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    AWC Not Being Suspended

    I'm trying to get my AWC to be suspended so I can transfer the RODI and then mix the salt. Apparently my programming isn't working correctly.

    I have a low water switch in my NSW tank (NSWLo) that I'm trying to use to suspend the water changes.

    Is the command to turn off the DOS supposed to be on the outlet that the DOS is plugged into or on the actual water change outlet that's created when you hook up the DOS?

    Shouldn't this work?

    vNSWLo

    If NSWLo OPEN Then ON
    If Outlet vReset = ON Then OFF

    NSWDos

    Fallback OFF
    Set OFF
    If Time 20:00 to 21:30 Then WtrChange
    If Time 10:00 to 11:30 Then WtrChange
    If Outlet vNSWLo = ON Then OFF
    If Outlet vHi = ON Then OFF
    If Outlet vBsmtLeak = ON Then OFF
    If Outlet vTankLeak = ON Then OFF

    OSWDos

    Fallback OFF
    Set OFF
    If Time 20:00 to 21:30 Then WtrChange
    If Time 10:00 to 11:30 Then WtrChange
    If Outlet vNSWLo = ON Then OFF
    If Outlet vHi = ON Then OFF
    If Outlet vTankLeak = ON Then OFF
    If Outlet vBsmtLeak = ON Then OFF

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    You want your VO to have this code. It will latch itself to manual ON when the level gets low and you can then get an alert, refill add salt, and then set it back to AUTO when you have it ready to go.


    Set OFF
    If NSWLo OPEN Then ON
    When ON > 000:05 Then ON


    The reset outlet is no longer needed with this new command. Make sure your firmware is current so this command is available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie View Post
    You want your VO to have this code. It will latch itself to manual ON when the level gets low and you can then get an alert, refill add salt, and then set it back to AUTO when you have it ready to go.


    Set OFF
    If NSWLo OPEN Then ON
    When ON > 000:05 Then ON


    The reset outlet is no longer needed with this new command. Make sure your firmware is current so this command is available.

    You might be an engineer if...You have no life and can prove it mathematically.
    Can you explain what that code does differently? If I'm understanding your post correctly, when the NSWLo switch opens, the vNSWLo outlet will change from "Auto" to "On". Since that outlet is now On, it will keep the AWC from occurring. When I'm ready to start the AWC again, I'll just switch the vNSWLo outlet back to Auto?

    Almost as if I were to turn on the outlet myself? So it looks like I won't need the vReset portion of the code anymore?

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    Correct.

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