Pool Cover Specialists Infinity 4000
INFINITY 4000TM
OWNERS MANUAL
&
SAFETY INFORMATION
POOL COVER SPECIALISTS NATIONAL, INC.
1-800-369-5152
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Memorandum
Table of Contents
Operating Instructions
INFINITY 4000™
Fabric Strength
Annual Maintenance
Water Level
Drainage
Care of Fabric
Inspect for Deterioration
Track Maintenance
Cover Retracted too Far
Rain Water Removal
Operation of the Rule 1800 Pump
Patching a Hole in the Fabric
Covering the Pool Manually
Uncovering the Pool Manually
Winterizing Your Cover
Chemicals
Electrical Data
IMPORTANT INFORMATION! PLEASE READ!
WARNING: Avoid Drowning Risk (Important Safety Instructions)
Pool Safety Rules
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty Covering Electrical Components
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty: INFINITY 4000™
Manufacturer’s Limited Fabric Warranty (84 Month Prorata)
Touchpad Programming Instructions
Memorandum Page (Consumer Notes)
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Pool Cover Specialists National , Inc.
Touchpad Programming Instructions
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING
AN INFINITY 4000TM
Notice that the face of the Touchpad contains a red light and a green light. The red light indicates that the Touchpad has power but is in a “locked” condition. The green light indicates that
the Touchpad is “active” and will permit the user to open or close the pool cover.
Since the founding of Pool Cover Specialists,
Inc., in 1985, the company’s purpose has been to
provide safety, savings, and convenience to families like yours. Although the Pool Cover Specialists
Team continues to strive diligently to provide its
customers with the finest safety covers available,
drownings still rank among the leading causes
of death for young children; consequently, the
team wishes to stress the following precautions:
Instructions for Reprogramming either the Supervisor Code or the User Code:
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Pool Cover Specialists National, Inc. strongly
recommends layers of protection, of which
your new safety pool cover is one.
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There is no substitute for constant adult
supervision. Most drownings occur during a
five-minute or less lapse in supervision.
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Do not consider young children “water-safe”
just because they have had swimming lessons.
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Instruct babysitters about the potential
backyard hazards.
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Install a telephone poolside with emergency
numbers posted, as well as your home address.
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Beware of a free-floating cover. A child can
slip beneath such a cover unnoticed.
NOTE: The Touchpad has two programmable codes: A Supervisor Code and a User Code.
Use the Supervisor Code to change the User and Supervisor Codes, and use the User Code
alone to activate the Touchpad when operating the pool cover. The initial (default) Supervisor
Code programmed into the Touchpad by the manufacturer is “12345678” and the initial
(default) User Code programmed into the Touchpad by the manufacturer is “4321”.
1. On the Touchpad, enter the Supervisor Code (12345678), which will cause both the green
and red lights to illuminate.
2. Press “1” on the Touchpad, followed by a new four-digit User Code, or press “3” on the
Touchpad, followed by a new eight-digit Supervisor Code. Note: After pressing “1” or “3”,
the red light will extinguish. Upon inputting the new code, the red light will
re-illuminate (both the green and red lights will now be illuminated).
3. Press any key except one “1” or “3” to exit, causing the green light to extinguish.
Instructions for Operating the Cover Using the User Code Created Above:
1. Input the four-digit User Code, causing the red light to extinguish and the green light to
illuminate.
2. Press the “open” key to retract the cover or press the “close” key to extend the cover.
3. To lock the Touchpad, press any key except “open” or “close.” If the Touchpad is left
active for more than one minute and thirty seconds, the Touchpad will automatically lock.
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Dear Pool Cover Owner:
Each year Pool Cover Specialists National, Inc.
spends time and money to communicate these and
other precautions to the public; however, we know
that your recommendations to your neighbors,
friends, and family members serve as the most
effective method to accomplish the spread of this
important information--more so than any type of
paid advertising.
As a personal Thank You for making another
pool safe, we offer cash or discount certificates for
leads that result in a sale of one of our safety pool
covers. If you are the first to let us know about any
potential lead resulting in a sale, we will gratefully
reward you with from $50.00 to $200.00. Please use
our toll-free, National Sales Hotline at 1-800-3695152 if you know of anyone expressing an interest in
purchasing a safety pool cover system or seeking
information about the various types of safety cover
systems available.
Again, on behalf of the entire Pool Cover
Specialists Team and the pool professional from
whom you purchased your pool cover system, we
thank you for your commitment to pool safety.
Please enjoy your pool and swim safely.
Sincerely,
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Always roll your pool cover completely off
the pool before swimming since someone
could become trapped underneath a partially
opened cover.
Jen Huber
President, Pool Cover Specialists National, Inc.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
THE INFINITY 4000TM
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE
COVER WITHOUT FOLLOWING THE
INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. FAILURE TO
DO SO COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY OR DAMAGE TO THE COVER.
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Manufactured with the highest quality of materials and engineered for low maintenance and ease of
operation, your INFINITY 4000TM cover system will
offer you years and years of dependable service with
just routine maintenance. As with any precision-engineered machinery, however, failure to provide proper
maintenance or to abide by the Operating
Instructions will adversely affect the performance of
your system. The manufacturer urges you, therefore,
to familiarize yourself with each section of this manual.
Maintain a clear view of the pool when operating the cover.
Do not operate the cover with swimmers in the pool.
When covering the pool, release the control
lever the moment the cover reaches closure.
If the cover becomes skewed or obstructed,
release the control lever immediately, back the
cover up a few feet, then proceed forward again.
(If the cover continues to “jam,” or becomes
“skewed,” stop the cover again and contact an
authorized technician to correct the problem.)
Do not operate the cover when the water level is
low. (Severe damage to mechanism and/or fabric
could result.)
Restrict children and adults unfamiliar with
these instructions from using the cover by
removing the key from the control whenever the
cover is not being operated.
Do not walk on the cover except during an
emergency.
Close the cover and remove the key whenever
the pool is unattended.
Keep rain water/standing water pumped from
the top of the cover. (Standing water could pose
a serious health threat.)
If the cover consistently comes back crooked or
experiences excessive tension, discontinue use
until the cover has been serviced by an
authorized technician.
