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Olympus µ-9000 manual

µ-9000

User manual for the Olympus µ-9000 in English. This PDF manual has 56 pages.

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Model 9000/9100/9500 Service Manual IMPORTANT: Fill in pertinent information on page 3 for future reference.
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IMPORTANT: The information, specifications and illustrations in this manual are based on the latest information available at the time of printing. The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice. Model 9000/9100/9500 Table of Contents Job Specifications Sheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 General and Commercial Installation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 General and Commercial Installation Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Regeneration Cycle Program Setting Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Time Brine Refill and Meter Setting Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 ET Timer Installation And Start-Up Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 ET Timer Control Start-Up Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 ET Timer Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 SE Timer Control Start-Up Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 ET and SE Timer Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 9000/9100/9500 Electro Mechanical Timer Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 9000/9100/9500 Power Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 9000/9100/9500 Power Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 9000 Control Valve Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 9100 Control Valve Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 9500 Control Valve Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 9500 Brine Valve Systems (1600 and 1700 Series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 9000/9100/9500 Second Tank Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 9000/9100/9500 Meter Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 9000/9100 Bypass Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 2310 Safety Brine Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 9500, 2350 Safety Brine Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 2300 Safety Brine Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Water Conditioner Flow Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Mechanical Timer Valve Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 ET Timer Valve Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 SE Timer Valve Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 9000 Control Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 9100 Control Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 9500 Control Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Meter Flow Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Injector Flow Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
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Model 9000/9100/9500 3 Job Specifications Sheet Job Number ___________________________________________ Model Number _________________________________________ Water Test ____________________________________________ Capacity Of Unit ________________________ Max. _____________ Per Regeneration Brine Tank Size _____________________________________ Salt Setting Per Regeneration ____________________________________ Control Valve Specifications 1. Type of Timer A. 82 minute available regeneration time, 1/15 RPM B. 164 minute available regeneration time, 1/30 RPM 2. Type of Meter 3. Timer Gallon Setting ______________________________ gal. 4. Regeneration Program Setting A. Backwash___________________________________ min. B. Brine and Slow Rinse _________________________ min. C. Rapid Rinse _________________________________ min. D. Brine Tank Refill _____________________________ min. 5. Drain Line Flow Control __________________________ gpm 6. Brine Refill Rate _______________________________ gpm 7. Injector Size _______________________________________ Mechanical Valves (gallon settings) Meter Standard Range Extended Range 3/4" 125–2,125 625–10,625 1" 310–5,270 1,150–26,350 1-1/2" 625–10,625 3,125–53,125 Electrical Timers (minutes per cycle) Meter ET SE (0–999.9 minutes per cycle) (0–99 minutes per cycle) 3/4" 9,999,999 9,999 1" 9,999,999 9,999 1-1/2" 9,999,999 —
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Model 9000/9100/9500 4 General and Commercial Installation Checklist Water Pressure A minimum of 25 lbs of water pressure is required for regeneration valve to operate effectively. Electrical Facilities An uninterrupted alternating current (A/C) supply is required. Make sure: • Voltage supply is compatible with unit before installation. • Current supply is always hot and cannot be turned off with another switch. Existing Plumbing Condition of existing plumbing should be free from lime and iron buildup. Replace piping that has heavy lime and/or iron build-up. If piping is clogged with iron, install a separate iron filter unit ahead of the water softener. Location of Softener and Drain Locate the softener close to a clean working drain and connect according to local plumbing codes. Bypass Valves Always provide for the installation of a bypass valve if unit is not equipped with one. CAUTION • Do not exceed water pressure of 125 psi. • Do not exceed 110°F water temperature. • Do not subject unit to freezing conditions.
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Model 9000/9100/9500 5 Equipment Configuration Figure 1: 9000/9100 Figure 2: 9500 inlet outlet bypass valve adapter clips main control valve tank two adapter tank two tank one yokes water meter 9000/9100 9500 1-1/2" copper outlet inlet meter dome must face up control valve tank two tank two adapter
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Model 9000/9100/9500 6 General and Commercial Installation Checklist 1. Place the softener tank where you want to install the unit. NOTE: Be sure the tank is level and on a firm base. 2. During cold weather it is recommended that the installer warm the valve to room temperature before operating. 3. Perform all plumbing according to local plumbing codes. — Use a 1/2" minimum pipe size for the drain. — Use a 3/4" drain line for backwash flow rates that exceed 7 gpm or length that exceeds 20′ (6 m). 4. Both tanks must be the same height and diameter and filled with equal amounts of media. 5. The distributor tube must be flush with the top of each tank. Cut if necessary. Use only non-aerosol silicone lubricant. 6. Lubricate the distributor o-ring seal and tank o-ring seal. Place the main control valve on one tank and the tank adapter on the second tank. NOTE: If required, solder copper tubing for tank interconnection before assembling on the main control valve and tank adapter. Maintain a minimum of 1" distance between tanks on final assembly. 7. Solder joints near the drain must be done before connecting the Drain Line Flow Control fitting (DLFC). Leave at least 6" (152 mm) between the DLFC and solder joints when soldering pipes that are connected on the DLFC. Failure to do this could cause interior damage to DLFC. 8. Use only Teflon tape on the drain fitting. 9. Be sure the floor under the salt storage tank is clean and level. 10. Place approximately 1" (25 mm) of water above the grid plate. If a grid is not utilized, fill to the top of the air check in the salt tank. Do not add salt to the brine tank at this time. 11. On units with a bypass, place in Bypass position. — Turn on the main water supply. — Open a cold soft water tap nearby and let water run a few minutes or until the system is free of foreign material (usually solder) resulting from the installation. Close the water tap when water runs clean. 12. Place the bypass In Service position and let water flow into the mineral tank. When water flow stops, slowly open a cold water tap nearby and let water run until air is purged from the unit. Then close tap. Electrical 13. Make all electrical connections according to codes. Plug the valve into an approved power source. Do not insert meter cable into the meter yet. 14. Tank one has control valve and tank two has adapter. See Figure 1, page 5 or Figure 2, page 5. 15. Look on the right side of the control valve, it has indicators showing which position the control valve is in during Regeneration and which tank is In Service. — Figure 3, page 7 shows the valve In Service position with tank one supplying conditioned water and tank two on standby. NOTE: Make sure the meter cable is not inserted in the meter dome. Swing the timer out to expose the program wheel (to swing timer out) grab onto the lower right corner of timer face and pull outward. See Figure 5, page 8.
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Model 9000/9100/9500 7 16. Cycle timer into backwash position. Turn manual knob so that the micro switch rides on the first set of pins. — In this position the tanks switch (lower piston) and the control valve moves to the backwash position (upper piston). — Wait until the positioning of upper and lower pistons stops before advancing the timer further. If advanced too fast the control will not home into the In Service position (it will not advance to any other position). To correct this, rotate the manual knob back to In Service and start again into backwash. NOTE: Once valve positions itself into the backwash cycle, the homing circuit locks in. 17. With all the air backwashed, slowly cycle the timer to the brine position; rapid rinse; and brine tank refill. Wait for the control drive motor to position itself in each cycle and stop, before advancing on to the next position. 18. Once back in the In Service position, cycle the control valve again into the backwash position. The tanks switch again, and air head backwashes out of the other tank. Cycle the control back to the In Service position. Leave the timer in the open position. DO NOT insert meter cable yet. Figure 3: Control Valve Position Indicators Figure 4: Timer tank one tank two brine fill stand-by backwash rapid rinse brine rinse
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Model 9000/9100/9500 8 NOTE: Two motors are available: 1/15 RPM has 82 minute Regeneration Time. 1/30 RPM has 164 minute Regeneration Time. See Figure 5. Figure 5: Program Wheel pin storage
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Model 9000/9100/9500 9 Regeneration Cycle Program Setting Procedure Setting the Regeneration Cycle Program The Regeneration cycle program on the water conditioner is preset at the factory. However, portions of the cycle or program time may be lengthened or shortened for local conditions or system design. 1. Expose cycle program wheel by grasping timer in lower right hand corner and pulling. This releases snap retainer and swings timer to the left NOTE: Meter cable must be removed from meter dome before opening timer. 2. Remove the program wheel by grasping program wheel and squeezing protruding lugs towards center. Lift program wheel off timer. — Switch arms may require movement to facilitate removal. 3. Return timer to closed position by engaging snap retainer in back plate. — Make certain all electrical wires locate above snap retainer post. Changing Length of the Backwash Time The program wheel in Figure 5 is In Service position. Looking at the numbered side of the program wheel, the group of pins starting at zero determines the length of time the unit backwashes. Example: If there are six pins in this section, the time of backwash is 12 minutes (2 minutes per pin). To change the length of backwash time, add or remove pins as required. — The number of pins multiplied by two equals minutes of backwash. Changing Length of Brine and Rinse Time The group of holes between the last pin in the backwash section and the second group of pins determines the length of time that a unit will brine and rinse (2 minutes per hole). To change the length of brine and rinse time, add or remove pins in the rapid rinse group of pins to increase or decrease the number of holes in the brine and rinse section. — The number of holes multiplied by two equals minutes of brine and rinse. Changing Length Of Rapid Rinse The second group of pins on the program wheel determines the length of time the water conditioner rapid rinses (2 minutes per pin). To change the length of rapid rinse time, add or remove pins at the higher numbered end of this section as required. — The number of pins multiplied by two equals minutes of rapid rinse. NOTE: Program wheels with 0–82 minute cycle times, use one minute per pin or hole to set Regeneration times. The layout of pins and holes on the program wheel follow the same procedure as on this page. Changing Length of Brine Tank Refill Time The second group of holes on the program wheel determines the length of time the water conditioner refills the brine tank (2 minutes per hole). To change the length of refill time, move the two pins at the end of the second group of holes as required. The Regeneration cycle is complete when the two pin set at end of the brine tank refill section trips the outer micro-switch. The program wheel, however, continues to rotate until the inner micro-switch drops into the notch on the program wheel.
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Model 9000/9100/9500 10 Time Brine Refill and Meter Setting Procedure Programming 1. The control valve is set at the factory for backwash; brine and slow rinse; rapid rinse and brine tank fill times. Change any of these times by repositioning the pins and holes or adding more pins. NOTE: Two speed timer motors are available 1/15 RPM has 82 minute Regeneration Time and each pin or hole equals one minute. 1/30 RPM has 164 minute Regeneration Time and each pin or hole equals two minutes. 2. The control valve has a separate brine tank fill cycle. — Calculate the desired salt setting using the brine line flow control rate of refill (in gpm) multiplied by the timer setting. Then, using one gallon of fresh water dissolving approximately 3 lbs salt, calculate the refill time. Example: A desired 30 lbs salt setting: The unit has a 1.0 gpm refill rate so a 10 gallon fill is required. 10 gallons x 3 lbs/gals = 30 lbs salt Set the timer refill section at 10 minutes. 10 minutes x 1.0 gpm = 10 gallon fill NOTE: There must always be two pins at the end of a refill time to stop the fill cycle. With the Regeneration times set, place timer back to its original position, making sure the lower right hand corner snaps back into the backplate and the meter cable slides through the backplate and does not bind. 3. Setting the gallon wheel. Knowing the amount of resin in each tank and the salt setting per Regeneration, calculate the gallons available, using the following capacities as a guide: NOTE: Based on tank size: More resin increases capacity, less resin decreases capacity. More salt increases capacity, less salt decreases capacity. Example: DO NOT SET THIS FIGURE - GO TO STEP 4 — Because the control valve regenerates with soft water from the other tank, subtract the water used for Regeneration. Take each Regeneration cycle and calculate the water used. (capacity per ft3 x ft3 of resin per tank) = gallons available compensated hardness of H2O tank diameter = 16" compensated hardness = 35 grains per gal (tested sample) ft3 resin (based on flow rate) = 4 lbs of salt = 8 capacity per ft3 = 24,000 (24,000 x 4 ft3 of resin per tank) = 2740 gallons available before regeneration 35 grains
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Model 9000/9100/9500 11 Example: Unit is set for a 16" diameter tank with 4 ft3 of resin and salted at 8 lbs. per ft3, 7 gpm backwash, #3 injector, 1.0 gpm brine refill, and 60 psi and timer set for 10 min. backwash, 60 min. brine and rinse, 10 min. rapid rinse, 10 min. brine tank fill. With the 2740 gallons available calculated in Step 3, subtract the Regeneration water used from the total water available. 4. Set meter wheel at approximately 2530 gallons. Lift the inner dial of the meter program wheel so that you can rotate it freely. Position the white dot opposite the 2530 gallon setting. NOTE: There is a slight delay between the time the meter zeros out and the cycle starts. Units using the: 1/15 RPM motor, 82 minute Regeneration Time has a 9 minute delay 1/30 RPM motor, 180 minute Regeneration Time has an 18 minute delay. This delay period is not critical on residential equipment. However, take this factor into consideration for commercial applications by subtracting continuous flows for 9 minutes or 18 minutes from water available. 5. Insert meter cable into meter. 6. Check bypass. 7. Plug in unit. Backwash 10 minutes x 7.0 gpm = 70.0 gallons Brine and Rinse 60 minutes x 1.0 gpm = 60.0 gallons Rapid Rinse 10 minutes x 7.0 gpm = 70.0 gallons Brine Tank Fill 10 minutes x 1.0 gpm = 10.0 gallons Total Regeneration Water = 210.0 gallons 2740 gallons available - 210 gallons used = 2530 gallons (in Regeneration, Step 4)
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Model 9000/9100/9500 12 ET Timer Installation And Start-Up Procedures 1. In Normal Operation the Time Of Day and, if flow meter equipped, the Volume Remaining displays appear alternately. Set the Time Of Day display. Press the Up or Down set button to display the correct time. 2. Flow Meter Equipped Valves Only: The Volume Remaining Display displays the volume of water in gallons (including any reserve capacity) remaining prior to Regeneration. When there is no water usage the Meter arrow should not appear or not change. Open a soft water tap. The Meter arrow begins flashing at a rate that varies with flow rate. Close the tap after 3–5 gallons of water flow. 3. Manually initiate a Regeneration cycle and allow water to run to drain for 3 to 4 minutes. Press and release the Extra Cycle button. With Immediate Regeneration timers the control goes into Regeneration immediately. With Delayed Regeneration timers the In Service arrow flashes immediately and a Regeneration occurs at the preset Regeneration Time. Press and hold the Extra Cycle button for 5 seconds. The control goes into Regeneration immediately. 4. Manually step the valve through a Regeneration cycle, checking valve operation in each step. During Regeneration the control displays the Regeneration step number to which the valve is advancing or has reached and the time remaining in that step. Figure 6 Figure 7 Example: 12:59 P.M. Valve In Service Example: 125 gallons of water remaining Valve In Service No water flow Volume below reserve capacity Reserve arrow flashing Example: 0 gallons of water remaining Valve In Service Water flowing Volume below reserve capacity Reserve arrow flashing
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Model 9000/9100/9500 13 — When the first cycle step is reached, a red LED turns on indicating the current Regeneration cycle step. — Press the Extra Cycle button during a Regeneration step to immediately advance the valve to the next Regeneration step position. — Press the Up or Down set buttons during a Regeneration step to adjust the time remaining in the current Regeneration step. Programmed Regeneration step times are not changed. — Once all Regeneration cycle steps are complete, the valve returns to In Service and resumes normal operation. 5. Manually step the valve to the Brine Draw position (see Step #15) and allow the valve to draw water from the brine tank until it stops. *NOTE: The air check checks at approximately the midpoint of the screened intake area. 6. Manually step the valve to the Brine Refill position and allow the valve to return to In Service automatically. 7. Make sure the brine refill time (salt dosage) is set as recommended by the manufacturer. 8. With the valve In Service, check that there is about 1″ of water above the grid in the brine tank, if one is used. 9. Fill the brine tank with salt. NOTE: It is recommended a 9V Alkaline Battery be installed at all times for proper valve operation. The Low Battery LED turns on when the battery needs to be replaced. Figure 8 Figure 9 Example: Valve advancing to Regeneration Step #1 #1 flashing Regeneration arrow on Backwash Example: Regeneration Step #1 reached 10.0 minutes remain in Step #1 Regeneration arrow on Backwash
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Model 9000/9100/9500 14 ET Timer Control Start-Up Procedure Display ET Figure 10: ET Timer Display In Normal operation the Time Of Day display alternates with the Volume Remaining display. The meter arrow flashes in direct relation to the water flow rate through the unit. As treated water is used, the Volume Remaining display counts down from a maximum value to the calculated reserve capacity. The Reserve arrow flashes when the reserve capacity is being used. At the preset Regeneration Time, a Regeneration cycle initiates. Figure 11 Service Indicator Valve In Service, Arrow On Manual Regeneration Tonight, Flashing Arrow Time of Day Indicator Reserve Indicator Volume Remaining Above Reserve, Arrow Off Volume Remaining At or Below Reserve, Arrow Flashing Flow Indicator No Water Flow, Arrow Off Water Flow, Arrow Flashing Totalizer Indicator Flow Rate Indicator Program Indicator Volume Remaining Indicator Sensor Indicator Sensor Input Signal, Arrow Flashing Valid Regeneration Signal, Arrow On Lockout Indicator Lockout Signal, Arrow On Regeneration Indicator Valve in Regeneration, Arrow On Example: 125 gallons of water remaining Valve In Service No water flow Volume is below reserve capacity Example: 0 gallons of water remaining Valve In Service Water flowing Meter arrow flashing Volume is below reserve capacity
