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Intex model 8110 shuts off after a few minutes when time is set

When i go through the whole process of setting the time to run and locking it the green led light never comes on and then the whole system just shuts off Anybody have similar problem and a solution please

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I had very similar symptoms with my 8110, however the Green LED would come on for approx. 1-second before the whole unit would appear to be dead. Watch yours carefully to see if the Green LED comes on for a second. If it does, part of the circuit monitors the electrolytic plates. If it detects a malfunction it shuts down. On my 8110 I found the following. Perhaps you have a similar issue.

On the circuit board there are two connections that go from the terminal strip to the electrolytic plates. The leads on the terminal strip are quite large and it appears when they originally soldered the terminal strip to the circuit board they did not apply enough heat. Over time the solder connection deteriorated and the connection became very resistive and generated enough heat at the solder joint that it finally failed. I cleaned the terminal strip lead and the corresponding pad on the circuit board and re-soldered the connection. While I was at it I went ahead and re-soldered all of the terminal strip leads.

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code 88

Is the Setup/Start up Code. it is displayed until you set the timer. which you do so by holding down the down arrow till you hear a beep, then hold down the up arrow till you here a beep. from there you can set the time and then to lock it in repeat the process

If you need the manual you can email Intex at www.email.intexstore.com
Or you can buy the manual on this link below.

http://home-and-garden.become.com/intex-krystal-clear-deluxe-saltwater-system-salt-in-pool-model-8110-owners-manual--compare-prices--sc906782580

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that sounds really weird. There is no code 94

Try locking it manualy

hold down arrow till beep
now hold up arroe till beep
now with quick pushes set desired hours of run with up arrow
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I had very similar symptoms with my 8110, however the Green LED would come on for approx. 1 or 2 seconds before the whole unit would appear to be dead. If yours is actually turning on for minutes you may have a different problem or perhaps your connection is intermittent. Part of the circuit monitors the electrolytic plates. If it detects a malfunction it shuts down. On my 8110 I found the following. Perhaps you have a similar issue.

On the circuit board there are two connections that go from the terminal strip to the electrolytic plates. The leads on the terminal strip are quite large and it appears when they originally soldered the terminal strip to the circuit board they did not apply enough heat. Over time the solder connection deteriorated and the connection became very resistive and generated enough heat at the solder joint that it finally failed. I cleaned the terminal strip lead and the corresponding pad on the circuit board and re-soldered the connection. While I was at it I went ahead and re-soldered all of the terminal strip leads.

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