Question about Hayward EC-40 DE Pool Filter with pump
You have to change d. e. when your pressure starts to climb shortly after you bump the filter.what I found when you first open your pool at the start of the season and have some extra trash and dirt to vacume youwill have to change the d. e. a couple of times.just remember the first charge is 4 scoops and after that you only need 3 scoops since all of the d. e. doesn't come out .I find it helpful to bump the handel several times while you are draining d.e. out of the filter. hope this helps and have a great weekend.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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discharge gauge reading).
3) Air leak in suction (bubbles issuing from return fittings).
4) Pump operating underspeed (low voltage).
5) Plugged or restricted impeller.
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