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Model 9000/9100/9500 15 ET Timer Control Operation Timeclock Regeneration Valves When the number days since the last Regeneration reaches the preset number of days, a Regeneration cycles initiates at the preset Regeneration Time. Flow Meter Equipped Immediate Regeneration Valves The Time Of Day display alternates with the Volume Remaining display. The Meter arrow flashes in direct relation to the water flow rate through the unit. As treated water is used, the Volume Remaining display counts down from a maximum value to zero and initiates a Regeneration cycle. Sensor Immediate Regeneration Valves When the control receives a valid sensor input signal, a Regeneration cycle initiates. The Sensor Input arrow flashes until the signal is determined to be valid. Sensor Delayed Regeneration Valves When the control receives a valid sensor input signal, a Regeneration cycle initiates at the preset Regeneration Time. The Sensor Input arrow flashes until the signal is determined to be valid. The Reserve arrow flashes when the reserve capacity is being used. Lockout Input Operation The lockout arrow turns on whenever the control sends a lockout signal. Any requests for Regeneration are delayed until this signal is removed. Regeneration then proceeds normally. Figure 12 Figure 13 Example: 525 gallons of water remaining Valve In Service Water flowing Meter arrow flashing Example: 12:58 A.M. with invalid sensor signal Valve In Service Sensor arrow flashing Example: 12:59 A.M. with valid sensor signal Valve In Service Sensor arrow on Reserve arrow flashing Delayed regeneration
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Model 9000/9100/9500 16 Start an Extra Cycle Press the Extra Cycle button to start an Extra Regeneration tonight. Press and hold the Extra Cycle button for 5 seconds to start an Extra Cycle immediately. Totalizer/Flow Rate Press the Totalizer Flow Rate button to display the flow rate. Press the button a second time to display the total accumulation of water flow through the valve since the last reset. Press the button a third time to return the display to Time Of Day or Volume Remaining. — Press and hold the button for 25 seconds to reset the Totalizer display. During the 25 seconds, the Totalizer arrow flashes indicating that the display is resetting properly. Low Battery Indicator The red Low Battery LED turns on whenever the 9V Alkaline Battery (not included) requires replacement. The battery is used for memory backup and is stored against the valve backplate. In the event of a power outage, the battery maintains the current operating displays for approximately 24 hours at maximum battery capacity. Immediate Regeneration Valves With Days Between Regeneration Override Set When the valve reaches its set Days Since Regeneration Override value, a Regeneration cycle initiates immediately. This event occurs regardless of the Volume Remaining display reaching zero gallons. Delayed Regeneration Valves With Days Between Regeneration Override Set When the valve reaches its set Days Since Regeneration Override value, a Regeneration cycle initiates at the preset Regeneration Time. This event occurs regardless of the Volume Remaining display reaching the calculated reserve capacity. Control Operation During Regeneration In Regeneration the control displays a special Regeneration display. The control shows the current Regeneration step number to which the valve is advancing or has reached, and the time remaining in that step. The displayed step number flashes until the valve completes driving to the Regeneration step position. Once all Regeneration steps are complete the valve returns to In Service and resumes normal operation. Figure 14 Figure 15
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Model 9000/9100/9500 17 Press the Extra Cycle button during a Regeneration cycle to immediately advances the valve to the next cycle step position and resume normal step timing. Control Operation During Programming The control enters Program Mode with the valve In Service. While in Program Mode the control continues to operate normally, monitoring water usage and keeping all displays up to date. Control programming is stored in memory permanently. There is no need for battery backup power. Control Operation During A Power Failure During a power failure all control displays and programming are stored for use upon power re-application. The control retains these values for years, if necessary, without loss. The control is fully inoperative and any calls for Regeneration are delayed. The control, upon power re-application, resumes normal operation from the point that it was interrupted. An inaccurate or flashing Time of Day display indicates that a power outage has occurred. Figure 16 Example: Less than 10 minutes remaining in Regeneration Step #1 Backwash
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Model 9000/9100/9500 18 SE Timer Control Start-Up Procedures Display SE In normal operation the Time Of Day display alternates with Volume Remaining and Tank in In Service displays (9000SE Timer only). As treated water is used, the Volume Remaining display counts down (in gallons) from a maximum value to zero or (----). Once this occurs a Regeneration cycle initiates immediately or delayed to the set Regeneration Time. Water flow through the valve is indicated by the flashing Flow Dot Indicator. Set Time of Day When the valve is In Service, press either the Set Up or Set Down button once to adjust the Time Of Day by one digit. Press and hold to adjust by several digits. Start an Extra Regeneration Cycle Press the Extra Regeneration button to start an Extra Regeneration tonight. Press and hold the Extra Regeneration button for 5 seconds to start an Extra Regeneration immediately. Figure 17: SE Timer Display Figure 18: SE Timer Display During Normal Operation
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Model 9000/9100/9500 19 Set Control Programming 1. Press and hold both the Set Up and Set Down buttons for 5 seconds. 2. Set the Treated Water Capacity. Using the Set Up or Set Down buttons, set the amount of treated water to flow through the unit before a Regeneration is required. 3. Press the Extra Regeneration button. 4. Set the Regeneration Time. Use the Set Up or Set Down buttons to set the desired time of day for Regeneration to occur. NOTE: This does not display if Regeneration occurs immediately. 5. Press the Extra Regeneration button. 6. Set Regeneration Day Override. Use the Set Up or Set Down buttons to set the maximum number of days before a Regeneration cycle must occur. 7. Press the Extra Regeneration button to exit the program.* NOTE: If setting up the system for the first time, perform the following Fast Cycle Regeneration: 1. Press the Extra Regeneration button for 5 seconds to force an Extra Regeneration immediately. 2. Once the valve reaches Regen Step #1, let water run to drain for approximately 5 minutes. 3. Press the Extra Regeneration button once to advance valve to Regen Step #2. 4. Press the Extra Regeneration button once to advance valve to Regen Step #3 (if active). 5. Press the Extra Regeneration button once to advance valve to Regen Step #4 (if active). 6. Press the Extra Regeneration button once to advance valve to Regen Step #5 (if active). 7. Press the Extra Regeneration button once more to advance the valve back to In Service.