Pay close attention to proper pool water chemistry. (Water that is consistently out of balance
could result in extensive damage to the fabric.
Examine the cover periodically for wear. When
the fabric becomes brittle and develops cracks,
order a replacement fabric. (A badly-worn
cover may not safely support weight during an
emergency.)
Enjoy your pool! (Proper use of your INFINITY
4000TM will not only give you peace of mind
but will save time and money as well, making
your pool ownership the pleasurable experience
it should be.)
FABRIC STRENGTH
The INFINITY 4000TM is a “safety cover” which
meets or exceeds all of the A.S.T.M. standards for
safety covers. It creates a protective barrier capable
of supporting the weight of several people; however,
intentional playing or walking on the fabric is discouraged since such activity increases the likelihood
of sharp objects penetrating the fabric and could also
interfere with the even roll-up and extension of the
fabric.
Since the INFINITY 4000TM is a “floating” safety cover, the ability to support the weight of heavy
objects (i.e., several thousand pounds of snow)
would be compromised by an inadequate water
level in the pool. The cover was not designed to
accommodate situations where less than eighty-five
percent of the cover’s under-surface is making
direct contact with water. It is the pool water itself
that supports the tremendous weight of snow or
other heavy objects. The cover simply provides a
protective barrier between the water and any
objects resting on the top of the cover. Failure to
maintain an adequate water level when the cover is
in use could result in extensive damage to the fabric
or a separation of the track from the coping to
which it is anchored. More importantly, inadequate
support created by an insufficient water level
beneath the cover could compromise the cover’s
ability to perform as a safety barrier. Therefore, be
sure that your pool water is kept at its normal level,
not just during the swimming season but during the
“off season” as well.
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3. The Limited Warranty does not cover tears or lacerations to the fabric, rope, or webbing. (See
the Owners Manual and Installation Questionnaire for suggestions about how to avoid operator
error that could lead to tears or lacerations in the cover fabric, rope or webbing.)
4. The Limited Warranty does not include labor to remove or re-install a warranted fabric.
WHAT CONDITIONS WOULD VOID THE LIMITED WARRANTY?
1. Conditions caused by improper chemical balance, abuse, neglect, improper operation, unreasonable use, or failure to provide maintenance of fabric, rope, or mechanism as outlined in the
Owners Manual will void the Limited Warranty.
2. Failure to have the cover installed, maintained, or repaired by authorized service personnel during the Limited Warranty period or to pay all charges in accordance with original contract terms
will void this Limited Warranty.
3. Unless installed by factory-employed technicians (NOTE: Dealers who purchase our systems
for re-sale to consumers are NOT employed by the manufacturer), this Limited Warranty does not
cover damage resulting from improper installation. The manufacturer recommends that you get
clarification from the dealer from whom you purchased your cover as to the extent to which the
dealer warrants his installation labor.
WHAT STEPS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO INITIATE WARRANTY COVERAGE?
1. To obtain replacement or repair under the terms of the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty,
send proof of purchase together with a description of the problem to the address listed at the bottom of this page or call the toll-free number with the afore-mentioned information.
2. Upon receipt of authorization from the manufacturer, the detective fabric must be returned to
the manufacturer's repair facility, shipping pre-paid, in order to facilitate repair under the terms of
the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty. Upon completion of the repair or replacement of the
fabric, return-shipping charges are the responsibility of the owner. If you have any questions
regarding the terms or limitations of the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty, please contact
the Customer Service Department at the 800 telephone number listed below.
The manufacturer makes no additional claims of warranty protection, either expressed
or inferred, other than those stated herein.
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MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED FABRIC WARRANTY
(84 MONTH PRORATA)
IS THIS A GOOD WARRANTY?
Yes. The Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty is designed to provide you with the best longterm protection in the industry. Equally important, however, the manufacturer believes that the
best way to ensure your satisfaction is to clearly explain what is covered and what is not coveredwith no "surprises" and no misleading small print to confuse or mislead you. The manufacturer
recommends that you not only review the warranty carefully but that you also read both the
Owners Manual and Installation Questionnaire very thoroughly and that you contact your dealer
or the manufacturer if you have any questions at all about warranty protection or how to get the
most trouble-free use from your cover system.
WHAT IS COVERED?
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
CARE OF FABRIC
The key to longevity of your fabric is proper
water balance as well as regular care and cleaning
of the fabric.
The INFINITY 4000TM has been carefully
designed for low maintenance requirements. To
ensure maximum performance of your system, however, the manufacturer recommends an annual
“spring service,” particularly in areas where the pool
is not used during the winter season. Seasonal inactivity and other factors, like high humidity and wide
temperature variations, enhance the likelihood that a
moving part may become “stiff” or “frozen.” During
an Annual tune-up, all moving parts are checked and
lubricated; debris is removed from the mechanism
“housing”; the track is cleaned and tightened, and
rope tension is checked to ensure smooth movement
of the cover.
Care of the cover is as simple as removing
any sharp objects before rolling the fabric around the
roller and removing leaves, insects, dirty water, etc.
before they have a chance to affect the vinyl by
leaving a residue. When the cover does become
soiled from dirt, organic matter, undissolved solids
from chemicals, the cover should be rinsed off with
fresh, clean water. To remove suntan lotion or leaf
stains, try using a small amount of diluted non-detergent cleanser (i.e., Ivory Flakes). NEVER use detergents on vinyl material.
WATER LEVEL
1. The manufacturer warrants its fabric against SHRINKAGE to the extent that the cover is not
rendered inoperable as a result of "stress" created from a "tight cover." Subject to the proration
and exclusions described below, the manufacturer, upon verification of the defect, agrees, at its
option, to either repair the fabric by replacing the webbing on both sides with a wider material
designed to restore the necessary slack or replace the fabric material.
2. The manufacturer warrants its fabric against DETERIORATION to the extent that water not be
allowed to penetrate the fabric in sufficient quantity to render the cover inoperable. Subject to the
proration and exclusions described below, the manufacturer, upon verification of the defect,
agrees, at its option, to either repair or replace the fabric.
WHAT IS THE PRORATED COST?
1. The price of repair or replacement will be prorated monthly for eighty-four (84) months from
the date of purchase.
