Whirlpool WHER25 Manual

Whirlpool WHER25
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Whirlpool WHER25 Manual

Model WHER25
How to install, operate
and maintain your
Reverse Osmosis
Drinking Water System
Do not return unit to store

nstalling, operating or maintaining your reverse osmosis system, call our toll free number:
1-866-986-3223
Monday- Friday, 8 AM – 7 PM EST or visit
www.whirlpoolwatertreatment.com
When you call, please be prepared to provide the model, date code and serial number of your product, found on the rating decal, located inside the cover.

System tested and certified by NSF International against NSF/ANSI Standards 42 & 58. See performance data on page 26 for details.

Manufactured and warranted by Ecodyne Water Systems 1890 Woodlane Drive Woodbury, MN 55125

7322259 (Rev L 11/21/14)
Product No. 8576162B

WARRANTY
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON REVERSE OSMOSIS DRINKING WATER SYSTEM
(Except filter cartridges and R.O. membrane)
Warrantor: Ecodyne Water Systems, 1890 Woodlane Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125
Warrantor guarantees, to the original owner, that the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System, when installed and maintained
in accordance with the instructions, will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1)  year from the date of purchase. If, within the first year, a part proves, after inspection, to be defective, Warrantor will, at its sole option, either replace or repair the part without charge except normal shipping and installation charges. Labor to maintain the equipment is not part of the warranty. Filters and membranes, which are expendable, are not covered by the warranty.

TO OBTAIN WARRANTY PARTS, SIMPLY CALL 1-866-986-3223, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 7 pm EST, for assistance. This warranty applies only while this product is in use in the United States or Canada.

General Provisions
The above warranties are effective provided the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is operated at water pressures not exceeding 125 psi, and at water temperatures not exceeding 100°F; provided further that the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is not subject to abuse, misuse, alteration, neglect, freezing, accident or negligence; and provided further that the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is not damaged as the result of any unusual force of nature such as, but not limited to, flood, hurricane, tornado or earthquake. Warrantor is excused if failure to perform its warranty obligations is the result of strikes, government regulation, materials shortages, or other circumstances beyond its control.

*THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES ON THE REVERSE OSMOSIS DRINKING WATER SYSTEM BEYOND THOSE SPECIFICALLY DESCRIBED ABOVE. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE DISCLAIMED TO THE EXTENT THEY MIGHT EXTEND BEYOND THE ABOVE PERIODS. THE SOLE OBLIGATION OF WARRANTOR UNDER THESE WARRANTIES IS TO REPLACE OR REPAIR THE COMPONENT OR PART WHICH PROVES TO BE DEFECTIVE WITHIN THE SPECIFIED TIME PERIOD, AND WARRANTOR IS NOT LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES. NO WARRANTOR DEALER, AGENT, REPRESENTATIVE, OR OTHER PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO EXTEND OR EXPAND THE  ARRANTIES EXPRESSLY DESCRIBED ABOVE.

Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential
damage, so the limitations and exclusions in this warranty may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. This warranty applies to consumer-owned installations only.

Non-potable Water Sources: Do not attempt to use this product to make safe drinking water from non-potable water sources. Do not
use the system on microbiologically unsafe water, or water of unknown quality without an adequate disinfection before or after the
system. This system is certified for cyst reduction and may be used on disinfected water that may contain filterable cysts.

Arsenic Reduction: This system shall only be used for arsenic reduction on chlorinated water supplies containing detectable residual free chlorine at the system inlet. Water systems using an inline chlorinator should provide a one minute chlorine contact time before the reverse osmosis system.

Nitrate/Nitrite Test Kit: This system is acceptable for treatment of influent concentrations of no more than 27mg/L nitrate and 3mg/L
nitrite in combination measured as N. It is certified for nitrate/nitrite reduction only for water supplies with a pressure of 280 kPa (40
psig) or greater. This system is supplied with a nitrate/nitrite test kit. Product water should be monitored periodically according to the
instructions provided with the test kit.

TDS Test Kits: TDS test kits are available by calling 1-800-949-8220 or check the water testing section of your local phone directory.
Installations In The Commonwealth Of Massachusetts: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires installation be performed
by a licensed plumber and do not permit the use of saddle valves. Plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
must be followed in these cases.

Product Water Testing: The Reverse Osmosis system contains a replaceable treatment component critical for the effective reduction
of total dissolved solids. Product water should be tested periodically to verify that the system is performing properly.

Replacement of the reverse osmosis component: This reverse osmosis system contains a replaceable component critical to the
efficiency of the system. Replacement of the reverse osmosis component should be with one of identical specifications, as defined by the manufacturer, to assure the same efficiency and contaminant performance.

Product Water Testing

Inspect Shipment

Your Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System is shipped complete in one carton. Remove all items from your shipping carton.
Check all items against the packing list below. Note any items lost or damaged in shipment.

Note any damage to the shipping carton. Refer to the exploded view and parts list in the back of the manual for the part names and numbers of missing or damaged items. If problems exist, refer to the website or the toll free number listed throughout this manual.

Keep the small parts in the parts bag until you are ready to install them.

NOTE: Codes in the state of Massachusetts require installation by a licensed plumber and do not permit the use of saddle valves.

If you live in the state of Massachusetts, review plumbing code 248-CMR of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts before proceeding with the installation.

Packing List

Packing List

Packing List

Do not return the unit to store.
If you have any questions, or there are missing parts or damage, please call Toll Free 1-866-986-3223, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 7 pm EST, or visit www.whirlpoolwatertreatment.com When you call, please be prepared to provide the model, date code and serial number, found on the rating decal, located inside the cover.

Tools Needed

Review the tools needed list. See Fig. 3. Gather needed tools before proceeding with the installation. Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed here.

TOOLS NEEDED

TOOLS NEEDED to

Plan Your Installation
Read through the entire manual before beginning your installation. Follow all steps exactly. Reading this manual will also help you get all the benefits from your system.

Your Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System can be installed under a sink or in a remote location. Typical remote sites are a laundry room or utility room. Review the location options below and determine where you are going to install your system.

UNDER THE SINK LOCATION
The Reverse Osmosis Filter Assembly and storage tank may be installed in a kitchen or bathroom sink cabinet. See Fig. 4. A suitable drain point is needed for drain water from the Reverse Osmosis system.

REMOTE INTERIOR LOCATION
The Reverse Osmosis Filter Assembly and storage tank may also be installed in a remote interior location away from the Reverse Osmosis Faucet. You will need a nearby water source and drain point. See Fig. 5.

CHECK SPACE REQUIREMENTS
Check size and position of items for proper installation into location chosen.

NOTE: For best system performance, the feed water to the system should be softened or have hardness less than 10 grains per gallon, with no iron.

Plan Your Installation

Typical Remote Installation

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Shark NV42 Vacuum Cleaner Manual

Shark NV42 Vacuum Cleaner

Shark NV42 Vacuum Cleaner Manual

This manual covers model number:
NV42 26
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage: 120V.
Watts: 1200W
Amps: 10A
Hertz: 60Hz

Thank you for purchasing the Shark® Navigator® Deluxe Upright Vacuum.

Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS For Household Use Only

WHEN USING YOUR SHARK® NAVIGATOR UPRIGHT VACUUM, BASIC SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING YOUR SHARK® NAVIGATOR UPRIGHT VACUUM.

POLARIZED PLUG:
This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). As a safety feature, this plug will fit into a polarized outlet only one way. Do not force into the outlet or try to modify the plug to fit.

POLARIZED PLUG

WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR INJURY DO NOT USE OUTDOORS OR ON WET SURFACES.

GENERAL ELECTRICAL SAFETY:

1. Unplug from electrical outlet when not in use and before servicing.
2. DO NOT use vacuum with a damaged cord or plug.
3. DO NOT pull or carry vacuum by the cord.
4. DO NOT unplug by pulling on cord; to unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
5. DO NOT handle plug or vacuum cleaner with wet hands.
6. DO NOT run the vacuum over the power cord.
7. DO NOT close a door on the cord.
8. DO NOT pull cord around sharp corners.
9. DO NOT leave appliance when plugged in.
10. Keep power cord away from heated surfaces.
11. Turn off all controls before plugging or unplugging vacuum cleaner.
12. Always turn off this appliance before connecting or disconnecting the motorized nozzle.

HOSE ATTACHMENTS:
13. DO NOT use if air flow is restricted; if the air paths, the hose or the extension tube become blocked, turn the vacuum cleaner off. Remove all obstructions before you turn on the unit again.
14. Keep the end of the hose, wands and other openings away from face and body.
15. Keep rotating brush and suction openings away from hair, face, fifingers, uncovered feet or loose clothing.
16. Only use manufacturer’s recommended attachments.

GENERAL USE:

17. Use only as described in this manual.
18. DO NOT put any objects into openings.
19. Keep your work area well lit.
20. Keep the vacuum moving over the carpet surface at all times to avoid damaging the carpet fifibers.
21. DO NOT place vacuum on unstable surfaces such as chairs or tables.
22. DO NOT allow young children to operate the vacuum or use as a toy.
23. DO NOT use vacuum with a damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return it to EURO-PRO Operating LLC for examination, repair, or adjustment

CYCLONIC CHAMBER/DUST CUP/FILTERS:
24. Before turning on the vacuum:
• Make sure that dust cup, cyclonic chamber and all fifilters are in place after routine maintenance.
• Make sure that all components and filters are thoroughly dry after routine cleaning.
• Only use filters and accessories provided by EURO-PRO Operating LLC [Failure to do so will void the warranty].

GENERAL CLEANING:
25. DO NOT run the vacuum over large-sized objects.
26. DO NOT pick up hard or sharp objects such as glass, nails, screws or coins that could damage the vacuum cleaner.
27. DO NOT pick up smoking or burning objects such as hot coals, cigarette butts or matches.
28. DO NOT pick up flammable or combustible materials such as lighter fluid, gasoline, kerosene or use in areas where they may be present.
29. DO NOT pick up toxic solutions such as chlorine bleach, ammonia or drain cleaner.
30. DO NOT use in an enclosed space where vapors are present from paint, paint thinner, moth-proofifing substances, flammable dust or other explosive or toxic materials.
31. DO NOT vacuum up any liquids.
32. DO NOT immerse vacuum cleaner in water or other liquids.
33. DO NOT use outdoors or on wet surfaces; use only on dry surfaces.
34. Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.

Getting Started

Getting Started

Along with your upright unit, you will find the following components:
a Vacuum Body
b Motorized Floor Brush
c Handle Assembly
d Super Stretch Hose
e Cleaning Wand
f Pet Hair Power Brush
g Cleaning Attachments
h 24” Crevice Tool

Navigator Upright

Your Shark® Navigator Upright is easy to assemble:
1 Lay your vacuum body on a level surface.
2 Slide the electrical connection from the motorized flfloor brush into the main body to click into place.
3 Connect the hose from the main body to the motorized flfloor brush; push with a slight turning motion to create a snug fit.

Navigator Upright is easy to assemble

4 Slide the handle assembly into the upright unit aligning the hose hook on the handle assembly with the power cord hooks on the back of the unit.
5 Secure the handle assembly in place with included nut/bolt (shipped attached to handle assembly).
6 Place the vacuum in the upright position.
7 Store the Crevice Tool, Dusting Brush and Cleaning Wand on the unit.

Super Stretch Hose

8 Attach the Super Stretch Hose:
a) Snap hose into swivel connector
b) Route under anti-tip hook
c) Route over upper hose holder
d) Press securely onto cleaning wand

IMPORTANT:
To prevent vacuum from tipping, secure hose under the anti-tip hose hook.

9 When storing your vacuum, wind cord around the two cord holders and secure with cord clip:
• Quick Cord release at the top of the unit – place in the upright position.
• Second holder near the base – turn until it is pointing down.
To release the cord, turn the Quick Cord release to the left or right.

IMPORTANT:
For suction to reach the Motorized Floor Brush, the Cleaning Wand and Super Stretch Hose must be attached securely on the vacuum body.

carry the vacuum

10 To carry the vacuum:
With the unit in the standing position, lift by the Dust Cup Assembly Handle (carry handle).

CAUTION: When lifting or carrying, DO NOT press Dust Cup Assembly release button.

Using the Vacuum

Using the Vacuum

Your Shark® Navigator Upright Vacuum is a versatile tool that can be used to clean bare flfloor surfaces or carpets – with the click of a switch.
Stand the vacuum into the upright position.
Plug in the vacuum.
1 Start with the Power Switch in the “O Off” position.
2 Place your foot on the motorized flfloor brush and pull handle towards you.
3 Set the Power Switch to desired cleaning setting.

When cleaning bare floors

4 When cleaning bare floors:
Select the “I On” position for suction only cleaning to avoid scattering dirt while cleaning.

When cleaning carpets:
Ensure you have pulled the handle towards you and select the “II Brush Roll On” position to agitate the carpet fibers for deeper cleaning performance.

5 Due to the huge suction power of this vacuum, it may become necessary to adjust the suction release on the hose. If the vacuum is difficult to push or pull or if it is lifting up area rugs, adjust the suction release by opening or closing the valve at the top end of the hose.

IMPORTANT:
To protect your carpets, the Brush Roll will only turn on when you have pulled the handle back towards you and released the Motorized Floor Brush.

IMPORTANT:
Your Brush Roll Indicator Light will illuminate solid green when brush roll is on, or solid red if there is a blockage. This feature is designed to protect your Lifetime Belt that powers your Brush Roll. See Checking for Blockages on page 11.

NOTE: The height of your Motorized Floor Brush has been optimized for easy pushing and superior cleaning on all flfloor types, so there is no need to make any height adjustments as you transition to different flfloor & carpet types.

Cleaning with the Vacuum Accessories

Cleaning with the Vacuum Accessories

Before cleaning with your accessories:
Stand vacuum into upright position.
Secure Super Stretch Hose in the anti-tip hose hook to prevent tipping.
Select the “I On” position for suction only cleaning.
DO NOT pull vacuum cleaner around by the hose.
DO NOT overextend the hose.

Vacuum Accessories

Vacuum Accessories
Your vacuum comes with a Super Stretch Hose and Cleaning Wand. Use one or the other to attach your cleaning accessories.
1 Using the Super Stretch Hose:
Stand the v
acuum into upright position.
Remove the hose from the Cleaning Wand.
Push the selected tool into the hose connector.

2 Using the Cleaning Wand:
Stand the v
acuum into upright position.
Remove the Cleaning
Wand (with hose attached) from the unit.
Push the selected tool into the end of the Cleaning Wand.
3 Pet Hair Power Brush
4 Dusting Brush
5 Crevice Tool
6 24” Crevice Tool
To order additional parts and accessories,
go to www.sharkclean.com or call
1-800-798-7398.

Emptying the Dust Cup Assembly
For best results empty the Dust Cup Assembly after each use; empty several times during prolonged usage.
Or empty the Dust Cup Assembly when it reaches the MAX fill line; NEVER OVER-FILL THE DUST CUP.
Stand vacuum into upright position.
Turn vacuum off.

CAUTION:
Unplug the vacuum; failure to do so might result in electric shock.

For proper care, consult the table to the right for the maintenance schedule of your Cyclonic Chamber and Filters.
Lock vacuum into upright position.
Turn vacuum off.
Remove Dust Cup Assembly.

Turn vacuum off

Insert Dust Cup Assembly

Allergy Sufferers

To empty the Dust Cup Assembly:
1 Grip carry handle and press the Dust Cup release button to remove Dust Cup Assembly
2 Option A: for Quick Empty:
Insert Dust Cup Assembly deep inside trash receptacle to contain dust and debris.

Press the Dust Cup Door release button; tap container gently to dislodge and release dust and debris.

Snap door in place.
Important: If the Dust Cup Door does not swing open after pressing the release button, push the door open using the bottom door tabs.

3 Option B: For Allergy Sufferers:
Wrap a trash bag around the Dust Cup Assembly leaving space at the bottom for the door to swing open.

Locate the Dust Cup Door release button within the trash bag and press to release as you shake the dust cup to empty dust and debris.
Snap the bottom door in place.

Note: Option B can also be performed outside of the home to further minimize releasing dust back into the air. Carry just the Dust Cup Assembly and trash bag outside.

Note: Some dust and debris may remain in the top of your dust cup assembly on or near the metal screen. It is not
necessary to completely remove this material before continuing to vacuum; Shark® advanced cyclonic action will sweep the metal screen clean once you begin to refill your dust cup.

Proper Care of Your Shark® Upright Vacuum

Proper Care of Your Shark

DO NOT operate the vacuum without ALL the filters in place.
DO NOT operate the vacuum with WET filters.

IMPORTANT: Loss of Suction may occur if foam filters are not cleaned every month. Rinse and allow to air dry completely. Tap loose dirt from foam filters as needed in between washing. Foam filters may appear dirty after use – this is normal.

To clean the pre-motor filters

To clean the pre-motor filters:
1. Remove the dust cup.
2. Pull the filter frame with the pre-motor filters out from the top of the motor base.
3. Remove the filters from the filter frame and tap the loose dirt from the foam filters in between washing as needed.
4. Rinse the filters thoroughly in lukewarm water until the water runs clear. DO NOT put the filters in the washing machine or dishwasher.

NOTE: The material in the filters will discolor over time. This is NORMAL and will not affect the performance of the filters.
5. Squeeze out excess water and let air-dry for at least 24 hours before replacing. Do not use a hair dryer or other heating methods to dry.
6. Place the felt filter in first, then the foam filter.
7. Replace the dust cup.

To clean the post-motor filter

To clean the post-motor filter:
1 Remove the filter cover from the front of the vacuum by pulling up on the tab and pulling the cover away from the vacuum.
2 Take out the filter by pulling it straight out.
3 Turn the filter over so that the dirty side is on the bottom and vigorously tap it clean against a garbage can to remove any dust.
4 Wash the filter under the tap using lukewarm water with the dirty side face down until the water runs clear. DO NOT put the filter in the washing machine or dishwasher.

NOTE: The material in the filter will discolor over time. This is NORMAL and will not affect the performance of the filter.
5. Allow the filter to air dry for 24 hours. Do not use a hair dryer or other heating methods to dry.
6. Once the filter is dry, replace it back into the vacuum.
7. Replace the cover by inserting the two tabs into the holes at the bottom and then swinging the cover up until it clicks into place.

Troubleshooting
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, the power cord must be disconnected before performing maintenance/troubleshooting checks.

1. Vacuum is not picking up dirt:
Check filters to see if they need cleaning. Follow instructions for rinsing and drying the filters before re-inserting back into the vacuum. (See “Maintenance” sections for instructions.)
Dust cup may be full; empty dust cup.
Check hose and hose connections for blockages; clear blockages if required.
If dust cup is empty, and attachment inlets are clear, check for other blockages. (See “Checking for Blockages” for instructions.)

2. Vacuum lifts scatter rugs (lightweight, movable rugs).
Suction is powerful. Take care when vacuuming scatter-type rugs or rugs with delicately sewn edges. Open the suction release on the hose to decrease suction power.

3.Airflow is restricted. No suction or light suction.
Check filters to see if they need cleaning. Follow instructions for rinsing and drying the filters before re-inserting back into the vacuum. (See “Maintenance” sections for instructions.)
Dust cup may be full; empty dust cup.
Check hose, hose connections, nozzles and accessories for blockages; clear blockages if required.
Close the suction release on the hose to increase suction power.
If dust cup is empty, and attachment inlets are clear, check for other blockages. (See “Checking for Blockages” for instructions.)

4. Motorized floor brush has become jammed or has shut off.
Immediately turn off and unplug vacuum, disconnect the nozzle and remove blockage before reconnecting and turning vacuum back on. (See “Checking for Blockages” for instructions.)

5. Vacuum turns off on its own.
This vacuum cleaner is equipped with a motor protective thermostat. If for some reason your vacuum overheats, the thermostat will automatically turn the unit off. Should this occur, perform the following steps to restart the motor thermostat:
1. Move the On/Off switch to the “O” (Off) position.
2. Unplug the vacuum.
3. Empty the dust cup and clean filters. (See “Maintenance” sections for instructions.)
4. Check for blockages in hose, accessories and inlet openings. (See “Checking for Blockages” for instructions.)
5. Allow the unit to cool for a minimum of 45 minutes.
6. Plug in the vacuum.
7. Turn the On/Off switch to the “I” (On) position to restart the vacuum.
Note: If vacuum still does not start, contact Customer Service at:
1-800-798-7398.

Checking for Blockages
Blockages may cause your vacuum to overheat and shut down. If so, clear the blockages, then follow the instructions for Resetting the
Motor Thermostat on page 12.
WARNING: Never insert sharp objects into any opening to clear an obstruction.
IMPORTANT: Damages caused while clearing or attempting to clear blockages are not covered under your product’s limited warranty.
Unplug the vacuum before checking for blockages.

POLARIZED PLUG

Reassemble all parts securely before operating vacuum.

Checking for Blockages

1 Dust Cup Air Duct:
Stand v
acuum into upright
position.
Remove Dust Cup
Assembly and empty Dust Cup if necessary.
Disconnect the Super Stretch Hose.
Check
Air Duct behind Dust Cup for clogs; clear before replacing Dust Cup Assembly.
2 Intake Opening behind the Brush Roll:
Lay the v
acuum flflat to expose Brush Roll.
Check opening behind the Brush Roll for clogs.
Clear the opening.
Clear the Brush Roll;
use scissors to carefully cut away threads, hair or other debris that might be trapped in the bristles.

Motorized Floor Brush Hose

3 Motorized Floor Brush Hose Connector:
Lay vacuum flflat.
Remove Nozzle Hose and check for clogs.
Push the Hose Connector back onto the Motorized Floor Brush.
4 Hose:
Stand vacuum upright.
Remove hose from both the unit and Cleaning Wand ends.
Inspect both ends and the length of the hose for clogs.
Return the hose to the unit

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ProForm 730CS User Manual

ProForm 730CS User Manual

ProForm 730CS User Manual

Model No. 831.299270
Serial No.
Find the serial number in the location shown below. Write the serial number in the space above for reference.

Helpline

WARNING: To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, read the following important precautions and information before operating the treadmill.

1. It is the responsibility of the owner to ensure that all users of this treadmill are adequately informed of all warnings and precautions.
2. Use the treadmill only as described.
3. Place the treadmill on a level surface, with at least eight feet of clearance behind it. Do not place the treadmill on any surface that blocks air openings. To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat under the treadmill.
4. Keep the treadmill indoors, away from moisture
and dust. Do not put the treadmill in a garage or covered patio, or near water.
5. Do not operate the treadmill where aerosol products are used or where oxygen is being administered.
6. Keep children under the age of 12 and pets away from the treadmill at all times.
7. The treadmill should not be used by persons weighing more than 250 pounds.
8. Never allow more than one person on the treadmill at a time.
9. Wear appropriate exercise clothing when using the treadmill. Do not wear loose clothing that could become caught in the treadmill. Athletic support clothes are recommended for both men and women. Always wear athletic shoes. Never use the treadmill with bare feet,wearing only stockings, or in sandals.
10. When connecting the power cord (see page 8), plug the power cord into a surge suppressor (not included) and plug the surge suppressor into a grounded circuit capable of carrying 15 or more amps. No other appliance should be on the same circuit. Do not use an extension cord.
11. Use only a single-outlet surge suppressor that is UL 1449 listed as a transient voltage surge suppressor (TVSS). The surge suppressor must have a UL suppressed voltage rating of 400 volts or less and a minimum surge dissipation dissipation of 450 joules. The surge suppressor must be electrically rated for 120 volts AC and 15 amps. To purchase a surge suppressor, see your local PROFORM dealer or call 1-800-366- 7278 and order part number 14657.
12. Keep the power cord and the surge suppressor away from heated surfaces.
13. Never move the walking belt while the power is turned off. Do not operate the treadmill if the power cord or plug is damaged, or if the treadmill is not working properly. (See BEFORE YOU BEGIN on page 5 if the treadmill is not working properly.)
14. Never start the treadmill while you are standing on the walking belt. Always hold the handrails while using the treadmill.
15. The treadmill is capable of high speeds. Adjust the speed in small increments to avoid sudden jumps in speed.
16. The pulse sensor is not a medical device. Various factors, including the user’s movement, may affect the accuracy of heart rate readings. The pulse sensor is intended only as an exercise aid in determining heart rate trends in general.
17. Never leave the treadmill unattended while it is running. Always remove the key, unplug the power cord and move the on/off switch to the off position when the treadmill is not in use. (See the drawing on page 5 for the location of the on/off switch.)
18. Do not attempt to raise, lower, or move the treadmill until it is properly assembled. (See
ASSEMBLY on page 6, and HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL on page 19.) You must be able to safely lift 45 pounds (20 kg) in order to raise, lower, or move the treadmill.
19. Do not change the incline of the treadmill by placing objects under the treadmill.
20. When folding or moving the treadmill, make sure that the storage latch is fully closed.

