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Reprograming Easytouch

Posted by fwals (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 8, 11 at 15:27

I have an Easytouch 4 controlling and Intelliflo VS-3050. I have both solar and gas heat (Master Temp) that heats the spa. Pool and spa are on the same equipment and body of water.

I noticed yesterday my pool was cycling on and off every 15 minutes. I switched over to spa and it did the same as well. My clock was off by 3 hrs. from what it was originally programed. I reset the clock and date, reprogramed the schedule but it still keeps cycling on and off. I don't have a clue as to what caused this and I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong if anything when I tried to reprogram. Any help would be appreciated.


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RE: Reprograming Easytouch

Sounds like Freeze Protect is on.


RE: Reprograming Easytouch

It is but its not even close to freezing, its 50 degrees where I'm at.

RE: Reprograming Easytouch

Check the temp on the read out and see what it says. That sounds like freeze control taking over.

You can also try to press the reset button on the outside panel. This will reboot the computer, but no programming will be lost.

If the temp is not low, and the reset doesnt work and you have a spa side remote, turn the remote off and see if it continues. Sometimes a button gets stuck and can cause wierd things to happen.

Thats all I have.

RE: Reprograming Easytouch

It may be 50 degrees but perhaps you have a bad air sensor. If the sensor thinks it is in the 30's, it could be 100 degrees out and your freeze protect will kick in. Part # 520272 in the pipe generally between the pump and filter.

RE: Reprograming Easytouch

Well it wasn't the freeze control; I had turned it off and it still continued the on and off cycle. What I did do, and so far its not cycling, was reset the control panel. Don't know what caused this to happen but it seems fine now.

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