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Robot limpiapiscinas Para piscinas públicas y privadas Manual de operación Robot nettoyeur Pour piscines publiques et privées Manuel d'utilisation BK / REV PB Content 1. BEFORE USING YOUR POOL CLEANER

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Robot limpiapiscinas Para piscinas públicas y privadas Manual de operación Robot nettoyeur Pour piscines publiques et privées Manuel d'utilisation BK / REV PB Content 1. BEFORE USING YOUR POOL CLEANER 2. PROGRAMMING YOUR POOL CLEANER 3. SETTING THE OPERATI TIME 4. SETTING THE DELAY TIME 5. CLEANING LEVEL 6. POOL FEATURES 7. USING THE REMOTE CTROL 8. INFORMATI MODE 9. MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT 10. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 11. AQUA KART PAGE 6 PAGE 10 PAGE 10 PAGE 11 PAGE 11 PAGE 12 PAGE 13 PAGE 16 PAGE 20 PAGE 21 PAGE 25 Indice 1. ANTES DE UTILIZAR SU LIMPIAPISCINAS 2. PROGRAMACIÓN DEL LIMPIAPISCINAS 3. AJUSTE DEL INTERVALO DE FUNCIAMIENTO 4. AJUSTE DEL TEMPORIZADOR 5. NIVEL DE LIMPIEZA 6. FUNCIES DEL LIMPIAPISCINAS 7. USO DEL CTROL REMOTO 8. MODO DE INFORMACIÓN 9. MANTENIMIENTO Y AJUSTE 10. RESOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS 11. AQUA KART PÁGINA 30 PÁGINA 34 PÁGINA 34 PÁGINA 35 PÁGINA 35 PÁGINA 36 PÁGINA 37 PÁGINA 40 PÁGINA 44 PÁGINA 45 PÁGINA 49 Table des matières 1. AVANT D UTILISER VOTRE ROBOT DE PISCINE 2. PROGRAMMATI DE VOTRE ROBOT DE PISCINE 3. RÉGLAGE DE LA DURÉE DE FCTINEMENT 4. RÉGLAGE DU DÉLAI DE RETARDEMENT 5. NIVEAU DE NETTOYAGE 6. CARACTÉRISTIQUES DE LA PISCINE 7. UTILISATI DE LA TÉLÉCOMMANDE 8. MODE D INFORMATI 9. ENTRETIEN ET RÉGLAGE 10. GUIDE DE DÉPANNAGE 11. AQUA KART PAGE 54 PAGE 58 PAGE 58 PAGE 59 PAGE 59 PAGE 60 PAGE 61 PAGE 64 PAGE 68 PAGE 69 PAGE 73 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIS READ AND FOLLOW ALL THE INSTRUCTIS CAUTI: Do not plug the power supply into a grounded outlet or do not switch the pool cleaner if it is not fully immersed in water. Operating the cleaner out of water will cause severe damage immediately and will result in loss of warranty. Allow the cleaner to remain in the pool for 15 to 20 minutes following the end of its cleaning cycle. This will allow the motors to cool adequately. Do not leave the cleaner in the pool all the time. Always remember to turn the power supply and unplug it from the power outlet before removing the cleaner from the pool. WARNING: The cleaner must not be used when people are in the water. For use with swimming pool only Safety Note - The unit must be supplied through a residual current device (RCD) having a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30 ma - The connection to the branch circuit should be consistent with the local and national wiring rules (electrical code). - Mishandling of the unit can result in leakage of lubricants. - If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer s service agent or a qualified and trained person in order to avoid hazards. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. WARNING: A Ground Fault Current Interrupter (GFCI-USA) or a Residual Current Device (RCD-EUROPE) must be installed to protect your electric outlet and prevent any possible electric shock. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIS 1 2 Power Supply Timer Delay R/C 35 Pool Cleaner Remote Control Filter Assembly 15 Floating Cable Pool Cleaner 1. Unit Body 2. Handle 3. Side Plate 4. Drive Track 5. Wheel Tube and Brushes 6. Infrared Sensor Remote Control 7. timer button 8. LED 9. right turn button 10. left turn button 11. change direction button 12. remote control mode button 13. delay button 14. remote control transmitter Control Panel 15. Operation Time 16. Init. Mode 17. Delay Mode 18. Cleaning Mode 19. OK/Error indication 20. Test Mode 21. Full Bag 22. Information 23. Select Pool Features 24. Select Cleaning Type 25. Select Delay Time 26. Select Cleaning Cycle 27. floating cable 28. plug (transformer to unit) 29. E-Z Swivel Filter Assembly 30. Bottom lid assembly 31. Filter bag 32. Intake valve flaps Power Supply 33. Button 34. Button 35. Socket Power Supply Control Panel 5 1. Before using your pool cleaner Location of the Power Supply Unit (Transformer) Important Tips ½ Power supply ½ Shut off and unplug the power supply every time you remove the cleaner from the water. Clean the filter bag after every cycle. Periodically straighten out the floating cable. Replace worn brushes to ensure maximum cleaning performance. Save your cleaner's packaging for off-season storage or for shipping the unit to your dealer if service is required. Leave your pool cleaner in the water for 15 to 20 minutes after every cleaning cycle. Do not leave your cleaner in direct sunlight when not in use. Never leave the power supply in direct sunlight and avoid leaving it in the rain. Occasionally, you should rinse your cleaner including the Lock Tabs and intake valves on the Bottom Lid Assembly in clean, fresh water. This will lengthen the service life of the drive belts, drive tracks and scrubbing brushes. Clean the propeller once a month (see page 15) Power supply 6 Fig. 1 To Operate Your Pool Cleaner 1) Plug the pool cleaner cable into the power supply. Make sure the key on the plug corresponds exactly with the key slot on the socket of the power supply (fig. 2) 2) Completely immerse the cleaner in water. 