Ensuring your analyzer functions optimally is crucial for accurate pool monitoring. Sometimes, incorrect measurements can be attributed to dirt accumulation on the probe. A comprehensive cleaning may resolve this issue. Follow the detailed steps below to clean your probe and improve the accuracy of your measurements.

Step-by-Step Cleaning Guide:

  1. Preparation: Remove the analyzer from the water and remove the usage cap. Start this cleaning process in a dry, clean environment.

2. Wipe the Device: Use a clean, absorbent cloth to gently wipe the device, especially focusing on the lower part where the probe is situated. Avoid touching the sensors directly.

3. Disassembly: If there's a screw on the nut's edge, use a screwdriver to loosen it. Skip this step if no screw is present.


4. Nut Removal: Unscrew the nut with the cloth. If difficult, adjustable pliers can be used carefully at the precise location (refer to Image A for guidance).

5. Unlocking the Probe: Utilize a knife, cutter, or even nails to unlock the probe.


6. Probe Extraction: Carefully remove the probe, keeping the analyzer upright to prevent water ingress. Check and remove the seal if it's stuck inside.

7. Drying Off Residual Water: Dry any remaining water around the opening and inside the hole with the cloth.

8. Cleaning the Golden Contacts: Dip a cotton swab in household alcohol and clean the probe's golden contacts until they are completely clean and shiny.

9. Seal Replacement: Reattach the seal to the probe.

10. Reinserting the Probe: Place the probe back and twist it until it fits correctly, indicated by three beeps within 15 seconds.

11. Tighten the Nut: Screw the nut back on firmly, using a cloth to enhance grip and prevent injury.

12. Reassembling: If your model includes a screw, tighten it appropriately without overdoing it. Then, replace the usage cap and submerge the analyzer back in water.

Additional Cleaning and Diagnostic Tips:

Inspecting Sensors: Ensure the sensors are free from dirt by removing the usage cap and unscrewing the nut for a clear view.

Rinsing: Rinse the probe with clean water after resecuring the nut.

Deep Cleaning: Immerse the device in soapy water for 5 minutes.

Calibration: Consider calibration if measurements do not stabilize. Ensure ample calibration solution is used, gently shake the device for thorough coverage, and wait a few seconds.


If your device still is under warranty, don't hesitate to contact your dealer.