SUMMER WAVES CARTRIDGE FILTER PUMP FOR ABOVE GROUND SWIMMING POOLS RP800 / RP1000 / RP2000 models


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1 OWNER S MANUAL SUMMER WAVES CARTRIDGE FILTER PUMP FOR ABOVE GROUND SWIMMING POOLS RP800 / RP000 / RP2000 models READ AND KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE For answers to common questions, setup videos and troubleshooting tips, please visit support.polygroupstore.com or call Customer Service: (888) DO NOT RETURN PRODUCT TO STORE To order parts and accessories, please visit Should you encounter a problem with your Polygroup Product, please DO NOT return the product to the place of purchase. All Warranty claims must be made directly to Polygroup. Prior to contacting Customer Service, please first review the Troubleshooting Guide in the Installation Manual, or review the FAQ and instructional videos at support.polygroupstore.com. If you are still unable to correct the problem, please contact Polygroup Customer Service at (888) Please have the product type, model number and your purchase receipt ready, so that our Customer Service Representative can assist you in resolving the problem. You may be asked to return all or part of the product for inspection and/or repair. Do not return any product to Polygroup without a Return Merchandise Authorization number. LIMITED WARRANTY Polygroup Limited (Macao Commercial Offshore), (hereinafter Polygroup ) warrants to the original purchaser only, the RP type Electric Filter Pump against defects in material and workmanship for 80 days from the date of purchase. Original Purchaser must retain proof of such purchase in the form of an original store sales receipt and must produce such upon request by Polygroup or its designated agents. Warranty claims cannot be processed without a valid proof of purchase. This Limited Warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the product and is limited solely to the repair or replacement of the product, to be decided in Polygroup s sole discretion. Consequential damages, including claims for loss of water, pool chemicals, damage, or labor are not covered under this Limited Warranty. This Warranty will be declared invalid should the Purchaser modify or repair the product themselves or by unauthorized persons; use non-polygroup parts or accessories with the product; use the product in contravention of the manufacturer s Instructions; use improper voltage; abuse the product in any way; or through accident or negligence. Normal wear-and-tear is not covered under this Warranty, nor are acts of God outside the control of Polygroup. Polygroup will not be held responsible for grasses that may grow through the ground cloth and/or pool liner, as this is not a manufacturing defect. IN NO EVENT SHALL Polygroup, THEIR AUTHORIZED AGENTS, RELATED ENTITIES, OR EMPLOYEES BE LIABLE TO THE BUYER OR ANY OTHER PARTY FOR DIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Some states or countries, or others jurisdictions, do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. DISTRIBUTED BY: Polygroup LIMITED (MACAO COMMERCIAL OFFSHORE) Unit J, 0 th Floor, Macau Square, Av do Infante D.Henrique, No.43-53A, Macau Manual # 09C3A40USA2

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Warnings Preliminary Steps & Power Filter Important Notes & Filter Pump Power Information & Parts List Setup Instructions Filter Pump Operation & Motor Protection & Filter Cartridge Cleaning And Replacement Pool Maintenance & Water Care Trouble Shooting Guide & Pump Disassembly and Storage Pump Removal Instructions For Troubleshooting 3 ~ 6 7 ~ 8 9 ~ ~ Rotor Inspection and Replacement Instructions 5 ~ 6 Replacement Part Ordering Information ASME Compliant Suction Fitting Information Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

3 OWNER S MANUAL IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following : READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS Keep for Future Reference. Failure to follow these warnings and instructions can result in serious injury or death to users, especially children PREVENT DROWNING Watch children at all times. Observe all Safety Rules. DANGER NO DIVING! NO JUMPING! Shallow Water - You can be permanently injured. DO NOT SIT ON OR LAY OVER POOL WALL You can be permanently injured. WARNING AVOID ENTRAPMENT Stay away from suction fittings. You may drown. NOTICE: CUSTOMERS THAT PURCHASE POOLS MAY BE REQUIRED BY LOCAL OR STATE LAW TO INCUR ADDITIONAL EXPENSES WHEN INSTALLING A POOL, IN ORDER TO COMPLY WITH STATE OR LOCAL LAWS REGARDING FENCING AND OTHER SAFETY REQUIREMENTS. CUSTOMERS SHOULD CONTACT THEIR LOCAL BUILDING CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICE FOR FURTHER DETAILS. POLYGROUP IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ADDITIONAL EXPENSES THAT YOU MAY INCUR. WARNING Safety Care for Children. Children, especially children younger than five years, are at high risk of drowning. Drowning occurs silently and quickly and can occur in as little as 2 in. (5 cm) of water. 2. Keep children in your direct sight, stay close, and actively supervise them when they are in or near this pool and when you are filling and emptying this pool. 3. When searching for a missing child, check the pool first, even if the child is thought to be in the house. 4. Locate pumps and filters in such a way that children cannot climb on them and gain access to the pool. 5. WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, do not permit children to use this product unless they are closely supervised at all times. Swimming Pool Barriers Very Important: Swimming pool barriers, which restrict access to the pool by small children, may be required by law. A barrier is necessary to provide protection against potential drowning and near drowning. Barriers are not a substitute for constant supervision of children. Check state or local laws and codes before setting up pool. Swimming Pool Equipments. The use of artificial pool lighting is at the discretion of the pool owner. Lighting, when installed, should be in accordance with Article 680 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) or its latest approved edition and in consultation with a licensed electrical professional. 2. Keep all electrical lines, radios, speakers and other electrical appliances away from the pool. 3. Do not place pool near or under overhead electrical lines. 4. All electrical components installed in and/ or adjacent to an aboveground/onground residential swimming pool shall be installed in accordance with and shall comply with the requirements of the latest published edition of NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC ) Article 680, Swimming pools, fountains, and similar installations, and any state or local code. Filter Pump Awareness. WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Connect only to a grounding type receptacle. This product is provided with a ground-fault circuit-interrupter. If replacement of the plug or cord is needed, use only identical replacement parts. 2. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, replace damaged cord immediately. 3. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use extension cord to connect unit to electric supply; provide a properly located outlet. 4. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock the pool must be installed no closer than 6 feet (.8 m) from any electrical outlet. Do not place portable appliances closer than 5 feet (.5 m) from the pool. 5. CAUTION: This pump is for use with storable pools only. Do not use with permanently-installed pools. A storable pool is constructed so that it is capable of being readily disassembled for storage and reassembled to its original integrity. A permanently-installed pool is constructed in or on the ground or in a building such that it cannot be readily disassembled for storage. Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 3

4 6. CAUTION: For continued protection against possible electric shock this unit is to be mounted to the base in accordance with the installation instructions. 7. Do not bury cord. Locate cord to minimize abuse from lawn mowers, hedge trimmers, and other equipment. 8. The unit is provided with a ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI). To test the GFCI, push the test button. The GFCI should interrupt power. Push the reset button. Power should be restored. If the GFCI fails to operate in this manner, the GFCI is defective. If the GFCI interrupts power to the pump without the test button being pushed, a ground current is flowing, indicating the possibility of an electric shock. Do not use this pump. Disconnect the pump and have the problem corrected by a qualified service representative before using. 9. The Filter Pump is to be assembled by an adult; care should be taken in the unpacking and assembly of the Filter Pump, this pool may contain accessible potentially hazardous sharp edges or sharp points that are a necessary part of the function of the Filter Pump. 0. If a drain or suction outlet cover is missing or broken, do not use the pool. Suction can cause body part entrapment, hair and jewelry entanglement, evisceration, or drowning. Repair or replace the drain or suction outlet cover before allowing the pool to be used.. During nighttime pool use, artificial lighting shall be used to illuminate all safety signs, ladders, steps, deck surfaces and walks.. The floor of the pool shall be visible at all times from the outside perimeter of the pool. 2. Post a list of emergency telephone numbers such as the nearest available police, fire, ambulance and/or rescue unit. These numbers are to be kept near the telephone, which is closest to the pool. 3. Basic lifesaving equipment, including one of the following should be on hand at all times: A light, strong, rigid pole (shepherds crook) not less than twelve feet (2 ) [366 cm] long. A minimum one-fourth inch (/4 ) [6.35 mm] diameter rope as long as one and one half (-/2) times the maximum width of the pool or fifty feet (50 ) [5.24 meters], whichever is less, which has been firmly attached to a Coast Guard-approved ring buoy having an outside diameter of approximately fifteen inches (5 ) [38. cm], or similarly approved flotation device. 4. Pool shall be located at a minimum distance of 6 ft (.83 m) from any receptacle, and all 25-volt 5- and 20-ampere receptacles located within 20 ft (6.0 m) of the pool shall be protected by a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI), where distances are by measuring the shortest path the supply cord of an appliance connected to the receptacle would follow, without piercing a floor, wall, ceiling, doorway with hinged or sliding door, window opening, or other effective permanent barrier, to the inside wall of the pool. Circulation Systems. Installers shall follow written instructions regarding positioning of all equipment connected to the circulation systems. 2. The installer shall follow written instruction provided for operation of the circulation system components. 3. All circulation system components and pump that require replacement or servicing shall be installed according to the pump s instruction manual. 4. Circulation equipment shall be installed per manufacturer s instructions to provide proper mounting and support, to prevent damage from misalignment, settlement, and vibration, and to minimize the potential for the accumulation of debris and moisture. Please refer to pump s instruction manual. Chemicals For safety sake, ensure the deepest part of the pool is always visible. The user must properly maintain the clarity of the pool water at all times. Check the ph and chlorine levels periodically and make sure they are within the recommended limits. Additional water treatment chemicals might be needed from time to time. Have the water sample tested by a local pool supply store to determine if additional chemical is needed. Turn on the pump for the recommended hours daily. If you are unsure of the time frames please refer to support.polygroupstore.com for the recommended Pump Operation Hours based on pool types and sizes. Clean and replace filter cartridge frequently. Replace only with genuine Polygroup / Summer Wave Brand filter cartridge. Refer to the Filter Pump manual for additional water care information. Entrapment Risk. Entrapment Avoidance: There shall be no protrusions or other obstruction in the swimming area, which may cause entrapment or entanglement of the user. If a suction outlet cover is missing or broken, do not use the pool. Suction can cause body part entrapment, hair and jewelry entanglement, evisceration, or drowning. Repair or replace the suction outlet cover before allowing the pool to be used. 2. DANGER! TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH, CLOSE THE POOL OR SPA TO BATHERS IF ANY SUCTION OUTLET COVER/GRATE IS MISSING, BROKEN OR INOPERATIVE. 3. Never play or swim near drains or suction fittings. Your body or hair may be trapped causing permanent injury or drowning. 4. Never enter the pool or spa if a suction fitting or drain cover is loose, broken, or missing. 5. Immediately notify the pool/spa owner or operator if you find a drain cover loose, broken or missing. Drowning Risk. Keep unsupervised children from accessing the pool by installing fencing or other approved barrier around all sides of pool. State or local laws or codes may require fencing or other approved barriers. Check state or local laws and codes before setting up pool. 2. Toys, chairs, tables or similar objects that a young child could climb shall be at least four feet (4 ) [2.92 cm] from the pool. The pump filter system shall be positioned so as to prevent it being used as a means of access to the pool by young children. Do not leave toys inside pool when finished using, since toys and similar items might attract a child to the pool. 3. Position furniture (for example, tables, chairs) away from pool and so that children cannot climb on it to gain access to the pool. Electrocution Risk. Keep all electrical lines, radios, speakers and other electrical appliances away from the pool. 2. Do not place pool near or under overhead electrical lines. 4 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

