Hi there, First time post and first time pool owner. I have two questions
My pool pump kicked the bucket so I'm replacing it with a new one. I currently have a booster pump that I no longer use. It was previously used for a polaris cleaner. I now use a robotic pool cleaner.
Would there be any reason to keep the booster pump set up?
I have two lines that come from the pool: one from the skimmer and one from the main drain
I have two lines that go back:
1 line is split to 2 return inlets. I don't have access to the split
1 line is dedicated to the third inlet that was used for the polaris
If I remove the booster pump, what is the best way to attached the dedicated line to the other two return lines? I feel like this dedicated line would get alot more water flow than the other two return inlets because I would already have a split in the line before I got to the other two inlets. It feels like the former polaris inlet would get 50% of the water with the other two lines sharing the remaining 50%
Below are three images. One is of the proposed setup. The other two are of my current setup. The booster captures the water right after the chlorinator and sends it down the dedicated line (highlighted in yellow)
PossibleNewSetup.JPG pump setup.jpg booster-closeup.jpg