2. The proration will be applied to the cost of a replacement fabric based on the most current retail
price list available at the time Limited Warranty coverage is provided.
3. Although proration is computed monthly from the date of purchase, proration will be exempted during the first three (3) years.
4. The cover must be returned to the manufacturer in order for repair or replacement to be facilitated under the terms of the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty. If shipment is required, the
cover must be returned to the manufacturer by prepaid freight. Return shipping costs are also the
responsibility of the owner.
WHAT CONDITIONS ARE NOT COVERED?
1. The Limited Warranty does not cover "pinholes" or fading of the fabric color.
2. The Limited Warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages (See the Owners
Manual and Installation Questionnaire for suggestions about how to avoid operator error that
could lead to consequential damage to your system.)
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Patch even the smallest holes. Vinyl patch material and glue can be obtained from your dealer. If
water penetrates the vinyl and comes in contact with
the scrim (the thread-like reinforcement), the scrim
will soak up water, carrying chemicals and contaminates to the inside of the material, which will lead to
stiffening and/or contamination of the vinyl.
Patching should be done on both sides, if possible.
Since the INFINITY 4000TM was designed as a
“floating” cover, failure to maintain the recommended water level in your pool could adversely affect
the operation of your cover and result in damage to
both fabric and mechanism. Do not attempt to
operate the cover if the water level is so low that less
than 85% of the cover’s surface is making direct
contact with the pool water.
The primary thing to remember regarding chemicals and your new cover is that you will almost certainly have to change the quantity of chemicals and
the frequency of chemical application. With the
proper use of the cover, chemicals will dissipate at a
substantially diminished rate. Most Important: You
must avoid a build up in the quantity of chemicals in
the pool water. Such a build up may create improper
balance, which may cause deterioration of the vinyl
cover. After adding chemicals to your pool, allow the
chemicals to circulate before closing the cover.
Another reason to maintain an appropriate
water level is to support rain and snow that may
accumulate on the cover’s surface. With ample
water in the pool, the cover will support tremendous
amounts of snow or rain water until it is pumped off;
without such protection, however, the weight created
by just a few inches of snow or water could cause
the cover to separate along the sides or allow the
track to pull away from the coping. Always, maintain a normal water level.
Please pay particular importance to the chemicals you use. Chlorine can vary in pH value dramatically. Long-term imbalance or consistently fluctuating pH can ruin your vinyl cover in just a season or
two. Making sure your water is balanced should be
on the top of your checklist!
DRAINAGE
The mechanism housing, on recessed models of
the INFINITY 4000TM , is designed to act as a drain
for water that may find its way into the housing.
Keep the housing free of debris by cleaning it at
least once a year. Note this procedure is accomplished as part of the annual “spring tune-up” recommended by the manufacturer.
Please make sure that your pool service company or whoever is in charge of pool maintenance is
fully aware of this information. Obtain a good test
kit. A good rule of thumb: Do not cover any water
you would not swim in. WARNING: Never leave
an open pool unattended.
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INSPECT FOR
DETERIORATION
been put back in the track manually. To accomplish
this, remove the screw that holds the nylon guide in
place. Feed the cover through the nylon guide and
into the track groove; re-fasten the nylon guide. It
should now be safe to run the cover. If the webbing
is badly frayed, however, you may need to remove
the frayed portion with a pair of scissors before
rethreading. If the corner of the cover is damaged
extensively, it may be necessary to splice in a new
corner. Note: If you own a limit-switch model that
fails to stop automatically or retracts several inches
unevenly, contact your dealer for service immediately. Consequential damage to a fabric resulting
from continued use of a cover with failed limit
switches is not covered under the manufacturer’s
Limited Warranty.
Give your fabric a thorough inspection at least
twice a year. Over the years, depending on your
cover's exposure to chemicals, dirt and sun, the vinyl
will become brittle and eventually begin to crack.
When this occurs, the polyester mesh will be
exposed and begin to change the capability of your
cover to support weight. Inspection for this kind of
deterioration should begin with examination for
leaks. Patch the holes immediately. Any change in
the feel of the vinyl, such as brittleness or stiffness,
can indicate a problem.
RAIN WATER REMOVAL
If the mesh becomes exposed, repair the cover
immediately. Inspect the sewing along the side of the
cover. If threads are broken or frayed, the strength of
the cover will be diminished. If you suspect a problem, please call your dealer immediately.
Since water on top of your cover could result
in drowning, remove it as quickly as possible with
the submersible pump provided with your system.
Designed to activate automatically during the presence of water, the pump should be placed on the
cover anytime your pool is covered. NOTE: Be
aware that water accumulation on top of the cover
can come from holes or leaks in the cover or from
over-spray and misdirected sprinklers.
TRACK MAINTENANCE
Dirt and sand can build up around the fabric
inside the track, especially when the cover is not frequently used, resulting in possible impairment of the
cover's operation, uneven retraction, and premature
wear of the fabric's nylon webbing. To flush out the
track, first retract the cover, then squirt water under
pressure down the full length of each track. Also,
since your track is the primary means of anchoring
your cover to your pool, inspection of the fasteners
used to hold your track to the pool sides is as important as inspecting the cover. Make sure that all the
screws are tight and immediately replace any missing
track screws.
Do not be fooled into thinking that a small
amount of water on your cover is "safe"; puddles
on the cover can become consolidated into a pool
of water several inches deep where weight is
applied, causing water to migrate to the depression.
Normally, placement of the pump onto the cover
will create a large enough depression to allow
accumulated water to gravitate to the depression.
"Snaking" the hose attached to the pump along the
cover surface will also help move the water toward
the depression created by the pump.
COVER RETRACTED TOO FAR
WARNING: Your pump is an electrical device
and caution should be used when handling the
pump and cord around water. Place the pump on
the cover first; then, plug in the pump. DO NOT
stand on a wet surface while using the pump. Your
pump should not be used for any other application
other than specified in these instructions. NOTE:
Do not allow the pump to remain tipped over. The
automatic on/off feature will not work if the pump is
on its side. Keep your pump clean and well maintained at all times.
Some models do not contain automatic
forward/reverse limit switches. On such models,
releasing the control lever is the only means of stopping the forward or reverse movement of the cover.
