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Инструкция по эксплуатации Wayne, модель WIP150

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After about 10 minutes of operation, check the return fittings for air bubbles. A continuous flow of air indicates leaks in the suction line. Locate and correct any leaks immediately. CONTROLLING PUMP DISCHARGE Keep the gate valve in the suction line fully open during operation. To control the discharge, use a valve in the return line. Do not retighten strainer Ring-lok during operation. Do not operate pump with closed suction or discharge valve. WATER CHEMISTRY Proper and consistent use of chemicals is necessary to manage a water system. Chlorine is the most commonly used chemical to provide clean, sanitary water. Daily administration of dry or liquid chlorine (calcium or sodium hypochlorite) is essential. IMPORTANT: Maintain the correct level of acidity or alkalinity of the pool water. Readings above pH 7.0 are alkaline. A pH 7.0 is neutral. Readings below pH 7.0 are acidic. A desirable range is 7.2 to 7.4. RECOMMENDED ADHESIVES* PVC - PVC Joint PVC - ABS Joint Uni-Weld Pool-Tite 2000 Uni-Weld Pool-Tite 2000 Suregard Flex 20 Suregard Weld All No. 5 IPS Weld-On 705 IPS Weld-On 794 * These recommendations are examples only and are not intended to restrict brands Line Line Voltage Change Switch Figure 1 - Voltage Change Switch Connections 115 230 Volts WIP100, WIP150 Maintenance Disconnect, tag and lock out power source before attempting to install, service, relocate or perform any maintenance. 1. Motors are self-lubricating - no additional lubrication is required. 2. Clean pool pump strainer of hair and lint. 3. Visually inspect motor for blockage of air vents on motor shell. Remove any debris after shutting off breaker. 4. Replace worn shaft seals. HAIR AND LINT STRAINER 1. Switch off the power. 2. Close the valves in the suction and return line. 3. Turn strainer Ring-Lok counterclockwise and remove stainer cover. 4. Lift strainer basket away from the pump. 5. Clean and reposition the basket into the pump. Take care to seat the basket properly. 6. Clean the o-ring and relubricate with petroleum jelly if necessary. 7. Clean o-ring seats on the cover and strainer. 8. Refit the cover and strainer Ring- Lok; hand tighten only. 9. Open the valves to return pump to operation. Do not retighten strainer Ring-Lok during operation. WINTERIZING Always protect system from freezing temperatures. Drain the system if there is a possibility of freezing. To drain the system: 1. Units with a filter: a. Sand filter: Backwash for 3 to 5 minutes and then set dial valve to winterize position. b. Cartridge filter: Clean the filter element and store in dry area. 2. Drain system by loosening drain plug. The drain plug does not have to be completely removed. Removing pipe caps will facilitate draining also. Troubleshooting Chart Symptom Possible Cause(s) Motor does not 1. Disconnect switch or circuit breaker in start OFF position 2. Fuses blown or thermal overload open 3. Locked motor shaft 4. Motor windings burned out 5. Defective starting switch inside single-phase motor 6. Disconnected or defective wiring 7. Low voltage Motor does not 1. Low voltage reach full speed 2. Motor windings connected for wrong voltage on dual voltage model Motor overheats 1. Low voltage (protector trips) 2. Motor windings connected for wrong voltage on dual voltage model 3. Inadequate ventilation Pump does not 1. Pump is not primed deliver water 2. Closed valve in suction or discharge line 3. Leakage or air into suction system 4. Impeller clogged Noisy pump and 1. Plugged basket in skimmer or hair in motor lint strainer 2. Worn motor bearings 3. Valve in suction line partly closed 4. Suction line partly plugged 5. Vacuum hose plugged or too small 6. Pump not supported properly Symptom Possible Cause(s) 1. Valve in suction or discharge line partly closed 2. Suction or discharge line partly plugged 3. Suction or discharge line too small 4. Pump running at reduced speed (see previous) 5. Plugged basket in skimmer or hair and lint strainer 6. Dirty filter 7. Impeller clogged 8. Wrong rotation (3 phase only) Shaft seal requires replacement 1. Discharge valve or inlet fittings closed too much 2. Return lines too small 3. Dirty filter 1. Pump running at reduced speed (see previous) 2. Wrong rotation 3. Discharge valve or inlet fittings open too wide 1. Leakage of air into suction line at connections or valve stem 2. Cover gasket around hair and lint strainer needs cleaning 3. Restriction in suction line 4. Low water level in pool Low pump capacity Leakage of water at shaft High pump pressure Low pump pressure Air bubbles at inlet fittings 3 4 Operating Instructions and Parts Manual WIP100, WIP150 For Replacement Parts or technical assistance, call 1-800-237-0987 Limited Warranty For one year from the date of purchase, WAYNE Water Systems ("WAYNE") will repair or re place, at its option, for the original purchaser any part or parts of its Sump Pumps or Water Pumps (“Product”) found upon examination by WAYNE to be defective...

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