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Thread: New Pool Owner - Learning a good deal

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    Mar 2016
    Fort Worth, Texas

    Talking New Pool Owner - Learning a good deal

    Thank you for putting together a great resource. I recently purchased a home with an in ground pool and spa.
    After spending some time with the repair technicians we have been fully operation for a few months.

    The following issue was my driver for looking for an online resource.

    I have an Easy Touch remote for my pool / spa. The batteries were getting low so I decided to change them.
    Now, my remote won't even power up. The batteries are installed with the correctly. All I get is a brief flash
    of the green lights next to the buttons. Has anyone seen this before? If so, what do I need to do in order to
    correct this?

    Thank you.


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    Feb 2014
    Central Minnesota

    Re: New Pool Owner - Learning a good deal

    I've seen issues in other devices with specific brands of batteries, specifically some issues with Duracell batteries in some remote devices. I would try another brand if possible.

    Otherwise, I'm not sure, perhaps this bump will get it another look.
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