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My compool cva-24 valve only actuates only in the on2 position, it has ceased working in the on1 position. What part(s) do I need to fix this?

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My problem was the input water pressure (someone apparently changed it). I did, however, remove the unit and clean the filter which was pretty gunked up and that, along with adjusting the water pressure going into the solenoid, appears to have solved the problem.

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SOURCE: i replaced CVA-24 when I turn on pool

Your pump has probably lost its prime. This is either because it got too much air or not enough water. Try priming. This should make your pump start working again. Any time pool pumps have to be services, they need to be re-primed. In case you are not sure how, remove the pot lid and fill the pot with water. Re-add and clamp the pot lid. Open the air release valve on the filter and stand clear. Turn on switch or time clock. When water comes out of the air release valve, close the valve. If it is a two speed pump, make sure it is on high speed.

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P01544 -Throttle Actuation Potentiometer Signal too High*************When selecting a valve actuator the correct type and size can be found utilizing the following selection criteria:
  1. Power source -The common sources of power for automated valves are electricity or fluid power. If electric power is selected, a three-phase supply is usually required for large valves; however, small valves can be operated on a single-phase supply. Usually an electric valve actuator can accommodate any of the common voltages. Sometimes a DC supply is available. This is often an emergency back-up power supply.
    Variations of fluid power are much greater. First there is a variety of fluid media such as compressed air, nitrogen, hydraulic fluid or natural gas. Then, there are the variations in the available pressures of those media. With a variety of cylinder sizes, most of the variations can be accommodated for a particular valve size.
  2. The type of valve -Whenever sizing an actuator for a valve, the type of valve has to be known, so that the correct type of actuator can be selected. There are some valves that need multi-turn input, where as others need quarter-turn. This has a great impact on the type of actuator that is required. When combined with the available power supply, then the size and type of actuator quickly comes into focus.
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