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Changing the Lamp

 

 


1. Unplug the UV from the power source and turn off the pump.

2. Unscrew the Davis Connector located behind the Transformer Cap, this allows your Transformer Cap to spin freely.

 

3. Twist off the Transformer Cap.

 

4. Slide Lamp out, be careful not to slide the Lamp out at an angle, even a slight angle, this may cause a “U” shaped crack at the end of the Quartz Sleeve, or possible breakage of the Lamp. A Broken Lamp or Quartz Sleeve is not covered under warranty.

5. Disconnect the Lamp End Connector from the old Lamp.

6. Plug the new Lamp flush into the Lamp End Connector. If the Lamp is not plugged in all the way it may cause damage to the unit and is not covered under warranty.

7. Insert the Lamp straight into the Quartz Sleeve. Be careful, inserting the Lamp at an angle, even a slight angle, can cause a "U" shaped crack in the Quartz Sleeve.

8. Twist on the Transformer Cap. Do not over tighten. This is a connection only and is not in contact with water.

9. Tighten the Davis Connector located behind the Transformer Cap.

10. FINAL LEAK CHECK: Do not plug the Sterilizer into power yet. Turn on the pump, let the water run for 5 minutes and check for leaks.

11. Once a leak test is completed and there are no leaks, plug the Transformer into a GFCI outlet. Warranty is void if not plugged into a GFCI.

 

Changing the Lamp

1. Unplug the UV from the power source and turn off the pump.

2. Unscrew the Davis Connector located behind the Transformer Cap, this allows your Transformer Cap to spin freely.

3. Twist off the Transformer Cap.

 

4. Slide Lamp out, be careful not to slide the Lamp out at an angle, even a slight angle, this may cause a “U” shaped crack at the end of the Quartz Sleeve, or possible breakage of the Lamp. A Broken Lamp or Quartz Sleeve is not covered under warranty.

5. Disconnect the Lamp End Connector from the old Lamp.

6. Plug the new Lamp flush into the Lamp End Connector. If the Lamp is not plugged in all the way it may cause damage to the unit and is not covered under warranty.

7. Insert the Lamp straight into the Quartz Sleeve. Be careful, inserting the Lamp at an angle, even a slight angle, can cause a "U" shaped crack in the Quartz Sleeve.

8. Twist on the Transformer Cap. Do not over tighten. This is a connection only and is not in contact with water.

9. Tighten the Davis Connector located behind the Transformer Cap.

10. FINAL LEAK CHECK: Do not plug the Sterilizer into power yet. Turn on the pump, let the water run for 5 minutes and check for leaks.

11. Once a leak test is completed and there are no leaks, plug the Transformer into a GFCI outlet. Warranty is void if not plugged into a GFCI.

Clean The Quartz Sleeve After 3-6 Months Of Use.

1. Unplug the UV from the power source and turn off the pump.

2. Unscrew the Davis Connector located behind the Transformer Cap, this allows your Transformer Cap to spin freely.

3. Twist off the Transformer Cap.

4. Slide Lamp out, be careful not to slide the Lamp out at an angle, even a slight angle, this may cause a “U” shaped crack at the end of the Quartz Sleeve, or possible breakage of the Lamp. Set the lamp on a secure level surface to avoid breakage.

5. Remove the E-Z Twist Top. The Quartz Sleeve Assembly will come out with it. Be careful to pull it out straight.

6. The Quartz Sleeve can be cleaned with Lime Away, CLR or similar products. Do not use any type of abrasive substance on the Quartz Sleeve as it may scratch the Quartz.

7. To reinstall the Quartz Sleeve, carefully insert the Quartz Sleeve into the end of the UV body. Be sure the Quartz Sleeve is seated at the bottom of the UV Unit.

8. Screw on the E-Z Twist Top. Do not use a pipe wrench, pliers or any other tool on this unit. Tighten by hand only. Re-install the Lamp as Shown on page 19, starting at #6.

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