Since the cover moves quite rapidly, extreme caution
should be exercised when rolling the cover off the
pool and, under no circumstances, should an
untrained individual be allowed to operate the cover.
If the cover is accidentally retracted too far, do
not attempt to roll the cover out until the cover has
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DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN YOUR COVER
WITH WATER ON IT. Also, be aware that if a significant amount of water collects on top of the cover,
it will displace the water in the pool, resulting in a
low water level. This displaced water will need to be
replaced since the weight of the cover and proper
operation of the cover depend on normal water level
for support. KEEP YOUR WATER LEVEL UP AT
ALL TIMES.
the pump will restart automatically upon restoration
of the power. When not in use, the pump should be
disconnected from the power source.
NOTE: The pump may be re-started at any time
by disconnecting the power, waiting five seconds,
and then reconnecting the power. If no water is present, the pump will only run momentarily. If water is
present, the pump will continue to run until the water
is removed.
OPERATION OF THE
RULE 1800 PUMP
IMPELLER JAMMING: The Rule 1800 is
equipped with a protective circuit which will prevent
damage to the pump should it ever become jammed
with debris. The pump will continue to test for water
every few minutes and shut itself off if no water is
present or if the impeller is unable to move. If the
pump should jam due to debris, the debris should be
removed as soon as possible so that the pump can
return to its normal automatic pumping mode.
The computerized, automatic control system in
the pump assures that the pump will not run needlessly. When immersed in water, the pump will begin
pumping immediately upon being plugged in. After
pumping the water out, the pump will automatically
stop. The pump will then periodically cycle and run
for less than a second if no water is present. If water
is present, the pump will continue pumping until the
water is removed. In the event of a power outage,
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CURE
Pump doesn’t run.
Electrical connections.
Check electrical receptacle for
power. Check fuse and/or circuit
breaker. Is the 3-prong G.F.C.I outlet grounded and in good condition?
Is the plug making good contact?
Pump runs, doesn’t pump water.
Air Lock.
Check the hose. Is it running level
or downward? Are there any loops?
Pump only runs a few seconds.
Insufficient water level. Blocked
discharge line.
Water level must be above strainer.
PATCHING A HOLE
IN THE FABRIC
patched. Wait until both surfaces are "tacky." Then
join them together. For small "pinholes," clean the
area and seal with a drop of glue. When possible, the
cover should be patched on both sides.
To repair a leak in the fabric, retract the cover
until the area to be repaired is on the top of the deck.
Clean the area around the hole thoroughly and dry
the fabric. The patch should have rounded corners
and overlap all sides of the hole or tear by one inch.
Apply the vinyl glue (available from your cover
dealer) to the patch as well as the area to be
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Unplug; remove debris from hose.
COVERING THE
POOL MANUALLY
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In the event of an emergency (ie., a power outage), it is possible to cover the pool manually,
although it is highly recommended that you contact
an authorized service technician to accomplish this
procedure. Covering the pool manually requires two
people. Remove the shifting collar to separate the
main shaft from the motor shaft. Pull a few feet of
rope from the rope reels located on the motor side of
the mechanism. Pull evenly on both ropes until the
cover is over the pool (it may be easier to pull the
cover forward if a person is on each side of the pool,
pulling forward on the leading edge in synchronization with whoever is pulling the ropes). It may be
necessary to remove the aluminum lid to facilitate
this task. It may also help to unroll a little fabric
manually before pulling the material in the track.
develop during the period when the pool is winterized. Keep all water pumped off of your cover as
freezing temperatures approach in the fall in order
for your cover to go through winter with as little
water on top as possible. When spring weather
arrives or a winter thaw occurs, pump the cover off.
If precautions are taken, your cover will survive any
normal winter.
CHEMICALS
It is important to note that with your INFINITY
4000TM , you will use far fewer chemicals than
uncovered pools require. Uncovered pools require
chlorinating at a constant rate because of constant
dissipation. With proper use of your cover, however,
loss of chemicals due to dissipation will be substantially diminished. The use of constant chlorinating
may, in fact, be detrimental to the longevity of the
cover material. It is important that you maintain
proper chemical balance in your pool water. Over
time, improper pool chemistry can damage the fabric
and significantly impair its longevity. Also, avoid
covering your pool for several hours following an
application of any kind of "burn out" or "super chlorinating treatment". A deterioration of your fabric
caused by improper chemical use is not covered by
the manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty.
UNCOVERING THE
POOL MANUALLY
This operation requires two people. Remove the
aluminum lid by removing all the hinge screws.
Remove the shifting collar to separate the main shaft
from the motor shaft. With one person on each side,
pull the cover back, sliding the material out of the
ends of the track. Try to pull the material as level
with the track as possible. “Accordion-fold” the
material as it comes out in back of the mechanism.
The “trick” is to pull both sides simultaneously,
exerting the same amount of energy and maintaining
the same rhythm. It may help to pull some rope off
of the two reels to reduce the tension. Unless an
emergency exists that would not permit waiting for a
technician, manual removal of your cover should be
accomplished only by an authorized technician.
ELECTRICAL DATA
Code requirements are such that the unit should
have been properly grounded when installed and
wired to a GFI (ground fault indicator) breaker.
Periodically, the ground and the breaker should be
tested. A power source other than one connected to a
GFI breaker should never be used around a swimming pool! If the mechanism housing has been
flooded or any of the electrical connections have
been compromised (i.e., bare wires), do not operate
the system or go near the pool until a qualified electrician has made repairs and determined that the risk
of electrical shock has been eliminated. Note: Do not
continue to activate the control lever if the cover is
bound up and fails to move the cover. Approximately
twenty seconds of such activation could burn up the
interior wires of the motor and destroy it. Such an
act would constitute abuse of the system and void the
electrical Limited Warranty.
WINTERIZING YOUR COVER
Particularly in colder climates, it is important
that the pool water be kept at normal level during
the winter. Only then will the water or snow be
adequately supported, preventing damage to the
fabric and track. Just a few inches of water on the
cover can result in a thousand pounds or more of
weight that could severely damage fabric, metal, or
concrete if not supported by water underneath.
