System 2TM Modular DE Filter
System 2TM Modular DE Filter
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INSTALLATION, OPERATION & PARTS
This manual should be given to the
owner of this filter.
MODELS
PLD50
PLD70
Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc.
© 2012 Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. All rights reserved. This document is subject to change without notice.
1620 Hawkins Ave., Sanford, NC 27330 • (919) 566-8000
10951 West Los Angeles Ave., Moorpark, CA 93021 • (805) 553-5000
Trademarks and Disclaimers:
System 2™, Posi_Lok™, Sta-Rite® and Pentair Water Pool and Spa® are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of
Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. and/or its affiliated companies in the United States and/or other counties. Unless noted,
names and brands of others that may be used in this document are not used to indicate an affiliation or endorsement
between the proprietors of these names and brands and Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. Those names and brands may be
the trademarks or registered trademarks of those parties or others. Printed in U.S.A.
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Table of Contents
Safety Instructions.............................................................................................2
General Information ..........................................................................................3
Specifications ....................................................................................................4
Installation.........................................................................................................5
Initial Startup .....................................................................................................6
Filter Disassembly / Assembly .......................................................................6-7
Module Cleaning Procedure..............................................................................8
Special Cleaning Instruction...........................................................................8
System Inspection/Winterizing ..........................................................................9
Troubleshooting Guide ....................................................................................10
Repair Parts List..............................................................................................11
READ AND FOLLOW SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS!
This is the safety alert symbol. When you see this symbol on your filter or in
this manual, look for one of the following signal words and be alert to the
potential for personal injury.
warns about hazards that will cause death, serious personal injury,
or major property damage if ignored.
warns about hazards that can cause death, serious personal injury,
or major property damage if ignored.
warns about hazards that will or can cause minor personal injury or
property damage if ignored.
NOTICE indicates special instructions not related to hazards.
Carefully read and follow all safety instructions in this manual and on equipment.
Keep safety labels in good condition; replace if missing or damaged.
WARNING
Hazardous Pressure!
Can cause tank
explosion.
Do not connect filter to
compressed air under any
circumstances.
Incorrectly installed or tested equipment may fail, causing
severe injury or property damage. Read and follow instructions in
owner's manual when installing and operating equipment. Have a
trained pool professional perform all pressure tests.
1. Do not connect system to a city water system or other external source of
pressurized water.
2. Use equipment only in a pool or spa installation.
3. Trapped air in system can cause explosion. BE SURE all air is out of system
before operating or testing equipment.
Before pressure testing, make the following safety checks:
• Check all clamps, bolts, lids, lock rings and system accessories before testing.
• Release all air in system before testing.
• Tighten Sta-Rite® pump trap lids to 30 ft. lbs. (4.1 kg-cm) torque for testing.
• Water pressure for test must be less than 25 PSI (172 kPa).
• Water Temperature for test must be less than 100o F. (38o C).
• Limit test to 24 hours. After test, visually check system to be sure it is ready for
operation. Remove pump trap lid and retighten hand tight only.
NOTICE: These parameters apply to Sta-Rite equipment only. For
non-Sta-Rite equipment, consult equipment manufacturer.
2
GENERAL INFORMATION
When to Clean the Filter
The filter module should normally be
cleaned when the pressure gauge
reading increases 10 PSI over the startup pressure (record the start-up
pressure under “Owner’s Information”,
below, right).
In some pools, accessories such as
fountains or pool cleaners may be
noticeably affected by the normal
decrease in flow as the filter becomes
dirty. If so, clean the filter more
frequently (that is, at a pressure increase
of less than 10 PSI) in order to maintain
the required flow.
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• Clean a new pool as well as possible before filling pool and operating
filter. Excess dirt and large particles of foreign matter in the system can
cause serious damage to the filter and pump.
• With a modular Diatomaceous Earth (DE) filter in place and operating
correctly, clean water is returned to the pool faster than pool water is
being contaminated. A typical pool installation will require approximately
one week to obtain and maintain the sparkle that your filter is capable of
giving you.
• Do not use more than the recommended amount of DE in your filter.
Excess DE can cause a buildup of DE and “bridging” between the pleats
which will plug the filter.
• Maximum pressure is 50 PSI (345 kPa). DO NOT connect the filter to a
city water system or to an individual water well system.
Hazardous pressure. Open air release valve to vent all air
from system before operating system. NEVER operate filter with air
trapped inside.
