Just had my solar installed and trying to find the best settings for my pump. Pool is 10k gallons, single story house, sun trek solar system. Feed pipe goes up about 14' then over about 32' on the roof, back through 28' of panels, 10' of return then straight down about 14'. My usual pump setting for my Hayward ecostar VS pump is 50%. I have it split 50/50 between skimmer and vacuum. With this setting he vacuum moves good and water circulates good as well. Pressure on filter reads 4psi. If I leave it on 50% and turn solar on the pressure increases to 7psi, vacuum moves very very slow and water circulates very slow. You can watch the water flow through check valve so I know it's coming back just much slower. If I turn the pump to 75% the pressure is about 14psi. 100% and pressure is around 30%. What would be the best way to take full advantage of my new solar setup? 30 psi seems high especially to run for several hours a day.