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Thread: Pool Pump Replacement Decision

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    Aug 2015
    Raleigh, NC

    Lightbulb Pool Pump Replacement Decision

    My pool pump died at the end of last summer. Rather than replacing it at that time, I decided to simply winterize and close the pool hoping the Spring time would bring some savings.

    My current pump is 1.5 HP with a SF of 1. I would really like to switch to a variable speed pool pump and would like to get feedback from people on a good quality variable speed pump that can meet my needs.

    This link provides pictures of all my pool equipment.

    Thanks for your help!
    Jay O
    As green as they get about pools
    Approximately 2,300 ft3of water

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    DFW, TX

    Re: Pool Pump Replacement Decision

    Here is a great, energy efficient VS pump. I have the 3 hp version and love it.

    Pentair SuperFlo VS Pump 342001 | Pentair 342001
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