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When I vacum the pool which position of the pomp need to be:filter? waiste,or backwash?

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When I vacuum the pool
Posted by lovepuppies3 on May 01, 2008
When I vacuum the pool which position of the pomp need to be: filter, waste, or backwash?

Hello,
This is not a question for the vacuum website, and I suggest that you check with an actual pool company because a vac dealer would not know the answer to the question, only a pool company would know. Sorry I could not help you this time.
Don – The Vac Man
Go Ahead. Use Us.

Posted on May 01, 2008

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