Question about Pool & Spa
My neighbor had this same problem. His problem turned out to be that his 2 jets on the side of the pool had.... had the eyeballs removed unscrewed & lost ( most likely by kids metalling w/ them) This caused his entire piping system to not build up the proper back pressure it needed to drive his polaris. A simple trick to try would be to turn on your pumps & put you hand over one or both jets which will cause a build up of pressure & watch your cleaner to see if it climbs the walls like it should....of course if one or both you eyeballs are missing then there you go. Fixed my neighbors. It only cost him a case of Bud for my fix but he had already rebuilt both pumps & bought 3 different polaris's before I pointed out he had no eyeballs.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
Sounds like your impeller is clogged, you might be able to remove the pump basket and feel inside the impeller to see it it's impacted with debris. You may have to pull apart the pump to clean it thoroughly.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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