3) While the pool cleaner is in the water, gently tilt it side to side (fig. 3). This will allow any trapped air to escape through the pump outlets. Then, with a gentle push, allow the cleaner to sink to the bottom of the pool. NOTE: If the pool cleaner does not sink to the bottom of the pool, it s a result of trapped air. This air must be removed for proper operation (Repeat step 3). 4) Uncoil the floating cable fully and spread it over the pool water surface as evenly as possible. Make sure the cable has no tangles or kinks. (fig. 1) 5) Plug the power supply into a proper grounded outlet. (verify the proper voltage again). Switch the power supply. The pool cleaner will start to operate and clean the pool in accordance with the cleaning program that you choose. For details see next page. Removing the unit from the pool 1. Pull the unit by the floating cable until the unit is close to the surface and the attached Rope Assembly is within your reach. 2. Turn the unit until the brushes are close to the wall. 3. With both hands, grasp the loop at the end of the Rope Assembly and gently pull or lean backwards to lift the far side of the unit from the water. This will allow the water to drain from the robot. 4. When the water has drained, grasp the handle with both hands and lift the unit from the water. CAUTI: Bringing the unit side plate next to the pool wall and using the handle to lift the far side from the water for draining may cause severe damage to the Handle Assembly. correct wrong Key slot Remote control transmitter Power Outlet Cable plug 3 Power supply Floating Cable Pool Cleaner 7 Power (Red) Shuts Off the Pool Cleaner Control Panel Power (Gr een) Starts the Pool Cleaner Control Panel 1. Operation Time 2. Initial Mode 3. Delay Mode 4. Cleaning Mode 5. OK/Error indication 6. Test Mode 7. Full Bag 8. Information 9. Select Pool Features 10. Select Cleaning Type 11. Select Delay Time 12. Select Cleaning Cycle Set Select The Power Supply The new Power Supply allows you to pr ogram your Robotic Cleaner for: Operating time Pool length Surface material Required cleaning level You can also select the required time delay before the start of the Cleaning Cycle. The Power Supply LCD Display provides information about faults, total working hours and operation details of the last Cleaning Cycle. To protect the control panel (LCD display) do not leave the power supply in direct sunlight or exposed to rain. 8 Pr ograms and Functions Operator Indicator Initial Mode Indicates that the Robotic Cleaner is ready to use; no faults detected. Delay Mode Cleaning Mode OK/Er ro r Indicatio n Indicates whether the Robotic Cleaner is in Delay Mode: Indicator is lit: Robotic Cleaner is in Delay Mode. Indicator is not lit: regular operation, Robotic Cleaner is not in Delay Mode. Rotates to Indicate that Robotic Cleaner is in Cleaning Mode. The Robotic Cleaner- cleans for a predefined period according to the current Cleaning LARGE UNITS: 3, 5, 7 & 9 hours. SMALL UNITS: 3, 5 & 7 hours. OK ( ) Previous Cleaning Cycle completed successfully Er ro r (X ) Failure occurred during the previous Cleaning Cycle. T est Mode For Technicians only Display Operation Time hh:mm Standby Time hh:mm Cleaning Type, Pool Length, Information and Error Codes. Programming Indicators Active set up parameters Select Set Pressing the Select button enables the user to select programming mode, while paging between program modes. Pressing the Set button sets the selected value while paging between the options. 9 2. Programing your pool cleaner Programming The Robotic Cleaner is shipped with the following manufacturer default values: Cycle Time Delay Time Cleaning Level Pool Length 3 hours No delay Regular 50m Note: Programmed values are stored in memory. Therefore the Robotic Cleaner will always start working according to last programmed values. B. IF THE (X) SYMBOL APPEARS, A FAILURE HAS OCCURRED. See the Error code in the information page. 3. To set the operation time Set the Cycle Time according to the amount of debris in the pool. Increase the Cycle Time accordingly. a) Press Select. The Cycle Time indicator and the Time Display 03:00 both flash. Pool Type Rough Ceramic b) Press Set until the desired Cycle Time is displayed. The Robotic Cleaner will operate according to the manufacturer default values unless those values are manually changed (see Programming the Robotic Cleaner ). Programming values are stored in the Power Supply memory even after the Robotic Cleaner is shut off (Power ). LARGE UNITS: Are all units equipped with 2 pump motors for suction SMALL UNITS: Are all units equipped with 1 pump motor for suction Use the following procedure to