Once the water on your cover has become
frozen, do not attempt to remove the cover until a
thaw occurs; however, it still may be possible to add
water to the pool through the skimmer should a leak
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although it is highly recommended that you contact
an authorized service technician to accomplish this
procedure. Covering the pool manually requires two
people. Remove the shifting collar to separate the
main shaft from the motor shaft. Pull a few feet of
rope from the rope reels located on the motor side of
the mechanism. Pull evenly on both ropes until the
cover is over the pool (it may be easier to pull the
cover forward if a person is on each side of the pool,
pulling forward on the leading edge in synchronization with whoever is pulling the ropes). It may be
necessary to remove the aluminum lid to facilitate
this task. It may also help to unroll a little fabric
manually before pulling the material in the track.
develop during the period when the pool is winterized. Keep all water pumped off of your cover as
freezing temperatures approach in the fall in order
for your cover to go through winter with as little
water on top as possible. When spring weather
arrives or a winter thaw occurs, pump the cover off.
If precautions are taken, your cover will survive any
normal winter.
CHEMICALS
It is important to note that with your INFINITY
4000TM , you will use far fewer chemicals than
uncovered pools require. Uncovered pools require
chlorinating at a constant rate because of constant
dissipation. With proper use of your cover, however,
loss of chemicals due to dissipation will be substantially diminished. The use of constant chlorinating
may, in fact, be detrimental to the longevity of the
cover material. It is important that you maintain
proper chemical balance in your pool water. Over
time, improper pool chemistry can damage the fabric
and significantly impair its longevity. Also, avoid
covering your pool for several hours following an
application of any kind of "burn out" or "super chlorinating treatment". A deterioration of your fabric
caused by improper chemical use is not covered by
the manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty.
UNCOVERING THE
POOL MANUALLY
This operation requires two people. Remove the
aluminum lid by removing all the hinge screws.
Remove the shifting collar to separate the main shaft
from the motor shaft. With one person on each side,
pull the cover back, sliding the material out of the
ends of the track. Try to pull the material as level
with the track as possible. “Accordion-fold” the
material as it comes out in back of the mechanism.
The “trick” is to pull both sides simultaneously,
exerting the same amount of energy and maintaining
the same rhythm. It may help to pull some rope off
of the two reels to reduce the tension. Unless an
emergency exists that would not permit waiting for a
technician, manual removal of your cover should be
accomplished only by an authorized technician.
ELECTRICAL DATA
Code requirements are such that the unit should
have been properly grounded when installed and
wired to a GFI (ground fault indicator) breaker.
Periodically, the ground and the breaker should be
tested. A power source other than one connected to a
GFI breaker should never be used around a swimming pool! If the mechanism housing has been
flooded or any of the electrical connections have
been compromised (i.e., bare wires), do not operate
the system or go near the pool until a qualified electrician has made repairs and determined that the risk
of electrical shock has been eliminated. Note: Do not
continue to activate the control lever if the cover is
bound up and fails to move the cover. Approximately
twenty seconds of such activation could burn up the
interior wires of the motor and destroy it. Such an
act would constitute abuse of the system and void the
electrical Limited Warranty.
WINTERIZING YOUR COVER
Particularly in colder climates, it is important
that the pool water be kept at normal level during
the winter. Only then will the water or snow be
adequately supported, preventing damage to the
fabric and track. Just a few inches of water on the
cover can result in a thousand pounds or more of
weight that could severely damage fabric, metal, or
concrete if not supported by water underneath.
Once the water on your cover has become
frozen, do not attempt to remove the cover until a
thaw occurs; however, it still may be possible to add
water to the pool through the skimmer should a leak
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DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPEN YOUR COVER
WITH WATER ON IT. Also, be aware that if a significant amount of water collects on top of the cover,
it will displace the water in the pool, resulting in a
low water level. This displaced water will need to be
replaced since the weight of the cover and proper
operation of the cover depend on normal water level
for support. KEEP YOUR WATER LEVEL UP AT
ALL TIMES.
the pump will restart automatically upon restoration
of the power. When not in use, the pump should be
disconnected from the power source.
NOTE: The pump may be re-started at any time
by disconnecting the power, waiting five seconds,
and then reconnecting the power. If no water is present, the pump will only run momentarily. If water is
present, the pump will continue to run until the water
is removed.
OPERATION OF THE
RULE 1800 PUMP
IMPELLER JAMMING: The Rule 1800 is
equipped with a protective circuit which will prevent
damage to the pump should it ever become jammed
with debris. The pump will continue to test for water
every few minutes and shut itself off if no water is
present or if the impeller is unable to move. If the
pump should jam due to debris, the debris should be
removed as soon as possible so that the pump can
return to its normal automatic pumping mode.
The computerized, automatic control system in
the pump assures that the pump will not run needlessly. When immersed in water, the pump will begin
pumping immediately upon being plugged in. After
pumping the water out, the pump will automatically
stop. The pump will then periodically cycle and run
for less than a second if no water is present. If water
is present, the pump will continue pumping until the
water is removed. In the event of a power outage,
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CURE
Pump doesn’t run.
Electrical connections.
Check electrical receptacle for
power. Check fuse and/or circuit
breaker. Is the 3-prong G.F.C.I outlet grounded and in good condition?
Is the plug making good contact?
Pump runs, doesn’t pump water.
Air Lock.
Check the hose. Is it running level
or downward? Are there any loops?
Pump only runs a few seconds.
Insufficient water level. Blocked
discharge line.
Water level must be above strainer.
PATCHING A HOLE
IN THE FABRIC
patched. Wait until both surfaces are "tacky." Then
join them together. For small "pinholes," clean the
area and seal with a drop of glue. When possible, the
cover should be patched on both sides.
To repair a leak in the fabric, retract the cover
until the area to be repaired is on the top of the deck.
Clean the area around the hole thoroughly and dry
the fabric. The patch should have rounded corners
and overlap all sides of the hole or tear by one inch.
Apply the vinyl glue (available from your cover
dealer) to the patch as well as the area to be
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Unplug; remove debris from hose.