21. When using i-Fit.com CDÕs and videos, an electronic ÒchirpingÓ sound will alert you when the speed and/or incline of the treadmill is about to change. Always listen for the ÒchirpÓ and be prepared for speed and/or incline changes. In some instances, the speed and/or incline may change before the personal trainer describes the change.
22. When using i-Fit.com CDÕs and videos, you can manually override the speed and incline settings at any time by pressing the speed and incline buttons. However, when the next ÒchirpÓ is heard, the speed and/or incline will change to the next settings of the CD or video program.
23. Always remove i-Fit.com CDÕs and videos from your CD player or VCR when you are not using them.
24. Inspect and tighten all parts of the treadmill regularly.
25. Never insert or drop any object into any opening.
26.DANGER: Always unplug the power cord immediately after use, before cleaning the treadmill, and before performing the maintenance and adjustment procedures described in this manual. Never remove the motor hood unless instructed to do so by an authorized service representative. Servicing other than the procedures in this manual should be performed by an authorized service representative only.
27. This treadmill is intended for in-home use only. Do not use this treadmill in any commercial, rental, or institutional setting.

WARNING: Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your physician. This is especially important for persons over the age of 35 or persons with pre-existing health problems.

Read all instructions before using. SEARS assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property damage sustained by or through the use of this product.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

The decals shown below have been placed on your treadmill. If a decal is missing, or if it is not legible, please call our toll-free HELPLINE to order a free replacement decal (see the front cover of this manual). Apply the decal in the location shown.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Thank you for selecting the revolutionary PROFORM¨ 730CS treadmill. The 730CS treadmill combines advanced technology with innovative design to help you get the most from your exercise program in the convenience and privacy of your home. And when youÕre not exercising, the unique 730CS can be folded up, requiring less than half the floor space of other treadmills.

For your benefit, read this manual carefully before using the treadmill. If you have additional questions, please call our toll-free HELPLINE at 1-800-736-6879,

Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Central Time (excluding holidays). To help us assist you, please note the product model number and serial number before calling. The model number of the treadmill is 831.299270. The serial number can be found on a decal attached to the treadmill (see the front cover of this manual for the location).

Before reading further, please review the drawing below and familiarize yourself with the parts that are labeled.

Parts

ASSEMBLY

Assembly requires two people. Set the treadmill in a cleared area and remove all packing materials. Do not
dispose of the packing materials until assembly is completed. Assembly requires the included allen wrench
and your own phillips screwdriver .
Note: The underside of the treadmill walking belt is coated with high-performance lubricant. During shipping, a
small amount of lubricant may be transferred to the top of the walking belt or the shipping carton. This is a normal
condition and does not affect treadmill performance. If there is lubricant on top of the walking belt, simply wipe off
the lubricant with a soft cloth and a mild, non-abrasive cleaner.

1. With the help of a second person, carefully raise the treadmill to the upright position.

While a second person tips the treadmill to one side and holds it, insert one of the Extension Legs (103) into the treadmill as shown. Make sure that the Extension Leg is turned so the Base Pad (97) is on the bottom.

Next, tip the treadmill to the other side and insert the other Extension Leg (not shown) in the same way. Lower the side of the treadmill so that both Extension Legs (103) are resting flat on the floor.

Assembly requires two people.

2. With the help of a second person, carefully tip the Uprights (82) down as shown. Make sure that the Extension Legs (103) remain in the Uprights.

Attach each Extension Leg (103) with two Screws (101) and a Base Pad (122) as shown. With the help of a second person, carefully tip the Uprights (82) back to the vertical position.

Note: One replacement Thick Base Pad (97) may be included. Use the extra Pad if one becomes worn or needs to be replaced.

help of a second person

3. Locate the plastic tie in the post on the left Upright (82). Hold a Handrail Extension (85) in the position shown.

Insert the plastic tie into the Handrail Extension as you insert the Handrail Extension into the post. Attach the Handrail Extension with three Screws (76). The plastic tie is tied to the Pulse Wire (124). Be careful to avoid damaging the Pulse Wire. The Pulse Wire is used with the optional chest pulse sensor (see page 18).

Slide a Handrail Foam Grip (110) onto the Handrail Extension (85). Press two Plastic Fasteners (47) into the Handrail Foam Grip.

Attach the other Handrail Extension and Handrail Foam Grip to the right Upright (not shown). Note: There is not a pulse wire in the right Upright.

 Locate the plastic tie

4. Make sure that the Lock Knob Sleeve (111) is fully inserted into the left Upright (82). Remove the Lock Knob (102) from the Lock Pin (115).

Make sure that the Lock Pin Collar (113) and the Spring (112) are on the Lock Pin. Insert the Lock Pin into the left Upright (82) and tighten the Lock Knob onto it.

Make sure that the Lock Knob Sleeve

5. Make sure that all parts are tightened before you use the treadmill. Keep the included allen wrench in a secure place. The allen wrench is used to adjust the walking belt (see page 21). To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat under the treadmill.

OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT

THE PERFORMANT LUBETM WALKING BELT
Your treadmill features a walking belt coated with PERFORMANT LUBETM, a high-performance lubricant. IMPORTANT: Never apply silicone spray or other substances to the walking belt or the walking platform. Such substances will deteriorate the walking belt and cause excessive wear.

HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD
DANGER: Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in an increased risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if you are in doubt as to whether the product is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the productÑif it will not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.

Your treadmill, like any other type of sophisticated electronic equipment, can be seriously damaged by sudden voltage changes in your homeÕs power.
Voltage surges, spikes, and noise interference can result from weather conditions or from other appliances being turned on or off. To decrease the possibility of your treadmill being damaged, always use a surge suppressor with your treadmill (see drawing 1 at the right).

To purchase a surge suppressor, see your local PROFORM dealer or call toll-free 1-800-366-7278 and order part number 14657. Use only a single-outlet surge suppressor that is UL 1449 listed as a transient voltage surge suppressor (TVSS). The surge suppressor must have a UL suppressed voltage rating of 400 volts or less and a minimum surge dissipation of 450 joules. The surge suppressor must be electrically rated for 120 volts AC and 15 amps.

This product must be grounded. If it should malfunction or break down, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This product is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. Plug the power cord into a surge suppressor, and plug the surge suppressor into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.

This product is for use on a nominal 120-volt circuit, and has a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in drawing 1 below. A temporary adapter that looks like the adapter illustrated in drawing 2 may be used to connect the surge suppressor to a 2-pole receptacle as shown in drawing 2 if a properly grounded outlet is not available.

grounded outlet

The temporary adapter should be used only until a properly grounded outlet (drawing 1) can be installed by a qualified electrician.

The green-colored rigid ear, lug, or the like extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box cover.

Whenever the adapter is used it must be held in place by a metal screw. Some 2-pole receptacle outlet box covers are not grounded. Contact a qualified electrician to determine if the outlet box cover is grounded before using an adapter.

CONSOLE DIAGRAM

CAUTION: Before operating the console, read the following precautions.
¥ Do not stand on the walking belt when turning on the power.
¥ Always wear the clip (see the drawing above) while operating the treadmill.
¥ Adjust the speed in small increments to avoid sudden jumps in speed.
¥ To reduce the possibility of electric shock, keep the console dry. Avoid spilling liquids on the console and place only a sealed water bottle in the water bottle holder.

FEATURES OF THE CONSOLE
The treadmill console offers an impressive array of features to help you get the most from your exercise. When the console is in the manual mode, the speed and incline of the treadmill can be controlled with a touch of a button. As you exercise, the LED track and the four displays will provide continuous exercise feedback. You can even measure your heart rate using the built-in pulse sensor.

Six certified personal trainer programs are also offered. Each program automatically controls the speed and incline of the treadmill as it guides you through an effective workout.

The console also features advanced iFit.com interactive technology. IFit.com technology is like having a personal trainer right in your home. Using the included audio cable, you can connect the treadmill to your

home stereo, portable stereo, or computer and play special iFit.com CD programs (CDÕs are not included). IFit.com CD programs automatically control the speed and incline of the treadmill as a personal trainer guides you through every step of your workout. High-energy music provides added motivation. Each CD features two different programs designed by certified personal trainers.

In addition, you can connect the treadmill to your VCR and TV and play iFit.com video programs (videocassettes are not included). Video programs offer the same benefits as iFit.com CD programs, but add the excitement of working out with a class and an instructor Ñthe hottest new trend at health clubs.

With the treadmill connected to your computer, you can also go to our new internet site at www.iFit.com and access even more programs. Choose from a selection of basic programs that interactively control the speed and incline of your treadmill to help you achieve your personal exercise goals. Or, use iFit.com audio and video programs directly from our internet site. Visit www.iFit.com for complete details.

By adding an optional upgrade module to the treadmill, you can use virtually endless features from our internet site. See www.iFit.com to learn about other iFit.com features. To purchase iFit.com CDÕs, iFit.com videocassettes, or an optional upgrade module, see your local PROFORM dealer or call toll-free 1-800-735- 0768. For information about other optional accessories, see page 18.

To use the manual mode of the console, follow the steps beginning on page 10. To use a personal trainer program, see page 12. To use iFit.com CD or video programs, refer to page 15. To use iFit.com programs directly from our internet site, see page 17.

STEP-BY-STEP CONSOLE OPERATION
Make sure that the on/off switch near the power cord is in the on position. Next, make sure that the key is removed from the console and the power cord is properly plugged in (see HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD on page 8).

When you are ready to begin exercising, step onto the foot rails of the treadmill. Find the clip attached to the key (see the drawing on page 9), and slide the clip onto the waistband of your clothing.

To use the manual mode of the console, follow the steps below. To use a personal trainer program, see page 12. To use iFit.com CD or video programs, refer to page 15. To use iFit.com programs directly from our internet site, see page 17.

Note: The console can display speed and distance in either miles or kilometers (see SPEED/MIN-MILE DISPLAY on page 11). For simplicity, all instructions in this manual refer to miles.

HOW TO USE THE MANUAL MODE

HOW TO USE THE MANUAL MODE

exercise, change the speed of the walking belt as desired by pressing the SPEED buttons. To stop the walking belt, press the STOP button. The TIME/INCLINE/SEG TIME display will begin to flash. To restart the walking belt, press the START button or the SPEED s button.

Change the incline

DISTANCE

CALS

Measure your pulse

When you are finished using the treadmill, move the on/off switch near the power cord to the off position.

HOW TO USE PERSONAL TRAINER PROGRAMS
HOW TO USE PERSONAL TRAINER PROGRAMS

Press the START button

One speed setting and one incline setting are programmed for each segment. When only three seconds remain in the first segment, a series of tones will sound and the treadmill will automatically adjust to the speed and incline settings for the second segment.

The program will continue in this way until the TIME/INCLINE/SEG TIME display counts down to zero. The walking belt will then slow to a stop.

If the speed or incline setting for the current segment is too high or too low, you can manually override the settings by pressing the SPEED or INCLINE buttons on the console. However, when the next segment begins, the treadmill will adjust to the next speed and incline settings of the program.

To stop the program, press the STOP button. The TIME/INCLINE/SEG TIME display will begin to flash. To restart the program, press the START button or the SPEED s button. To end the program, press the STOP button, remove the key, and then reinsert the key.

Follow your progress

HOW TO CONNECT THE TREADMILL TO YOUR CD PLAYER, VCR, OR COMPUTER

To use iFit.com CDÕs, the treadmill must be connected to your portable CD player, portable stereo, home stereo, or computer with CD player. See pages 13 and 14 for connecting instructions. To use iFit.com videocassettes, the treadmill must be connected to your VCR. See page 15 for connecting instructions. To use iFit.com programs directly from our internet site, the treadmill must be connected to your home computer. See page 14 for connecting instructions.

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PORTABLE CD PLAYER

Note: If your CD player has separate LINE OUT and PHONES jacks, see instruction A below. If your CD player has only one jack, see instruction B.

A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on your CD player. Plug your headphones into the PHONES jack.

HOW TO CONNECT

B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y-adapter (available at electronics stores). Plug the Y-adapter into the PHONES jack on your CD player. Plug your headphones into the other side of the Y-adapter.

audio cable

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR PORTABLE STEREO

Note: If your stereo has an RCA-type AUDIO OUT jack, see instruction A below. If your stereo has a 3.5mm LINE OUT jack, see instruction B. If your stereo has only a PHONES jack, see instruction C.

A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter. Plug the adapter into an AUDIO OUT jack on your stereo.

AUDIO OUT jack

B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on your stereo.

Plug one end of the audio cable

C. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y-adapter (available at electronics stores). Plug the Y-adapter into the PHONES jack on your stereo. Plug your headphones into the other side of the Y-adapter.

Plug one end of the audio cable

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO
Note: If your stereo has an unused LINE OUT jack, see instruction A below. If the LINE OUT jack is being used, see instruction B.

A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter. Plug the adapter into the LINE OUT jack on your stereo.

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO

B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter. Plug the adapter into an RCA adapter (available at electronics stores). Next, remove the wire that is currently plugged into the LINE OUT jack on your stereo and plug the wire into the unused side of the RCA adapter. Plug the RCA adapter into the LINE OUT jack on your stereo.

LINE OUT jack on

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER

Note: If your computer has a 3.5mm LINE OUT jack, see instruction A. If your computer has only a PHONES jack, see instruction B.

A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the LINE OUT jack on your computer.

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER

B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into a 3.5mm Y-adapter (available at electronics stores). Plug the Y-adapter into the PHONES jack on your computer. Plug your headphones or speakers into the other side of the Y-adapter.

Plug one end of the audio cable

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR VCR
Note: If your VCR has an unused AUDIO OUT jack, see instruction A below. If the AUDIO OUT jack is being used, see instruction B. If you have a TV with a built-in VCR, see instruction B. If your VCR is connected to your home stereo, see HOW TO CONNECT YOUR HOME STEREO on page 14.

A. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter. Plug the adapter into the AUDIO OUT jack on your VCR.

HOW TO CONNECT YOUR VCR

B. Plug one end of the audio cable into the jack on the front of the treadmill near the power cord. Plug the other end of the cable into the included adapter. Plug the adapter into an RCA adapter (available at electronics stores). Next, remove the wire that is currently plugged into the AUDIO OUT jack on your VCR and plug the wire into the unused side of the RCA adapter. Plug the RCA adapter into the AUDIO OUT jack on your VCR.

OUT jack on your VCR

HOW TO USE IFIT.COM CD AND VIDEO PROGRAMS
To use iFit.com CDÕs or videocassettes, the treadmill must be connected to your portable CD player, portable stereo, home stereo, computer with CD player, or VCR. See HOW TO CONNECT THE COMPUTER TO YOUR CD PLAYER, VCR, OR COMPUTER on page 13. Note: To purchase iFit.com CDÕs or iFit.com videocassettes, see your local PROFORM dealer or call toll-free 1-800-735-0768.

Make sure that the on/off switch near the power cord is in the on position. In addition, make sure that the power cord is properly plugged in (see HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD on page 8).

When you are ready to begin exercising, step onto the foot rails of the treadmill. Find the clip attached to the key (see the drawing on page 9), and slide the clip onto the waistband of your clothing. Follow the steps below to use an iFit.com CD or video. Note: The instructions included in the CD case describe how to use the CD with a variety of PROFORM treadmills. Some instructions may not apply to this treadmill.

instructions included in the CD

4. Press the PLAY button on your CD player or VCR.
A moment after the button is pressed, your personal trainer will begin guiding you through your workout. Simply follow your personal trainerÕs instructions.

During the CD or video program, an electronic ÒchirpingÓ sound will alert you when the speed and/or incline of the treadmill is about to change.

CAUTION: Always listen for the ÒchirpÓ and be prepared for speed and/or incline changes. In some instances, the speed and/or incline may change before the personal trainer describes the change.

If the speed or incline settings are too high or too low, you can manually override the settings at any time by pressing the SPEED or INCLINE buttons on the console. However, when the next ÒchirpÓ is heard, the speed and/or incline will change to the next settings of the CD or video program.

To stop the program at any time, press the START/STOP button on the console. The TIME/MIN-MILE display will begin to flash. To restart the program, press the START/STOP button again. After a moment, the walking belt will begin to move at 1 mph. When the next ÒchirpÓ is heard, the speed and incline will change to the next settings of the CD or video program. The program can also be stopped by pressing the STOP button on your CD player or VCR.

When the CD or video program is completed, the walking belt will stop and the TIME/MIN-MILE display will begin to flash. Note: To use another CD or video program, press the START/STOP button or remove the key and go to step 1 on page 15. Note: If the speed or incline of the treadmill does not change when a ÒchirpÓ is heard:
1. make sure that the iFit.com indicator is lit and that the TIME/MIN-MILE display is not flashing
2. adjust the volume of your CD player or VCR. If the volume is too high or too low, the console may not detect the program signals
3. make sure that the audio cable is properly connected, that it is fully plugged in, and that it is not wrapped around a power cord
3. if you are using your portable CD player and the CD skips, set the CD player on the floor or another flat surface instead of on the console.

5. Follow your progress with the LED track and the four displays.
See step 5 on page 10.

6. Measure your pulse, if desired.
See step 6 on page 11.

7. When the iFit.com CD or video program is finished, remove the key.

Step onto the foot rails and remove the key from the console. Keep the key in a secure place.

Note: If the displays and various indicators on the console remain lit after the key is removed, the console is in the ÒdemoÓ mode. Refer to page 18 and turn off the demo mode.

CAUTION: Always remove iFit.com CDÕs and videocassettes from your CD player or VCR when you are finished using them.

When you are finished using the treadmill, move the on/off switch near the power cord to the off position.

HOW TO USE PROGRAMS DIRECTLY FROM OUR INTERNET SITE

Our new internet site at www.iFit.com allows you to access a large selection of programs that interactively control your treadmill to help you achieve your specific exercise goals. In addition, you can play iFit.com audio and video programs directly from the internet. By adding an optional upgrade module to the console, you can use virtually endless features on our internet site. Explore www.iFit.com for details. To purchase an upgrade module, call toll-free 1-800-735-0768.

To use programs from our internet site, the treadmill must be connected to your home computer. See HOW TO CONNECT YOUR COMPUTER on page 14. In addition, you must have at least a 56K modem and an account with an internet service provider. A list of additional system and software requirements will be found on our internet site.

Next, make sure that the on/off switch near the power cord is in the on position.

In addition, make sure that the power cord is properly plugged in (see HOW TO PLUG IN THE POWER CORD on page 8). Follow the steps below to use a program from our internet site.

Follow the steps below

4. Follow the desired links on our internet site to select a program.

5. Read and follow the on-line instructions for using a
program.

6. Follow the on-line instructions to start the program.

When you start the program, an on-screen countdown will begin.

7. Return to the treadmill and stand on the foot rails. Find the clip attached to the key and slide the key onto the waistband of your clothing.
When the on-screen countdown ends, the program will begin and the walking belt will begin to move. Hold the handrails, step onto the walking belt, and begin walking.

During the program, an electronic ÒchirpingÓ sound will alert you when the speed and/or incline of the treadmill is about to change. CAUTION: Always listen for the ÒchirpÓ and be prepared for speed and/or incline changes.

If the speed or incline settings are too high or too low, you can manually override the settings at any time by pressing the SPEED or INCLINE buttons on the console. However, when the next ÒchirpÓ is heard, the speed and/or incline will change to the next settings of the program.

To stop the program at any time, press the STOP button on the console. The TIME/INCLINE display will begin to flash. To restart the program, press the START button. After a moment, the walking belt will begin to move at 1.0 mph. When the next ÒchirpÓ is heard, the speed and incline will change to the next settings of the program.

When the program is completed, the walking belt will stop and the TIME/INCLINE display will begin to flash. Note: To use another program, press the STOP button and go to step 5 above.

Note: If the speed or incline of the treadmill does not change when a ÒchirpÓ is heard, make sure that the iFit.com indicator is lit and that the TIME/INCLINE display is not flashing. In addition, make sure that the audio cable is properly connected, that it is fully plugged in, and that it is not wrapped around a power cord.

8. Follow your progress with the LED track and the four displays.
See step 5 on page 10.

9. Measure your pulse, if desired. See step 6 on page 11.

10.When the program is finished, remove the key.

Step onto the foot rails and remove the key from the console. Keep the key in a secure place. Note: If the displays and various indicators on the console remain lit after the key is removed, the console is in the ÒdemoÓ mode. Refer to the instructions at the right and turn off the demo mode.
When you are finished using the treadmill, move the on/off switch near the power cord to the off position.

THE INFORMATION MODE/DEMO MODE
The console features an information mode that keeps track of the total number of hours that the treadmill has been operated and the total number of miles that the walking belt has moved. The information mode also allows you to switch the console from miles per hour to kilometers per hour. In addition, the information mode allows you to turn on and turn off the demo mode.

To select the information mode, hold down the STOP button while inserting the key into the console. When the information mode is selected, the following information will be shown:

The DISTANCE

IMPORTANT

To exit the information mode, remove the key from the console.

OPTIONAL CHEST PULSE SENSOR
An optional chest pulse sensor adds even more features to the console. The chest pulse sensor offers hands-free operation and continuously monitors your heart rate during your workouts. To purchase the optional chest pulse sensor, call the toll-free telephone number listed on the back cover of this manual.

OPTIONAL CHEST PULSE SENSOR

HOW TO FOLD AND MOVE THE TREADMILL

HOW TO FOLD THE TREADMILL FOR STORAGE
Before folding the treadmill, adjust the incline to the lowest position. If this is not done, the treadmill may be permanently damaged. Next, unplug the power cord.

CAUTION: You must be able to safely lift 45 pounds (20 kg) in order to raise, lower, or move the treadmill.

1. Hold the treadmill with your hands in the locations shown at the right. CAUTION: To decrease the possibility of injury, bend your legs and keep your back straight. As you raise the treadmill, make sure to lift with your legs rather than your back. Raise the treadmill about halfway to the vertical position.

2. Move your right hand to the position shown and hold the treadmill firmly. Using your left hand, pull the latch knob to the left and hold it. Raise the treadmill until the latch pin is aligned with the hole in the catch. Insert the latch pin into the catch. Make sure that the latch pin is fully inserted into the catch.

To protect the floor or carpet from damage, place a mat under the treadmill. Keep the treadmill out of direct sunlight. Do not leave the treadmill in the storage position in temperatures above 85¡ Fahrenheit.

HOW TO FOLD THE TREADMILL FOR STORAGE

HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL
Before moving the treadmill, convert the treadmill to the storage
position as described above. Make sure that the latch
pin is fully inserted into the catch.

1. Hold the handrails as shown and place one foot against a wheel.

2. Tilt the treadmill back until it rolls freely on the front wheels.
Carefully move the treadmill to the desired location. Never move the treadmill without tipping it back. To reduce the risk of injury, use extreme caution while moving the treadmill. Do not attempt to move the treadmill over an uneven surface.

3. Place one foot on the base, and carefully lower the treadmill until it is resting in the storage position.

HOW TO LOWER THE TREADMILL FOR USE
1. Refer to drawing 2 above. Hold the treadmill with your right hand as shown. Using your left hand, pull the latch knob to the left and hold it. Pivot the treadmill down until the frame is past the pin. Slowly release the latch knob.

2. Refer to drawing 1. Hold the treadmill firmly with both hands, and lower the treadmill to the floor.

CAUTION: To decrease the possibility of injury, bend your legs and keep your back straight.

HOW TO MOVE THE TREADMILL

TROUBLE-SHOOTING
Most treadmill problems can be solved by following the simple steps below. Find the symptom that applies, and follow the steps listed. If further assistance is needed, call our toll-free HELPLINE at 1-800-736-6879, Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Central Time (excluding holidays).

PROBLEM: The power does not turn on

SOLUTION: a. Make sure that the power cord is plugged into a surge suppressor, and that the surge suppressor

is plugged into a properly grounded outlet (see page 7). Use only a single-outlet surge suppressor that is UL 1449 listed as a transient voltage surge suppressor (TVSS). The surge suppressor must have a UL suppressed voltage rating of 400 volts or less and a minimum surge dissipation of 450 joules. The surge suppressor must be electrically rated for 120 volts AC and 15 amps.

b. After the power cord has been plugged in, make sure that the key is fully inserted into the console. See step 1 on page 10.

c. Check the circuit breaker located on the treadmill near the power cord. If the switch protrudes as shown, the circuit breaker has tripped. To reset the circuit breaker, wait for five minutes and then press the switch back in.

d. Check the on/off switch located on the treadmill near the power cord. The switch must be in the on position.

