Re: I need to replace the power cord. I have a new
The cord goes into a water-sealed unit on the drive motor internal to your aquabot, so the unit has to be partially disassembed to gain access to the drive motor. The one thing you probably do not have, which you will need to do the job, is the waterproof sealing putty which your supplier can send to you at a small cost. If you happen to be near Phoenix AZ I can help you put on the new cord, and this website gives plenty of info, too: httpp://www.i-love-my-aquabot-automatic-pool-cleaner.com/ S Christian dansker01@#msn.com
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obtain proper replacement bulb
shut down entire filter for a moment before unscrewing the top locking ring off Uv filter (left turn) lift top off set asside
using a soft clean rag retract uv tube from its cylinder holder inside , remove power connector from tube end (you should have already removed all power from converter box) with extremely clean rag handle new tube ( allow no forign material to touch outside of tube ) reinsert power connector onto new tube (same way it came off old one) then reinsert tube into holder sleeve , route power cord to proper places away from lid , replace lid and install lock ring back with enough force to ensure a leak proof seal , re start pump ck for leaks if none found then restart power converter for Uv filter
my best advice is to sever the wires going into the unit at a point where they are in good condition, obtain a soldering device and solder, some heat shrink tubing addtiquit for the size of wire and connect your new power cord to the these ends, make cretin that the common or wight and the hot witch is black be connected respectively
I think you need to open the back and disconnect the two wires inside. Actually I am looking for that cord sleeve. Where did you find it. I've found a complete assembly for this (Rowenta RS-DX002754) which is available on line, but all I need is the sleeve. Good Luck
Blue smoke means the engine is burning oil, so it has very worn internal parts inside. (lots of miles, or very poor maintenance) Not a thing you can do about this, except rebuild the engine, or replace the engine.
Black smoke means that the engine is running too rich, getting too much gas.- Get a complete tune up.
White smoke means that the engine is burning its coolant, which means that you probably need a new head gasket (Best case) or the block, or piston sleeve, or head is cracked. If cracked block or sleeve, then you need a new engine. If head or head gasket, then you only need those parts replaced.
Are you talking about the power switch. The new power switches have 4 wires sautered to the power switch, where the old ones have 6 wires that slip in and lock into the power switch.
The blue ones are for your power cord, and the black ones are for your vacuum motor, and your power nozzle plug.
Secure one motor wire and one power nozzle plug wire to one of the black wires out of the new switch, and secure the other two, to the other black one from the power switch. It does not matter which ones that you match together. Secure one of each of the power cord to the two blue wires from the power switch. It does not matter which one of them goes to each wire neither. It is AC so power goes both ways.
Use twist on wire nuts to secure the wires to each other, and put some electrical tape around each of them, after you secure them securly with the wire nuts.
It is best to secure the cluster of wires to each other with a pull tie, after you are finished wiring everything.
If you have any more questions let me know. I am a Rainbow seller, and a Rainbow expert also.
Colour codeStandard wire colours for flexible cable Such as Extension cords, power (line) cords and lamp cords
World Region, country or other entity(ies)
EU, Australia & South Africa (IEC 60446)
green & yellow
Australia & New Zealand (AS/NZS 3000:2000 3.8.1)
United States and Canada
Standard wire colours for fixed cable (In or behind the wall wiring cables)
EU (IEC 60446) including UK from 31 March 2004
green & yellow
Australia and South Africa
green & yellow (core is usually bare and should be sleeved at terminations)
United States and Canada
black, red, blue(brass)
green (green) or bare copper wire
Note: the colours in this table represent the most common and preferred standard colours for single phase wiring however others may be in use, especially in older installations.
1991 Ford Explorer XLT Radio and Speaker Wire Colors
Pulled out the stock radio and found two plugs on the back of it. One plug had 7 wires (Power, Dimmer, Amp etc.) and one had 8 (Speakers).
7 wire plug (I could see these wires immediately from the plug):
Car Radio Battery Constant 12v+ wire = Light Green w/ Yellow Stripe Car Radio Ground Wire = Black Car Radio Accessory Switched 12v+ wire = Yellow w/ Black Stripe Car Radio Dimmer Wire = Light Blue w/ Red Stripe Car Radio Illumination Wire = Orange w/ Black Stripe ?? Don't know ?? Red Wire (No power to wire Constant or Accessory) Car Radio Amp Wire = Blue
8 Wire Plug (Wires were wrapped in a grey outer sleeve, had to cut sleeve to get to wires.):
Right Front: White w/ Green Stripe (+) Brown (no stripe) (-)
Right Rear: Purple w/ White Stripe (+) Light Blue (no stripe) (-)
Left Front: Light Green (no stripe) (+) White w/ Orange Stripe (-)
Left Rear: Light Blue w/ Black Stripe (+) Yellow (no stripe) (-)
Speaker Wires (found at the individual speakers in the doors)
Right Front: White w/ Green Stripe (+) Green w/ Orange Stripe (-)
Right Rear: Orange w/ Red Stripe (+) Black w/ White Stripe (-)
Left Front: Orange w/ Green Stripe (+) Blue w/ White Stripe (-)
Left Rear: Red w/ Green Stripe (+) Red w/ Blue Stripe (-)
Hope this helps. I spent hours looking for the correct color key and this one works for my '91 Explorer.