Sparco Manual English - Pool Products from King Technology

Sparco Manual English - Pool Products from King Technology
Sparco
Chlorine Pool Care System
Model 5510 for pools
up to 30,000 gallons
CYCLER MODEL 5510
Customer Service 800-222-0169
www.kingtechnology.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introducing Sparco
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Swimming Pool Tips 3
Start-up and Operation 4
Replacing Sparco Chamber 5
Replacing Control Dial O-Rings 6
Replacing Cap O-Rings and Knobs 6
Winterizing7
Troubleshooting8
Parts List 9
Above Ground Base Installation
10
Above Ground Filter Installation
11
In Ground In-Line Installation
12
For Proper Performance
13
Warranty 14
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line, visit our website at www.kingtechnology.com
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Thank you for choosing Sparco. This system will maintain
a clean, clear swimming pool while you spend less time on
maintenance and more time having fun!
CYCLER MODEL 5510
Sparco System
Sparco Chlorine Chamber
The Sparco System is on
constant watch dispensing
chlorine to control bacteria and
provide a protective bank of
sanitizer for your pool.
Pre-filled with chlorine
tablets and fits inside the
Sparco System.
Swimming Pool Tips Start-up and Yearly Maintenance
1.
Make sure the pool has adequate
circulation. The pool water must
completely circulate through
the pump and filter at least 1
to 2 times per day. This usually
requires 8 to 12 hours. Check
with your dealer for the proper
circulation time for your pool.
beginning with any pool care program, you
2. Before
must first balance your pool water. Take a water
sample to your local pool professional or use a
complete test kit that will test for the following
important elements.
3.
4.
After your pool is up and running
smoothly, continue to test your
water for pH, total alkalinity and
chlorine and maintain its balance by adding any necessary
adjustment products (see your
dealer for details).
5.
Check the pool’s filter gauge often
and periodically clean filter per
the manufacturer’s directions.
A dirty filter will slow the flow of
water which could hamper proper
circulation.
Water Balance Guidelines
Free Chlorine:1.0 – 3.0 ppm
pH:
7.2 – 7.8
Total Alkalinity:
60 – 120 ppm
Calcium Hardness:
150 – 400
<1500
Total Dissolved Solids: Stabilizer:
20 – 80 ppm
If your fill water is high in metals, use a sequestering agent
or metal-out product at start-up
only before inserting a Sparco
Chamber. See your local dealer
for details on using these products and always follow manufacturer’s directions carefully.
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Start-up and Operation
1.
2.
Add a stabilizer or conditioner to the pool at the
beginning of the season if
the stabilizer level is below
20 ppm. This will prevent
chlorine burn off. Follow
manufacturer’s directions
carefully.
Shock the pool with chlorine
to rid water of all contaminants before beginning.
Follow manufacturer’s directions carefully. This step is
very important to start-up.
Use chlorine shock only.
3.
Do not add shock in
or near the skimmer
or into the Sparco
System as it could
damage equipment,
risk potential
explosion or discolor
your pool surface.
Install a Sparco Chamber
into the Sparco System.
(Follow directions for
replacing a chamber on
page 5.)
This system is designed to work effectively with a variety of pool equipment as long as the following basic procedures
are followed.
Set control dial on Sparco System by matching up the parameters of your pool on the chart below. THIS IS A
STARTING POINT ONLY and may need to be adjusted to fit your individual pool needs. See #5 below for adjusting
directions.
IMPORTANT: For in ground pools, pump run times of at least 6 hours per day at high speed are recommended for
proper performance. If running the pump at low speed only or on high speed less than 6 hours, please follow the 24
hour low speed directions below.
4.
SINGLE-SPEED PUMP OR HIGH-SPEED PUMP-RUN TIME
In Ground
POOL SIZE
Gallons
3/4 hp
6 HOUR PUMP RUN TIME
12 HOUR PUMP RUN TIME
PUMP SIZE
PUMP SIZE
1 hp
1 1/2 hp
2 hp
3/4 hp
1 hp
1 1/2 hp
24 HOUR PUMP RUN TIME
PUMP SIZE
2 hp
3/4 hp
1 hp
1 1/2 hp
2 hp
7,000
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.5*
2.5
2.0
3.5*
3.0*
1.0
3.0*
2.5
2.0*
9,000
4.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
3.5*
2.0
3.5*
3.0
2.5*
12,000
4.5
4.0
3.5
3.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.0
1.0
3.0
18,000
NR
4.5
4.0
3.5
4.5
3.5
3.0
2.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
25,000
NR
NR
4.5
3.5
NR
4.5
3.5
3.0
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
30,000
NR
NR
5.5
4.5
NR
5.0
4.5
3.5
NR
3.5
3.0
2.5
Dial settings based on 1.5 ppm *Bypass installation recommended. See “For Proper Perfromance” on page 13 NR- This pump size is not recommended for this size pool.
