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The robot only works for about 10 minutes then stops.

We have had some power cuts while robot in mid session,previous to that was working fine.

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For warranty and non-warranty repair service contact us using the dolphin service form at www.arrowpools.net or you can try the manufacturer at www.maytronicsus.com.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

  • John Prohaska
    John Prohaska Jul 21, 2009

    I guess I should have been more elaborate...



    Cutting out mid cycle is a problem in one of three places; two of which are an area that could not be explained to you via email or posting on a site such as this one. The only thing I could suggest to check prior to sending it somewhere that has the diagnostic equipment to download the motor's error history is to be sure the wires in the amphenol plug (the black plug on the blue cable that attaches to the power supply) are still securely connected inside.



    If they are, the problem is within the power supply and/or motor pack and is not repairable outside a service center.

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