COVERING THE
POOL MANUALLY
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In the event of an emergency (ie., a power outage), it is possible to cover the pool manually,
INSPECT FOR
DETERIORATION
been put back in the track manually. To accomplish
this, remove the screw that holds the nylon guide in
place. Feed the cover through the nylon guide and
into the track groove; re-fasten the nylon guide. It
should now be safe to run the cover. If the webbing
is badly frayed, however, you may need to remove
the frayed portion with a pair of scissors before
rethreading. If the corner of the cover is damaged
extensively, it may be necessary to splice in a new
corner. Note: If you own a limit-switch model that
fails to stop automatically or retracts several inches
unevenly, contact your dealer for service immediately. Consequential damage to a fabric resulting
from continued use of a cover with failed limit
switches is not covered under the manufacturer’s
Limited Warranty.
Give your fabric a thorough inspection at least
twice a year. Over the years, depending on your
cover's exposure to chemicals, dirt and sun, the vinyl
will become brittle and eventually begin to crack.
When this occurs, the polyester mesh will be
exposed and begin to change the capability of your
cover to support weight. Inspection for this kind of
deterioration should begin with examination for
leaks. Patch the holes immediately. Any change in
the feel of the vinyl, such as brittleness or stiffness,
can indicate a problem.
RAIN WATER REMOVAL
If the mesh becomes exposed, repair the cover
immediately. Inspect the sewing along the side of the
cover. If threads are broken or frayed, the strength of
the cover will be diminished. If you suspect a problem, please call your dealer immediately.
Since water on top of your cover could result
in drowning, remove it as quickly as possible with
the submersible pump provided with your system.
Designed to activate automatically during the presence of water, the pump should be placed on the
cover anytime your pool is covered. NOTE: Be
aware that water accumulation on top of the cover
can come from holes or leaks in the cover or from
over-spray and misdirected sprinklers.
TRACK MAINTENANCE
Dirt and sand can build up around the fabric
inside the track, especially when the cover is not frequently used, resulting in possible impairment of the
cover's operation, uneven retraction, and premature
wear of the fabric's nylon webbing. To flush out the
track, first retract the cover, then squirt water under
pressure down the full length of each track. Also,
since your track is the primary means of anchoring
your cover to your pool, inspection of the fasteners
used to hold your track to the pool sides is as important as inspecting the cover. Make sure that all the
screws are tight and immediately replace any missing
track screws.
Do not be fooled into thinking that a small
amount of water on your cover is "safe"; puddles
on the cover can become consolidated into a pool
of water several inches deep where weight is
applied, causing water to migrate to the depression.
Normally, placement of the pump onto the cover
will create a large enough depression to allow
accumulated water to gravitate to the depression.
"Snaking" the hose attached to the pump along the
cover surface will also help move the water toward
the depression created by the pump.
COVER RETRACTED TOO FAR
WARNING: Your pump is an electrical device
and caution should be used when handling the
pump and cord around water. Place the pump on
the cover first; then, plug in the pump. DO NOT
stand on a wet surface while using the pump. Your
pump should not be used for any other application
other than specified in these instructions. NOTE:
Do not allow the pump to remain tipped over. The
automatic on/off feature will not work if the pump is
on its side. Keep your pump clean and well maintained at all times.
Some models do not contain automatic
forward/reverse limit switches. On such models,
releasing the control lever is the only means of stopping the forward or reverse movement of the cover.
Since the cover moves quite rapidly, extreme caution
should be exercised when rolling the cover off the
pool and, under no circumstances, should an
untrained individual be allowed to operate the cover.
If the cover is accidentally retracted too far, do
not attempt to roll the cover out until the cover has
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MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED FABRIC WARRANTY
(84 MONTH PRORATA)
IS THIS A GOOD WARRANTY?
Yes. The Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty is designed to provide you with the best longterm protection in the industry. Equally important, however, the manufacturer believes that the
best way to ensure your satisfaction is to clearly explain what is covered and what is not coveredwith no "surprises" and no misleading small print to confuse or mislead you. The manufacturer
recommends that you not only review the warranty carefully but that you also read both the
Owners Manual and Installation Questionnaire very thoroughly and that you contact your dealer
or the manufacturer if you have any questions at all about warranty protection or how to get the
most trouble-free use from your cover system.
WHAT IS COVERED?
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
CARE OF FABRIC
The key to longevity of your fabric is proper
water balance as well as regular care and cleaning
of the fabric.
The INFINITY 4000TM has been carefully
designed for low maintenance requirements. To
ensure maximum performance of your system, however, the manufacturer recommends an annual
“spring service,” particularly in areas where the pool
is not used during the winter season. Seasonal inactivity and other factors, like high humidity and wide
temperature variations, enhance the likelihood that a
moving part may become “stiff” or “frozen.” During
an Annual tune-up, all moving parts are checked and
lubricated; debris is removed from the mechanism
“housing”; the track is cleaned and tightened, and
rope tension is checked to ensure smooth movement
of the cover.
Care of the cover is as simple as removing
any sharp objects before rolling the fabric around the
roller and removing leaves, insects, dirty water, etc.
before they have a chance to affect the vinyl by
leaving a residue. When the cover does become
soiled from dirt, organic matter, undissolved solids
from chemicals, the cover should be rinsed off with
fresh, clean water. To remove suntan lotion or leaf
stains, try using a small amount of diluted non-detergent cleanser (i.e., Ivory Flakes). NEVER use detergents on vinyl material.
WATER LEVEL
1. The manufacturer warrants its fabric against SHRINKAGE to the extent that the cover is not
rendered inoperable as a result of "stress" created from a "tight cover." Subject to the proration
and exclusions described below, the manufacturer, upon verification of the defect, agrees, at its
option, to either repair the fabric by replacing the webbing on both sides with a wider material
designed to restore the necessary slack or replace the fabric material.
2. The manufacturer warrants its fabric against DETERIORATION to the extent that water not be
allowed to penetrate the fabric in sufficient quantity to render the cover inoperable. Subject to the
proration and exclusions described below, the manufacturer, upon verification of the defect,
agrees, at its option, to either repair or replace the fabric.
WHAT IS THE PRORATED COST?
1. The price of repair or replacement will be prorated monthly for eighty-four (84) months from
the date of purchase.
2. The proration will be applied to the cost of a replacement fabric based on the most current retail
price list available at the time Limited Warranty coverage is provided.
3. Although proration is computed monthly from the date of purchase, proration will be exempted during the first three (3) years.
