Question about Aquabot Turbo T2 In - Ground Pool Cleaner
Do the drive belts go on both sides of the Aquabot T2? How do I determine the drive side to place the belts on?
The T2 has one set of belts and a single drive motor. Since one side must be rotating to be moving in a circle, we can then assume that the motor and belts are not the issue here. The two halves of the brushes are connected by a mechanism that allows them to turn independently of the other half. They can rotate about 3 times before they “lock” and act as it were one (not split) brush. This “slippage” is how the cleaner turns. Make sure that they do lock by manually rotating one side. If not, you will need new brush/wheel tubes.
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Aquabot Parts and Repair
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
My aquabot pool cleaner seems to run just fine, but no real suction, any have any ideas
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
The t2 has 2 sets of drive belts and 2 motors...could be the belts, could be the motor
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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