The power does not turn on

PROBLEM: The power turns off during use
SOLUTION: a. Check the circuit breaker located on the treadmill frame near the power cord (see 1. c. above). If
the circuit breaker has tripped, wait for five minutes and then press the switch back in.
b. Make sure that the power cord is plugged in.
c. Remove the key from the console. Reinsert the key fully into the console. See step 1 on page 10.
d. Make sure that the on/off switch is in the on position.
e. If the treadmill still will not run, please call our toll-free HELPLINE.

PROBLEM: The speed display on the console does not function properly

SOLUTION: a. Remove the key from the console and unplug the power cord. Remove the screws from the hood and carefully remove the hood. Locate the Reed Switch (21) and the Magnet (43) on the left side of the Pulley (42). Turn the Pulley until the Magnet is aligned with the Reed Switch. Make sure that the gap between the Magnet and the Reed Switch is about 1/8Ó. If necessary, loosen the Reed Switch Screw (76) and move the Reed Switch slightly. Retighten the Screw. Re-attach the hood, and run the treadmill for a few minutes to check for a correct speed reading.
The speed display

PROBLEM: The walking belt slows when walked on
SOLUTION: a. Use only a UL-listed surge protector, rated at 15 amps, with a 14-gauge cord of five feet or less in length.
b. If the walking belt is overtightened, treadmill performance may decrease and the walking belt may become damaged. Remove the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using the allen wrench, turn both rear roller adjustment bolts counterclockwise, 1/4 of a turn. When the walking belt is properly tightened, you should be able to lift each side of the walking belt 3 to 4 inches off the walking platform. Be careful to keep the walking belt centered. Plug in the power cord, insert the key and run the treadmill for a few minutes. Repeat until the walking belt is properly tightened.
c. If the walking belt still slows when walked on, please call our toll-free HELPLINE.

Rear Roller Adjustment Bolts

PROBLEM: The walking belt is off-center
SOLUTION: a. If the walking belt has shifted to the left, first remove
the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using the
allen wrench, turn the left rear roller adjustment bolt
clockwise, and the right bolt counterclockwise, 1/4 of a
turn each. Be careful not to overtighten the walking belt.
Plug in the power cord, insert the key and run the treadmill
for a few minutes. Repeat until the walking belt is
centered.
b. If the walking belt has shifted to the right, first remove
the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD.
Using the allen wrench, turn the left rear roller adjustment
bolt counterclockwise, and the right bolt clockwise,
1/4 of a turn each. Be careful not to overtighten the
walking belt. Plug in the power cord, insert the key and
run the treadmill for a few minutes. Repeat until the
walking belt is centered.

PROBLEM: The walking belt slips when walked on
SOLUTION: a. If the walking belt slips when walked on, first remove the key and UNPLUG THE POWER CORD. Using the allen wrench, turn both rear roller adjustment bolts clockwise, 1/4 of a turn. When the walking belt is correctly tightened, you should be able to lift each side of the walking belt 3 to 4 inches off the walking platform. Be careful to keep the walking belt centered. Plug in the power cord, insert the key and carefully walk on the treadmill for a few minutes. Repeat until the walking be lt is properly tightened.

PROBLEM: The incline of the treadmill does not change correctly or does not change when i-Fit.com CDÕs and videos are played
SOLUTION: a. With the key inserted in the console, press one of the INCLINE buttons. While the incline is changing, remove the key. After a few seconds, re-insert the key. The treadmill will automatically rise to the maximum incline level and then return to the minimum level. This will recalibrate the incline.

The walking belt is off-center

CONDITIONING GUIDELINES
WARNING: Before beginning this or any exercise program, consult your physician. This is especially important for individuals over the age of 35 or individuals with preexisting health problems.

The pulse sensor is not a medical device. Various factors, including your movement, may affect the accuracy of heart rate readings. The sensor is intended only as an exercise aid in determining heart rate trends in general.

The following guidelines will help you to plan your exercise program. RememberÑthese are general guidelines only. For more detailed exercise information, obtain a reputable book or consult your physician.

EXERCISE INTENSITY
Whether your goal is to burn fat or to strengthen your cardiovascular system, the key to achieving the desired results is to exercise with the proper intensity. The proper intensity level can be found by using your heart rate as a guide. The chart below shows recommended heart rates for fat burning and aerobic exercise.

EXERCISE INTENSITY

To find the proper heart rate for you, first find your age near the bottom of the chart (ages are rounded off to the nearest ten years). Next, find the three numbers above your age. The three numbers define your Òtraining zone.Ó The lower two numbers are recommended heart rates for fat burning; the higher number is the recommended heart rate for aerobic exercise. To measure your heart rate during exercise, use the pulse sensor on the console. If your heart rate is too high or too low, adjust the speed and incline of the treadmill.

Fat Burning
To burn fat effectively, you must exercise at a relatively low intensity level for a sustained period of time. During the first few minutes of exercise, your body

uses easily accessible carbohydrate calories for energy.
Only after the first few minutes does your body begin to use stored fat calories for energy. If your goal is to burn fat, adjust the speed and incline of the treadmill until your heart rate is near the lowest number in your training zone.For maximum fat burning, adjust the speed and incline
of the treadmill until your heart rate is near the middle
number in your training zone.

Aerobic Exercise
If your goal is to strengthen your cardiovascular system,
your exercise must be Òaerobic.Ó Aerobic exercise is activity that requires large amounts of oxygen for prolonged periods of time. This increases the demand on the heart to pump blood to the muscles, and on the lungs to oxygenate the blood. For aerobic exercise, adjust the speed and incline of the treadmill until your heart rate is near the highest number in your training zone.

WORKOUT GUIDELINES
Each workout should include the following three parts:
A Warm-upÑStart each workout with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching and light exercise. A proper warm-up increases your body temperature, heart rate and circulation in preparation for exercise.

Training Zone ExerciseÑAfter warming up, increase the intensity of your exercise until your pulse is in your training zone for 20 to 60 minutes. (During the first few weeks of your exercise program, do not keep your pulse in your training zone for longer than 20 minutes.) Breathe regularly and deeply as you exerciseÑnever hold your breath.

A Cool-downÑFinish each workout with 5 to 10 minutes of stretching to cool down. This will increase the flexibility of your muscles and will help prevent post-exercise problems.

Exercise Frequency
To maintain or improve your condition, complete three workouts each week, with at least one day of rest between workouts. After a few months, you may complete up to five workouts each week if desired. The key to success is to make exercise a regular and enjoyable part of your everyday life.

EXPLODED DRAWING

EXPLODED DRAWINGÑMode

The model number and serial number of your PROFORM¨ 730CS
treadmill are listed on a decal attached to the frame. See the front cover of this manual to find the location of the decal. All replacement parts are available for immediate purchase or special order when you visit your nearest SEARS Service Center. To request service or to order parts by telephone, call the toll-free numbers listed at the left.

When requesting help or service, or ordering parts, please be prepared to provide the following information:
1. The NAME OF THE PRODUCT (PROFORM¨ 730CS treadmill)
2. The MODEL NUMBER OF THE PRODUCT (831.299270)
3. The KEY NUMBER AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PART (see the EXPLODED DRAWING in the center of this manual and the PART LIST on page 23).

Model No. 831.299270 QUESTIONS?
If you find that:
1. you need help assembling or operating the PROFORM 730CS treadmill
2. a part is missing
3. or you need to schedule repair service
call our toll-free HELPLINE
1-800-736-6879
MondayÐSaturday, 7 amÐ7 pm
Central Time (excluding holidays)
REPLACEMENT
PARTS

If parts become worn and need
to be replaced, call the following
toll-free number
1-800-FON-PART
(1-800-366-7278)

FULL 90 DAY WARRANTY

For 90 days from the date of purchase, if failure occurs due to defect in material or workmanship in this SEARS TREADMILL EXERCISER, contact the nearest SEARS Service Center throughout the United States and SEARS will repair or replace the TREADMILL EXERCISER, free of charge.
This warranty does not apply when the TREADMILL EXERCISER is used commercially or for rental purposes.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., DEPT. 817WA, HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL 60179

Panasonic D-Tech 6.0 Manual KX-TG78XX Phones

Operating Instructions

Panasonic D-Tech 6.0 Manual KX-TG78XX Phones

Model composition
Model composition

*1 Single handset models: Intercom calls can be made between handsets by purchasing and registering one or more optional handsets (page 5).
*2 The following features are provided for these models:
– USB charging (USB jack is on the left side of the base unit)
– Text message alert feature

Accessory information
Accessory information

Introduction

Introduction

1 Replacement batteries may have a different capacity from that of the supplied batteries.

*2 By installing this unit, you can extend the range of your phone system to include areas where reception was previously not available. This product can be purchased online. Please visit our Web site: http://www.panasonic.com/RangeExtender

*3 By registering the key detector (4 max.) to a Panasonic Digital Cordless Phone and attaching it to an easy-to-lose item in advance, you can locate and find the mislaid item to which the key detector is attached. Please visit our Web site:http://panasonic.net/pcc/products/telephone/p/tga20/

Expanding your phone system

Expanding your phone system

*1 Your cellular phone and headset must be Bluetooth wireless technology compatible. For more details and the list of compatible cellular phones, please visit our Web site: http://www.panasonic.com/link2cell

Trademarks
R The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Panasonic Corporation is under license. All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.

For your safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life/
property, read this section carefully before
using the product to ensure proper and safe
operation of your product.

WARNING
Power connection

R Use only the power source marked on the product.
R Do not overload power outlets and extension cords. This can result in the risk
of fire or electric shock.
R Completely insert the AC adaptor/power
plug into the power outlet. Failure to do so may cause electric shock and/or excessive heat resulting in a fire.
R Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the AC adaptor/power plug by pulling it from
the power outlet, then wiping with a dry cloth. Accumulated dust may cause an
insulation defect from moisture, etc.
resulting in a fire.
R Unplug the product from power outlets if it emits smoke, an abnormal smell, or makes an unusual noise. These conditions can cause fire or electric shock. Confirm that smoke has stopped emitting and contact the Panasonic Call Center at
1-800-211-PANA (1-800-211-7262).
R Unplug from power outlets and never touch the inside of the product if its casing has been broken open.
R Never touch the plug with wet hands.
Danger of electric shock exists.

Installation R To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose the product to rain or any type of moisture.

R Do not place or use this product near automatically controlled devices such as automatic doors and fire alarms. Radio waves emitted from this product may cause such devices to malfunction resulting in an

R Do not allow the AC adaptor or telephone line cord to be excessively pulled, bent or placed under heavy objects.

Operating safeguards

R Unplug the product from power outlets before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
R Do not disassemble the product.
R Do not spill liquids (detergents, cleansers, etc.) onto the telephone line cord plug, or allow it to become wet at all. This may cause a fire. If the telephone line cord plug becomes wet, immediately pull it from the telephone wall jack, and do not use.

Medical
R Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices, such as pacemakers or hearing aids, to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF
(radio frequency) energy. (The product operates in the frequency range of
1.92 GHz to 1.93 GHz, and the RF transmission power is 115 mW (max.).)

R Do not use the product in health care facilities if any regulations posted in the
area instruct you not to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
CAUTION Installation and location
R Never install telephone wiring during an electrical storm.
R Never install telephone line jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
R Never touch uninsulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at the network interface.
R Use caution when installing or modifying
telephone lines.
R The AC adaptor is used as the main disconnect device. Ensure that the AC
outlet is installed near the product and is easily accessible.
R This product is unable to make calls when:

– the handset batteries need recharging or have failed.
– there is a power failure.

Battery
R We recommend using the batteries noted on page 4. USE ONLY rechargeable
Ni-MH batteries AAA (R03) size.
R Do not mix old and new batteries.
R Do not open or mutilate the batteries.
Released electrolyte from the batteries is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte is toxic and may be harmful if swallowed.
R Exercise care when handling the batteries.

Do not allow conductive materials such as rings, bracelets, or keys to touch the
batteries, otherwise a short circuit may cause the batteries and/or the conductive material to overheat and cause burns.
R Charge the batteries provided with or identified for use with this product only, in accordance with the instructions and limitations specified in this manual.
R Only use a compatible base unit (or charger) to charge the batteries. Do not
tamper with the base unit (or charger). Failure to follow these instructions may
cause the batteries to swell or explode.

Attention:
A nickel metal hydride battery that is recyclable powers the product you have
purchased.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY
(1-800-822-8837) for information on how to recycle this battery.

Important safety instructions
When using your product, basic safety precautions should always be followed to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use this product near water for example, near a bathtub, washbowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
4. Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

For best performance
Base unit location/avoiding noise The base unit and other compatible Panasonic
units use radio waves to communicate with each other.
R For maximum coverage and noise-free communications, place your base unit:
– at a convenient, high, and central location with no obstructions between
the handset and base unit in an indoor environment.
– away from electronic appliances such as TVs, radios, personal computers,
wireless devices, or other phones.
– facing away from radio frequency transmitters, such as external antennas
of mobile phone cell stations. (Avoid putting the base unit on a bay window or
near a window.)
R Coverage and voice quality depends on the local environmental conditions.

R If the reception for a base unit location is
not satisfactory, move the base unit to
another location for better reception.

Environment
R Keep the product away from electrical noise
generating devices, such as fluorescent
lamps and motors.
R The product should be kept free from
excessive smoke, dust, high temperature,
and vibration.
R The product should not be exposed to
direct sunlight.
R Do not place heavy objects on top of the
product.
R When you leave the product unused for a
long period of time, unplug the product from
the power outlet.
R The product should be kept away from heat
sources such as heaters, kitchen stoves,
etc. It should not be placed in rooms where
the temperature is less than 0 °C (32 °F) or
greater than 40 °C (104 °F). Damp
basements should also be avoided.
R The maximum calling distance may be
shortened when the product is used in the
following places: Near obstacles such as
hills, tunnels, underground, near metal
objects such as wire fences, etc.
R Operating the product near electrical
appliances may cause interference. Move
away from the electrical appliances.
Routine care
R Wipe the outer surface of the product
with a soft moist cloth.
R Do not use benzine, thinner, or any
abrasive powder.

Other information
CAUTION: Risk of explosion if battery is
replaced by an incorrect type. Dispose of used
batteries according to the instructions.

Notice for product disposal, transfer, or return
R This product can store your private/
confidential information. To protect your
privacy/confidentiality, we recommend that
you erase information such as phonebook
or caller list entries from the memory before
you dispose of, transfer, or return the

ENERGY STAR (for KX-TG7841 series)
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Panasonic
has determined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy
efficiency. ENERGY STAR is a U.S.
registered mark.

Specifications
1. Standard: DECT 6.0 (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications 6.0)
Bluetooth wireless technology 2.0
2. Frequency range: 1.92 GHz to 1.93 GHz (DECT), 2.402 GHz to 2.48 GHz (Bluetooth)
3. RF transmission power: 115 mW (max.)
4. Power source: 120 V AC, 60 Hz
5. Power consumption: Base unit:*1 Standby: Approx. 1.2 W Maximum: Approx. 4.5 W
Base unit:*2 Standby: Approx. 1.2 W Maximum: Approx. 8.5 W Charger: Standby: Approx. 0.1 W Maximum: Approx. 1.8 W
6. USB Charger:*2 Output voltage: DC 5 V Output current: 500 mA
7. Operating conditions: 0 °C – 40 °C (32 °F – 104 °F), 20 % – 80 % relative air humidity (dry) *1 KX-TG7841 series: page 3 *2 KX-TG7871 series: page 3
Note:
8. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
9. The illustrations in these instructions may vary slightly from the actual product.

Setting up Connections

1. If you do not connect the telephone line cord and use only cellular lines, set the cellular line only mode to use this unit more conveniently (page 19). n Base unit (KX-TG7841 series: page 3)

2. Use only the supplied Panasonic AC adaptor PNLV226.

Setting Up

*DSL/ADSL filter (not supplied) is required if you have DSL/ADSL service.

1. Base unit (KX-TG7871 series: page 3)
2. Use only the supplied Panasonic AC adaptor PNLV234.
3. The hook of the base unit is not designed to hold the AC adaptor cord for the desk stand or wall mounting use (page 67).
Base unit

Battery installation

Battery charging

Note when setting up

Note for battery charging

Getting Started

Getting Started

Intelligent eco mode

Controls

Controls

1. Speaker
2. M N (TALK)
3. Headset jack
4. Dial keypad (*: TONE)
5. MZN (SP-PHONE: Speakerphone)
6. Microphone
7. Receiver
8. Display
9. MOFFN
10. MFLASHNMCALL WAITN
11. MNOISE REDUCTIONN
12. Charge contacts

Control type

Control type

Base unit

Base unit

Base Unit Mark

Charging the cellular phone by USB
Available for:
KX-TG7871 series (page 3)

By connecting a USB cable (not supplied) to the cellular phone and the base unit, you can charge a cellular phone. However, the cellular phone cannot exchange data with the base unit through a USB cable.

Charging the cellular phone

Display/Indicators

Display/Indicators

Display/Indicators

Initial settings
n Direct command code: Programmable settings can be accessed by pressing MMENUN, #, and then the corresponding code on the dial keypad (page 36).
Example: Press MMENUN#101.
n Symbol meaning:
Example: MbN: “Off”
Press MCN or MDN to select the words in quotations.

Date and time
Important:
R When you install the batteries for the first time, the handset may prompt you to set date and time. First press MSELECTN, then proceed to step 2.

Handset
1 MMENUN#101
2 Enter the current month, date, and year
by selecting 2 digits for each.
Example: July 15, 2013
07 15 13
3 MOKN
4 Enter the current hour and minute
(12-hour clock format) by selecting 2
digits for each.
Example: 9:30
09 30
5 *: Select “AM” or “PM”.
6 MSAVEN a MOFFN

Note:
R When English is selected as the display language, 12-hour clock format is used.
When Spanish is selected, 24-hour clock format is used.
R The date and time may be incorrect after a power failure. In this case, set the date and time again.

Display language
You can select either “English” or “Español” as the display language. The
default setting is “English”.

Handset / Base unit
1 MMENUN#110
2 MbN: Select the desired setting. a MSAVEN
3 Proceed with the operation for your unit.

Handset: MOFFN
Base unit: MEXITN
Voice guidance language You can select either “English” or “Español” as the voice guidance language of the answering system. The defau lt setting is
“English”.

Handset
1 MMENUN#112
2 MbN: Select the desired setting.
3 MSAVEN a MOFFN

Dialing mode
If you cannot make calls, change this setting
according to your telephone line service. The
default setting is “Tone”.
“Tone”: For tone dial service.
“Pulse”: For rotary/pulse dial service.

Handset
1 MMENUN#120
2 MbN: Select the desired setting.
3 MSAVEN a MOFFN

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Panasonic SC-BTT / SA-BTT Series Manual [BTT770,BTT730,BTT270,BTT273

Blu-ray DiscTM

Panasonic SC-BTT / SA-BTT Series Manual [BTT770,BTT730,BTT270,BTT273

Owner’s Manual
Blu-ray DiscTM Home Theater Sound System

Dear customer
Thank you for purchasing this product.
For optimum performance and safety, please read these instructions carefully.
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read the instructions completely.
Please keep this manual for future reference.

If you have any questions contact
U.S.A. and Puerto Rico : 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Canada : 1-800-561-5505

THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A.
FCC Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
≥ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
≥ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
≥ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
≥ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution:To assure continued compliance, follow the attached
installation instructions and use only shielded interface cables when
connecting to peripheral devices. Any changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Responsible Party:
Panasonic Corporation of North America
One Panasonic Way
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Support Contact:
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company
Telephone No.: 1-800-211-PANA (7262)

THE FOLLOWING APPLIES IN THE U.S.A. AND CANADA
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules and RSS-Gen of IC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept
any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation
of this device.
Contains FCC ID: RYYWYPAEBUX4
Contains IC:4389B-WYPAEBUX4
This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any
other antenna or transmitter.
This product is restricted to indoor use due to its operation in the 5.15 to
5.25 GHz frequency range.

FCC and IC require this product to be used indoors for the frequency range
5.15 to 5.25 GHz to reduce the potential for harmful interference to
co-channel Mobile Satellite systems. High power radars are allocated as
primary users of the 5.25 to 5.35 GHz and 5.65 to 5.85 GHz bands. These
radar stations can cause interference with and/or damage this product.
This equipment complies with FCC/IC radiation exposure limits set forth for
an uncontrolled environment and meets the FCC radio frequency (RF)
Exposure Guidelines in Supplement C to OET65 and RSS-102 of the IC
radio frequency (RF) Exposure rules. This equipment has very low levels of
RF energy that it deemed to comply without maximum permissive exposure
evaluation (MPE). But it is desirable that it should be installed and operated
keeping the radiator at least 20cm or more away from person’s body
(excluding extremities: hands, wrists, feet and ankles).

[BTT770]
THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A.

FCC Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
≥ Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
≥ Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
≥ Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.

≥ Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC caution: To maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded
interface cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with
non-approved equipment or unshielded cables may result in interference
to radio and TV reception. Any changes or modifications not approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate this equipment.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Responsible Party:
Panasonic Corporation of North America
One Panasonic Way, Secaucus, NJ 07094
Support Contact:
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company
Telephone No.: 1-800-211-PANA (7262)

WARNING:
To satisfy FCC RF exposure requirements for mobile transmitting devices,
a separation distance of 20 cm or more should be maintained between the
antenna of this device and persons during device operation.
To ensure compliance, operations at closer than this distance is not
recommended. The antenna used for this transmitter must not be
co-located in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

[BTT770]
THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN CANADA.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.

[BTT770] [BTT370]
THE FOLLOWING APPLIES ONLY IN CANADA.
For main unit
Product Identification Marking is located on the bottom of the unit.

[BTT770]
For wireless system
Product Identification Marking is located on the bottom of wireless system.

IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS

Read these operating instructions carefully before using the unit. Follow the
safety instructions on the unit and the applicable safety instructions listed
below. Keep these operating instructions handy for future reference.
1 Read these instructions.
2 Keep these instructions.
3 Heed all warnings.
4 Follow all instructions.
5 Do not use this apparatus near water.
6 Clean only with dry cloth.
7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug.
A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other.
A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The
wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided
plug does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of
the obsolete outlet.
10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at
plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
apparatus.
11 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12 Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required
when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain
or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.

WARNING
Unit
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
– Do not expose this unit to rain, moisture, dripping or splashing.
– Do not place objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on this unit.
– Use only the recommended accessories.
– Do not remove covers.
– Do not repair this unit by yourself. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.

CAUTION
Unit
– This unit utilizes a laser. Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
– Do not place sources of naked flames, such as lighted candles, on this unit.
Placement
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or product damage,
– Do not install or place this unit in a bookcase, built-in cabinet or in another
confined space. Ensure this unit is well ventilated.
– Do not obstruct this unit’s ventilation openings with newspapers,
tablecloths, curtains, and similar items

CAUTION

This Owner’s Manual is applicable to models
SC-BTT770, SC-BTT370, SC-BTT270 and SC-BTT273.
Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations in this Owner’s
Manual are of SC-BTT770.
≥ Operations in this Owner’s Manual are described mainly
with the remote control, but you can perform the
operations on the main unit if the controls are the same.

Indicates features applicable to:
[BTT770]: SC-BTT770 only
[BTT370]: SC-BTT370 only
[BTT270]: SC-BTT270 only
[BTT273]: SC-BTT273 only

System SC-BTT770 SC-BTT370 SC-BTT270 SC-BTT273
Main unit SA-BTT770 SA-BTT370 SA-BTT270 SA-BTT273
Speaker system Front speakers SB-HF775 SB-HF370 SB-HF270 SB-HF370
Center speaker SB-HC775 SB-HC370 SB-HC270 SB-HC370
Surround speakers SB-HS270 SB-HS270 SB-HS270 SB-HS270
Subwoofer SB-HW370 SB-HW370 SB-HW270 SB-HW270
Wireless system (with digital transmitter) SH-FX71

≥ Some accessories and external devices mentioned in this Owner’s Manual that are not included with this product may not be on sale in certain regions.

≥ Please note that the actual controls and components, menu items, etc. of your Blu-ray Disc Home Theater Sound System may look somewhat different from those shown in the illustrations in this Owner’s Manual.

Accessory
Check the supplied accessories before using this unit.
For accessories of speakers, refer to page 10.

[BTT770]

BTT370

[BTT270]

[BTT273]

Control reference guide

Control reference guide

Remote control

1 Turn the unit on and off
2 Select title numbers, etc./Enter numbers or characters
(? 34)
[CANCEL]: Cancel
3 Select the source (? 22)
4 Basic playback control buttons (? 25)
5 Select preset radio stations
6 Show status messages (? 25)
7 Display the Home screen of VIERA CAST (? 34)
8 Selection/OK, Frame-by-frame (? 25)
9 Show sub menu (? 26)
10 These buttons are used when;
≥ Operating a BD-Video disc that includes JavaTM
applications (BD-J).
≥ Operating contents of VIERA CAST (? 34)
11 Set the sound mode (? 24)/Select speaker channel
(? 24)
12 Select surround sound effects (? 24)/Set the sleep timer

1 Press and hold [–SLEEP].
2 While “SLEEP ££” is displayed, press [–SLEEP]
several times to select the time (in minutes).
≥ Timer selection is up to 120 minutes.
≥ Select “OFF” when canceling the setting.
≥ To confirm the remaining time
Press and hold the button again.

