As temps get lower, these lubricants which were not formulated to work in cold temperatures don’t do work as intended. They thicken up and lose their viscosity and ultimately, you can damage your robot if you run it and the lubrication in it doesn’t do its job.
Beside above, how do I use Dolphin s200?
Also know, how long should you run the dolphin pool cleaner?
The Maytronics Dolphin Nautilus Robotic Cleaner is self-contained and fully automatic. Just drop it in your pool, turn it on and leave it for about 3 hours.
How long should pool sweep run daily?
You should allow the vacuum to run until it has cleaned the entire pool, including the bottom and the sides. This averages between two and six hours. The better your pool has been maintained — for example, if you vacuum every week — the less time it takes.
What are the ideal operating temperatures for my Dolphin cleaner? Dolphin robotic pool cleaners are best used in temperatures between 43 and 93 degrees.
The rule of thumb for pool maintenance is to run your pump for eight hours per day.
In general, it’s a good idea to vacuum your pool once a week. You should also vacuum your swimming pool any time you notice large amounts of debris, dirt, or leaves on the floor of the pool (for example, your pool may need vacuuming after a heavy storm).
Ideally, you need to run your robot pool cleaner daily or at least once a day if you’re always swimming in it. But if you don’t swim in it as much, run it at least once weekly or every two weeks. When you’re using a swimming pool cover all the time, you may wash your pool monthly.
I tend to leave mime in the pool most of the time. I can get with the T4 six to eight hours between filter bag cleanings, so I just run the bot one to two hours every day or so to vacuum and I think more importantly to help mix the water especially in the deep end.
Leaving the cleaner in the pool 24/7 increases its exposure to corrosive chemicals in the water, such as chlorine or shock. Over time, these chemicals break down parts in the cleaner and discolor the cleaner. The truth of the matter is – everyone leaves them in the pool, pretty much all the time.