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Stolireef
06/27/2017, 07:07 PM
As the resident Apex idiot, I cannot figure out how to do something really simple. I'd like to be able to select feed mode A and shut off all of the pumps. I'd like to cancel it to turn all of the pumps back on again. Even if the all pumps off lasts for three hours, that's fine. I just can't figure out how to configure the feed modes.

Then again, I still have trouble figuring out which light switches control which lights in my house. Sorry for the dumb (but important) question.

tenurepro
06/27/2017, 08:11 PM
As the resident Apex idiot, I cannot figure out how to do something really simple. I'd like to be able to select feed mode A and shut off all of the pumps. I'd like to cancel it to turn all of the pumps back on again. Even if the all pumps off lasts for three hours, that's fine. I just can't figure out how to configure the feed modes.



Then again, I still have trouble figuring out which light switches control which lights in my house. Sorry for the dumb (but important) question.



Copy and paste this in the dialogue box for all your apex controlled circulation equipment

If FeedA 001 Then OFF

This only shuts off equipment for feed mode A... you can modify it to feedB, feedC etc


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keepLearning
06/28/2017, 05:01 PM
How about some dumb questions before answering your questions.
1. Do you know which outlet controls which pump?
2. What do you mean by "I just can't figure out how to configure the feed modes"?

:-)

As the resident Apex idiot, I cannot figure out how to do something really simple. I'd like to be able to select feed mode A and shut off all of the pumps. I'd like to cancel it to turn all of the pumps back on again. Even if the all pumps off lasts for three hours, that's fine. I just can't figure out how to configure the feed modes.

Then again, I still have trouble figuring out which light switches control which lights in my house. Sorry for the dumb (but important) question.