13 TV operation buttons
[Í]: Turn the television on and off
[AV, INPUT]: Switch the input select
[i j VOL]: Adjust the volume
14 Adjust the volume of the main unit
15 Mute the sound
≥ “MUTE” flashes on the unit’s display, while the function is
on.
≥ To cancel, press the button again or adjust the volume.
≥ Muting is canceled if the unit is turned off.
16 Show NETFLIX screen
17 Select radio stations manually (? 29)
18 Exit the menu screen
19 Show HOME menu (? 23)
20 Show Pop-up menu/Top menu/Direct Navigator (? 25)
21 Return to previous screen
22 [BTT770] [BTT370] : Start up a video communication (? 34)
23 Show Playback menu (? 35)/Select audio (? 25)

Main unit (Front)
Main unit (Front)

1 Standby/on switch (POWER Í/I) (? 19)
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice
versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small
amount of power.
2 Open or close the disc tray (? 22)
3 Adjust the volume of the main unit
4 Disc tray
5 Stop (? 25)

6 Start play (? 25)
7 SD card slot (? 22)
8 Remote control signal sensor
Distance: Within approx. 7 m (23 ft.)
Angle: Approx. 20o up and down, 30o left and right
9 Display
10 Connect iPod/iPhone (? 32)

POWER-SAVING FEATURES
The main unit is designed to conserve its power consumption and save energy.
[BTT770] [BTT370] Wireless system (SH-FX71) does not have this function.

≥ Automatic power-down function
The main unit will automatically switch to standby mode after
30 minutes if the main unit is inactive as follows.

e.g.
jThere is no audio signal from an external device.
jDisc playback is stopped/paused.
jiPod/iPhone playback is stopped/paused.
jThe disc menu is displayed and play is not selected.
(This function may not work depending on the application
type of discs.)

Main unit (Rear) L

Main unit (Rear) R

1 AC IN terminal (? 18)
2 Speaker terminals (? 13)
3 Cooling fan
4 [BTT770] [BTT370] USB port for the Communication Camera
TY-CC10W (optional) (? 34)
5 LAN port (? 17)
6 HDMI AV OUT (ARC) terminal (? 15)
7 [BTT770] [BTT370] HDMI 1 IN (CABLE/SAT) terminal (? 16)
8 [BTT770] [BTT370] HDMI 2 IN terminal (? 16)

9 FM radio antenna terminal (? 16)
10 DIGITAL AUDIO IN terminal (? 14 , 15)
11 AUX terminal (? 14)
12 VIDEO OUT terminal (? 14)
13 [BTT770] Digital transmitter dock for supplied wireless
system (? 17)
[BTT370] Digital transmitter dock for optional wireless
system (? 12)

Playable discs/Cards

Playable discs/Cards

Discs that cannot be played in this unit
Any other disc that is not specifically supported or
previously described.
1. DVD-RAM
2. Super Audio CD
3. Photo CD
4. DVD-Audio
5. Video CD and Super Video CD
6. WMA discs
7. DivX discs
8. PAL discs
9. HD DVD
10 BD-Video discs recorded at a rate of 50 fields/sec

Region management information
BD-Video

This unit plays BD-Video marked with labels containing the
region code “A”.
Example:

BD-Video

DVD-Video
This unit plays DVD-Video marked with labels containing the
region number “1” or “ALL”.
Example:

DVD-Video

Finalize
DVD-R/RW/R DL, +R/+RW/+R DL and CD-R/RW recorded by
a recorder, etc. needs to be finalized by the recorder to play on
this unit. Please refer to the recorder’s instructions.
BD-Video
This unit supports high bit rate audio (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio and DTS-HD Master
Audio) adopted in BD-Video.
Music CD
≥ Operation and sound quality of CDs that do not conform to
CD-DA specifications (copy control CDs, etc.) cannot be
guaranteed.
≥ The digital audio content side of a DualDisc does not meet
the technical specifications of the Compact Disc Digital
Audio (CD-DA) format so playback may not be possible.
3D
≥ 3D videos and 3D still pictures can be played back when this
unit is connected to a 3D compatible TV using a High Speed
HDMI Cable.
≥ 2D video can be enjoyed as 3D virtually. (? 27)

Unit and media care
Unit and media care

SD card

Using the remote control

Using the remote control

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Intelliflo VS-3050 Pump Manual

Intelliflo VS-3050 Pump

Intelliflo VS-3050 Pump Manual
[Pentair Variable Speed Pump]

(Compatible with IntelliComm® communication center and
EasyTouch®, IntelliTouch® and SunTouch® control systems)

Installation and User’s Guide

Pump Overview

Introduction
The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump is well suited for all of your pool, spa, cleaner, waterfall and other water applications. Using the control panel, IntelliFlo® can use one of the four selectable preset speeds or the pump speed can be adjusted to run at a speci c speed. Advanced energy conservation features ensure that your ltration system is operating at peak ef ciency.

The IntelliFlo® pump is a variable speed pump that can use up to eight speeds that can be adjusted to run at speci c speeds and time intervals. The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump out performs all conventional pumps in its class.

The pump can operate from 450 RPM to 3450 RPM with preset speeds of 750, 1500, 2350 and 3110 RPM. The pump can be adjusted from the control panel to run at any speed between 450 RPM to 3450 RPM for different applications. The pump control panel alarm LED and error messages warn the user against under and over voltage, high temperature, over current and freeze protection with user de ned minimum and maximum speed presets.

External Control
The IntelliFlo® pump can communicate with an IntelliTouch®, EasyTouch®, or SunTouch® control system or the IntelliComm® communication center via a two-wire RS-485 communication cable.The communication cable is included with the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump. EasyTouch® and IntelliComm® can remotely control the IntelliFlo® Variable speed four preset speeds. The IntelliTouch® system can be con gured to control a total of eight speeds. The pump’s address and other pump functions are accessed from the pump’s control panel.

Intelliflo VS-3050 Pump
IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump

Features

??Adjusts to various pool sizes
??Prevents thermal overload
??Detects and prevents damage from under and over voltage conditions
??Protects against freezing
??Communicates with EasyTouch, IntelliTouch or SunTouch control systems or an IntelliComm communication center via a two-wire RS-485 cable connection
??Easy to use operator control panel
??Operator control panel buttons for speed control
??Built-in strainer pot and volute
??Ultra energy-ef cient TEFC Square Flange Motor
??Compatible with most cleaning systems, lters, and jet action spas
??Motor assembly features permanent magnet synchronous motor
??Heavy-duty, durable construction designed for long life
??12 Programmable Speeds
? ??Eight Set speeds
? ??Schedule
? ??Duration
? ??Manual
? ??Four IntelliComm speed modes
??Priming Feature
? ??Load Sensing
? ??Enable or Disable
??Lock out protection
? ??Four Digit password
? ??Enable or Disable
??LCD Display
? ??Power and Speed
? ??Text Alerts
??Antifreeze Protection
? ??Adjustable speed
? ??Adjustable Temperatures
? ??Enable and Disable in stand alone
??Additional Features
? ??Clock and Timer
? ?? Maximum and Minimum Speed Limits
?? Quick Clean Mode
? ??Address up to 16 pumps
? ??Service Features
? ??Timeout Mode

IntelliFlo® Drive Assembly and Control Panel

The IntelliFlo® drive assembly consists of an operator control panel and the system electronics that drive the motor. The drive microprocessor controls the motor by changing the frequency of the current it receives together, with changing the voltage to control the rotational speed.

Variable Speed Drive Assembly
IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Drive Assembly

IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Motor Features
• Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM)
• High ef ciency (3450 RPM 92% and 1000 RPM 90%)
• Superior speed control
• Operates at lower temperatures due to high ef ciency
• Same technology as deployed in hybrid electric vehicles
• Designed to withstand outdoor environment
• Totally enclosed fan cooled
• Three-phase motor
• 56 Square Flange
• Six-Pole
• Low noise

Operator Control Panel
This section describes the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump operator controls and LEDs.

IntelliFlo® Operator Control Panel

Operator Control Panel

Controls and LEDs
1. Speed 1 button/LED: Press button to select Speed 1 (750 RPM). LED on indicates Speed 1 is active.

2. Speed 2 button/LED: Press button to select Speed 2 (1500 RPM). LED on indicates Speed 2 is active.

3. Speed 3 button/LED: Press button to select Speed 3 (2350 RPM). LED on indicates Speed 3 is active.
4. Speed 4 button/LED: Press button to select Speed 4 (3110 RPM). LED on indicates Speed 4 is active.

5. Select button: Displays available menu items or enters edit mode for changing a value on line two of the display.

6. Escape button: Moves to next level up in the menu structure, and/or stops editing the current setting.

7. Menu button: Accesses the menu items if the pump is stopped.

8.Enter button: Saves current menu item setting. Press this button to acknowledge alarms and warning alerts.

Controls and LEDs (Continued)

9. Arrow buttons:
• Up arrow: Move one level up in the menu tree or increase a digit when editing a setting.
• Down arrow: Move one level down in the menu tree or decrease a digit when editing a setting.
• Left arrow: Move cursor left one digit when editing a setting.
• Right arrow: Move cursor right one digit when editing a setting.

10. Quick Clean: Duration and speed (RPM) can be preset to save energy. The LED is on when active.

11. Time Out: When active (LED on), at the end of a “Time Out” preset time, the pump will run a schedule.

12.Start/Stop button: Start or Stop the pump. When the LED is on, the pump is currently running or in a mode to start automatically.

13. Reset button: Reset alarm or alert.

14.LEDs
On: This green, power LED is on when IntelliFlo® is powered on.
Warning: LED is on if a warning condition is present.
Alarm: The red LED is on if an alarm condition occurs. See “Alerts and Warnings” on page 35.

15. Control Panel LCD:
• Line 1 – Key icon indicates password protect mode is active. If password protect is not enabled, no key icon is displayed.
• Line 2 – Displays the current pump speed (RPM).
• Line 3 – Count down time and Watts
• Line 4 – Current pump status.

Operating the Pump

This section describes how to operate the IntelliFlo® pump using the control panel buttons and menu features.

Starting the pump
To start the pump
1. Be sure the pump is powered on and the green power LED is on.
2. Select one of the speed buttons, then press the Start button (LED on) to start the pump.

Stopping the pump
To stop the pump
• Press the Stop button to stop the pump.

Note: The pump can automatically restart if the communication cable is connected.
Servicing Equipment (Disconnect Power to Pump)

• When servicing equipment ( lters, heaters, chlorinators etc.), disconnect the communication cable, and switch OFF circuit breaker to remove power from the pump.

Operating the IntelliFlo Pump at Preset Speeds
The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump is programmed with four default speeds of 750, 1500, 2350 and 3110 RPM. A Speed button is assigned to each of the preset speeds as shown.

To operate the pump at one of the four preset speeds
1. Be sure the pump is powered on and the green power LED is on.

2. Press the Speed button (1- 4) corresponding to the desired preset speed, and release quickly. The LED above the Speed button will come on as shown.

3. Press the Start button. The pump will quickly ramp to the selected preset speed.

LED lit

Adjusting the pump speed
1. While the pump is running, press the Up Arrow to increase speed setting.
2. Press the Down Arrow to decrease speed Setting.
3. Press and hold down a Speed Button for three (3) seconds to save speed to the button or press the Enter button to save the speed.

Pump Operating Modes
The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump can be programmed three ways:

1. Manual Operation: Speed buttons 1-4 can be programmed for Manual operation. This means the speed button is pressed and then the start button and the pump runs a programmed speed. Speeds 5-8 cannot be programmed for Manual operation because there are no buttons associated with them.

To operate the pump in Manual Mode, press one of the four speed buttons, and press the Start/Stop button to run the assigned speed for that button. When the pump is running a Manual Speed Setting (speed 1, 2, 3 or 4 button pressed manually) and a scheduled speed is set to run, the scheduled speed will take priority regardless of speed (RPM) assigned to each button. When the Scheduled Speed’s time is over, it will not revert back to the manually pressed speed. If the pump is running a schedule and a speed button is pressed manually, the pump will run the manually selected speed until the next scheduled speed program.

2. Egg Timer (Duration): Speeds 1-4 can be programmed to run for a duration of time once pressed. This means that the Speed button is pressed and then the start button and the pump runs a programmed speed and the speed will turn off at the end of a preprogrammed amount of time. Speeds 5-8 have no direct pump speed buttons and therefore cannot be programmed with an Egg-Timer.

3. Schedule: The speed button can be programmed to turn on and off at a certain time. The LED above the Start/Stop button must be lit for the pump to run schedules. When a speed is set to run in Schedule mode it can still be operated manually. When a speed is programmed to run 23 hours and 59 minutes per day it will not turn off. For example, for the pump to run 24 hours per day, program the pump to start at 8:00 AM and stop at 7:59 AM.

Programming the Pump
When the pump is running, a manual speed and password time out is activated (see page 12) the pump can be turned off but it cannot be turned back on. Pressing the Start/Stop button places it in the Running Schedule mode. Therefore, it will only run Speeds that are Scheduled to come on at their scheduled Start Time.

IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump Menus

IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump Menus

IntelliFlo® Pump Menus
The IntelliFlo® pump menu descriptions are as follows:

Settings: Pump Address
The IntelliFlo® pump address needs to be changed when there is more than one IntelliFlo® pump on an automation system. This allows the automation system to know which pump to send a command.

The “Pump Address” setting is used when the IntelliFlo® pump is connected via the RS-485 COM port to an IntelliTouch®, EasyTouch®, SunTouch® or IntelliComm® system. The default pump address is #1. When connected to EasyTouch®, SunTouch® or IntelliComm® the pump only communicates with address #1. The pump address can be set from 1-16. However, IntelliTouch® can communicate to four (1-4) IntelliFlo® pumps.

Note: IntelliFlo® pumps cannot be connected in series with other pumps.

To access the Settings menu:
1. Be sure the green power LED is on and the pump is stopped.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed. The Factory default setting is address “1.”
4. To change the pump address, press the Select button. The rst digit “1” selected.
5. Press Up or Down arrow button to change the address number from 1-16.
6. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.
7. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Set Time
Use “Set Time” to set the IntelliFlo® system time. The IntelliFlo® system clock controls all scheduled start and stop times, functions, and programmed cycles. The system clock can store the correct time for up to 96 hours after power is shut off. The IntelliFlo® will retain the time memory for 96 hours before a reset is needed.

To access the Set Time menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Set Time”
5. Press the Select button. The cursor will appear in the Minutes column.
6. Press Up or Down arrow button to set the time.
7. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.
8. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Set AM/PM or 24 Clock
This setting is for changing the pump’s time clock from regular time (AM/PM) to a 24 hour clock.
For example, Midnight (12:00 AM) is 0000 hr., 8:00 AM is 0800 hr., and 11:00 PM is 2300 hr.

To access the AM/PM or 24 hr. menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “AM/PM.”
5. Press the Select button to change the setting.
6. Press Up or Down arrow button to choose between 24 hr. and AM/PM.
7. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to
exit edit mode without saving.
8. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Set Temperature Unit
Use this setting to set the temperature unit to Celsius (°C), or Fahrenheit (°F). The IntelliFlo® AntiFreeze
protection feature (see page 20) can be set to either Fahrenheit or Celsius.

To access the Temperature Units menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Temperature Units” menu item. The factory default setting is “F” (Fahrenheit).
5. Press the Select button. “F” is displayed.
6. Press Up or Down arrow button to choose between Celsius (°C), or Fahrenheit (°F).
7. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.
8. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Screen Contrast Level
This setting changes the contrast of the LCD screen. The default setting is 3. Screen contrast levels can be adjusted from 1 to 5 units for low or high lighting conditions.

To access the Temperature Units menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Contrast level.
5. Press the Select button. Screen will show current contrast setting number. The default is “3”.
6. Press the Select button to change the setting. Number will highlight.
7. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to
exit edit mode without saving.
8. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Language
To access the language menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Language”.
5. Press the Select button to access the language menu.
6. Press Select to highlight current Language in use.
7. Press the Enter button to select the desired language for the control panel. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.
8. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Set Minimum Speed (RPM)
The minimum pump speed can be set from 450 RPM to 1700 RPM. The default setting is 450 RPM.

To access the Set Minimum Speed menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Set Min Speed”.
5. Press the Select button to change the setting. The cursor will appear in the rst number column (ones)
6. Press Up or Down arrow button to change the pump’s minimum speed setting from 450 to 1700 RPM.
7. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.
8. Press the Escape button to exit.

Settings: Set Maximum Speed (RPM)
The maximum speed can be set from 1900 RPM to 3450 RPM. The default setting is 3450. This setting is used to set the maximum running speed of the pump. When the pump is set to Priming “Enabled” the pump will ramp up to and run at the Maximum Speed setting to attain the prime. A Service Professional must set the Maximum Speed of the pump to not exceed the maximum ow rate of the system on which it will operate.
CAUTION: The Maximum Flow rate setting should be set so the system never operates at or above a 0.635 meter vacuum.
To access the Set Maximum Speed menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Set Max Speed”.
5. Press the Select button to change the setting. The cursor will appear in the rst number column (ones)
6. Press Up or Down arrow button to change the pump’s maximum speed setting from 1900 to 3450 RPM.
7. Press the Enter button to save the setting. Press the Escape button to exit. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.

Settings: Password
When the Password feature is enabled, the pump will enter into password protection mode for a
preprogrammed amount of time after the last button is pressed. The entered password is any combination of four (4) digits.
To access the Password menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Press the Select button. “Pump Address” is displayed.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Password”.
5. Press the Select button. The default setting is “Disabled”.
6. Press the Select button to change the setting.
7. Press Up or Down arrow button to change the setting to Enabled”.
8. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
9. Press Down arrow button. “Password Timeout” is displayed.
Factory default time is 10 minutes, this means the pump will go into Password Protection mode 10 minutes after the last control panel key press.
10. Press Select to change time setting from 1 minute to 6 hours.
11. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
12. Press Down arrow button. “Enter Password” is displayed.
13. Press Select to change the setting.
14. Press Left or Right arrow button to move cursor and press up and down arrow to change password number to desired setting.
15. Press the Enter button to save the setting. To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit edit mode without saving.
16. Press the Escape button to exit.

Password Protection
Password: The default for this setting is disabled, which means the pump does not have password protection. When this feature is enabled, for a preset amount of time after the last button is pressed, the pump display will prompt for the password before allowing access to the control panel and buttons. The password must be a four (4) numeric digit password. Write down the password and keep in a secure place.
• When the pump is password protected the pump can always be turned off by pressing the Start/Stop button.
• When running the pump in manual mode it cannot be turned back on with the press of the Start/Stop button.
• Pressing the Start/Stop button when the pump is off will return it back to the Running Cycles Mode and will run at the next scheduled run time. If the present time is within the scheduled run time the pump will run the scheduled speed.
• All functions including programming are disabled in Password Protection Mode.
• If any button other than the Start/Stop button is pressed, the screen reads Enter Password.
• When Password Protection is enabled there is a key icon displayed in the upper left side of the LCD.

Key Lockout Icon

Entering Password
• When Password Protection is enabled, press any button (besides the speed button) to prompt the screen to for a password.
• To enter password, use the left and right arrows to move the cursor and the Up and Down arrow button to scroll through the digit then press the Enter button to con rm.

Speed 1-8 (Schedule a Time to Run the Pump)
By setting a start time and a stop time, Speeds 1-8 can be programmed to run a certain speed at a certain time of day. To run a scheduled pump speed, press the Start button (LED on). The LCD screen will display “Running Schedules” when it is ready to run a scheduled speed. If the start button is pressed during a scheduled speed time, the screen will read Running Speed X and will run speed X. (If priming is enabled, it will prime rst at the maximum RPM setting of the pump before running speed X.)

Note: The IntelliFlo® pump will not run the scheduled speeds until the Start/Stop button is pressed (LED on) to place the pump in the “Running Schedule” mode.

To set a schedule to run the pump:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Speed 1-8”.
4. Press the Select button. “Speed 1” is displayed.
5. Use the Up or Down arrow button to choose the speed you wish to program.
6. Press the Select button. Select Manual, Schedule, or Egg Timer for speeds 1-4. “Disabled” or “Schedule” for speed 5-8 is displayed.
Speeds 1-4 default setting is MANUAL. To create a schedule for speed 1-4 Press Select to highlight manual.Speeds 5-8 default setting is DISABLED. To create a schedule for speed 5-8, Press Select to highlight Disabled.
7. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Schedule”.
8. Press the Enter button.
9. Press the Down arrow button. Set speed will be displayed.
10. Press the Select button to change the speed. The rst digit will highlight (ones digit).
11. Use the Up or Down arrow button to change the speed.
12. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
13. Press the Down arrow button. “Set Start Time” is displayed.
14. Press the Select button to change the start time. The cursor will highlight the minute column.
15. Use the Left arrow button to move the cursor to the hour column if desired.
16. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
17. Press Down arrow. “Set Stop Time” is displayed
18. Press the Select button to change the stop time.
19. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
20. Press the Start/Stop button. The LED above the button will light up and the pump will start if within a scheduled time or “Running Schedule” is displayed.

When the pump is running a scheduled speed or a duration speed (egg timer) the countdown time (T 00:01) showing the hours and minutes is displayed on the screen.

Note: Speeds 5-8 can be programmed to operate in Schedule mode only. The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump can run eight (8) different speeds at eight (8) programmed start and stop times per day.

Note: When two speeds are scheduled during the same run time the pump will run the higher RPM Speed regardless of Speed # in use

Programming for Constant Run
When programming a schedule for a Speed, the Speed can not be programmed with the same start and stop times. However, it will run without stopping if it is programmed with the Start time set one minute after the stop time. Example: A single speed will run non stop if programmed with a Start Time of 8:00 AM and a Stop time of 7:59 AM.

External Control
This function is for programming speeds that will run when the IntelliComm power center controller sends it a command. For example, Terminal 3 and 4 in IntelliComm will correspond to External Control Program #1. (5 and 6 to Ext Ctrl #2). Use the External Control feature to program the IntelliComm power center.
To access the Ext. Ctrl. menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Ext. Ctrl.”.
5. Press the Select button. “Program 1” is displayed.
6. Press the Select button. “750 RPM’ is displayed.
7. Press the Select button. The “RPM” number will highlight.
8. Press Up or Down arrow button to change the RPM setting.
9. Press the Enter button to save the setting. Note: To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit without saving.
10. Press the Escape button.
11. Use the Up or Down arrow button to scroll to “Program 2”.
12. Repeat Step 5 through 9 to set Program 2, 3, and 4.

Features: Quick Clean
This feature can be used to ramp the pump up to a higher RPM for vacuuming, cleaning, adding chemicals, after a storm for extra skimming capability. Press the Quick Clean button (LED on) and then the Start/Stop button (LED on) to start the pump at preset RPM and duration of time. When the Quick Clean cycle is over it will resume regular schedules, it will be in the “Running Schedule” mode.

Quick Clean (Continued)
To access the Quick Clean menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Use the Down arrow button to scroll to “Features”.
5. Press the Select button. “Timeout” is displayed.
6. Press the Down arrow button. “QuickClean” is displayed.
7. Press the Select button. “Set Speed” is displayed.
8. Press the Select button. The “RPM” rst (ones) column will highlight.
9. Use the Up or Down arrow button to change the speed.
10. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
11. Press the Down arrow button. “Time Duration” is displayed.
12. Press the Select button. The cursor will appear in the minutes column.
13. Use the Up or Down arrow button to change the time from 1 minute to 10 hours.
14. Press the Enter button to save the setting. Note: To cancel any changes, press the Escape
button to exit without saving.
15. Press the Escape button to exit.

Features: Time Out
This feature keeps the pump from running for a programmable amount of time. This feature can be used to allow newly glued pipe joints time to dry before circulation of the pool water is resumed. This feature keeps the pump from running for a programmable amount of time. When this feature’s time is up, the pump will be in the “Running Schedule” mode, Start/Stop LED will be lit and ready to turn on at the next scheduled run time.
To access the Time Out menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Use the Down arrow button to scroll to “Features”.
5. Press the Select button. “Timeout” is displayed.
6. Press the Select button. “Timeout Duration” is displayed.
7. Press the Select button. The “Minutes” column will highlight.
8. Press the Left arrow button to scroll to the hours setting. Time out can be set from 1 minute to 10 hours.
9. Press the Enter button to save the setting. Note: To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit without saving.
10. Press the Escape button to exit.