• The Sta-Rite modular DE filter is designed to filter water for swimming
pools. On a new pool installation, we recommend:
1.Disassemble the filter after the initial cleanup.
Hazardous pressure. To prevent severe injury or major
property damage, exactly follow "Filter Disassembly/Assembly
Procedure" on Pages 6 and 7.
2.Remove and hose down the element assembly to remove spent DE and
contaminants.
• Maintain pool water pH between 7.2 and 7.6.
• Make sure that internal air bleed tube and filter are clean and installed
properly at top of module before operating filter.
• Make sure that Posi-Lok™ Ring is securely locked in place before
operating filter.
• Maintain pressure gauge in good working order. Replace a damaged
gauge immediately.
• Cleaning interval is based on pressure rise, not on length of time filter is
operated. Different water conditions will have different normal cleaning
intervals.
• Check local codes for restrictions on waste water and DE disposal
requirements.
NOTICE: Some pool disinfectants may clog filter module. To maximize
module life and filter cycle time, closely follow disinfectant manufacturer’s
instructions when cleaning pool or filter (see Page 8).
Owner’s Information
Risk of drowning and
falls. Place equipment
at least 4 feet from pool
so that children cannot
climb
over it into pool.
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Do not allow children
to stand or play on filter
or pump.
Serial Number ______________________________________________
Dealer ____________________________________________________
Dealer’s Telephone # _________________________________________
Purchase Date ______________________________________________
Installation Date _____________________________________________
Pressure Gauge Reading at Startup _____________________________
3
SPECIFICATIONS
Filter
Inlet
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Outlet
Pump
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To Pool
38.5"
(978 mm)
Minimum
Service
Height
Air Release Valve
(Pressure Gauge
Behind)
4085 1001
FIGURE 1B – Piping Connections
Posi-Lok™
Ring
Pressure Drop in
Pounds per Square Inch (kPa)
Upper
Tank
Shell
27.75"
(705 mm)
Safety
Latch
Lower
Tank
Shell
From
Pool
18.58" Dia.
(472 mm)
Drain
Plug
4
(27.6)
20
60
10
40
50
30
(76) (114) (151) (189) (227)
(38)
Flow in Gallons Per Minute (LPM)
2148 1195
15" Dia.
(381 mm)
6
(41.4)
2
(13.8)
Inlet
2" NPT
Outlet
2" NPT
9
(62.1)
8
(55.2)
2496 0796
2.25"
(57 mm)
PLD50
PLD70
FIGURE 1A – Dimensions in inches (mm)
FIGURE 2 – Pressure Drop Curve
Table 1 - Recommended DE Manufacturers
Consult your pool service professionals for pool industry recommended DE manufacturer’s.
Table 2 - Filter Specifications
Filter Area sq. ft. (m2)
Lbs. (kg) of DE Used
Maximum Flow Rate gpm (L/m)
Max. Operating Pressure psi (kPa)
Max. Continuous Water Temperature F(C)
PLD50
30(2.8)
6 lbs.(2.7 kg.)
60(227)
50(345)
PLD70
36(3.3)
4 lbs.(1.8 kg.)
70(265)
50(345)
104°(40°)
104°(40°)
One half pound of DE will fill a one pound coffee can.
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70
(265)
INSTALLATION
Installation of filter should only be done by qualified, licensed personnel.
Assembly
• Unpack the pump or pump and base and check for transit damage.
• Open the accessory package.
• Install hoses with adapters and clamps provided in the accessory
package. Run one line from the skimmer to the pump suction port and the
other line from the filter outlet to the pool inlet fitting.
Filter mount must:
• Be solid, level, rigid, vibration free, and provide for adequate drainage.
• Be as close to pool as possible to reduce pressure loss from pipe friction.
• Be protected from excess moisture.
• Provide weather and freezing protection.
• Provide adequate ventilation to prevent motor from overheating.
• Provide space and lighting for easy access for servicing pump and piping
(See Figure 1, Page 4, for space requirements).
• Be installed with the trap suction inlet below the pool water level at all
times (to allow pump to prime).
Piping (See Figure 1B for correct connections):
• Piping must conform to local/state plumbing and sanitary codes.
• Use thread seal tape on all male connections of plastic pipe and fittings.
DO NOT use pipe compounds on plastic pipe; it will cause the pipe to
crack. Do not use sealant on unions – assemble them dry and hand tight.
NOTICE
Make sure that the filter and all
piping can be drained for
winterizing. See “Winterizing”,
Page 9.