4. The cover must be returned to the manufacturer in order for repair or replacement to be facilitated under the terms of the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty. If shipment is required, the
cover must be returned to the manufacturer by prepaid freight. Return shipping costs are also the
responsibility of the owner.
WHAT CONDITIONS ARE NOT COVERED?
1. The Limited Warranty does not cover "pinholes" or fading of the fabric color.
2. The Limited Warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages (See the Owners
Manual and Installation Questionnaire for suggestions about how to avoid operator error that
could lead to consequential damage to your system.)
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Patch even the smallest holes. Vinyl patch material and glue can be obtained from your dealer. If
water penetrates the vinyl and comes in contact with
the scrim (the thread-like reinforcement), the scrim
will soak up water, carrying chemicals and contaminates to the inside of the material, which will lead to
stiffening and/or contamination of the vinyl.
Patching should be done on both sides, if possible.
Since the INFINITY 4000TM was designed as a
“floating” cover, failure to maintain the recommended water level in your pool could adversely affect
the operation of your cover and result in damage to
both fabric and mechanism. Do not attempt to
operate the cover if the water level is so low that less
than 85% of the cover’s surface is making direct
contact with the pool water.
The primary thing to remember regarding chemicals and your new cover is that you will almost certainly have to change the quantity of chemicals and
the frequency of chemical application. With the
proper use of the cover, chemicals will dissipate at a
substantially diminished rate. Most Important: You
must avoid a build up in the quantity of chemicals in
the pool water. Such a build up may create improper
balance, which may cause deterioration of the vinyl
cover. After adding chemicals to your pool, allow the
chemicals to circulate before closing the cover.
Another reason to maintain an appropriate
water level is to support rain and snow that may
accumulate on the cover’s surface. With ample
water in the pool, the cover will support tremendous
amounts of snow or rain water until it is pumped off;
without such protection, however, the weight created
by just a few inches of snow or water could cause
the cover to separate along the sides or allow the
track to pull away from the coping. Always, maintain a normal water level.
Please pay particular importance to the chemicals you use. Chlorine can vary in pH value dramatically. Long-term imbalance or consistently fluctuating pH can ruin your vinyl cover in just a season or
two. Making sure your water is balanced should be
on the top of your checklist!
DRAINAGE
The mechanism housing, on recessed models of
the INFINITY 4000TM , is designed to act as a drain
for water that may find its way into the housing.
Keep the housing free of debris by cleaning it at
least once a year. Note this procedure is accomplished as part of the annual “spring tune-up” recommended by the manufacturer.
Please make sure that your pool service company or whoever is in charge of pool maintenance is
fully aware of this information. Obtain a good test
kit. A good rule of thumb: Do not cover any water
you would not swim in. WARNING: Never leave
an open pool unattended.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
THE INFINITY 4000TM
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE THE
COVER WITHOUT FOLLOWING THE
INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. FAILURE TO
DO SO COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY OR DAMAGE TO THE COVER.
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Manufactured with the highest quality of materials and engineered for low maintenance and ease of
operation, your INFINITY 4000TM cover system will
offer you years and years of dependable service with
just routine maintenance. As with any precision-engineered machinery, however, failure to provide proper
maintenance or to abide by the Operating
Instructions will adversely affect the performance of
your system. The manufacturer urges you, therefore,
to familiarize yourself with each section of this manual.
Maintain a clear view of the pool when operating the cover.
Do not operate the cover with swimmers in the pool.
When covering the pool, release the control
lever the moment the cover reaches closure.
If the cover becomes skewed or obstructed,
release the control lever immediately, back the
cover up a few feet, then proceed forward again.
(If the cover continues to “jam,” or becomes
“skewed,” stop the cover again and contact an
authorized technician to correct the problem.)
Do not operate the cover when the water level is
low. (Severe damage to mechanism and/or fabric
could result.)
Restrict children and adults unfamiliar with
these instructions from using the cover by
removing the key from the control whenever the
cover is not being operated.
Do not walk on the cover except during an
emergency.
Close the cover and remove the key whenever
the pool is unattended.
Keep rain water/standing water pumped from
the top of the cover. (Standing water could pose
a serious health threat.)
If the cover consistently comes back crooked or
experiences excessive tension, discontinue use
until the cover has been serviced by an
authorized technician.
Pay close attention to proper pool water chemistry. (Water that is consistently out of balance
could result in extensive damage to the fabric.
Examine the cover periodically for wear. When
the fabric becomes brittle and develops cracks,
order a replacement fabric. (A badly-worn
cover may not safely support weight during an
emergency.)
Enjoy your pool! (Proper use of your INFINITY
4000TM will not only give you peace of mind
but will save time and money as well, making
your pool ownership the pleasurable experience
it should be.)
FABRIC STRENGTH
The INFINITY 4000TM is a “safety cover” which
meets or exceeds all of the A.S.T.M. standards for
safety covers. It creates a protective barrier capable
of supporting the weight of several people; however,
intentional playing or walking on the fabric is discouraged since such activity increases the likelihood
of sharp objects penetrating the fabric and could also
interfere with the even roll-up and extension of the
fabric.
Since the INFINITY 4000TM is a “floating” safety cover, the ability to support the weight of heavy
objects (i.e., several thousand pounds of snow)
would be compromised by an inadequate water
level in the pool. The cover was not designed to
accommodate situations where less than eighty-five
percent of the cover’s under-surface is making
direct contact with water. It is the pool water itself
that supports the tremendous weight of snow or
other heavy objects. The cover simply provides a
protective barrier between the water and any
objects resting on the top of the cover. Failure to
maintain an adequate water level when the cover is
in use could result in extensive damage to the fabric
or a separation of the track from the coping to
which it is anchored. More importantly, inadequate
support created by an insufficient water level
beneath the cover could compromise the cover’s
ability to perform as a safety barrier. Therefore, be
sure that your pool water is kept at its normal level,
not just during the swimming season but during the
“off season” as well.
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3. The Limited Warranty does not cover tears or lacerations to the fabric, rope, or webbing. (See
the Owners Manual and Installation Questionnaire for suggestions about how to avoid operator
error that could lead to tears or lacerations in the cover fabric, rope or webbing.)