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Model 9000/9100/9500 20 Immediate Regeneration Valves With Days Between Regeneration Override Set When the valve reaches its set Days Since Regeneration Override value, a Regeneration cycle initiates immediately. This event occurs regardless of the Volume Remaining display reaching zero gallons. Delayed Regeneration Valves With Days Between Regeneration Override Set When the valve reaches its set Days Since Regeneration Override value a Regeneration cycle initiates at the preset Regeneration Time. This event occurs regardless of the Volume Remaining display reaching zero gallons. Control Operation During Regeneration In Regeneration the control displays a special Regeneration display. While in Regeneration the control shows the current Regeneration step number to which the valve is advancing or has reached, and the time remaining in that step. The displayed step number flashes until the valve completes driving to this Regeneration step position. Once all Regeneration steps are complete the valve returns to In Service and resumes normal operation. Example: Pressing the Extra Cycle button during a Regeneration cycle immediately advances the valve to the next cycle step position and resumes normal step timing. Control Operation During Programming The control only enters the Program Mode with the valve In Service. While in the Program Mode the control continues to operate normally monitoring water usage and keeping all displays up to date. Control programming is stored in memory permanently. There is no need for battery backup power. Control Operation During A Power Failure During a power failure all control displays and programming are stored for use upon power re-application. The control retains these values for years, if necessary, without loss. The control is fully inoperative and any calls for Regeneration are delayed. The control, upon power re-application, resumes normal operation from the point that it was interrupted. An inaccurate or flashing Time of Day display indicates that a power outage has occurred. Figure 19
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Model 9000/9100/9500 21 ET and SE Timer Assemblies Figure 20 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 configured item ET timer assembly 2 1 configured item SE timer assembly 3 1 40427-03 wire harness
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Model 9000/9100/9500 22 9000/9100/9500 Electro Mechanical Timer Assembly Figure 21
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Model 9000/9100/9500 23 9000/9100/9500 Electro Mechanical Timer Assembly Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 13870-03 timer housing assembly. 2 1 17870 label, capacity gallons 3 1 15465 label, Caution 4 1 16930 label, Instruction 5 1 15227 actuator plate 6 1 10300 screw, hex washer #8 7 1 17513 spring clip 8 1 15407 washer, plain #4 9 1 15228 spring 10 1 16270-10 gallon wheel assembly 3/4" standard range meter 16270-50 gallon wheel assembly 3/4" extended range meter 16270-30 gallon wheel assembly 1" standard range meter 16270-40 gallon wheel assembly 1" extended range meter 16270-50 gallon wheel assembly 1-1/2" standard range meter 16270-60 gallon wheel assembly 1-1/2" extended range meter 11 1 13806 program wheel retainer 12 1 13748 screw, flathead #6-20 13 2 11999 button decal 14 1 15223 cycle actuator gear 15 1 13886-01 knob 16 4 13296 screw, hex washer #6-20 17 1 17724 drive pinion 18 1 17723 drive pinion clutch 19 1 14276 spring, meter clutch 20 1 14253 retainer 21 3 14087 insulator 22 1 15314 switch 23 1 15320 switch 24 2 11413 screw, pan head #4-40 25 1 13018 idler shaft 26 1 18563 spring, idler shaft 27 1 13017 idler gear 28 1 13164 drive gear 29 1 13887 motor mounting plate 30 1 18743 motor, 120V 60 Hz.-1/30 RPM 18824 motor, 220V 50 Hz.-1/30 RPM 19170 motor, 120V 60 Hz.-1/15 RPM 18825 motor, 220V 50 Hz.-1/15 RPM 31 2 13278 screw, #6-32 32 1 14265 spring clip 33 1 15055 main drive gear 34 1 19210-02 program wheel, 90 minute 19210-05 program wheel, 180 minute 35 23 15493 roll pin 36 1 15203 harness 37 2 12681 wire nut 38 1 60320-02 auxiliary timer switch kit (not shown)
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Model 9000/9100/9500 25 9000/9100/9500 Power Head Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 2 18728 nut, clip #8-32 2 1 11838 power cord, 6' U.S. 120V 11839 power cord, 12' U.S.120V 40084-12 power cord, 12' U.S. 120V (ET) 11545-01 power cord, 5' European 220V 14678 power cord, 6' U.S. 220V 19303-01 power cord, Australian 8' 220V 40085-12 power cord, 12' U.S. 220V (ET) 19674 transformer, U.S., 110V to 24V 25651 transformer, European, 220V to 24V 3 1 15202 wire harness, mechanical 14822 wire harness auxiliary drive switch 40041-06 wire harness, low voltage (ET) 4 1 15134 drive gear assembly, lower 5 1 15135 drive gear assembly 6 1 14896 geneva wheel 7 2 40422 wire connector 8 2 19367 cover screw 9 1 15175 position decal 10 2 14917 retaining ring 11 1 15199 ground plate 12 1 14430 screw, hex washer #6 13 2 19160 screw, motor mounting 14 1 18737 drive motor, 24V, 50/60 Hz (red wires) 1 18738 drive motor, 120V, 60 Hz (black wires) 1 18739 drive motor, 220V, 50 Hz (yellow wires) 15 1 15131 backplate, mechanical and SE 17784-05 backplate, ET 17784-06 backplate, ET 16 2 15172 screw, flat head #4-40 17 2 10340 washer, lock #4 18 10218 micro switch (homing) 19 1 10339 nut, micro switch 20 1 15331 screw, valve mounting 21 2 15133 drive gear assembly, upper 22 1 13547 strain relief 23 1 15810 retaining ring, drive gear 24 1 15132 triple cam (9000/9100) 17331 triple cam (9500) 17765 triple cam (9500 auxiliary switch) 25 1 15638 cable guide (9000/9100) 1 17337 cable guide (9500) 26 2 15372 washer, thrust 27 1 15216 meter cable, 15.25", 1" meter, mechanical 15425 meter cable, 13.25", 3/4" meter, mechanical 17744 meter cable, 20.75", 1-1/2" meter, mechanical 19121-01 meter cable, 1" meter, SE 19121-05 meter cable, 3/4" and 1" meter, ET 19791-01 meter cable, 1" meter, SE 28 2 15692 spacer 29 1 16433 micro switch (program) 30 1 10302 insulator 31 2 15173 screw Not Shown 32 1 60232-110 cover, black 1 60232-112 cover, black - left window 33 1 60320-09 optional auxiliary drive switch (9000/9100) 1 60320-10 optional auxiliary drive switch (9500)
