Question about Jandy Aqualink - Rs24 One Touch Pool / Spa Combination Control System
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure actuators are on and on the correct number and that the handles are locked in
Posted on Jun 07, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the automated valves there are tiny switches on one end or under the valve actuator. When you switch to the spa mode the suction valve should should move to fully block pool drains. The return valve should fully block the pipes to the pool returns and spa fountain. If one or both of these valves is not fully blocking the pipes to the pool then the tiny switch on that valve is in the wrong position or an operator is defective. The middle position of either of these switches turns the operator completely off so it cannot move. That is the position to avoid unless you want to operate it manually. One of the other switch positions caused the valve to move in one direction and the other switch positions causes the valve to move in the other direction. If you set the switches so when in the spa mode water is circulating only in the spa then you have the valves in the right position. Next, place the system into the pool mode. Both valves should move to the other position. If not then the valve operator that doesn't move has a problem. It could be the operator, the wiring, the control panel or a stuck valve in that order. All of this sounds complicated but once you know how the operators should act when you flip those tiny switches and how the valves should act when in the spa and the pool mode then getting the switches set right is simple. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
SOURCE: spa drains when turned on
The problem is in your plumbing. Someone put a valve in an incorrect position. I would have to see a picture of your plumbing but if you can follow the flow of water. When you put it in spa mode, look at which valves turn and which ports open up. If it is doing anything other then sucking water from the spa and returning it only to the spa, then that is why it is draining. Again it would be great if you had a picture. What I have seen before is somebody plumbing in the pipe for a pool cleaner after the valve that send water to the spa. This would result in water from the spa slowly draining out of the pool sweep line. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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