I often get calls from people having a problem where their Aqua Rite system is reading a different salt level than manual testing. The first thing to do is to remove the cell and check the blades inside for buildup. If there is buildup follow the procedure for cleaning the cell outlined in How To
Customers often ask me what they can do to extend the life of their salt cells and chlorine generator systems. Following these four easy guidelines will help extend the life of your cell and save you a bundle of money on replacements. Keep An Eye on It. Once a week just take a glance at
So, you’ve either just installed a brand new pool or you’re thinking of converting from traditional chlorine sanitization to a salt chlorine generator. Where do you begin? What products do you need to get started, and how do you maintain your pool once it’s up and running? Don’t fret; I’m here to get rid of
In this video, we show you just how easy it is to change out your Goldline Turbocell with a Compupool Turbo Cell Replacement. This replacement cell fits directly into the same plumbing as the Turbocell and works just as well.
Watch our video to see a round above ground pool is installed, then read our blog, complete with quick tips, special considerations and professional advice to help get your pool set up easily.
Today we’re going to install the Polaris 360 Pool Cleaner; much like the other Polaris cleaners, we can have the Polaris 360 up and running in just a few steps. In our in-ground swimming pool we need have a dedicated return line with a 1-1/2” female fitting. If you don’t have a dedicated refer line please refer to your manual on page 5. The first step is to flush out the return line by turning the pump on for a minute and then turn it off. The next step is to install the universal wall fitting (UWF) by disconnecting it from the quick connect and screw it on to the fitting. The third step is to reattach the quick disconnect by inserting it into UWF, turn it clockwise and pull.
Your pool pump is a crucial component of your filtration system, and most people think that the more horsepower the better. This is not true; if you have a properly sized pump you will avoid excess wear on your other equipment and avoid wasting electricity.
There are many fears and apprehensions when doing any repair project. That is especially true when you’re faced with needing to replace parts for your hot tub or spa. The task can appear somewhat daunting and intimidating for any novice hot tub or spa owner. While some projects are more difficult than others, some are simple and can easily be accomplished by anyone. In this guide, we are going to walk you through the simple steps of replacing a heater element in a flow-through heater.
At the start of a new swim season, it is a good idea to inspect all your pool equipment, plumbing and if you have an above ground pool; the liner. A solid liner is critical to your pool and should be inspected every year at least. If you determine that you do in fact need to replace your pool liner, we have prepared a helpful guide on getting started and replacing your liner. Drain the Pool The first thing you need to do is drain the pool, this can be done in a few different ways and varies depending on the pool. You can use a sump pump or can use your pool vacuum and turn your pump to waste and it should start pumping out the water.