Priming

The default setting for Priming is ENABLED. Enabling this feature allows the pump to use its “Flow Technology” to be sure the pump is primed for startup. This feature will not override the “Max Speed” setting. The priming feature ramps the pump to 1800 RPM and pauses for three (3) seconds. If there is suf cient water ow in the pump basket, the pump will go out of priming mode and run its commanded speed. If the ow in the pump basket is not suf cient, the pump will ramp to the “Max Speed” setting and stay there for the priming delay time, which is defaulted at 20 seconds. If there is suf cient water ow in the pump basket at this time, it will go out of priming mode and ramp to the commanded speed. If there is still insuf cient ow in the pump basket, the pump will try to prime at the “Maximum Speed” for the amount of time set up in the “Maximum Priming Time” menu.
Maximum Priming Time: The Maximum Priming Time can be set from 1 minute to 30 minutes. The

default setting is 11 minutes. This is the maximum amount of time the pump will try to prime before giving an error. However if the pump does not see a suf cient amount of water in the pump basket this can cause the pump to report a Priming Dry Alarm within seconds of the beginning of the priming cycle.

Priming Dry Alarm: An insuf cient amount of water in the basket during priming will cause the pump to report a Priming Dry Alarm. The basket should be lled with water and the pump restarted when this alarm occurs.

Note: When a Priming Dry Alarm takes place it will try to restart after 10 minutes.

Primed Sensitivity: The primed sensitivity can be set from 1% to 100%. The factory default setting is 1% meaning that the pump is at its most sensitive setting in regards to determining if the pump has attained a prime or not. Increasing this number will decrease the amount of ow needed for the pump to sense that it is primed. Making this number too high could cause the pump to think it has attained a prime and evacuated the air from the system when it has not. If the system is such, that the pump has trouble coming out of the priming mode and it is evident that the pump basket is full of water and owing then the Primed Sensitivity number can be increased.

Priming Delay: The priming delay can be set from 1 second to 10 minutes. The default setting is 20 seconds. This means the pump will ramp to 1800 RPM and stay there for three (3) seconds which it will always do in the hard Priming Mode. If there is suf cient ow in the pump basket, the pump will then go out of priming mode and ramp to its commanded speed. If there is insuf cient water ow in the pump basket, the pump will ramp to the Max Speed Setting and stay there for the default time of 20 seconds. It may be necessary to increase the prime delay to allow the system to stabilize before the pump goes into running mode. If the pump errors out immediately after priming, then increasing the Priming Delay time may correct the issue.

When the pump is connected to an automation system and the “Maximum Prime Time” feature is enabled, it will remain active.

To access the Priming menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on and press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
2. Use the Down arrow button to scroll to “Priming”.
3. Press the Select button. The factory default is set to priming “Enabled“.
4. To disable priming, press the Select button.
5. Use the Up arrow button. “Disabled” is displayed.
6. Press the Enter button.
7. Press the Down arrow button. Screen will read “Max Priming Time”. The factory default is set to 11 minutes.
8. Press the Select button to change the setting. The cursor will highlight the minutes column.
9. Use the Up or Down arrow button to change the time from 1 minute to 30 minutes..
10. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
11. Press the Down arrow button. The screen will read “Primed Sensitivity”. The default for this setting being “1”.
12. Press the Select button to change the setting. The cursor will highlight the number.
13. Use the Up or Down arrow button to change the time from 1% to 100%. Increasing the number makes the Priming less sensitive.
14. Press Enter to save.
15. Press the Down arrow button. Screen will read “Priming Delay”. The default for this setting is 20 seconds.
16. Press the Select button to change the Setting.
17. Use the Up or Down arrow button to change the setting from 1 second to 10 minutes. Caution: Increasing the Priming Delay causes the pump to stay in the priming mode longer.
18. Press the Enter button to save the setting. Note: To cancel a change, press the Escape button instead of the Enter button to exit without saving.
19. Press the Escape button to exit.

Disable Priming Feature on the Pump
When the IntelliFlo® pump is connected to an automation control system, (IntelliTouch, EasyTouch or SunTouch), the priming feature on the pump cannot be disabled by the external automation control system only. If priming is enabled on start-up, the IntelliFlo® responds to its internal settings before responding to commands from an automation control system. If the IntelliFlo® pump is connected to an automation control system and priming is not desired, disable the priming feature on both the pump and the automation control system.

To disable priming with an automation control system:
1. Disable the priming feature on the automation control system at the load center or using an IntelliTouch or EasyTouch remote. (Refer to the automation control system user’s guide for additional information).
2. Temporarily disconnect the RS-485 communication cable.
3. Open the LCD screen lid to disable priming on the pump. Press the MENU button, use the arrow buttons to scroll and select “Priming”, then select “Disabled” (the factory default is set to “Enabled”). Press Escape to exit the menu.
4. Once priming is disabled, reinstall the RS-485 communication cable.

To disable priming

Anti Freeze
This feature allows you to set a speed (450 RPM -3450 RPM) that will run when the pump goes into anti freeze mode. The temperature level that you wish anti freeze mode to start can also be set.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This feature is for protection of the pump. Do not depend on the antifreeze feature for freeze protection of the pool. Certain situations could cause the pump to sense a different temperature than actual air temperature. Your automation systems air temperature sensor should be used to sense actual temperature. For example, if the pump is located indoors, the temperature of the room does not indicate the outdoor temperature. The pump does not sense the water temperature.

To access the AntiFreeze menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button. “Settings” is displayed.
3. Use the Down arrow button to scroll to “AntiFreeze”.
4. Press the Select button. The factory default is AntiFreeze “Enabled“.
5. To disable AntiFreeze. Press the Select button, “Enabled” will highlight.
6. Use the Up arrow button. “Disabled” is displayed.
7. Press the Enter button.
To program AntiFreeze when enabled:
8. Press the Down arrow button.“Set Speed” is displayed. The factory default is 1000 RPM.
9. Press the Select button to change the setting. The cursor will highlight the rst column (ones).
10. Use the Up or Down arrow button to select 450 – 3450 RPM.
11. Press the Enter button to save the setting.
12. Press the Down arrow button. “Pump Temperature” is displayed. This is the temperature the pump will activate AntiFreeze. The factory default is 40° F (4.4° C).
13. Press the Select button to change the setting. The cursor will highlight the rst column (ones).This setting can be changed from 40° F to 50° F (4.4° C – 10° C).
14. Press the Enter button to save the setting. Note: To cancel any changes, press the Escape button to exit without saving.
15. Press the Escape button to exit.

Priming the pump for the fi rst time, or after service
The IntelliFlo® must be primed before starting the pump for the rst time. To prime a pump means lling the pump and suction pipe with water. This process evacuates the air from all the suction lines and the pump. It may take several minutes to prime depending on the depth of water, pipe size and length. It is easier to prime a pump if you allow all the air to escape from the pump and pipes. The water cannot enter unless the air can escape. Pumps do not hold prime, the pool piping system has that task.

CAUTION – To avoid permanent damage to the IntelliFlo® pump, before starting the pump, fi ll the IntelliFlo® housing strainer with water so that the pump will prime correctly. If there is no water in the strainer the pump will not prime.
• Do not allow the pump to run dry. Running the pump dry may damage the seals, causing leakage and fl ooding.
• Do not add chemicals to the system directly in front of pump suction. Adding undiluted chemicals may damage the pump and will void the warranty.
• Open gate valves before starting system.
• Be sure to release all air from fi lter and piping system.
• The IntelliFlo® pump is a variable speed pump. Typically the lower speeds are used for fi ltration and heating. The higher speeds can be used for spa jets, water features, and priming.

CAUTION – Before starting this procedure, fi rst read the following:

Before removing the pump lid:
1. Press the Stop button if the pump is running before proceeding.
2. Disconnect the communication cable from the pump.
3. Disconnect main power supply
4. Close the gate valves in suction and discharge pipes.
5. Release all pressure from pump and piping system.
6. Never tighten or loosen the clamp while the pump is operating.

Top view

WARNING – If the pump is being pressure tested, release all pressure before removing trap cover. Do not block the pump suction while the pump is running. If a body part blocks the pump suction it may cause severe or fatal injury. Small children using the pool must ALWAYS have close adult supervision.

WARNING : FIRE and BURN HAZARD – The pump motor may run at a high temperatures. To reduce the risk of fi re, do not allow leaves, debris, or foreign matter to collect around the pump motor. To avoid burns when handling the motor, shut off the motor and allow it to cool for 20 minutes before trying to work on it. The IntelliFlo® provides an automatic internal cutoff switch to protect the motor from heat damage during operation.

Priming the Pump
NOTICE: If you replace the o-ring with a non-lubricated o-ring, you may need to apply a silicone based lubricant.
• Clean and inspect o-ring; reinstall on trap cover.
• Replace trap cover on trap; turn clockwise to tighten cover.

NOTICE: Tighten the pump lid by hand only (no wrenches).
Priming time will depend on vertical length of suction lift and horizontal length of suction piping. If pump does not prime, be sure that all valves are open, suction pipe end is under water, pump suction is below water level, and that there are no leaks in suction pipe.

To prime the IntelliFlo® pump:
1. Turn the pump clamp and lid in a counter-clockwise direction until it stops and remove them.
2. Fill the pump strainer pot with water.
3. Check the system and ensure water has an open path for free system ow.
4. Reinstall the pump clamp and lid onto the strainer pot. The pump is now ready to prime.
5. Be sure all electrical connections are clean and tight.
6. Open the air release valve on the lter, and stand clear of the lter.
7. Switch the pump on at the circuit breaker. Ensure that the green power light is on.
8. Press the Speed 1 button to select the pump speed of 750 RPM.
9. Press the Start button to start the pump. Use the Up/Down button to increase the speed as necessary to prime the pump.
10. When water comes out of the air release valve, close the valve. The system should now be circulating water back to the pool without air bubbles showing in either the hair and lint pot or at the pool return ttings.
11. Use the Up/Down button to adjust the operating speed as desired.

Top view

External Control with IntelliComm® Communication Center
The IntelliFlo® pump can be remotely controlled by the Pentair Water Pool and Spa IntelliComm Communication Center using the RS-485 communications cable. The IntelliComm provides four pairs of input terminal connections. These inputs are actuated by either 15 – 240 VAC or 15 – 100 VDC. Using the device’s inputs, the programmed IntelliFlo® pump speeds can be controlled.

Note: For the IntelliFlo® pump to accept commands from IntelliComm, the pump must be in the “Running Schedules” mode (LED above the Start/Stop button lit).
If more than one input is active the highest number will be communicated to the IntelliFlo® pump.

The IntelliComm will always communicate to pump using ADDRESS #1.
Program number priority is as follows: Example: If programs 1 and 2 are activated, program 2 will run, regardless of the assigned speed (RPM). The higher program number (2 being higher) will always take priority. The following table shows the wiring terminal descriptions for IntelliComm.

External Control

IntelliComm Communication Center

External Control

Connecting IntelliFlo® to EasyTouch® and IntelliTouch® System
The IntelliFlo® pump can be controlled by an EasyTouch or IntelliTouch automation system via the RS-485 communication cable. In this con guration, EasyTouch/IntelliTouch starts, stops and controls the speed of the IntelliFlo® pump. When the EasyTouch/IntelliTouch does this, it rewrites the IntelliFlo® pump memory, which can take several seconds. This causes a delay after a command is given on the EasyTouch/IntelliTouch control panel until the IntelliFlo® pump physically responds.

The IntelliFlo® pump control panel is disabled when communicating with the EasyTouch/IntelliTouch system. Note that EasyTouch/IntelliTouch will not start communicating with the IntelliFlo® pump until the pump is assigned to a circuit. The IntelliFlo® pump default pump address is one which is the only address that works with EasyTouch. See page 9 for details about how to check the pump address and change if necessary. For more information, refer to the EasyTouch User’s Guide (P/N 520584). To connect the IntelliFlo® pump communication cable to EasyTouch or IntelliTouch load center:

1. CAUTION – Switch the main power off to the EasyTouch load center.
2. Unlatch the two enclosure door spring latch, and open the door.
3. Remove the two retaining screws securing the high voltage cover panel, and remove it from the enclosure.
4. Loosen the two access screws securing the control panel.
5. Lower down the hinged control panel to access the EasyTouch or IntelliTouch circuit board.
6. Route the communication cable into the plastic grommet (located on the lower left side of the load center), up through the low voltage raceway to the EasyTouch or IntelliTouch circuit board.

EasyTouch Load Center

7. Strip back the cable conductors 6 mm (1/4”). Insert the two wires into the COM port screw terminals on the EasyTouch/IntelliTouch circuit board. Secure the wires with the screws.

8. EasyTouch COM port (J20): Connect the GREEN (#2) and YELLOW (#3) wires to the
COM port screw terminals (#2 and #3). Be sure to match the color coding of the wires; YELLOW to YELLOW and GREEN to GREEN. The Red wire is not connected. Secure the wires with the screws.

IntelliTouch COM port (J7/8): Connect the GREEN (#2) and YELLOW (#3) wires to the
COM port (J20) screw terminals (#2 and #3). Be sure to match the color coding of the wires; YELLOW to YELLOW and GREEN to GREEN. The Red wire is not connected. Secure the wires with the screws.

Note: Multiple wires may be inserted into a single screw terminal.

EasyTouch Circuit Board

IntelliTouch Circuit Board

9. Close the control panel into its original position and secure it with the two screws.
10. Install the high voltage cover panel and secure it with the two retaining screws.
11. Close the load center front door. Fasten the spring latch.
12. Switch the power on to the load center.

Connecting the IntelliFlo® pump to a SunTouch® System
The IntelliFlo® pump can be controlled by a SunTouch system via the RS-485 communication cable.

WARNING – Switch OFF main system power to the SunTouch Power Center before making any connections.

To connect the IntelliFlo® pump two wire RS-485 communication cable to the SunTouch circuit board:

1. Unlatch the front door of the SunTouch power center, and open the door.
2. Loosen the retaining screw on front panel. Open the hinged front panel to access the electronics compartment.
3. Route the two conductor cable up through the power center grommet opening located on the left side, and up through the low voltage raceway to the motherboard.
4. Strip back the cable conductors 6 mm (1/4”). Insert the wires into the screw terminals (provided). Secure the wires with the screws. Be sure to match the color coding of the wires; YELLOW to YELLOW and GREEN to GREEN.
5. Insert the connector on the COMPORT (J11) screw terminal on the SunTouch circuit board.
6. Close the control panel and secure it with the retaining screw.
7. Close the front door. Fasten the spring latch.

Connecting the IntelliFlo

The following information describes how to service and maintain the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump.

Pump Strainer Basket
The strainer, sometimes referred to as the “Hair and Lint Pot,” is in front of the of the pump. Inside there is a basket which must be kept clean of leaves and debris at all times. View the basket through the top see through lid to inspect for leaves and debris.

Regardless of the length of time between lter cleaning, it is most important to visually inspect the hair and lint pot basket at least once a week. A dirty basket will reduce the ef ciency of the lter and possibly the heater.

WARNING — DO NOT open the strainer pot if pump fails to prime or if pump has been operating without water in the strainer pot. Pumps operated in these circumstances may experience a build up of vapor pressure and may contain scalding hot water. Opening the pump may cause serious personal injury. In order to avoid the possibility of personal injury, make sure the suction and discharge valves are open and that the strainer pot is cool to the touch, then open with extreme caution.

CAUTION — To prevent damage to the pump and fi lter and for proper operation of the system, clean pump strainer and skimmer baskets regularly.

Pump Strainer Basket Service

If the IntelliFlo® pump is installed below the water level of the pool, close the return and suction lines before opening the hair and lint pot on the pump.
1. Press the Stop button to stop the pump and switch off the pump at the circuit breaker.
2. Disconnect the communication cable from the IntelliFlo® pump.
3. Relieve pressure in the system.
4. Turn the clamp and lid in a counter-clockwise direction until it stops.
5. Remove the clamp and lid.
6. Remove the basket and put the debris into the trash and rinse out the basket. If the basket is cracked, replace the basket.
7. Replace the basket and ll the pump pot and volute with water up to the inlet port.
8. Clean the cover, o-ring, and sealing surface of the pump pot. Grease the o-ring with a silicone based lubricant.
9. Reinstall the lid by placing the clamp and the lid on the pot.

Pump Strainer Basket Service

10. Be sure that the lid o-ring is properly placed. Seat the clamp and lid then turn clockwise until the
handles are horizontal as shown.
11. Reconnect the communication cable to the pump if required.
12. Switch the power ON at the circuit breaker. Reset the pool time clock to the correct time.

WARNING – FILTER OPERATES UNDER HIGH PRESSURE. WHEN ANY PART OF THE CIRCULATING SYSTEM (e.g., LOCK RING, PUMP, FILTER, VALVES, ETC.) IS SERVICED, AIR CAN ENTER THE SYSTEM AND BECOME PRESSURIZED. PRESSURIZED AIR CAN CAUSE THE LID TO BLOW OFF WHICH CAN RESULT IN SEVERE INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. TO AVOID THIS POTENTIAL HAZARD, FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

13. Open the manual air relief valve on top of the lter.
14. Stand clear of the lter. Press the Start button on the pump.
15. Bleed air from the lter until a steady stream of water comes out.
16. Close the manual air relief valve.

Motor Service
1. Protect from heat:
• Shade the motor and controller from the sun.
• Any enclosure must be well ventilated to prevent overheating. Particular attention should be paid to the motor fan cover and the cooling ns between the drive and the motor.
• Provide ample cross ventilation.
2. Protect against dirt:
• Protect from any foreign matter or splashing water.
• Do not store (or spill) pool chemicals near the motor.
• Avoid sweeping or stirring up dust near the motor while it is operating.
• If a motor has been damaged by dirt it voids the motor warranty.
3. Protect against moisture:
• Protect from splashing pool water.
• Protect from the weather.
• Protect from lawn sprinklers.
• If a motor has become wet, let it dry before operating. Do not allow the pump to operate if it has been ooded.
• If a motor has been damaged by water it voids the motor warranty.

Note: Do not wrap motor and controller with plastic or other air tight materials during winter storage. The motor and controller may be covered during a storm, winter storage, etc., but never when operating or expecting operation.

Winterizing
To protect the IntelliFlo® pump electronics from damage due to freezing conditions, the pump will switch itself on to generate internal heat when the air temperature drops below 4.4° C (40° F). The IntelliFlo® pump “Anti Freeze” feature is not intended to protect the system plumbing from freezing.

The Anti Freeze temperature feature is adjustable and can be changed from 4.4° – 10° C (40° – 50° F).See page 10 for more information.
1. If the air temperature drops below 4.4° C (40° F) the water in the pump can freeze and cause damage. Freeze damage is not warrantable.
2. To prevent freeze damage follow the procedures listed below.
• Shut off electrical power for the pump at the circuit breaker.
• Drain the water out of the pump by removing the two thumb-twist drain plugs located at the bottom of the volute. Store the plugs in the pump basket.
• Cover the motor to protect it from severe rain, snow and ice.
• Do not wrap the motor in plastic. It will cause condensation and rust on the inside of the motor.

Note: In mild climate areas, when temporary freezing conditions may occur, run your ltering equipment all night to prevent freezing.

Priming the pump after service
Before a system start-up, the pump and system must be manually primed. Be sure to reopen valves before operating. To prime IntelliFlo® pump, the strainer pot must be lled with water.

CAUTION – DO NOT run the pump dry. If the pump is run dry, the mechanical seal will be damaged and the pump will start leaking. If this occurs, the damaged seal must be replaced. ALWAYS maintain proper water level in your pool. Continued operation in this manner could cause a loss of pressure, resulting in damage to the pump case, impeller and seal.

For instructions about how to prime the IntelliFlo® pump, refer to “Priming the pump for the rst time or after service”

Installation and Removal
The following information describes how to install the IntelliFlo® pump.
Installing the IntelliFlo® Pump Only a quali ed service person should install the IntelliFlo® pump. Refer to “Important Warning And Safety Instructions” on pages iii to vii for additional installation guidance and safety information.

IntelliFlo® Pump Kit Contents
IntelliFlo® Variable Speed pump, FWC cover, gasket, screws, communication cable, and the Installation and User’s Guide (this manual).

Location
1. Install the pump as close to the pool or spa as possible. To reduce friction loss and improve ef ciency,
use short and direct suction and piping returns.
2. Install a minimum of 5 feet (1.52 meters) from the inside wall of the pool and spa. Canadian installations require a minimum of 9.8 feet (3 meters) from pool water.
3. Install the pump a minimum of 3 feet (0.9 meters) from the heater outlet.
4. Do not install the pump more than 10 feet (3 meters) above the water level or 3 feet (0.91 meters) below water level.
5. Install the pump in a sheltered well ventilated location protected from excessive moisture, (i.e., rain, sprinklers, etc.).
6. For hot tubs and spas, do not install within an outer enclosure or beneath the skirt of a hot tub or spa.
7. Install the pump with a rear clearance of at least 3 inches (76.2 mm) so that the motor can be removed easily for maintenance and repair.

Piping
• For improved pool plumbing, it is recommended to use a larger pipe size. When installing the inlet and outlet ttings (male adaptors), use thread sealant.
• Do not install 90° elbows directly into pump inlet or outlet. A valve, elbow or tee installed in the suction line should be no closer to the front of the pump than ve times the suction line pipe diameter (i.e., 2 inch (5.1 cm) pipe requires a 10 inch (254 mm) straight run in front of the suction inlet of the pump). This will help the pump prime faster and last longer.
• Flooded suction systems should have gate valves installed on suction and discharge pipes for maintenance, however, the suction gate valve should be no closer than ve times the suction pipe diameter as described above.

Electrical
• A means for disconnection must be incorporated in the xed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
• The pump is to be supplied through a residual current device (RCD) having a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30mA.

Wiring the IntelliFlo® Pump
To connect the IntelliFlo® pump to an AC power source:
1. Be sure all electrical breakers and switches are turned off before wiring motor.
2. Be sure that the wiring voltage is 230 VAC ± 10%.
3. Use #12 AWG for wire runs up to 100 feet (30.5 meters) and #10 AWG for lengths longer than
100 feet (30.5 meters). When in doubt use a heavier gauge (larger diameter) wire. Heavier gauge
will allow the motor to run cooler and more ef cient.
4. Be sure all electrical connections are clean and tight.
5. Cut the wires to the appropriate length so they do not overlap or touch when connected.
6. Permanently ground the motor using the green ground wire, as shown below. Use the correct wire size and type speci ed by National Electrical Code. Be sure the ground wire is connected to an electrical service ground.
7. Bond the motor to the pool structure in accordance with the National Electrical Code. Use a solid copper bonding conductor not smaller than 8 AWG. Run a wire from the external bonding lug to the pool bonding structure, as shown below.
8. Connect the wire from the accessible bonding lug on the motor to all metal parts of the swimming pool, spa, or hot tub structure and to all electrical equipment, metal conduit, and metal piping within 5 feet of the inside walls of the swimming pool, spa, or hot tub. For Canada, a 6 AWG or larger solid copper bonding conductor is required.
9. The pump should be permanently connected to either a circuit breaker, 2-pole timer or 2-pole relay. If AC power is supplied by a GFCI circuit breaker, use a dedicated circuit breaker that has no other electrical loads.
10. IMPORTANT: When connecting the pump to an automation system (IntelliTouch, EasyTouch, SunTouch and IntelliComm), continuous power must be supplied to the pump by connecting it directly to the circuit breaker. When using an automation system, be sure that no other lights or appliances are on the same circuit.

NOTE: When the IntelliFlo® is started and stopped by removing power with a relay or timer, a two-pole device should be used to apply and remove power to both POWER LINE TERMINALS.

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Pentair offers 2-Pole 20 Amp GFCI breakers (P/N PA220GF) which offer 6 milliamp personnel protection while meeting NEC 2008 Standards for Pool Pumps.

Pump Disassembly

WARNING — Always disconnect power to the pool pump at the circuit breaker and disconnect the communication cable before servicing the pump. Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury to serviceman, pool users or others due to electric shock. Read all servicing instructions before working on the pump.

WARNING — DO NOT open the strainer pot if pump fails to prime or if pump has been operating without water in the strainer pot. Pumps operated in these circumstances may experience a build up of vapor pressure and may contain scalding hot water. Opening the pump may cause serious personal injury. In order to avoid the possibility of personal injury, make sure the suction and discharge valves are open and strainer pot temperature is cool to touch, then open with extreme caution.

CAUTION — Be sure not to scratch or mar the polished shaft seal faces; seal will leak if faces are damaged.

