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12/16/2018
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What tools are needed for installation?

All pool units require a screwdriver and pipe wrench along with teflon tape or pipe thread sealant and/or… Read More

12/16/2018
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What installation parts are not included?

A check valve is recommended to prevent chlorinated water from backing up into the heater when the pump… Read More

12/16/2018
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Can I install an off-line unit in-line?

No. The off-line unit has a diverter built in that will create too much restriction if installed in-line.

12/16/2018
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Can I install an above ground unit on an in ground pool?

Yes, up to 25,000 gallons. See the installation options in the above ground manual.

12/16/2018
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Can I use teflon tape to install?

Teflon tape may only be used only on our above ground units. Pipe thread sealant should be used… Read More

12/16/2018
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How far should the cycler be installed from the heater?

Always install the chemical system last in the order of equipment, so it is the closest to the… Read More

12/16/2018
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How far should the cycler be installed from the heater?

Always install the chemical system last in the order of equipment, so it is the closest to the… Read More

12/16/2018
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Do I need a check valve?

The check valve should be considered if a heater is installed to protect it from chlorine backwash when… Read More

12/16/2018
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What should my back pressure be?

Ideal back pressure is 4-8 psi. Simply adjust the eyeball fitting in the return jet to a smaller… Read More

12/16/2018
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When would a special installation be required?

When water flow is higher than 80 gpm, an in-floor cleaner is installed, the pool and spa share… Read More