DOLPHIN X 30 USER MANUAL
8151662 Ver. 01 12/2015
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Robotic Pool Cleaner
DOLPHIN X 30
User Instructions
Contents
1. INTRODUCTION....................................................................... 2
2. SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................... 2
3. WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS................................................... 2
3.1 Warnings............................................................................. 2
3.2 Cautions.............................................................................. 2
4. POOL CLEANER PARTS............................................................ 3
5. USING THE POOL CLEANER.................................................... 4
5.1 Setup................................................................................... 4
5.2 Putting the Pool Cleaner into the pool............................... 5
5.3 Indicator Lights - Model Classic 11+ only........................... 5
5.4 Removing the Pool Cleaner from the pool......................... 6
6. CLEANING THE DUAL FILTER BASKET.................................... 7
6.1 Cleaning after use............................................................... 7
6.2 Periodic filter cleaning........................................................ 8
7. CLEANING THE IMPELLER....................................................... 9
8. OFF-SEASON STORAGE........................................................... 10
9. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................ 11
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Robotic Pool Cleaner
Dolphin X 30
User Instructions
1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing a Maytronics Robotic Pool Cleaner.
We are sure that your Maytronics Robotic Pool Cleaner will provide you with reliable, convenient
and cost-effective pool cleaning. Its reliable filtration in all pool conditions and active brushing,
enhance pool hygiene.
Robotic Pool Cleaners by Maytronics deliver advanced cleaning technologys, long-lasting
performance and easy maintenance. You and your family will be free to enjoy your swim with
full confidence that your pool is completely clean.
2. SPECIFICATIONS
Motor protection: IP 68
Minimum depth: 0.80m / 2.6ft
Maximum depth: 5m / 16.4ft
Digital Power supply
Input: 100-125 AC Volts / 200-230 AC Volts
50-60 Hertz
Output: <30 VDC
IP 54
3. WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
3.1 Warnings
• Use the originally supplied power supply only
• Ensure the electrical outlet is protected by a ground fault interrupter (GFI) or an
earth leakage interrupter (ELI)
• Keep the power supply out of standing water
CAUTION • Position the power supply at least 3m/10ft away from the edge of the pool
• Do not enter the pool while the Pool Cleaner is working
• Unplug the power supply before servicing
3.2 Cautions
Use the Pool Cleaner in the following water conditions only:
Chlorine
Maximum 4 ppm
pH
7.0-7.8
Temperature
6-34°C / 43-93°F
NaCl
Maximum 5000 ppm
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4. POOL CLEANER PARTS
Robotic Pool Cleaner Model Basic 11 / Classic 11 / Classic 11+
Power supply unit - options
Filtration options
Caddy kit - optional
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5. USING THE POOL CLEANER
5.1 Setup
Before using the Pool Cleaner for the first time, perform the following steps:
3m/10ft
5.1.1 Position the power supply
so that it is approximately in the
middle of the long side of the
pool at a distance of 3m /10ft.
5.1.2 Unwind the cable and stretch it out completely so that it has
no kinks.
1
2
5.1.3 Attach the floating cable to the power
supply by inserting it with the notch on the
connector (1), lined up with the groove in
the socket on the power supply, and turning
clockwise (2).
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5.1.4
Plug in the power supply and leave it in the
OFF position.
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5.2 Putting the Pool Cleaner into the pool
ON
5.2.1
Put the Pool Cleaner into the pool.
Release the Pool Cleaner and let it sink to the floor
of the pool.
Make sure that the floating cable is free of any
obstructions.
5.2.2
Turn the power supply ON.
The Pool Cleaner will now operate until it has
reached the end of the cleaning cycle.
5.3 Indicator Lights - Model Classic 11+ only
Light
Indication
Blue blinking
Normal operation of the Pool Cleaner
Green blinking
Remote-Control or Smartphone communicate with the Pool Cleaner
5.3.1 Indicator lights.
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5.4 Removing the Pool Cleaner from the pool
CAUTION
Turn OFF and unplug the power supply.
5.4.1
5.4.2
Using the floating cable, bring the Pool Cleaner to the pool’s edge.
Using the handle, remove the Pool Cleaner from the pool.
CAUTION
5.4.3
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DO NOT PULL THE POOL CLEANER FROM THE POOL USING THE CABLE.
Place the Pool Cleaner on the edge of the pool and let the water drain out.
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6. CLEANING THE DUAL FILTER BASKET
CAUTION
Make sure the power supply is switched off and unplugged.
It is highly recommended to clean the filter basket after each cleaning cycle.
Note: Do not let the filter panels dry out before cleaning.
6.1 Cleaning after use - removing and cleaning the dual filter basket
6.1.1
6.1.2 Upon opening the filter cover,
the handle will lift independently.
