Question about Polaris 380 In Ground Pool Cleaner
Check several things if these pool cleaners stop moving. Check the filter screen in the in-line filter and clean, if necessary. Clean the skimmer basket, pump basket, and pool filter. Check all of the hoses,
connections, and swivels for leaks that could cause loss of water pressure. Make sure that your wheel RPM is between 28 and 32. Adjust your thrust if necessary to get RPM to that level.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
Be sure and remove the top cover and check that the drive gear feed lines (water lines) have not come loose. I had one come loose and the sweep barely moved at all. Put in back on and the sweep ran like new.
Posted on Sep 30, 2012
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