Maytronics Dolphin MBC8-UNI User Manual
Welcome to the story of our revolutionary Dolphin Robotic Pool Cleaner. The origin of the Dolphin robot, as we strive to bring you the latest technology in pool care, is a story of passion and belief. After developing the robotic pool cleaner with technologist Peter Rasch in 1983, the Dolphin brand is now the global leader in the pool industry.
The Dolphin Nautilus CC Robotic Pool Cleaner has the wall-climbing power to clean floors and walls regardless of pool or surface type. Your pool will be very clean with the brush design of Dolphin. Get a great pool experience with less effort every time you clean it. Keep your pool extra clean with the easy-access top-loading slim basket. A good filter removes debris from the pool to produce clean water. Its recommended strength will keep your pool clean all year.
Cleaning your pool has never been easier. Plug in your robot, put it in the pool, and empty the pool within 2 hours with Dolphin’s plug-and-play system. Dolphin Pool Cleaner has been cleaning pools around the world for 35 years and providing pool owners with hassle-free pool maintenance. With unmatched performance, durability, and cost savings, all of our Dolphin products help you get back to the most important thing in life – enjoying the pool with family and friends.
What You’ll Find Inside the Box
Description of Main Components
There are three types of optional brushes, each designed to provide optimal traction on different pool surfaces. Only one type set is provided with your robot pool cleaner.
Power supply unit Digital,
“Switch-Mode” power supply:
- Input – 100 VAC – 250 VAC
- 50 Hz – 60 Hz
- 180 W
- Output – <30 VDC
- IP 54
Robot pool cleaner Operation
Part 1 – Preparing the Robot Pool Cleaner for Use Laying out the cable Unwind the minimal required cable to cover the entire pool size, and straighten the cable along the poolside. Make sure there are no twists or kinks.
- Only use the original supplied power supply unit.
- The Power supply unit is splashproof – do not immerse it in water.
- Unplug the power supply unit before any servicing activity.
- Do not plug the power supply unit in before placing the pool cleaner in the water.
- Ensure the mains outlet is protected by a ground fault interrupter (GFI) or an earth leakage interrupter (ELI).
- Important: Do not enter the swimming pool while the pool cleaner is working.
- Keep the Robotic Pool Cleaner out of the reach of children or persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction.
Into the water
Inserting the robot pool cleaner into the pool. Place the robot pool cleaner into the pool and release the handle
When using the combined brushes or Wonder brushes, gently squeeze the Wonder brush material until it is totally wet.
Turning the robot pool cleaner ON
- Plug the floating cable from the robot pool cleaner into the power supply unit.
- Plug the electrical cable from the power supply unit into the mains.
- Press the ON/OFF switch
- The robot pool cleaner will now start to work
Do NOT enter the swimming pool while the pool cleaner is working.
How to set the Weekly Timer
With the power on, you can press the Weekly Timer to select one of the following cleaning times for the next week: One press: The robot will automatically start working every day. There will be cleaning robots seven times a week in this circuit. Two clicks: The robot automatically runs a full cycle every day; ie four times a week.
We hit it: The robot runs every three days; ie three times a week. A fourth press will stop the cleaning time. After selecting one of the programming options, the robot will start working at the next scheduled start time. If the robot is operating in Weekly Timer mode, the Weekly Timer button will flash between cycles. On weekends the power will be cut off and you will need to restore the robot.
How to get the robot out of the pool?
The gently pulls the blue float wire to guide your dolphin to the edge of the pool. When your dolphin reaches out, grab the handle and lift the robot out of the water. Place the robot on the edge of the pool and run off the remaining water. Do not use the cable to pull the Dolphin out of the water.
How to clean the filter?
The filter is easy to clean. Simply remove the filter from the robot, release the latch, let the dirt and debris flow, and throw the trash away. Do not allow the filter to dry before cleaning. It will reduce the filter cleaning process. We recommend that you clean your filter after each use.
Taking the robot pool cleaner out of the water
Unplug the power supply before any servicing activity.
- If the robot pool cleaner has not finished its cycle, turn off the power supply unit and unplug the mains.
- Pull the floating cable gently until the robot pool cleaner has risen to the surface, then lift it by the handle.
Do NOT lift the robot pool cleaner from the water by its cable.
Part 1 – Extracting and clean the filter elements
Unplug the power supply before any servicing activity.
Reassembling the filter elements
Insert the locating tabs at the bottom of the filter element into their groves on the base frame, then close the “S” clip.
Reinstall the filters according to the diagram DO NOT FORCE THE FILTERS INTO PLACE.
Rinse all brushes with clean water after each cleaning cycle.
Dismantling and cleaning the impeller
Unplug the power supply before any servicing activity. Dismantle the impeller cover and clean around the impeller housing, then reassemble.
Coil the cable and store it in a dry cool area.
- Do NOT store the robot pool cleaner exposed to direct sunlight.
- Do NOT store the robot pool cleaner exposed to excessive heat.
- Do NOT store the robot pool cleaner exposed to frost.
Before contacting your robot pool cleaner distributor please read through this guide.
The pool water condition must be within the following parameters: