So, I was all excited last night to install a new liquid filled pressure gauge on my filter (yeah, it's the little things in life...). I removed the old gauge and had a little stream of water coming out, so I thought I'd be smart and just move the filter selector valve to 'closed' while I put in the new gauge. Worked great, until this morning when I noticed my water level was below the wall skimmer. Turns out I ran the pump all night with the valve closed, and sometime along the way, the hose from the pump to the selector valve unseated itself from the selector valve, and thus I pumped water out of my pool until it went below the skimmer.
Any suggestions as to what I should inspect for damage from my brilliant maneuver? I am assuming that the pump pressurized the hose from the pump to the valve body and eventually caused it to pop off. I've inspected the valve body, and I don't see any cracks where the hose threads in.