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My Ray Vac is also floating in a nose dive position. I ajusted flow valve, speed,cleaned filters and nothing works Please help

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  • frevi Jan 31, 2010

    That's not the problem . I took the head apart and there's no cracks inside

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You have a head float inside the head that has probally cracked and filled with water. You can take this apart yourself or your pool store will probally do this for you for just the price of the part. Then they can look over the whole thing for you. Just remove the head and bring it into the store. Good luck.

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  • Kieran Ruppert Jan 31, 2010

    You probally won't see any cracks but if you pull the float and shake it can you hear any water. If that's not it I'm lost without more info.

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