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Model 9000/9100/9500 26 9000 Control Valve Assembly Figure 23
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Model 9000/9100/9500 27 9000 ControlValve Assembly Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 14861-01 valve body, machined 1 14861-01NP valve body, machined (nickel plated) 2 4 15137 screw, hex washer #10-24 x 3/8" 3 1 14906 end plate 4 1 14928 end plug 5 6 7 1 15471 stand off 8 1 60400 piston assembly, top 1 60400-01 piston assembly, top (hot water) 9 1 60125 seal and spacer kit, top 60125-HW seal and spacer kit, top (hot water) 60125-20 seal and spacer kit, top (559PE) 10 1 60421 seal and spacer kit, bottom 60421-HW seal and spacer kit, bottom (hot water) 60421-20 seal and spacer kit, (559PE) 11 1 60401 piston assembly, bottom 60401-01 piston assembly, bottom (hot water) 12 1 60385-XXXX injector assembly (see chart for dash numbers) injector number DLFC number BLFC number red #0 00 Blank 0 Blank 0 white #1 01 1.2 1 0.25 1 blue #2 02 1.5 2 0.50 2 yellow #3 03 2.0 3 1.00 3 green #4 04 2.4 4 3.0 5 3.5 6 4.0 7 5.0 8 7.0 9 12A 1 60022-12 brine line flow control assembly, 0.125 gpm 60022-25 brine line flow control assembly, 0.250 gpm 60022-50 brine line flow control assembly, 0.500 gpm 60022-100 brine line flow control assembly, 1.00 gpm 12B 1 60350 brine valve assembly Not Shown 13 12763 seal and space stuffer tool 14 13061 spacer puller tool 15 13759 DLFC retainer tool
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Model 9000/9100/9500 28 9100 Control Valve Assembly Figure 24
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Model 9000/9100/9500 29 9100 Control Valve Assembly Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 40688 valve body assembly 2 4 15137 screw, hex washer #10-24 x 3/8” 3 1 14906 end plate 4 1 14928 end plug 5 1 19054 O-ring, 124 6 1 18303 O-ring, 336 7 1 40538 retainer, 32mm 8 1 60400 piston top assembly 9 1 60125 seal and spacer kit, top 1 60125-20 seal and spacer kit, top (559PE) 10 1 60421 seal and spacer kit, bottom 1 60421-20 seal and spacer kit, bottom (559PE) 11 1 60401 piston assembly, bottom 12 1 60385-XXXX injector assembly (see following chart for dash numbers) injector number DLFC number BLFC number red #0 00 Blank 0 Blank 0 white #1 01 1.2 1 0.25 1 blue #2 02 1.5 2 0.50 2 yellow #3 03 2.0 3 1.00 3 green #4 04 2.4 4 3.0 5 3.5 6 4.0 7 5.0 8 7.0 9 12A 1 60022-12 brine line flow control assembly, 0.125 gpm 60022-25 brine line flow control assembly, 0.250 gpm 60022-50 brine line flow control assembly, 0.500 gpm 60022-100 brine line flow control assembly, 1.00 gpm 12B 1 60350 brine valve assembly 13 1 61419 distributor adapter kit, 1.05" Not Shown 14 12763 seal and space stuffer tool 15 13061 spacer puller tool 16 13759 DLFC retainer tool
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Model 9000/9100/9500 30 9500 Control Valve Assembly Figure 25 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 16919-01 valve body 9500 NPT, mechanical base 16919-01NP valve body 9500 NPT, mechanical base, nickel-plated 16919-21 valve body 9500 BSP/Metric, mechanical base 16919-21NP valve body 9500 BSP/Metric, mechanical base, nickel-plated 2 1 60080-XX injector assembly (see chart for dash numbers) 3 1 60039-XX injector assembly (see chart for dash numbers) injector number blue #2 02 yellow #3 03 green #4 04 white #5 05 4 1 60134 seal and spacer kit, top 60134-01 seal and spacer kit, top, hot water 60134 seal and spacer kit, top, silicone 5 1 60108 piston assembly, top 60108-01 piston assembly, top, hot water 6 1 60109 piston assembly, bottom 60109-01 piston assembly, bottom, hot water 7 1 60133 seal and spacer kit, bottom 60133-01 seal and spacer kit, bottom, hot water 60133-10 seal and spacer kit, bottom, silicone 8 1 16455 O-ring, 347 9 1 13577 O-ring, 226 10 1 16955 end plug 11 1 16394 O-ring, 029 12 1 14906 end plate 13 4 15137 screw, hex washer machine, 1-24 x 3/8 17657 screw, hex M5-40, Metric Not Shown 14 16516 tool, seal and spacer stuffer 15 17623 tool, spacer puller
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Model 9000/9100/9500 31 9500 Brine Valve Systems (1600 and 1700 Series) Figure 26 Figure 27 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 16922 bracket, brine valve 1600 Series Brine System 2 2 15137 screw, brine valve bracket 3 1 60037-610 brine valve assembly, 0.25 gpm 60020-620 brine valve assembly, 0.50 gpm 60020-630 brine valve assembly, 1.00 gpm 60020-690 brine valve assembly, blank 60037HW brine valve assembly, hot water 3A 1 60020-25 brine line flow control assembly, 0.25 gpm 60020-50 brine line flow control assembly, 0.50 gpm 60020-100 brine line flow control assembly, 1.00 gpm 4 1 tube, brine valve 5 1 adapter kit 6 1 16922 bracket, brine valve 1700 Series Brine System 7 2 15137 screw, brine valve bracket 8 2 15414 nut, tube 9 1 16959 tube, brine valve 10 1 60039-00 brine valve assembly, blank 60039-10 brine valve assembly, 1.0 gpm 60039-12 brine valve assembly, 1.2 gpm 60039-15 brine valve assembly, 1.5 gpm 60039-20 brine valve assembly, 2.0 gpm 60039-24 brine valve assembly, 2.4 gpm 60039-30 brine valve assembly, 3.0 gpm 60039-35 brine valve assembly, 3.5 gpm 60039-40 brine valve assembly, 4.0 gpm
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Model 9000/9100/9500 32 9000/9100/9500 Second Tank Assemblies Figure 28 Figure 29 Figure 30