5 OWNER S MANUAL First Aid. Keep a working phone and a list of emergency numbers near the pool. 2. Become certified in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). In the event of an emergency, immediate use of CPR can make a lifesaving difference. Special Warning. Local building codes may require obtaining a building or electrical permit. Installer shall follow regulations on setback, barriers, devices and other conditions. 2. Safety signs shall comply with requirements of ANSI-Z535 and to use signal wording. 3. DO NOT attempt to assemble this pool in adverse weather conditions, windy conditions or when the temperature is below 60 F. 4. This is a storable filter pump, which should be disassembled and stored when temperatures are expected to fall below 32 F. Extra Safety Warning. Adult supervision is always required. 2. Parents should learn CPR. 3. Keep all electrical radios, speakers and other appliances away from the swimming pool. 4. When you touch the filter, pump, or electrical parts, be sure the ground under your feet is Bone Dry. 5. All electrical outlets should have a GFCI and connections should be a minimum of 5 feet (.52 m) from the outside perimeter of the wall of the pool. From 5 0 feet ( m), there should be either a fixed connection (outlet box) or twistlock connection with a GFCI. 6. Connect power cords to a 3-wire grounding-type outlet only. 7. Keep all breakable objects out of the pool area. 8. Alcohol consumption and pool activities do not mix. Never allow anyone to swim, dive or slide while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. 9. Severe electrical shock could result if you install your pump or filter on a deck. The pump or filter could fall into the water, causing severe shock or electrocution. 0. Do not install on a deck or other surface at, above, or slightly below the top rail of the pool.. Do not use the filter pump during severe weather conditions, i.e. electrical storms, tornadoes, etc. 2. Be aware of overhead power lines when vacuuming your pool or using a telescoping pole. 3. Check regularly for signs of wear that could make the pool unsafe. 4. Please contact pool site dealer or manufacturer for additional safety signs if deemed necessary. 5. For pool service, select a certified pool professional. For additional safety information, see Consumer Awareness Booklets and Information Source Contact: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission at Pub. #362 Safety Barrier Guidelines for Home Pools.. The Sensible Way to Enjoy Your Aboveground/Onground Swimming Pool 2. Children Aren t Waterproof 3. Layers of Protection 4. Pool and Spa Emergency Procedures for Infants and Children 5. Be Safety Aware Copies of the above brochures are available free from the APSP. Go to: Safety Education Programs and Materials Educational programs and materials (i.e., seminars, workshops, brochures, videos, instructional guides) are available from the APSP, other aquatic safety groups, and by private firms. As a means of communicating useful safety information to pool owners/operators, and users, industry members are permitted to provide such information to owners/operators and to request or require owners/operators to sign a statement that they have received, read, and will follow the guidelines. Other sources of safety information: ANSI American National Standards Institute 25 West 43rd Street, New York NY 0036 Contact: APSP Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (formerly National Spa and Pool Institute) 2 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 500 Alexandria VA Contact: Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 5

6 ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers Two Park Avenue, New York NY Contact: (U.S. & Canada) (outside North America) NSPI National Spa and Pool Institute (see APSP) UL Underwriters Laboratories 333 Pfingsten Road,Northbrook IL Contact: or NSF NSF International P.O. Box N. Dixboro Road Ann Arbor MI 4805 Contact: or ASTM ASTM International (formerly American Society of Testing & Materials) 00 Barr Harbor Drive, P.O. BOX C700 West Conshohocken, PA Contact: (USA & Canada) or (International) NEC National Electrical Code (see NFPA) NFPA National Fire Protection Association Batterymarch Park, Quincy MA Contact: (U.S. & Canada) or (International) Filtration Systems Any equipment connected to the circulation systems shall be positioned so as to prevent their being used as a means of access to the pool by young children. (See the latest published edition of ANSI/ APSP-8 Model Barrier Code for Residential Swimming Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs.) Barrier Barriers are necessary to provide protection against potential drowning and near drowning, and that barriers are not a substitute for the constant supervision of children. (See latest published edition of ANSI/APSP-8 Model Barrier Code for Residential Swimming Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs.) Risk of Drowning, Entrapment, and Diving Accidents Publications are available that describe the risk of drowning, entrapment, and diving accidents. Available publications related to pool safety include the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals (APSP) booklets entitled: The Sensible Way to Enjoy Your Aboveground/ Onground Swimming Pool, Children Aren t Waterproof, Pool and Spa Emergency Procedures for Infants and Children, Layers of Protection, and the latest published edition of ANSI/APSP-8 Model Barrier Code for Residential Swimming Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs. Installer Responsibilities All of these components shall be positioned so as to prevent their being used as a means of access to the pool by young children. (See Barrier Code for Residential Swimming Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs.) SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS 6 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

7 OWNER S MANUAL PRELIMINARY STEPS. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY and get a thorough understanding of what is required to assemble your RP series Filter Pump. 2. Before you begin to assemble the pool, identify, count, and check all parts needed for assembly. 3. It is recommended that you have some PETROLEUM JELLY (not included) on hand for lubricating the gaskets. POWER FILTER IMPORTANT NOTES. Installer shall follow written instructions provided for operation of the circulation systems. 2. All electrical components shall be installed in accordance with Article 680 of the National Electrical Code (NEC) Swimming Pools, Fountains and Similar Installations or its latest approved edition. 3. The Filter Cartridge 5 3-3/4 will hold as many as 2 of the diameter chlorine tablets and the 8 will hold as many as 6 of the diameter chlorine tablets. Check your chlorine levels to determine the proper number of chlorine tablets to add. The filter cartridge will automatically dispense chlorine into the pool as the pump runs. You must have the type of Filter Cartridge 5 with a central core mesh divider (See page 8) to use the chlorine dispenser. DO NOT use this to dispense powdered chlorine, shock treatment or any other type of chemicals as damage to the pump, filter cartridge, and pool will occur. 4. The RP Series Filter Pump systems are manufactured by Polygroup and ETL control number and double insulated and grounded - 5 V.A.C Hz. (ALL Units must have a minimum of 05 V.A.C. to start and run properly.) FILTER PUMP POWER INFORMATION FILTER PUMP MODEL RP800 Filter System with F700C Pump RP000 Filter System with F000C Pump RP000 Filter System with F500C Pump RP2000 Filter System with F2000C Pump WATTAGE 57 watts 80 watts 20 watts 20 watts PARTS LIST AMPERAGE. amps 2.2 amps 2.2 amps 2.2 amps ITEMS PARTS NAME QTY. ITEMS PARTS NAME QTY. - 6 Motor Assembly (Pump) 9 SF Nut 7 Pump Retaining Nut 20 SF Water Cap (Use For Service Only) 8 Filter Pump Canister 2 RF Plug (Use For Service Only) 9 Seal Top 22 O-ring (On Filter Case) 0 Seal Top Retainer 23 O-ring (On Vent Screw) Vent Screw 24 O-ring (On Hose Connections) 4 2 Suction Hose 25 Return Fitting (RF) 3 Return Hose 26 RF Gasket (Black) 4 Hose Clamps 4 27 RF Nut 5 Filter Cartridge 28 RF Diverter Fitting 6 Suction Fitting (SF) 29 Pool Wall (image reference only) 7 SF Gasket (Black) 30 GFCI Power Cord Set (image reference only) 8 Suction Fitting Washer (SF Washer) Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 7

