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    Question End of Season - What to do with pump?

    Hi Guys,

    Weather is starting to take a turn in the UK so am draining the pool with the intention of putting it away dry before the rain comes .

    What do I need to do to my pump/filter to be able to put it away?? Clearly at the moment its full of water. I assume I need to do something to get the water out ?? I have already removed the pipes from the pool.

    All help appreciated, Thanks
    Intex Ultra Frame 24'x12'x52" (8403 gallons). Intex SandFilter SF20220R (10030 liters/hr (2650 gallons/hr)) with glass media , Geobubble Sol Guard 500 Cover, 4x Athena Sun Domes

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    Re: End of Season - What to do with pump?

    Check out your owner's manual for detailed instructions.

    Long Term Storage; Maintenance - Intex SF20220R Owner's Manual [Page 25]
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    Re: End of Season - What to do with pump?

    Thankyou
    Intex Ultra Frame 24'x12'x52" (8403 gallons). Intex SandFilter SF20220R (10030 liters/hr (2650 gallons/hr)) with glass media , Geobubble Sol Guard 500 Cover, 4x Athena Sun Domes

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