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Frequently Asked Questions
Q.  I just installed my Power Ionizer system and the chamber light is on. What should I do?
A.  More than likely the dial is turned to maximum. Once the dial is turned down, the red light will go off. Later on in the season you may need to turn the dial up to maintain your copper level.

Q.  What is the normal copper level that I should maintain?
A.  The copper level that you need to maintain is between 0.3-0.6 ppm. You can increase the copper level by turning the dial up incrementally.

Q.  How long will it take to get a copper reading once the Power Ionizer is installed on my pool?
A.  Once the unit is installed and the TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) level is above 1,000 ppm, it may take 2-3 days for the copper level to reach the ideal level.

Q.  My pool had algae before I purchased the Power Ionizer.  When will I start to see the pool clear up?
A.  Depending on how much algae was present in the pool, you may need to add chlorinated shock to assist in the process. How much shock is needed will depend on how severe the algae problem and the size of the pool. Because it is battling the algae, your copper level may not register a reading until the algae problem is gone.

Q.  Where should the unit be installed?  Which direction should it face?
A.  The Power Ionizer should be installed directly to the outlet of the filter tank using the fittings provided.  Keep in mind that the chamber will need to be replaced, so hard plumbing is not recommended.  Because there is not a flow switch in the Power Ionizer, it does not matter which direction the unit is facing.

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