8 LIBERALLY LUBRICATE THE O-RINGS (7,22,23,24 & 26) WITH SOME PETROLEUM JELLY THE FILTER CARTRIDGE 5 WILL HOLD DIAMETER CHLORINE TABLETS. CHECK YOUR CHLORINE LEVELS TO DETERMINE THE PROPER NUMBER OF TABLETS TO ADD. Outside Pool Wall PATENTED FILTER CARTRIDGE SYSTEM #7,005, Inside Pool Wall Ea. 4 Ea. 2 How to use the GFCI plug 8 Press "RESET" Button To Start Pump Operation ] Volute Housing 30 FIG. -6 *Do not connect to a timer device 8 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

9 SETUP INSTRUCTIONS Before assembling your product, please take a few minutes to check the contents and become familiar with all the parts. WARNING: CLIMBING HAZZARD! PLEASE PREVENT CHILDREN FROM CLIMBING ON THE FILTER CANISTER TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE POOL.. Set up the pool by following all the instructions that came with the pool. Do not fill with water until the Filter Pump is properly installed. Locate the Outlet and Inlet openings on the pool wall. 2. Lubricate the SF Gasket with petroleum jelly (not included) and install the Suction Fitting on the Outlet opening of the pool. DO NOT over tighten the SF Nut or wrinkle to pool liner around the SF Gasket or the SF Washer. Outside Pool Wall Inlet Outlet Inside Pool Wall 3. Lubricate the RF Gasket with petroleum jelly (not included) 4. Remove the Filter Pump Canister, Hoses -, and and install the Return Fitting on the Inlet opening of the Hose Clamps from the package. pool. DO NOT over tighten the RF Nut or wrinkle to pool liner around the RF Gasket. Outside Pool Wall Inside Pool Wall 9 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

10 OWNER S MANUAL 5. Remove the Seal Top Retainer, Seal Top, and Filter Cartridge from the assembled Filter Pump Canister. Lubricate the pump O-rings located at the Volute Housing Inlet and Outlet with petroleum jelly. Hold the Filter Pump Canister securely, and insert motor assembly (pump) from the bottom of the Filter Pump Canister so that the outlet on the volute housing extends out of the opening in the side of the Filter Pump Canister. Insert the pump until the two ribs on the inlet of the volute housing protrude through the bottom of the filter case. Reach down inside the filter case and place the Pump Retaining Nut over the top of the volute housing inlet. Twist the Nut clockwise until it is snug. (See Fig. 2) 7 Volute Housing Outlet Volute Housing Inlet 8 Motor Assembly (Pump) -6 FIG Lubricate the O-rings on the Filter Pump Canister Inlet and on the Suction Fitting with petroleum jelly then connect the Hose from the Suction Fitting to the Filter Pump Canister Inlet. 7. Lubricate the O-ring on the Return Fitting and on the Connect the Hose from the pool Return Fitting to the Pump outlet. Outside Pool Wall Outside Pool Wall 8. Tighten all Hose Clamps to prevent water leakage. 9. Do not plug in the filter pump at this point. Begin to fill the pool with water until the water level reaches the fill line. Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 0

11 0. Air is now trapped inside the Filter Pump system, which will prevent the water from flowing smoothly. To VENT the system (release the trapped air), open the Vent Screw at the top of the pump by turning it counter-clockwise. The water pressure will force out all the trapped air inside the Filter Pump system. Tighten the Vent Screw when you see water flowing out from the Seal Top.. Adjust the Return Fitting Diverter to maximize the circulation of the pool water. (see picture below). It is recommended to point the Return Fitting Diverter down and away from the suction or water intake for optimum pool circulation. Inside Pool Wall FILTER PUMP OPERATION. Plug the GFCI power cord to a properly grounded receptacle. It is recommended that the outlet is at least 5 feet (4.5m) away from the pool. 2. IMPORTANT: To start the filter pump, press the RESET button on the GFCI plug Check the return fitting on the inside of the pool for correct flow, it should feel like a solid stream of water returning to the pool. You can use the return flow as a gauge to determine when the filter needs cleaning or replacement. If you feel a reduction in flow, clean or replace filter. 4. Test water and adjust as needed, read Page 3 - POOL WATER CARE. VERY IMPORTANT FILTER PUMP ALONE WILL NOT PREVENT ALGAE FROM GROWING IN POOL WATER; THIS CAN ONLY BE DONE BY MAINTAINING PROPER CHLORINE AND ph LEVELS AT ALL TIMES! 5. The filter cartridge may need to be cleaned and/or replaced several times at start up until the correct chlorine and ph levels are attained. We recommend that you keep at least one spare filter cartridge on hand at all times. Filter cartridges may be purchased at the store you purchased your pool from, or ordered from Polygroup at polygroupstore.com. 6. To turn off the filter pump, press the test button and unplug the GFCI power cord 30. How to use the GFCI plug Press "RESET" Button To Start Pump Operation 30 *Do not connect to a timer device PUMP MOTOR PROTECTION IMPORTANT! Your filter pump is protected by a thermal switch. The switch senses the temperature of the filter pump. If it gets too hot, the switch will stop the pump from running until it cools off. To restart the pump press the reset button on the GFCI when the filter pump has cooled down. This is a safety device to prevent pump damage and prolong service life. If your pump is automatically turning off, it is because of high pool water temperature and/or low water flow through the pump. If this happens you need to check the water flow and correct it if needed, as this filter pump uses the water flow for cooling. It is recommended that you run the pump at night or early morning when the temperature is lower to prevent overheating. Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

12 FILTER CARTRIDGE CLEANING AND REPLACEMENT. Turn off and unplug the Pump. Remove the RF Diverter from the Return Fitting and plug with the RF Plug. Hand tighten the SF Cap onto the Suction Fitting. 2. To depressurize the Filter System, vent the filter pump by twisting the Vent Screw counter-clockwise until the water stops flowing out of the Seal Top Inside Pool Wall 3. Use both hands to twist off the Seal Top Retainer 4 by turning it counter-clockwise. Remove the Filter Seal Top, Then remove the Filter Cartridge. 4. The filter cartridge can be cleansed of coarse dirt and debris by throughly pressure washing inside and out with a garden hose, making sure to wash between all pleats. Allow a few hours for the filter to fully dry and CAREFULLY BRUSH the pleats to avoid damaging the filter cartridge. DO NOT scrub the pleated surface areas. Cleaning and scrubbing a filter too vigorously will also wear out the cartridge much faster than if it is simply hosed off correctly. 5. After you are finished cleaning the filter cartridge, liberally lubricate the O-ring on the filter case with petroleum jelly and re-assemble in reverse order. Before restarting the filter pump, be sure to remove the RF PLUG and SF Water Cap Suntan oils, body oils, and algae can form a coating on the filter pleats which may not be thoroughly removed by hosing. Such films of oils and/or algae will rapidly clog up the filters pores, greatly reducing filtration. Therefore, it is imperative to remove such materials from the filter element as soon as possible. To remove oils, we recommend soaking the cartridge in a solution of lb. of tri-sodium phosphate (TSP or any other strong detergent) to 5 gallons of water for up to 2 hours. Trisodium phosphate is available in many supermarkets, hardware stores, or janitorial supply stores. After the oils have been removed, rinse the filter cartridge to remove any dirt. If algae is a problem, add /2 pint of pool chlorine or pint of liquid household bleach to the cleaning solution, hour before removing the filter cartridge from the solution. Thoroughly rinse the filter cartridge before replacing it in the filter case. Check the pool chemistry to determine the cause of algae growth. 7. Excessive calcium and/or mineral deposits may build up on a filter cartridge and should be handled differently. Contact your local pool supply store to ask about additional filter cartridge cleaners or treatment for calcium or mineral deposits. Check pool chemistry for high ph or alkalinity; this may cause a calcium or mineral build-up. 8. A spare stand-by Filter Cartridge 8 is an excellent investment. It provides a convenient way to continue filtration of your pool while cleaning or replacing a dirty Filter Cartridge 8. Also, a well-maintained, clean cartridge assures you that your filter will always be ready to operate at peak efficiency. 9. Filter cartridges may be purchased at the store you purchased your pool from, or ordered from Polygroup at polygroupstore.com. Always replace with genuine Polygroup SUMMER WAVES filter cartridges. 2 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

