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    How to solve dead zone?

    Ive been trying to dial my returns to avoid dead zone with no success. On the shallow end where the returns are, theres always a collection of debris.

    Is there anything i can add to the existing returns to solve this?
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    Re: How to solve dead zone?

    Maybe, can you give us some pics?

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    Re: How to solve dead zone?

    here you go

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    Re: How to solve dead zone?

    In my opinion, no. Looks like predominant wind pushes stuff there, I see no skimmer. I have a near identical situation, where if one skimmer was six feet to the South, then this issue would be gone, or much, much better. I could be wrong, but that's what it looks like from here.
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