Our generators are provided with automatic drainage system in order to reduce the formation of scale and agglomeration of limestone, but this system does not avoid regular maintenance of the unit.
A limescale filter can avoid you a too frequent maintenance of the unit, you can also use a water softener or filter anti Tartar and anti limestone (right photo) (available on our web site - click on the image)
The tank, resistance and probe of filling must be regularly scaled
The water in the tank causes an accumulation of limestone more or less quick depending on your water quality, which can subsequently lead to the malfunction of the probe of water as well as accelerated wear of the resistance level.
To perform the cleaning depends on the quality of your water and the frequency of use of the device.
Perform a descaling first 2 weeks after the first use and repeat the operation based on the amount of limestone found
Descaling is recommended every 100 to 200 hours of use (it also depends on hardness and the quality of your water).
-Check that the generator is cold (let it cool if necessary)
-Make sure that the generator is powered - off electricity cut off
-Remove the top plate and side plate (6/8 screws)
-Disconnect the sheets of water level (circular block with 3 causses - see instructions) probe note their position in order to facilitate reassembly
-Unscrew the level sensor and remove the generator using a clamp.
-Clean the probe separately
-Pour the citric acid (citric acid is completely biodegradable and non-toxic) in the tank through the opening of the level probe
-Screw back the level sensor and reconnect the sheets in the same order as the one where you found their disconnection
-Connect the generator to your electrical power
-Operate the generator 2 hours
Attention do not use the hammam during this cabin!
It is better to drain the device in a container opened in order to see the amount of limescale removed!
Increase the frequency of descaling or decrease the depending on its result
Careful not to put water or citric acid on electrical connections!