I've been battling copper issues in my 4 1/2 year old pool. Our pool has a natural gas heater and I suspect my copper problem may be related to the heater exchanger. My current setup flows water through the heater even when the heater is not in use.
That being said, I'm considering hiring someone to replumb my equipment in order to add valves that would completely bypass the heater in the summer time.
In the few times we actually heat the pool (spring), I could open the valves and direct the water flow thru the heater.
My question has to do with the logistics of this. I'm assuming whenever I bypass the heater, I should open up the winterizing plugs and remove all water from the heater. Otherwise, I wonder if the stale water in the heater would turn into a nasty mess.
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