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Hayward Pro Logic Operation Manual: Using The Programming Buttons

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• PS-16 Communication Error -- If an PL-PS-16 and the Expansion Unit is not responding.
• Low Volts -- If the chlorinator cell voltage is too low.
• No Cell Power -- If no chlorinator cell power is detected on the printed circuit board.
• Chk Flow Switch -- If the flow switch input is invalid.
• Cell Power Error -- If a chlorinator cell power error is detected on the printed circuit board.
• No Flow-Filter Pump -- If the filter pump is on and the flow switch indicates no flow for 15 minutes or more.
• Cell Missing -- If the chlorinator is enabled but no cell is detected.
• Pool Filter VSP Comm Error-- If variable speed is selected for the Pool Filter and the Hayward VSP
interface is not responding.
• Pool Filter VSP Drive Comm Error -- If variable speed is selected for the Pool Filter and the Hayward VSP
drive controller is not responding.
• Pool Filter VSP Err: x -- If variable speed is selected for the Pool Filter and the Hayward VSP is indicating
and error. x is the same decimal error displayed by the VSP itself.
• Spa Filter VSP Comm Error -- If variable speed is selected for the Dual Equipment Spa Filter and the
Hayward VSP interface is not responding.
• Spa Filter VSP Drive Comm Error -- If variable speed is selected for the Dual Equipment Spa Filter and the
Hayward VSP drive controller is not responding.
• Spa Filter VSP Err: x -- If variable speed is selected for the Dual Equipment Spa Filter and the Hayward VSP
is indicating and error. x is the same decimal error displayed by the VSP itself.
• Aux1 VSP Comm Error -- If variable speed is selected for the Aux1 relay type and the Hayward VSP
interface is not responding.
• Aux1 VSP Drive Comm Error -- If variable speed is selected for the Aux1 relay type and the Hayward VSP
drive controller is not responding.
• Aux1 VSP Err: x -- If variable speed is selected for the Aux1 relay type and the Hayward VSP is indicating
and error. x is the same decimal error displayed by the VSP itself.
For Pool Filter, Spa Filter and Aux using Gen2 EcoStar Variable Speed Pumps only:
Main Voltage is too low
Main Voltage is too high
Remote Stop was pressed (Press "+" to restart)
Prime Failed (Press "+" to restart)
Failed to start (Press "+" to restart)
Pump has stalled (Press "+" to restart)
SVRS tripped (Press "+" to restart)
Drive failure (see Pump Display)
• CSM Comm Error: -- If Chemistry Sensing is enabled and the Chemistry Sense Module (CSM) is not
responding.
• pH Probe Error -- If the CSM indicates that there is a problem with the pH probe.
• pH Low - Check Feeder -- If a pH level of 6.9 or less is detected, check the feeder for proper operation
• pH High - Check Feeder -- If a pH level of 8.1 or higher is detected, check the chemical supply and the
feeder for proper operation
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Automatic System Operation
The Pro Logic controls most of your pool equipment automatically in order to minimize the time spent working on
your pool. Most of the pool equipment can be programmed to operate on a timeclock basis. In addition, the
desired pool and spa temperatures and pool and spa chlorinator settings can be programmed. This section will
guide you on how to program the automatic operation for each function.
The programming of automatic functions can be performed at either the main display/keypad located at the pool
equipment pad or the in-home remote display/keypad.

Using the programming buttons

There are 5 buttons on each keypad that are used for programming (refer to diagram).
There are 4 steps to programming any function:
1.
Press the "MENU" button to get to the desired menu. Multiple pushes of the button will
rotate through all 6 menus and return to the starting point.
2.
Press either key to scroll through the various items in the selected menu. Multiple pushes
of the button will rotate through all menu items and return to the starting point. Only menu
items that are applicable to your pool will appear. (Example: if you don't have a spa, then
no spa related menu items will appear).
3.
Once a menu item has been selected above, the current setting/selection will appear (flashing)
on the display. Use the "+" and/or "-" keys to change this selection. Sometimes "+" and
"-" will adjust a value up or down (example: heater temperature setting or timeclock on/off
time). In this case, pushing the "+" or "-" will change the value by one increment and
holding the "+" or "-" button in for more than one second will make the values auto scroll.
In other cases, the "+" and "-" may toggle between 2 options (example: turning
superchlorination ON or OFF).
4.
After you have adjusted the item to the desired value, simply move on to the next menu
item to "lock in" your new setting. The Pro Logic memory will maintain the setting, even if
power is removed for an extended period.
Button
Select Desired Menu
and
Buttons
Adjust
and
Buttons
Select Items from
a Menu
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