24 HOUR, LOW-SPEED PUMP RUN TIME
In order to ensure proper performance when running the pump on low speed for 24 hours per day or high speed less than
6 hours per day, bleed the air while the pump is on by unscrewing the cap knob until water appears. Then screw the knob
back on. Repeat this process each time the cap is removed for any reason. Set the control dial at 6 and follow the adjustment
directions in Step 5 to determine the correct setting for your pool.
5.
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For the first week or so, test the water
daily for free chlorine.
After day one, adjust the dial up by 1/2
increment if the free chlorine reading has
dropped or down by 1/2 increment if the
reading has risen. Continue this process
each day until the reading stabilizes
at your desired level between 1.0- 3.0
ppm. Remember to adjust dial by 1/2
increments only. Higher than suggested
settings could result in over chlorination
and/or bleached pool surfaces.
6.
7.
Use the handle end of cap tool if the
dial is hard to turn.
Shock pool every week or as needed
to maintain water quality. Follow label
directions on the shock treatment used.
Replacing
a Chamber
USE ONLY the factory recommended replacement Sparco Chamber. (See label.) DO NOT USE any
other pack or bulk chemical tablets in the Sparco System. Use of any other product could result in
over chlorination, bleached liners, unsafe pool conditions, fire or explosion. Warranty will be void if
the correct pack is not used.
1.
2.
3.
Turn off pump. Turn dial to
Minimum. This reduces the flow
of water into the unit when the
cap is open.
Use the cap tool included with Sparco System
to loosen cap by hitting the handle with the flat
of your hand counter clockwise. Stand back
upon removing cap to avoid inhaling fumes.
The chamber is made of HDPE
plastic. Non-refillable container.
Do not reuse or refill this
container. Offer for recycling if
available. Rinse thoroughly before
recycling or discarding in trash.
4.
Cut handle from Sparco Chamber using a PVC cutting tool or a hacksaw (KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN)
Indent in plastic
A. Find
the indent
in the
plastic.
PVC cutting tool
available at local
hardware stores.
B. If using a cutting tool, place
curved section of tool around
the narrow end of one
chamber tower and line up
blade on indent.
Finished cut ends
C. Squeeze the handles
together. Repeat for other
side.
D. If using a hacksaw to cut
the chamber, line up
hacksaw blade on indent
and cut with a smooth
sawing action.
Avoid a
pinched
opening.
A correct
oval
opening
E. Whether using a cutting
tool or a hacksaw, make
sure the blade comes
straight across on the
indent line for a clean cut.
6.
Opening
in
chamber
Key in
Sparco
System
5.
F. If openings are pinched
together, open with fingers
or re-cut closer to the
colored screens inside
chamber. Leave at least
1/4" of plastic to fit into
Sparco System base.
Insert chamber into Sparco
System, lining up the
openings in chamber with
keys in Sparco System.
NOTE: Openings are a
different shape than keys.
Avoid sparks, open
flame or smoking when
handling the chamber.
Turn chamber over and
shake slightly until tablets
fall into tower areas.
chamber
towers
chamber
towers
7.
New
Water
CYCLER
400 SERIES
Replace cap by hand only.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
USE ONLY CYCLER PAC 400 SERIES
DO NOT USE CAP TOOL
TO TIGHTEN CAP.
FOR REMOVAL ONLY.
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Sparco Maintenance
Replacing the Control Dial O-Rings
1.
Using a needle nose pliers,
find the snap ring tail located
at approximately the 5 o’clock
position under the control dial.
2.
Replacing Cap O-ring
1.
1. Hold cap in front of you
upside down with the o-ring
groove facing up. Place one
end of o-ring into cap groove
at the point closest to you.
Hold o-ring down with the
thumb and index finger of one
hand.
Pull down and out of the groove.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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2. Take hold of the far end
of the o-ring with the thumb
and index finger of the other
hand. Roll o-ring slightly back
towards you as you stretch
the o-ring into the remainder
of the cap groove.
