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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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5 - Start saving up. As soon as you are able, purchase a Sand Filter & a Saltwater Chlorine Generator/Saltwater System. I don't know how big your pool is, but mine is 18' x 4' and holds approximately 6000 gallons. The first 3 years I had it, my children & I spent more time cleaning it than swimming in it - literally. (Once we'd shock it, we had to wait 24 hours to swim. By then, it needed a clarifier or ph + or - :-( ) My mom kept telling me that people she worked with had converted to saltwater & were just loving it. I thought that sounded like some sort of lengthy & expensive process & was leary. In the meantime, my sister-in-law was given a sand filter & she raved about what a great difference it made. I began checking online & ebay had the best prices (by far) on the sand filters, but they were still going for about $300 so I waited. My local Wal-Mart had the saltwater chlorinator for $199. It was hard for me to justify paying $500 to convert the pool (especially since I'd gotten the pool at Sam's for only $300 to begin with! Finally, though, I got so sick of having a pool we couldn't enjoy, I did it. I won an auction on a sand filter on ebay for right under $300 and a chlorinator fro $115. I got them in within a couple of days of one another & hooked them up. I got the sand at Lowe's for about $7 & the salt (also at Lowe's) for about $5. I put in the salt & stirred it around with the skimmer-pole. The directions said to wait about 24 hours for the salt to dissolve, but my pool was green & I was tired of waiting so after about 3 hours, I turned on the filter. I let it run for about 5 minutes then turned on & programmed the saltwater chlorinator to operate for 12 hours. That was about 5pm. By the next morning, the water was as clear as when I'd first filled it up. WooHoo!!! That was over 1 year ago & I've just now added my second 40lb bag of salt. Water is still clear - well worth the investment! The only thing I would recommend doing differently is the way I got the saltwater chlorinator. I recommend paying the little extra to get a new one. The one I got off ebay was great - but it only worked for one season. For no apparant reason, about a week ago, I found the power off & could not get it to power on. Wal-Mart has them for $169 this year. Don't know if you have Atwoods where you live, but I just got my new one there for $159. I didn't even hesitate this time...I knew it was more than worth it. No more filter cartriges, no more shock, no more clarifier, no more ph -, no more ph+, no more green water...just a lot more fun in the pool!
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