• Support pipe independently to prevent strains on filter.
• Fittings restrict flow; for best efficiency use fewest possible fittings.
• For ease of maintenance, use Sta-Rite union couplings to connect the
piping to the filter inlet and outlet ports.
• Keep piping tight and free of leaks: pump suction line leaks may cause
trapped air in filter tank or loss of prime at pump; pump discharge line
leaks may show up as dampness or jets of water.
• NOTICE: Overtightening can crack filter ports.
Valves:
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• Install valves on both sides of the filter to isolate filter for easy servicing.
NOTICE: Install heater downstream of filter. If heater does not incorporate
a check valve, install one at the heater inlet to prevent hot water from
backing up into the filter. Filter modules damaged by excessive heat will
void the warranty.
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• A check valve installed ahead of filter inlet will prevent contaminants from
draining back into pool.
Electrical:
Risk of drowning and
falls. Place equipment
at least 4 feet from pool
so that children cannot
climb
over it into pool.
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Do not allow children
to stand or play on filter
or pump.
• BE SURE filter grounding and bonding meets local and National Electrical
Code standards. All wiring, grounding and bonding of associated
equipment must meet local and National Electrical Code Standards.
Plasto-Joint Stik® is a registered trademark of La-Co Industries, Inc. and Silastic 732® is a registered
trademark of Dow Corning Corp.
5
INITIAL START-UP
Be sure pump is OFF before starting procedure.
Do not operate these filters at more than 50 PSI (345 kPa) under
any circumstances!
Hazardous pressure.
Can cause severe
injury or major
property damage
from tank blow up.
Release all pressure
and read instructions
before working on filter.
Tab
Latch
2149 1195
Figure 3 – Rotate Posi-Lok™
Ring until tab locks behind the
safety latch.
To prevent serious damage to the element fabric, NEVER run
your DE filter without a diatomaceous earth precoat!
1. Securely lock Posi-Lok™ ring in place by rotating ring CLOCKWISE until it
“clicks” past the safety latch (see Figure 3). Stop turning as soon as the
ring clicks past the latch. The ring may feel slightly loose, but it will tighten
up when pump is on and filter is under pressure.
2. Fill trap on pump with water.
3. Open air release valve on top of filter.
4. Open isolation valves.
5. Start pump to purge air from system.
6. When steady stream of water comes from air release valve, close the
valve.
NOTICE: Leaking around the Posi-Lok™ ring may indicate that the ring is
not fully locked. In this case, proceed as follows:
A. Stop the pump, close the isolation valves, and open the air release
valve to release any pressure within the filter.
B. Remove the drain plug and drain all water from the filter.
C. Push down on the top of the filter to fully seat the upper tank shell.
D. Rotate the Posi-Lok™ clockwise until it locks behind the safety latch
(see Figure 3).
E. If the ring was already locked, remove it and the upper tank shell.
Inspect and clean the O-ring and all sealing surfaces. Relubricate the
O-ring.
NOTICE: Lubricate O-ring only with the silicone grease provided or
equivalent, as other lubricants may cause the ring to swell. DO NOT
lubricate
Posi-Lok™ ring or threads on lower tank shell as this may collect grit and
make removal difficult.
7. To prepare precoat slurry, mix diatomaceous earth (DE) and water. Use
four pounds of DE for Model PLD70; use six pounds of DE for Model
PLD50. DO NOT use more DE than recommended.
NOTICE: Using more than the recommended amount of DE will clog the
filter. Using less than the recommended amount will give an uneven
precoat and shorten the life of the element.
8. Empty slurry slowly into skimmer to precoat filter element with an even
filtering precoat.
After filter is operating, record filter pressure gauge reading in owner's
manual for future use.
NOTICE: When installed on a new pool, after approximately 48 hours of
operation disassemble filter and clean out plaster dust , construction debris,
etc. (see “Module Cleaning Procedure", Page 8).
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FILTER DISASSEMBLY/
ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE
Figure 4 –Depress
Depress
safety
latch
Safety
Latch
to unscrew
Posi-Lok™
to unscrew
Posi-Lok™
Ring.
Hazardous pressure. Before disassembling filter:
1. STOP PUMP.
2. CLOSE isolation valves.
3. OPEN air release valve and drain fitting.
4. WAIT until all pressure is released and water drained from filter tank and
system before loosening Posi-Lok™ Ring.
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Disassembly:
Figure 5 – Insert ring2152tab
in slot in
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filter body.