13 POOL MAINTENANCE POOL WATER CARE OWNER S MANUAL. Check and adjust ph and chlorine levels daily using required chemicals. See Section POOL WATER CARE. 2. Check filter pump output daily. If flow is reduced, see Symptom 2 in Section TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE. 3. Check filter pump, hoses, fitting for leaks. If a leak is found, see Symptom 4 in Section TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE. 4. Run the pump for the recommended number of hours daily. If you are unsure of the time frame please refer to support.polygroupstore.com for the recommended "Pump Operation Hours" bases on pool types and sizes.. The following items are required and readily available from your local pool supply store: Chlorine Tablets TEST KIT - Used to check chlorine and ph levels. CHLORINE TABLETS - Used to disinfect pool water and help control the growth of algae. ph CONTROL CHEMICALS - Used to adjust ph levels Up (Soda Ash) or Down (Acid). ALGAECIDES - Used to eliminate algae. SUPERCHLORINATOR - Used to destroy combined chlorine, ammonia, nitrogen, and organic compounds. LEAF NET with handle - Used to remove leaves, trash, insects, etc. from pool. This item can be purchased at polygroupstore.com. CHLORINE DISPENSER (Supplied with Polygroup s patented Filter Cartridge U.S. Pat. 7,005,062) - Used to dispense chlorine tablets ONLY. 2. Use test kit daily to check ph and chlorine levels. Adjust accordingly using the required chemicals. NOTE : Excessive levels of chlorine or low ph levels will damage pool liner. 3. The pool can be cleaned using a garden hose powered vacuum from Polygroup or a pool supply store. 4. Using a foot bath near the pool to wash off your feet prior to entering the pool will assist in keeping the pool clean. 5. Well water often presents special problems with water chemistry. If you must use well water, take a sample to your local pool chemical supplier for analysis before adding ANY chemicals. 6. Refer to the retail package box or visit the support pages at support.polygroupstore.com for the capacity of your pool. You will need this information to determine the amount of chemicals you will need to correct the pool water. NOTE: It is recommended to use a 5 gallon bucket of water to mix and dissolve your chemicals and then applying directly to the pool water. Follow manufacturers label directions on all chemicals.*most pool supply stores will test your pool water for free and advise you of what chemicals you need, and the correct amount to use for your pool. You will need to tell them the pool capacity in gallons. 7. IMPORTANT - We cannot over-stress the importance of proper and adequate daily chemical treatment. Chlorine and ph levels must be properly maintained at all times. PUMP AND FILTER ALONE WILL NOT PREVENT ALGAE FROM GROWING IN POOL WATER; THIS CAN ONLY BE DONE BY MAINTAINING PROPER CHLORINE AND ph LEVELS AT ALL TIMES. Maintain ph level between 7.3 and 7.8. Maintain chlorine level between.0 and.6 ppm (parts per million). Superchlorinate your pool at least every other week. NOTE :. Hot weather/heavy use may require ph and chlorine levels to be maintained on the upper side of the scale and superchlorination of the pool every week. 2. Using a pool cover and/or solar cover (available at polygroupstore.com) will assist in maintaining your ph and chlorine levels by reducing the amount of evaporation from your pool. CAUTION - Concentrated chlorine levels and low ph levels will damage pool. You must follow the instructions for the pool chemicals you use, as to quantity and recommended usage. NEVER drop lumps or pellets of chemicals in pool; this may present a hazard to swimmers and/or damage your liner. Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 3

14 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE WARNING: TURN OFF THE PUMP AND UNPLUG THE POWER CORD BEFORE TROUBLESHOOTING THE FILTER PUMP. SYMPTOM CAUSE SOLUTION Motor fails to start or kicks on and off A B C Unit not plugged in or GFCI not activated GFCI Plug and/or circuit breaker tripped Low voltage A B C Unit must be plugged into a 3-wire grounded power outlet. Press the reset button on the GFCI to start the pump. Reset the GFCI plug and/or circuit breaker. If problem persists, have the circuit checked by a qualified electrician. Check the line voltage, it must be in the range of 05 to 25 Volts A.C. 2 No flow or slow water flow through the return hose. A B C Low pool water level Inlet/Outlet clogged Dirty filter cartridge A B C Fill the pool to the fill line. The suction fitting must be at least 4 under water. Check for obstructions in the suction hose or fitting and in the return hose or fitting. Clean or replace the filter cartridge (See page 2). A spare cartridge makes service more convenient. A Chlorine level is not in the suitable range. B ph level is not in the suitable range. A Maintain chlorine level between.0 to.6 ppm. B Maintain ph level between 7.3 to Filter pump is not cleaning the pool properly. (water cloudy, green, etc... C D E Dirty filter cartridge Damaged filter cartridge Slow water flow C Clean or replace the filter cartridge (See page 2). A spare cartridge makes service more convenient D E Inspect the filter cartridge for holes or tears. If visibly damaged; replace the filter cartridge Check for obstructions in the suction hose or fitting and in the return hose or fitting. F Other Chemicals Required F Have water tested at pool supply store. It may be necessary to add other chemicals due to varying water quality in different localities. G Pool water very dirty G Chemicals are required to maintain clean pool water. Clean pool and filter more often. 4 Water leakage A Hose area: Suction or Return hose do not fit well on canister connections and/ or wall fitting connections B Vent screw in Seal Top A Make sure the hose clamp 4 is positioned properly over the hose and O-ring to ensure a proper seal. Adjust hose clamp, check o-ring and re-tighten. Check hose for any holes or cracks and replace if needed. B Check O-ring for damage. Replace if needed. Tighten the Vent Screw. C Seal Top C Check O-ring 22 for damage. Replace if needed. Tighten the Seal Top. POOL PUMP DISASSEMBLY & STORAGE. First turn off the pump and unplug the main power cord of the system. Now remove the RF Diverter Fitting 28 from the Return Fitting (RF) and then plug the Return Fitting 25 with the RF P lug 2. Now thread the Water Cap 20 onto the Suction Fitting 6 and hand tighten it only! 2. Slowly unscrew the Vent Screw from the Seal Top 9 allowing the filter system to depressurize. 3. Remove the Seal Top Retainer 0 by turning counter-clockwise to unscrew. Remove the Seal Top 9. Remove the Filter Cartridge 5 and remove any chlorine tablets left inside the core section of the filter. 4. Loosen all four Hose Clamps 4, remove the Suction and Return Hoses 2, 3 and allow water to drain out. 5. Clean and dry all filter pump parts including filter cartridges. 6. Liberally lubricate the O-rings 22, at the Seal Top 9 and 23 on the Vent Screw, with petroleum jelly, and then reassemble it along with the Seal Top 9, Seal Top Retainer 0, Vent Screw onto the Filter Case 8. Store all filter parts carefully. 7. All items should be stored in a dry environment that remains above 32 degrees Fahrenheit at all times. 4 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

15 OWNER S MANUAL PUMP REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR TROUBLESHOOTING. First turn off the pump and unplug the main power cord of the system. Now remove the RF Diverter Fitting 28 from the Return Fitting (RF) and then plug the Return Fitting 25 with the RF P lug 2. Now thread the Water Cap 20 onto the Suction Fitting 6 and hand tighten it only! (REMEMBER TO KEEP ALL PARTS IN A SAFE PLACE FOR REASSEMBLY LATER) 2. Slowly unscrew the Vent Screw from the Seal Top 9 allowing the filter system to depressurize. 3. Remove the Seal Top Retainer 0 by turning counter-clockwise to unscrew. Remove the Seal Top 9. Remove the Filter Cartridge 5 and remove any chlorine tablets left inside the core section of the filter. 4. Loosen all four Hose Clamps 4, remove the Suction and Return Hoses 2, 3 and allow water to drain out. 5. Reach down inside the Filter Pump Canister and loosen the Pump Retaining Nut by turning counterclockwise until the Pump Retaining Nut comes off the Volute Housing Inlet. Pull up on the Pump Retaining Nut to remove it and place it in a safe place for reassembly later. (see image below) 6. Now that the Pump is free from the Filter Pump Canister, remove the pump from the bottom. 7 Volute Housing Outlet Volute Housing Inlet Motor Assembly (Pump) Pump -6 ROTOR INSPECTION AND REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS Once the Pump has been removed from the Filter Pump Canister you are ready to inspect or replace your Rotor Assembly. Please refer to the Motor Assembly Illustration on PAGE 6 for your specific pump size to replace the Rotor Assembly. (REMEMBER TO KEEP ALL PARTS IN A SAFE PLACE FOR REASSEMBLY LATER). Carefully remove the Phillips Head Screws, turning counterclockwise, from the Volute Housing using a screwdriver. 2. Remove the Volute Housing. Then remove the Pump Gasket. 3. Now carefully remove the Rotor Assembly. Please be careful as the Rotor Assembly has multiple parts that may come out separately. 8 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 5

