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Normal
Operation,
Control Displays
During normal operation,
the present time of day
and AM or PM show in the control display area.
When the demand computer
determines
a
recharge
is needed, RECHARGE TONIGHT begins
to flash in the display along with the present
time. RECHARGE TONIGHT flashes until the next
recharge
start time, then changes to RECHARGE,
which flashes until the recharge
is over.
Feature: Optional
Recharge Controls
Sometimes,
a manually
started
recharge
may
be desired or needed. Two examples:
::Ji:: You have used more water than usual (house
guests, extra washing,
etc.) and you mag run
out of soft water before the next recharge.
!i::iThe sgstem ran out of salt.
Use one of the following
features to start a
recharge
immediately,
or at the next preset
recharge
start time.
RECHARGE
TONIGHT
Touch (do not hold) the RECHARGE 0
button.
RECHARGE TONIGHT flashes in the control
display area. A recharge
will occur at the next
preset recharge
start time. If you decide to cancel
this recharge, touch the same button once more.
RECHARGE
NOW
Press and hold the RECHARGE _
button until
RECHARGE NOW starts to flash in the control
display area. The water softening
system begins
an immediate
recharge
and, when over in about
two hours, you will have a new supply of soft
water
Once started, you cannot cancel this
recharge.
Feature: Memory
If electrical
power to the water softening
system
is interrupted,
the control display is blank, and
the blue indicator
light is off, but the control
keeps correct time for about 6 hours. When
power is restored, you have to reset the present
time only if the display and blue indicator
light
are flashing. All other settings are maintained
and never require resetting unless a change
is
desired.
If the time is flashing after a long power outage,
the water softening sgstem continues to work as
it should to provide you with soft water. However,
recharge may occur at the wrong time of day
until you reset the control to the correct time
of day.
Feature/Service:
Automatic
Electronic
Diagnostics
The control computer
has a self-diagnostic
function
for the electrical
system
(except input
power and water meter). The computer
monitors
the electronic
components
and circuits for
correct
operation.
If a malfunction
occurs,
an error code appears in the control
display.
The chart on Error Codes shows the error
codes that could appear and possible reasons
for each code. See Monuollbl Initiated Electronics
Diognostics to further isolate the defect.
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