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How do you set a pool chlorinator timer - pump wont go on automatically and I dont have a user manula for my clearwater LM2 24TS


If the timer does not keep the time of day then it is faulty and needs to be replaced.
Timers have adjustable tabs to turn the timer on and off at a set times of day.

Dec 02, 2012 | Pool & Spa

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Code 88 stays on it hasnt gone off since i plugged it in


This is normal... From here, you must set your cycle time.....Follow these steps... Note: on the 8110 model, you must start your pump and set your pump timer first, then wait 15 minutes to sync your chlorinator to between the pump hrs. If the pump turns off before the chlorinator, you will get a low flow alarm...
If you can't read this, it's from your manual.. If you need help setting the timer, post asking for help setting timer... Good luck...


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Aug 08, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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Just purchased and installed Intex salt water system. It shows low flow and now, after 5 days of installment, the water is completely green (expecting Swam Thing to come out!) I need your guidance to...


Seems like you may not have the pump and the salt chlorinator in sync... If your water is dark green and not a big pool, you may want to drain and refill, if you have a large pool, you may want to shock and then try the following...
1.Make sure you have added the correct amount of salt...
2.Set your timer for your pump for 12 hrs.
3.Wait 15 minutes and then turn on your intex salt water system..
4.Set you hrs of operation on your salt water system for 10 to 11 hrs...
5.After running the system for 3 days, check your chlorine level..

If water clears and chlorine level is high, adjust the time.. You will have to re-sync the pump and chlorinator.. If the pump turns off before the chlorinator finishes it's cycle, you will get a "LOW FLOW" alarm..
I hope this helps and good luck.. Please rate and comment on the information provided.

Jul 26, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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I have a question regarding the Intex Saltwater pump. If you cannot unlock the keyboard and set the salt timer will the plates on the ionization system still work or are they disabled unit the timer is set...


Must set the timer!!! It will not generate chlorine without setting the timer...
Try these instructions to unlock your timer and set the unit... If this helps, please rate the information.. Thanks and good luck!


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Jul 23, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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Hi, last month we bought an intex round pool (18' x 54") with sand pump and salt sanitizer. Within the last 2 days the water started turning green. It turns out my husband accidently set the pump...


You don't want to swim in water that has algae... 1st ...Make sure you have the correct amount of salt. See you manual for amount needed. Must set you pump timer first and sync your chlorinator between that time, if pump turns off before chlorinator cycle ends, you will get an "Low flow" alarm. Set you pump timer to run 12 hours and the chlorinator for 10 to 11 of those hours and should see results within 3 days or so. After that, If you live in an area that is hot, 10 hours pump and 8 to 9 chlorinator... Hope this helps...

Jul 13, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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Intex Chlorinator Problem: After holding down left arrow and it beeps, i set hours on timer and then it blinks with that number for about 2 minutes and goes to CODE 94=not operating.


First make sure the pump is running and water is flowing through the clorinator. (wont work if water isnt flowing). Make sure water is going in the right direction. (into chlorinator on the right side from the pump, and out of the chlorinator on the left side). The timer controls can be touchy.Try increasing the hours by holding the up arrow until the time is one hour more than you want, then use the down arrow to get it back to the time you want. Sometimes it wont cooperate with increasing the time and just stays at 1 hour, so you have to keep trying a few times.

Apr 09, 2011 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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How can i determine if my water chlorinator on my well water conditioning system is functioning properly ?


I expect this is a tablet style chorinator, if so look to see if the chlorinator is using chlorine tablets. These chloriantors work off a run time clock tied to the well pump; when the well pump runs the timer within the chlorinator is energized, after a predetermined amount of "run time" the chlorinator drops a tablet. If you feel it is not operating properly I'd bring in a water well professional; remember we are speaking of the aquifer, too much chlorine in your water may affect your neigborhood.
I hope this may have helped,
Tom

Oct 04, 2009 | Plumbing

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No green light....no chlorine generation


make sure you have at least 3000ppm of salt content'

set your timer for generation - the green chlorine light will not come on for at least 5 minutes sometimes up to ten

make sure you run the generator for at least 4-6 hours the first time

Jul 18, 2009 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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My chlorine generater appears to be working fine but the test strips show no chlorine in the pool. I have an 18 x 48 Easy Set and added 135 lbs of salt and ran the filter for 4 hours. This is the first it...


no chemicals needed -Test strip are not as accurate as liquid kits buy one for about 10 dollars
Also since it is a new set up you shouls run the chlorine generator for at least 8 hours.
Make sure your chlorine light comes on ( about 5 minutes sometimes a little longer after you set the timer)

Also get a test kit to detect salt 10 dollars for 10 tests Keep it as close to 3000ppm as you can the higher you go past this amount the saltier the water can taste

do not go below 2500 you do not want to have to be bothered adding salt for splash out or rain.

starting at 3000ppm gives you a long time before needing to add for the splash out or rain with these factors you only loose about 25-35ppm's when refilling and so on so it is a long way to 2500

One other pointer is to make sure you filter your pool enough. It is recommended to turn your pool water over at least 3 times a day
as an example I will use my 7000gallon pool with my 2000gl pump thats about 10 hours a day just for filtering. This does not include how long you need to leave the generator on to produce the amount of chlorine to produce a 1.0 or a 1.5 setting Also keep in mind that chlorine affects the ph so chlorine needs sel first before you worry about ph so once both are set then watch as the chlorine drops so will ph but once you run the generator to rebuild the chlorine level the ph will come up by itself. Ph will cause more problems with eye irritation and cloudy water than chlorine

Jul 12, 2009 | Intex Automatic Salt Water System for ...

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