All moving parts are located in the rear subassembly of the IntelliFlo® pump.
Tools required:
• 3/32 inch Allen head wrench
• Two (2) 9/16 inch open end wrenches
• 1/4 inch at blade No. 2 or 3 Phillips head screwdriver
• Adjustable wrench

To remove and repair the pump mechanical seal, perform the following procedures:
1. Switch off the pump circuit breaker at the main panel.
2. Disconnect the RS-485 communication cable from the pump (if connected to pump).
3. Drain the pump by removing the drain plugs. No tools required.
4. Use the 9/16 inch wrenches to remove the six bolts that hold the housing (strainer pot/volute) to the rear subassembly.
5. Gently pull the two pump halves apart, removing the rear subassembly.
6. Use a 3/32 inch Allen head wrench to loosen the two holding screws located on the diffuser.
7. Hold the impeller securely in place and remove the impeller lock screw by using a Phillips head screwdriver. The screw is a left-handed thread and loosens in a clockwise direction.
8. Use a at blade screwdriver to hold the motor shaft. The motor shaft has a slot on the end which is accessible through the center of the fan cover.
Note: An adjustable wrench may be used to hold the screwdriver shaft in place. Use locking pliers instead if your screwdriver has a round shaft.
9. To unscrew the impeller from the shaft, twist the impeller counterclockwise.
10. If the seal needs replacing, remove the white-colored, rotating portion of the mechanical seal from the impeller.
11. Remove the four bolts from the seal plate to the motor, using a 9/16 inch wrench.
12. Place the seal plate face down on a at surface and tap out the carbon spring seat.
13. Clean the seal plate, seal bore, and the motor shaft.

Pump Disassembly

Pump Disassembly

Shaft Seal Replacement
The Shaft Seal consists primarily of two parts, a rotating member and a ceramic seal. The pump requires little or no service other than reasonable care, however, a shaft seal may occasionally become damaged and must be replaced. Note: The polished and lapped faces of the seal could be damaged if not handled with care.

Pump Reassembly/Seal Replacement
1. When installing the replacement shaft seal, use silicone sealant on the metal portion before pressing into the seal plate as shown. Note: Use extreme care when applying sealant. Ensure that no sealant contacts the seal plate surface or the ceramic seal. Allow sealant to cure overnight before reassembling.
2. Before installing the rotating portion of the seal into the impeller, be sure the impeller is clean. Use a light density soap and water to lubricate the inside of the seal. Press the seal into the impeller with your thumbs and wipe off the ceramic and carbon faces with a clean cloth.
3. Remount the seal plate to the motor.
4. Grease the motor shaft thread and screw impeller onto the motor shaft.
5. Screw in the impeller lock screw (counterclockwise to tighten).
6. Remount the diffuser onto the seal plate. Be sure the plastic pins and holding screw inserts are aligned.
7. Grease the diffuser o-ring and seal plate gasket prior to reassembly.
8. Assemble the motor subassembly to the pump housing by using the two (2) through bolts for proper alignment. Do not tighten the through bolts until all six (6) bolts are in place and nger tightened.
9. Fill the pump with water.
10. Reinstall the pump lid and plastic clamp. See “Pump Strainer Basket Service” on page 27 for details
11. Reconnect the RS-485 communication cable to the pump.
12. Prime the pump, see page 17 and 22.

Drive Assembly Removal and Installation

WARNING – To avoid dangerous or fatal electrical shock hazard, switch OFF power to motor before working on pump or motor.

CAUTION – To avoid electrical hazard, do not remove the four tamper proof bits from the motor assembly.

To remove the IntelliFlo® drive and control panel from the motor assembly:
1. Be sure all electrical breakers and switches are turned off before removing the drive.
2. Disconnect the RS-485 communication cable from the pump.
3. Open the control panel cover.
4. Remove the three Phillips head screws securing the drive to the motor assembly as shown.
5. Lift up the drive assembly and remove it from the motor adapter located on top of the motor assembly.
Note: Be careful not to remove the gasket between the drive and motor, it is critical in keeping moisture out of the drive and motor. Replace the gasket if damaged. Do not reassemble with a damaged or missing gasket.
To install the IntelliFlo® drive assembly onto the motor assembly:
1. Be sure all electrical breakers and switches are turned off before installing the drive.
2. Be sure that the gasket between the drive and motor is in place. It is critical in keeping moisture
out of the drive and motor. Replace the gasket if damaged. Do not reassemble with a damaged or missing gasket.
3. Verify that the three (3) orange motor post caps are in position before placing the drive on the motor assembly.
4. Align the drive assembly with the motor adapter and seat the drive on the motor assembly.
5. Secure and tighten the drive assembly with the three Phillips head screws.

Variable Speed Pump Installation

Troubleshooting
CAUTION – Before installing this product, read and follow all warning notices and instructions on page iii – vii.

Alerts and Warnings
The IntelliFlo® pump displays all alarms and warnings on the control panel display. When an alarm or warning condition exists, the corresponding LED will be lit on the display. All control panel buttons are disabled until the alarm or warning is acknowledged with the Enter button. Press the Reset button to clear the alarm once the fault condition has been resolved. Note: The IntelliFlo® pump will not start
if the impeller is rotating. The alerts and warnings are:
• Power out failure: The incoming supply voltage is less than 170 VAC. The drive faults to protect itself from over current. The drive contains capacitors that keep it powered up long enough to save the current run parameters. If power is restored during this process, approximately 20 seconds, the drive will not restart until completed.
• Priming error: If the pump is not de ned as primed within the “Max Priming Time” it will stop and generate a “Priming Alarm” for 10 minutes, then attempt to prime again. The “Max Priming Time” is set by the user on the priming menu as discussed on page 18. If the IntelliFlo® cannot prime within ve attempts it will generate a permanent alarm that must be manually reset.
• Overheat alert: If the drive temperature gets above 54.4° C (130° F) the IntelliFlo® will slowly reduce speed until the over temperature condition clears.
• Anti-freezing: When active, the motor will run at the preset RPM until the drive temperature increases above the minimum. The pump’s internal antifreeze protection is disabled when connected to an automation system. Freeze protection is provided by selecting YES at the ON WITH FREEZE portion of the IntelliTouch’s appropriate circuit function menu. To re-enable the internal antifreeze protection, the power to the drive must be cycled off then back on.
• Over current: Indicated that the drive is overloaded or the motor has an electrical problem. The drive will restart 20 seconds after the over current condition clears.
• Over voltage: Indicates excessive supply voltage or an external water source is causing the pump and motor to rotate thereby generating an excessive voltage on the drives internal DC buss. The drive will restart 20 seconds after the over voltage condition clears.

General IntelliFlo® Troubleshooting Problems
Use the following general troubleshooting information to resolve possible problems with your IntelliFlo® pump.

Note: Turn off power to unit prior to attempting service or repair.

Replacement Parts
REPLACEMENT PARTS

IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Replacement Parts

Variable Speed Replacement Parts

Variable Speed Replacement Parts

Note: (*) Not serviceable parts.
357603 Union Kit: Includes two complete unions for one pump (not included
with the pump) 350601 Drive Control Cover Assy. Kit: Almond (contains drive Variable Speed, drive lid screws orange spacer caps) – (Items 22, 25 (Qty. 3), 26, 27 (Qty. 3) 350612 Hardware/gasket Assy. Kit: Contains 3 screws, 3 spacer caps and
drive gasket – (Items 25, 26, 27) 350122 – 50 ft. Communication Cable 357149 Almond Housing/Seal Plate Replacement Kit: Items 1, 7 (Qty 2), 19 (Qty 2), 20, 29, 30 ,31, 34, 35)

IntelliFlo® Pump Dimensions
Pump Dimensions

Pump Dimensions

Pump Dimensions

Pump Dimensions

IntelliFlo® Flow Pump Performance Curve

Flow Pump Performance Curve

IntelliFlo® Electrical Specifi cations
Circuit Protection: Two-pole 20 AMP device at the Electrical Panel.
Input: 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3200 Watts, 1 phase

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The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump can be programmed to run at specific speeds and time intervals for maximum operating efficiency and energy conservation for a variety of inground pools.

• The pump can operate from 450 RPM to 3450 RPM
with four preset speeds of 750, 1500, 2350 and 3110
RPM
• The pump can be adjusted from the control panel to run at any speed between 450 RPM to 3450 RPM for different applications
• Up to 8 programmable speeds
• Pump control panel alarm LED and error messages warn the user against under and over voltage, high temperature, over current and freezing
• Communicates with Pentair Automation Systems or Communication Center via a two-wire RS-485 cable connection
• Programmable priming mode with automatic detection of prime for easy start-up
• Compatible with most cleaning systems, filters, and jet action spas
• UL/CUL/NSF
• WEF Values
011028: WEF 6.1 THP 3.95
011059: WEF 7.5 THP 3.95
011060: WEF 6.9 THP 3.95

Drive Assembly and Control Panel
The IntelliFlo pump drive is designed to produce maximum motor operational efficiency. The drive controls the motor’s rotational speed by controlling the frequency of the supplied current. It also protects the motor and pump from operating outside of their intended operating parameters.

The control panel can be mounted on the pump in four different directions in order to provide the user the best access. The control panel can also be mounted in a more convenient location with the help of the keypad relocation kit (P/N 356904Z).

External Control
Pentair Automation Systems and Communication Centers can remotely control the IntelliFlo pump. The pump’s communications address and other functions are accessible from the pump’s control panel.
• RS-485 communication cable included
• IntelliComm® Communication Centers control one IntelliFlo pump using the 4 External Control programs.
• Refer to your automation system manual for further details on how to connect and use a Pentair Automation System with your variable speed pump(s).

Motor Features
• High-Efficiency Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM)
• Superior speed control
• Operates at lower temperatures due to high efficiency
• Designed to withstand outdoor environment
• Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled (TEFC) Motor
• 56 Square Flange
• Low noise

Drive Features
• Active Power Factor Correction
• UL 60730 Compliant
• Rotatable Keypad
• Easy Overhead Wiring
• High Drive Operational Efficiency

Drive Features

INSTALLATION

Only a qualified plumbing professional should install the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump. Refer to “Important Pump Warning And Safety Instructions” on pages ii – iii for additional installation and safety information.

Note: The IntelliFlo pump cannot be connected in series with other pumps.

Location
Note: Do not install this pump within an outer enclosure or
beneath the skirt of a hot tub or spa unless marked accordingly.
Note: Ensure that the pump is mechanically secured to the
equipment pad.
Be sure the pump location meets the following
requirements:
1. Install the pump as close to the pool or spa as possible.
To reduce friction loss and improve efficiency, use short,
direct suction piping returns.
2. Install a minimum of 5 feet (1.52 meters) from the inside
wall of the pool and spa. Canadian installations require a
minimum of 9.8 feet (3 meters) from pool water level.
3. Install the pump a minimum of 3 feet (.9 meters) from the
heater outlet.
4. Do not install the pump more than 10 feet (3.1 meters)
above the water level.
5. Install the pump in a well ventilated location protected
from excessive moisture (i.e., rain gutter downspouts,
sprinklers, etc.)
6. Install the pump with a rear clearance of at least 3 inches
(76.2 mm) so that the motor can be removed easily for
maintenance and repair. See Figure 1.

Piping
1. For improved pool plumbing, it is recommended to use a
larger pipe size. When installing the inlet and outlet fittings
(male adaptors), use thread sealant.
2. Piping on the suction side of the pump should be the same
or larger than the return line diameter.
3. Plumbing on the suction side of the pump should be as
short as possible.
4. For most installations Pentair recommends installing a valve
on both the pump suction and return lines so that the pump
can be isolated during routine maintenance. However, it is
recommended that a valve, elbow or tee installed in the
suction line should be no closer to the front of the pump than
five (5) times the suction line pipe diameter. See Figure 2.
Example:
A 2 inch pipe requires a 10 inch (254 mm) straight run in
front of the suction inlet of the pump). This will help the
pump prime faster and last longer.
Note: DO NOT install 90° elbows directly into the pump
inlet or outlet.
Electrical Requirements
• Install all equipment in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and all applicable local codes and ordinances.
• A means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed
wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.

Recommended Piping

Optional Keypad Relocation Kit
In special cases when the user lacks easy or convenient access to the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump, a Keypad Relocation Kit (P/N 356904Z [Almond] or P/N 356905Z [Black]) may be purchased from your local pool equipment supplier. This kit allows the user to remove the keypad cover from the top of the drive and mount the keypad in a fixed location with better access. For installation instructions refer to the Keypad Relocation Kit Installation Instructions provided with the kit

Fittings and Valves
1. Do not install 90° elbows directly into pump inlet.
2. Flooded suction systems should have gate valves installed on suction and discharge pipes for maintenance, however, the suction gate valve should be no closer than five times the suction pipe diameter as described in this section.
3. Use a check valve in the discharge line when using this pump for any application where there is significant height to the plumbing after the pump.
4. Be sure to install check valves when plumbing in parallel with another pump. This helps prevent reverse rotation of the impeller and motor.

Electrical Installation

RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION. This pump must be installed by a licensed or certified electrician or a qualified service professional in accordance with the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes and ordinances.

Improper installation will create an electrical hazard which could result in death or serious injury to users, installers, or others due to electrical shock, and may also cause damage to property. Always disconnect power to the pump at the circuit breaker before servicing the pump. Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury to service people, users or others due to electric shock.

Read all servicing instructions before working on the pump.

Note: ALWAYS reinstall the drive lid onto the field wiring compartment when leaving the pump unsupervised during servicing. This will prevent foreign matter (i.e. rainwater, dust, etc.) from accumulating in the drive.

Note: When connecting the pump to a Pentair Automation System, continuous power must be supplied to the pump by connecting it directly to the circuit breaker. When using an automation system, be sure that no other lights or appliances are on the same circuit.

Wiring
1. Be sure all electrical breakers and switches are turned
off before wiring motor.
2. Be sure that the supply voltage meets the requirements
listed on the motor nameplate. If these requirements
are not met, permanent motor damage may occur.
3. For wiring sizes and general guidelines for proper
electrical installation, please follow the specifications
defined in the National Electric Code and any local
codes as required.
4. Use strain relief and be sure all electrical connections
are clean and tight.
5. Cut the wires to the appropriate length so they do
not overlap or touch when connected.
6. Reinstall the keypad cover after wiring the pump
by plugging the cover back into the drive wiring
connection and re-seating the keypad cover in the
desired orientation with the four (4) corner screws.
Note: Ensure that the keypad cable is not pinched
between the drive and keypad cover during re-seating.

Field Wiring Compartment

Grounding
1. Permanently ground the motor using the green ground
screw, as shown below. Use the correct wire size and
type specified by National Electrical Code. Be sure
the ground wire is connected to an electrical service
ground.
2. The pump should be permanently connected to either
a circuit breaker, 2-pole timer or 2-pole relay.
Note: If AC power is supplied by a GFCI circuit breaker,
the pump should be wired on its own independent
circuit unless the pump is operated in tandem
with a Pentair salt chlorine generator.
Bonding
1. Bond the motor to the structure in accordance with the
National Electrical Code. Use a solid copper bonding
conductor not smaller than 8 AWG. For Canadian
installations, a 6 AWG or larger solid copper bonding
conductor is required. Run a wire from the external
bonding screw or lug to the bonding structure.
2. Connect the wire from the accessible bonding lug on
the motor to all metal parts of the swimming pool, spa,
or hot tub structure and to all electrical equipment,
metal conduit, and metal piping within 5 feet (1.52
meters) of the inside walls of the swimming pool,
spa, or hot tub. Run a wire from the external bonding
screw or lug to the bonding structure.

Note: When the pump is started and stopped by removing
power with a relay or timer, a two-pole device should
be used to apply and remove power to both POWER
LINE TERMINALS.

Pentair offers 2-Pole 20 Amp GFCI breakers (P/N
PA220GF) which offer personnel protection while
meeting 2008 to current NEC Standards for Pool
Pumps.

Connecting to an Automation System
All IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pumps are compatible with
Pentair Automation Systems.
An RS-485 communication cable is provided with the
pump and will be used to connect the pump to a Pentair
automation system.
Refer to the automation system manual for further
details on how to connect and use the system with
your variable speed pump.

NOTE: Speed 1 is the default filtration speed.
NOTE: When setting up the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump, the user must set the pump’s internal clock and establish an
operation schedule by following the steps in this manual. Please refer to user’s guide sections: ‘Set Time’ (page 9) and ‘Set
Speeds 1-8 in Schedule Mode’ (page 12) to schedule a time to run the pump.

This pump is shipped with Priming mode ENABLED. Unless the Priming settings are changed in the menu, be aware
that the pump will speed up to the maximum speed when the pump is powered on for the first time, and the
Start/Stop button is pressed. To change the maximum speed of the pump, refer to page 9.
Before turning the pump ON, be sure the following conditions are met:
1. Open filter air relief valve.
2. Open valves.
3. Pool return is completely open and clear of any blockages.
4. Water in the pump basket.
5. Stand clear of the filter or other pressurized vessels.

Priming the Pump
Prime the pump before starting the pump for the first
time. Remove the lid and fill the basket with water. The
pump basket must be filled with water before initial
start up or after servicing.

Follow the steps below to prime the pump for start up:
1. Press Start/Stop to stop the pump. Disconnect
the pump main power supply and communication
cable.
2. Close all valves in suction and discharge pipes.
Relieve all pressure from the system.
3. Remove the pump lid and locking ring.
4. Fill the pump strainer pot with water.
5. Reassemble the pump lid and locking ring onto the
strainer basket. The pump is now ready to prime.
6. Open all valves in suction and discharge pipes.
7. Open the filter air relief valve and stand clear of the
filter.
8. Connect power to the pump. Be sure green power
light is on.
9. Press Start/Stop to start the pump. The pump will
enter into priming mode (if enabled) and speed
up to the maximum speed set in the pump menu
settings.
10. When water comes out of the filter air relief valve,
close the valve. The system should now be free of
air and recirculating water to and from the pool.
11. Do not allow your pump to run longer than 30
minutes time without developing full flow. If the
pump does not prime, check your priming settings
on the control panel or see the “Troubleshooting”
section on pages 22-24.

Top View

Priming Features
The default priming setting is ENABLED.
The pump also allows you to set the following from
the operator control panel:
• Priming speed
• Priming range (1-10)
• Priming delay

Do not add chemicals to the system directly
in front of pump suction. Adding undiluted
chemicals may damage the pump and will void the warranty.
This is a variable speed pump. Typically the
lower speeds are used for filtration and
heating. The higher speeds can be used for spa jets,
water features, and priming.

DO NOT run the pump dry. If the pump is run dry, the mechanical seal will be damaged and the pump will start
leaking. If this occurs, the damaged seal must be replaced. ALWAYS maintain proper water level in your pool
(half way up skimmer opening). If the water level falls below the skimmer opening, the pump will draw air through the skimmer, losing
the prime and causing the pump to run dry, resulting in a damaged seal. Continued operation in this manner could cause a loss of
pressure, resulting in damage to the pump case, impeller and seal and may cause property and personal injury.

Using the Operator Control Panel
01
Control Panel

02

Control Panel 9 15

Note: Always close the keypad cover after using
the keypad.

Note: Using screwdrivers or pens to program the
pump will damage the keypad overlay. Use your
fingers only when programming the pump.

Stopping and Starting the Pump
Starting the Pump
1. Be sure the pump is powered on and the green
power LED is on.
2. Select one of the speed buttons, then press the
Start/Stop button (LED on) to start the pump. The
pump will go into priming mode if priming feature
is enabled.
Stopping the Pump
1. Press Start/Stop to stop the pump.
When servicing equipment (filters, heaters, chlorinators
etc.), disconnect the communication cable, and switch
OFF circuit breaker to remove power from the pump.
Note: The pump can automatically restart if the
communication cable is connected.

Adjusting and Saving a Pump Speed
1. While the pump is running, press the Up or Down
arrow to adjust to desired speed setting.
2. Press and hold down a Speed button (1-4) for three
(3) seconds to save speed to the button or press
Save to save the speed.

Operating the Pump at Preset Speeds
The pump is programmed with four default speeds of
750, 1500, 2350 and 3110 RPM. Speed buttons 1-4 are
for each of the preset speeds as shown below.
1. Be sure the pump is powered on and the green
power LED is on.
2. Press the Speed button (1- 4) corresponding to
the desired preset speed and release quickly. The
LED above the button will turn on.
3. Press Start/Stop. The pump will quickly change to
the selected preset speed.

Preset Speeds

Pump Operating Modes
The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump can be programmed
in three different modes:
Manual, Schedule, and Egg Timer.
Speeds 1-4 can be programmed in all three modes.
Speeds 5-8 can only be programmed in Schedule mode
since there are no buttons on the control panel for Speeds
5-8. The default setting for Speeds 5-8 is “Disabled”.

Speed Menu Tree Options

Manual
Assigns a speed to one of the four Speed buttons
on the control panel. This mode can only be used for
speeds 1-4.
To operate in Manual mode, press one of the four
speed buttons and then press the Start/Stop button.
The pump will run the assigned speed for that speed
button.
Egg Timer
Speeds 1-4 can be programmed to run at a certain
speed and for a duration of time once a speed button
is pressed.
Speeds 3 and 4 are Egg Timers by default. This
prevents the pump from running at a speed higher than
half of the maximum speed indefinitely. If you desire a
different method of operation, speeds 3 and 4 can be
changed to Manual mode in the control menu.
To operate in Egg Timer mode, press a speed
button and then press Start/Stop. The pump will run
that speed for the set amount of time and then turn
off.
Schedule
Program speeds 1-8 start and stop at a specific time
during a 24 hour period. Speeds programmed in
Schedule mode will override any manually selected
speed (speeds set by manually pressing any of the
speed buttons on the control panel).

Operator Control Panel: Pump Menu Guide

Set Date and Time
The time controls all scheduled times, functions, and
programmed cycles and stores the correct time for up
to 96 hours after power is turned off. Reset if the power
is off longer than 96 hours.
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Press Select to select “Settings”.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Date and
Time” and press Select.
5. Press Select again and use Up or Down arrows to
set the date.
6. Press Save to save user input and return to “Date
and Time.”
7. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Time” and
press Select.
8. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to set the time.
Note: To set AM/PM or a 24 hour clock see the next
section “Set AM/PM or 24 Hour Clock.”
9. Press Save to save. To cancel any changes, press
Back to exit without saving.
10. Press Back to exit

Set AM/PM or 24 Hour Clock
To change the time from a 12 hour clock (AM/PM) to a
24 hour clock:
1. Press Menu.
2. Press Select to select “Settings”.
3. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Date and
Time” and press Select.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “AM/PM”
and press Select.
5. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to choose
between 24 hr. and AM/PM.
6. Press Save to save. To cancel any changes, press
Back to exit without saving.
7. Press Back to exit.

Set Minimum Speed (RPM)
The minimum pump speed can be set from 450 RPM
to 1700 RPM. The default setting is 450 RPM.
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Press Select to select “Settings”.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Min/Max”.
5. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Set Min Spd”.
6. Press Select to change the setting. The cursor will
appear in the first number column (ones).

7. Press the Up or Down arrows to change the minimum
speed setting from 450 to 1700 RPM.
8. Press Save to save. To cancel, press Back to exit
edit mode without saving.
9. Press Back to exit.

Set Maximum Speed (RPM)
The maximum speed can be set from 1900 RPM to
3450 RPM (default is 3450). Use this setting to set the
maximum running speed of the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed
Pump.
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Press Select to select “Settings”.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Min/Max”.
5. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Set Max Spd”.
6. Press Select to change. The cursor will appear in
the first number column (ones).
7. Press Up or Down arrows to change the maximum
speed setting from 1900 to 3450 RPM.
8. Press Save to save. Press Back to exit. To cancel,
press the Back to exit without saving.

Pump Address
Use this setting if your pump is connected via the RS-485
COM port to a Pentair automation system.
The default pump address is #1 and only needs to be
changed when there is more than one pump on an
automation system. When multiple pumps are on the
same system, you may change each pump’s address to
allow the automation system to send a command to the
correct pump. The pump address can be set from 1-16.
Refer to the automation system manual for further
details on how to connect and use an automation
system with your variable speed pump.
1. Be sure the green power LED is on and the pump
is stopped.
2. Press Menu.
3. Press Select to select “Settings”.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Device”
and press Select.
5. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Pump
Address” and press Select.

Pump Menu: Settings

Pump Address (cont.)
6. Press Up or Down arrows to change the address
number from 1-16.
7. Press Save to save. To cancel any changes, press
Back to exit without saving.
8. Press Back to exit.

Set Screen Contrast
The default setting for the LCD screen is 3. Screen
contrast levels can be adjusted from 0 to 7 units for low
or high lighting conditions.
Note: Changes to the contrast setting do not update
instantaneously. Changes to this setting must be
saved before the contrast level changes.
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Press Select to select “Settings”.
4. Use the Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Device”
and press Select.
5. Use the Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Contrast
Level.”
6. Press Select. Screen will show current contrast
setting number. Use Up or Down to change
number.
7. Press Save to save. To cancel any changes, press
Back to exit without saving.
8. Press the Back button to exit.