16 4. Inspect the rotor assembly to make sure that it has all of its parts and that the center shaft, magnetic axle, or impeller blades are not broken as this will cause the pump to fail. If your rotor assembly is broken a complete rotor assembly may be purchased at polygroupstore.com without having to replace the whole pump. Please see Pool Support - Filtration System Troubleshooting for the RP Filtration System at support.polygroupstore.com. PLEASE NOTE: Even if the rotor assembly is in perfect condition if it is not seated properly between the volute housing and the pump it will not function correctly. 5. Once the rotor assembly has been checked or if replacing with a new rotor assembly, slowly insert the rotor assembly back into the pump carefully. The force of the magnet will pull the rotor assembly into the pump. Ensure that the rotor assembly is assembled and aligned correctly inside the pump body. 6. Once the rotor has been inserted, install the Pump Gasket back onto the Pump Body, then place the Volute Cover onto the pump body and re-insert the Phillips Head Screws, turning clockwise. IMPORTANT: DO NOT completely tighten any single screw until all the screws have been inserted. It is recommended that you alternate tightening each screw an equal amount, each in sequence, until all are equally tight and you have a good even seal. Pump Body With GFCI Cord (Image Reference Only) Rotor Assembly Pump Gasket Volute Housing O-Ring (On Volute Housing) Phillips Head Screws (6 ea.) O-Ring (On Hose Connection) Please refer to page 9 "Setup Instructions" to reassemble your filtration system. 6 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

17 OWNER S MANUAL REPLACEMENT PARTS ORDERING INFORMATION KEY DESCRIPTION RP800/F700C RP000/F000C RP000/F500C RP2000/F2000C PART # Qty. Pump Body With Cord & GFCI Image Reference Only Image Reference Only Image Reference Only Image Reference Only 2 Rotor Assembly P P P P Pump Gasket P58PF0750K0 P58PF0580K0 P58PF0580K0 P58PF0580K0 4 Volute Housing P58PF0760K0 P5805A00K0 P5805A00K0 P58PF950K0 5 O-Ring (On Volute Housing) P K0 P K0 P K0 P K0 6 Phillips Head Screw (6 EA) P A P A P A P A * Assembled Pump # THRU #6 P58F0800C000 P58F000C000 P58F500C000 P58F2000C000 7 Pump Retaining Nut P58PF9040K0 P58PF9040K0 P58PF9040K0 P58PF8250K0 8 Filter Case P588000W05 P CW05 P CW05 P W05 9 Seal Top P58PF0860W05 P58PF0860W05 P58PF0860W05 P58PF980W05 0 Seal Top Retainer P58PF53AW05 P58PF53AW05 P58PF53AW05 P58PF53AW05 Vent Screw P W05 P W05 P W05 P W05 2 Suction Hose 3 FT. P W0 P W0 P W0 P W0 3 Return Hose 3 FT. P W0 P W0 P W0 P W0 4 Hose Clamp P582922W05 P582922W05 P A P A X4 5 A/C Filter Cartridge P PR P PR P PR P PR 6 Suction Fitting (SF) P W05 P W05 P W05 P W05 7 SF Gasket (Black) P58PF520K0 P58PF520K0 P58PF520K0 P58PF520K0 8 SF Thrust Washer (White) P58PF50P0 P58PF50P0 P58PF50P0 P58PF50P0 9 SF Nut P58PF840W05 P58PF840W05 P58PF840W05 P58PF840W05 20 SF Water Cap P58PF2820P0 P58PF2820P0 P58PF2820P0 P58PF2820P0 2 RF Plug P58PF0620K0 P58PF0620K0 P58PF0620K0 P58PF0620K0 22 O-Ring (On Filter Case) P K0 P K0 P K0 P K0 23 O-Ring (On Vent Screw) P K0 P K0 P K0 P K0 24 O-Ring (On Hose Connection) P K0 P K0 P K0 P K0 X4 25 Return Fitting (RF) P58PF7780W05 P58PF7780W05 P58PF7780W05 P58PF7780W05 26 RF Gasket (Black) P58PF520K0 P58PF520K0 P58PF520K0 P58PF520K0 27 RF Nut P58PF840W05 P58PF840W05 P58PF840W05 P58PF840W05 28 RF Diverter Fitting P58PF7790W05 P58PF7790W05 P58PF7790W05 P58PF7790W05 29 Assembled Filter # THRU #28 P53FR0800W05 P53FR000W05 P53FR500W05 P53FR2008W05 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements. 7

18 OWNER S MANUAL ASME COMPLIANT SUCTION FITTING INFORMATION PSF-00A AND PSF-00B SUCTION OUTLET (FOR ABOVE GROUND POOLS). PSF-00A and PSF-00B Suction Outlets are certified by IAPMO in accordance with the ASME/ANSI A2.9.8b-2009 Suction Fitting for use in Swimming Pools, Wading Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs. 2. This is a submerged suction outlet for use with above ground swimming pools. 3. For single drain only. Use only ONE outlet for each pump. 4. Do not locate this suction outlet on sitting areas or on the backrest for such seating area. 5. Install this outlet at location recommended by the pool manufacturer. 6. The maximum allowable flow rate of this suction outlet is 45 gallons per minute (2,700 gallons per hour). 7. Connection Hose: Model PSF-00-A is to be connected with /4 (3.8mm) diameter hose. Model PSF-00-B is to be connected with /2 (38.mm) diameter hose. 8. The suction outlet is to be mounted at the suction outlet opening as specified by the manufacturer of the above ground pool. The diameter of this opening should be within the range of.77 to.85 (45.0mm to 47.0mm). Refer to the following diagram for detailed assembly instructions: Swimming Pool Rubber Gasket Suction Fitting, PSF-00A Or PSF-00B Water Cap, To Be Installed Only During Pump Maintenance Or Filter Change Flat Washer Lock Nut, To Be Tightened By Hand Hose Clamp Water Hose 9. The suction outlet PSF-00A or PSF-00B is to be replaced every 5 years. 0. No tool is required for installation.. Service and Winterizing Instructions CAUTION! DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE FLOW RATE:. 45 Gallons per minute (2,700 Gallons per hour). 2. Carefully observe and inspect the suction outlet for damage and tampering before each use of the pool. 3. Missing, broken or cracked suction outlets must be replaced before using the pool. 4. Loose suction fittings should be reattached or replaced before using the pool. 5. Remove and store Suction Outlet assembly if temperatures are expected to fall below 32 F. 8 Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

19 OWNER S MANUAL BOMBA CON FILTRO DE CARTUCHO SUMMER WAVES PARA PISCINAS SOBRE SUELO Modelos RP800 / RP000 / RP2000 LEA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES Y CONSÉRVELAS PARA FUTURAS CONSULTAS Para dudas sobre la instalación o resolución de problemas, visite support.polygroupstore.com Servicio de atención al cliente: (888) NO DEVUELVA EL PRODUCTO A LA TIENDA Para pedir piezas y accesorios, visite Si le surge algún problema con su producto Polygroup, NO devuelva el producto al establecimiento de compra. Las reclamaciones por garantía deben realizarse directamente a Polygroup. Antes de ponerse en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente, revise la guía de resolución de problemas, en el manual de instalación, o consulte las FAQ en support.polygroupstore.com Si continúa sin poder resolver el problema, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente de Polygroup al (888) Por favor tenga preparado el tipo de producto y el comprobante de compra. Nuestro representante del servicio de atención al cliente le ayudará a resolver el problema. Puede ser necesario que nos envíe parte del producto o el producto en su totalidad para inspección y/o reparación. No devuelva ningún producto a Polygroup sin un número de autorización de devolución. GARANTÍA LIMITADA Polygroup Limited (empresa comercial extraterritorial de Macao), (en adelante, Polygroup ) garantiza solo al comprador original la bomba eléctrica de tipo RP ante defectos en el material y mano de obra durante 80 días desde la fecha de compra. El comprador original debe conservar el justificante de compra en forma de recibo de venta original de la tienda, que deberá presentar si así se lo solicita Polygroup o sus agentes delegados. Las reclama ciones de garantía no pueden procesarse sin un justificante de compra válido. Esta garantía limitada solo se aplica al comprador original del producto y se limita a la reparación o sustitución del producto, a discreción de Polygroup. Los daños consiguientes, incluidas reclamaciones por pérdidas de agua, químicos para piscinas, daños o uso no están cubiertos por esta garantía limitada. Esta garantía no se considerará válida en caso de modificación o reparación del producto por parte del comprador o de personas no autorizadas, uso de e piezas o accesorios no originales de Polygroup en el producto, uso del producto contraviniendo las instrucciones del fabricante, uso de voltaje inadecuado, cualquier tipo de abuso del producto o en caso de accidente o negligencia. Esta garantía no cubre el desgaste normal, así como los casos de fuerza mayor fuera del control de Polygroup. Polygroup no se hace responsable de las hierbas que pueden crecer a través del paño de tierra y / o el revestimiento de la piscina, ya que esto no es un defecto de fabricación. EN NINGÚN CASO SERÁN RESPONSABLES Polygroup, SUS AGENTES AUTORIZADOS, ENTIDADES ASOCIADAS O EMPLEADOS ANTE EL COMPRA DOR O TERCEROS POR DAÑOS DIRECTOS O CONSIGUIENTES. Algunos estados o países, u otras jurisdicciones, no permiten la exclusión o limitación de daños accidentales o consiguientes, en cuyo caso no se aplicarán las anteriores limitaciones o exclusiones. DISTRIBUIDO POR: Polygroup LIMITED (MACAO COMMERCIAL OFFSHORE) Unit J, 0 th Floor, Macau Square, Av do Infante D.Henrique, No.43-53A, Macao Model # 09C3A40USA2

20 ÍNDICE Advertencias... 3 ~ 6 Pasos preliminares, Notas importantes acerca de la bomba de filtración é información sobre la potencia del motor y la lista de piezas... 7 ~ 8 Instrucciones de montaje... 9 ~ Protección del motor y Funcionamiento de la bomba de filtración... ~ 2 Limpieza y sustitución del cartucho filtrante... 3 Mantenimiento de la piscina y tratamiento del agua... 4 Guía de resolución de problemas, desmontaje y almacenamiento de la bomba... 5 Instrucciones de sustitución del rotor... 5 ~ 6 Información sobre el pedido de piezas de repuesto... 7 Información sobre el accesorio de succión en conformidad con ASME Should you encounter any problems, contact Customer Service at (888) from 8 AM to 5 PM Mon. thru Fri. MST. Extended operating days and hours during peak season requirements.