Open the filter cover.
1
2
6.1.3
Lift up the basket.
6.1.4 Open the latch
to release the bottom lid
in order to remove the
debris.
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6.1.5 Clean the filter basket
with a hose.
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6.2 Periodic filter cleaning – recommended at least once a month
Dismantle the 4 ultra-fine filter panels of the outer basket, according to the following steps:
6.2.1
Holding down the
handle, remove the inner
net basket.
6.2.2
Dismantle the panels,
starting by pressing on
panel 1 using your thumbs.
6.2.4
Clean the filter panels with a hose.
6.2.6
Insert the clean filter basket and close the filter cover.
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6.2.3
Continue to dismantle
the panels in the order of their
numbers: 2 —
>3—
> 4.
6.2.5
Assemble the filter panels according to the
>3—
>2—
> 1.
following order: Panel 4 —
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7. CLEANING THE IMPELLER
7.1 If you notice debris trapped in the impeller:
Make sure the power supply is switched off and unplugged.
CAUTION
Clean the debris trapped in the impeller opening, according to the following steps:
1
2
3
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.1.4
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7.2 Assemble the impeller compartment according to the next steps:
7.2.1
7.2.2
8. OFF-SEASON STORAGE
If the Pool Cleaner will not be in use for an extended period of time, perform the following storage steps:
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•
•
•
Make sure that no water is left in the Pool Cleaner
Thoroughly clean the filter basket and panels and insert in place
Roll up the cable so that it has no kinks
Store the Pool Cleaner in a protected area out of direct sun / rain / frost, at a temperature
of between 5°-45°C / 41°-113°F
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
If the suggested solutions do not solve the problem, please contact your dealer or Service Center.
Symptom
Possible reason
Corrective action
The power-supply • No voltage in the power socket in the wall. • Check that there is voltage in the power socket in the wall.
or its switch led
• The power supply is not switched ON.
• Check that the power supply is plugged in and turned ON.
are not working.
• The power cable is not well connected
• Check that the power cable is securely connected all the way
into the power supply.
into the power supply inlet.
• Turn the power supply off. Wait 30 seconds then turn it back on.
The Pool Cleaner
does not move.
The Pool Cleaner
is moving in
circles.
The Pool Cleaner
does not turn
or moves in one
direction only.
The Pool Cleaner
moves but does
not clean the
pool.
The Pool Cleaner
cleans only part
of the pool.
• The floating cable is not well connected
into the power supply outlet.
• Check that the floating cable is securely connected all the way
into the power supply.
• An obstacle blocks the impeller,
tracks or wheels.
• Unplug the power supply. Open the impeller cover
and check that nothing is trapped in the impeller.
Verify that nothing blocks the tracks or wheels.
• Clogged filter basket.
• Clean the filter basket.
• Debris stuck in the impeller-house
or impeller-cover.
• Remove debris stuck in the impeller-house or impeller-cover
(drawings 7.2.1 & 7.2.2).
• Power supply incorrectly positioned.
• Place power supply in a position so that the Pool Cleaner
can freely reach all the pool area.
• Algae or pool water is out of Spec.
• Correct pool and water conditions.
• Debris stuck in the impeller-house
or impeller-cover.
• Remove debris stuck in the impeller-house or impeller-cover
(drawings 7.2.1 & 7.2.2).
• Clogged filter basket.
• Clean the filter basket.
• Debris stuck in the impeller-house
or impeller-cover.
• Remove debris stuck in the impeller-house or impeller-cover
(drawings 7.2.1 & 7.2.2).
• Power supply incorrectly positioned.
• Place the power supply in a position so that the Pool Cleaner
can freely reach all the pool area.
• Not enough floating cable is released for
the correct operation of the Pool Cleaner.
• Check that there is enough slack in the floating cable
for the Pool Cleaner to reach all of the pool.
• Clean the filter basket.
The floating cable • Clogged filter basket.
has kinks.
• Debris stuck in the impeller-house
or impeller-cover.
• Clean the filter basket.
• Remove debris stuck in the impeller-house or impeller-cover.
(drawings 7.2.1 & 7.2.2).
• To remove the kinks, stretch the floating cable out completely
and let it sit for at least a day in the sun.
The Pool Cleaner
doesn’t climb
the walls.
• Clogged filter basket.
• Clean the filter basket.
• Algae on walls.
• Unsuitable pH level.
• Check the level of the chemicals of the water. Improper levels
may allow the growth of algae making the walls slippery.
If so, adjust the levels and scrub the walls.
• Debris stuck in the impeller-house
or impeller-cover.
• Remove debris stuck in the impeller-house or impeller-cover
(drawings 7.2.1 & 7.2.2).
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