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Just spins around and around. It stays at the bottom and just spins in circles.

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Hose problems are common with these pool cleaners, and this is likely your problem. The hoses have been redesigned, but if you have a model older than this season, you are likely having hose problems. You can either replace the hose or attempt to straighten it. Lay the hose out in the grass (slightly stretched) and let it sit in the sun for several hours. It should help remold any kinks or bends. Do not store the hose for this cleaner in a coiled position, since that will make the problem worse.

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  • dudy36 Aug 02, 2011

    I had this problem and did the following fix. I removed the cover and unscrewed the front piece which then allowed me to pull up the manifold. I took the end caps off the piston cylinders and lubricated the inside with water proof grease. Put it back together and it ran like new!

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