21 INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD Al instalar y usar este equipo electrónico, deben seguirse siempre ciertas instrucciones básicas de seguridad, incluidas las siguientes: LEA Y SIGA TODAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES Consérvelas para futuras consultas. El incumplimiento de estas advertencias e instrucciones puede provocar lesiones graves o la muerte de los usuarios, especialmente los niños. ADVERTENCIA MANUAL DE USUARIO PELIGRO EVITE AHOGAMIENTOS! VIGILE DE CERCA A LOS NIÑOS CUANDO ESTÉN EN LA PISCINA O EN SUS ALREDEDORES. EN EL CASO DE NIÑOS MENORES DE 5 AÑOS, EL RIESGO DE AHOGAMIENTO ES MAYOR. VACÍE LA ALBERCA O PREVENGA EL ACCESO A ELLA CUANDO NO SE ENCUENTRE EN USO. NO SE PERMIT ZAMBULLIDAS! AGUA POCO PROFUNDA PROHIBIDO ZAMBULLIRSE! RIESGO DE FRACTURA DELCUELLO Y PARÁLISIS. NO SE SIENTE NI SE TUMBE SOBRE LA PARED DE LA PISCINA PUEDE SUFRIR LESIONES PERMANENTES ADVERTENCIA EVITE QUEDAR ATRAPADO! ALÉJESE DE LOS ACCESORIOS DE DRENAJE O SUCCIÓN. EL PELO, EL CUERPO Y LAS ALHAJAS PUEDEN SER SUCCIONADOS POR EL SYSTEMA DE DRENADO. CORRIENDO RIESGO DE QUEDAR ATRAPADO BAJO EL AGUA Y AHOGARSE. NO USE LA PISCINA SI LA TAPA DEL DRENAJE O DE LA BOCA DE SUCCIÓN DE SALIDA ESTÁ ROTA O FALTANDO. AVISO: LOS CLIENTES QUE ADQUIERAN PISCINAS PODRÍAN ESTAR OBLIGADOS POR LA LEGISLACIÓN ESTATAL O LOCAL A ABONAR GASTOS ADICIONALES AL INSTALAR UNA PISCINA, EN CUMPLIMIENTO DE LAS LEYES ESTATALES O LOCALES RELATIVAS AL VALLADO Y OTROS REQUISITOS DE SEGURIDAD. LOS CLIENTES DEBEN PONERSE EN CONTACTO CON LAS AUTORIDADES LOCALES CORRESPONDIENTES PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN. POLYGROUP NO ES RESPONSABLE POR GASTOS ADDICIONALES QUE PUEDAN OCCURIR. Precauciones de seguridad para los niños. Los niños, especialmente los menores de 5 años, tienen un alto riesgo de ahogarse. Los ahogamientos suceden de manera silenciosa y rápida, pudiendo suceder en tan poco como 5 cm de agua. 2. Mantenga a los niños dentro de su campo de visión, permanezca cerca y vigílelos activamente cuando estén cerca o dentro de la piscina y cuando esté llenando y vaciando la piscina. 3. Al buscar un niño perdido, compruebe primero la piscina, incluso aunque piense que el niño está en casa. 4. Sitúe las bombas y filtros de manera que los niños no puedan subirse a ellos para acceder a la piscina. 5. ADVERTENCIA: Para reducir el riesgo de lesiones, no permita a los niños utilizar este producto a menos que estén bajo estrecha supervisión en todo momento. Vallas para piscina Muy importante: Las vallas para piscina, que restringen el acceso a la piscina a los niños pequeños, pueden ser un requisito legal. Las vallas son necesarias para proporcionar protección contra un posible ahogamiento o casi ahogamiento. Las vallas no sustituyen la vigilancia constante de los niños. Consulte las normas y códigos estatales y locales antes de instalar la piscina. Equipamiento de la piscina. El uso de iluminación artificial para piscinas depende del dueño de la piscina. Una vez instalada, la iluminación debe cumplir el art. 680 del Código Eléctrico Nacional (NEC) o la última edición aprobada y debe contar con el asesoramiento de un profesional autorizado. 2. Mantenga los cables eléctricos, radios, altavoces y otros aparatos eléctricos legos de la piscina. 3. No coloque la piscina cerca o debajo de cables eléctricos. 4. Todos los componentes instalados en y/o adyacentes a una piscina sobre tierra residencial deben instalarse en conformidad con los requisitos de la última edición publicada del NFPA 70, Código Eléctrico Nacional (NEC ), art. 680, Piscinas, fuentes e instalaciones similares, así como con cualquier código estatal o local. Sensibilización con respecto a la bomba de filtración. ADVERTENCIA: Riesgo de descarga eléctrica. Conéctela únicamente a un receptáculo con conexión a tierra. Este producto incluye un disyuntor diferencial. En caso de que sea necesario sustituir el enchufe o el cable, utilice únicamente piezas de repuesto que sean idénticas. 2. ADVERTENCIA: Para reducir el riesgo de descarga eléctrica, sustituya el cable dañado inmediatamente. 3. ADVERTENCIA: Para reducir el riesgo de descarga eléctrica, no utilice alargadores para enchufar la unidad en la toma de corriente; utilice una toma que esté correctamente situada. 4. ATENCIÓN: Para reducir el riesgo de descarga eléctrica, la piscina debe colocarse a,8 m, como mínimo, de cualquier toma de corriente. No coloque los aparatos móviles a menos de,5 m de distancia de la piscina. En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta. 3

