Timer: If the timer does not activate the system at the desired time, see “Electrical Hookup Schematic”
and timer instructions.
Size Selective Inlet: Inlet does not fit onto shelter: it is critical to install in inlet in a vertical path
onto the shelter. Many times it will take two people to gently lower the inlet onto the shelter. If the
holes in the sides of the shelter do not exactly line up with holes in Inlet shelter pan, it may be necessary
to gently file away a small amount of material to align the holes. Most often the inlet holes will align by
simply moving the inlet relative to the shelter until alignment. If the inlet hood does not fit onto
acceleration plate, be sure that the spacers are not tightened until all of the washers, screws and spacers
are loosely assembled. If inlet does not open properly, be sure the strut is in correct position and strut
slot is aligned with shoulder bolt. If the top tub and bottom tub do not seal together, be sure alignment
pin in top tub goes into alignment pin “hole” in bottom tub. It is also necessary that the alignment pins on
1st stage plate are aligned with the alignment pin “holes” on bottom tub. Adjustment hooks are provided
to assure a seal between the top and bottom tube. To adjust, loosen nut with 3/8" wrench, adjust hook
length until a tight seals develops then tighten nut. Shim plate clips are provided to assure the shim plate
rests tightly against the first stage plate. Six adjustment screws and catches are provided to insure the
seal between the inlet top section and the shelter base pan. Adjust catches by loosening the nuts with
3/8 wrench, adjust catch length until it seals then tighten. Do this for all 6 catches. A shelter base pan
gasket 16"x 16" is provided to seal between the shelter base pan and inlet base pan. If a leak develops,
replace this gasket. All gaskets should be inspected for age or misuse. Replace as necessary.
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