Pump Placement: Consider placing the pump in the garage, by the pool equipment, or any suitable location that is flat, dry, protected from the elements, and close to both a 120 GFI outlet and a water spigot. A connector hose is provided from the spigot to the filtration system and from the filtration system to the water pump.

The pump should be placed near ground level. When the system is turned off the high pressure tubing will gravity feed out the pressure relief valve near the pump for 2-3 seconds. During startup this valve will also squirt very briefly as the pressure builds up in the tubing. To connect the pump to the water supply, we recommend starting by attaching the connector hose to the pump first, then connecting to the output side of the filter. Next connect the
other connector hose to the input side of filter assembly and finally to the spigot or garden hose.

The Filter Assembly: Your system includes a 5 micron filtration system with anti scale cartridge. Drop the filter in the canister and slip the cartridge inside the filter. Then hand tighten with the supplied spanner wrench. Finally use the mounting bracket to attach the filter assembly to a wall, fence, or wherever you decide to place the pump. As ongoing maintenance, check the canister once every few weeks. Depending on the quality and hardness of your water, you may wish to replace the filter or cartridge if you see them deteriorating. The anti scale cartridge is a time release product that should be replaced when near empty. THE KEY TO KEEPING YOUR NOZZLES CLEAN IS TO KEEP YOUR FILTER IN GOOD WORKING ORDER.

The Nozzles: Made of ceramic these nozzles should give you years of excellent use. They should be double wrapped with Teflon tape (provided) and screwed into the nozzle assembly with a 14 mm wrench or socket wrench. Do not over tighten! When the pump is turned on, the nozzle should emit a cone shaped mist pattern. If it happens to squirt a stream it is very easy to fix. Simply remove the nozzle from the brass assembly, pull the plug from the back of the nozzle, blow it off and press the white check valve back into the nozzle and replace in the brass assembly.

It is a great idea to perform regular maintenance on your nozzles. If you see the mist deteriorating, remove the nozzles, pull out the back and soak them in a 50/50 mixture of CLR (available at any home improvement center or good hardware store) and water. Then rinse with warm water, towel dry and replace in the assemblies. We recommend you keep a few extra replacement nozzles handy for timely replacement.

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The nozzle assembly is placed in the center of the fan. There are two ways to do this. Plan A: Screw the bar nut through the Cool-Off washer and into the thread rear of the nozzle assembly. Only thread it on enough to secure themvery loose. Then angle the bar nut down into the hole in the center of the fan, slide it back along the inside and pull the assembly away from the fan so the bar nut presses on the inside of the front of the fan cage. Then, keeping pressure on the bar nut twist the nozzle assembly until it snugs up to the fan.

Plan B: Remove the front of the fan housing by undoing the screws, attach the nozzle assembly, and replace the front to the main fan assembly. Mount the fans where you want them. All necessary hardware is included. If you are mounting the ceiling Dual Breeze all necessary instructions are include in the box. It is similar to hanging a common paddle fan.

Run the high pressure tubing to the fans. Begin by cutting a small piece of tubing (1-2 feet) with the supplied cutters and insert it into the slip lock output fitting on the pump. Be sure all tubing is cut with a straight perpendicular clean cut. If not the fittings may leak. Attach the pressure relief valve and then run the tubing out the other end toward the fans. 3/8th inch tube hangers are supplied and more are available at any hardware store. Use the 90 degree elbows for going around corners and when you get to a fan utilize a 3-way slip to branch out to the fan and extend to the next fan. At the last fan use a 90 degree elbow and the system should be intact.

Before you connect to the last fan on the line turn on the water faucet moderately and turn on the pump. Let the water run out the tubing for a minute or so to making sure there is no air in the line. Be careful not to aim the tubing at anything or anyone. It is under high pressure. Attach the last nozzle and you are set to go.

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