1. Stop the pump.
2. Close isolation valves to prevent flooding.
3. Open air release valve on top of filter tank to release all pressure from
inside of tank.
NOTICE: Make sure that waste water disposal complies with local codes
and ordinances.
4. Remove drain plug and drain all water from tank.
5. Remove Posi-Lok™ ring as follows:
a. Press safety latch (below the ring) toward the tank to release it (see
Figure 4).
b. Hold latch in the release position and rotate ring
COUNTERCLOCKWISE to remove. If ring is difficult to turn, tap gently
with a rubber mallet to overcome initial resistance.
NOTICE: DO NOT use screwdriver or bladed instrument that may damage
shell surfaces to pry tank shells apart.
6. Separate upper and lower tank shell halves using tabs on bottom of
Posi-Lok™ ring. Insert tab into slot located at tank joint and twist ring to
pry shell halves apart. See Figures 5 and 6.
7. Remove O-ring from upper tank shell. Inspect for cuts, cracking,
deformation or signs of wear; replace if necessary.
NOTICE: To avoid strain or damage, allow filter module to drain before
lifting it out of the tank.
SAFETY LATCH (See Figure 7)
Figure 6 – Roll ring to one side to
loosen upper tank half.
The purpose of the safety latch is to hold the Posi-Lok™ ring in the locked
position. If the latch is damaged, replace it as follows:
1. Press down on the small catch behind the safety latch and press or tap the
latch out of the “Tee” slot in the tank (see Figure 7).
2. Snap the new latch into position.
NOTICE: DO NOT operate the filter if the safety latch is damaged or will
not hold the Posi-Lok™ ring in the locked position.
Assembly:
Small
Catch
Figure 7 – Safety Latch
1. Inspect and clean the tank, ring threads and O-ring groove. Replace
damaged parts as necessary.
2. Install the filter by placing the port in the bottom of the filter cartridge over
the tank outlet port. Push down firmly to seal.
3. Ensure that the air bleed assembly on top of the module is clean and
properly mounted.
NOTICE: Lubricate O-ring only with the silicone grease provided or
equivalent, as other lubricants may cause the ring to swell. DO NOT
lubricate Posi-Lok™ ring or threads on lower tank shell as this may
collect grit and make removal difficult.
4. Install the O-ring in the upper tank shell O-ring groove. Be sure that the
O-ring is clean and not twisted.
5. Push the upper tank shell into the lower tank shell to compress the Oring.
6. Place the Posi-Lok™ ring squarely over the tank shell threads and rotate
COUNTERCLOCKWISE until the ring falls into the slots; then rotate
CLOCKWISE until securely latched.
7. Follow instructions in the “Initial Startup” section of this manual.
7
MODULE CLEANING PROCEDURE
When to Clean the Filter
The filter module should normally be
cleaned when the pressure gauge
reading increases 10 PSI over the startup pressure (record the start-up
pressure under “Owner’s Information”,
Page 3).
In some pools, accessories such as
fountains or pool cleaners may be
noticeably affected by the normal
decrease in flow as the filter becomes
dirty. If so, clean the filter more
frequently (that is, at a pressure increase
of less than 10 PSI) in order to maintain
the required flow.
Specialty Filter Cleaners
Consult your pool service
professionals for pool industry
recommended filter cleaners.
Risk of chemical burns. Do not attempt to acid clean the filter or
module. If the filter requires acid cleaning, have a trained pool professional
do the job.
Follow all steps in the “Disassembly” section of this manual.
The filter module should be removed and cleaned when pressure rises more
than 10 psi (69 kPa) above startup pressure. See also “When to Clean the
Filter,” at left.
NOTICE: Do not expose the filter module to sunlight for any extended period
of time.
NOTICE: When sanitizing your pool using PHMB (polyhexamethylene
biquanide based) cleaners, use only PHMB cleaners to clean the module.
When using PHMB sanitizers, the filter module MUST be cleaned more
thoroughly and frequently than for a pool using chlorine. Follow
manufacturer’s instructions carefully. Use of any other type of cleansers with
PHMB pool sanitizers will void the filter’s warranty.
NOTICE: Avoid washing filter debris into the outlet port. Remove drain plug
and flush foreign material from inside of tank before removing filter module.
1. With a hose equipped with a soft flow nozzle, wash as much dirt as
possible off of the filter module while it is still inside the tank. Allow tank to
drain completely.