22 5. ATENCIÓN: Esta bomba ha sido diseñada para usarla únicamente con piscinas almacenables. No debe utilizarla con piscinas de instalación permanente. Una piscina almacenable ha sido fabricada de modo que puede desmontarse fácilmente para guardarla y volver a montarse íntegramente como al principio. Una piscina de instalación permanente se construye sobre o debajo del suelo, o de forma que no puede ser desmontada para guardarse. 6. ATENCIÓN: Para mantener la protección continua contra posibles descargas eléctricas, esta unidad debe montarse sobre una base en conformidad con las instrucciones de instalación. 7. No entierre el cable. Coloque el cable de forma que reduzca al máximo la posibilidad de que resulte dañado por cortacéspedes, cortasetos y otros equipos. 8. La unidad incluye un disyuntor diferencial (GFCI, por sus siglas en inglés). Para probarlo, pulse el botón de prueba. El disyuntor diferencial debe interrumpir el suministro eléctrico. Pulse el botón de reinicio (reset). El suministro debería restablecerse. Si el disyuntor diferencial no funciona de esta forma, significa que está defectuoso. Si el disyuntor diferencial interrumpe el suministro eléctrico a la bomba sin haber pulsado el botón de prueba, significa que hay una corriente de fuga, lo que indica que puede producirse una descarga eléctrica. No utilice esa bomba. Desconéctela y llévela a un representante de servicio cualificado para que solucione el problema antes de usarla. 9. La Bomba de Filtro debe ser montada por un adulto; hay que tener cuidado al desembalarla y montarla, ya que puede contener bordes y puntos afilados potencialmente peligrosos que son partes necesarias para el funcionamiento de la Bomba de Filtro. 0. No use la piscina en caso de que falte o esté rota alguna tapa de las salidas de succión o drenaje. La succión puede provocar que quede atrapada alguna parte del cuerpo, que se enreden el cabello o las joyas o ahogamiento. Repare o cambie las tapas de las salidas de succión o drenaje antes de utilizar la piscina. Durante el uso nocturno de la piscina, utilice iluminación artificial para iluminar todas las señales de seguridad, escaleras, escalones, cubiertas y caminos.. El fondo de la piscina debe ser visible en todo momento desde el perímetro exterior de la piscina. 2. Coloque una lista de números de teléfono de emergencia, como la comisaría, bomberos, ambulancias y/o unidades de rescate más cercanas. Estos números deben mantenerse cerca del teléfono más cercano a la piscina. 3. Tenga siempre a mano un equipo básico de salvamento, que incluya uno de los siguientes: Una vara rígida, resistente y ligera (un cayado) con una longitud no inferior a 366 cm. Una cuerda de al menos 6,35 mm de diámetro con una longitud igual a la mitad de la anchura máxima de la piscina o 5,24 m, la que sea inferior, que esté firmemente sujeta a un flotador de salvamento aprobado con un diámetro exterior de aproximadamente 38, cm, o un dispositivo de flotación aprobado similar. 4. La piscina debe estar situada a una distancia mínima de,83 m de cualquier toma de corriente, y todas las tomas de 25 V 5-20 A situadas en un radio de 6 m de la piscina deben protegerse con un interruptor diferencial (GFCI), donde las distancias sean, por medida, la ruta más corta que seguiría el cable de alimentación de un aparato conectado al receptáculo, sin penetrar un suelo, pared, techo, marco con puerta abisagrada o corredera, apertura de una ventana o cualquier otra barrera permanente eficaz, hasta la pared interior de la piscina. Sistemas de circulación. Los instaladores deberán seguir las instrucciones escritas relativas a la posición de todos los equipos conectados a los sistemas de circulación. 2. El instalador deberá seguir las instrucciones escritas suministradas para utilizar los componentes de los sistemas de circulación. 3. Todos los componentes y bombas del sistema de circulación que deban sustituirse o repararse deberán instalarse siguiendo el manual de instrucciones de la bomba. 4. El equipo de circulación deberá instalarse siguiendo las instrucciones del fabricante para proporcionarle un montaje y soporte adecuado, para evitar daños derivados de una mala alineación, colocación y vibración, y para minimizar la posibilidad de acumulación de residuos y humedad. Consulte el manual de instrucciones de la bomba. Productos químicos Por motivos de seguridad, asegúrese de que la parte más profunda de la piscina siempre esté visible. El usuario debe llevar a cabo en todo momento un mantenimiento adecuado del agua de la piscina para que esté limpia. Compruebe los niveles de ph y cloro periódicamente y asegúrese de que están dentro de los límites recomendados. De vez en cuando, podrían ser necesarios productos químicos adicionales para tratar el agua. Lleve a analizar una muestra de agua a la tienda local de suministros de piscina para determinar si necesita más productos químicos. Active el sistema de bomba del filtro durante al menos 6 horas al día. Limpie y cambie el cartucho del filtro con frecuencia. Reemplazar solo con un cartucho de filtro original de la marca Polygroup / Summer Waves. Consulte el manual de la bomba del filtro para más información sobre el cuidado del agua. Riesgo de quedar atrapado. Evitar quedarse atrapado: No debe haber salientes u otros obstáculos en la zona de baño que puedan causar que el usuario quede atrapado o enredado. No use la piscina en caso de que falte o esté rota alguna tapa de las salidas de succión. La succión puede provocar que quede atrapada alguna parte del cuerpo, que se enreden el cabello o las joyas o ahogamiento. Repare o sustituya la tapa de la salida de succión antes de dejar que se use la piscina. 2. PELIGRO! PARA EVITAR LESIONES GRAVES O LA MUERTE, CIERRE LA PISCINA O SPA A LOS BAÑISTAS EN CASO DE QUE FALTE O ESTÉ ROTA Y/O INOPERATIVA ALGUNA REJILLA/TAPA DE LAS SALIDAS DE SUCCIÓN. 3. No juegue ni nade cerca de las válvulas de succión o drenaje. Podrían quedar atrapados su cabello o su cuerpo, causándole lesiones permanentes o ahogamiento. 4. No entre a la piscina o spa en caso de que alguna válvula de succión o tapa de drenaje esté suelta, rota o falte. 5. En caso de encontrar una tapa de drenaje suelta, rota o notar que falta, notifíqueselo inmediatamente al operador o propietario de la piscina/spa. Riesgo de ahogamiento.. Evite que los niños accedan a la piscina sin vigilancia instalando una valla u otra barrera aprobada alrededor de la piscina. Las leyes o códigos estatales o locales pueden exigir una valla u otras barreras aprobadas. Consulte las normas y códigos estatales y locales antes de instalar la piscina. 2. Los juguetes, sillas, mesas y objetos similares a los que un niño podría subirse deben tener una altura mínima de 2,92 cm respecto a la piscina. El sistema del 4 En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta

23 MANUAL DE USUARIO filtro de la bomba debe colocarse de manera que no pueda ser usado por los niños pequeños como medio de acceso a la piscina. No deje juguetes dentro de la piscina al terminar de usarla, ya que los juguetes y objetos similares podrían atraer a los niños a la piscina. 3. Coloque los muebles (por ejemplo, mesas o sillas) lejos de la piscina para que los niños no puedan subirse a ellos para acceder a la piscina. Riesgo de electrocución. Mantenga los cables eléctricos, radios, altavoces y otros aparatos eléctricos legos de la piscina. 2. No coloque la piscina cerca o debajo de cables eléctricos. Primeros auxilios. Tenga siempre un teléfono en funcionamiento y una lista de número de emergencia cerca de la piscina. 2. Aprenda la técnica de la resucitación cardiopulmonar (CPR). En caso de emergencia, realizar inmediatamente la CPR puede salvar una vida. Advertencia especial. Los códigos de construcción locales pueden exigir la obtención de un permiso de construcción o instalación eléctrica. El instalador debe seguir las normativas sobre escollos, barreras, dispositivos y otros requisitos. 2. Las señales de seguridad deben cumplir los requisitos de la ANSI-Z535 y usar señalización de advertencia. 3. NO intente montar la piscina en condiciones climatológicas adversas, en caso de viento o cuando la temperatura sea inferior a 5,5 ºC. 4. La Bomba de Filtro es almacenable, por lo que debería desmontarse y guardarse cuando se esperen temperaturas por debajo de 0 ºC. Advertencia de seguridad adicional. Siempre es necesaria la supervisión de un adulto. 2. Los padres deben aprender a realizar la CPR. 3. Mantenga los radios eléctricos, altavoces y otros aparatos eléctricos legos de la piscina. 4. Cuando toque el filtro, la bomba o las piezas eléctricas, asegúrese de que el suelo que pisa está totalmente seco. 5. Todas las tomas eléctricas deben tener un disyuntor diferencial y las conexiones deben estar a,83 m, como mínimo, del perímetro de la pared de la piscina. A partir de,83 m-3,05 m, debe haber una connexion fija (caja de distribución) o una conexión de trabas giratorias con un disyuntor diferencial. 6. Conecte los cables de alimentación a una toma de corriente con conexión a tierra. 7. Mantenga todos los objetos que se puedan romper fuera de la zona de la piscina. 8. El consumo de alcohol no es compatible con las actividades de piscina. No deje que nadie nade, bucee o se deslice bajo la influencia del alcohol o las drogas. 9. Existe riesgo de descarga eléctrica si instala la bomba o el filtro en una plataforma. La bomba o el filtro podrían caer al agua, provocando descargas graves o electrocución. 0. No instalar sobre una plataforma u otra superficie en, sobre o ligeramente por debajo del riel superior de la piscina.. No use la bomba de filtro durante condiciones climatológicas adversas, es decir, tormentas, tornados, etc. 2. Al aspirar la piscina o usar el mango telescópico, tenga en cuenta los cables eléctricos que pueda haber sobre usted. 3. Compruebe regularmente si existen signos de desgaste o pernos sueltos que puedan comprometer la seguridad de la plataforma. 4. Póngase en contacto con el distribuidor o fabricante de la piscina para obtener más señales de seguridad si lo considera necesario. 5. Acuda a un técnico de piscinas profesional para el servicio de mantenimiento de la piscina. Para más información entre en Folleto de sensibilización del consumidor y fuente de información Contacto: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission at Pub. #362 Safety Barrier Guidelines for Home Pools.. La manera sensata de disfrutar de su piscina sobre suelo 2. Los niños no son a prueba de agua 3. Capas de protección 4. Procedimientos de emergencias en piscinas y spas para bebés y niños 5. Existen copias gratuitas de los folletos anteriores sobre seguridad del APSP. Vaya a: Existen programas educativos y materiales sobre los programas educativos (es decir, seminarios, talleres, folletos, vídeos, guías) del APSP, otros grupos de seguridad acuática y empresas privadas. Con el objetivo de comunicar información de seguridad útil a los dueños/operadores y usuarios de piscinas, está permitido que los miembros de la industria suministren esta información a los dueños/operadores y que soliciten o exijan a los dueños/operadores una declaración firmada de que han recibido, leído y seguirán las instrucciones. Otras fuentes de información de seguridad: En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta 5

