If Time > 00:00 Then SKM ON

If Time > 00:00 Then HT1 OFF

If Time > 00:00 Then HT2 OFF

If Time > 00:00 Then ALM OFF

If Time > 14:00 Then ALM ON

If Time > 14:05 Then ALM OFF

If Time > 09:00 Then MH1 ON

If Time > 21:00 Then MH1 OFF

If Time > 11:30 Then MH2 ON

If Time > 22:00 Then MH2 OFF

If Time > 09:30 Then MH3 ON

If Time > 21:30 Then MH3 OFF

If Temp < 65.0 Then MH1 OFF

If Temp < 65.0 Then MH2 OFF

If Temp < 65.0 Then MH3 OFF

If Temp > RT+3.0 Then MH2 OFF

Max Change 030 M Then MH2 OFF

If Temp < RT+-0.5 Then HT1 ON

If Temp < 65.0 Then HT1 OFF

If Temp > RT+0.0 Then HT1 OFF

Max Change 005 M Then HT1 OFF

If Temp < RT+-1.0 Then HT2 ON

If Temp < 65.0 Then HT2 OFF

If Temp > RT+0.0 Then HT2 OFF

Max Change 005 M Then HT2 OFF

If Temp > RT+0.5 Then FN1 ON

If Temp < RT+-0.5 Then FN1 OFF

Max Change 005 M Then FN1 OFF

If Temp > RT+1.0 Then FN2 ON

If Temp < RT+0.0 Then FN2 OFF

Max Change 005 M Then FN2 OFF

If pH > 08.50 Then KLK OFF

If Time > 02:00 Then KAL ON

If Time > 02:15 Then KAL OFF

If Time > 14:00 Then KAL ON

If Time > 14:15 Then KAL OFF

If Temp > RT+3.0 Then ALM ON

If Temp < RT+-3.0 Then ALM ON

If pH > 08.50 Then ALM ON

If pH < 07.80 Then ALM ON

If ORP > 420 Then ALM ON

If ORP < 200 Then ALM ON

If Power Fail Then ALM ON

MH1$-B1 (MH 1)

MH2$-B2 (MH 2)

MH3$-B3 (MH 3)

FN1%-A5 (cooling fan 1)

FN2%-A7 (cooling fan 2)

KAL#-A1 (kalk reactor powerhead)

HT1%-A2 (heater 1)

HT2%-A3 (heater 2)

SKM#-A4 (skimmer)

KLK&-A6 (water feed through kalk reactor)

ALM&-J13 (alarm - no audible alarm hooked up)

I have the season table set to 000:00:00 long 00:00:00 lat.

Here's the strange part. When I was running this program. Reported temps spiked. The AC was reporting 100 degree plus temps when the reality was 79 degrees (as reported by two mercury thermometers as well as a Radio Shack digital thermometer). Ehrn I deleted the above prgram and replaced it with the original program, reported temps went back to normal.

What did I do wrong?

By way of background, I am only currently using A1-8 on a DC 8. I'm going to wait till I'm more comfortable with the unit before I get a DC4 for the halides.