Re: Dessalator duo 60 warning light
Here’s what I have found.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I installed a bypass hose on the product water so I could divert the water before it went into the tank.
I removed the wires off the pressure sensor and everything came back to life. I ran it till the green “good water light came on then rotated the pressure knob until indicator was just in the green. Product water flowed. I tested the water every 3-4 mins and quality slowly improved. After about 15 mins it was down around 315 on my TDS meter so diverted it into the tank. We ran for 45 mins with no problem while keeping a good eye on the pressure gauge. We have run it 4 times since then and the only issue I have had is around the hour mark it will suddenly shut off and it is always when we are not watching, hopefully I will catch it one time.
I assume I should get 60 liters of product water per hour?
SV Ora Pai
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Sent: Sunday, 24 March 2019 1:44:05 PM
Subject: Re: [AmelYachtOwners] Dessalator duo 60 warning light
One more thought, having lost much hair getting my water maker to work after new membranes:
Have you sampled and tested the “fresh” water output just before the red light comes on? If it is too salty, the switch will trip and shut it down. I had this problem because of incorrectly installed O-rings with the membrane. I am assuming new O-rings were installed with the new membranes?
Aletes SM 240
St Augustine, Florida