Using a large screwdriver, loosen
the control dial. Carefully pry the
dial until it pulls out.
SILICONE
LUBRICANT
Carefully replace the rubber
o-ring without stretching it. Apply
silicone lubricant that came with
your Sparco System, on o-ring.
Push control dial completely into
the housing and turn the dial to
setting 2.
Insert the non-lipped end of snap
ring into the groove opening
beginning at the 5 o’clock
position and push it up so that it
threads itself around the control
dial.
Using a small screwdriver or
pointed tool to help guide it,
make sure the snap ring stays in
the groove as it is inserted.
3.
SILICONE
LUBRICANT
3. Lubricate o-ring often with
silicone lubricant that came
with your Sparco System. DO
NOT USE petroleum based
lubricants.
Replacing Knobs
Replace knob in back or
on cap of Sparco System
by unscrewing old one and
screwing in new one.
Winterizing
1.
Turn pump off and turn dial
to Minimum.
2.
4.
Remove chamber.
5.
If chamber still contains
chlorine, wrap in plastic bag
and store in shed or cool
well-ventilated location away
from children, pets, cars,
motorcycles or anything metal
that can rust, pit, etc. Make
sure the chamber is away from
open flame.
Remove cap.
3.
6.
Unscrew knob in the back
of Sparco System. Allow all
water to drain.
Replace the cap and knob
loosely.
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Troubleshooting
For more in-depth troubleshooting, go to www.kingtechnology.com
Problem
1.
What do I do
if the water looks
cloudy?
Remedy
1. Make sure your filtration
system is working properly
(i.e. clean filter, skimmer and
pump basket).
2. Make sure circulation time
is adequate – increase pump
time if not.
4. Shock the water to
eliminate build up of any
organic matter.
5. Make sure pool has a
free chlorine reading of
1.0 to 3.0 ppm.
6. Check with your dealer
for more information.
2.
What do I do
if the water turns
color?
1. Metals in the fill water may
have been oxidized. Have the
pool tested. Shock the pool
and clean the filter until water
clarity returns.
2. Algae may be trying to
form – shock the pool,
increase circulation time if
needed and clean the filter.
3. Check with your dealer for
more information.
3.
What do I do
if algae forms in or
on my pool?
1. Use an algaecide per the
directions on the bottle and
brush the sides of the pool
often.
2. Clean the filter and shock
the pool with chlorine daily
until water clarity returns
3. Check with your dealer for
more information.
1. If you are unable to
maintain at least 1.0 ppm,
first make sure there are
chlorine tablets in the tower
areas of the Sparco Chamber
and it is installed properly. If a
correction was made, test the
water in 24 hours.
2. If still low, turn the dial up
one setting and test the water
again in 24 hours. Continue
raising the setting by one
increment each day until the
proper reading is achieved.
3. Shock the pool if the reading
has been lower than 1.0 ppm
for more than one day.
4. Make sure pump run time
is at least 6 hours on high
speed (40 gpm or higher) or
if not, bleed the air from the
cap knob (see page 13 for
directions).
5. Contact your dealer to have
your back pressure tested to
ensure it is at least 4 psi.
6. Check for a suction side
leak by looking for air bubbles
in your pump basket or at the
return jet. Contact dealer for
help in correcting this situation.
7. Contact King
Technology’s Customer
Service Department at
800-222-0169.
1. If the chlorine reading is
over 3.0 ppm, remove the
chlorine from the Sparco
System and test the water
daily until the reading is down
to 1.0 ppm.
2. Reinsert the Sparco
Chamber, lower the dial one
setting and test the water
again in 24 hours. If the
reading has risen, lower
the dial one setting again.
Continue this process until
proper reading is achieved.
3. If over-chlorinating at the
lowest possible setting,
consider decreasing the
circulation time. Depending
on your pump size, you may
be circulating the water
more than is necessary.
4. Contact your dealer to
have your back pressure
tested. If over 8 psi consider
a larger eye-ball fitting in the
return jet.
5. Check to see if the
pressure relief valve is loose
or missing and replace.
It is a clear plastic piece
approximately 1” long
installed inside near the base.
If loose or missing, it can
provide another avenue for
water to reach the chlorine.
6. Contact King
Technology’s Customer
Service Department at
800-222-0169.
4.
5.
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3. Make sure the pool is
properly balanced (see page 3).
