Paramount PCC 2000 Cleaning Systems & troubleshooting tips.

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PARAMOUNT PCC2000 CLEANING SYSTEM

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The patented PCC 2000 is a nearly invisible built-in system that can clean steps, benches, and loveseats. Swim-outs and spas, automatically! Through a network of strategically placed pop-up cleaning and circulation nozzles built into the pool floor. Dirt, sand, leaves and debris are moved towards the PCC 2000 active main drain for removal out through the bottom of the pool.

A. OPERATION


The PCC 2000 "In-Floor System operates on the principle of suspending debris in the water and removing it through your normal filtration system.

The pool pump removes water via the skimmer, and the main drain, and then through your pool's filter, which collects the impurities from the water. Water from the pool proceeds to the "water actuated valve" which in turn distributes the water to a series of "in-floor" nozzles, or "surface returns", One series of "in-floor" nozzles pops up dispersing a high pressure stream of water. After a brief period, the "water valve" will automatically cycle the water to another series of nozzles or surface returns.

For the best performance, the PCC 2000 cleaning system pump should run a minimum of 3 hours to a maximum of 5 hours per day depending on the size of the pool.

B. SYSTEM TROUBLE-SHOOTING


Problem: Dirty spots appear throughout the pool.
Solution(s):
(1) Clean filter
(2) Clean pump(s) and all basket(s).
(3) Make sure auxiliary valves are in the proper position.


Problem: Set of cleaning nozzles remain up (with pump on)
Solution(s):
(1) Valve module should be serviced or replaced (see valve trouble- shooting).
(2) Dislodge particles of debris between nozzle and body by lightly depressing nozzle, with pressure on nozzle to discharge any particles between nozzle and body


Problem: Pressure Increases
Solution(s):
(1) Clean filter by backwashing
(2) Make sure that auxiliary are in the proper position


Problem: One or more cleaning nozzles remain up while flow continues to other circuits
Solution(s):
(1) Lightly depress nozzle, by applying pressure on nozzle to discharge any particles between nozzle and body
(2) If nozzle(s) remain(s) in "Up'! position, remove nozzle(s) and clean. (Check for plaster or small rocks)


Problem: Cleaning nozzle pops-up but will not rotate (Applies to rotating nozzles only)
Solution(s):
(1) Lightly depress nozzle, applying pressure on that nozzle, to dislodge any particles between nozzle and body.
(2) If nozzle still does not rotate, remove nozzle assembly and clean inner body and outer nozzle surface.


Problem: Cleaning nozzles floating.
Solution(s):
(1) Valve module should be serviced. (See Valve trouble-shooting)


C. WATER VALVE TROUBLE-SHOOTING


Problem: Water Valve does not cycle.
Solution(s):
(1) Make sure control knob on top of water valve dome lid is in the "run" position.
(2) Check turbine shaft inside water valve module for restricted movement.


Problem: Water Valve cycles-but more than one circuit of nozzles remains in the "UP" position.
Solution(s):
(1) Check for debris lodged between floor nozzle and body, depress nozzle with pole to dislodge debris.
(2) Check to see if diaphragm inside module is ruptured.
(3) Check to see if debris is lodged between lower base ribs and module. Wash out base and module assembly thoroughly with garden hose.


Problem: Water Valve cycles-but more than one circuit of nozzles remains in the "UP" position.
Solution(s):
(1) Check for debris lodged between floor nozzle and body, depress nozzle with pole to dislodge debris.
(2) Check to see if diaphragm inside module is ruptured.
(3) Check to see if debris is lodged between lower base ribs and module. Wash out base and module assembly thoroughly with garden hose.