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Robot Pool Cleaner by Maytronics
EN User Instructions
FR Guide d’utilisation
IT Istruzioni per l’uso
SP Instrucciones para el Usuario
DEU Bedienungsanweisungen
MCC8-UNI
8151247, 1/2011
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What You’ll Find Inside the Box
Part
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Base frame for filter elements
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Ultra-fine filter
4 filters
Bag for filters storage
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Spring filter
4 filters
“S” clip
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Power supply unit
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Robot Pool Cleaner
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Caddy kit
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Comment
Filter and cartridges
Robot Pool Cleaner
Power supply Unit
Optional components available on request
from your Robot Pool Cleaner distributor
Section 1 - Description of Main Components
1. Filters
Dual-level filtration system:
Spring filter + base frame
Ultra-fine filter cartridge + base frame
For dirty pools with large debris such as
leaves etc. – Useful for beginning of season.
For day-to-day use.
Factory default.
2. Brushes
There are three types of optional brushes, each designed to provide optimal traction on different pool surfaces.
Only one type set is provided with your Robot Pool Cleaner.
PVC Brush
For concrete, PVC, fiberglass and liner.
Combined Brush
For rough ceramic surface and mosaic tiles.
Wonder Brush
For smooth ceramics.
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3. Power supply unit
Digital, “Switch-Mode” power supply:
• Input - 100-250 AC Volts
• 50-60 Hertz
• 180 Watt
• Output - 30 VDC
• IP 54
ON
On/Off
switch
Section 2 – Robot Pool Cleaner Operation
Part 1 – Preparing the Robot Pool Cleaner for Use
A. Assemble the Caddy kit – you will find the instructions in a separate document
B. Adjusting the handle float angle
The handle angel must be adjusted to determine the speed that the Robot Pool Cleaner advances along the water-line.
Push in here
Slide here
1. Lay the handle down at an angle of 180º to the ground.
2. Push the base of the arm into the body of the
Robot Pool Cleaner and slide it towards the rear of the
Robot Pool Cleaner until it clicks into the required position.
Slide here
Normal advance
More efficient cleaning action on water-line.
Fast advance
Fast speed – For faster but less efficient cleaning
action on water-line.
Push in here
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C. Laying out the cable
Unwind minimal required cable to cover the entire pool size, straight the cable along the pool side.
Make sure there are no twists or kinks.
3 Meters
10 feet
Swivel
Only use the original supplied power supply unit.
The Power supply unit is splash proof – do not immerse it in water.
Unplug the power supply unit before any servicing activity.
Do not plug the power supply unit in before placing the pool cleaner in the water.
Ensure the mains outlet is protected by a ground fault interrupter (GFI) or an earth leakage interrupter (ELI).
Important : Do not enter the swimming pool while the pool cleaner is working.
Part 2 - Into the water
Inserting the Robot Pool Cleaner into the pool.
Place the Robot Pool Cleaner into the pool and release the handle.
Note: When using the Combined brushes or Wonder brushes, gently squeeze the Wonder brush material until it is totally wet.
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Turning the Robot Pool Cleaner ON
1. Plug the floating cable from
the Robot Pool Cleaner
into the power supply unit.
Floating cable
2. Plug the electrical cable from the power
supply unit into the mains.
3. Press the ON/OFF switch
4. The Robot Pool Cleaner
will now start to work.
ON
On/Off
switch
Note : If your model includes the remote control unit, please refer to the included instruction leaflet.
Important : Do not enter the swimming pool while the pool cleaner is working.
Part 3 - Taking the Robot Pool Cleaner out of the water
Unplug power supply before any servicing activity.
1. If the Robot Pool Cleaner has not finished its cycle,
turn off the power supply unit and unplug the mains.
2. Pull the floating cable gently until the Robot Pool Cleaner
has risen to the surface, then lift by the handle.
Important: Do NOT lift the Robot Pool Cleaner from the water by its cable.
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Section 3 - Routine Maintenance
Part 1 - Extracting and cleaning the filter elements
Unplug power supply before any servicing activity.
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Reassembling the filter elements
Insert the locating tabs at the bottom of the
filter element into their groves on the base frame,
then close the “S” clip.
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Locating tab
Locating tab groove
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Reinstall the filters according to the diagram
DO NOT FORCE THE FILTERS INTO PLACE.
Grooved end fitting
Octagonal end fitting
Important: Where applicable, you must reset the full filter bag indicator on the power supply unit.
Recommendation: Rinse all brushes with clean water after each cleaning cycle.
Part 2 - Dismantling and cleaning the impeller
Unplug power supply before any servicing activity.
Dismantle the impeller cover and
clean around the impeller housing,
then reassemble.
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Section 4 – Storage Advice
Coil the cable and store in dry cool area – preferably on the Caddy if available.
Do NOT store the Robot Pool Cleaner exposed to direct sunlight.
Do NOT store the Robot Pool Cleaner exposed to excessive heat.
Do NOT store the Robot Pool Cleaner exposed to frost.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Before contacting your Robot Pool Cleaner distributor please read through this guide.
The pool water condition must be within the following parameters:
PH: 7.0 – 7.8
NaCl: Max 5,000 ppm
Temperature: 6˚C(43˚F) to 34˚C(93˚F)
Chlorine: Max 4 ppm
Symptom
Solution
Cable twisting or cable coils up
Check for any obstruction in the pool
Remove excess cable from the pool
Make sure filter cartridge is clean
Straighten cable and lay it in the sun periodically
Robot Pool Cleaner is moving in circles or does not reach all pool Check for foreign objects in moving parts
areas
Make sure Filter elements are clean and that the filter
doors are closed
Make sure that there is enough cable laid out to cover
the whole pool
Before using the Robot Pool Cleaner at the beginning of the
season you should brush any algae from the floor and walls of the
pool
Robot Pool Cleaner is not traveling sideways on walls
Adjust the diagonal angle of the handle
Robot Pool Cleaner does not climb walls
Make sure the filter cartridge is clean
If using the Robot Pool Cleaner at the beginning of the season,
use the spring cartridge
If using the Robot Pool Cleaner at the beginning
of the season you should first brush any algae from
the floor and walls of the pool
Check if brushes are suitable for pool coating and replace
them if necessary
Check if brushes are worn and replace them if necessary
Make sure the impeller area is clean
When applicable: Check that the RCU is set for climbing
Robot Pool Cleaner not sinking
Make sure the Wonder brushes or the combined brushes
are soaked in water
Robot Pool Cleaner disengaging from wall at water line
If Robot Pool Cleaner climbs too high consult your
Robot Pool Cleaner distributor
RCU is not working
When applicable: Check if the batteries need replacing
Motor is not working
Check if the impeller is blocked
Check if the drive system is blocked
Electrical problem (power supply), check power source.
If power source is in order, please contact your
Robot Pool Cleaner distributor
Additional troubleshooting is available at our Website:
www.maytronics.com