K-Bot Saturn SX3 User Instructions

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Robotic Pool Cleaner
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  • Page 1 Robotic Pool Cleaner User Instructions ...... p. 1 SATURN SERIES 8151668...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    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 ......
  • Page 3: Introduction

    Robotic Pool Cleaner User Instructions 1. INTRODUCTION 2. SPECIFICATIONS Motor protection: IP 68 Digital Power supply Minimum depth: 0.80m / 2.6ft Input: 100-130 AC Volts / 200-230 AC Volts Maximum depth: 5m / 16.4ft 50-60 Hertz Output: <30 VDC IP 54 3.
  • Page 4: Pool Cleaner Parts

    4. POOL CLEANER PARTS Robotic Pool Cleaner Power supply Filtration Caddy kit Robotic Pool Cleaner User Instructions...
  • Page 5: Using The Pool Cleaner

    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 5.1.2 Position the power supply Unwind the cable and stretch it out completely so that it has so that it is approximately in the no kinks.
  • Page 6: Putting The Pool Cleaner Into The Pool

    5.2 Putting the Pool Cleaner into the pool 5.2.1 5.2.2 Put the Pool Cleaner into the pool. Turn the power supply ON. Release the Pool Cleaner and let it sink to the floor The Pool Cleaner will now operate until it has of the pool.
  • Page 7: Removing The Pool Cleaner From The Pool

    5.4 Removing the Pool Cleaner from the pool Turn OFF and unplug the power supply. CAUTION 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. DO NOT PULL THE POOL CLEANER FROM THE POOL USING THE CABLE.
  • Page 8: Cleaning The Dual Filter Basket

    6. CLEANING THE DUAL FILTER BASKET Make sure the power supply is switched off and unplugged. CAUTION 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...
  • Page 9: Periodic Filter Cleaning

    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 6.2.2 6.2.3 Holding down the Dismantle the panels, Continue to dismantle handle, remove the inner starting by pressing on the panels in the order of their numbers: 2 —...
  • Page 10: Cleaning The Impeller

    6.3 CLEANING THE IMPELLER 6.4 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: 7.1.1 7.1.2 7.1.3 7.1.4 Robotic Pool Cleaner User Instructions...
  • Page 11: Off-Season Storage

    6.5 Assemble the impeller compartment according to the next steps: 7.2.1 7.2.2 7. OFF-SEASON STORAGE If the Pool Cleaner will not be in use for an extended period of time, perform the following storage steps: 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...
  • Page 12 Power Supply Smartphone Control Basic Operation: Bluetooth Connection Plug the Power supply into an electrical outlet. Press the ON button The LEDs will turn on and the robot will start to operate. ON/OFF Weekly Timer kl Ti kl Ti 3. You can program the power supply at any time. See the relevant section below for more details.
  • Page 13 Bluetooth Connection Your robot has a Bluetooth® Connection indicator. When the LED indicator is on, it indicates that the smartphone paired with the robot is identified nearby. This only works if the phone’s Bluetooth® is activated. Refer to the Smartphone Control section for more information about smartphone connectivity. Smartphone Control The Smartphone Control feature is available only with specific robot models.
  • Page 14 Smartphone App User Instructions 1. INTRODUCTION With FCC ID: WCH99956035 MyDolphin™ is an easy-to-use app for controlling your robotic pool cleaner remotely using Bluetooth®. You can install and operate the app on all the most common mobile devices and operating systems, specifically iPhone 4 with iOS 6 (and above), and Android 4.4 (and above), including tablets.
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    8. 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.
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