24 ANSI American National Standards Institute 25 West 43rd Street, New York NY 0036 Contacto: APSP Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (formerly National Spa and Pool Institute) 2 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 500 Alexandria VA Contacto: ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers Two Park Avenue, New York NY Contacto: (U.S. & Canada) (outside North America) NSPI National Spa and Pool Institute (see APSP) UL Underwriters Laboratories 333 Pfingsten Road, Northbrook IL Contacto: or NSF NSF International P.O. Box N. Dixboro Road Ann Arbor MI 4805 Contacto: or ASTM ASTM International (formerly American Society of Testing & Materials) 00 Barr Harbor Drive, P.O. BOX C700 West Conshohocken, PA Contacto: (USA & Canada) or (International) NEC National Electrical Code (see NFPA) NFPA National Fire Protection Association Batterymarch Park, Quincy MA Contacto: (U.S. & Canada) or (International) Sistemas de filtración Hay que colocar cualquier equipo conectado a los sistemas de ventilación de manera que los niños no lo puedan usar como medio de acceso a la piscina. (Véase la última edición publicada del Código sobre dispositivos de seguridad ANSI/APSP-8 para piscinas, spas y bañeras de hidromasaje de uso residencial). Barrera Las barreras son necesarias para ofrecer protección ante posibles ahogamientos y casi ahogamientos, y no son un sustituto de la supervisión constante de los niños. (Véase la última edición publicada del Código sobre dispositivos de seguridad ANSI/APSP-8 para piscinas, spas y bañeras de hidromasaje de uso residencial). Riesgo de accidentes de ahogamiento, atrapamiento y buceo Hay publicaciones disponibles que describen el riesgo de accidentes de ahogamiento, atrapamiento y buceo. Las publicaciones relacionadas con la seguridad de la piscina disponibles incluyen folletos de la Asociación de profesionales de piscina y spa (APSP) titulados: The Sensible Way to Enjoy Your Aboveground/ Onground Swimming Pool [La forma sensata de disfrutar de su piscina desmontable y fija ], Children Aren't Waterproof [Los niños no son a prueba de agua], Pool and Spa Emergency Procedures for Infants and Children [Procedimientos de emergencia en piscinas y spas para bebés y niños], Layers of Protection [Capas de protección], y la última edición publicada del Código sobre dispositivos de seguridad ANSI/APSP-8 para piscinas, spas y bañeras de hidromasaje de uso residencial. Responsabilidades del instalador La instalación de todos estos componentes debe realizarse de manera que los niños no lo puedan usar como medio de acceso a la piscina. (Véase el Código de Carrier sobre piscinas, spas y bañeras de hidromasaje residenciales). GUARDE ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES 6 En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta.

25 F700C bomba con sistema de filtración RP800 F000C bomba con sistema de filtración RP000 F500C bomba con sistema de filtración RP000 F2000C bomba con sistema de filtración RP2000 PASOS PRELIMINARES. LEA ATENTAMENTE TODAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES y comprenda bien lo que hace falta para montar la bomba de filtración de la serie RP. 2. Antes de empezar a montar la piscina, identifique, cuente y revise todas las piezas necesarias para el montaje. 3. Se recomienda tener VASELINA a mano para lubricar los empaques. 57 watts 80 watts 20 watts 20 watts MANUAL DEL USUARIO NOTAS IMPORTANTES ACERCA DE LA BOMBA DE FILTRACIÓN. El instalador deberá seguir las instrucciones suministradas por escrito sobre el funcionamiento de los sistemas de bombas de filtración. 2. Todos los componentes eléctricos deberán instalarse de acuerdo con el artículo 680 del Códico Eléctrico Nacional, Piscinas, fuentes e instalaciones similares o su última edición aprobada. 3. El cartucho filtrante tipo RP 2 5 albergará 6 pastillas de cloro de pulgada (2,54 cm) de diámetro. Revise el nivel de cloro para determinar cuántas pastillas de cloro debe añadir. El cartucho filtrante dispensará automáticamente el cloro a la piscina mientras funciona la bomba de filtración. Para utilizar el dispensador de cloro, debe tener el tipo de cartucho filtrante 5 2 que tiene un separador de maya central (véase la página 8). NO lo utilice para dispensar cloro en polvo, sustancias químicas para tratamientos de choque o de cualquier otro tipo ya que la bomba, el cartucho filtrante y la piscina pueden resultar dañados. 4. Los sistemas de bomba de filtración de la serie RP son fabricados por Polygroup con el número de control de ETL y , con doble aislamiento y conexión a tierra, 20 VCA y 60 Hz. (Todas las unidades deben contar con 05 VCA como mínimo para empezar a funcionar correctamente). INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LA POTENCIA DE LA BOMBA DE FILTRACIÓN MODELO DE BOMBA DE FILTRACIÓN VATAJE AMPERAJE LISTA DE PIEZAS. amps 2.2 amps 2.2 amps 2.2 amps ELEMENTOS NOMBRE DE LAS PIEZAS Cant. ELEMENTOS NOMBRE DE LAS PIEZAS Cant. - 6 Conjunto de la bomba de filtración 9 Contratuerca del accesorio 7 Tuerca de tención de la bomba 20 Tapadera de succión (tapón SF) 8 Caja de la bomba del filtro 2 Tapón (uso para el servicio solamente) 9 Tapón de Sello 22 Empaque del cartucho 0 Tapa de enganche 23 Anillo negro para el Tornillo Tornillo blanco 24 Anillo negro para las conexiones de la manguera 4 2 Manguera de succión 25 Accesorio de retorno 3 Manguera de retorno 26 Empaque de Retorno 4 Abrazadera de la manguera 4 27 Contratuerca del accesorio 5 Cartucho de filtro tipo A/C 28 Desviador de la boquilla de retorno 6 Accesorio de succión 29 Pared de la piscina (Referencia la imagen solamente) 7 Empaque de Retorno o Succión 30 Cable de alimentación con disyuntor diferencial 8 Empaque de Succión En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta. 7

26 LUBRIQUE LOS ANILLOS NEGROS (7,22,23,24 & 26) CON ALGUNAS GELLETES DE PETRÓLEO 0 EL CARTUCHO FILTRANTE 5 TIENE CAPACIDAD PARA PASTILLAS DE CLORO DE " DE DIÁMETRO. COMPRUEBE LOS NIVELES DE CLORO DEL AGUA DE SU PISCINA A FIN DE DETERMINAR EL NÚMERO ADECUADO DE PASTILLAS QUE NECESITA AÑADIR SISTEMA DE CARTUCHO FILTRANTE PATENTADO CON EL N.º 7,005, Parte Exterior de La Piscina Parte Interior de La Piscina Ea. 4 Ea. 2 Cómo utilizar el tapón del GFCI 8 Pulse el botón "RESET" para arrancar la bomba ] Carcasa espiral 30 FIG. -6 *No conectar a un temporizador 8 En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta.

27 INSTRUCCIONES DE MONTAJE Antes de montar el producto, dedique unos minutos a revisar el contenido y familiarícese con todas las piezas. ADVERTENCIA: COLOQUE ESTE PRODUCTO APARTADO DE LA PISCINA A FIN DE EVITAR QUE LOS NIÑOS SE SUBAN A ÉL Y ACCEDAN A LA PISCINA.. Coloque la piscina siguiendo todas las instrucciones suministradas con la misma. No la llene de agua hasta que haya instalado correctamente la bomba de filtración. Coloque los orificios de entrada y salida en la pared de la piscina. 2. Lubrique el empaque de SF con vaselina (no incluida) E instale el accesorio de succión 6 en la abertura de salida de la piscina. NO apriete excesivamente la tuerca SF o arrugue la lona de la piscina alrededor del empaque SF o de la arandela SF Parte Fuera de La Piscina Orificio de Entrada Orificio de Salida Parte Interior de La Piscina 3. Lubrique el empaque de RF con vaselina (no incluida) y 4. Remueva la bomba de filtración, las mangueras - y instale el accesorio de retorno en la abertura de entrada de las abrazaderas de las mangueras del paquete. la piscina. NO apriete excesivamente la tuerca de RF o arrugue la lona de la piscina alrededor de la juntadel empaque de RF. Parte Fuera de La Piscina Parte Interior de La Piscina 9 En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta.

28 OWNER S MANUAL 5. Retire la tapa de en ganche, la tapadera de sello y el cartucho filtrante del cartucho de la bomba del filtro ensamblado. Lubrique los empaques tóricas de la bomba ubicadas en la entrada y salida de la Voluta con vaselina. Sujete firmemente el filtro de la bomba del filtro e inserte el conjunto del motor (bomba) desde la parte inferior del cartucho de la bomba de filtrad de modo que la salida de la voluta se extienda por la abertura en el lado del cartucho de la bomba del filtro. Inserte la bomba hasta que las dos nervaduras en la entrada del alojamiento de la voluta sobresalgan a través de la parte inferior de la caja del filtro. Coloque la tuerca de retención de la bomba sobre la parte superior de la entrada de la carcasa del voluta. Gire la tuerca en sentido horario hasta que quede ajustada. (Ver Fig. 2) 7 Salida de la caja de voluta Entrada de la caja de Voluta 8 Conjunto de la bomba de filtración -6 FIG Lubrique los anillos negros de la entrada del recipiente de la bomba del filtro y con vaselina y luego conecte la manguera del accesorio de succión a la entrada del recipiente de la bomba del filtro. 7. Lubrique el anillo negro y en la conexión de la manguera de la piscina y vuelva a encajar a la salida de la bomba. ACCESORIO DE RETORNO Parte Fuera de La Piscina ACCESORIO DE SUCCIÓN 8. Apriete todas las abrazaderas de la manguera para evitar la fuga de agua. 9. No enchufe la bomba de filtración todavía. Empiece a llenar la piscina de agua hasta el nivel indicado. En caso de problemas, póngase en contacto con el servicio de atención al cliente en el (888) , de L a V de 8h a 7h. MST. Los horarios de atención se amplían durante temporada alta. 0

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