Question about Hayward SAND FILTER, PRO SERIES
It could be any of the following.
1. If you recently added sand into the filter Sand might have been poured in to the standpipe when being added to the tank.
2. A broken or worn out lateral . (One of the slotted tubes) on the bottom of the tank that water passes through on it way back to the pool. A lateral acts as a strainer keeping the sand in, lets the water out.
3.. A cracked standpipe the tube that sits in the tank, connects into the filter head
4. Filter head O-ring maybe dislodged. It's located where stand pipe connects, to the filter head inside the head.
5.. The hoses on the filter maybe hooked up backwards. The hose going from filter to pump may be connected from filter to pool.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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