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Won't pump water moves slow

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SOURCE: Aquabot is pushing out water but will not move to clean the pool

I am not sure if this is the manual that you are looking for, or not, but just in case. If you following the link below it will take to you the T2 User's Guide, with the trouble shooting.

http://www.i-love-my-aquabot-automatic-pool-cleaner.com/support-files/aquabot-turbo-t2-manual.pdf

According to the trouble shooting guide:
Pumps Water, but Does Not Move or Moves Slowly
1. Remove any foreign matter that may be obstructing Drive Tracks.
2. Check Drive Belts and Tracks. Make sure they have not slipped out of place and that they're not loose.
3. Observe Drive Pulley, if it is not moving contact Customer Service.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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SOURCE: aquabot goes in one direction

Find a looooong straight area and, starting from the Aquabot, hold the cord straight and straighten it out by letting the cord twist so it isn't all gnarled and twisted - move down the cord, always keeping one hand firmly on the end of the cord closest to the machine (to prevent it from re-twisting). You'll find that the cord will spin like a top as you get closer to the end. Once untangled, pull down on the metal rings under each end of the top floating handle (may require a pull and a slap against the handle). MAKE SURE THE HANDLE IS LOCKED IN A DIAGONAL POSITION.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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SOURCE: My Aquabot seems to have lost power...it moves

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I think you have a bad motor it would be better to have it checked on one of their centers or by a local technician to check if it has a serious problem or if it just needs some cleaning.

Posted on May 23, 2011

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