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How to wire the spa
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you check inside the cover of the control box. Most spa's have a schematic of their components there. Hope it is there.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
There should be a large, easy to read diagram under the cover once you remove it from the heater. Is the one under your missing or unreadable? Hayward doesn't publish one on their tech website or residential documents page so I have an email into our tech support contact asking for one in case yours is missing. If you find it under the cover please add a comment to that effect. FIXYA website has not been letting me post pictures lately so getting you the info may be a little difficult.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
SOURCE: pentaire 011486 wiring diagram
My friend, my experience with the two speed pump in low speed is less than spectacular. There is so little filter action with the lower speed as to render the process useless. If you are trying to save $, better to run the pump a little longer then turn it off. My experience is in a commercial application. I run three such pumps in that system ... the additional expense of the two speed motors was a waste of capitol. In addition, as a commercial facility, we could not meet the required water turn over rate in our pools. Of course yours is a smaller body of water and you are probably not in a commercial facility. We get a LOT of cleaning (through filtration) at night, after the customers go home.
I suppose you could run your system with a intelematic switch ... I have not seen a 'three way' switch in this line ... having said that ... to my way of thinking ... you would wire directly through the selector switch on the back of the motor to each of two intelematic's; one on the high side and the other on the low side. I would allow at least 30 minutes between the two cycles to prevent impeller damage.
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Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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