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Aquatemp heat pump for swimming pool showing ( or ) fault

The X5 controller is showing OR fault

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SOURCE: How to Clean Pump Strainer basket

Turn the swimming pool pump off and wait for the water to drain from the strainer basket. You want to make sure that the pump is completely off before you proceed. Remove the screws or any items securing the lid of the strainer basket. Open the lid and pull out the strainer basket. Vacuum the strainer basket or scoop out any debris. You may want to run clear water through the basket to ensure you removed all debris. Feel toward the impeller and remove any clogs or obstructions preventing the impeller from working properly. Check the o-ring under the cover of the pump strainer housing. You may need to use a silicon lubricant to ensure a water-tight seal. Put the strainer basket back into the pump strainer housing and pour some water into the basket. Replace the lid and secure it in place. Turn the swimming pool pump on and check for proper pressure. If your pressure doesn't register, you may need to troubleshoot to find the problem.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: outdoor pool temperature

We usually heat ours to around 85?F. In fact, in the summer, we consider our pool cool if it stays below 90?F (where we live a 115?F is normal).

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Swimming pool cleaning robot doesn't move

Sound like your filter is dirty. Try backwashing if you have a sand filter, or clean your cartridges if that's what you have. A dirty filter will reduce water flow, which in turn affects the Nav.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Need help installing filter pump model 635 for my swimming pool

Just go to the Intex Corp link below. Choose the appropriate pool and/or pump. At the bottom of the page you will see a link for instructional manuals and videos. Hope that helps.

http://www.intexstore.com/ProductList.aspx?categoryID=30

Oh yeah, by the way...you may want to start looking around for another pump for that pool if you plan on using it more than a year. I have had mine for 3 years and I spend more time in the pool vacumming than I do in the house!! The 635 pump is not strong enough for the 18x52 pool nor does it filter out fine silt and sand...it sucks it up and spits it right back into the pool thru the return. Good luck to you

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Intex Easy Set 530 Gallon swimming pool filter

You will need to go to the manufacturing web site and get a new seal for the pump.They cost some where around $1.00 to $2.00.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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