4. The Limited Warranty does not include labor to remove or re-install a warranted fabric.
WHAT CONDITIONS WOULD VOID THE LIMITED WARRANTY?
1. Conditions caused by improper chemical balance, abuse, neglect, improper operation, unreasonable use, or failure to provide maintenance of fabric, rope, or mechanism as outlined in the
Owners Manual will void the Limited Warranty.
2. Failure to have the cover installed, maintained, or repaired by authorized service personnel during the Limited Warranty period or to pay all charges in accordance with original contract terms
will void this Limited Warranty.
3. Unless installed by factory-employed technicians (NOTE: Dealers who purchase our systems
for re-sale to consumers are NOT employed by the manufacturer), this Limited Warranty does not
cover damage resulting from improper installation. The manufacturer recommends that you get
clarification from the dealer from whom you purchased your cover as to the extent to which the
dealer warrants his installation labor.
WHAT STEPS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO INITIATE WARRANTY COVERAGE?
1. To obtain replacement or repair under the terms of the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty,
send proof of purchase together with a description of the problem to the address listed at the bottom of this page or call the toll-free number with the afore-mentioned information.
2. Upon receipt of authorization from the manufacturer, the detective fabric must be returned to
the manufacturer's repair facility, shipping pre-paid, in order to facilitate repair under the terms of
the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty. Upon completion of the repair or replacement of the
fabric, return-shipping charges are the responsibility of the owner. If you have any questions
regarding the terms or limitations of the Manufacturer's Limited Fabric Warranty, please contact
the Customer Service Department at the 800 telephone number listed below.
The manufacturer makes no additional claims of warranty protection, either expressed
or inferred, other than those stated herein.
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Pool Cover Specialists National , Inc.
Touchpad Programming Instructions
THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING
AN INFINITY 4000TM
Notice that the face of the Touchpad contains a red light and a green light. The red light indicates that the Touchpad has power but is in a “locked” condition. The green light indicates that
the Touchpad is “active” and will permit the user to open or close the pool cover.
Since the founding of Pool Cover Specialists,
Inc., in 1985, the company’s purpose has been to
provide safety, savings, and convenience to families like yours. Although the Pool Cover Specialists
Team continues to strive diligently to provide its
customers with the finest safety covers available,
drownings still rank among the leading causes
of death for young children; consequently, the
team wishes to stress the following precautions:
Instructions for Reprogramming either the Supervisor Code or the User Code:
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Pool Cover Specialists National, Inc. strongly
recommends layers of protection, of which
your new safety pool cover is one.
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There is no substitute for constant adult
supervision. Most drownings occur during a
five-minute or less lapse in supervision.
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Do not consider young children “water-safe”
just because they have had swimming lessons.
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Instruct babysitters about the potential
backyard hazards.
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Install a telephone poolside with emergency
numbers posted, as well as your home address.
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Beware of a free-floating cover. A child can
slip beneath such a cover unnoticed.
NOTE: The Touchpad has two programmable codes: A Supervisor Code and a User Code.
Use the Supervisor Code to change the User and Supervisor Codes, and use the User Code
alone to activate the Touchpad when operating the pool cover. The initial (default) Supervisor
Code programmed into the Touchpad by the manufacturer is “12345678” and the initial
(default) User Code programmed into the Touchpad by the manufacturer is “4321”.
1. On the Touchpad, enter the Supervisor Code (12345678), which will cause both the green
and red lights to illuminate.
2. Press “1” on the Touchpad, followed by a new four-digit User Code, or press “3” on the
Touchpad, followed by a new eight-digit Supervisor Code. Note: After pressing “1” or “3”,
the red light will extinguish. Upon inputting the new code, the red light will
re-illuminate (both the green and red lights will now be illuminated).
3. Press any key except one “1” or “3” to exit, causing the green light to extinguish.
Instructions for Operating the Cover Using the User Code Created Above:
1. Input the four-digit User Code, causing the red light to extinguish and the green light to
illuminate.
2. Press the “open” key to retract the cover or press the “close” key to extend the cover.
3. To lock the Touchpad, press any key except “open” or “close.” If the Touchpad is left
active for more than one minute and thirty seconds, the Touchpad will automatically lock.
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Dear Pool Cover Owner:
Each year Pool Cover Specialists National, Inc.
spends time and money to communicate these and
other precautions to the public; however, we know
that your recommendations to your neighbors,
friends, and family members serve as the most
effective method to accomplish the spread of this
important information--more so than any type of
paid advertising.
As a personal Thank You for making another
pool safe, we offer cash or discount certificates for
leads that result in a sale of one of our safety pool
covers. If you are the first to let us know about any
potential lead resulting in a sale, we will gratefully
reward you with from $50.00 to $200.00. Please use
our toll-free, National Sales Hotline at 1-800-3695152 if you know of anyone expressing an interest in
purchasing a safety pool cover system or seeking
information about the various types of safety cover
systems available.
Again, on behalf of the entire Pool Cover
Specialists Team and the pool professional from
whom you purchased your pool cover system, we
thank you for your commitment to pool safety.
Please enjoy your pool and swim safely.
Sincerely,
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Always roll your pool cover completely off
the pool before swimming since someone
could become trapped underneath a partially
opened cover.
Jen Huber
President, Pool Cover Specialists National, Inc.
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Memorandum
Table of Contents
Operating Instructions
INFINITY 4000™
Fabric Strength
Annual Maintenance
Water Level
Drainage
Care of Fabric
Inspect for Deterioration
Track Maintenance
Cover Retracted too Far
Rain Water Removal
Operation of the Rule 1800 Pump
Patching a Hole in the Fabric
Covering the Pool Manually
Uncovering the Pool Manually
Winterizing Your Cover
Chemicals
Electrical Data
IMPORTANT INFORMATION! PLEASE READ!
WARNING: Avoid Drowning Risk (Important Safety Instructions)
Pool Safety Rules
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty Covering Electrical Components
Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty: INFINITY 4000™
Manufacturer’s Limited Fabric Warranty (84 Month Prorata)
Touchpad Programming Instructions
Memorandum Page (Consumer Notes)
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Nearest Dealer:
Phone Number:
Notes:
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