Question about Washing Machines
The issue is how to open up the cleaner, to replace the switch. It seems to use pentagonal hex nuts (maybe 3mm dia) at the bottom of the slenderest access tube - no hope at all of my master-craftsman's magic-tool kit getting to these, so I have chiselled out the plastic around the push button switch, and now I have to drill out the switch itself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
probably not door switch, but to access, remove door gasketf rom cabinet in area of door switch and door switch is only held by 2 screws. more likely to be the suppressor capacitor. remove top and look at suppressor - they sometimes go pop
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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The most common reason the Hayward Navigator stops moving is there is something blocking the mouth of the cleaner. Pull the cleaner out of the water while the equipment is turned off and make sure the cleaner is not clogged with debris or plugged with a pool toy. Also, make sure that all the internal components are properly installed.
Not Enough Suction - Next, verify that there is enough suction to allow the cleaner to work properly. While the pool equipment is on, lift the Hayward Navigator to just below the surface of the water and feel to see if there is a reasonable amount of suction getting to the cleaner. If there doesn't seem to be enough pressure, make sure all baskets are clear of debris, the main pool filter is clean, and that the diverter valve is open to the pool cleaner.
Small Debris Inside the Navigator - If there seems to be enough suction getting to the Navigator, but the pods are not moving back and forth, there is probably some small debris inside the cleaner that is stopping the turbine from moving. In order to remove any debris from inside the cleaner, remove the small access cover from the bottom of the cleaner by loosening the one screw until the plate pulls off. Use your fingers or the hose to clean the inside of the cleaner out.
If following these simple troubleshooting tips doesn't correct your cleaner issue, there is probably a mechanical issue. Take your cleaner into a local swimming pool retailer or have a service company out to assist (though most pool stores will not ever charge you for labor to make repairs!)
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