2. Make sure that the inside of the tank is clean. Lift out the module and
hose it down thoroughly. Spray the entire module surface. Allow module to
drain.
3. Inspect the module. If necessary, repeat the washing operation. If the
module is damaged, replace it.
NOTICE: If this cleaning method does not remove all deposits, see
“Special Cleaning Instructions” section in this manual.
4. Inspect and clean air bleed filter at top of module.
5. Follow all steps in the “Assembly” and “Initial Startup” sections of this
manual.
Special Cleaning Instructions:
Use this procedure to clean scale or oils which are not removed by hosing
down module. Be sure to dispose of spent chemicals according to all
applicable codes and waste disposal ordinances. Use a soft stream nozzle to
minimize flying water and spray.
Risk of fire or explosion. Isolate filter from system before
chemical cleaning; rinse filter and elements completely before returning to
service. If filter cannot be isolated, remove media and clean at another
location. Follow chemical manufacturer’s instructions for use. Do not mix
chemicals except as directed by manufacturer. Do not allow cleaning
chemicals to mix with or to come in contact with chlorine, bromines, other
chemicals, or chemical feed devices.
1. Sponge or spray the module according to chemical manufacturer’s
directions.
2. If soaking is required, remove the module from the filter tank and
submerge it in a separate tank. Follow cleaner manufacturer’s instructions
carefully.
3. After completing chemical manufacturer’s instructions, drain and rinse the
module completely. Dispose of cleaners in accordance with local codes
and disposal ordinances.
4. Rinse the inside of the filter tank. Drain it completely.
5. Follow instructions in the “Assembly” and “Initial Startup” sections of this
manual.
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SYSTEM INSPECTION
General:
Wash the outside of the filter with a mild detergent and water. Rinse off with
a hose.
NOTICE: DO NOT use solvents to clean the filter; solvents may damage
plastic components in the system.
NOTICE: Open the air bleed valve and bleed all air from the filter each time
the pump is stopped and restarted.
Weekly Inspection:
1. Remove debris from the pool skimmer basket.
2. Stop the pump; open the air release valve to release all pressure.
3. Remove the trap cover and basket; remove debris.
4. Check the pump for leaks. If found, see the pump owner's manual.
5. Replace the trap basket and the cover. Tighten the cover securely hand
tight. DO NOT use a lid wrench to tighten it.
6. Start the pump. When the filter air release valve runs a solid stream of
water, close the valve.
7. When the system has returned to normal operation, check the filter
pressure. If the filter pressure is 10 PSI (69kPa) or more higher than the
initial startup pressure, the filter needs cleaning. See “Module Cleaning
Procedure”, Page 8.
WINTERIZING
Explosion hazard. Purging the system with compressed air can
cause components to explode, with risk of severe injury or death to anyone
nearby. Use only a low pressure (below 5 PSI), high volume blower when air
purging the pump, filter, or piping.
NOTICE: Protect the filter from freezing. Allowing the filter to freeze will
damage it and will void the warranty.
NOTICE
The filter outlet piping will not empty
through the filter drain. Make sure that
the outlet piping has a separate drain for
winterizing.
1. Clean the filter according to instructions (Page 8) before winterizing.
2. Stop the pump.
3. Open the air release valve; open all the system valves.
4. Remove the drain plugs from the trap, pump, and filter.
5. Drain the system piping.
A. Gravity drain system as far as possible.
B. Protect areas which retain water with non-toxic propylene glycol
antifreeze (“RV antifreeze”).
6. Loosen the union nuts (if used) to drain all water from the filter interior.
Leave these nuts loose until the system is restarted.
7. Disassemble the filter (follow instructions under “Filter Disassembly”,
Pages 6 and 7). Remove the filter module and store it in a warm, dry
area.
8. If the filter is equipped with an optional internal spring check valve (in the
tank outlet), manually open the check valve to allow any water trapped in
the tank to drain.
9. Cover the filter with plastic or tarpaulin to prevent water entrance and
freezing.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
closely and clean thoroughly (see Page 8).
C. Water is chemically out of balance; consult pool
professional.
D. Excessive air in filter; non-precoated areas may
plug. Vent air from tank and check for pump
suction pipe leaks. Clean air bleed filter in grid
assembly with a hose and soft flow nozzle.
E. Filter is too small. Install an additional filter.
F. Pool water contains iron. See “Special Cleaning
Instructions”, Page 8.
G. Algae in pool. Apply heavy dose of chlorine or
algicide as recommended by the pool
manufacturer.
