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I can't see the whole table on 8ball pool, in the beginning it works

On the beginning it works and a few weeks ago i can 't see the right side of the table, i like the game but can't see the holes anymore so i stoped

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2 - If you have not already done so, slowly twist the top of your filter house to loosen it (do this while your unit is on but keep a tight grip on it...once the water pressure hits it, it can push it off completely). You should hear air escaping from the unit. Once water begins coming out, tighten the top back down. Removing the air should 'prime' your filter.

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