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Set Up

Start Up For The Power Ionizer System

  1.  Install on the return side of the filter in any direction. Without a flow switch, the system utilizes unique water flow vibration technology.

  2. Turn system control knob to 3 to start, making sure that the green "Active" light is on when the pump is running.

  3. During initial fill, add salt (typically 40-80lbs.) to achieve a 1,000 ppm reading of Total Dissolved Solids.

  4. Add entire bucket of Condition by broadcasting into pool.

  5. Use the test strips provided to balance pH, alkalinity, and copper.

Water Testing For The Power Ionizer

  1. Alkalinity between 80-150 ppm.

  2. pH between 7.2-7.6 ppm.

  3. Calcium Hardness between 180-250 ppm.

  4. Test mineral level (copper) between .3-.6 ppm. TDS must be over 1,000 ppm *may take up to 3 days for initial level to get within ideal range

  5. Iron and other metals should be zero.

Maintenance For The Power Ionizer

  1. Weekly water test to balance all levels, including natural minerals (copper).

  2. Use the control knob to adjust copper to within ideal range of 0.3-0.6 ppm.

  3. Note: If the control knob is turned to maximum it may shut down the unit, leaving the red "chamber" light on. Simply turn the control knob down until the red light goes off and the green light remains on.

  4. The green "Active" light will be lit when the pump is on. This will give the most accurate temperature reading as well as indicate the Power Ionizer is functioning properly.

  5. Shock every other week with one bag of Refresh per 10,000 gallons of water.

  6. Pour one pint of Cleanse (natural enzyme clarifier) per 10,000 gallons of water, directly into pool every other week.

  7. To winterize, remove the Power Ionizer unit and store it in a cool, dry place.

  8. The chamber needs to be replaced approximately once a season.

  9. Replacement time indicated by the red "chamber" light.

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