am saying that if we are trying to troubleshoot something it confuses things.
It looks like you’re probably right. I restarted the pump this am at the panel. It would seem it then shut off about 12 hrs later.Tyler,
It makes no sense at all that the pump shuts off after 12 hours, if the schedule is set for 24 hours...
The only thing I can think of is that the pump is shutting off due to the egg-timer and not the schedule..
Two things you could try.. Make sure the pump is off say at midnight and see if the pump starts on its own at 8 am the next day.. and then see if it still shuts off after 12 hours. (I'd try this first)
You could also set the Pool egg-timer to "Don't turn off"...
I'd be patient and see if the pump starts on its own at 8 am, and will run 24/7, or if it shuts off after 12 hours..
I'd try the egg-timer if the pump will not run 24/7 on its own.