Question about Jandy Aqualink Pda Ps4 Wireless Handheld Remote Control System Pool and Spa Combo
The battery signal went from low to the unit completely turning off, so I assumed that new batteries would fix the issue. I have tried 2 sets of new batteries (verified polarity correct) and the unit will not turn on. It's approximately 5 years old. Any suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
F is an igniter failure. Try the following. A. Check fuses on igniter wires. Identify and correct loose connections or broken wires. B. Measure room temperature resistance and ensure value is in the correct range. C. Replace igniter.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
It is most likely not a bad reading on the on the display.
One culprit of a false temp reading could be:
If the temperature sensor is installed after the heater and the circulation pump is clogged or failing, this would allow super heated water to reach the temperature sensor and give you that reading. However, most pool/spa heaters have a high limit switch that would shut down the heater @ 150 degrees F. So this is also unlikely.
The most reasonable answer is to replace the temperature sensor.
If you refer to page 22 in this manual http://www.jandy-downloads.com/pdfs/Allbutton_manual.pdf
you will see that the temperature sensor is installed on terminals 5 and 6.
Trace these wires. They will goto a thermowell (which holds the temperature sensor) either in the pool plumbing, or to a temperature sensor in the heater itself. Temperature sensors when in the heater are located typically above the inlet/outlet header. There will be some disassembling required to access it in this case.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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SOURCE: Pump will not run.
If the motor hums when you try to start it then do the following; Remove the cover on the non-pump end of the pump. This should give you access to the motor shaft. If it is hard to turn then it may be a bearing or some other problem causing too much friction for the motor to start. If you can turn it with your fingers then the next thing to do is find the capacitor and write down its value. It might be something like 30 UF with a voltage like 377 VAC. Find an electric motor store or pool store that has one or can order one for you. Install it and if the motor runs then you fixed it. If it doesn't run then it probably needs to be replaced. It is possible to replace the motor for less than the complete pump. I hope this helps.
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Posted on Aug 23, 2011
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