program your Robotic Cleaner: A. PRESS THE GREEN POWER BUTT UNTIL YOU HEAR A CLICK; OK flashes for four seconds and then disappears (the Power Supply runs a self-test). For example, press twice to display a Cycle Time of 7 hours. c) Press Select the Time Display stops flashing and the Cycle Time is set. the next programming mode appears on the display. Note: The Robotic Cleaner does not stop operating while the Cycle Time is being set. The Operation Time indicator is active and the Clock records the operation time. If Select is not pressed after setup, the Operation Time indicator is automatically activated after 60 seconds. Same logic applies to all other presets 10 Programming Indicators - Active set up parameters d) Press Select Select Cleaning cycle LARGE UNITS: 3, 5, 7 & 9 hours. SMALL UNITS: 3, 5 & 7 hours. the Time Display stops flashing and the Delay Time is set. the next programming mode appears on the display. the Delayed Time indicator is activated and the clock counts down the remaining time (if a Delay Time of 3 hours was set, cleaning is now delayed by 3 hours). d) After programing the cleaning cycle time, the current total cleaning time appears on the power supply display. The total time is displayed until the end of the current cleaning cycle. 4. To set the delay time Delaying Operation of the Robotic Cleaner allows: Debris to sink to the bottom of the pool. Timing the cleaning cycle to end with the opening of the pool. The pool will be clean and ready for swimmers. a) Press Select until the Delay Time indicator appears and flashes. b) Press Set the clock flashes 0 (no delay). c) Press Set until the desired Delay Time is displayed. For example, press twice to display a Delay Time of 3 hours. 11 Programming Indicators - Active set up parameters Select Delay Time LARGE UNITS: 0 (default), 2,3,4 & 5 SMALL UNITS: 0 (default), 2 & 3 5. To select cleaning level type RECOMMENDATI: Before using the Robotic Cleaner for the first time, set the Cleaning Level values according to the Cleaning Level, Pool Length and Surface Material of the pool to be cleaned. When using the Robotic Cleaner to clean a different pool, set the Cleaning Level values accordingly. a) Press and hold Set ; and then press Select ; both the Cleaning Level indicator Display (clock) start to flash. and the Cleaning Level 6. To select pool features RECOMMENDATI: Before using the Robotic Cleaner for the first time, set the Pool Feature values according to the pool to be cleaned. You can ask your dealer to set the values. When using the Robotic Cleaner to clean a different pool, set the Pool Feature values accordingly. Programming Indicators - Active set up parameters Select Cleaning Level Type Select one of three options: 1- Light Cleaning; short cycle 2- Regular Cleaning (default); standard cycle 3- Heavy Duty Cleaning; Long cycle with pump intake operating at high power a) Press Select until the Pool Feature indicator appears. The Pool Features indicator start to flash. b) Press and hold Set and then press Select c) Press Set until the desired Pool Length is displayed. For example, press twice to display a Pool Length of 35. Note: Simultaneously pressing Set and Select prevents unintentional programming of the cleaning level values. b) Press Set until the desired Cleaning Level is displayed. For example, press twice to display a Cleaning Level of 3. c) Press Select again the Cleaning Level is set. the next programming mode appears on the display. d) Press Select the Pool Features indicator stops flashing and the Pool Length is set. the Pool Surface indicator appears and flashes. e) Press Set until the desired Pool Surface is displayed. For example, press twice to display a Pool Surface value of 2. 12 7. Using the remote control f) Press Select the Pool Surface indicator stops flashing and the Pool Surface is set. g) Press Select again the Information Mode indicator appears on the display. Programming Indicators - Active set up parameters Select Pool Features Pool Length - select one of three options: LARGE UNITS 25 - Pool length is 25 meters 35 - Pool length is 30 to 40 meters 50 - Pool length is 50 meters SMALL UNITS 15 - Pool length is 15 meters 20 - Pool length is 20 meters 25 - Pool length is 25 meters The Remote Control Model is provided with a radio control transmitter. This feature will enable you to directly guide the robot to any part of the pool. Pressing the Right or Left buttons causes the robot to turn until the button is released. Pressing the Forward/Reverse button once causes the robot to stop and reverse its direction of travel. Matching the Remote Control Unit to the Power Supply: It is important to match the remote control transmitter to the power supply. This unique identification prevents other transmitters in the area (garage door openers, etc) from interfering with the operation of the remote control. The original remote control provided with your robot is already matched to the power supply. If your remote control unit is not ORIGINAL, it must be