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PB Question - "Winterizing" Jandy Panel

Posted by thejimbar (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 28, 12 at 20:18

Decided this winter I am going to keep the power on in our cabana to utilize some extra refrigerator space. The breaker ithat the Jandy Control Panel is on, is the same breaker that sends power out to the cabana. Can I safely leave the panel on over the winter?
The pumps, cleaners, heater, etc are on other breakers, so they won't come on. Lights are on inside the panel. The remote right now says freeze protection is on, but again, none of the equipment has power, so nothing is running.

OK to leave the panel on?

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RE: PB Question - "Winterizing" Jandy Panel

Yes but if you lost power because of Sandy, put a fresh 9V battery in.

Turning off all pump breakers is a good idea.

Make sure the panel isn't in Service mode.


RE: PB Question - "Winterizing" Jandy Panel

Thanks Scott, hope all is well with you. Have house generator so pool was good to go. Pumps all off as I said, panel in normal mode so all is good here.

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