STANDARD HAVEN SPAS PARAMOUNT SPASIDE CONTROL PANEL
IMPORTANT NOTE: Some keys have two different functions. One is for the "normal mode" and the other is for the "programming mode"
PUMP 1 KEY: Pump 1 is a two-speed pump,
the Pump1 key is used to turn it on and to select between off, low and high
speeds. A built-in tier will shut the pump off 20 minutes after it has been
started unless the user does so manually. If the pump is already running
due to a filter cycle running or the spa is heating between filter cycles,
it will already be running on low speed. Depressing the pump 1 key
will then switch the pump to high speed. A second pressing of the
The Pump 1 symbol will appear in the LCD window when the Pump 1 is running at high speed. The symbol will blink when the pump is running at low speed.
PUMP 2 KEY: Pump 2 is a two speed, the
Pump 2 key is used to turn it on ad to select between off, Low and high speeds.
A built-in timer will shut the pump off 20 minutes after it has been started,
unless the user does so manually.
The Pump 2 symbol will appear in the LCD window
when the Pump 2 is running at high speed. The symbol will blink when the
pump is running at low speed.
The appearance of the Set Point symbol in the LCD window tells the user that the temperature shown is the desired, and not the actual temperature of the water. The temperature can be adjusted in 1° F increments. The display will always revert to the actual water temperature after you release the keys for 5 seconds.
WATER HEATER AUTOMATIC START: When the water temperature is 1° F lower than the set point the pump (at low speed if it is a two speed pump) and the heater will be turned on until the water temperature reaches the set pint plus 1° F. The low speed pump will come on and run anytime the spa temperature controller calls for heat.
The heater symbol will appear in the LCD window when the heater is on. The Heater On symbol will blink in the LCD window whenever there is a call for heat and the heater has not yet turned on.
AIR PUMP KEY:
This key is used to turn a blower on or off. If the blower is a two-speed blower the first press will turn the blower to high speed, the second press will turn the blower to low speed, the third press will turn the blower off. A built in timer will shut the blower off after 20 minutes, unless it is shut off manually. The Accessory/List key may be used for advanced programming functions.
When the Air Pump is on the air symbol will appear in the LCD window ( it will blink if the speed is at low).
LIGHT KEY: The light key is used to turn the
light on or off and to select light intensities. The first press of the Light
Key will turn the light on at its highest intensity. A second press will
change the light intensity from high to low intensity (If multiple intensities
are available) A third press will turn the light off. The light will automatically
turn itself off after 2 hours.
When the light is on the light symbol will appear in the LCD window (it will blink if the intensity is at low).
PROGRAM KEY: The Program key is used to switch
between normal and programming modes. Pressing and holding this key
enters the programming mode. See "Programming" on back.
The program mode symbol will not appear in the LCD window when the unit is in programming mode. Refer to the programming section for more details.
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY: In Normal Mode operation,
the display shows actual water temperature.
SUMMARY OF LCD WINDOW CODES:
FrEE Freeze Protection Alarm
FLC Pressure Switch Alarm
HL High Temperature Alert
Prr Temperature Sensors Alarm.
F See hours of filtration
FLO Pressure Switch Alarm
PrH Temperature Sensors alarm.
Any of theses codes may be replaced in your controller with flashing dots
and or flashing numerals in the digital display.
For any of the above system error indicators do the following:
At anytime you get an error code, make sure the water level is correct, the spa has the jets in the on position. If you see water flowing normally on low speed, and the water level is correct, then remove the filter(s) to see if the error code goes away.
Check the condition of the filters. If the problem is solved by removing the filter, then the filters are too dirty to allow proper water flow. The heater will not work without enough water available to the pump.
If you get an error code and the pump is not running when it should be on, check the fuses on the circuit board. If you are not familiar with this procedure call 1-888-478-2224. NEVER PLACE YOUR HAND INSIDE THE CONTROL BOX WHILE THE ELECTRICITY IS POWERED ON.
PROGRAMMING THE FILTER CYCLES: