Question about AquaVac Tigershark Plus Robotic Automatic In Ground Pool Cleaner
Hi I have a Tiger Shark for an in ground residential pool Model Number: 9950. The first year it worked fine then the second year it would not climb the walls so a new motor was put in. It now climbs the wall but it does not cover the whole pool. No matter where I start the cleaner, shallow or deep end it always ends up going back and forth over the same swath in the deep end and does not clean the shallow end.
I am not keen on going back to the dealer because the cost of repair is too high. For instance the new motor cost almost as much as a new device.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I the filter is not very clean the pump will not push hard enough to hold the tracks onto the walls. Try running without filter in a very clean pool for a few minutes to see if it solves the climb walls replace the filter and clean the unit
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
The first thing I would check is the swivels in the hose line. Make sure all of them spin, it not then replace that swivel. You may also want to check the length of the hose, if it was not adjusted to the proper length, this could be the issue also.
Another place to check is other reurn lines. If your pool has more than one return line, check to see if that line is shooting water across the top of the pool, if so, you may want to adjust the flow downward at on angle. The returning water may be stopping the hose and the unit from going to the shallow end.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
the tiger shark is designed to climb but you can adjust the weights to keep it down. check out http://www.aquavacsystems.com/Weights-and-Floats_ep_31-1.html
for more info and specs of your unit. good luck
The Pool Tech
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
The power supply powers on even when it doesn't output any voltage, so it's kind of misleading. You should have the power supply checked or you can do it yourself if you have a multi-meter, by measuring the output and making sure there is 24V.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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