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Model 9000/9100/9500 33 9000/9100/9500 Second Tank Assemblies Item Quantity Part Number Description 9000 second tank assembly 1 4 14202-01 screw, hex head #8-32 2 4 13255 clip, hold-down 3 4 15078-01 coupling assembly, 9000 4 1 14864-01 second tank adapter assembly, 9000 14864-01NP second tank adapter assembly, 9000, nickel-plated 5 1 15823-06 yoke assembly 6" tanks, 6" tubes 15823-06NP yoke assembly 6" tanks, 6" tubes, nickel-plated 15823-12 yoke assembly 12" tanks, 8-1/2" tubes 15823-12NP yoke assembly 12" tanks, 8-1/2" tubes, nickel-plated 15823-14 yoke assembly 14" tanks, 10-1/2" tubes 15823-14NP yoke assembly 14" tanks, 10-1/2" tubes, nickel-plated 15823-16 yoke assembly 16" tanks, 12-1/2" tubes 15823-16NP yoke assembly 16" tanks, 12-1/2" tubes, nickel-plated 9100 second tank assembly 6 1 60425-12 plastic tube assembly, 9100, up to 12" tanks 60425-16 plastic tube assembly, 9100, up to 16" tanks 7 1 14865 second tank adapter assembly, 9100 8 1 61419 distributors adapter kit, 9100, 1.05" 9500 second tank assembly 9 1 16919-01 second tank adapter assembly, 9500 16919-01NP second tank adapter assembly, 9500, nickel-plated 16919-21 second tank adapter assembly, 9500, BSP/Metric 16919-21NP second tank adapter assembly, 9500, BSP/Metric, nickel-plated 10 1 60715-16 tube assembly 16" tanks 60715-16NP tube assembly 16" tanks, nickel-plated 60715-20 tube assembly 20" tanks 60715-20NP tube assembly 20" tanks, nickel-plated 60715-24 tube assembly 24" tanks 60715-24NP tube assembly 24" tanks, nickel-plated
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Model 9000/9100/9500 35 9000/9100/9500 Meter Assemblies Item Quantity Part Number Description 9000 meter assembly 1 1 60086 3/4" meter assembly, standard range 60086-50 3/4" meter assembly, electronic (ET) 60087 3/4" meter assembly, extended range 1A 1 14038 meter cap assembly, standard range 1B 14716 meter cap assembly, electronic (ET) 1C 15150 meter cap assembly, extended range 1D 1 15218 meter cap assembly, brass standard range 15218NP meter cap assembly, brass nickel-plated standard range 1E 15237 meter cap assembly, brass extended range 15237NP meter cap assembly, brass nickel-plated extended range 2 1 13509 impeller 13509-01 impeller, hot water 3 1 19797 3/4" turbine meter assembly, less clips and screws 60626 3/4" turbine meter assembly with clips, screws, meter cable 60626-01 3/4" turbine meter assembly, with clips and screws 4 1 60389 1" meter assembly, standard range 60389NP 1" meter assembly, standard range 1 60389-20 1" meter assembly, standard range, BSP 60390 1" meter assembly, extended range 60390NP 1" meter assembly, extended range, nickel-plated 60390-20 1" meter assembly, extended range, BSP 60612 1" meter assembly, standard range, hot water 60622 1" meter assembly, electronic 4A 1 15078 1" adapter coupling 5 1 60610-01 1-1/2" meter assembly, standard range 60610-01NP 1-1/2" meter assembly, standard range, nickel-plated 60610-02 1-1/2" meter assembly, extended range 60610-02NP 1-1/2" meter assembly, extended range, nickel-plated 60610-21 1-1/2" meter assembly, standard range, BSP 60610-21NP 1-1/2" meter assembly, standard range, BSP, nickel-plated 60610-22 1-1/2" meter assembly, extended range, BSP 60610-22NP 1-1/2" meter assembly, extended range, BSP, nickel-plated 60611-01 1-1/2" meter assembly, standard range, with 1" sleeve 60611-01NP 1-1/2" meter assembly, standard range, with 1" sleeve, nickel-plated 60611-02 1-1/2" meter assembly, extended range, with 1" sleeve 60611-02NP 1-1/2" meter assembly, extended range, with 1" sleeve, nickel-plated Not Shown 6* 17790 1-1/2" meter sleeve reduced to 1" 7 60460 meter checker kit, standard range 8 60461 meter checker kit, extended range * when reducing 1-1/2" meter to 1" program wheel and timer settings must be changed to 1" meter size
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Model 9000/9100/9500 36 9000/9100 Bypass Valve Figure 34 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 60040SS 3/4" bypass valve NPT 60040-10 3/4" bypass valve BSP 60041SS 1" bypass valve NPT 60041-10 1" bypass valve BSP 2 1 60049 plastic bypass valve Not Shown 3 40157 plastic bypass T-handle wrench
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Model 9000/9100/9500 37 2310 Safety Brine Valve Figure 35 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 60014 2310 safety brine valve 2 1 60068 2310 float assembly 60026-30 float assembly red/white (float fill) 3 1 60002 #500 air check
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Model 9000/9100/9500 38 9500, 2350 Safety Brine Valve Figure 36 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 60038 2350 safety brine valve 1A 1 61024 2350 actuator assembly 2 1 60026-30 float assembly red/white 60076-30SAN float assembly green/green (hot water) 3 1 60009-00 #900 air check 1 60009-01 #900 air check hot water Not Shown 4 18603 2350 fittings for 1700 brine system 5 18604 #900 fittings for 1700 brine system
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Model 9000/9100/9500 39 2300 Safety Brine Valve Figure 37 Item Quantity Part Number Description 1 1 60027-FFA 2300 safety brine valve, fitting facing arm 60027-FFS 2300 safety brine valve, fitting facing stud 2 1 60028-30 float assembly blue/white 60026-30SAN float assembly green/green, hot water 3 1 60002 #500 air check 60003 #500 air check, hot water
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Model 9000/9100/9500 40 Water Conditioner Flow Diagrams In Service Position Tanks Switching Figure 38: In Service Position Figure 39: Tanks Switching, Meter Initiated Regeneration
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Model 9000/9100/9500 41 Backwash Brine Draw Figure 40: Backwash Position Figure 41: Brine Draw
