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Thread: Any thoughts on what a 220V circuit labeled "Sweeper" might be?

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    Any thoughts on what a 220V circuit labeled "Sweeper" might be?

    I have a 15A 220V breaker right next to the breaker for the pump, and it's labeled "Sweep." It doesn't appear to control anything that I can tell, but since it's 220V I'm assuming it is/was pool related. I was thinking maybe it was for a booster pump or something, but there's no plumbing on the pad to support it ... unless a 1-inch line could have been for that. There is a 1-inch line that is cut off at the concrete pad and I have no idea what it was for.
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    Re: Any thoughts on what a 220V circuit labeled "Sweeper" might be?

    It was probably for a pump to run a pressure side cleaner. Yes, a 1" line is common for that. There is a pic of mine in my build thread in sig below.
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