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    I have a pool service which takes care of my pool and spa weekly. I use a qualified specialist to work on problems, pool leaks, equipment malfunctions etc but I (being a retired engineer) can also diagnose controls problems, which I am starting to have with my aging equipment. I find the forums helpful when researching ways to solve my specific problems.
    Bradenton Florida, In Ground Kidney Shape - pebbletech, ~20,000 Gallons. 3ft - 6ft, Separate In Ground SPA - both Chlorine, Two speed pump for SPA - Single speed pump for pool, EXCLUSIVE OR switching on heater - set to heat SPA only (manual valves) - alternatively can heat pool, Pentair MiniMax NT pool heater (Natural Gas)
    Hayward Controls with AquaPod; Pool installed 2005, SPA 2007

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    Re: Maintaining aging pool equipment

    Welcome to the forum and enjoy.
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    Re: Maintaining aging pool equipment

    HI to another FL person! Is that a great dane in your pic?

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    Re: Maintaining aging pool equipment

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    Re: Maintaining aging pool equipment

    It's a Doberman.
    Bradenton Florida, In Ground Kidney Shape - pebbletech, ~20,000 Gallons. 3ft - 6ft, Separate In Ground SPA - both Chlorine, Two speed pump for SPA - Single speed pump for pool, EXCLUSIVE OR switching on heater - set to heat SPA only (manual valves) - alternatively can heat pool, Pentair MiniMax NT pool heater (Natural Gas)
    Hayward Controls with AquaPod; Pool installed 2005, SPA 2007

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    Re: Maintaining aging pool equipment

    Welcome to TFP.
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