My pool equipment is an unusual setup. I am not responsible as it came with the house. I have two pumps, one for the solar panels and one for the sand filter. The pump for the solar recently failed. My question is.. should I just replace the failed pump motor or is my other motor sufficient to filter the pool and push water through two 5 x 3 ft solar panels that are about 9 feet above the ground? I have a 10k gallon pool. Or should I get a new variable speed pump to do the job of the two pumps. Attached are some photos of my setup. The Sta-rite pump failed. The Century 3/4 HP is the filter pump. Between the solar panels and the pump is a Hayward actuator valve and the solar system is controlled separately by a Hayward Aqua solar GL-235. The rest of the system is controlled by a jandy Aqualink RS. I think most of the pvc pipe is 3 inch. Not sure why the two separate systems but probably to save money at the time. I would prefer to be able to operate the solar through the Jandy system but haven't figured out how to do that yet. I would appreciate any advice. My other equipment includes a pentair Triton II sand filter, Jandy AE-Ti heat pump and Polaris booster. Thanks!
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