What do I do
if I am under
chlorinating
with the Sparco
Chamber?
What do I do
if I am over
chlorinating
with the Sparco
Chamber?
Parts List
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8
9
1
2
3
4
6
7
9
5
8
11
SILICONE
LUBRICANT
INCLUDED WITH SPARCO SYSTEM Model 5510
REF. # DESCRIPTION
QTY. INCLUDED
REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR SPARCO SYSTEM Model 5510
REF. # PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION
1 & 2 Cap w/O-Ring
1
3
Body1
4
Pressure Relief Valve
1
5, 6, 7 Control Dial with O-Rings
1
8 & 9 Knob with O-Ring
2
10
Cap/Control Dial Tool 1
11
Silicone Lubricant
1
1 & 2
2
3
4
5, 6, 7
6 & 7
8 & 9
10
11
01-22-9417
Cap w/O-Ring
01-22-9920
Cap O-Ring
N/A
Body
01-22-9480
Pressure Relief Valve
01-22-9440
Control Dial with O-Rings
01-22-9450
Control Dial O-Ring Kit
01-22-9940
Knob with O-Ring
01-22-8870 Cap/Control Dial Tool 01-22-9971
Silicone Lubricant
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TOOLS NEEDED
Above Ground Base Installation
Screwdriver
Pipe Wrench
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Materials Needed
Pipe Thread
Sealant
The Sparco System should always be installed
between the filter and pool (or between heater and
pool if applicable).
Following pipe thread
sealant directions, brush
sealant on to Sparco
System threads in both
ports and both male
adapters.
1.
Two 2”Threaded by
1 1/2” Threaded Male
Adapters
DO NOT USE PIPE THREAD
TAPE as the threads
on these units are
not suitable for
this use and
leaking or fitting
failure could result.
Two Hose Adapters
1 1/2” x 1 1/2” x 1 1/4”
Two Sections of 1 1/2”
Flex Hose (one provided
with filter)
Two
Hose
Clamps
Recommended
Corrosion Resistant
Check Valve
Screw a male adapter into each
port of the Sparco System.
Hand tighten. Finish tightening
by turning 1 to 2 revolutions with
wrench. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Hand tighten. Finish
tightening by turning
1 to 2 revolutions with
wrench.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
Apply sealant to threaded
ends of both hose adapters
and inside of both male
adapters.
5.
To avoid over or under chlorination,
replace eye ball fittings in the return
jets to a smaller or larger size to
adjust back pressure.
6.
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Attach the filter section of flex hose to one hose
adapter and the return section of flex hose to the
other hose adapter with clamps and tighten with
screwdriver. Bi-flow valve design allows water flow
in either direction.
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Isolating the Sparco System by installing a corrosion
resistant check valve is recommended.
10
2.
adapters into each
4. Screw
end of Sparco System.
3.
4-8 psi Back Pressure
10 x 1 1/4” Phillips
Pan Head Screws with
Washers
• Install after all equipment and
as far as possible from heater.
• Any additional sanitizing
equipment that is installed with the
Sparco System must be installed after
the Sparco System (never before) on the
return line to the pool.
7.
For better stability, the Sparco
System may be mounted on a base
using Phillips pan head screws.
One in front and one in back.
TOOLS NEEDED
Above Ground Filter Installation
Water
CYCLER
Screwdriver
Meter
ed Pool
Water
CYCLER
Purifier
Meter
ed Pool
Purifier
Pipe Wrench
PIPE
TH
READ
1.
2.
Following pipe thread sealant
directions, brush sealant on to
Sparco System threads in both
ports and both male adapters.
DO NOT USE TAPE.
Screw a male adapter into
Brush sealant onto filter
each port of Sparco System.
threads and on one threaded
Hand tighten. Finish tightening end of nipple.
by turning 1 to 2 revolutions
with wrench.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
3.
MATERIALS NEEDED
Pipe Thread
Sealant
DO NOT USE TAPE
as the
threads on
these units
are not suitable
for this use and leaking or
male adapter failure could
result.
Two 2” Threaded by
1-1/2” Threaded Male
Adapters
One 6” x 1 1/2” TBE PVC
Nipple
One Hose Adapter
1 1/2” x 1 1/2” x 1 1/4”
5.
4.
Screw nipple into the filter return.
