Question about Pool & Spa
When, at the time pump turns off?
or... When everything has been off for a while, and there is no more water in the pump? Or another words, loses prime during off time?
check for air leaks on pressure side of pump. If there is an air leak on suction side of pump, then the filter canister will build up air within it, and while the pump is on it is compressing the air, just like an air compressor, in the filter tank. And then at the time the pump turns off all the water will be blown back the way it came, because of the pressure that was developed and built up in the filter tank! If this is the case, locate that section leak on the suction side of the pump... Check all union connections, for bad seals/orings, or threaded connections for a bad Teflon tape or silicone sealant connection, etc. etc. any point of entry for air to get into the plumbing system is not good.
Posted on Mar 30, 2015
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