Charging the battery:
To charge the battery, follow the instructions that came with the feature.
Being Lithium, the battery is quick to charge, in approximately 3 hours.
Over time, the water the level of the pool will gradually drop due to splash and evaporation. It is important to check, and top up, your feature regularly. Never let the pump run dry.
Upgrading to the Solar Panel:
Adding the Solar Panel Upgrade to your Liberty feature allows you to harness the power of the sun to run your feature. The unique ‘run and recharge’ technology, along with a Lithium battery, mean that, in good sunlight the feature should run continuously for days or even weeks without having to be charged indoors.
Follow the instruction manual for installing the Solar Panel to your feature.
Keeping the pump clean:
The pre-filter foam on the pump is there to prevent small particles getting into the impellor and blocking the running of the pump. You should check the pump foam occasionally to ensure it doesn’t block, and slow the water flow down. Clean if the flow reduces or every few weeks, otherwise. It is also advisable, while you have the pump open, to pull out, and rinse the impellor.
Keeping the feature clean:
Over time the feature may pick up every day dirt and grime. Clean the feature by wiping down with a damp cloth or sponge. If the water gets dirty, simply syphon out and refresh. If you have problems with algae on your feature and prefer to treat it, use a product such as Blagdon extract of Barley Straw which reduces cloudy green water, cotton wool algae and filamentous algae.
Running from mains power:
Although the Liberty Features are designed as cable-free, they can still be run from mains power if you prefer. If the low voltage, 5m charger cable does not reach your socket, you can use a Liberty mains extension cable, available as an accessory. If you run the feature from an indoor power socket you can add a timer to the plug which will give you the option to run the feature when you desire.