There are two alarms which are designated by red and amber colored bulbs. Red represents a high water alarm (HWA). Amber represents an aeration alarm (COMP). For each alarm light there is a corresponding audible alarm which can be muted.
What to do if you have an alarm:
If alarm is on and the sprinklers are spraying, stop using any water and wait. Eventually it will drop water level below the alarm level.
If the alarm is on and the sprinklers are not spraying, make sure breaker, labeled pump, is on inside the control panel.
If alarm is on, make sure compressor switch is in the up position (only applies to some models). Check 1/8 inch air tube for leaks starting at front or side of compressor and ending at bottom right rear corner of control panel. Make sure breaker, labeled comp, is on inside the control panel.
If the alarm persists or both alarms are on, contact Lonestar Aerobic Services at (830) 443-4559.