Set Control Panel Language
To access the language menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu and press Select to select “Settings”.
3. Use the Up or Down arrows and scroll to “Device”
and press Select.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Select
Language and press Select.
5. Use the Up or Down arrows to choose the desired
language.
6. Press Save to select the control panel language. To
cancel any changes, press Back to exit without saving.
7. Press Back to exit.

Set Temperature Unit
The default setting is Fahrenheit (°F). The pump can be
set to either Celsius (°C) or Fahrenheit (°F).
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Press Select to select “Settings”.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Device”
menu item. Press Select.
5. Use Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Temperature
Units” and press Select.
6. Use Up or Down arrows to choose Celsius (°C) or
Fahrenheit (°F).
7. Press Save to save. To cancel any changes, press
Back to exit without saving.
8. Press Back to exit.

Password Protection
The default setting for password protection is disabled.
When this feature is enabled, the pump display will
prompt for the password before allowing access to the
control panel and buttons.
The entered password is any combination of four (4)
digits.
• The pump can always be stopped by pressing Start/
Stop, even when password protection is enabled.
• Password protection cannot be turned back on with
Start/Stop while running in manual mode.
• Pressing Start/Stop when the pump is off will return
it back to the Running Cycles Mode and run at
the next scheduled run time. If the present time is
within the scheduled run time, the pump will run the
scheduled speed.
• All functions including programming are disabled in
Password Protection Mode.
• Screen will read “Enter Password” if any button other
than the Start/Stop button is pressed
• Key icon displayed in the upper left side of the
screen when Password Protection is on.

Password

Setting Password
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu. Press Select to select “Settings”.
3. Use the Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Device”.
4. Press Select.
5. Press Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Password”. The
default setting is “Disabled”.
6. Press Select.
7. Press Up or Down arrow to change the setting to
“Enabled”. Press Save to save.
8. Press the Down arrow. “Password Timeout” will be
displayed. The factory default time is 1 minute. This
means the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump will go
into Password Protection mode 1 minute after the
last control panel key is pressed.
9. Press Select to change time setting from 1 minute
to 6 hours and press Save to save.
10. Press the Down arrow and then press Select on
“Enter Password” to change the setting.
11. Press the Left or Right arrows to move cursor and
press the Up or Down arrow to change the password
number to desired setting.
12. Press Save to save. To cancel any changes, press
Back to exit without saving.

Entering Password
1. Press any button (besides the speed button) to prompt
the screen for a password.
2. To enter password, use the Left and Right arrows to
move the cursor and the Up and Down arrow button
to scroll through the digit then press Save to confirm.

Operating Modes

The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump can be programmed
in three different modes:
Manual, Schedule, and Egg Timer. Speeds 1-4 can
be programmed in all three modes. Speeds 5-8 can
only be programmed in Schedule mode since there are
no buttons on the control panel for Speeds 5-8. The
default setting for Speeds 5-8 is “Disabled”.

Speed Menu Tree Options

Manual
Assigns a speed to one of the four Speed buttons
on the control panel. This mode can only be used for
speeds 1-4.
To operate in Manual mode, press one of the four
speed buttons and then press the Start/Stop button.
The pump will run the assigned speed for that speed
button.

Egg Timer
Speeds 1-4 can be programmed to run at a certain
speed and for a duration of time once a speed button
is pressed.
Speeds 3 and 4 are Egg Timers by default. If you
desire a different method of operation, speeds 3 and 4
can be changed to Manual mode in the control menu.
To operate in Egg Timer mode, press a speed button
and then press Start/Stop. The pump will run that
speed for the set amount of time and then turn off.

Schedule
Program speeds 1-8 start and stop at a specific time
during a 24 hour period. Speeds programmed in
Schedule mode will override any manually selected
speed (speeds set by manually pressing any of the
speed buttons on the control panel).

Set Speeds in Manual Mode
(Speeds 1-4 Only)
1. Press Menu.
2. Use Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Speed 1-8”,
then press Select.
3. Use Up or Down arrows to find the speed (1-4) you
wish to program, then press Select.
4. Speeds 1-2 default setting is Manual. Speeds
3-4 default setting is Egg Timer. To set a speed in
Manual mode, press the Down arrow (“Set Speed”
will display) and press Select to change. Use the
Up or Down arrow to adjust speed.
5. Press Save to save the new speed setting.
Set Speeds in Egg-Timer Mode
(Speeds 1-4 Only)
1. Press Menu.
2. Use Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Speed 1-8”,
the press Select.
3. Use Up or Down arrow to find the speed (1-4) you
wish to program, then press Select.
4. Use the Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Egg-
Timer”, then press Select.
5. To set a speed in Egg-Timer mode, press the
Down arrow (“Set Speed” will display) and press
Select to change. Use the Up or Down arrow to
adjust speed.
6. Press Save to save the new speed setting.
7. Now press the Down arrow (“Set Time” will
display) and press Select to change. Use the Up
or Down arrows to adjust the time.
8. Press Save to save the new time setting.

Set Speeds 1-8 in Schedule Mode

Speeds in Egg-Timer

Set Speeds 1-8 in Schedule Mode
In Schedule mode, Speeds 1-8 can be programmed
to run a certain speed at a certain time of day. To run
a scheduled speed, press Start/Stop. The screen will
display “Running Schedules” when it is ready to run
a scheduled speed. If Start/Stop is pressed while a
scheduled speed is running, the pump will stop running
the scheduled speed. The pump will not continue to
run the scheduled speed until the Start/Stop button is
pressed again.
1. Press Menu.
2. Use Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Speed 1-8”,
then press Select.
3. Use Up or Down arrows and press Select for the
speed you wish to set and schedule.
4. Press Select (display will be highlighted) and scroll
to “Schedule”.
5. Press Save.
6. Press Down arrow (“Set Speed” will display) and
press Select to change. Use the Up or Down
arrow to adjust speed.
7. Press Save to save the new speed.
8. Press the Down arrow again, “Set Start Time” will
display. Press Select – the cursor will highlight the
minute column.
9. Use the Up or Down arrow to change the time
and the Left or Right arrow to move cursor from
minutes to hours.
10. Press Save to save the new start time setting.
11. Press Down arrow – “Set Stop Time” will display. Press
Select. Repeat Steps 8-9 to set stop time.
12. Press Save to save the new stop time setting.
13. Press Start/Stop.
The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump will prime and
begin to run the programmed schedule at the specified
start time.
When running in Schedule or Egg Timer mode, the
countdown time (T 00:01) showing the hours and
minutes remaining is displayed.

Set Speeds 1-8 in Schedule Mode (cont.)
Programming Schedule for Constant Run
A speed cannot be programmed with the same start
and stop times. To run a speed without stopping, set
the Start time one minute after the stop time.
Example: A single speed will run non stop if programmed
with a Start Time of 8:00 AM and a Stop time of 7:59 AM.

Schedule Mode

Note: The pump will not run the scheduled speeds until the
Start/Stop button is pressed (LED on) to place the pump in
Schedule mode.
Note: When two speeds are scheduled during the
same run time the pump will run the higher RPM Speed
regardless of Speed # in use.
Note: The most recent command, Manual or Schedule,
takes priority regardless of speed number RPM.

External Control
This function is for programming speeds that will run
when the automation control system sends it a command.
For example, Terminal 3 and 4 in the automation system
will correspond to External Control Program #1. (5 and
6 to Ext Ctrl #2).
The Stop Delay feature allows the user to program the
pump to run a Program Speed after the External Control
has been deactivated. This feature can be used to provide
a cooling down period for the pump after a trigger signal
from an installed heater has been deactivated. Each
individual Program Speed can have a Stop Delay of 1
to 10 minutes programmed.
Use the External Control feature to program the
IntelliComm system power center.
To access the External Control menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Use Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Ext. Ctrl.”.
4. Press Select. “Program 1” is displayed.
5. Press Select. “750 RPM’ is displayed.
6. Press Select. The “RPM” number will highlight.
7. Press Up or Down arrow to change the RPM
setting.
8. Press Save to save the setting.
Note: To cancel any changes, press the Back
button to exit without saving.
9. If you do not wish to program a Stop Delay,
continue to step 13. If you do wish to program a
Stop delay press Up or Down arrow to scroll to
“Stop Delay”.
10. Press Select to set Stop Delay.
11. Press Up or Down arrows to change the Stop
Delay setting. Stop Delay can be set from 0
minutes (disabled) to 10 minutes.
12. Press Save to save the setting.
Note: To cancel any changes, press the Back
button to exit without saving.
13. Press Back to return to set Program 2.
14. Use Up or Down arrow to scroll to “Program 2”.
15. Repeat Steps 5 through 13 to set Program 2, 3,
and 4.

Time Out
The Time Out feature keeps the pump from running it’s
programmed speeds for a set duration adjustable in the
menu. The Time Out feature is displayed in hours and
minutes (Hrs:Mins).
Once Time Out is finished, the pump will return to its
previous mode of operation, the Start/Stop LED will be lit
and ready to turn on at the next scheduled run time.
To access the Time Out menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Use Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Features”, then
press Select.
4. Press Select to choose “Timeout”.
5. Then press Select again to choose “Timeout Duration”.
6. Press Select to change the time. The cursor will
highlight the minutes column.
7. Press the Left arrow to move cursor to the hours
column. Time out can be set from 1 minute to 10
hours.
8. Press Save to save the setting.
Note: To cancel any changes, press Back to exit
without saving.
9. Press Back to exit the menu.

Quick Clean
Note: Quick Clean is the only high-speed override
feature of the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump.
This feature can be used to increase the pump speed for
vacuuming, cleaning, adding chemicals, after a storm for
extra skimming capability.
Press the Quick Clean button (LED on) and then
Start/Stop to start. When the Quick Clean cycle is over,
the pump will resume regular schedules and be in
“Running Schedule” mode.
To access the Quick Clean menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on and the
pump is stopped.
2. Press Menu.
3. Use Up or Down arrows to scroll to “Features”,
then press Select.
4. Press the Down arrow and press Select for
“Quick Clean”.
5. Press Select to choose “Set Speed”.
6. Press Select to highlight the “RPM” first (ones)
column and change the speed.
7. Use Up or Down arrows to change the speed.
8. Press Save to save the speed.

9. Press the Down arrow again, and press Select
for “Time Duration”.
10. Press Select to change the time. The cursor will
highlight the minutes column.
11. Use Up or Down arrows to change the time from
1 minute to 10 hours.
12. Press Save to save the time.
13. Press Back to exit the menu.

Priming

The default setting for Priming is ENABLED. This
setting allows the pump to automatically detect if it is
primed for startup.
The priming feature increases the pump speed to
1800 RPM and pauses for three (3) seconds. If there is
sufficient water flow in the pump basket, the pump will
go out of priming mode and run its commanded speed.
If the water flow is not sufficient, the pump speed will
increase to the “Max Speed” setting and remain for
the priming delay time (default 20 seconds). If there is
sufficient water flow in the pump basket at this time, it
will exit priming mode and transition to the commanded
speed.
If there is still insufficient flow in the pump basket, as
determined by the Priming Range setting, the pump will
try to prime at the “Priming Speed” for the amount of
time set in the “Maximum Priming Time” menu, unless
the set “Maximum Speed” is lower than the set “Priming
Speed”. Once the pump achieves prime, it will resume
normal operation after the preset priming delay.

Note: It is possible to set “Maximum Speed” too low
for the pump to properly prime. Maximum Speed
will limit Priming Speed, except in one case. If the
Maximum Speed is set below the lowest available
Priming Speed (2350 RPM) then the pump will exceed
the Maximum Speed while the priming feature is
running. This prevents the pump from having trouble
priming if the Maximum Speed is set this low. If this
is a problem, priming can be disabled in the Priming
Menu.

Display during priming

Priming Features
DISABLED/ENABLED
MAX PRIMING TIME
PRIMING RANGE
PRIMING DELAY
SET SPEED
Default: ENABLED
Allows IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump to automatically detect if pump if is primed for startup.
The pump will speed up to 1800 RPM and pause for three (3) seconds – if there is enough
water in the basket, the pump will go out of priming mode and run the commanded speed.
Default: 11 minutes
The maximum priming time can be set from 1 – 30 minutes. This setting is the amount of time
the pump will try to prime before it gives a priming error. If this occurs, fill the pump basket
with water and restart the pump.
Default: 20 seconds
Priming delay can be set from 1 second to 10 minutes.
If the pump does not have enough water after the automatic priming mode, the pump will
increase to the Maximum Speed (under “Pump Settings” on page 9) and run for 20 seconds
(or for the time set).
You may need to increase the priming delay to allow the system to stabilize before the pump
starts running speeds. If pump continues to show a priming error, increasing the priming delay
time might correct this issue.
Default: 5
Priming range can be set from 1-10. The smaller the range, the more water the pump has
to be moving to detect that it is primed. At larger ranges, the pump will detect that it is fully
primed while moving less water. If the range is set too high, then the pump may exit Priming
mode before it has fully primed. The range will automatically adjust with the priming set
speed because the flow rates of the pump will be lower at lower speeds.
Default: 3450 RPM
The priming speed can be set between 3450 RPM and 2350 RPM. If the pump is on an
equipment pad that is close to the water level, it will not need to run at 3450 RPM to successfully
prime. The setting can be lowered to prevent running at a higher speed than necessary.
Day to day factors (i.e. local ambient pressure, water/air temperatures, amount of water
retained from last system run) can effect priming performance. Because of the frequently
changing nature of these factors the priming speed should be set high enough to accommodate
environmental and mechanical changes to ensure that the pump can successfully prime.
Finding the most effective and efficient speed for your specific needs may take careful testin

Setting Priming Features
Note: Priming features are only accessible if priming
is “Enabled”.
1. Press Menu.
2. Use Down arrow to scroll to “Priming” and press
Select.
3. The factory default is set to priming “Enabled“. To
disable, press Select.
4. Press Save if you have changed the setting – this
will save the selection.
5. Press the Down arrow – the screen will read “Max
Priming Time”.
6. To change from factory default, press Select. The
cursor will highlight.
7. Use the Up or Down arrows to change the time
from 1 minute to 30 minutes.
8. Press Save to save.
9. Press the Down arrow – the screen will read “Priming
Range”. Default is “5”.
10. Press Select to change the priming range. The
cursor will highlight the number.
11. Use the Up or Down arrows to change from 1 to
10. Increasing the number allows the drive to detect
prime with less water flow.
12. Press Save to save.
13. Press the Down arrow – the screen will read “Priming
Delay”. Default is 20 seconds.
14. Press Select to change the priming delay time.
15. Use the Up or Down arrows to change from 1
second to 10 minutes.
CAUTION: Increasing the time causes the pump
to stay in the priming mode longer.

Setting Priming

When the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump is connected
to an automation control system, the priming feature
on the pump cannot be disabled by the external
automation control system only. It must also be
disabled on the pump itself.
If priming is enabled on start up, the pump responds to its
internal settings before responding to commands from an
automation control system.
If the pump is connected to an automation control system
and priming is not desired, disable the priming feature
on both the pump and the automation control system.
To disable priming with an automation system:
1. Disable the priming feature on the automation control
system at the load center or using a system remote.
(Refer to the automation control system user’s guide
for additional information).
2. Temporarily disconnect the RS-485 communication
cable.
3. Open the lid to the control panel to disable priming
on the pump. Press Menu, use the Arrow buttons to
scroll and select “Priming”, then select “Disabled” (the
factory default is set to “Enabled”). Press Back to exit
the menu.
4. Once priming is disabled, reinstall the RS-485
communication cable.

priming is disabled

The sensor for Thermal Mode is in the drive, on top
of the motor. This feature allows you to set a speed
(450 RPM – 3450 RPM) that runs when the IntelliFlo®
Variable Speed Pump goes into Thermal Mode. The
temperature level that you wish Thermal Mode to start
can also be set.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This feature is for protection of the
pump. Do not depend on the Thermal Mode feature for
freeze protection of the pool. Certain situations could
cause the pump to sense a different temperature than
actual air temperature.
Your automation systems air temperature sensor should
be used to sense actual temperature. For example, if
the pump is located indoors, the temperature of the
room does not indicate the outdoor temperature. The
pump does not sense the water temperature.

To access the Thermal Mode menu:
1. Check that the green power LED is on.
2. Press Menu.
3. Use the Down arrow to scroll to “Thermal Mode”
and press Select.
4. The factory default for Thermal Mode is
“Enabled“. To disable Thermal Mode, press
Select to highlight “Enabled”.
5. Press the Up arrow – “Disabled” is displayed.
6. Press Save to save.

To access the Thermal Mode

With “Thermal Mode” displayed on the screen,
press the Down arrow – “Set Speed” is displayed.
The factory default is 1000 RPM.
2. Press Select to change the speed. The cursor will
highlight the first column (ones).
3. Use the Up or Down arrows to set speed (450 –
3450 RPM).
4. Press Save to save the speed.
5. Press the Down arrow to Pump Temperature (the
temperature the pump will activate Thermal Mode,
default is 40° F/4.4° C).
6. Press Select to change the setting. The cursor will
highlight the first column. Can be set 40° F to 50°
F (4.4° C – 10° C).
7. Press Save to save the temperature setting.
Note: To cancel any changes, press Back to exit
without saving.
8. Press Back to exit.

Press Back to exit.

Pump Strainer Basket
The strainer basket (or ‘strainer pot’), is located in front of
the pump housing. The strainer basket must be kept clean
and free of debris. Inspect basket through the lid on the
top of the housing. Be sure to visually inspect the strainer
basket at least once a week. Dirty strainer baskets reduce
filter and heater efficiency and put abnormal stress on
the pump motor.

Cleaning the Pump Strainer Basket
1. Press Start/Stop button on the pump and turn
off the pump at the circuit breaker. Disconnect
communication cable from pump.
2. Relieve pressure in the system.
3. Turn the lid and clamp counter-clockwise and remove
from the pump.
4. Remove debris and rinse out the basket. Replace
the basket if it is cracked.
5. Put the basket back into the housing. Be sure to align
the notch in the bottom of the basket with the rib in
the bottom of the volute.
6. Fill the pump pot and volute up to the inlet port with
water.
7. Clean the lid and clamp, O-ring, and sealing surface
of the pump pot.
Note: It is important to keep the lid O-ring clean and
well lubricated.
8. Reinstall the lid by placing the clamp and lid on the
pot. Be sure the lid O-ring is properly placed.
Seat the clamp and lid on the pump then turn clockwise
until the locking ring handles are perpendicular to the
inlet.
9. Turn the power “ON” at the circuit breaker. Reconnect
communication cable from pump.
10. Open the manual air relief valve on the top of the
filter. Stand clear of the filter.
11. Wait until all pressure is relieved. Start the pump.
12. Bleed air from the filter until a steady stream of
water comes out of the filter air relief valve. Close
the manual air relief valve.

Winterizing
To protect the pump electronics from freeze damage,
the pump will switch on to generate internal heat as the
temperature drops below freezing if Thermal Mode is
enabled. The Thermal Mode feature on the pump is not
intended to protect the system plumbing from freezing.
• In mild climate areas, when temporary freezing
conditions may occur, run your filtering equipment
all night to prevent freezing.
• You are responsible for determining when freezing
conditions may occur. If freezing conditions are
expected, take the following steps to reduce the risk
of freeze damage. Freeze damage is not covered
under warranty.
To prevent freeze damage, follow the procedures below:
1. Shut off electrical power for the pump at the circuit
breaker.
2. Drain the water out of the pump housing by removing
the two thumb-twist drain plugs from the housing.
Store the plugs in the pump basket.
3. Cover the motor to protect it from severe rain, snow
and ice.
Note: The motor may be covered during a storm, winter
storage, etc., but never when operating or expecting
operation. Never wrap motor with plastic or other air
tight materials during winter storage.

Strainer Pot Assembly

Motor and Drive Care
Protect from heat
1. Shade the motor from the sun.
2. Any enclosure must be well ventilated to prevent
overheating.
3. Provide ample cross ventilation.
4. Provide a minimum clearance of three (3) inches
behind the motor fan for proper circulation.
Protect against dirt
1. Protect from any foreign matter.
2. Do not store (or spill) chemicals on or near the motor.
3. Avoid sweeping or stirring up dust near the motor
while it is operating.
4. If a motor has been damaged by dirt it may void the
motor warranty.
Protect against moisture
1. Protect from continuous splashing or continuous
sprayed water.
2. Protect from extreme weather such as flooding.
3. If motor internals have become wet – let it dry before
operating. Do not allow the pump to operate if it has
been flooded.
4. If a motor has been damaged by water it may void
the motor warranty.
5. Be sure to close the keypad cover after every use.
Shaft Seal Replacement
The Shaft Seal consists primarily of two parts, a rotating
ceramic seal housed in the impeller and a stationary
spring seal in the sealplate. The pump requires little or
no service other than reasonable care, however, a shaft
seal may occasionally become damaged and must
be replaced.
Note: The polished and lapped faces of the seal could
be damaged if not handled with care.

To remove and repair the motor subassembly, follow the
steps below:
1. Turn off the pump circuit breaker at the main panel.
2. Disconnect the RS-485 communication cable from
the pump (if connected to pump).
3. Drain the pump by removing the drain plugs. No tools
are required.
4. Remove the four (4) Phillips head screws from the
outer corners of the drive top cover.
5. Disconnect the keypad top cover from the drive and
set it to the side in a safe place.
6. Remove the three (3) Phillips head screws, located
inside the drive, that anchor the drive to the motor.
7. Remove the drive by lifting upwards to separate it
from the motor.
8. Use the 9/16 inch wrenches to remove the six (6) bolts
that hold the housing (strainer pot/volute) to the rear
subassembly.
9. Gently pull the two pump halves apart, removing the
rear subassembly.
10. Use a 3/32 inch Allen head wrench to loosen the two
(2) holding screws located on the diffuser.
11. Hold the impeller securely in place and remove
the impeller lock screw by using a Phillips head
screwdriver. The screw is a left-handed thread and
loosens in a clockwise direction.

12. Use a 1/4 inch Allen head wrench to hold the motor
shaft. The motor shaft has a hex-shaped socket on
the end which is accessible through the center of the
fan cover.
13. To unscrew the impeller from the shaft, twist the
impeller counterclockwise.
14. Remove the four (4) bolts from the seal plate to the
motor, using a 9/16 inch wrench.
15. Place the seal plate face down on a flat surface and
tap out the carbon spring seat.
16. Clean the seal plate, seal bore, and the motor shaft.

Pump Reassembly
1. When installing the replacement shaft seal, use
silicone sealant on the metal portion before pressing
into the seal plate as shown.
Note: Use extreme care when applying sealant. Be
sure no sealant contacts the seal plate surface or
the ceramic seal. Allow sealant to cure overnight
before reassembling.
2. Before installing the rotating portion of the seal into
the impeller, be sure the impeller is clean. Use a
light density soap and water to lubricate the inside
of the seal. Press the seal into the impeller with
your thumbs and wipe off the ceramic and carbon
faces with a clean cloth.
3. Remount the seal plate to the motor.
4. Screw in the impeller lock screw (counterclockwise
to tighten).
5. Remount the diffuser onto the seal plate. Be sure the
plastic pins and holding screw inserts are aligned.
Note: Ensure that the seal plate o-ring is clean
and free of debris.
6. Grease the diffuser o-ring and seal plate gasket
prior to reassembly.
7. Assemble the motor subassembly to the pump
housing by using the two (2) through bolts for proper
alignment. Do not tighten the through bolts until all
six (6) bolts are in place and finger tightened.
Note: Ensure that the seal plate gasket is properly
seated inside of the pump assembly. The seal
gasket can be pinched between the seal plate and
the pump housing while tightening these six (6)
screws, preventing a proper seal and producing a
slow leak when the pump is restarted.
8. Reinstall the drive onto the top of the motor.
9. Fill the IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump with water.

10. Reinstall the pump lid and plastic clamp. See
“Cleaning the Pump Strainer Basket” on page 18
for details
11. Reconnect the RS-485 communication cable to
the pump.
12. Prime the pump; refer to “Priming the Pump” on
page 5.

10. Reinstall the pump lid and plastic clamp. See
“Cleaning the Pump Strainer Basket” on page 18
for details
11. Reconnect the RS-485 communication cable to
the pump.
12. Prime the pump; refer to “Priming the Pump” on
page 5.

Pump Illustrated Parts View

To install the drive assembly onto the motor
assembly:
1. Be sure all electrical breakers and switches are turned
off before installing the drive.
2. Be sure that the gasket between the drive and motor
is in place. It is critical in keeping moisture out of the
drive and motor. Replace the gasket if damaged. Do
not reassemble with a damaged or missing gasket.
3. Verify that the three (3) orange motor post caps are
in position before placing the drive on the motor
assembly.
4. Align the drive assembly with the motor adapter and
seat the drive on the motor assembly.
5. Secure and tighten the drive assembly with the three
(3) Phillips head screws.
6. Plug the keypad cover back into the drive.
7. Place the keypad cover in the desired orientation
on the drive and reattach the four (4) screws in the
corners of the drive.
Note: Ensure that the keypad cable is not being
pinched between the drive and keypad cover.

Drive Assembly and Removal

Alerts and Warnings
The IntelliFlo® Variable Speed Pump displays all alarms and warnings on the control panel display. When an alarm
or warning condition exists, the corresponding light will be lit on the display.
All control panel buttons are disabled until the alarm or warning is acknowledged with the Reset button. Pressing
the Reset button will clear the alarm once the fault condition has been resolved.
Note: The pump will not start if the impeller is rotating.
Power Out/OFF
The incoming supply voltage is less than 170 VAC. The drive faults to protect itself from over current. The drive
contains capacitors that keep it powered up long enough to save the current run parameters. If power is restored
during this process, approximately 20 seconds, the drive will not restart until completed.
Priming Failure
If the pump is not defined as primed within the “Max Priming Time” it will stop and generate a “Priming Alarm” for 10
minutes, then attempt to prime again. The “Max Priming Time” is set by the user on the priming menu as discussed
on page 16. If the pump cannot prime within five attempts it will generate a permanent alarm that must be manually
reset.
Overheat
If the drive temperature gets above 54.4° C (130° F) the pump will slowly reduce speed until the over
temperature condition clears.
Thermal Mode
When active, the motor will run at the preset RPM until the drive internal temperature increases above the
minimum. The pump’s internal thermal protection is disabled when connected to an automation system. Thermal
protection is provided by selecting YES at the ON WITH FREEZE portion of the circuit function menu in the
automation control system. To re-enable the internal thermal protection, the power to the drive must be cycled
off then back on. Important: See explanation of Thermal Mode on page 17.
Over Current
Indicated that the drive is overloaded or the motor has an electrical problem. The drive will restart 20 seconds
after the over current condition clears.
Over Voltage
Indicates excessive supply voltage or an external water source is causing the pump and motor to rotate thereby
generating an excessive voltage on the drives internal DC buss. The drive will restart 20 seconds after the over
voltage condition clears.
Internal Error
Indicates that the self-monitoring motor control software has encountered an error. Clear the alarm and restart the
pump. If this alarm persists, contact Pentair Technical Service at 1-800-831-7133.

REPLACEMENT PARTS

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Pump Dimensions

Electrical Specifications
Circuit Protection: Two-pole 20 AMP device at the Electrical Panel.
Input: 230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3200 Watts Maximum, 1 phase
Note: Refer to the pump motor label, and all national and local
electrical codes, for specific electrical requirements and specifications.

Insignia Portable Ice Maker Manual

Insignia Portable Ice Maker

Insignia Portable Ice Maker Manual

26 lb. Portable Ice Maker
NS-IMP26BK7/NS-IMP26SS7

Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of a high-quality Insignia product. Your NS-IMP26BK7 or NS-IMP26SS7 represents the state of the art in portable ice maker design and is designed for reliable and trouble-free performance.

Features
• Produces up to 26 lbs. of ice a day
• Stores up to 1.1 lbs of ice at a time
• Water recycling system with a 2.11 quart reservoir
• Control panel with LED display
• Removable ice basket
• Low power consumption

Package contents
• Portable ice maker
• Ice scoop
• Ice basket
• Quick Setup Guide

Components

Components

Components

Control and display panel

Control and display panel

Using your ice maker

Preparing your ice maker
1. Remove the exterior and interior packaging.
2. Make sure that the ice basket and ice scoop are inside. If any parts are missing, please contact customer service.
3. Remove the tape holding the ice scoop and ice basket.
4. Clean the tank and ice basket with diluted detergent, warm water, and a soft cloth.
5. Put the ice maker on a flat and level surface, out of direct sunlight and other sources of heat (such as a stove, furnace, or radiator). Make sure that the ice maker is positioned so that the plug is accessible and there is at least four inches (10 cm) of gap on all sides of the ice maker.

6. Allow one hour for the refrigerant fluid to settle, then plug the ice maker in to a grounded wall outlet.

Making ice
Prior to using your ice maker each time, wipe out the interior with a clean, damp cloth.
1. Open the cover and remove the ice basket.
2. Pour tap water into the tank up to the maximum water level mark.
3. Press the ON/OFF button to turn on your ice maker. The indicator above the button turns on to show that the ice maker is running.

4. Press the SELECT button to choose the size of ice produced. The ice making cycle takes from 6 to 13 minutes to complete, depending on the ice cube size selected and the room temperature. The ice maker stops when the ice basket is full (the ICE FULL indicator turns on).

Notes
• If the room temperature is below 60° F (15.6° C), select the SMALL ice cube size to prevent the ice cubes from sticking together.
• Press and hold the SELECT button for five seconds to run 10 continuous cycles, even when the ICE FULL indicator is on.

5. Discard the first few batches of ice the first time you use the ice maker, or the first time you use it after an extended period of time.

Caution
• Direct sunlight or reflected sunlight may cause the infrared sensor to malfunction. If the unit does not stop making ice cubes even when full, move the ice maker to a darker location.

• You must change the water in the tank at least every 24 hours to ensure a reasonable hygene level and avoid bad smelling ice.

Maintaining your ice maker
Your ice maker is designed for year-round use with only minimal cleaning and maintenance.

When you first receive it, wipe the outside with a mild detergent and
warm water, then wipe dry with a dry cloth. Do this periodically to keep your ice maker looking new.

Caution
To prevent damage to the finish, do not use:
• Gasoline, benzine, thinner, or other similar solvents.
• Abrasive cleaners.

Cleaning the interior of your ice maker
1. Unplug the ice maker.
2. Take out the ice basket.
3. Clean the interior with diluted detergent, warm water, and a soft cloth.
4. Use clean water to rinse the inside parts, then drain the water by unplugging the drain cap on the front bottom side.
5. Dry the interior with a clean soft cloth.
6. When the machine is not to be used for a long time, drain the water completely and dry the interior.

Tips on saving energy
• Locate your ice maker in the coolest area of the room, away from heat producing appliances or heating ducts and out of the direct sunlight.

• Make sure that the appliance is sufficiently ventilated, with adequate air circulation behind it.

Troubleshooting

Caution
Do not try to repair ice maker yourself. Doing so invalidates the warranty.

Troubleshooting

Specifications
Specifications

ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY

Definitions:
The Distributor* of Insignia branded products warrants to you, the original purchaser of this new Insignia-branded product (“Product”), that the Product shall be free of defects in the original manufacturer of the material or workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of your purchase of the Product (“Warranty Period”).
For this warranty to apply, your Product must be purchased in the United States or Canada from a Best Buy branded retail store or online at www.bestbuy.com or www.bestbuy.ca, and is packaged with this warranty statement.

How long does the coverage last?
The Warranty Period lasts for 1 year (365 days) from the date you purchased the Product. Your purchase date is printed on the receipt you received with the Product.

What does this warranty cover?
During the Warranty Period, if the original manufacture of the material or workmanship of the Product is determined to be defective by an authorized Insignia repair center or store personnel, Insignia will (at its sole option):

(1) repair the Product with new or rebuilt parts; or

(2) replace the Product at no charge with new or rebuilt comparable products or parts.

Products and parts replaced under this warranty become the property of Insignia and are not returned to you. If service of Products or parts are required after the Warranty Period expires, you must pay all labor and parts charges. This warranty lasts as long as you own your Insignia Product during the Warranty Period. Warranty coverage terminates if you sell or otherwise transfer the Product.

How to obtain warranty service?
If you purchased the Product at a Best Buy retail store location, please take your original receipt and the Product to any Best Buy store. Make sure that you place the Product in its original packaging or packaging that provides the same amount of protection as the original packaging. If you purchased the Product from a Best Buy online web site (www.bestbuy.com or www.bestbuy.ca), mail your original receipt and the Product to the address listed on the web site. Make sure that you put the Product in its original packaging or packaging that provides the same amount of protection as the original packaging.

To obtain warranty service, in the United States call 1-888-BESTBUY, Canada call 1-866-BESTBUY. Call agents may diagnose and correct the issue over the phone.

Where is the warranty valid?
This warranty is valid only in the United States and Canada at Best Buy branded retail stores or websites to the original purchaser of the product in the county where the original purchase was made.

What does the warranty not cover?
This warranty does not cover:

• Food loss/spoilage due to failure of refrigerator or freezer
• Customer instruction/education
• Installation
• Set up adjustments
• Cosmetic damage
• Damage due to weather, lightning, and other acts of God, such as power surges
• Accidental damage
• Misuse
• Abuse
• Negligence
• Commercial purposes/use, including but not limited to use in a place of business or in communal areas of a multiple dwelling condominium or apartment complex, or otherwise used in a place of other than a private home.
• Modification of any part of the Product, including the antenna
• Display panel damaged by static (non-moving) images applied for lengthy periods (burn-in).
• Damage due to incorrect operation or maintenance
• Connection to an incorrect voltage or power supply
• Attempted repair by any person not authorized by Insignia to service the Product
• Products sold “as is” or “with all faults”
• Consumables, including but not limited to batteries (i.e. AA, AAA, C etc.)
• Products where the factory applied serial number has been altered or removed
• Loss or Theft of this product or any part of the product
• Display panels containing up to three (3) pixel failures (dots that are dark or incorrectly illuminated) grouped in an area smaller than one tenth (1/10) of the display size or up to five (5) pixel failures throughout the display. (Pixel based displays may contain a limited number of pixels that may not function normally.)
• Failures or Damage caused by any contact including but not limited to liquids, gels or pastes.

REPAIR REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY. INSIGNIA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR THE BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST DATA, LOSS OF USE OF YOUR PRODUCT, LOST BUSINESS OR LOST PROFITS. INSIGNIA PRODUCTS MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED uuuuuuuWARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF AND CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE AND NO WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WILL APPLY AFTER THE WARRANTY PERIOD. SOME STATES, PROVINCES AND JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE OR PROVINCE TO PROVINCE.

Contact Insignia:
For customer service please call 1-877-467-4289
www.insigniaproducts.com
INSIGNIA is a trademark of Best Buy and its affiliated companies.
Distributed by Best Buy Purchasing, LLC
7601 Penn Ave South, Richfield, MN 55423 U.S.A.
©2016 Best Buy. All rights reserved.
Made in China

www.insigniaproducts.com
1-877-467-4289 (U.S. and Canada) or 01-800-926-3000 (Mexico)
INSIGNIA is a trademark of Best Buy and its affiliated companies.
Distributed by Best Buy Purchasing, LLC
7601 Penn Ave South, Richfield, MN 55423 U.S.A
©2016 Best Buy. All rights reserved.
Made in China

Insignia

Igloo Ice Maker Manual

Igloo Ice Maker

Igloo Ice Maker Manual

PARTS, FUNCTIONS AND FEATURES

1. Cover with transparent window
2. Ice maker and pusher
3. Water reservoir (Not shown)
4. Control panel
5. Water drain cap: For draining water from ice water (Front Button of Unit)
6. Compressor cooling fan (Do not block air flow)
7. Ice shovel
8. Ice basket

Control Panel: Easy to use, button function with LED indicators
A. Power ON LED indicator light
B. Power ON/OFF button
C. Ice cube SELECT SIZE button
D. Selected ice size LED light indicator displaying: SMALL, and LARGE ice
cubes to make
E. “ADD WATER” (Alerts that there is no water in the water reservoir), must add water F. “ICE FULL” LED indicator

button function with LED indicators

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

This portable icemaker uses a fully automatic control system, with an advanced microcomputer for easy and convenient ice making. Making ice is simple and fast. Just add water, plug into an outlet, and press the ON button. You can select one of the two ice cube sizes with the touch of a button. When first turning on the unit or during icemaking cycles, the compressor will stay idle for 3 minutes, while energizing.

There are warning indicators that alert you to fill water when the reservoir is empty and to remove ice when the storage basket is full. The icemaker also has built-in safeguards that can limit accidental damage, automatically shutting down the system when necessary.

Pre-Operating Instructions Please read carefully.

1. The incline angle of the icemaker cabinet should not exceed 45° during transportation or use. Do not turn the icemaker upside down. Doing so could cause the compressor or refrigerating system to operate incorrectly. When the icemaker is moved or transported, please allow time for the fluids in the compressor to settle. Before using the icemaker for the first time, please wait 2 hours after the unit has been leveled and positioned in its proper place.

2. Please ensure the icemaker is level and on a stable table or platform to avoid malfunction.

3. The machine must be placed on a dry and level surface with sufficient ventilation, far from heat sources such as ovens, heaters and corrosive gases.

Leave an 8-inch clearance on all sides of the icemaker for proper ventilation.

4. Do not fill the water reservoir with hot water. This may damage the icemaker. It is best to fill the water reservoir with water of room temperature or lower.

Pre-Operating Instructions

Operating Instructions
1. Open the top cover, take out the ice storage basket and fill the water reservoir with drinkable (tap, purified or bottled) 2.3 quarts water to the level mark and replace the ice storage basket.

Operating Instructions

Make sure that the water level does not reach above the level mark or the
bottom of the ice storage basket. Close the top cover.

Note: During the operation process, if the level of water in the water reservoir becomes too low, the machine will automatically stop operating and the “Add Water” indicator will display on the LED.

2. Plug the unit into a grounded outlet. Push the ON / OFF button on the control panel to turn on the machine.
3. Select the desired size of ice cube by pressing the S or L ice selector button.

S = Small ice cubes (Approx. 7 minutes)
L = Large ice cubes (Approx. 12 minutes)

The icemaker will start making ice soon after. The next cycle of 9 ice cubes is complete (based on water temperature, ambient room temperature and selected ice cube size).

Note: To stop the operation, press the ON/OFF button.

Operating Process
1. Water is pumped from the water storage tank to the water box, which may take up to 1 minute.

2. The icemaking cycle begins when the evaporator rods are dipped into the water box. You will hear the compressor working.

3. It will take approximately 5-13 minutes for each icemaking cycle, depending on the size selected. The larger the size, the more time is needed to make the ice. After the cycle is finished, the water box will tilt forward and the remaining water will flow back into the water storage tank. The evaporator rods will then release the ice cubes.

Note: If the room ambient temperature is below 60° F, then small ice cube sizes are suggested to prevent ice cubes from fusing together.

4. Approximately 60 seconds later, the water box will tilt backwards and the ice pusher will push the ice into the ice storage basket. After the water box flips back to its original position, the next icemaking cycle will begin.

5. When the maximum capacity of ice cubes is collected and the ice reaches the temperature sensor, the icemaker will automatically stop operating. The “ICE FULL” LED indicator will light up.

If more ice is needed, remove the ice from the ice storage basket; then replace the basket into the machine, making sure that the basket is placed back to its original position. Note: When replacing the basket, ensure that the temperature sensor is above the basket so that the machine operates properly.

6. To continue making ice, check that there is water in the water storage tank. If there is no water in the water storage tank, then no water will be pumped into the water box, and the operation will stop. The “Add Water” LED display will light up. Press the “OFF” button. Fill the water storage tank with water, and then press the “ON” button for the icemaker to begin operating again. Allow the refrigerant inside the compressor at least 3 minutes to settle before
restarting.

7. If the compressor stops for any reason such as water shortage, too much ice, power off, etc., do not restart the machine right away. Wait at least 3 minutes before restarting the machine.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

Before using your icemaker, it is strongly recommended that you clean the icemaker thoroughly. Be sure to clean the icemaker regularly.

1. When cleaning, please make sure the power has been turned off and the plug is disconnected from the outlet. When plugging or unplugging the unit from the outlet, pull directly on the plug. Never pull on the power cord.

2. Remove the ice storage basket.

3. Drain remaining water from unit. Remove the cap, then the
rubber plug from the spout. When assembling back together,
the rubber plug must be inserted first into the spout, and then
capped. Otherwise, the icemaker will leak.

4. Use a mild detergent diluted in warm water and wipe with a soft
towel or sponge. Solvents, detergents and abrasives must never be used for cleaning.

5. Wipe the inner parts, such as the ice storage basket, water reservoir, water box, ice pusher, and evaporator rods.

6. The outside of the icemaker should be cleaned regularly with a mild detergent solution, warm water, and a soft cloth.

7. Dry the interior and exterior with a soft cloth.

8. To begin making ice once the unit has been cleaned, pour clean water into the water reservoir and fill up to the level line follow operating instructions. Never tilt or place the icemaker on its side, otherwise you must wait 10 hours for compressor coolant to settle.

9. To ensure the cleanliness of the ice cubes, the water in the water storage tank should be replaced every 24 hours.

10. When the machine is not in use or will not be used for an extended period of time, unscrew the drain cap, then remove the rubber plug behind the unit to empty the remaining water in the water reservoir completely. (Follow the instructions in number 4 above.)

Drain

HP 12c Financial Calculator Quick Start Guide

HP 12c Financial Calculator Quick Start Guide

Edition 1 HP Part Number: F2230-90201

Legal Notices
This manual and any examples contained herein are provided “as is” and are subject
to change without notice. Hewlett-Packard Company makes no warranty of any kind
with regard to this manual, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, non-infringement and fitness for a particular purpose.
Hewlett-Packard Company shall not be liable for any errors or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this manual or the examples contained herein.
Copyright © 2008 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P.
Reproduction, adaptation, or translation of this manual is prohibited without prior written permission of Hewlett-Packard Company, except as allowed under the copyright laws.

Hewlett-Packard Company
16399 West Bernardo Drive
San Diego, CA 92127-1899
USA
Printing History
Edition 1, October 2008

1. Getting Started
Welcome to your HP 12c Financial Calculator
This booklet is intended to get you started quickly with the basic features
of your 12c Financial Calculator. Use it for quick reference. For more
detailed information about the 12c Financial Calculator, refer to the HP
12c Financial Calculator User’s Guide. Pages of the user’s guide are
cited throughout this manual, and it is highly recommended you refer to
the user’s guide to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the many features
of your calculator.

The Keys
Many keys on the HP12c Financial Calculator perform more than one
function. The primary function of a key is indicated by the characters
printed in white on the upper face of the key. The alternate function(s) of
a key are indicated by the characters printed in gold above the key and
the characters printed in blue on the lower face of the key. See Figure 1.

Getting Started

The Keys

2. Getting Started
are included for reference. Refer to these pages of the user’s guide for more information.

Getting Started

Basic Functions

Basic Function

Table 1-1 Basic Functions

Storage Registers and Continuous Memory
Storage Registers and Continuous Memory

Result

Table 1-2 RPN Example

Keys used to rearrange the stack

Table 1-3 Keys and Functions

Table 1-3 Keys and Functions

Table 1-3 Keys

Table 1-3 Keys and Functions

TaTable 1-3 Keys and Functions

Table 1-3 Keys and Functions

Table 1-3 Keys and Functions

Table 1-3 Keys and Functions

Basic Financial Calculation Example
Table 1-4 illustrates how easily you can perform financial calculations
using the HP 12c Financial Calculator. For more examples and information
on financial problems, including cash flows and using cash flow
diagrams, refer to section three of the HP 12c Financial Calculator
User’s Guide, titled, Basic Financial Functions.
Calculate the monthly payment amount on a 30-year loan of
125,000.00 with a 6.9% annual interest rate, compounded monthly.
Assume payments occur at the end of the compounding period.

Table 1-4 Loan Payment Example

Display Description

Display Description

Warranty and Contact Information Replacing the Batteries
The calculator uses two, 3 Volt CR2032 Lithium batteries. The low battery symbol
(*) appears when battery power is nearly exhausted. Use only fresh batteries
when replacing the battery. Do not use rechargeable batteries. To install a new
battery:
1. With the calculator turned off, slide the back cover off.
2. Remove only one battery at a time.
3. Remove one of the old batteries and replace it with a new battery with the
positive polarity symbol facing outward.
4. Remove the other old battery and replace it with a new battery with the
positive polarity symbol facing outward.
5. Replace the back cover.

Warning! There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not mutilate, puncture, or dispose of batteries in fire. The batteries can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals.

HP Limited Hardware Warranty and Customer Care This HP Limited Warranty gives you, the end-user customer, express limited warranty rights from HP, the manufacturer. Please refer to HP’s Web site for an exten.

sive description of your limited warranty entitlements. In addition, you may also
have other legal rights under applicable local law or special written agreement
with HP.

Limited Hardware Warranty Period Duration: 12 months total (may vary by region, please visit www.hp.com/support for latest information).

General Terms
HP warrants to you, the end-user customer, that HP hardware, accessories and supplies will be free from defects in materials and workmanship after the date of purchase, for the period specified above. If HP receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will, at its option, either repair or replace products which prove to be defective. Replacement products may be either new or like-new.

HP warrants to you that HP software will not fail to execute its programming
instructions after the date of purchase, for the period specified above, due to
defects in material and workmanship when properly installed and used. If HP
receives notice of such defects during the warranty period, HP will replace software media which does not execute its programming instructions due to such
defects.

HP does not warrant that the operation of HP products will be uninterrupted or
error free. If HP is unable, within a reasonable time, to repair or replace any product to a condition as warranted, you will be entitled to a refund of the purchase price upon prompt return of the product with proof of purchase.
HP products may contain remanufactured parts equivalent to new in performance
or may have been subject to incidental use.

Warranty does not apply to defects resulting from (a) improper or inadequate
maintenance or calibration, (b) software, interfacing, parts or supplies not sup
plied by HP, (c) unauthorized modification or misuse, (d) operation outside of the published environmental specifications for the product, or (e) improper site preparation or maintenance.

HP MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY OR CONDITION WHETHER WRITTEN
OR ORAL. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OR CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE
EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE. Some countries, states or provinces do
not allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so the above limitation or exclusion might not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you might also have other rights that vary from country to country, state to state, or province to province.

TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, THE REMEDIES IN THIS WARRANTY
STATEMENT ARE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES. EXCEPT AS INDICATED
ABOVE, IN NO EVENT WILL HP OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR LOSS
OF DATA OR FOR DIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING
LOST PROFIT OR DATA), OR OTHER DAMAGE, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT,
TORT, OR OTHERWISE. Some countries, States or provinces do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. HP shall not be liable
for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

FOR CONSUMER TRANSACTIONS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND: THE
WARRANTY TERMS CONTAINED IN THIS STATEMENT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
LAWFULLY PERMITTED, DO NOT EXCLUDE, RESTRICT OR MODIFY AND ARE IN
ADDITION TO THE MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS APPLICABLE TO THE SALE
OF THIS PRODUCT TO YOU.

Customer Care
In addition to the one year hardware warranty your HP calculator also comes with
one year of technical support. If you need assistance, HP customer care can be
reached by either email or telephone. Before calling please locate the call center
nearest you from the list below. Have your proof of purchase and calculator serial
number ready when you call.

Telephone numbers are subject to change, and local and national telephone rates
may apply. For more support information, please visit the web at: www.hp.com/
support.

Table 1-5 Customer Care

Table 1-5 Customer Care

Table 1-5 Customer Care

Table 1-5 Customer Care

Table 1-5 Customer Care

Product Regulatory & Environment Information
Federal Communications Commission Notice
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or television technician for help.

Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made
to this device that are not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard Company may
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Declaration of Conformity for products Marked with FCC Logo, United States Only
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2)this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

If you have questions about the product that are not related to this declaration, write to:
Hewlett-Packard Company
P.O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 530113
Houston, TX 77269-2000
For questions regarding this FCC declaration, write to
Hewlett-Packard Company
P.O. Box 692000, Mail Stop 510101
Houston, TX 77269-2000
or call HP at 281-514-3333

To identify your product, refer to the part, series, or model number located on the
product.

Canadian Notice
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-
Causing Equipment Regulations.

Avis Canadien
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement
sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.

European Union Regulatory Notice
This product complies with the following EU Directives:
• Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
• EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
• Compliance with these directives implies conformity to applicable
harmonized European standards (European Norms) which are listed on the
EU Declaration of Conformity issued by Hewlett-Packard for this product or
product family.

This compliance is indicated by the following conformity marking placed on the
product:

Disposal of Waste Equipment by Users in Private Household in the European
Union.

This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product just not be disposed of with your other household waste. Instead, it is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment.

The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

Chemical Substances
HP is committed to providing our customers with information about the chemical
substances in our products as needed to comply with legal requirements such as
REACH (Regulation EC No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and the
Council).

A chemical information report for this product can be found at:
http://www.hp.com/go/reach Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply
This calculator’s Memory Backup battery may contain perchlorate and may
require special handling when recycled or disposed in California.