matched to the power supply before it can operate. To match the remote control unit to the power supply: Turn the power supply and press the menu button until the ID symbol appears. On the remote control unit, simultaneously press the left and right buttons. The ID number will appear on the power supply display. The remote control is now matched to the power supply. Power Supply Note: Pool dimensions affect the minimum cleaning time. Pool Surface - select one of four options: 1- Concrete surface 2- Vinyl Surface 3- Rough ceramic surface (default) 4 - Smooth ceramic surface Delay R/C Timer 13 REPLACING THE BATTERY The battery installed in the remote control can last several years. If the battery needs replacing, the red light on the remote control unit will not flash when a button is pressed. To replace the battery: 1. Unscrew the 6 screws securing the back cover of the unit using a Philips screwdriver. 2. Remove the battery and dispose of safely. 3. Replace it with a size ½ AA 3.6V lithium battery (type 14250). Observe the correct polarity. 4. Replace the cover and secure the 6 screws. Be sure not to over tighten. Remote Control Timer Left Timer Forward/ Reverse Right Delay R/C 4 Delay R/C NOTE: Dispose of the battery safely. Do not recharge, short circuit, crush, disassemble, heat above 100 C (212 F), incinerate, or expose contents to water Remote Control Functions Timer Sets the Cycle Time. Pressing the Timer button changes the Cycle Time on the Power Supply. Each press of the Timer button changes the Cycle Time to the next Cycle Time option : 3, 5, 7, 9*. Change Direction Changes the Robotic Cleaner s current direction of motion. If the Robotic Cleaner is currently moving forward, pressing the Change Direction button causes the Robotic Cleaner to move backward. If the Robotic Cleaner is currently moving backward, pressing the Change Direction button causes the Robotic Cleaner to move forward. Turn Left Turns the Robotic Cleaner to the left for as long as the Turn Left button is pressed. Turn Right Turns the Robotic Cleaner to the right for as long as the Turn Right button is pressed. Delay The delay feature allows the user to postpone the beginning of a cleaning cycle. Using this feature gives time for the debris to settle down to the pool floor resulting in a more effective cleaning cycle. Pressing the Delay button sets the Delay Time to 2 hours. After the Delay Time has been set to 2, another press of the Delay button resets the Delay Time to 0 (no delay). R/C Changes the Robotic Cleaner s current Operating Mode: Manual Mode or Automatic Mode. If the Robotic Cleaner is currently in Manual Mode, pressing the R/C button changes the Robotic Cleaner to Automatic Mode. If the Robotic Cleaner is currently in Automatic Mode, pressing the R/C button changes the Robotic Cleaner to Manual Mode. * Certain models 15 8. Information mode and error code Err indicates faulty operation. The Information Mode provides information about: the last operation cycle (h) the total working hours of the Robotic Cleaner (H) any failures that occurred during the last cycle (F). RC ID To view the Information Mode data 1. Press Select until the Information Mode indicator appears and flashes. 2. Press Set until the desired Information option is displayed: h - the operation time of the last completed cycle, displayed in HHMM format. H - the total operation time, displayed in HHMM format; this value also indicates the validity of the warranty. RC-id settings of the power supply and Remote control unit. New match between the power Supply and the RC has to be made according to the instruction in the RC unit only when this message is displayed Programming Indicators - Active set up parameters F - last cycle completed successfully for the last cycle operation was faulty. 3. Code and indicate normal operation; the cycle completed successfully. 16 Information Displays detailed information about Robotic Cleaner operation cycles failures and RC ID: 1. Last Cycle Operation Time Preceded by the h symbol and displayed in the HH:MM format. This information disappears after 10 minutes into a new Cleaning Cycle. 2. Total Operation Time The sum total of all cleaning time, starting from the first Cleaning Cycle. Preceded by the H symbol and displayed in the H:MM format. 3. Successful or Faulty Operation of the Previous Cycle Normal Operation The Cleaning Cycle completed successfully, as indicated by the following display; (V) - F (Fault) symbol and error code Failure The cleaning cycle did not complete successfully, as indicated by the following display: (X) F symbol and Error code number (see Error code table). 4. Remote Control ID Displays the RC ID no chosen for that P.S. New ID could be programed for a new RC unit- please refer to the programming instructions Error Codes Table The Error Codes will be shown on the power-supply screen, in the following format: F XX YY XX digits shows an error on the power supply YY digits shows an erro
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