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I own a RoboKleen above groung pool cleaning system. Last fall before I winterized the pool, the unit quit working. I found that the fuse had blown on the power unit. I replaced it and it blew another fuse. I then winterized the pool and forgot about it. Now I have opened the pool and remembered that I have an issue with this power unit. Do you have any advice as to repairing the power unit?

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Look for a short in your motor wiring. Most likely a loose wire is touching metal somewhere inside your unit. You may consider replacing the power unit because it might be cheaper then repairing it. Click on the link below to order a replacement:

http://www.dolphinpoolcleaner.org/replacement_parts.htm

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

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