Hand tighten. Finish tightening
by turning 1 to 2 revolutions
Brush sealant on threads of one
with wrench.
male adapter (either one) and
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
open threads of nipple.
8.
7.
RECOMMENDED
Corrosion Resistant
Check Valve
4-8 psi Back Pressure
To avoid over or under chlorination,
replace eye ball fittings
in the return jets to a
smaller or larger size to
adjust back pressure.
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Screw Sparco System onto
nipple counter clockwise
until upright and secure.
9.
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
One Section of
1 1/2” Flex Hose
(provided with filter)
One Hose Clamp
6.
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Screw hose adapter into male
adapter on the open end of
the Sparco System.
Brush sealant on threads of
hose adapter and inside male
adapter.
10.
THREADED
REDUCER
BUSHING
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Hand tighten. Finish tightening
by turning 1 to 2 revolutions
with wrench.
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
Attach return section of
hose to the hose adapter
with clamp and tighten with
screwdriver.
THREADED
REDUCER
BUSHING
HOSE ADAPTER
Installing a corrosion resistant
check valve is recommended.
HOSE
ADAPTER
HOSE
ADAPTER
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In Ground, In-line Installation
TOOLS NEEDED
Pipe Wrench
Hacksaw
• Install after all equipment and
as far as possible from heater.
• Any additional sanitizing
equipment that is installed with the
Sparco System must be installed after
the Sparco System (never before) on the
return line to the pool.
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Do NOT install in copper pipe
as chemical corrosion occurs.
Tape Measure
12" to 15"
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
MATERIALS NEEDED
Pipe Thread
Sealant
Primer and
PVC Cement
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Do NOT install an in-line
Cycler off-line.
Water
CYCLER
OR
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Bi-flow valve design allows
water flow in either direction.
12" to 15"
2.
3.
Leave 12” to 15”
above and around
the Sparco
System to allow
room for easy
replacement
of the Sparco
Chamber.
Mete
red Po
ol Purifier
PVC
CEMENT
Two 2” Threaded
x 2” or 1 1/2” Slip
Male Adapters
(not Included)
1.
RECOMMENDED
Corrosion Resistant
Check Valve
#10 x 1 1/4” Phillips
Pan Head Screws with
Washers
Following pipe thread sealant
directions, brush sealant
onto Sparco System
threads in both ports and
both male adapters.
DO NOT USE
PIPE THREAD TAPE
Screw a male adapter
into each port of the Sparco
System. Hand tighten. Finish
tightening by turning 1 to 2
revolutions
with wrench.
DO NOT OVER
TIGHTEN.
Measure the distance
between the Sparco System
male adapters and cut out a
section of pipe 3” less than
that dimension.
Water
CYCLER
Mete
red Po
ol Purifier
Use Phillips pan head
screws through the
mounting holes at the
Sparco System base to
secure the Sparco System
into a treated wood base.
4-8 psi Back Pressure
To avoid over or under chlorination,
replace eye ball fittings
in the return jets to a
smaller or larger size to
adjust back pressure.
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Water
CYCLER
AUTOMATIC
WATER
TREATMENT
SYSTEM
Meter
ed Poo
l Purifier
400
SERIES
6.
PVC
CEMENT
4.
Following Primer directions,
brush Primer on the inside of
the male adapters and to ends
of pipe. Repeat this process
with PVC cement following
directions on that product.
5.
Insert PVC pipe into male
adapters with a twisting
action. Hold in place
5 to 10 seconds to bond.
Isolating the Sparco
System by installing a
corrosion resistant check
valve is recommended.
For Proper Performance
1) If using a multi-speed pump, run pump for at
least 6 hours per day at high speed (at least
40 gpm).
If the pump will run on low speed 24 hours per
day or less than 6 hours per
day on high speed, you must
bleed the air while the pump is
on by unscrewing the cap knob
until water appears. Then screw
the knob back on. Repeat this
process each time the cap is
removed for any reason.
A. With High GPMS
SPARCO
SYSTEM
Install T-fittings exactly as shown.
B. With In-Floor Cleaner - TWO OPTIONS
2) Install system with 4-8 psi back pressure.
The best option is to have two lines. One line with pump, filter, heater
and Sparco System and a second line with a separate pump for the infloor cleaning system (filter optional).
✙
Line 1
FLOW
SPARCO
SYSTEM
✙
Lower back pressures could result
in under chlorination. Adjust eye
ball fittings in the return jets to
a smaller size to increase back
pressure. Contact King Technology
at 800-222-0169 for a cap tapped
for a pressure gauge to determine
back pressure at pool start-up.
