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You need to get all air out of 'vac' pipe before starting to 'vac'.

Best way is to start with 'vac' end - place in pool and push to bottom - let rest of hose follow - keeping hose under water (as much as possible )

** sorry if you are doing this all-ready.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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