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Model 9000/9100/9500 43 Brine Tank Fill Position In Service, Tanks Switched Figure 44: Brine Tank Fill Position Figure 45: In Service, Tanks Switched
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Model 9000/9100/9500 44 Troubleshooting PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION 1. Softener fails to regenerate. A. Electrical service to unit has been interrupted. B. Timer is defective. A. Assure permanent electrical service (check fuse, plug, pull chain or switch). B. Replace timer. 2. Hard water. A. Bypass valve is open. B. No salt in brine tank. C. Injector screen plugged. D. Insufficient water flowing into brine tank. E. Hot water tank hardness. F. Leak at distributor tube. G. Internal valve leak. A. Close bypass valve. B. Add Salt to brine tank and maintain salt level above water level. C. Clean injector screen. D. Check brine tank fill time and clean brine line flow control if plugged. E. Repeated flushing of the hot water tank is required. F. Make sure distributor tube is not cracked. Check O-Ring and tube pilot. D. Replace seals and spacers and/or piston. 3. Unit used too much salt. A. Improper salt setting. B. Excessive water in brine tank. A. Check salt usage and salt setting. B. See Problem No. 7. 4. Loss of water pressure. A. Iron buildup in line to water conditioner. B. Iron buildup in water conditioner. C. Inlet of control plugged due to foreign material broken loose from pipe by recent work done on plumbing system. A. Clean line to water conditioner. B. Clean control and add mineral cleaner to mineral bed. Increase frequency of regeneration and/or backwash time. C. Remove pistons and clean control. 5. Loss of mineral through drain line. A. Air in water system. B. Drain line flow control too large. A. Assure that well system has proper air eliminator control. Check for dry well condition. B. Check to ensure drain line flow control is sized properly for your mineral tank. 6. Iron in conditioned water. A. Fouled mineral bed. A. Check backwash, brine draw and brine tank fill. Increase frequency of regeneration. 7. Excessive water in brine tank. A. Plugged drain line flow control. B. Plugged injector system. C. Timer not cycling. D. Foreign material in brine valve. E. Foreign material in brine line flow control. F. Power loss during brine fill. A. Check flow control. B. Clean injector and screen. C. Replace timer. D. Replace brine valve seat and clean valve. E. Clean brine line flow control. F. Check power source.
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Model 9000/9100/9500 45 General Service Hints Problem: Softener delivers hard water PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION 8. Softener fails to draw brine. A. Drain line flow control is plugged. B. Injector is plugged. C. Injector screen plugged. D. Line pressure is too low. E. Internal Control Leak A. Clean drain line flow control. B. Clean injector. C. Clean screen. D. Increase line pressure to 25 psi min. E. Change seals, spacers and piston assembly. 9. Control cycles continuously. A. Broken or shorted switch. A. Determine if switch or timer is faulty and replace it, or replace complete power head. 10.Drain flows continuously. A. Valve is not programming correctly. B. Foreign material in control. C. Internal control leak. A. Check timer program and positioning of control. Replace power head assembly if not positioning properly. B. Remove power head assembly and inspect bore, remove foreign material and check control in various regeneration positions. C. Replace seals and piston assembly. PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION Softener delivers hard water. Reserve capacity has been exceeded. Check salt dosage requirements and reset program wheel to provide addi- tional reserve. Program wheel is not rotating with meter output. Pull cable out of meter cover and rotate manually. Program wheel must move without binding and cycle actuator must start the cycle before the clutch releases. Meter is not measuring flow. Check output by observing rotation of small gear on front of timer (Note: Program wheel must not be against regeneration stop for this check) Each tooth is approximately 75 gallons on 1-1/2″ installations. If not performing properly, replace meter.
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Model 9000/9100/9500 46 Mechanical Timer Valve Wiring Figure 46 TM - TIMER MOTOR VDM - VALVE DRIVE MOTOR SW1 - TIMER HOMING SWITCH SW2 - TIMER PROGRAM SWITCH SW3 - VALVE HOMING SWITCH SW4 - VALVE PROGRAM SWITCH THCAM - TIMER HOMING CAM TPCAM - TIMER PROGRAM CAM
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Model 9000/9100/9500 47 ET Timer Valve Wiring Twin Unit Meter/Timeclock/Sensor Regeneration Figure 47 TB1 - HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK TB2 - LOW VOLTAGE TERMINAL BLOCK CB1 - 3200ET CIRCUIT BOARD F1 - TIMED AUXILIARY OUTPUT FUSE VDM - VALVE DRIVE MOTOR SW1 - HOMING SWITCH SW2 - STEP SWITCH SW3 - BRINE CAM SWITCH HCAM - VALVE HOMING CAM SCAM - VALVE STEP CAM BVCAM - BRINE VALVE CAM
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Model 9000/9100/9500 48 SE Timer Valve Wiring Figure 48 CB1 - SE TIMER T1 - 24V TRANSFORMER TM - 3/4" TURBINE FLOW METER (OPTIONAL) PWM - 1.0" PADDLE WHEEL FLOW METER (OPTIONAL) VDM - VALVE DRIVE MOTOR SW1 - VALVE HOMING SWITCH SW2 - VALVE STEP SWITCH HCAM - VALVE HOMING CAM SCAM - VALVE STEP CAM
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Model 9000/9100/9500 54 Injector Flow Data 9000/9100 Figure 55: 9000/9100—1600 Series Injectors
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Model 9000/9100/9500 55 9500 Figure 56: 9500—1600 Series Injectors Figure 57: 9500—1700 Series Injectors

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