H. Use of incorrect chemicals with PHMB sanitizers.
Replace filter module.
I. Not enough D.E. precoat. Filter requires 6 lbs.
(2.7 kg.) of D.E. for adequate precoat.
1. Short Cycle Time:
NOTICE: Cycle Time will vary with each installation
and between different areas of the country. The
following causes and remedies are for cycle times
shorter than normal for your area.
A. Chlorine residual too low; maintain proper
residual (consult pool professional for
recommendation).
B. Flow rate too high; restrict flow to rated capacity
of filter (see instruction plate on filter or
specifications on Page 4).
C. Filter is too small; install an additional filter.
D. Improper/insufficient precoat; see precoat
instructions (Page 6).
E. Filter module is dirty or plugged; thoroughly
clean the filter (see No. 4, “Plugged Module
Cloth”, and “Module Cleaning Procedure", Page
8).
F. Too much DE; check for clogged filter module.
G. Water is chemically out of balance; consult pool
professional.
H. Algae in the pool. Apply heavy dose of chlorine
or algicide as recommended by the pool
manufacturer.
5. Pool Water Not Clean:
A. Chlorine residual too low; maintain adequate
chlorine residual (consult pool service technician
for recommendation).
B. Broken filter module passing DE into pool;
replace defective module.
C. Insufficient or improper precoat; follow precoating
instructions and use recommended amount of
DE (see Page 6).
D. Inadequate turnover rate; consult dealer to verify
that equipment is properly sized for your pool.
E. Pump is too large and is overpumping. Reduce
the flow rate.
F. The filter is installed backwards. Reinstall it
correctly.
G. Pool water contains iron. See “Special Cleaning
Instructions”, Page 8.
H. Heavy or improper application of powdered
chlorine tablets using a binder. See “Special
Cleaning Instructions”, Page 8.
I. Algae in the pool. Apply heavy dose of chlorine
or algicide as recommended by the pool
manufacturer.
2. Low Flow/High Pressure:
A. Elements plugged; clean filter thoroughly (see
Page 8).
B. Pipe blocked downstream from filter; remove
obstruction.
C. Piping too small; use larger pipe (consult dealer
for sizing).
D. Filter area too small; install an auxiliary filter
(consult dealer for recommendation).
E. Outlet port check valve obstructed (if applicable);
remove obstruction to allow valve to open.
3. Low Flow/Low Pressure:
A. Pump too small; consult dealer for
recommendations.
B. Plugged pump or plugged hair and lint trap;
clean thoroughly.
6. Pool Accessories Stop Working:
4. Plugged Module Cloth:
A. Clean filter and observe performance of
accessories.
B. If accessories perform better after filter has been
cleaned, use a shorter cleaning cycle for the filter
(that is, clean the filter after a pressure rise of
less than 10 PSI).
NOTICE: The pleated filter material may look matted
after use. However, as long as the DE adheres to the
pleated cloth, the filter is operating properly.
A. Insufficient precoat; see precoat instructions
(Page 6).
B. Insufficient cleaning; follow cleaning instructions
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REPAIR PARTS
11
Key
No.
1
12
2
10
3
13
4
14
5
RELEASE
6
7
OUTLET
8
9
Base rotated 90 to show
check valves installed.
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4
5
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8
9
10
11
12
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Description
Posi-Lok™ ring
Air release valve assembly
Tank shell upper half*
Tank O-ring
Tank shell lower half
Safety latch for ring
1-1/2” NPT plug w/O-ring
Adapter fitting
2” x 1-1/2” Pipe reducer**
Pressure gauge***
Air bleed assembly
Filter module (PLD50)
Filter module (PLD70)
Flapper valve
Spring check valve**
Platform base§
Accessory package
Decal, logo
Decal, warning
Decal, operating instr.
Decal, nameplate (PLD50)
Decal, nameplate (PLD70)
Decal, Inlet
Owner’s manual
Thread seal tape***
O-ring grease***
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27001-0054
25010-0200
27001-0020S
27001-0061S
27001-0009S
27001-0051
27001-0017S
24900-0510
U78-820P
15060-0000T
24800-0122
27002-0030S
27002-0036S
27001-0011
27001-0130S
–
27001-0140
27001-0041
27001-0042
27003-0043
27003-0045
27003-0048
32165-4010
S339
U97-58
34725-0013
Not illustrated.
Includes all decals and labels.
Optional equipment.
Shipped in accessory package.
Included with purchase of complete system only.
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