OPTION 1- A Two-Line Installation
✙
HEATER
PUMP
FILTER
POOL RETURN
POOL WATER LEVEL
3) Special installation:
• If an in-floor cleaner is included with pool, see diagram B, with two options. Preferred
installation is Option 1 with two separate lines.
• If set-up is a pool and spa combination with common equipment, see diagram C.
•
Any additional sanitizing equipment that is installed with Sparco must be installed after
Sparco (never before) on the return line to the pool.
FLOW
✙
• If water flow is higher than 80 gpm, see
diagram A.
IN-FLOOR
CLEANER VALVE
Line 2
PUMP
FILTER
POOL WATER LEVEL
OPTION 2 - A 3-Way Valve Installation
3-way manual valve or 3-way motor valve plus controls
SPARCO
SYSTEM
PUMP
IN-FLOOR
CLEANER VALVE
FILTER
POOL WATER LEVEL
NOTE: Over chlorination or damage to the
Sparco System or other equipment could result if
these special installations are not used in these
situations.
C. Pool and Spillover Spa Combination
SPARCO
SYSTEM
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Limited One-Year Warranty
King Technology, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser this
unit will be free from any defects in workmanship and/or
material, for a period of one (1) year from the date of original
purchase. This warranty covers body, cap and control dial, but
specifically excludes o-rings. King Technology at its option may
replace any defective parts or the entire unit without charge
after it is determined what is needed to correct any deficiency.
Replacement parts with the exception of o-rings are warranted
for the remainder of the original warranty.
1. To obtain warranty service, you must deliver the unit to King
Technology or its nearest authorized dealer. Shipping expenses
are the purchaser’s responsibility. The name of the nearest
authorized dealer can be obtained by writing or calling King
Technology at the address and telephone number provided
below. Proof of purchase is required when requesting warranty
service. Purchaser must present the sales receipt or other
documentation verifying proof of purchase.
2. This warranty does not cover defects caused by:
Modification, alteration, repair or service of the unit contrary
to the accompanying instructions; physical abuse to or misuse
of the product or operation or installation in a manner contrary
to the accompanying instructions. This warranty also excludes
all costs arising from the installation, adjustment, removal or
replacement of defective units or parts. This warranty also
excludes any and all claims arising out of the chemicals used
in the product or their characteristics.
3. CAUTION - Read carefully – Failure to follow these
instructions will void the warranty. Do not add shock in or
near skimmer.
A. This unit is not designed for shock treatment of pools.
See your pool dealer or distributor for further information
concerning shock treatments.
B. Control dial settings in excess of the recommended
setting levels for trichlor can result in excess sanitizers being
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discharged into the pool. This can result in bleaching or
discoloration of areas around the pool inlet or in some cases
bleaching or discoloration of the entire pool liner or paint.
C. Excess trichlor in the pool can create health hazards to
bathers. Consult each chemical manufacturer’s warnings and
cautions for specifics.
D. Misuse or failure to use the proper chlorine chamber as
directed in the instruction manual may cause damage to
equipment or personal injury. This warranty will be null and
void if this unit is not used with the recommended Chlorine
Chamber.
4. This warranty is the exclusive warranty for the Sparco
System. This warranty is not transferable. KING TECHNOLOGY
MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS TO MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER
MATTER CONCERNING THE SPARCO SYSTEM. Any express
warranty not provided herein, and any remedy for breach of
contract but which for this provision might arise by implication
or operation of law is hereby excluded and disclaimed. THE
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY CUSTOMER IS THE REPAIR
OR REPLACEMENT OF THE UNIT, AND THE RECOVERY OF
DAMAGES WILL NOT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
UNIT. IN NO EVENT WILL KING TECHNOLOGY BE LIABLE FOR
ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL OR PUNITIVE
DAMAGES FROM ANY CAUSE.
5. Under no circumstance shall King Technology be liable to
purchaser or any other person for any damage or loss incurred
because of any chemicals used in the product or their physical
characteristics, or interruption of service of the product, or
any resulting special, incidental or consequential damages or
losses. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you.
Made in U.S.A.
Covered by one or more U.S. Patent Numbers: 4,662,387;
5,076,315; 5,218,983; 6,190,547; 6,210,566
and other U.S. and Foreign Patents Pending
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