I have a jandy filter that is six years old it is leaking and the company that installed my pool and equipment said the entire jandy filter needed to be replaced. is it possible to repair the leaking vs replacing the entire filter
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it's tight to turn because spider gasket is not correct size , if correct new old stock gasket cant be found then entire body of muliport valve needs to be replaced with modern equivelent
this will involve draining down water from entire filter section as glue needed to install doesnt like wet pipes too much and wont stick well leading to leaks , if your not 100%comfortable in doing this your self then a trusted pool service co needs be contacted ,plus who knows maybe they got the org gasket you need?
make sure batteries are good if good make sure closer of pool reconnecter red 4 pin connector also they come programmed on channel 5 if you need to change chnnel its in your book if you dont have book go to zodiac web site for manual
It sounds like there is a leak in your system. The condensation tube is to drain off the water because one of the byproduct of combustion is water and it condenses on the heat exchanger. Since it is only 4 years old it might be under warrantee for this issue. The problem might be simple but could be very expensive if the heat exchanger has a leak.
probably not...usually, this is just a dirty filter...i f that's clean, then try cleaning the propulsion jets w/a paper clip...also, if you've modified/cut away any hose over the years, that can screw up the geometry too and cause circling...also, check for lineleaks and overall pressure (~20psi usually, go higher if needed to avoid circling), and be sure the backup valve turns off when not backing up...if overall pressure is too low due to leaks, etc., it will circle.
Hi .. If ypou are gtetting air in the basket, then ytou have a leak somewhere in the system. start by closing off the skimmer, bottom, cleaner one at a time and see when the air stops gettingt in. Is there enough water level to cover the skimmer? have you checked the seal on the strainer at the pump? you might be able top hear hissing if it is at the pump.